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29 non-catholic
29 removed
29 unity
28 acquired
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   Title, Canon
1 4,122 | the tenure he cannot be removed by the patriarch without 2 7,182 | of the candidate is to be removed from the list.~ 3 7,247 | bishop and can freely be removed by him without~prejudice 4 7,255 | other notaries can be freely removed from office by the eparchial 5 7,259 | locked, which cannot be removed from the~place, and in which 6 7,260 | Documents are not to be removed from the secret~archive 7 7,262 | particular law; he is not to be removed during his~term of office 8 7,278 | the~Church are not lost or removed. 4. The protopresbyter is 9 7,303 | The parochial vicar can be removed by the eparchial bishop 10 8,314 | the patriarch~cannot be removed from office except with 11 12,514 | has elapsed they can be removed from office, or be transferred 12 16,701 | principal celebrant, having removed any liturgical syncretism~ 13 16,707 | a just~cause and having removed any astonishment on the 14 20,974 | Canon 974~1. A person is removed from office either by a 15 20,975 | law, a person cannot be~removed from an office conferred 16 20,975 | authority, that person can be removed from~office for a cause 17 20,976 | Canon 976~1. One is removed from an ecclesiastical office 18 20,977 | Canon 977~If a person is removed from office which is the 19 24,1063| defenders of the bond cannot be removed from~office except by the 20 24,1088| eparchial see, they cannot be removed, but remain in office until~ 21 24,1100| cases; they can, however, be removed by the eparchial~bishop 22 25,1246| to be~testified to are so removed from memory that unless 23 25,1283| fraud or subordination is removed; (3) in all~cases, whenever 24 26,1389| fault of~his own, he can be removed from the parish by the eparchial~ 25 26,1390| pastor can be legitimately removed from~his parish are especially 26 26,1391| manner of religious can~be removed either at the discretion 27 26,1394| or~not the pastor must be removed and promptly issue a decree 28 26,1395| When the pastor has been removed, the eparchial bishop is 29 26,1396| Canon 1396~1. The removed pastor must abstain from


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