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1 Prel,1 | relations with the~Latin Church, it is expressly stated 2 1,7 | God has entrusted to the Church to fulfill in the world. 3 1,7 | fulfill in the world. 2. This Church, constituted and organized~ 4 1,7 | subsists in the Catholic Church,~governed by the successor 5 1,8 | communion with the Catholic Church on this earth are~those 6 1,9 | catechumens are in union with the Church in a special~manner, that 7 1,9 | be incorporated into the Church by explicit choice and are~ 8 1,9 | therefore united with the Church by that choice just as by 9 1,9 | charity which they lead; the Church already~cherishes them as 10 1,9 | them as its own. 2. The Church has special care for~catechumens, 11 1,10 | living~magisterium of the Church, the Christian faithful 12 1,12 | maintain communion with the~Church. 2. They are to fulfill 13 1,12 | they owe to the universal Church and to their own Church~ 14 1,12 | Church and to their own Church~sui iuris.~ 15 1,13 | promote the~growth of the Church and its continual sanctification.~ 16 1,15 | what the pastors~of the Church, as representatives of Christ, 17 1,15 | determine as leaders of the Church. 2. The~Christian faithful 18 1,15 | desires to the pastors of the Church. ~3. In accord with the 19 1,15 | manifest to the pastors of the Church their opinion on matters~ 20 1,15 | pertain to the good of the Church, and they have a right to~ 21 1,16 | from~the pastors of the Church from the spiritual goods 22 1,16 | the spiritual goods of the Church,~especially the word of 23 1,17 | prescriptions of their own Church sui iuris, and to follow~ 24 1,17 | with the teaching of~the Church.~ 25 1,19 | participate in the mission~of the Church, have the right to promote 26 1,21 | for the magisterium of the Church.~ 27 1,24 | which they enjoy in the Church before a competent~ecclesiastical 28 1,25 | assist with the needs~of the Church so that the Church has what 29 1,25 | of the Church so that the Church has what is necessary for 30 1,26 | of the common good of the Church and of the rights of others 31 2,27 | supreme authority of the Church expressly or tacitly recognizes 32 2,27 | is called in this Code~a Church sui iuris.~ 33 2,28 | faith is~manifested in each Church sui iuris. 2. The rites 34 2,29 | of age is enrolled in the Church sui iuris of the~Catholic 35 2,29 | Catholic father; or the Church sui iuris of the mother 36 2,29 | mother, he is enrolled~in the Church sui iuris to which the mother 37 2,29 | is to be enrolled in the Church sui iuris of~those in whose 38 2,29 | is to be a member of the Church sui iuris of the one who 39 2,30 | age can freely select any Church sui iuris in which he or 40 2,30 | baptism received in that same~Church, with due regard for particular 41 2,31 | faithful to~transfer to another Church sui iuris.~ 42 2,32 | validly transfer to another Church sui iuris~without the consent 43 2,32 | an eparchy of a certain Church sui iuris~who petition to 44 2,32 | petition to transfer to another Church sui iuris which has~its 45 2,33 | liberty to transfer to the Church of the husband at~the celebration 46 2,33 | freely return to the original Church sui iuris.~ 47 2,34 | marriage, transfer to another Church sui iuris, children under~ 48 2,34 | are enrolled in the same~Church; if in a marriage of Catholics 49 2,34 | parent transfers~to another Church sui iuris, the children 50 2,34 | can return to the original Church sui iuris.~ 51 2,35 | communion with the Catholic Church should retain and practice 52 2,35 | are to be enrolled in the Church sui iuris of the same~rite 53 2,36 | The transfer to another Church sui iuris takes effect at 54 2,36 | proper pastor of the same Church or a priest delegated by 55 2,37 | enrollment in a certain Church sui iuris or transfer to~ 56 2,37 | iuris or transfer to~another Church sui iuris should be recorded 57 2,37 | archive of the parish of the Church sui iuris of enrollment.~ 58 2,38 | hierarch or pastor of another Church sui iuris, nevertheless 59 2,38 | remain enrolled in their own Church.~ 60 2,39 | patrimony of the entire~Church of Christ, in which there 61 2,41 | Christian faithful of any Church sui iuris, even the Latin~ 62 2,41 | sui iuris, even the Latin~Church, who have frequent relations 63 2,41 | Christian faithful~of another Church sui iuris by reason of their 64 2,41 | practice of the rite of that Church in keeping with the seriousness 65 3 | Supreme Authority of the Church~ 66 3,43 | Canon 43~The bishop of the Church of Rome, in whom resides 67 3,43 | and Pastor of the entire~Church on earth; therefore, in 68 3,43 | universal ordinary power in~the Church which he can always freely 69 3,44 | and supreme power in the~Church by means of legitimate election 70 3,45 | has power over the entire Church but also possesses a primacy 71 3,45 | the supreme pastor of the Church is always~united in communion 72 3,45 | bishops and with the entire~Church; however, he has the right, 73 3,45 | according to the needs of the~Church, to determine the manner, 74 3,47 | governance of the entire Church; however, special laws enacted 75 3,49 | power over the universal Church.~ 76 3,50 | exercises power over the entire~Church in a solemn manner in an 77 3,50 | keeping with the needs of the Church, to select and~promote the 78 3,50 | function regarding the entire Church.~ 79 3,52 | supreme~authority of the Church can also call others who 80 4,55 | ancient tradition of the Church, already~recognized by the 81 4,55 | institution has existed in the Church; for this reason a special~ 82 4,55 | presides over his patriarchal Church as~father and head.~ 83 4,56 | Christian faithful of the~Church over which he presides according 84 4,56 | supreme authority of the Church.~ 85 4,57 | supreme authority of the~Church. 2. Only the supreme authority 86 4,57 | supreme authority of the Church can modify the legitimately 87 4,57 | title of each patriarchal Church. 3. If it is possible, a 88 4,57 | possible, a patriarchal Church must~have a permanent see 89 4,57 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church and the assent of the Roman 90 4,60 | Christian faithful~of the Church over which he presides and 91 4,60 | celebrations of the same Church, a patriarch precedes other 92 4,63 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church.~ 93 4,65 | bishops of the patriarchal Church must be~convened in the 94 4,65 | administrator of the patriarchal Church with~the consent of the 95 4,65 | bishops of~the patriarchal Church must be convened within 96 4,66 | bishops of the patriarchal Church enjoy an active vote. ~2. 97 4,66 | bishops of the patriarchal Church to be present in the~room 98 4,66 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church to be involved in the election 99 4,68 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. The legitimacy of the impediment 100 4,69 | bishops of the patriarchal Church, excluding those who~are 101 4,70 | bishops of the patriarchal Church for the election of~the 102 4,70 | administrator of the patriarchal Church.~ 103 4,72 | bishops of the patriarchal Church, the matter devolves to 104 4,73 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church, is immediately to communicate 105 4,73 | used in that patriarchal Church. However, if the one who 106 4,73 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church is suspended and notification 107 4,75 | bishops of the patriarchal Church proceeds with his proclamation 108 4,76 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church notifies the Roman Pontiff 109 4,77 | bishops of the patriarchal Church nor ordain bishops~before 110 4,78 | Christian faithful of the Church over which he presides is 111 4,78 | for the entire patriarchal Church nor can he~delegate his 112 4,78 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church unless the nature of the~ 113 4,79 | represents the patriarchal Church in all its juridic affairs.~ 114 4,81 | Pontiff for the patriarchal Church concerning~bishops or others 115 4,82 | Christian~faithful of the entire Church over which he presides for 116 4,82 | encyclical letters to the entire Church over which he presides concerning 117 4,82 | with respect to his own Church and rite. 2. The~patriarch 118 4,82 | consecrated life of the entire Church over which~he presides to 119 4,82 | which concern the entire Church over which he presides or 120 4,82 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church, or even the patriarchal 121 4,83 | the patriarch can visit a church, city, or eparchy either 122 4,84 | eparchial bishops of the Church over which he~presides, 123 4,84 | Christian faithful of each Church sui iuris. Thus, in a united 124 4,84 | which concern the~entire Church over which he presides or 125 4,85 | bishops of the patriarchal Church and having consulted the 126 4,85 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church, the patriarch is competent: ( 127 4,85 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is to resolve the~matter 128 4,86 | and other bishops of the Church over which he presides who 129 4,86 | territorial boundaries~of the same Church unless in a special case 130 4,87 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church according to the norms of 131 4,88 | Bishops of the patriarchal Church must show honor and obsequium 132 4,89 | regard the entire~patriarchal Church to any cleric, after having 133 4,89 | particular law of the patriarchal Church requires the consent of 134 4,89 | dignity in his own~patriarchal Church on any cleric with due regard 135 4,92 | supreme pastor of~the entire Church. 2. The patriarch must make 136 4,92 | and other clerics of the Church over which he~presides. 137 4,92 | concerning the state of~the Church over which he presides. 138 4,92 | primacy over~the entire Church.~ 139 4,94 | the people of~the entire Church over which he presides on 140 4,96 | local hierarch in the entire Church over which he presides.~ 141 4,98 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church and the prior assent of 142 4,102 | bishops of the patriarchal Church~wherever they are constituted, 143 4,102 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. 2. With regard to eparchial~ 144 4,102 | boundaries of the~patriarchal Church and titular bishops, particular 145 4,103 | bishops of the patriarchal Church and to preside over it.~ 146 4,104 | bishops of~the patriarchal Church are bound by the serious 147 4,104 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. The~bishops who are present 148 4,105 | bishops of the patriarchal Church can~send a proxy in his 149 4,106 | bishops of the patriarchal Church must be convoked whenever: ( 150 4,106 | bishops of the patriarchal Church or which, in order to be 151 4,106 | bishops of the patriarchal Church must be convoked at the 152 4,107 | bishops of~the patriarchal Church is canonical and any individual 153 4,107 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church is free to establish norms 154 4,108 | bishops of the patriarchal Church and also, with the consent 155 4,108 | bishops of the patriarchal Church,~the patriarch is also to 156 4,108 | bishops~of the patriarchal Church, individual bishops can 157 4,109 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church, none of the bishops is 158 4,110 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is exclusively competent 159 4,110 | for the entire patriarchal Church which~obtain force according 160 4,110 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is the tribunal in~the patriarchal 161 4,110 | tribunal in~the patriarchal Church according to the norm of 162 4,110 | bishops of the patriarchal Church conducts the election of 163 4,110 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church is not competent for administrative 164 4,110 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church.~ 165 4,111 | bishops of the patriarchal Church designates~the manner and 166 4,111 | bishops of~the patriarchal Church, with due regard for the 167 4,112 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is the competence~of the 168 4,112 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is the competence of the 169 4,113 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is to draw up its~statutes 170 4,114 | tribunal of the patriarchal Church, the patriarchal finance 171 4,114 | the clergy of the entire Church over which he presides, 172 4,115 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church among whom as least two 173 4,115 | bishops of the patriarchal Church, substitute alternately 174 4,119 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is being held, the decision 175 4,119 | bishops of the patriarchal Church.~ 176 4,121 | bishops~of the patriarchal Church, the permanent synod cannot 177 4,121 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is to elect two bishops, 178 4,122 | goods of the patriarchal~Church, the patriarch, with the 179 4,122 | bishops of the patriarchal Church or, if there is danger in~ 180 4,122 | bishops of the patriarchal Church can require a report on 181 4,123 | notaries for~the entire Church over which he presides, 182 4,124 | which every patriarchal Church must~have, and other commissions 183 4,125 | bishops of the patriarchal Church.~ 184 4,126 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is competent to accept the 185 4,127 | administrator of the patriarchal Church~is the senior bishop according 186 4,128 | administrator of the patriarchal Church is: (1) immediately~to inform 187 4,128 | bishops of the patriarchal Church of the vacancy of the patriarchal 188 4,128 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church for the election of a patriarch 189 4,129 | administrator of the patriarchal Church in the eparchy of the~patriarch, 190 4,130 | bishops of the patriarchal Church passes to the administrator 191 4,130 | administrator of~the patriarchal Church. 2. The administrator of 192 4,130 | administrator of a patriarchal~Church cannot remove from office 193 4,130 | administrator of a patriarchal Church~precedes all bishops of 194 4,130 | all bishops of the same Church, not however in the synod~ 195 4,130 | bishops of the patriarchal Church for the election of a patriarch.~ 196 4,131 | administrator of a patriarchal Church must account as soon as~ 197 4,132 | eparchial bishops of the Church over which he presides, 198 4,132 | governance of the patriarchal Church according to the norms of~ 199 4,132 | territorial boundaries of the same Church who is the senior according 200 4,132 | governs the patriarchal Church in the interim. 3. ~Whoever 201 4,133 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church, in the eparchies of his 202 4,133 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church; to prepare useful questions 203 4,137 | bishops of the patriarchal Church is to define more~precisely 204 4,137 | customs of its~own patriarchal Church and also the circumstances 205 4,138 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church are the same~as those prescribed 206 4,138 | bishops of the patriarchal Church and approved by the Apostolic 207 4,139 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church and does not belong~to a 208 4,140 | consultative group of the entire~Church over which the patriarch 209 4,140 | bishops of the patriarchal Church in~dealing with matters 210 4,140 | the common good of its own Church~as well as the common good 211 4,141 | bishops of the patriarchal Church~considers it useful.~ 212 4,143 | territorial boundaries of~the Church in which the assembly is 213 4,143 | proxy. 3. Persons of another Church sui iuris can be invited~ 214 4,144 | bishops of the patriarchal Church are to determine the matters~ 215 4,145 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church.~ 216 4,146 | 1. The territory of the Church over which the patriarch 217 4,146 | rite proper to~the same Church is observed and the patriarch 218 4,146 | boundaries~of the patriarchal Church arises or if it is a case 219 4,146 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church is to investigate the matter, 220 4,146 | administrative authority of each Church sui iuris concerned,~and, 221 4,147 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church, the~power of the patriarch 222 4,147 | who are enrolled in that Church, but also~on others who 223 4,147 | local hierarch of their own Church~sui iuris constituted in 224 4,147 | remain enrolled in their own Church, are committed to the care 225 4,147 | hierarchs of that patriarchal Church with due regard for~can. 226 4,148 | territorial boundaries of the Church over~which he presides even 227 4,148 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church, can propose opportune means 228 4,148 | Christian~faithful of the Church over which he presides, 229 4,149 | bishops of the patriarchal Church, fulfilling the~norms of 230 4,149 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church and through the patriarch 231 4,150 | boundaries of~the patriarchal Church have all the synodal rights 232 4,150 | other bishops of the same Church with due regard for~can. 233 4,150 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church and promulgated by the patriarch, 234 4,150 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church. 3. Eparchial bishops~constituted 235 4,150 | boundaries of the patriarchal~Church, who desire to do so, can 236 5,151 | Supreme Authority of the Church, who presides~over an entire 237 5,151 | presides~over an entire Eastern Church sui iuris not endowed with 238 5,153 | the major archiepiscopal Church must notify the Roman~Pontiff 239 5,153 | the major archiepiscopal Church, must make a profession 240 5,154 | to the order in which the Church over which~they preside 241 5,154 | as a major archiepiscopal Church.~ ~ 242 6,155 | Canon 155~1. A metropolitan Church sui iuris is presided over 243 6,155 | supreme authority of the Church to erect, modify, suppress 244 6,156 | communion of the metropolitan Church sui iuris with the Roman 245 6,157 | faithful of the~metropolitan Church over which he presides, 246 6,157 | the~entire metropolitan Church sui iuris nor delegate his 247 6,157 | boundaries of the metropolitan Church sui iuris. 3. ~The metropolitan 248 6,157 | represents the metropolitan Church sui iuris in~all its juridic 249 6,158 | see of the metropolitan Church sui iuris is to be in the~ 250 6,158 | who presides over the~same Church, takes his title. 2. The 251 6,159 | 159~In the metropolitan Church sui iuris over which he 252 6,159 | enthrone bishops of the same~Church within the time determined 253 6,162 | the other clergy of the~Church over which he presides, 254 6,163 | bishops of the metropolitan~Church over which he presides.~ 255 6,164 | bishops of the metropolitan Church sui iuris wherever~they 256 6,164 | 1434. Bishops of another Church sui iuris can~be invited 257 6,164 | bishops of the metropolitan Church sui iuris can~have this 258 6,167 | the particular law of a Church sui iuris. ~2. The metropolitan 259 6,167 | presides over a metropolitan Church sui iuris also has the right 260 6,167 | administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, however, with 261 6,168 | concerning the needs of the Church and the special talents~ 262 6,172 | Canon 172~In a metropolitan Church sui iuris an assembly is 263 6,173 | metropolitan see in an metropolitan Church sui iuris: (1) the administrator 264 6,173 | administrator of the metropolitan~Church sui iuris is the eparchial 265 6,173 | eparchial bishop of the same Church~senior according to episcopal 266 6,173 | administrator of a metropolitan Church sui iuris~passes the ordinary 267 6,174 | Canon 174~A Church sui iuris, which is neither 268 6,176 | administrative authority of a Church sui iuris, the competent 269 7,177 | constitutes a particular Church in which the one, holy, 270 7,177 | catholic and~apostolic Church of Christ is truly present 271 7,177 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, can. 85,~1 is to be observed; 272 7,178 | Supreme Authority of the Church and can~be defined with 273 7,178 | should the usefulness of the~Church or the Christian faithful 274 7,179 | whatever other function in the Church they exercise or exercised, 275 7,181 | boundaries of the patriarchal~Church are nominated to a vacant 276 7,182 | bishops of the patriarchal Church who~can, according to the 277 7,182 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church. The patriarch, if the case 278 7,182 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church is to examine the names 279 7,183 | bishops of~the patriarchal Church are present in the designated 280 7,186 | bishops of the patriarchal Church cannot be~convened, the 281 7,187 | determined function in the Church is committed to him. 2. 282 7,192 | age, condition, nation or Church sui iuris, both those who 283 7,192 | principles~approved by the Church. 3. The eparchial bishop 284 7,193 | Christian faithful~of another Church sui iuris are committed 285 7,193 | retain the rite of their own Church, cultivate and~observe it 286 7,193 | higher authority of that Church. 2. The eparchial bishop~ 287 7,193 | presbyters or pastors of the same~Church sui iuris as the Christian 288 7,194 | particular~law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 289 7,198 | particular law of his own~Church sui iuris.~ 290 7,199 | legitimate customs of~his own Church sui iuris. 2. The eparchial 291 7,199 | lawful customs of~his own Church sui iuris; also, in any 292 7,199 | in the cathedral or~other church, especially on holy days 293 7,201 | the unity of the entire~Church, the eparchial bishop is 294 7,201 | common discipline~of the Church as well as to urge the observance 295 7,204 | the tradition of his own Church sui iuris. 4. If an eparchial~ 296 7,204 | boundaries~of the patriarchal Church has been unlawfully absent 297 7,206 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church is obliged to make a~report 298 7,206 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. The bishop is to~submit 299 7,206 | bishops of a patriarchal Church or metropolitan Church sui 300 7,206 | patriarchal Church or metropolitan Church sui iuris,~they are to send 301 7,207 | eparchial bishop of any Church sui iuris, even of the Latin~ 302 7,207 | iuris, even of the Latin~Church, is to inform the Apostolic 303 7,207 | are enrolled in another Church sui~iuris, are committed 304 7,208 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, within five years of~his 305 7,208 | primacy over the entire Church. ~2. Other eparchial bishops 306 7,208 | bishops of a patriarchal Church, it~is desirable that at 307 7,210 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church;~in other cases, it is submitted 308 7,210 | belongs to a patriarchal Church, the patriarch is to~be 309 7,210 | bishops of the patriarchal Church.~ 310 7,211 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, by the~patriarch with the 311 7,211 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. 2. The synod of bishops 312 7,211 | bishops of the patriarch Church~or council of hierarchs 313 7,213 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church is required. 3. The rights 314 7,220 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, in addition to cann. 225- 315 7,220 | particular law of the patriarchal~Church or by the Roman Pontiff; ( 316 7,221 | eparchy of a patriarchal Church, the patriarch; (2) until 317 7,221 | belongs to a patriarchal Church, also the patriarch.~ 318 7,224 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, until the administrator 319 7,224 | law of his own patriarchal Church.~ 320 7,231 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church is the competency~of the 321 7,232 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church, if the eparchial finance 322 7,233 | territorial boundaries of the Church over which he~presides or 323 7,233 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church is to notify~the patriarch 324 7,233 | belongs to a patriarchal Church, the~patriarch as well.~ 325 7,242 | the particular law of his~Church sui iuris has determined.~ 326 7,246 | faithful enrolled in another Church sui~iuris or a certain group 327 7,247 | particular~law of their Church sui iuris has established 328 7,247 | eparchy, even of another~Church sui iuris, but with the 329 7,261 | is to be preserved in the~church's own archive and the other 330 7,263 | the particular law of his Church sui iuris, always without 331 7,265 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 332 7,266 | particular law of their Church sui iuris; (2) some~priests, 333 7,273 | even if they are of another Church sui iuris. 4. No one except~ 334 7,277 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, must not be joined 335 7,278 | things which pertain to the~Church are not lost or removed. 336 7,280 | Christian faithful in another Church sui iuris or even upon some~ 337 7,282 | can erect a parish in the~church of the same institute or 338 7,282 | institute or society~in that church and what are those of the 339 7,284 | particular law of the~proper Church sui iuris. 3. The pastor 340 7,284 | the particular law of his~Church sui iuris permits it.~ 341 7,287 | the particular law of the Church sui iuris allows it, a parish 342 7,292 | parish house near the parish church. However the local hierarch,~ 343 7,293 | baptized in the Catholic Church~who have absented themselves 344 7,294 | the particular law of his~Church sui iuris.~ 345 7,295 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris.~ 346 7,296 | particular law of its own Church sui iuris or, if there are 347 7,296 | baptized into a determined Church~sui iuris according to the 348 7,297 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, is to provide 349 7,304 | Canon 304~The rector of a church is a presbyter, to whom 350 7,304 | is given the care~of some church which is neither parochial 351 7,305 | Canon 305~1. The rector of a church is named by the eparchial 352 7,305 | appointment. 2. Even if the church belongs to some clerical 353 7,305 | to name the rector of a church proposed~by the superior. 354 7,305 | the superior. 3. If the church is connected with a seminary~ 355 7,305 | time, the rector of the~church unless the eparchial bishop 356 7,306 | Canon 306~1. In the church committed to him the rector 357 7,306 | to him the rector of the church is~not permitted to perform 358 7,306 | 2. 2. The rector of the church can~celebrate the Divine 359 7,307 | can order the rector of a church to celebrate specific sacred 360 7,307 | even parochial ones, in the church committed to him, and to 361 7,307 | to him, and to make the~church available to certain groups 362 7,308 | presumed, of the rector of the~church or higher authority, no 363 7,308 | sacred functions in the church; but this permission must 364 7,309 | rights, the rector of the~church must see that the Divine 365 7,309 | praises are celebrated in the church according to the prescriptions 366 7,310 | can remove the rector of a church for a just~cause. If the 367 7,310 | cause. If the rector of the church is a member of a religious~ 368 8,311 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church, can. 85, 3 is to be observed. 369 8,314 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church~the exarch is appointed 370 8,314 | bishops of the patriarchal Church. 3. The exarch~takes canonical 371 8,315 | boundaries of~the patriarchal Church can petition from the patriarch 372 8,318 | belongs to a patriarchal Church, must~also send a copy of 373 9,322 | the rite of each and every Church sui iuris or to the authority~ 374 9,322 | communion with~the Catholic Church. The statutes, to be valid, 375 10,323 | ordination to be ministers of the Church participating in the~mission 376 10,327 | particular law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 377 10,328 | right and obligation of the Church to train clerics and her 378 10,329 | of~ministry of the whole Church: (1) parents, teachers and 379 10,329 | the needs of the universal~Church, especially missionary needs.~ 380 10,330 | bishops of the patriarchal~Church or council of hierarchs 381 10,330 | territorial boundaries of its own Church. In other cases it is proper 382 10,330 | the tradition~of its own Church sui iuris, the program of 383 10,332 | eparchy if the good~of the Church demands it and the personnel 384 10,332 | eparchy or, if not a whole Church~sui iuris, at least, by 385 10,332 | several eparchies of~the same Church sui iuris, and even of diverse 386 10,333 | reserved to students of one Church sui iuris, on account of 387 10,333 | circumstances students of another Church sui~iuris can be admitted 388 10,334 | authority is of a metropolitan Church sui iuris or with the consent 389 10,334 | bishops of the patriarchal Church if it is a~patriarchal Church. 390 10,334 | Church if it is a~patriarchal Church. 2. Eparchial bishops, for 391 10,340 | future ministers of the Church, aimed at a unity of faith 392 10,340 | doctors highly praised by the Church, especially of~the East, 393 10,343 | into a seminary of another Church sui~iuris, or into a common 394 10,345 | Christ in the midst of~the Church, a light and the salt for 395 10,346 | venerable tradition of their own Church sui iuris; further, spiritual 396 10,346 | according to the mind of the Church and~its service as well 397 10,350 | which Christ wished for His Church has~not been fully brought 398 10,351 | magisterium and supervision of the Church.~ 399 10,352 | the ministry in their own~Church sui iuris, they are to be 400 10,352 | the needs of the universal Church,~and especially about the 401 10,354 | traditions of their own Church sui iuris concerning the 402 10,357 | territorial boundaries of the Church over which he presides, 403 10,357 | states, to the patriarchal Church itself,~unless the law has 404 10,358 | particular law of his own Church sui iuris, he has~already 405 10,361 | evangelization of the whole Church, is~not to be denied a transfer 406 10,361 | need in his own eparchy or Church sui iuris.~ 407 10,363 | administrator of the patriarchal Church,~without the consent of 408 10,365 | as the advantage of the Church or the good of the cleric~ 409 10,365 | the particular law of the Church sui~iuris so prescribes, 410 10,365 | to an eparchy of another Church sui iuris that the eparchial~ 411 10,366 | cleric is coming~from another Church sui iuris; (3) he is convinced 412 10,367 | Body of~Christ which is the Church.~ 413 10,369 | pious exercises of their own Church sui iuris. 2. They are to~ 414 10,371 | exercised in the service of the Church. 2. ~Clerics are to accept 415 10,371 | authority, the needs of~the Church require it. 3. However in 416 10,373 | the tradition of the whole Church; likewise, the hallowed 417 10,373 | clerics in the primitive~Church and in the tradition of 418 10,377 | particular law of their own Church sui iuris.~ 419 10,379 | 379~Clerics of whatever Church sui iuris linked as brothers 420 10,381 | the spiritual goods of the Church, especially the word of~ 421 10,381 | have in~the mission of the Church, especially by testing the 422 10,381 | people for the good of the Church especially in ways~provided 423 10,384 | protect the rights of the Church or to promote the common 424 10,389 | referred~to the forum of the Church and this should also be 425 10,397 | bishops of the~patriarchal Church or, if there is danger in 426 10,397 | boundaries of his own patriarchal Church and who are not bound by~ 427 11,399 | participate in the mission of the Church, and~are not in holy orders 428 11,402 | by the magisterium of the Church; but they are to avoid proposing 429 11,402 | opinion as the teaching of the Church in questions which are open~ 430 11,403 | liturgical celebrations of any Church sui~iuris whatsoever, according 431 11,403 | If the necessity of the Church and genuine advantage so 432 11,404 | authentic~magisterium of the Church, so that they may be able 433 11,408 | particular law of their own Church. 3. ~Lay persons are fully 434 11,409 | some special service of the Church are obliged to acquire the~ 435 12,410 | institute approved by the Church, in which the Christian 436 12,410 | for the building up of the Church~and the salvation of the 437 12,412 | primacy over~the universal Church, contemplating the common 438 12,414 | territorial boundaries of the~Church over which he presides; 439 12,431 | bishops of a patriarchal Church~and without prejudice to 440 12,431 | acquires for the patriarchal Church, eparchy, or exarchy; all 441 12,432 | religious institute of any Church sui iuris, also of the Latin 442 12,432 | iuris, also of the Latin Church, which~with the approval 443 12,432 | See is attached to another~Church sui iuris, must observe 444 12,432 | prescriptions of this latter~Church, save for the prescriptions 445 12,435 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church, or, in other instances, 446 12,437 | the permission to have a church and to perform sacred ministries 447 12,438 | territorial boundaries of the Church over which he presides, 448 12,438 | stauropegial, upon the patriarchal Church. The~property of a suppressed 449 12,439 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church~may be established after 450 12,440 | boundaries of a patriarchal~Church can be suppressed only by 451 12,440 | bishops of the patriarchal Church, after consultation with 452 12,451 | of a monastery of~another Church sui iuris without the permission 453 12,451 | dependent monastery of their own Church as mentioned in can. 432.~ 454 12,480 | cannot be established in the church of a monastery, nor~can 455 12,480 | territorial boundaries of the Church over which~he presides, 456 12,487 | to~a monastery of another Church sui iuris the permission 457 12,496 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church.~ 458 12,499 | boundaries of a patriarchal Church.~ 459 12,501 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church,~to the patriarch. 4. If 460 12,506 | boundaries of a patriarchal~Church, without consulting the 461 12,506 | boundaries~of patriarchal Church, has spread to several eparchies 462 12,507 | territorial boundaries of the Church over~which he presides, 463 12,509 | boundaries of the patriarchal~Church, or in other cases, the 464 12,517 | religious institute of another~Church sui iuris without the permission 465 12,517 | in can. 432, of the same Church.~ 466 12,537 | given permission, is of a Church sui iuris~different from 467 12,544 | boundaries of the patriarchal Church~a member can validly transfer 468 12,544 | religious institute of another Church sui iuris.~ 469 12,549 | territorial~boundaries of the Church over which he presides, 470 12,562 | to a society of another Church sui iuris,~also the consent 471 12,563 | sacred bond recognized by the Church; (2) exercise an apostolic 472 12,569 | the particular law of each Church sui iuris to~enact more 473 12,571 | life as entrusted to the Church~by the Holy Spirit, and 474 12,572 | particular~law of their own Church sui iuris or established 475 13,573 | are~juridic persons in the Church and are called public associations. ~ 476 13,573 | are not recognized in the Church, unless their statutes~are 477 13,574 | doctrine in~the name of the Church or to promote public worship 478 13,575 | patriarchal or metropolitan Church sui iuris and which has~ 479 13,575 | territorial boundaries of the~same Church; (3) the Apostolic See for 480 13,575 | erection in the same~house or church attached to it, of an association 481 13,576 | with the rite~of their own Church sui iuris and the needs 482 13,580 | communion with the Catholic Church, or has been punished with 483 13,583 | presides in a metropolitan Church sui~iuris, with the consent 484 14,584 | Canon 584~1. The Church, following the mandate of 485 14,585 | bishops of the patriarchal Church or the~council of hierarchs 486 14,585 | missionary activity of the Church. 3. In the individual eparchies 487 14,586 | to allure him to join the Church; all the~Christian faithful 488 14,586 | is driven away from the~Church by adverse harassment.~ 489 14,587 | Persons who desire to join the Church are to be admitted~with 490 14,588 | free to enroll in whatever Church sui iuris they~want, according 491 14,588 | their enrollment in~the Church that is more appropriate 492 15,595 | Canon 595~1. The Church, to whom Christ the Lord 493 15,595 | power whatever. 2. To the Church belongs the right always 494 15,596 | teaching in the name of the Church belongs only to~bishops; 495 15,597 | morals for the~universal Church, declare that a doctrine 496 15,598 | of faith entrusted to the Church and~also proposed as divinely 497 15,598 | solemn magisterium of the Church or by its ordinary and universal 498 15,601 | Canon 601~Each Church has the task, which is to 499 15,604 | Canon 604~Pastors of the Church above all are to take earnest 500 15,604 | that the catholicity of the Church is put in a~better light


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