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   Title, Canon
1 1,15 | The~Christian faithful are free to make known their needs, 2 1,18 | The Christian faithful are free to found and to govern associations 3 1,18 | vocation in the world; they are free to hold~meetings to pursue 4 1,22 | faithful have the right to be free from any~kind of coercion 5 4,107 | the patriarchal~Church is free to establish norms to determine 6 7,240 | questions are to be submitted to free discussion in the sessions 7 10,344 | diminish in any way the free choice of a state of life. 8 10,391 | Canon 391~Clerics are free, without prejudice to can. 9 14,588 | Canon 588~Catechumens are free to enroll in whatever Church 10 15,661 | means that the work is free from errors regarding Catholic 11 16,703 | The eparchial bishop is free to make more specific norms 12 16,709 | council of hierarchs is free to establish appropriate 13 16,762 | account until he becomes free by relinquishing the~office 14 16,806 | detainer and is in a safe and free place.~ 15 16,889 | which is a deliberate and free promise made to God~concerning 16 20,939 | office occurs by: (1) the free~conferral of a competent 17 20,954 | null, unless it is: (1) free; therefore, a vote~is invalid 18 24,1059| the~Christian faithful is free to bring a case at any stage 19 24,1176| otherwise, the~arbitrators are free to select the procedure 20 25,1188| judge. 4. A party is~always free within ten available days ( 21 25,1191| person who does not have the free exercise of~personal rights 22 25,1191| of~personal rights or the free administration of the controverted~ 23 25,1245| suggestive of the~answer, free from every kind of offense 24 26,1372| suffices to prove his or her~free status.~ 25 26,1383| spouse is~not considered free from the bond of marriage 26 26,1387| the clerical~state and is free of all obligations.~ 27 27,1418| an initiated offense is free~of any penalty if no harm 28 29,1500| penalty or restrict the free exercise of~rights or which


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