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clerical

   Title, Canon
1 7,305 | the church belongs to some clerical institute~of consecrated 2 10,331 | seem to be called to the clerical state, can~be formed to 3 10,364 | eparchy or by loss of the clerical~state.~ 4 10,373 | Canon 373~Clerical celibacy chosen for the 5 10,383 | appropriate for those in the clerical state, clerics are not~to 6 10,383 | and offices alien to the clerical state as well as military 7 10,391 | pursuing ends suitable to the clerical state. However, it belongs 8 10,394 | cleric, however, loses the clerical state: (1) ~by a judicial 9 10,395 | 395~A cleric who loses the clerical state according to the norm 10 10,395 | the rights proper to the clerical state~nor is he further 11 10,395 | by the obligations of the clerical state~without prejudice, 12 10,396 | been declared, loss of the clerical state does not carry with~ 13 10,397 | grant the removal of the clerical state to clerics having 14 10,397 | bound by~the obligation of clerical celibacy or, if bound, are 15 10,398 | 398~One who has lost the clerical state by rescript of the 16 10,398 | obtained removal from the clerical state from~the patriarch 17 12,415 | and to what becomes the clerical state, as well as to~various 18 12,505 | a congregation is called clerical when, on account of the 19 12,511 | and the statutes. ~2. In clerical orders and congregations 20 12,524 | religious state, and, in a clerical order or congregation, a 21 12,536 | according to the plan of clerical formation prescribed in~ 22 12,539 | members. 2. The confessors in clerical orders~and congregations 23 12,554 | norm of can. 505, 2; it is clerical, according to norm of can. 24 15,612 | common life in the~manner of clerical religious of pontifical 25 20,976 | itself: (1) who has lost the clerical state; (2) who has publicly 26 23,1052| the superiors general of~clerical religious institutes or 27 24,1084| entrust cases to a~single clerical judge who, if possible, 28 26,1387| all rights proper to the clerical~state and is free of all 29 27,1433| cleric deposed from the clerical~state is deprived of all


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