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   Title, Canon
1 2,29 | both parents by agreement freely request it, with due regard 2 2,30 | fourteenth year of~age can freely select any Church sui iuris 3 2,33 | marriage has~ended, she can freely return to the original Church 4 3,43 | Church which he can always freely exercise.~ 5 3,44 | he makes the resignation freely and that it be duly manifested, 6 3,50 | been~initiated or has been freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff 7 3,54 | another manner, initiated or freely~accepted by the Roman Pontiff, 8 4,123 | be applied; he can also freely remove these notaries from 9 7,183 | proceed. 2. The~bishops are freely to elect the one whom before 10 7,247 | protosyncellus and the syncelli are freely appointed by~the eparchial 11 7,247 | eparchial bishop and can freely be removed by him without~ 12 7,255 | and other notaries can be freely removed from office by the 13 7,266 | the eparchial bishop to freely appoint~other members.~ 14 7,271 | eparchial consultors are freely appointed~by the eparchial 15 7,284 | the eparchial~bishop, who freely names them. 2. To entrust 16 7,301 | 3. The eparchial~bishop freely names a parochial vicar, 17 10,329 | through the Holy~Spirit can freely hear and willingly respond 18 10,339 | rector; the students can also freely request as a spiritual father 19 12,461 | Canon 461~1. A novice can freely leave the monastery sui 20 12,473 | exercises of piety; (2) can freely and often approach spiritual~ 21 12,512 | but even~every member can freely send his or her wishes to 22 12,525 | and they are to dispose freely of their use and usufruct.~ 23 12,530 | profession the member~shall freely make a last will which also 24 12,546 | temporarily professed may freely leave the order or congregation 25 14,593 | evangelization. 2. They are to freely~cooperate according to can. 26 15,651 | in particular to publish freely~written materials. 2. All 27 16,716 | individual priests should also freely celebrate the Divine Liturgy 28 16,738 | 738~The Christian faithful freely receive anointing of the 29 16,761 | same of his own accord~and freely and that he is to be perpetually 30 16,806 | marriage, unless~the person freely chooses marriage after having 31 20,947 | successively is to make provision freely for the vacant office. 2. 32 23,1043| natural or canon law can freely dispose of their goods can 33 24,1139| Canon 1139~1. A party can freely appoint a personal procurator 34 24,1165| are unable to dispose~of freely. 2. But there can be a settlement


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