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custom 34
customs 23
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   Title, Canon
1 4,67 | observed,~every contrary custom being reprobated unless 2 4,92 | presides. 3. It is to be the custom for the patriarch to visit~ 3 6,163 | Canon 163~It should be the custom for the metropolitan to 4 7,230 | or determined by lawful custom and which~is to be taken 5 7,302 | eparchial bishop or lawful~custom; the parochial vicar has 6 10,343 | formed in their own rite. Any custom to the contrary~is reprobated.~ 7 12,505 | founder or in virtue of lawful custom, under~the direction of 8 12,538 | the statutes and~lawful custom. 2. The superiors shall 9 16,686 | according to legitimate custom. 2. ~The pastor is to see 10 16,708 | established by a most praiseworthy custom or by particular law of 11 16,715 | according to the approved custom of~the Church. 2. It is 12 16,715 | thus established by lawful custom, to receive offerings for 13 16,737 | Churches in which it is the~custom that the sacrament of anointing 14 16,737 | it is~possible that this custom is preserved.~ 15 16,764 | established by particular law; custom introducing a new impediment 16 16,793 | Canon 793~A custom which introduces a new impediment 17 20,954 | determinate, any contrary custom being reprobated. 2. Conditions~ 18 23,1029| according to legitimate~custom.~ 19 23,1031| own hierarch; any~contrary custom is reprobated. 2. An administrator 20 27,1402| Canon 1402~1. Every contrary custom being reprobated, a canonical 21 29 | TITLE 29~Law, Custom, and Administrative Acts~ 22 29,1501| universal or particular law or a custom is lacking in some particular~ 23 29,1501| holy fathers, legitimate custom, the general principles 24 29,1507| Canon 1506~1. The custom of the Christian community, 25 29,1507| the force of law. 2. No custom can in any way derogate~ 26 29,1508| Canon 1507~1. Only that custom can have the force of law 27 29,1508| determined by law. 2. A custom which~is expressly reprobated 28 29,1508| not a reasonable one. 3. A~custom contrary to the current 29 29,1508| centenary or immemorial custom can prevail~over a canon 30 29,1508| legislator can approve a~custom as legitimate by his consent, 31 29,1509| Canon 1508~Custom is the best interpreter 32 29,1510| Canon 1509~A custom, whether it is contrary 33 29,1510| is revoked by a contrary custom or law; however, unless~ 34 29,1516| to a law or an approved custom, unless~the competent authority


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