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1 Prel,1 | Canon 1~The canons of this Code 2 Prel,6 | Code goes into effect: (1) all common or particular~ 3 1 | TITLE 1~The Rights and Obligations 4 1,7 | Canon 7~1. The Christian faithful 5 1,9 | Canon 9~1. Since catechumens are in 6 1,12 | Canon 12~1. The Christian faithful 7 1,15 | Canon 15~1. The Christian faithful, 8 1,24 | Canon 24~1. The Christian faithful 9 1,25 | Canon 25~1. The Christian faithful 10 1,26 | Canon 26~1. In exercising their rights 11 2,28 | Canon 28~1. A rite is the liturgical, 12 2,29 | Canon 29~1. By virtue of baptism, a 13 2,29 | his~fourteenth year is: (1) born of an unwed mother, 14 2,29 | adoptive father and mother, 1~should be applied; (3) born 15 2,32 | Canon 32~1. No one can validly transfer 16 2,40 | Canon 40~1. Hierarchs who preside over 17 3,44 | Canon 44~1. The Roman Pontiff obtains 18 3,45 | Canon 45~1. The Roman Pontiff, by virtue 19 3,46 | Canon 46~1. In exercising his office ( 20 3,50 | Canon 50~1. The college of bishops 21 3,51 | Canon 51~1. It is for the Roman Pontiff 22 3,52 | Canon 52~1. It is the right and obligation 23 3,54 | Canon 54~1. Decrees of an ecumenical 24 4,57 | Canon 57~1. The erection, restoration, 25 4,59 | Canon 59~1. Patriarchs of Eastern Churches, 26 4,60 | Canon 60~1. In churches which are designated 27 4,65 | Canon 65~1. The synod of bishops of 28 4,66 | Canon 66~1. In the election of a patriarch 29 4,66 | to~the norms of can. 71, 1. 3. It is not permitted 30 4,68 | Canon 68~1. All bishops legitimately 31 4,71 | Canon 71~1. The positions of tellers 32 4,72 | Canon 72~1. He is elected who obtains 33 4,76 | Canon 76~1. By means of a synodal letter, 34 4,77 | Canon 77~1. A canonically elected patriarch 35 4,78 | Canon 78~1. The power which, according 36 4,80 | Canon 80~The patriarch is: (1) to exercise the rights 37 4,80 | officer according to can.~262, 1; if the warning is made 38 4,82 | Canon 82~1. By his own right the patriarch 39 4,82 | right the patriarch can: (1) within the scope~of his 40 4,83 | Canon 83~1. With due regard for the 41 4,84 | Canon 84~1. The patriarch should most 42 4,85 | Canon 85~1. For a serious reason, with 43 4,85 | patriarch is competent: (1) to give to an eparchial~ 44 4,85 | bishop, observing cann.~181, 1 and 182-187 and 212; (2) 45 4,86 | Canon 86~1. The patriarch is competent: ( 46 4,86 | patriarch is competent: (1) to give a patriarchal letter 47 4,87 | the norms of cann. 181, 1 and~182-187. He confers 48 4,88 | Canon 88~1. Bishops of the patriarchal 49 4,89 | Canon 89~1. It is the right and obligation 50 4,92 | Canon 92~1. The patriarch is to manifest 51 4,95 | Canon 95~1. The obligations of eparchial 52 4,97 | mentioned in can. 1022, 1.~ 53 4,99 | Canon 99~1. The patriarch is to see 54 4,102 | Canon 102~1. All and solely ordained 55 4,102 | those mentioned in can.~953, 1 or those who are punished 56 4,104 | Canon 104~1. All bishops legitimately 57 4,106 | Canon 106~1. The synod of bishops of 58 4,106 | must be convoked whenever: (1) matters are to be decided 59 4,107 | Canon 107~1. Unless particular law requires 60 4,107 | for~cann. 69, 149 and 183, 1, any session of the synod 61 4,108 | Canon 108~1. The patriarch is to open 62 4,110 | Canon 110~1. The synod of bishops of 63 4,111 | Canon 111~1. The synod of bishops of 64 4,112 | Canon 112~1. The promulgation of laws 65 4,114 | Canon 114~1. Distinct from the curia 66 4,115 | Canon 115~1. The permanent synod is 67 4,116 | Canon 116~1. The patriarch is to convoke 68 4,122 | Canon 122~1. For the administration 69 4,123 | Canon 123~1. In the patriarchal curia 70 4,126 | Canon 126~1. The patriarchal see becomes 71 4,128 | patriarchal Church is: (1) immediately~to inform the 72 4,130 | Canon 130~1. The ordinary power of the 73 4,132 | Canon 132~1. When a patriarchal see 74 4,133 | Canon 133~1. A metropolitan, who presides 75 4,133 | him by common law, is: (1) to ordain and enthrone 76 4,133 | due regard~for can. 86, 1, n. 2; (2) to convoke the 77 4,134 | Canon 134~1. The dignity of a metropolitan 78 4,138 | prescribed in can. 133, 1, nn. 2-6 and 2 as well as 79 4,139 | obligations~mentioned in can. 133, 1, nn. 3-6.~ 80 4,142 | Canon 142~1. The patriarch is to convoke 81 4,143 | Canon 143~1. To the patriarchal assembly 82 4,143 | assembly are to be convoked: (1) eparchial bishops and other 83 4,144 | Canon 144~1. With due regard for the 84 4,146 | Canon 146~1. The territory of the Church 85 4,148 | Canon 148~1. It is the right and the 86 4,150 | Canon 150~1. Bishops constituted outside 87 5,153 | Canon 153~1. A major archbishop is elected 88 6,155 | Canon 155~1. A metropolitan Church sui 89 6,156 | Canon 156~1. Within three months after 90 6,157 | Canon 157~1. The power which a metropolitan 91 6,158 | Canon 158~1. The see of the metropolitan 92 6,159 | metropolitan~is competent: (1) to ordain and enthrone 93 6,164 | Canon 164~1. To the council of hierarchs 94 6,164 | those mentioned in can. 953, 1~or those who are punished 95 6,165 | Canon 165~1. All bishops lawfully called 96 6,166 | Canon 166~1. Unless particular law requires 97 6,167 | Canon 167~1. With due regard for the 98 6,173 | Canon 173~1. During the vacancy of the 99 6,173 | metropolitan Church sui iuris: (1) the administrator of the 100 6,173 | patriarchal see in can. 132, 1; the metropolitan is competent 101 7,177 | Canon 177~1. An eparchy is a portion 102 7,177 | patriarchal Church, can. 85,~1 is to be observed; in other 103 7,180 | it is required that he: (1) demonstrate solid faith, 104 7,181 | Canon 181~1. Bishops inside the territorial 105 7,182 | Canon 182~1. Candidates suitable for 106 7,183 | Canon 183~1. The convocation having 107 7,184 | Canon 184~1. If the one elected is on 108 7,185 | Canon 185~1. If the one elected is not 109 7,186 | Canon 186~1. If the synod of bishops 110 7,187 | Canon 187~1. Canonical provision is 111 7,188 | Canon 188~1. Unless prevented by a legitimate 112 7,189 | Canon 189~1. The eparchial bishop takes 113 7,191 | Canon 191~1. The eparchial bishop governs 114 7,192 | Canon 192~1. In the exercise of his 115 7,193 | Canon 193~1. The eparchial bishop to 116 7,196 | Canon 196~1. The eparchial bishop is 117 7,199 | Canon 199~1. The eparchial bishop, as 118 7,201 | Canon 201~1. Since he is obliged to 119 7,203 | Canon 203~1. The eparchial bishop is 120 7,204 | Canon 204~1. The eparchial bishop, even 121 7,205 | Canon 205~1. The eparchial bishop is 122 7,206 | Canon 206~1. The eparchial bishop exercising 123 7,208 | Canon 208~1. An eparchial bishop exercising 124 7,209 | Canon 209~1. The eparchial bishop must 125 7,210 | Canon 210~1. An eparchial bishop who 126 7,211 | Canon 211~1. An eparchial bishop, whose 127 7,212 | Canon 212~1. If the pastoral needs of 128 7,213 | Canon 213~1. In addition to the rights 129 7,214 | Canon 214~1. The coadjutor bishop and 130 7,215 | Canon 215~1. A coadjutor bishop takes 131 7,215 | prejudice~to the prescription of 1, the eparchial bishop is 132 7,216 | Canon 216~1. The coadjutor bishop and 133 7,220 | following are to be~observed: (1) the patriarch is to inform 134 7,221 | prejudice to~cann. 222 and 223: (1) the metropolitan, or otherwise 135 7,223 | in the former eparchy: (1) he has the rights and obligations 136 7,224 | Canon 224~1. When the see becomes vacant, 137 7,224 | office unless they are: (1) ~ordained bishops; (2) 138 7,225 | Canon 225~1. Only one person is to be 139 7,227 | Canon 227~1. The administrator of an 140 7,228 | Canon 228~1. When the see is vacant 141 7,230 | otherwise lawfully provided: (1) the administrator of an~ 142 7,231 | Canon 231~1. The resignation of the 143 7,232 | Canon 232~1. When the eparchial see 144 7,232 | the norms of can. 231, 1 and 2 are to~be observed. 145 7,233 | Canon 233~1. When the eparchial see 146 7,234 | Canon 234~1. The governance of an eparchy, 147 7,237 | Canon 237~1. It is the right of the 148 7,238 | Canon 238~1. The following are to be 149 7,238 | must be present for it: (1) the coadjutor bishop and 150 7,240 | Canon 240~1. With due regard for the 151 7,243 | Canon 243~1. The eparchial bishop is 152 7,244 | Canon 244~1. The appointment and removal 153 7,244 | the eparchial~curia must: (1) make a promise to carry 154 7,247 | Canon 247~1. The protosyncellus and 155 7,247 | without~prejudice to can. 215, 1 and 2. 2. The protosyncellus 156 7,248 | Canon 248~1. Unless otherwise expressly 157 7,251 | Canon 251~1. The protosyncellus and 158 7,252 | Canon 252~1. In the eparchial curia 159 7,253 | Canon 253~1. Besides the chancellor 160 7,254 | is the notaries' duty: (1) to write the acts and documents~ 161 7,256 | Canon 256~1. The eparchial bishop is 162 7,257 | Canon 257~1. The archive of the eparchial 163 7,259 | Canon 259~1. There is also to be a secret 164 7,260 | Canon 260~1. Only the eparchial bishop 165 7,261 | Canon 261~1. The eparchial bishop is 166 7,262 | Canon 262~1. The eparchial bishop, after 167 7,263 | Canon 263~1. The eparchial bishop is 168 7,266 | the presbyteral council: (1) an appropriate portion 169 7,267 | Canon 267~1. In electing the members 170 7,267 | active and passive voice: (1) all presbyters enrolled 171 7,269 | Canon 269~1. It pertains to the eparchial 172 7,270 | Canon 270~1. The members of the presbyteral 173 7,271 | Canon 271~1. The eparchial bishop must 174 7,273 | Canon 273~1. The pastoral council, which 175 7,274 | Canon 274~1. The pastoral council is 176 7,276 | Canon 276~1. The protopresbyter is a 177 7,277 | Canon 277~1. The office of protopresbyter, 178 7,278 | Canon 278~1. Besides the powers and 179 7,278 | the protopresbyter~to: (1) coordinate and promote 180 7,278 | him the protopresbyter: (1) is to see that clerics~ 181 7,280 | Canon 280~1. Generally, a parish is 182 7,281 | Canon 281~1. The pastor is to be a presbyter 183 7,282 | Canon 282~1. The eparchial bishop, but 184 7,284 | Canon 284~1. The right of naming pastors 185 7,284 | period of time unless: (1) it concerns a member of 186 7,285 | Canon 285~1. In order for a presbyter 187 7,286 | interim, is~competent: (1) to name as pastor a presbyter 188 7,287 | Canon 287~1. A pastor is to have the 189 7,289 | Canon 289~1. In carrying out the function 190 7,290 | Canon 290~1. In all juridic affairs 191 7,292 | Canon 292~1. The pastor is bound by 192 7,296 | Canon 296~1. In the parish there are 193 7,297 | Canon 297~1. The pastor ceases from 194 7,299 | Canon 299~1. The administrator of a 195 7,300 | Canon 300~1. When the parish is vacant 196 7,301 | Canon 301~1. One or several parochial 197 7,302 | Canon 302~1. The parochial vicars are 198 7,305 | Canon 305~1. The rector of a church 199 7,306 | Canon 306~1. In the church committed 200 8,311 | Canon 311~1. An exarchy is a portion 201 8,314 | Canon 314~1. Within the territorial 202 8,315 | Canon 315~1. The exarch established 203 8,318 | Canon 318~1. Exarchs appointed by the 204 8,319 | Canon 319~1. Exarchs are bound by the 205 8,320 | Canon 320~1. When the exarchy is vacant 206 8,321 | Canon 321~1. During the time he is in 207 9,322 | Canon 322~1. When it seems opportune 208 10,323 | Canon 323~1. Clerics, who are also called 209 10,329 | Canon 329~1. The task of fostering vocations 210 10,329 | ministry of the whole Church: (1) parents, teachers and other~ 211 10,330 | Canon 330~1. It is proper for the synod 212 10,331 | Canon 331~1. In the minor seminary, 213 10,332 | Canon 332~1. A minor seminary may be 214 10,334 | Canon 334~1. A seminary is erected by 215 10,335 | Canon 335~1. A seminary legitimately 216 10,336 | Canon 336~1. A seminary common to several 217 10,337 | Canon 337~1. A seminary is to have its 218 10,338 | Canon 338~1. In each and every seminary 219 10,339 | Canon 339~1. There is also to be at 220 10,340 | Canon 340~1. If a curriculum is set 221 10,341 | Canon 341~1. The authority which erected 222 10,342 | Canon 342~1. Only those students are 223 10,344 | Canon 344~1. Adolescents and young people 224 10,346 | Canon 346~1. Those aspiring to the sacred 225 10,346 | strength for apostolic labor: (1) alert to~the word of God, 226 10,348 | Canon 348~1. For those who are destined 227 10,349 | Canon 349~1. Philosophical instruction 228 10,350 | Canon 350~1. Theological disciplines 229 10,352 | Canon 352~1. The pastoral formation 230 10,356 | Canon 356~1. The rector is to send a 231 10,357 | Canon 357~1. Every cleric is to be enrolled 232 10,360 | Canon 360~1. Through a written agreement 233 10,362 | Canon 362~1. For a just reason a cleric 234 10,363 | to move outside of it: (1) the administrator of the 235 10,365 | Canon 365~1. For licit transfer in or 236 10,366 | Canon 366~1. The eparchial bishop is 237 10,366 | to his~eparchy unless: (1) the needs or advantage 238 10,369 | Canon 369~1. The daily reading and meditation 239 10,371 | Canon 371~1. Having fulfilled the requirements 240 10,372 | Canon 372~1. After completing the formation 241 10,381 | Canon 381~1. Clerics are to be ardent 242 10,383 | citizens, nevertheless: (1) they are~forbidden to assume 243 10,384 | Canon 384~1. As ministers of reconciliation 244 10,385 | Canon 385~1. Imbued with Christ's spirit 245 10,386 | Canon 386~1. Clerics, even if they do 246 10,390 | Canon 390~1. Clerics have the right 247 10,394 | loses the clerical state: (1) ~by a judicial sentence 248 11,403 | Canon 403~1. With due regard for the 249 11,404 | Canon 404~1. In addition to catechetical 250 11,408 | Canon 408~1. Lay persons who excel in 251 11,409 | Canon 409~1. Lay persons who devote 252 12,412 | Canon 412~1. All religious are subject 253 12,414 | Canon 414~1. With respect to monasteries 254 12,414 | to the eparchial bishop: (1) to approve typicon of monasteries 255 12,415 | Canon 415~1. All religious are subject 256 12,415 | the matters mentioned in 1 as often as he conducts 257 12,418 | Canon 418~1. Major superiors are: the 258 12,419 | Canon 419~1. The president of a monastic 259 12,420 | Canon 420~1. Major superiors who are 260 12,422 | Canon 422~1. Superiors are to have their 261 12,431 | Canon 431~1. Without the written consent 262 12,431 | patriarch, bishop or~exarch: (1) remains bound by the vows 263 12,431 | patriarch, bishop or exarch: (1) if~through profession he 264 12,433 | Canon 433~1. A monastery is a religious 265 12,435 | Canon 435~1. The eparchial bishop is 266 12,436 | Canon 436~1. Every monastery sui iuris 267 12,437 | Canon 437~1. The permission for erecting 268 12,438 | Canon 438~1. The patriarch is competent 269 12,439 | Canon 439~1. Several monasteries sui 270 12,440 | Canon 440~1. The aggregation of a non-confederated 271 12,441 | Canon 441~1. In monasteries superiors 272 12,443 | Canon 443~1. The superior of a monastery 273 12,444 | Canon 444~1. The office of superior 274 12,447 | Canon 447~1. There shall be a finance 275 12,450 | admitted to the novitiate: ~(1) non-Catholics; (2) those 276 12,450 | mentioned in can. 1426, 1; (3) ~those, who are under 277 12,452 | Canon 452~1. Clerics enrolled in an 278 12,453 | Canon 453~1. It is the superior of an 279 12,456 | Canon 456~1. A monastery sui iuris can 280 12,457 | Canon 457~1. In order that the novitiate 281 12,458 | Canon 458~1. The formation of the novices 282 12,459 | Canon 459~1. Constantly during the novitiate 283 12,460 | due regard for can. 467, 1.~ 284 12,461 | Canon 461~1. A novice can freely leave 285 12,462 | Canon 462~1. The monastic state is definitively 286 12,464 | profession it is required: ~(1) that the novitiate has 287 12,467 | Canon 467~1. A candidate for perpetual 288 12,468 | Canon 468~1. Any temporal goods whatsoever 289 12,471 | Canon 471~1. The manner of formation 290 12,471 | up according to can. 340, 1, or under the direction 291 12,473 | Canon 473~1. In individual monasteries 292 12,473 | accordance with the typicon: (1) who are~not lawfully prevented 293 12,474 | Canon 474~1. The members of monasteries 294 12,475 | Canon 475~1. In each monastery, in accordance 295 12,477 | Canon 477~1. The enclosure shall be 296 12,486 | Canon 486~1. The patriarch can for a 297 12,487 | Canon 487~1. A member cannot transfer 298 12,488 | Canon 488~1. The one who transfers to 299 12,489 | Canon 489~1. The indult of exclaustration 300 12,492 | Canon 492~1. The perpetually professed 301 12,493 | Canon 493~1. The indult of leaving the 302 12,494 | Canon 494~1. A monk in perpetual vows 303 12,496 | Canon 496~1. One who during temporary 304 12,497 | Canon 497~1. A member shall be held 305 12,497 | by the~law itself, who: (1) has publicly rejected the 306 12,498 | Canon 498~1. A member who is the cause 307 12,500 | Canon 500~1. For the dismissal of a 308 12,500 | required for validity: (1) that~there is a lack of 309 12,500 | submitted to those mentioned~in 1. 4. The decree of dismissal 310 12,501 | Canon 501~1. The decree of dismissal 311 12,503 | Canon 503~1. One who lawfully departs 312 12,504 | Canon 504~1. An order is a society erected 313 12,505 | Canon 505~1. An order is of pontifical 314 12,505 | 2. A congregation is: (1) of~pontifical right, if 315 12,506 | Canon 506~1. The eparchial bishop can 316 12,507 | Canon 507~1. An order, even of patriarchal 317 12,508 | Canon 508~1. A province is a part of 318 12,509 | Canon 509~1. An order or congregation 319 12,511 | Canon 511~1. The superiors and synaxes 320 12,512 | Canon 512~1. A general synaxis, which 321 12,513 | Canon 513~1. In order for a member to 322 12,514 | Canon 514~1. Superiors are to be constituted 323 12,515 | Canon 515~1. The superior general is 324 12,516 | Canon 516~1. There shall be finance 325 12,517 | Canon 517~1. One is admitted validly 326 12,522 | Canon 522~1. In order that the novitiate 327 12,523 | Canon 523~1. For validity of the novitiate 328 12,524 | Canon 524~1. A director shall be appointed 329 12,525 | Canon 525~1. The conditions prescribed 330 12,526 | Canon 526~1. The temporary profession, 331 12,527 | profession it is required: (1) ~that the novitiate has 332 12,529 | Canon 529~1. Temporary profession renders 333 12,534 | Canon 534~In congregations: (1) the canonical effects of 334 12,535 | Canon 535~1. In making any kind of profession, 335 12,536 | Canon 536~1. The manner of formation 336 12,536 | to the norm of~can. 471, 1 is to be determined in the 337 12,536 | up according to can. 340,~1, the members must be instructed, 338 12,537 | Canon 537~1. Major superiors can grant, 339 12,538 | Canon 538~1. In each house of orders 340 12,539 | Canon 539~1. The superiors shall see 341 12,544 | Canon 544~1. Within the territorial 342 12,545 | Canon 545~1. The one who transfers must 343 12,546 | Canon 546~1. The temporarily professed 344 12,547 | Canon 547~1. The major superior, having 345 12,548 | Canon 548~1. The indult of exclaustration 346 12,549 | Canon 549~1. A perpetually professed 347 12,549 | can be granted also by: (1) the patriarch with~respect 348 12,552 | Canon 552~1. A temporarily professed 349 12,552 | following must be~observed: (1) the reasons for dismissal 350 12,554 | Canon 554~1. An institute in which the 351 12,558 | Canon 558~1. The society, its provinces 352 12,559 | Canon 559~1. The statutes shall be observed 353 12,560 | Canon 560~1. In accordance with the 354 12,562 | Canon 562~1. In the case of transfer 355 12,563 | Canon 563~1. A secular institute is 356 12,563 | society in which the members: (1) ~strive to dedicate themselves 357 12,567 | Canon 567~1. The secular institutes, 358 12,568 | Canon 568~1. Regarding the admitting 359 13,573 | Canon 573~1. Associations which are 360 13,575 | Canon 575~1. The competent authority 361 13,575 | and their~confederations: (1) the eparchial bishop for 362 13,576 | Canon 576~1. Every association is to 363 13,577 | Canon 577~1. Every association is subject 364 13,578 | Canon 578~1. The reception of members 365 13,579 | association covered by can. 575, 1, n. 2, by the~patriarch, 366 13,583 | Canon 583~1. Associations erected or 367 13,583 | See, can be suppressed: ~(1) by the patriarch with the 368 14,584 | Canon 584~1. The Church, following the 369 14,585 | Canon 585~1. Each of the Churches sui 370 14,587 | Canon 587~1. Persons who desire to join 371 14,591 | zealously take steps that: (1) vocations to~the sacred 372 14,592 | Canon 592~1. In missionary territories 373 14,593 | Canon 593~1. All the presbyters of whatever 374 15,595 | Canon 595~1. The Church, to whom Christ 375 15,597 | Canon 597~1. The Roman Pontiff, in virtue 376 15,606 | Canon 606~1. Theologians with their 377 15,610 | Canon 610~1. Bishops have the right 378 15,612 | Canon 612~1. In religious institutes 379 15,614 | Canon 614~1. The homily, in which during 380 15,616 | Canon 616~1. The preachers of the word 381 15,621 | Canon 621~1. The synod of bishops of 382 15,622 | Canon 622~1. In each Church sui iuris 383 15,623 | Canon 623~1. It is the responsibility 384 15,624 | Canon 624~1. The pastor should, keeping 385 15,627 | Canon 627~1. The responsibility for 386 15,628 | Canon 628~1. The Church, which has generated 387 15,630 | Canon 630~1. The Christian faithful 388 15,631 | Canon 631~1. Among the various means 389 15,633 | Canon 633~1. The eparchial bishop has 390 15,634 | Canon 634~1. The Catholic school has 391 15,636 | Canon 636~1. Catechetical formation 392 15,638 | Canon 638~1. The eparchial bishop has 393 15,640 | Canon 640~1. The Catholic university 394 15,642 | Canon 642~1. A Catholic university is 395 15,647 | universities and faculties is: (1) to~inquire more deeply 396 15,651 | Canon 651~1. In the fulfillment of its 397 15,652 | Canon 652~1. Eparchial bishops are to 398 15,655 | Canon 655~1. The Christian faithful 399 15,656 | Canon 656~1. Only books with ecclesiastical 400 15,657 | Canon 657~1. The approval of liturgical 401 15,657 | referred to in can. 662, 1. 4. In~making changes in 402 15,657 | is to be paid to~can. 40, 1.~ 403 15,658 | Canon 658~1. Catechisms and other writings 404 15,661 | Canon 661~1. Ecclesiastical permission, 405 15,662 | Canon 662~1. Ecclesiastical approval 406 15,663 | Canon 663~1. Permission to publish a 407 15,664 | Canon 664~1. The local hierarch may 408 15,665 | Canon 665~1. Pastors and rectors of 409 15,665 | those~things mentioned in 1.~ 410 15,666 | Canon 666~1. The fruit of an author' 411 16,668 | Canon 668~1. Divine worship, if it is 412 16,668 | due regard for can. 199, 1; no other person can add 413 16,670 | Canon 670~1. For a just cause Catholics 414 16,671 | Canon 671~1. Catholic ministers licitly 415 16,672 | Canon 672~1. The sacraments of baptism, 416 16,674 | Canon 674~1. In celebrating the sacraments 417 16,675 | Canon 675~1. In baptism a person through 418 16,677 | Canon 677~1. Baptism is administered 419 16,678 | Canon 678~1. In the territory of another 420 16,681 | Canon 681~1. For an infant to be licitly 421 16,681 | it is necessary that: ~(1) there is a founded hope 422 16,682 | Canon 682~1. For a person who is no 423 16,684 | Canon 684~1. According to the most ancient 424 16,685 | Canon 685~1. For a person to fulfill 425 16,685 | necessary that he or she: (1) be initiated with the three 426 16,686 | Canon 686~1. Parents are held to the 427 16,687 | Canon 687~1. Outside of a case of necessity, 428 16,689 | Canon 689~1. The pastor of the place 429 16,689 | according to the norms of 1 and 2 and with due regard 430 16,695 | Canon 695~1. Chrismation with holy myron 431 16,696 | Canon 696~1. All presbyters of the Eastern 432 16,699 | Canon 699~1. Only bishops and presbyters 433 16,700 | Canon 700~1. With regard to the manner 434 16,703 | Canon 703~1. A priest who is unknown 435 16,705 | Canon 705~1. A Catholic priest can celebrate 436 16,707 | Canon 707~1. The preparation of the 437 16,709 | Canon 709~1. The priest distributes 438 16,713 | Canon 713~1. The Divine Eucharist is 439 16,714 | Canon 714~1. In churches where public 440 16,715 | Canon 715~1. It is permissible for the 441 16,720 | Canon 720~1. Individual and integral 442 16,720 | cannot be imparted unless: (1) the danger~of death is 443 16,721 | Canon 721~1. For a member of the Christian 444 16,722 | Canon 722~1. Only a priest is the minister 445 16,723 | Canon 723~1. In virtue of his office 446 16,724 | Canon 724~1. Only the local hierarch 447 16,726 | Canon 726~1. The faculty of administering 448 16,728 | Canon 728~1. Absolution from the following 449 16,728 | reserved to the Apostolic See: (1) direct violation of the 450 16,729 | from sin lacks all force: (1) ~if a sick person who cannot 451 16,732 | Canon 732~1. The confessor is to offer 452 16,733 | Canon 733~1. The sacramental seal is 453 16,734 | Canon 734~1. A confessor is absolutely 454 16,735 | Canon 735~1. All to whom the care of 455 16,736 | Canon 736~1. The proper place for celebrating 456 16,737 | Canon 737~1. By the sacramental anointing 457 16,739 | Canon 739~1. All priests, and only priests, 458 16,746 | Canon 746~1. A bishop should be ordained 459 16,748 | Canon 748~1. With regard to sacred ordination, 460 16,750 | Canon 750~1. With due regard for cann. 461 16,750 | cann. 472, 537, and 560, 1, the following can give 462 16,750 | give dimissorial letters: (1) the proper eparchial~bishop; ( 463 16,758 | Canon 758~1. To be ordained licitly 464 16,758 | following are required: (1) ~chrismation with holy 465 16,759 | Canon 759~1. The prescribed age for 466 16,760 | Canon 760~1. It is permissible to ordain 467 16,762 | Canon 762~1. The following are impeded 468 16,762 | receiving sacred orders: (1) ~a person who labors under 469 16,762 | acts which are mentioned~in 1, nn. 2-6 do not produce 470 16,763 | exercising sacred orders: (1) a~person who illegitimately 471 16,763 | is mentioned in can. 762, 1, nn.~2-6; (3) a person who 472 16,763 | is mentioned in can. 762, 1, n. 1,~until the hierarch, 473 16,763 | mentioned in can. 762, 1, n. 1,~until the hierarch, after 474 16,767 | Canon 767~1. The eparchial bishop or 475 16,767 | in the following cases: (1) if the deed, upon which 476 16,767 | impediments~mentioned in can. 762, 1, nn. 2-4. 2. Dispensation 477 16,768 | Canon 768~1. In the petition for obtaining 478 16,768 | those mentioned in can. 762, 1, n. 4, and those~taken to 479 16,769 | Canon 769~1. The authority who admits 480 16,769 | ordination~should obtain: (1) the declaration which is 481 16,771 | Canon 771~1. The names of the candidates 482 16,774 | Canon 774~1. After the sacred ordination 483 16,776 | Canon 776~1. The matrimonial covenant, 484 16,780 | Canon 780~1. Even if only one party 485 16,780 | non-Catholic is also regulated by: (1) the law proper to the Church~ 486 16,781 | baptized non-Catholics: (1) there is to be concern 487 16,782 | Canon 782~1. Engagements, which praiseworthily 488 16,783 | Canon 783~1. Pastors of souls are obliged 489 16,783 | the matrimonial state: (1) by preaching and catechesis 490 16,785 | Canon 785~1. Pastors of souls are obliged 491 16,789 | hierarch, is not to bless: (1) ~the marriage of transients; ( 492 16,790 | Canon 790~1. A diriment impediment disqualifies 493 16,794 | Canon 794~1. In a special case, the 494 16,795 | Canon 795~1. The local hierarch can 495 16,795 | except those which follow: (1) holy orders; (2) ~public 496 16,796 | Canon 796~1. In danger of death, the 497 16,797 | Canon 797~1. If an impediment is discovered 498 16,797 | those mentioned in can. 795,~1, nn. 1 and 2 is held by 499 16,797 | mentioned in can. 795,~1, nn. 1 and 2 is held by the local 500 16,798 | in cann. 796, 2 and 797, 1 are to inform~immediately


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