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prerogatives 3
presanctified 1
presbyter 24
presbyteral 31
presbyterate 11
presbyters 30
prescribe 2
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32 therefore
31 delegated
31 monasteries
31 presbyteral
31 presumed
31 priests
31 prior

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presbyteral

   Title, Canon
1 7,183 | who is senior according to presbyteral ordination. If no one precedes 2 7,183 | one precedes the others in~presbyteral ordination, the one who 3 7,236 | after he has consulted the presbyteral council.~ 4 7,238 | 7) the members of the presbyteral council and some~delegates 5 7,264 | Canon 264~A presbyteral council must be established 6 7,265 | Canon 265~The presbyteral council is to have its own 7 7,266 | the constitution of~the presbyteral council: (1) an appropriate 8 7,267 | electing the members of the presbyteral council the following have 9 7,268 | electing members to the presbyteral council is to~be determined 10 7,269 | eparchial bishop to convoke the presbyteral council, to preside over 11 7,269 | eparchial bishop is to hear the presbyteral council in~matters of greater 12 7,269 | governs, in these cases the presbyteral council~need only be consulted. 13 7,269 | only be consulted. 3. The presbyteral council can never~act without 14 7,270 | 270~1. The members of the presbyteral council are to be designated~ 15 7,270 | eparchial see is vacant the presbyteral council ceases~and its functions 16 7,270 | bishop must establish a new presbyteral~council. 3. If the presbyteral 17 7,270 | presbyteral~council. 3. If the presbyteral council is no longer fulfilling~ 18 7,270 | he must establish a new presbyteral council within~a year.~ 19 7,271 | appointment, are members of the presbyteral council. 5. The eparchial 20 7,276 | bishop, after consulting the presbyteral council, to establish,~change 21 7,280 | bishop, having consulted~the presbyteral council, it is expedient, 22 7,280 | parishes after~consulting the presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established~ 23 7,282 | eparchy, after consulting the presbyteral council, and with the consent 24 7,291 | competent, after consulting the~presbyteral council, to establish regulations 25 7,300 | vicars, the one senior in presbyteral ordination; and~if there 26 8,319 | the eparchial curia, the presbyteral council, the college of~ 27 8,319 | among the members of the presbyteral council insofar as possible~ 28 8,320 | to the pastor~senior by presbyteral ordination. 2. He who comes 29 16,873 | having consulted with the~presbyteral council, and with the consent 30 26,1391| selected~for this by the presbyteral council after their being 31 27,1459| has conferred diaconal or presbyteral ordination upon someone


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