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1 Prel,2 | Canon 2~The canons of the Code, 2 Prel,6 | regulated in this Code;~(2) all customs are revoked 3 1,7 | to fulfill in the world. 2. This Church, constituted 4 1,9 | cherishes them as its own. 2. The Church has special 5 1,12 | communion with the~Church. 2. They are to fulfill with 6 1,15 | as leaders of the Church. 2. The~Christian faithful 7 1,24 | accordance with the norm of law. 2. ~The Christian faithful 8 1,25 | sustenance of ministers. ~2. They are also obliged to 9 1,26 | obligations toward others. 2. In the interest of the 10 2 | TITLE 2~Churches Sui Iuris and Rites~ 11 2,28 | in each Church sui iuris. 2. The rites treated in~this 12 2,29 | established by the~Apostolic See. 2. If the child who has not 13 2,29 | which the mother belongs; (2) born of~unknown parents, 14 2,32 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. In the case of~Christian 15 2,40 | the unity of Christians. 2. Other~clerics and members 16 3,44 | ordained a bishop immediately. ~2. If it should happen that 17 3,45 | strengthened and safeguarded. 2. The Roman Pontiff, in fulfilling 18 3,46 | the Roman Pontiff himself. 2. ~The participation of patriarchs 19 3,50 | in an ecumenical council. 2. The~college exercises the 20 3,51 | to confirm its decrees. ~2. It is for the same Roman 21 3,52 | with a deliberative vote. 2. The supreme~authority of 22 3,54 | promulgated at his order. 2. When the college of bishops~ 23 4,57 | authority of the~Church. 2. Only the supreme authority 24 4,59 | precedence of honor among them. 2. The order of~precedence 25 4,60 | according to promotion. 2. A patriarch who currently 26 4,62 | on precedence~in can. 60, 2.~ 27 4,65 | of the permanent synod. 2. The synod of bishops of~ 28 4,66 | Church enjoy an active vote. ~2. It is forbidden for anyone 29 4,68 | present at the election. 2. If a certain bishop~considers 30 4,71 | norm of particular law. 2. ~All who are present at 31 4,72 | norms of~can. 183, 3-4. 2. If an election is not successful 32 4,76 | other Eastern Churches. 2. The new patriarch must 33 4,77 | the~full effects of law. 2. The patriarch is not to 34 4,78 | to someone for all cases. 2. The power of~the patriarch 35 4,80 | provinces are~not erected; (2) to supply for the negligence 36 4,82 | the observance of a law; (2) direct instructions to 37 4,82 | his own Church and rite. 2. The~patriarch can order 38 4,83 | determined by particular law. 2. ~For serious reasons and 39 4,84 | unity of all Christians. 2. The patriarch is also to 40 4,85 | transfer the eparchial see. 2. ~With the consent of the 41 4,85 | 1 and 182-187 and 212; (2) for a grave reason, to 42 4,86 | metropolitan or a bishop; (2) to~ordain metropolitans 43 4,86 | after episcopal ordination. 2. By virtue of the law itself 44 4,88 | with brotherly charity. 2. The patriarch is to see 45 4,89 | according to the norm of law. 2. The patriarch can~commit 46 4,92 | pastor of~the entire Church. 2. The patriarch must make 47 4,95 | obligations of individual bishops. 2. The patriarch is to see~ 48 4,99 | are observed by everyone. 2. If several patriarchs in 49 4,102 | the patriarchal Church. 2. With regard to eparchial~ 50 4,102 | due regard for can. 66, 2.~ 51 4,104 | already resigned~from office. 2. If a certain bishop considers 52 4,106 | the consent of~the synod; (2) the patriarch, with the 53 4,106 | established~by common law. 2. Moreover the synod of bishops 54 4,107 | the same synod is present. 2. With due regard for cann. 55 4,108 | suspend and dissolve it. 2. After hearing~the members 56 4,110 | to the norm of can. 150, 2 and 3. 2. ~The synod of 57 4,110 | norm of can. 150, 2 and 3. 2. ~The synod of bishops of 58 4,111 | publication~of decisions. 2. The observance of secrecy 59 4,112 | competence~of the patriarch. 2. Until the forthcoming synod, 60 4,114 | to the patriarchal curia. 2. Persons belonging to the~ 61 4,115 | designated for a five-year term. 2. Of these bishops,~three 62 4,116 | and to preside over it. 2. If the patriarch is impeded 63 4,122 | consanguinity or affinity. ~2. The patriarchal finance 64 4,123 | appointed by the patriarch. 2. ~Apart from the chancellor 65 4,126 | resignation of the patriarch. 2. The synod of bishops of 66 4,128 | of the patriarchal see; (2) to carry~out accurately 67 4,130 | the patriarchal Church. 2. The administrator of a 68 4,132 | necessity even a priest. 2. A patriarch is impeded 69 4,133 | regard~for can. 86, 1, n. 2; (2) to convoke the metropolitan 70 4,133 | regard~for can. 86, 1, n. 2; (2) to convoke the metropolitan 71 4,133 | neglected to~appoint one. 2. The metropolitan represents 72 4,134 | determined eparchial see. 2. A metropolitan in his own 73 4,138 | prescribed in can. 133, 1, nn. 2-6 and 2 as well as in~cann. 74 4,138 | can. 133, 1, nn. 2-6 and 2 as well as in~cann. 135, 75 4,142 | absence of the patriarch. 2. ~If the patriarchal see 76 4,143 | other local hierarchs; (2) titular bishops;~(3) presidents 77 4,143 | the competent superior. 2. All who are to~be convoked 78 4,144 | the patriarchal assembly. 2. Through prior~appropriate 79 4,146 | eparchies as well as~exarchies. 2. If a doubt concerning the 80 4,148 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. The visitor, before he 81 4,150 | due regard for~can. 102, 2. 2. Laws enacted by the 82 4,150 | regard for~can. 102, 2. 2. Laws enacted by the synod 83 5,153 | the norm of cann.~63-74. 2. After acceptance of the 84 6,155 | according to the~norm of law. 2. It is solely the right 85 6,156 | with the Roman Pontiff. 2. Prior to the imposition 86 6,157 | certain person for all cases. 2. The power of the metropolitan~ 87 6,158 | Church, takes his title. 2. The metropolitan, in the 88 6,159 | time determined by law; (2) to convoke the~council 89 6,163 | to the norm of can. 208, 2, inasmuch as it is possible,~ 90 6,164 | the council of hierarchs. 2. Eparchial bishops~and coadjutor 91 6,165 | already resigned from office. 2. If a certain bishop considers 92 6,166 | be present, are present. 2. The council of hierarchs 93 6,167 | of a Church sui iuris. ~2. The metropolitan will notify 94 6,173 | of the metropolitan~see; (2) to the administrator of 95 6,173 | are~to be no innovations. 2. In an impeded metropolitan 96 7,177 | truly present and operative. 2. ~In the erection, modification, 97 7,180 | for souls and prudence; (2) enjoy a good~reputation; ( 98 7,181 | provided in common law. 2. Other~bishops are appointed 99 7,182 | prudence and Christian life. 2. The~bishops are to report 100 7,183 | the election can proceed. 2. The~bishops are freely 101 7,184 | election by the patriarch. 2. If the one~elected accepts 102 7,185 | has reached the patriarch. 2. After~obtaining the approval 103 7,185 | to the norms of can. 184, 2.~ 104 7,186 | of the permanent synod. 2. Observing secrecy, the~ 105 7,187 | Church is committed to him. 2. Prior to~episcopal ordination 106 7,188 | is a case of~appointment. 2. The eparchial bishop must 107 7,189 | provision~is publicly read. 2. Upon completion of the 108 7,191 | executive and judicial power. 2. The eparchial bishop personally 109 7,192 | practice their religion. 2. In a special way the eparchial~ 110 7,193 | authority of that Church. 2. The eparchial bishop~is 111 7,196 | doctrine is handed on to~all. 2. He is to protect firmly 112 7,199 | his own Church sui iuris. 2. The eparchial bishop is 113 7,201 | and legitimate customs. 2. The eparchial bishop is~ 114 7,203 | according to its own~character. 2. The eparchial bishop is 115 7,204 | residing in his own~eparchy. 2. In addition to those obligations 116 7,205 | visit the entire eparchy. 2. Persons, Catholic institutions, 117 7,206 | See as soon as possible. 2. Other eparchial bishops 118 7,208 | over the entire Church. ~2. Other eparchial bishops 119 7,209 | other clergy of the eparchy. 2. The eparchial bishop~must 120 7,210 | resignation from office. 2. This resignation from~office 121 7,211 | the patriarchal Church. 2. The synod of bishops of 122 7,212 | of~the eparchial bishop. 2. In more serious circumstances, 123 7,213 | of canonical provision. 2. The patriarch himself, 124 7,214 | to the eparchial bishop. 2. ~Furthermore, a coadjutor 125 7,215 | require a special mandate. 2. Without prejudice~to the 126 7,216 | himself would carry out. 2. The eparchial bishop will 127 7,218 | prescriptions of cann. 210 and 211, 2 regarding resignation~from 128 7,220 | vacancy of the eparchial see; (2) until~the appointment of 129 7,221 | Church, the patriarch; (2) until the~appointment of 130 7,221 | conditions required in can. 227, 2 for the validity of the 131 7,223 | administrator of the eparchy; (2) he retains the~honorific 132 7,224 | 1) ~ordained bishops; (2) constituted in the eparchy 133 7,224 | possession of his office. ~2. Those things legitimately 134 7,225 | customs are reprobated. 2. If~the eparchial finance 135 7,227 | sound doctrine and prudence. 2. Only a bishop or a~presbyter 136 7,228 | are to be no innovations. 2. ~Those who temporarily 137 7,230 | the goods of the eparchy; (2) the other income accruing 138 7,231 | resignation for it to be valid. ~2. The removal of an administrator 139 7,232 | have provided otherwise. 2. ~For the resignation or 140 7,232 | norms of can. 231, 1 and 2 are to~be observed. 3. Inside 141 7,233 | succeed one another in~office. 2. If there are none of the 142 7,234 | serious and special reasons. 2. The rights, obligations 143 7,237 | suspend, or dissolve it. 2. If~the eparchial see becomes 144 7,238 | the~auxiliary bishops; (2) the protosyncellus, syncelli, 145 7,238 | the eparchial~assembly. 2. The eparchial bishop, if 146 7,240 | discussed in~that assembly. 2. At a suitable time the 147 7,243 | eparchy committed~to him. 2. To the eparchial curia 148 7,244 | to the eparchial~bishop. 2. All who are admitted to 149 7,244 | by the eparchial~bishop; (2) observe secrecy within 150 7,247 | prejudice to can. 215, 1 and 2. 2. The protosyncellus and~ 151 7,247 | prejudice to can. 215, 1 and 2. 2. The protosyncellus and~ 152 7,248 | mandate is not obtained. ~2. To the protosyncellus and 153 7,251 | eparchial~bishop, or removal. 2. When the eparchial see 154 7,252 | of the eparchial curia. 2. If it~seems necessary the 155 7,253 | case or transaction only. 2. Notaries are to be of good 156 7,254 | which are required of them; (2) to put faithfully into 157 7,256 | eparchy are to be preserved. 2. With all diligence and 158 7,257 | along with the chancellor. ~2. It is a right of interested 159 7,259 | kept secret are preserved. ~2. Each year, the procedural 160 7,260 | archives or the secret safe. 2. When the eparchial see 161 7,261 | of the eparchial curia. 2. In order to inspect or 162 7,262 | distinguished for honesty. 2. The eparchial finance officer 163 7,263 | of the eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial finance officer 164 7,266 | their Church sui iuris; (2) some~priests, according 165 7,267 | enrolled in the eparchy; (2) other priests who have 166 7,267 | the good of the eparchy. 2. To the extent provided 167 7,269 | proposals from members. ~2. The eparchial bishop is 168 7,270 | within a five-year period. 2. ~When the eparchial see 169 7,271 | functions determined by law. 2. ~The college of eparchial 170 7,273 | by the eparchial bishop. 2. ~The pastoral council is 171 7,274 | by the~eparchial bishop. 2. When the eparchial see 172 7,276 | functions determined by law. 2. It belongs to the eparchial~ 173 7,277 | doctrine and apostolic fervor. 2. The protopresbyter is to~ 174 7,278 | common pastoral action; (2) see~to it that clerics 175 7,278 | house is properly cared for. 2. In the district~entrusted 176 7,278 | sciences and pastoral affairs; (2) is to~take care that clerics 177 7,280 | definite determining factor. 2. It is the competency of~ 178 7,281 | the same eparchial bishop. 2. A juridic person~cannot 179 7,282 | due regard for can.~480. 2. This erection must be done 180 7,284 | who freely names them. 2. To entrust a parish to 181 7,284 | the manner of religious;~(2) a candidate agrees to this 182 7,285 | in a~praiseworthy manner. 2. If the presbyter is married, 183 7,286 | to the norm of can. 284, 2; (2) to~name a pastor from 184 7,286 | the norm of can. 284, 2; (2) to~name a pastor from other 185 7,287 | in other circumstances. 2. In the same parish there 186 7,289 | cooperation of the laity. 2. In carrying out the function 187 7,290 | the person of~the parish. 2. Sacred functions of greater 188 7,290 | without prejudice to can. 302, 2, the ecclesiastical funeral 189 7,292 | suffers no harm from it. 2. Unless~there is a serious 190 7,296 | preserved~observing said norms. 2. In the baptismal register 191 7,297 | term, removal or transfer. 2. ~When a pastor has completed 192 7,299 | bishop determines~otherwise. 2. A parochial administrator 193 7,300 | closer to which parish. 2. The one who assumes the 194 7,301 | pastoral care of the parish. 2. ~A parochial vicar can 195 7,301 | religious, observing can. 284, 2.~ 196 7,302 | substitute for the pastor. ~2. In virtue of his office, 197 7,303 | of religious, can. 1391, 2 is to be observed.~ 198 7,305 | institute for appointment. 2. Even if the church belongs 199 7,306 | due regard for can. 336, 2. 2. The rector of the church 200 7,306 | regard for can. 336, 2. 2. The rector of the church 201 7,310 | of religious,~can. 1391, 2 is to be observed.~ ~ 202 8,311 | committed to an exarch. 2. In the establishment, modification,~ 203 8,314 | the~Apostolic See alone. 2. The exarch appointed by 204 8,315 | petition of the exarch. 2. Presbyters sent into the 205 8,318 | temporal state of the exarchy. 2. An exarch appointed by 206 8,319 | or modified the exarchy. 2. If the college of~consultors 207 8,320 | presbyteral ordination. 2. He who comes into the interim 208 8,321 | after the episcopal dignity. 2. Particular law is to be~ 209 9,322 | efficaciously preserved. 2. The decisions of this assembly 210 10,323 | power of Christ, the Pastor. 2. In virtue of sacred ordination 211 10,329 | willingly respond to Him; (2) clerics, especially pastors, 212 10,329 | coordinate their endeavors. 2. Particular law is~to provide 213 10,330 | authorities to change the program. 2. There can also be a~program 214 10,331 | equivalent to a~minor seminary. 2. In the major seminary, 215 10,332 | financial resources permit it. 2. A major seminary is to 216 10,334 | is a~patriarchal Church. 2. Eparchial bishops, for 217 10,335 | person by the~law itself. 2. The rector of the seminary 218 10,336 | who erected the seminary. 2. The~seminary is to be exempt 219 10,337 | discipline of the seminary. 2. The seminary is also~to 220 10,338 | moderators~and officials. 2. The rector is to see to 221 10,339 | their~spiritual director. 2. Besides the ordinary confessors, 222 10,340 | suitable academic degrees. 2. The teachers ought to~confer 223 10,341 | in cann. 1012 and 1014. 2. Even religious houses are 224 10,341 | as treated in cann. 471, 2 and 536, 2.~ 225 10,341 | in cann. 471, 2 and 536, 2.~ 226 10,342 | the required abilities. 2. No one is to~be accepted 227 10,344 | choice of a state of life. 2. ~Assisted by suitable spiritual 228 10,346 | for the kingdom~of God. 2. They ought to draw daily 229 10,346 | pattern given in the Gospel; (2) they are to participate 230 10,348 | to theological studies. 2. They ought to start~the 231 10,349 | patrimony is to be~sought. 2. Both historical and systematic 232 10,350 | out effective ministry. 2. It is necessary that Sacred 233 10,352 | are preparing themselves. 2. Students are to be instructed 234 10,356 | those who established it. 2. The eparchial bishop~or 235 10,357 | of the permanent synod. 2. What is established concerning 236 10,360 | his~original enrollment. 2. With the passage of five 237 10,362 | made as well as equity. ~2. One legitimately returning 238 10,363 | consent of~the patriarch; (2) in other cases, the administrator 239 10,365 | except for~serious reasons. 2. If the particular law of 240 10,366 | the eparchy require it; (2) he is convinced that the 241 10,366 | to the norm of the law. 2. The eparchial bishop is 242 10,369 | their own Church sui iuris. 2. They are to~attach great 243 10,371 | the service of the Church. 2. ~Clerics are to accept 244 10,372 | approved by their own hierarch. 2. They are to attend~conferences 245 10,381 | the exiled and refugees. ~2. Unless constrained by a 246 10,383 | exercise of civil power; (2) since military service 247 10,384 | harmony based on justice. 2. Clerics are not to have~ 248 10,385 | apostolate or of charity. 2. Clerics are forbidden to 249 10,386 | of their local hierarch. 2. A cleric who is~residing 250 10,390 | to be taken into account. 2. They also have the~right 251 10,390 | spoken of in can. 1021,~2 according to the norm of 252 10,394 | invalidity of sacred ordination; (2) by the legitimate infliction 253 10,395 | prejudice to cann. 725 and 735,~2; he is by the law itself 254 11,403 | of the liturgical books. ~2. If the necessity of the 255 11,404 | if~need be, to defend it. 2. Lay persons also possess 256 11,408 | eparchial or~patriarchal. 2. Besides those ecclesiastical 257 11,409 | zealously, and diligently. 2. They have a right to a 258 12,412 | of the vow of obedience. 2. In order to provide~better 259 12,413 | due~regard for can. 418, 2.~ 260 12,414 | by a higher authority; (2) ~to grant dispensations 261 12,414 | according to his~judgment. 2. These rights pertain to 262 12,415 | works of the apostolate. 2. It is the right and duty~ 263 12,418 | succeed them in office. 2. Under the~designation of 264 12,419 | prescribed by the same authority. 2. Superiors of~institutes 265 12,420 | are~legitimately impeded. 2. The members shall trust 266 12,422 | with the norm of can. 934. 2. Particular law shall provide 267 12,431 | without prejudice to can. 89, 2; having fulfilled the function, 268 12,431 | order or congregation. 2. A religious who becomes 269 12,431 | only to the Roman Pontiff;~(2) however, having fulfilled 270 12,431 | the monastery or order; (2) ~if through profession 271 12,433 | traditions of monastic life. 2. A monastery sui iuris is 272 12,435 | instances, the~Apostolic See. 2. It is reserved to the patriarch 273 12,436 | they are~called subsidiary. 2. For the valid erection 274 12,437 | the document of erection. 2. Written permission of the 275 12,438 | recourse to the Roman~Pontiff. 2. Other monasteries sui iuris 276 12,439 | statutes of~the confederation. 2. The confederation of several 277 12,440 | authority spoken of in can. 439. 2. A confederation,~however, 278 12,441 | common law and the typicon. 2. Superiors~in monasteries 279 12,443 | person or through another. 2. At the synaxis of election 280 12,444 | typicon states otherwise. ~2. Unless the typicon prescribes 281 12,447 | direction of the superior. 2. The superior of a monastery 282 12,450 | novitiate: ~(1) non-Catholics; (2) those who have been punished 283 12,452 | impediment established in law. 2. Likewise, parents~whose 284 12,453 | having consulted the council. 2. Superiors~themselves must 285 12,456 | direction of a suitable member. 2. In order that the novitiate~ 286 12,457 | one year is sufficient. 2. In every year of the novitiate, 287 12,457 | without prejudice to~can. 461, 2.~ 288 12,458 | for at least~ten years. 2. The rights and duties of 289 12,459 | and to acquire virtues. 2. ~During the novitiate, 290 12,461 | accordance with the typicon. 2. When the novitiate is completed,~ 291 12,462 | obedience,~chastity and poverty. 2. In the making of profession 292 12,464 | been validly completed; (2) that the~novice be admitted 293 12,467 | the law itself invalid. ~2. As soon as the profession 294 12,468 | acquired by~the monastery. 2. The monastery is responsible 295 12,471 | undertaken by the monastery. 2. ~The formation of monks 296 12,473 | of the liturgical books. 2. The superiors of monasteries 297 12,473 | other~exercises of piety; (2) can freely and often approach 298 12,474 | the norm of the typicon. 2. ~Without prejudice to the 299 12,475 | the interested community. 2. For monasteries~in which 300 12,475 | due regard for can. 612, 2.~ 301 12,477 | accordance~with the typicon. 2. The parts of the monastery 302 12,486 | of a monastery sui iuris. 2. The stauropegial monastery 303 12,487 | president of the confederation. 2. For a transfer from a~non-confederated 304 12,488 | cleric, if he is a cleric. 2. The one who~transfers from 305 12,489 | along with the council. 2. The eparchial~bishop can 306 12,492 | council, to the Apostolic See. 2. An indult of this kind~ 307 12,493 | he is in sacred orders. 2. If a member who had left 308 12,494 | eparchial bishop to receive him. 2. The eparchial~bishop can 309 12,496 | the monastery sui iuris. 2. ~The superior shall forward 310 12,497 | rejected the Catholic faith;~(2) has celebrated or attempted 311 12,497 | even only a civil one. ~2. The superior of the monastery 312 12,498 | off the monastic habit.~2. The superior of the monastery 313 12,499 | council~according to can. 552, 2 and 3, but, for validity, 314 12,500 | must be done secretly. 2. In order to decide on dismissal, 315 12,500 | and juridically proven; (2) that the dismissal~was 316 12,501 | to the interested member. 2. The member can, within~ 317 12,503 | work~performed therein. 2. The monastery, however, 318 12,504 | to monastic profession. 2. A~congregation is a society 319 12,505 | from the Apostolic See. 2. A congregation is: (1) 320 12,505 | by a decree of the same; (2) of patriarchal right~if, 321 12,506 | consulting the patriarch. 2. The patriarch can~erect 322 12,507 | the~wishes of the donors. 2. A congregation of patriarchal 323 12,508 | superior rules~directly. 2. To divide an order or congregation 324 12,509 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. ~The matters mentioned 325 12,511 | common law and the statutes. ~2. In clerical orders and 326 12,512 | sign of its~unity in love. 2. Not only provinces and 327 12,513 | years from first profession. 2. If it is the case of the 328 12,514 | for~the superior general. 2. However, before the determined 329 12,515 | according to~the statutes. 2. Other superiors are designated 330 12,516 | authority of the superior. 2. A~major superior cannot 331 12,517 | and 454 shall be observed. 2. No one is admitted lawfully 332 12,519 | statutes and with can. 453, 2~and 3.~ 333 12,522 | of the master of novices. 2. The major superior can 334 12,523 | instruction of the novices. 2. If~the statutes prescribed 335 12,524 | congregation, a presbyter. 2. Assistants can be given 336 12,525 | orders and congregations. 2. The novice,~before making 337 12,526 | determined in~the statutes. 2. This profession can be 338 12,527 | been validly completed; (2) that the novice be admitted 339 12,529 | unlawful, but not invalid. 2. This profession does not 340 12,529 | disposition mentioned in can. 525, 2 not by his or her own resolve 341 12,534 | provided by common law;~(2) the major superior can, 342 12,535 | statutes shall be observed. 2. The document certifying 343 12,536 | determined in the statutes. 2. The formation of the members 344 12,537 | perpetually professed~members. 2. The bishop to whom the 345 12,538 | statutes and~lawful custom. 2. The superiors shall see 346 12,538 | prescribed~in can. 473, 2. 3. Members of orders and 347 12,538 | frequently, observing~can. 474, 2.~ 348 12,539 | available to the members. 2. The confessors in clerical 349 12,544 | monastery, of the synaxis. 2. A member can validly transfer~ 350 12,545 | of the vow of obedience. 2. After having~completed 351 12,546 | of the time of the vows. 2. One~who, while still in 352 12,547 | making perpetual profession. 2. ~Physical or psychic illness, 353 12,548 | consent of the~council. 2. In other aspects of exclaustration 354 12,549 | the competent~authority. 2. In orders, an indult of 355 12,549 | the eparchial bishop; (2) the eparchial bishop of 356 12,552 | congregation is subject. 2. In~deciding about the dismissal, 357 12,552 | external and imputable; (2) the lack of~the religious 358 12,554 | the manner of religious. 2. ~Such a society is of pontifical, 359 12,554 | with the norm of can. 505, 2; it is clerical, according 360 12,554 | Apostolic See, can. 418, 2. 3. Members of~these societies 361 12,558 | to the norm of can.~423. 2. The administration of goods 362 12,559 | for cann. 450 and 451. ~2. The statutes shall be observed 363 12,560 | bishop mentioned in can. 537, 2. ~2. A perpetually incorporated 364 12,560 | mentioned in can. 537, 2. ~2. A perpetually incorporated 365 12,562 | consent of the Apostolic See. 2. A member who moves~to another 366 12,563 | recognized by the Church; (2) exercise an apostolic activity 367 12,563 | each~in their own state. 2. Secular institutes are 368 12,563 | accordance with can. 505, 2.~ 369 12,566 | authority cann. 414, 506, 507, 2, 509 and 510 on congregations~ 370 12,567 | to the~norm of can. 423. 2. The administration of goods 371 12,568 | due regard for can. 450. 2. A perpetually incorporated 372 13,573 | called public associations. ~2. Other associations, even 373 13,575 | patriarchal privilege; (2) the patriarch after consultation 374 13,575 | Apostolic See for other types. 2. For~the erection of any 375 13,576 | usefulness of the~place and time. 2. The statutes and their 376 13,577 | ecclesiastical discipline. 2. It is the duty of the eparchial 377 13,578 | statutes of the association. 2. ~The same person can be 378 13,579 | covered by can. 575, 1, n. 2, by the~patriarch, with 379 13,583 | suppressed by the Apostolic See. 2. The other associations, 380 13,583 | due regard for can. 927, 2, and with due regard to~ 381 13,583 | to episcopal ordination; (2) by an eparchial bishop,~ 382 14,584 | to be totally missionary. 2. The~evangelization of the 383 14,585 | guidance of the Roman Pontiff. 2. The synod of bishops of 384 14,587 | duly lasting for~sometime. 2. Persons who are enrolled 385 14,591 | long in native clerics;~(2) catechists are to be established 386 14,592 | education and cultural progress. 2. Likewise dialogue and cooperation 387 14,593 | work of evangelization. 2. They are to freely~cooperate 388 15,595 | any human power whatever. 2. To the Church belongs the 389 15,597 | or morals is to be held. 2. The college of bishops~ 390 15,606 | contribute to~doctrinal progress. 2. In the investigation of 391 15,610 | case expressly forbids~it. 2. Priests have the faculty 392 15,612 | moderators of preaching. 2. All~superiors, even local 393 15,614 | part~of the liturgy itself. 2. Parish priests and rectors 394 15,616 | up of the Body of~Christ. 2. Let them teach also the 395 15,621 | authority of the Church. 2. ~In this directory the 396 15,622 | socio-cultural region. ~2. This commission is to avail 397 15,623 | with the utmost vigilance. 2. For this purpose the~eparchial 398 15,624 | their age or~condition. 2. Presbyters and deacons 399 15,627 | animated by mutual~love. 2. Insofar as it is beyond 400 15,628 | education together~with parents. 2. All those who are entrusted 401 15,630 | for the less fortunate. 2. All the Christian faithful 402 15,631 | the ecclesial~community. 2. It is the right of the 403 15,633 | attend a particular school. ~2. Parents should send their 404 15,634 | humankind is illumined by faith. 2. It is up to~the Catholic 405 15,636 | of the eparchial bishop. 2. It is~also his responsibility 406 15,638 | management of their schools. 2. Where there are~several 407 15,640 | the light of the gospel. 2. Other institutes of higher 408 15,642 | must be by public document. 2. Within the territorial 409 15,647 | suited to their culture; (2) to give~higher education 410 15,651 | freely~written materials. 2. All the Christian faithful 411 15,652 | and condemnation of evil. 2. For~the safeguarding of 412 15,655 | done~properly and usefully. 2. Let all the Christian faithful, 413 15,656 | liturgical celebrations. 2. Books of prayers or devotions, 414 15,657 | constituted assemblies. 2. The same authorities are 415 15,658 | ecclesiastical approval. 2. The same norm is to~be 416 15,661 | Catholic faith and morals. 2. Approval granted by competent 417 15,662 | these persons or places. 2. In order to~publish writings 418 15,663 | editions or translations. 2. In case of editions of 419 15,664 | of hierarchs to consult. 2. The censors selected are~ 420 15,665 | Christian religion or~morals. 2. So also pastors and rectors 421 15,666 | source of patrimonial rights. 2. Under~the protection of 422 16,668 | not,~it is called private. 2. For the regulation of divine 423 16,670 | by a superior authority. 2. If non-Catholic Christians 424 16,671 | from Catholic ministers. 2. If necessity requires it 425 16,671 | disposed. 5. For the cases in~2, 3 and 4, norms of particular 426 16,672 | ordination cannot be repeated. 2. If a prudent doubt~exists 427 16,674 | be observed accurately. 2. The minister~should celebrate 428 16,675 | Church which is His Body. 2. Only by the~actual reception 429 16,677 | reason is lawfully presumed. 2. In case of necessity, baptism 430 16,678 | baptized is to be enrolled. 2. In places where there are 431 16,681 | with due regard for 5; (2) the parents, or~at least 432 16,681 | takes their~place, consent. 2. An abandoned infant or 433 16,682 | sorrow for personal sins. 2. A person who is no longer 434 16,684 | have at least one sponsor. ~2. In fulfilling the function 435 16,685 | myron and the Eucharist; (2) belong to the Catholic 436 16,685 | the~function of a sponsor. 2. To assume licitly the role 437 16,686 | according to legitimate custom. 2. ~The pastor is to see that 438 16,687 | for legitimate customs. 2. ~Baptism can be administered 439 16,689 | persons are to be~enrolled. 2. If it is a case of a child 440 16,689 | according to the norms of 1 and 2 and with due regard for~ 441 16,695 | administered as soon~as possible. 2. If the celebration of chrismation 442 16,696 | including the~Latin Church. 2. The Christian faithful 443 16,699 | celebrating~the Divine Liturgy. 2. Deacons have their part 444 16,700 | the~Christian faithful. 2. If it is possible, presbyters 445 16,703 | integrity for the rector. 2. The eparchial bishop is 446 16,705 | of any Catholic church. 2. In order for a priest to 447 16,707 | of each Church sui iuris. 2. For a just~cause and having 448 16,709 | establishes it, also the~deacon. 2. The synod of bishops of 449 16,713 | cause suggests otherwise. ~2. Concerning the preparation 450 16,714 | each Church sui iuris. ~2. The reservation of the 451 16,715 | approved custom of~the Church. 2. It is also permissible, 452 16,720 | take place in other ways. ~2. Absolution of many penitents 453 16,720 | the individual~penitents; (2) there is a grave necessity, 454 16,721 | time cannot be confessed. 2. As much~as can be done, 455 16,722 | the sacrament of penance. ~2. All bishops by the law 456 16,723 | the sacrament of penance. 2. In virtue of his~office 457 16,724 | the Christian faithful. 2. The superior of an institute 458 16,724 | faculty~mentioned in can. 723, 2 on any presbyter according 459 16,726 | except for a serious reason. 2. If this faculty~is revoked 460 16,728 | of the sacramental seal; (2) ~absolution of an accomplice 461 16,728 | a sin against chastity. 2. It~is reserved to the eparchial 462 16,729 | to celebrate marriage; (2) if in the prudent judgment~ 463 16,732 | disposition for~conversion. 2. The priest is to remember 464 16,733 | penitent for any reason. 2. The obligation~of observing 465 16,734 | revelation is excluded. 2. One who is placed~in authority 466 16,735 | for their convenience. ~2. In urgent necessity any 467 16,736 | prescriptions of particular~law. 2. Due to infirmity or another 468 16,737 | infirmity and suffering. 2. In the Churches in which 469 16,739 | the anointing of the sick. 2. The administration of the 470 16,746 | case~of extreme necessity. 2. The second and third bishop, 471 16,748 | bishop of that eparchy. 2. An eparchial bishop cannot 472 16,750 | proper eparchial~bishop; (2) the administrator of a 473 16,750 | administrator of an eparchy. 2. The administrator of a 474 16,752 | those mentioned in can. 748, 2.~ 475 16,758 | chrismation with holy myron; (2) both the morals and the 476 16,758 | prescribed by particular law. 2. It is furthermore required 477 16,759 | particular Church sui iuris. 2. Dispensation~beyond a year 478 16,760 | hierarchs determines~otherwise. 2. If it is a case of a candidate 479 16,762 | carrying out the ministry; (2) a~person who has committed 480 16,762 | judgment of the hierarch. 2. The acts which are mentioned~ 481 16,762 | are mentioned~in 1, nn. 2-6 do not produce impediments 482 16,763 | receiving sacred orders; (2) a person who committed 483 16,763 | mentioned in can. 762, 1, nn.~2-6; (3) a person who is afflicted 484 16,767 | to the judicial forum; (2) from the impediments~mentioned 485 16,767 | mentioned in can. 762, 1, nn. 2-4. 2. Dispensation from 486 16,767 | in can. 762, 1, nn. 2-4. 2. Dispensation from these~ 487 16,768 | those omitted in bad~faith. 2. If it is a case of the 488 16,769 | chrismation with holy myron; (2) if the candidate is~married, 489 16,769 | all canonical impediments. 2. These documents are~to 490 16,771 | norm of particular law. 2. All the Christian faithful~ 491 16,774 | of the eparchial curia. 2. The ordaining~bishop should 492 16,776 | education of the offspring. ~2. From the institution of 493 16,780 | effects of such a marriage. 2. In addition to~divine law, 494 16,780 | its own matrimonial law; (2) the law that binds~the 495 16,781 | in the light of can. 780, 2; (2) with regard to the~ 496 16,781 | the light of can. 780, 2; (2) with regard to the~form 497 16,782 | of each Church sui iuris. 2. From the promise~of marriage 498 16,783 | upbringing of their children; (2) by personal~preparation 499 16,783 | predisposed to that new state. 2. It is strongly recommended~ 500 16,785 | valid and licit celebration. 2. In~danger of death, if


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