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   Title, Canon
1 4,87 | Canon 87~As long as provision is made for 2 4,121 | the permanent synod for as long as the reason~continues.~ 3 7,204 | or interrupted~month, so long as the precaution is taken 4 7,292 | him to reside elsewhere so long as~the parochial ministry 5 7,306 | statutes of foundation and as long~as, in the judgment of the 6 10,350 | Christian spirit. ~4. As long as the unity which Christ 7 10,361 | severe lack of clergy, so long as he is~prepared and suitable 8 12,514 | members shall not stay for too long~time in the office of superior 9 12,529 | of the major superior, as long as the change is not in~ 10 14,591 | young Churches abound before long in native clerics;~(2) catechists 11 16,720 | own, they are forced for a long time to be deprived of~sacramental 12 16,794 | for a serious cause and as long as that~cause exists. 2. 13 16,801 | it to be declared null as~long as the doubt exists. 3. 14 16,822 | vitiate matrimonial consent so long as~it does not determine 15 16,829 | possession of office and as~long as they legitimately hold 16 16,829 | anywhere in the world, as long as at least one of the parties 17 16,830 | Canon 830~1. As long as they legitimately hold 18 16,832 | the danger of death, as long as it is~prudently foreseen 19 16,833 | ask for the blessing as long as nothing stands in~the 20 16,873 | concerning the church, and as long as the~good of souls is 21 16,876 | against their will and as long as the proper~minister is 22 16,892 | suspend its~obligation for as long as its fulfillment would 23 20,970 | by the one resigning as long as it has not yet been accepted. 24 23,1052| established in the eparchy, for as long as this~diminishment of 25 25,1265| established by the law itself as long as they arise~from a certain 26 25,1273| prolonged through rather long and unnecessary delays. 27 25,1327| mentioned above do not expire as long as the injured~person is 28 26,1383| of a~spouse, even for a long time, is insufficient. 3. 29 27,1402| cann. 1486 and 1487, as long as it is~not a case of a 30 27,1403| promoter of justice, as long as in the judgment~of the 31 27,1409| heretofore by an upright life, as long as the need to~repair scandal 32 27,1415| established in law or precept, as long as~there is still an offense. 33 28,1486| without~this procedure so long as they have been accepted 34 29,1491| of their own territory as long as they are~absent from 35 29,1496| hierarch can dispense so long as the dispensation is usually


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