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   Title, Canon
1 1,7 | their own manner; they are~called, in accordance with the 2 1,20 | faithful since they are called by baptism to lead a~life 3 2,27 | recognizes as sui iuris is called in this Code~a Church sui 4 4,102 | 1433 and 1434, must be called to the synod of~bishops 5 4,104 | All bishops legitimately called to the synod of bishops 6 6,164 | council of hierarchs must be called all and only~ordained bishops 7 6,165 | 1. All bishops lawfully called to the council of hierarchs 8 7,179 | exercise or exercised, are called titular bishops.~ 9 7,215 | auxiliary bishop, who are called to share in~the concerns 10 7,253 | reputation of a cleric can be called into question.~ 11 10,323 | 1. Clerics, who are also called sacred ministers, are Christian~ 12 10,327 | minor orders, generally called minor clerics, are admitted 13 10,329 | that boys and young people called by the Lord through the 14 10,331 | though they do not seem to be called to the clerical state, can~ 15 12,436 | monasteries,~among which some are called filial if, according to 16 12,436 | iuris; otherwise they are~called subsidiary. 2. For the valid 17 12,500 | absent, others are to be called in~accordance with the typicon 18 12,505 | order or a congregation is called clerical when, on account 19 13,573 | persons in the Church and are called public associations. ~2. 20 13,573 | ecclesiastical authority, are called private associations; these 21 16,668 | authority of the Church, is called public; if not,~it is called 22 16,668 | called public; if not,~it is called private. 2. For the regulation 23 16,832 | is possible~he is to be called so that he can bless the 24 19,909 | seventh year a minor is called an infant and is~held to 25 19,911 | Canon 911~A person is called a traveler (peregrinus) 26 19,912 | there permanently unless called~away, or has been protracted 27 19,912 | least three months, unless called away, or has in fact been 28 24,1059| that the Roman~Pontiff has called the case to himself.~ 29 24,1060| other cases which he has~called to his own judgment. 2. 30 24,1121| peremptory exceptions which are called litis finitae~must be proposed 31 24,1139| in which a public good is called into~question, except for 32 25,1195| however, the parties are to be~called together by the judge to 33 28,1469| a different~decision is called for. 3. Before he decides


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