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1 2,32 | presumed, provided that the eparchial bishops of~both eparchies 2 4,83 | right and obligation of the eparchial bishop of canonically visiting 3 4,83 | do~all those things the eparchial bishop can do during a canonical~ 4 4,84 | either~he himself or the eparchial bishops of the Church over 5 4,84 | with the patriarchs and eparchial bishops of other~Churches 6 4,85 | status and transfer the eparchial see. 2. ~With the consent 7 4,85 | competent: (1) to give to an eparchial~bishop a coadjutor bishop 8 4,85 | transfer~a metropolitan, eparchial bishop or titular bishop 9 4,85 | to another~metropolitan, eparchial or titular see; if the bishop 10 4,89 | having consulted with the~eparchial bishop or, in the case of 11 4,89 | the written consent of the eparchial~bishop to whom the cleric 12 4,90 | having consulted with the eparchial~bishop and with the consent 13 4,90 | exempt from the power of~the eparchial bishop and subject immediately 14 4,95 | 95~1. The obligations of eparchial bishops which are mentioned 15 4,95 | patriarch is to see~that the eparchial bishops faithfully fulfill 16 4,97 | obligation of the individual eparchial bishops as~mentioned in 17 4,100 | matters without consulting~the eparchial bishops to whom it is of 18 4,100 | any, otherwise, the two eparchial bishops who are senior~according 19 4,101 | rights and obligations as an eparchial~bishop.~ 20 4,102 | Church. 2. With regard to eparchial~bishops constituted outside 21 4,114 | having consulted~their eparchial bishop or, if it is a case 22 4,115 | whom as least two must be eparchial bishops; one is~appointed 23 4,121 | of~whom must be from the eparchial bishops, who with the patriarch~ 24 4,132 | even by letter with the~eparchial bishops of the Church over 25 4,132 | is in the control of the eparchial bishop inside the~territorial 26 4,133 | canonical visitation, if the eparchial bishop~neglected it; (6) 27 4,133 | elected to office, if the eparchial bishop, not~detained by 28 4,133 | and also to appoint the eparchial financial~officer if the 29 4,133 | financial~officer if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, 30 4,134 | attached to a determined eparchial see. 2. A metropolitan in 31 4,134 | rights and obligations as an eparchial bishop.~ 32 4,139 | Canon 139~The eparchial bishop who exercises his 33 4,143 | are to be convoked: (1) eparchial bishops and other local 34 4,143 | manner determined by the eparchial bishop and indeed, if it~ 35 4,143 | the patriarch; however, eparchial bishops can send a~proxy. 36 4,148 | function, is to go to the eparchial bishop of those faithful~ 37 4,149 | for filling the office of eparchial~bishop, coadjutor bishop 38 4,150 | the patriarchal Church. 3. Eparchial bishops~constituted outside 39 6,158 | rights and obligations as an~eparchial bishop.~ 40 6,159 | visitations in eparchies, if the eparchial bishop neglected to do it;~( 41 6,159 | elected to office, if the eparchial~bishop, not detained by 42 6,159 | and also to appoint the eparchial~finance officer if the eparchial 43 6,159 | eparchial~finance officer if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, 44 6,159 | the Roman~Pontiff to the eparchial bishops and others to whom 45 6,160 | special difficulty,~the eparchial bishops will not omit hearing 46 6,164 | council of hierarchs. 2. Eparchial bishops~and coadjutor bishops 47 6,173 | Church sui iuris is the eparchial bishop of the same Church~ 48 7,178 | Canon 178~The eparchial bishop, as a vicar and legate 49 7,187 | person is constituted the eparchial bishop of a determined eparchy 50 7,188 | case of~appointment. 2. The eparchial bishop must take canonical 51 7,189 | Canon 189~1. The eparchial bishop takes canonical possession 52 7,189 | drawn up and signed by the eparchial bishop~along with the chancellor 53 7,189 | kept in the archives of the eparchial curia. 3. Before the~enthronement 54 7,190 | Canon 190~The eparchial bishop represents the eparchy 55 7,191 | Canon 191~1. The eparchial bishop governs the eparchy 56 7,191 | and judicial power. 2. The eparchial bishop personally exercises 57 7,192 | his pastoral function, the eparchial~bishop is to show that he 58 7,192 | 2. In a special way the eparchial~bishop is to see that all 59 7,192 | approved by the Church. 3. The eparchial bishop is to consider~the 60 7,192 | ecclesiastical communion. 4. The~eparchial bishop is to attend to presbyters 61 7,192 | intellectual life. 5. The eparchial bishop is to see that~the 62 7,193 | Canon 193~1. The eparchial bishop to whom the care 63 7,193 | authority of that Church. 2. The eparchial bishop~is to provide for 64 7,193 | Christian faithful. 3. ~Eparchial bishops, who appoint such 65 7,194 | Canon 194~The eparchial bishop can confer dignities 66 7,195 | As much as possible, the eparchial bishop is to foster priestly,~ 67 7,196 | Canon 196~1. The eparchial bishop is bound to present 68 7,197 | Canon 197~The eparchial bishop, while mindful of 69 7,198 | Canon 198~The eparchial bishop is to celebrate the 70 7,199 | Canon 199~1. The eparchial bishop, as the moderator, 71 7,199 | Church sui iuris. 2. The eparchial bishop is to see to~it that 72 7,199 | and their vigils. 3. The eparchial bishop is~to preside frequently 73 7,200 | Canon 200~The eparchial bishop can celebrate sacred 74 7,200 | presumed consent of the eparchial bishop.~ 75 7,201 | of the entire~Church, the eparchial bishop is to promote the 76 7,201 | legitimate customs. 2. The eparchial bishop is~to be vigilant 77 7,202 | Canon 202~The eparchial bishops of several Churches 78 7,203 | Canon 203~1. The eparchial bishop is to foster various 79 7,203 | its own~character. 2. The eparchial bishop is to urge the obligation~ 80 7,203 | of place and time. 3. The eparchial bishop is to promote associations 81 7,204 | Canon 204~1. The eparchial bishop, even if he has a 82 7,204 | from his absence. 3. The eparchial bishop, except~for some 83 7,204 | Church sui iuris. 4. If an eparchial~bishop exercising his authority 84 7,204 | unlawfully absent, by the eparchial bishop senior in episcopal 85 7,205 | Canon 205~1. The eparchial bishop is bound by the obligation 86 7,205 | canonical visitation of the eparchial~bishop. 3. The eparchial 87 7,205 | eparchial~bishop. 3. The eparchial bishop can visit members 88 7,206 | Canon 206~1. The eparchial bishop exercising his authority 89 7,206 | soon as possible. 2. Other eparchial bishops must make the same 90 7,207 | Canon 207~An eparchial bishop of any Church sui 91 7,208 | Canon 208~1. An eparchial bishop exercising authority 92 7,208 | entire Church. ~2. Other eparchial bishops are to make the 93 7,209 | Canon 209~1. The eparchial bishop must commemorate 94 7,209 | clergy of the eparchy. 2. The eparchial bishop~must be commemorated 95 7,210 | Canon 210~1. An eparchial bishop who has completed 96 7,210 | resignation from~office by the eparchial bishop is to be submitted 97 7,210 | if it is the case of an eparchial bishop exercising authority 98 7,211 | Canon 211~1. An eparchial bishop, whose resignation 99 7,211 | accepted, obtains the title of eparchial bishop emeritus of the~eparchy 100 7,211 | support is provided for eparchial bishops emeriti, with due 101 7,212 | upon the request of~the eparchial bishop. 2. In more serious 102 7,213 | rights and obligations of an eparchial~bishop, the consent of the 103 7,214 | canonical provision to the eparchial bishop. 2. ~Furthermore, 104 7,214 | provision to the college of eparchial consultors. 3. If~the eparchial 105 7,214 | eparchial consultors. 3. If~the eparchial bishop is completely impeded, 106 7,214 | provision to the college of eparchial consultors. 4. ~The chancellor 107 7,215 | of the absent or impeded~eparchial bishop; he must be appointed 108 7,215 | appointed protosyncellus; the~eparchial bishop must commit to him, 109 7,215 | the prescription of 1, the eparchial bishop is to appoint the~ 110 7,215 | others~as syncelli. 3. The eparchial bishop is to consult the 111 7,215 | share in~the concerns of the eparchial bishop, are to exercise 112 7,216 | often as requested by the eparchial~bishop, carry out the functions 113 7,216 | the functions which the eparchial bishop himself would carry 114 7,216 | would carry out. 2. The eparchial bishop will not habitually 115 7,219 | Canon 219~The eparchial see becomes vacant at the 116 7,219 | privation of office of the eparchial bishop.~ 117 7,220 | possible of the vacancy of the eparchial see; (2) until~the appointment 118 7,220 | the ordinary~power of the eparchial bishop transfers to the 119 7,220 | notice of the vacancy of the eparchial see,~after consulting the 120 7,220 | appointment to the college of eparchial~consultors; (5) the patriarch 121 7,220 | that a worthy and suitable eparchial bishop be assigned to the 122 7,220 | be assigned to the vacant eparchial see as~soon as possible, 123 7,221 | 221~Except for the vacant eparchial sees mentioned in can. 220, 124 7,221 | other cases of a vacant eparchial see, the following are to 125 7,221 | presides over the~college of eparchial consultors, is to inform 126 7,221 | bishop, to the~college of eparchial consultors. They govern 127 7,221 | protosyncellus; (3) ~the college of eparchial consultors must elect an 128 7,221 | news of the vacancy~of the eparchial see; for validity of the 129 7,222 | upon the vacancy of the eparchial~see becomes by the law itself, 130 7,222 | has been enthroned as the eparchial bishop.~ 131 7,223 | of a transfer to another eparchial see, the eparchial~bishop 132 7,223 | another eparchial see, the eparchial~bishop must take canonical 133 7,223 | honorific privileges of eparchial bishops; (3) he continues 134 7,224 | notice~of the vacancy of the eparchial see; when the vacancy is 135 7,224 | immediately. 3. When the eparchial see~is vacant, the auxiliary 136 7,225 | are reprobated. 2. If~the eparchial finance officer becomes 137 7,225 | eparchy another interim eparchial finance officer is to be 138 7,226 | patriarch nor the college of eparchial consultors can~retain any 139 7,228 | altering any documents of the eparchial curia either personally~ 140 7,229 | rights and obligations as the eparchial bishop, unless the law provides 141 7,230 | other income accruing to the eparchial bishop during the time when 142 7,230 | during the time when the~eparchial see is vacant is reserved 143 7,230 | is reserved to the future eparchial~bishop for the needs of 144 7,231 | otherwise to the college of eparchial consultors, in which case 145 7,231 | hold office when the new eparchial bishop takes~Canonical possession 146 7,231 | of the eparchy. The new eparchial bishop~can require an account 147 7,232 | Canon 232~1. When the eparchial see is vacant the eparchial 148 7,232 | eparchial see is vacant the eparchial finance officer carries 149 7,232 | account of the vacancy of the eparchial see~do not have an administrator 150 7,232 | patriarch~or college of eparchial consultors have provided 151 7,232 | resignation or removal of the eparchial finance officer~when the 152 7,232 | patriarchal Church, if the eparchial finance officer lost the 153 7,232 | elected by the college of eparchial consultors. 4. The eparchial 154 7,232 | eparchial consultors. 4. The eparchial finance officer must give 155 7,232 | administration to the new eparchial bishop, and, after he~has 156 7,233 | Canon 233~1. When the eparchial see is impeded by captivity, 157 7,233 | exile or incapacity of the eparchial bishop, so that he is not~ 158 7,233 | priest designated by the eparchial~bishop. By the law itself, 159 7,233 | At a suitable time the eparchial~bishop can designate several 160 7,233 | eparchy, the college of eparchial consultors is to elect a 161 7,233 | possible about the impeded eparchial see~and of his assumption 162 7,235 | Canon 235~The eparchial assembly assists the eparchial 163 7,235 | eparchial assembly assists the eparchial bishop in those~things which 164 7,236 | Canon 236~The eparchial assembly is convened as 165 7,236 | it in the judgment of the eparchial bishop after he has consulted 166 7,237 | It is the right of the eparchial bishop to convene the eparchial 167 7,237 | eparchial bishop to convene the eparchial assembly and to preside 168 7,237 | or dissolve it. 2. If~the eparchial see becomes vacant, the 169 7,237 | see becomes vacant, the eparchial assembly is suspended by 170 7,237 | law itself until the new eparchial bishop issues a~decree on 171 7,238 | are to be summoned to the eparchial assembly~and must be present 172 7,238 | syncelli, judicial~vicar and eparchial finance officer; (3) the 173 7,238 | finance officer; (3) the eparchial consultors; (4) the rector 174 7,238 | consultors; (4) the rector of the eparchial major seminary; (5) the~ 175 7,238 | manner~determined by the eparchial bishop so that the number 176 7,238 | one-third of the members of the eparchial~assembly. 2. The eparchial 177 7,238 | eparchial~assembly. 2. The eparchial bishop, if he judges it 178 7,238 | opportune,~can invite to the eparchial assembly others also, not 179 7,238 | can also be invited to the eparchial assembly.~ 180 7,239 | who must be present at the eparchial assembly, if detained~by 181 7,239 | attend~in their name at the eparchial assembly, but must notify 182 7,239 | assembly, but must notify the eparchial bishop of the impediment.~ 183 7,240 | questions to be treated at the eparchial assembly, only the~eparchial 184 7,240 | eparchial assembly, only the~eparchial bishop is to determine the 185 7,240 | At a suitable time the eparchial bishop is~to appoint one 186 7,240 | in the assembly. 3. The eparchial~bishop is also to see that, 187 7,240 | discussion in the sessions of the eparchial assembly.~ 188 7,241 | Canon 241~The eparchial bishop is the sole legislator 189 7,241 | the sole legislator in the eparchial assembly, the votes of others 190 7,241 | which have been made in the~eparchial assembly which, if they 191 7,242 | Canon 242~The eparchial bishop is to communicate 192 7,242 | been decided upon at the eparchial assembly to the authority 193 7,243 | Canon 243~1. The eparchial bishop is to have an eparchial 194 7,243 | eparchial bishop is to have an eparchial curia in his~see which assists 195 7,243 | committed~to him. 2. To the eparchial curia belong the protosyncellus,~ 196 7,243 | syncelli, judicial vicar, eparchial finance officer and council~ 197 7,243 | economic affairs, chancellor, eparchial judges, promoter of~justice 198 7,243 | persons assigned by the eparchial bishop for properly fulfilling 199 7,243 | fulfilling the offices of the eparchial curia. 3. If it is necessary 200 7,243 | useful~for the eparchy the eparchial bishop can establish other 201 7,243 | establish other offices~in the eparchial curia.~ 202 7,244 | exercise an office in the eparchial curia belongs to the eparchial~ 203 7,244 | eparchial curia belongs to the eparchial~bishop. 2. All who are admitted 204 7,244 | admitted to an office in the eparchial~curia must: (1) make a promise 205 7,244 | determined by the law or by the eparchial~bishop; (2) observe secrecy 206 7,244 | determined by the law or by the eparchial bishop.~ 207 7,245 | common~law, assists the eparchial bishop in governing the 208 7,247 | freely appointed by~the eparchial bishop and can freely be 209 7,247 | handling matters. 3. The eparchial bishop is not to commit 210 7,247 | degree inclusive. 4. The eparchial bishop can take the~protosyncellus 211 7,247 | with the consent of their eparchial bishop.~ 212 7,248 | powers of governance as the eparchial bishop, excepting~those 213 7,248 | excepting~those things which the eparchial bishop has reserved to himself~ 214 7,248 | the Apostolic See to the eparchial bishop as well as the execution 215 7,248 | provided or for which the eparchial~bishop has been chosen on 216 7,249 | syncelli must report to the eparchial~bishop on the principal 217 7,251 | resignation accepted by the eparchial~bishop, or removal. 2. When 218 7,251 | or removal. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant, can.~224 219 7,251 | suspension of the office of the eparchial~bishop, the authority of 220 7,252 | Canon 252~1. In the eparchial curia a chancellor is to 221 7,252 | preserved in the archives of the eparchial curia. 2. If it~seems necessary 222 7,252 | law itself notaries of the eparchial~curia.~ 223 7,255 | removed from office by the eparchial bishop, but not by the eparchial 224 7,255 | eparchial bishop, but not by the eparchial administrator except with 225 7,255 | consent of the college of eparchial consultors.~ 226 7,256 | Canon 256~1. The eparchial bishop is to set up in a 227 7,256 | place the archive of the eparchial curia in which documents 228 7,256 | preserved in the archive of the eparchial curia with a~brief synopsis 229 7,257 | 257~1. The archive of the eparchial curia is to be locked and 230 7,257 | and the~key kept by the eparchial bishop and the chancellor; 231 7,257 | without the permission of the eparchial~bishop alone or the protosyncellus 232 7,258 | from the archive of the~eparchial curia except for a brief 233 7,258 | permission~either of the eparchial bishop alone or the protosyncellus 234 7,259 | a secret archive in the eparchial curia~or at least a secret 235 7,259 | safe in the archive of the eparchial curia,~completely closed 236 7,260 | Canon 260~1. Only the eparchial bishop may have the key 237 7,260 | secret safe. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant~the secret 238 7,260 | necessity and then by the eparchial administrator~himself. 3. 239 7,261 | Canon 261~1. The eparchial bishop is to see that the 240 7,261 | preserved in the archive~of the eparchial curia. 2. In order to inspect 241 7,261 | norms established by~the eparchial bishop are to be observed.~ 242 7,262 | Canon 262~1. The eparchial bishop, after consulting 243 7,262 | consulting the college of eparchial consultors and the finance 244 7,262 | council, is to appoint an eparchial finance officer who is to 245 7,262 | distinguished for honesty. 2. The eparchial finance officer is appointed 246 7,262 | cause in the judgment of the~eparchial bishop after consulting 247 7,262 | consulting the college of eparchial consultors and the finance 248 7,262 | 3. It is the duty of the~eparchial finance officer, under the 249 7,262 | under the authority of the eparchial~bishop, who is to determine 250 7,262 | designated by the law. 4. The eparchial~finance officer must account 251 7,262 | her administration to the~eparchial bishop every year and as 252 7,262 | as it is requested by~the eparchial bishop; the eparchial bishop 253 7,262 | the eparchial bishop; the eparchial bishop is to examine the 254 7,262 | account presented by the eparchial finance officer through 255 7,262 | to~the obligations of the eparchial finance officer when the 256 7,262 | finance officer when the eparchial see is vacant.~ 257 7,263 | Canon 263~1. The eparchial bishop is to establish a 258 7,263 | a president, who is the eparchial bishop himself, and~of other 259 7,263 | civil law,~appointed by the eparchial bishop after consulting 260 7,263 | consulting the college of~eparchial consultors unless some other 261 7,263 | the confirmation of the eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial 262 7,263 | eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial finance officer is, by the 263 7,263 | Those who are related to the eparchial bishop up to the fourth 264 7,263 | regarding~economic matters the eparchial bishop is not to omit hearing 265 7,264 | of the law, assists the eparchial bishop by~its advice in 266 7,265 | statutes approved by~the eparchial bishop without prejudice 267 7,266 | it is the right of the eparchial bishop to freely appoint~ 268 7,269 | 269~1. It pertains to the eparchial bishop to convoke the presbyteral 269 7,269 | proposals from members. ~2. The eparchial bishop is to hear the presbyteral 270 7,269 | can never~act without the eparchial bishop, who alone can divulge 271 7,270 | five-year period. 2. ~When the eparchial see is vacant the presbyteral 272 7,270 | fulfilled by the college of eparchial consultors; within a year 273 7,270 | possession of the~eparchy, the eparchial bishop must establish a 274 7,270 | gravely abusing it, the eparchial bishop can dissolve it after~ 275 7,270 | itself, after consulting the eparchial bishop~senior in episcopal 276 7,271 | Canon 271~1. The eparchial bishop must establish a 277 7,271 | must establish a college of eparchial~consultors to which belong 278 7,271 | law. 2. ~The college of eparchial consultors is to be constituted 279 7,271 | members of the college of eparchial consultors must be not less 280 7,271 | members of the college, the~eparchial bishop is to restore the 281 7,271 | members of the college of eparchial consultors are freely appointed~ 282 7,271 | freely appointed~by the eparchial bishop from those who, at 283 7,271 | presbyteral council. 5. The eparchial bishop presides over the 284 7,271 | presides over the college of eparchial consultors;~when the eparchial 285 7,271 | eparchial consultors;~when the eparchial see is vacant or impeded, 286 7,271 | holds the place of the eparchial~bishop or, if none has been 287 7,271 | law establishes that the eparchial bishop needs the consent~ 288 7,271 | consent~of the college of eparchial consultors, it is sufficient 289 7,272 | under the authority of the eparchial bishop, to investigate, 290 7,273 | manner determined by the eparchial bishop. 2. ~The pastoral 291 7,273 | if it is suitable, the~eparchial bishop can invite others 292 7,274 | which are to be given by the~eparchial bishop. 2. When the eparchial 293 7,274 | eparchial bishop. 2. When the eparchial see is vacant the~pastoral 294 7,275 | Canon 275~It belongs to the eparchial bishop alone to convoke 295 7,276 | that, in the name of the~eparchial bishop and in the same district, 296 7,276 | law. 2. It belongs to the eparchial~bishop, after consulting 297 7,277 | of a certain parish; the~eparchial bishop, having heard, if 298 7,277 | 3. For a~just cause, the eparchial bishop can remove a protopresbyter 299 7,278 | determination made by the eparchial bishop.~ 300 7,280 | in the judgment of the eparchial bishop, having consulted~ 301 7,280 | is the competency of~the eparchial bishop to erect, modify 302 7,281 | principal~cooperator of the eparchial bishop, is entrusted the 303 7,281 | the~authority of the same eparchial bishop. 2. A juridic person~ 304 7,282 | Canon 282~1. The eparchial bishop, but not the administrator 305 7,282 | agreement made between the eparchial bishop and the major superior~ 306 7,283 | Canon 283~The eparchial bishop is not to remove 307 7,284 | pastors belongs solely to the eparchial~bishop, who freely names 308 7,284 | of his institute to the eparchial bishop for appointment,~ 309 7,284 | agreements entered into with the eparchial~bishop or other authority 310 7,284 | consent of the college of eparchial consultors is required; ( 311 7,285 | all the circumstances, the eparchial bishop is to confer a vacant 312 7,286 | Canon 286~When the eparchial see is vacant or impeded, 313 7,286 | other presbyters if the eparchial see has been~vacant or impeded 314 7,287 | and~reports on it to the eparchial bishop, and what are those 315 7,291 | voluntary offerings; the eparchial bishop is competent, after 316 7,292 | hierarch of~this. 3. The eparchial bishop is to issue norms 317 7,296 | there are no~norms, of the eparchial bishop himself; the pastor 318 7,296 | are to be inspected by the eparchial bishop or his delegate~during 319 7,297 | resignation accepted by the~eparchial bishop, expiration of term, 320 7,297 | resignation from office to the eparchial~bishop, who, after considering 321 7,297 | defer the resignation; the eparchial bishop, taking into account 322 7,298 | function in the parish, the~eparchial bishop is to appoint as 323 7,299 | as the pastor unless the eparchial bishop determines~otherwise. 324 7,300 | the nearest pastor; the eparchial bishop~is to determine at 325 7,300 | immediately to inform the eparchial~bishop.~ 326 7,301 | part of the parish. 3. The eparchial~bishop freely names a parochial 327 7,302 | from the letters of the eparchial bishop and under the authority 328 7,302 | the prescriptions of the eparchial bishop or lawful~custom; 329 7,303 | vicar can be removed by the eparchial bishop for a~just cause; 330 7,305 | a church is named by the eparchial bishop~without prejudice 331 7,305 | or patriarchal right, the eparchial bishop is competent to name 332 7,305 | of the~church unless the eparchial bishop has determined otherwise.~ 333 7,310 | Canon 310~The eparchial bishop can remove the rector 334 8,313 | concerning eparchies or eparchial bishops~applies also to 335 8,319 | by the law concerning the eparchial assembly, the eparchial 336 8,319 | eparchial assembly, the eparchial curia, the presbyteral council, 337 8,319 | council, the college of~eparchial consultors and the pastoral 338 8,319 | the law states that the eparchial bishop needs the consent 339 8,319 | advice of the college of eparchial consultors in order to act.~ 340 9,322 | metropolitan Churches sui~iuris, eparchial bishops, and, if the statutes 341 10,329 | more advanced age; (3) the eparchial bishop especially, joining 342 10,329 | insofar as is possible, eparchial projects for promoting vocations 343 10,330 | cases it is proper to the eparchial bishop to develop this type 344 10,334 | seminary is erected by the eparchial bishop for his own~eparchy 345 10,334 | several eparchies by the eparchial~bishops of those same eparchies 346 10,334 | a~patriarchal Church. 2. Eparchial bishops, for whose subjects 347 10,334 | seminary erected by the~eparchial bishops themselves, without 348 10,356 | students each year to the eparchial bishop or, if the situation 349 10,356 | who established it. 2. The eparchial bishop~or major superior 350 10,359 | he must obtain from his~eparchial bishop letters of dismissal 351 10,359 | enrollment signed by~the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in 352 10,360 | written agreement between both eparchial bishops~in which the rights 353 10,360 | known in writing to~both eparchial bishops and neither bishop 354 10,362 | other~eparchy by his own eparchial bishop or returned by the 355 10,362 | returned by the hosting~eparchial bishop observing the agreements 356 10,363 | of an eparchy, unless the eparchial see has been vacant for 357 10,363 | consent of the college of eparchial consultors.~ 358 10,365 | Church sui iuris that the eparchial~bishop releasing the cleric 359 10,366 | Canon 366~1. The eparchial bishop is not to enroll 360 10,366 | obtained from the dismissing eparchial bishop, secretly if appropriate, 361 10,366 | norm of the law. 2. The eparchial bishop is to inform the 362 10,366 | is to inform the previous eparchial bishop about the~completed 363 10,370 | Pontiff, the patriarch and the eparchial~bishop.~ 364 10,371 | right to obtain from their eparchial bishop an office, ministry~ 365 10,384 | in the judgment of the eparchial bishop or,~if particular 366 10,385 | he has consulted his own eparchial bishop or,~as the case may 367 10,386 | eparchy is subject to the eparchial~bishop in those matters 368 10,391 | However, it belongs to the eparchial bishop to~judge authentically 369 10,393 | encouragement of their own eparchial bishop or superior, to exercise 370 11,408 | assemblies, whether parochial, eparchial or~patriarchal. 2. Besides 371 12,412 | life from the rule of the eparchial~bishop and subject them 372 12,413 | they are of patriarchal or eparchial right, they are~directly 373 12,413 | subject to the patriarch or eparchial bishop, with due~regard 374 12,414 | monasteries and congregations of eparchial~right, it pertains to the 375 12,414 | right, it pertains to the eparchial bishop: (1) to approve typicon 376 12,414 | congregations which are not of eparchial right, belong to the Apostolic~ 377 12,414 | When a congregation of eparchial right has extended itself 378 12,414 | except by the consent of the eparchial bishop of~the eparchy where 379 12,414 | after~consultation with the eparchial bishops in whose eparchies 380 12,415 | the right and duty~of the eparchial bishop to make a visitation 381 12,415 | reasons suggest it. 3. The eparchial bishop can entrust apostolic~ 382 12,419 | Superiors of~institutes of eparchial or patriarchal right shall 383 12,431 | him; whatever a patriarch, eparchial bishop,~or exarch acquires, 384 12,434 | is a stauropegial one; of eparchial right if it was~erected 385 12,435 | Canon 435~1. The eparchial bishop is competent to erect 386 12,436 | iuris is subject and of the eparchial bishop where~the monastery 387 12,437 | Written permission of the eparchial bishop is required in the 388 12,438 | iuris or a filial one of eparchial right or a stauropegial 389 12,438 | after having consulted,~the eparchial bishop if the monastery 390 12,438 | bishop if the monastery is of eparchial right, and~after having 391 12,438 | the prior consent of the eparchial bishop. 4. ~The property 392 12,439 | iuris subject to the same eparchial~bishop may form a confederation 393 12,439 | the written consent of the~eparchial bishop, who is also entitled 394 12,439 | after consultation with the eparchial bishops~who have an interest, 395 12,440 | after consultation with the eparchial bishops who have an interest, 396 12,452 | without consulting their own eparchial bishop nor~can they be admitted 397 12,452 | admitted licitly, if the eparchial bishop objects to~it because 398 12,472 | to be sent to the local eparchial bishop~where the monastery 399 12,486 | reason, having consulted the~eparchial bishop and with the consent 400 12,486 | rights and obligations of an eparchial~bishop toward the monastery, 401 12,487 | required. 3. The patriarch, the eparchial bishop and the president 402 12,489 | with the council. 2. The eparchial~bishop can grant this indult 403 12,491 | voice and is subject to the eparchial bishop of the place~where 404 12,494 | he has found a~benevolent eparchial bishop to receive him. 2. 405 12,494 | bishop to receive him. 2. The eparchial~bishop can receive him either 406 12,496 | that of the council, to the eparchial bishop whose~competence 407 12,499 | must be confirmed by the eparchial bishop, or by the patriarch 408 12,505 | the Apostolic See; (3) of eparchial right if, erected by the 409 12,505 | right if, erected by the eparchial~bishop, and it has not obtained 410 12,506 | Canon 506~1. The eparchial bishop can erect only congregations, 411 12,506 | See. 3. A congregation of eparchial right which, within the 412 12,507 | congregation of patriarchal or eparchial right, lawfully erected, 413 12,509 | the written consent of the eparchial bishop. If it is the~case 414 12,510 | after consultation with the eparchial bishop. The~suppression 415 12,537 | dimissorial letters is the eparchial bishop of the place in which~ 416 12,537 | bishop, however, if the~eparchial bishop has given permission, 417 12,537 | authentic document of the~eparchial curia.~ 418 12,540 | houses also the norms of the eparchial bishop, are to be followed.~ 419 12,543 | subject in the same way to the eparchial~bishop.~ 420 12,544 | transfer~from a congregation of eparchial right to another religious 421 12,544 | another religious institute of eparchial right with the written consent 422 12,544 | the written consent of the eparchial bishop of the place where 423 12,546 | 493; in congregations of eparchial right, the indult, in order 424 12,546 | be confirmed~by the local eparchial bishop where the main house 425 12,549 | it is a congregation of eparchial right, the eparchial bishop; ( 426 12,549 | of eparchial right, the eparchial bishop; (2) the eparchial 427 12,549 | eparchial bishop; (2) the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in 428 12,549 | case of a congregation of~eparchial right. 3. The indult of 429 12,552 | reserved in the statutes to the eparchial bishop or another~authority 430 12,554 | pontifical, patriarchal or eparchial right,~in accordance with 431 12,563 | pontifical,~patriarchal or eparchial right, in accordance with 432 12,568 | unless it is approved by the eparchial bishop or by~the competent 433 12,568 | authority; it is up to the~same eparchial bishop or authority to also 434 12,571 | consecrated life. Patriarchs and eparchial bishops shall strive to~ 435 13,575 | confederations: (1) the eparchial bishop for eparchial associations, 436 13,575 | the eparchial bishop for eparchial associations, but not the 437 13,575 | consultation with the two eparchial bishops senior in episcopal 438 13,575 | the~written consent of the eparchial bishop is required; however, 439 13,575 | the~consent given by an eparchial bishop for the erection 440 13,577 | 2. It is the duty of the eparchial bishop to be vigilant of 441 13,583 | consent of the two senior eparchial bishops~according to episcopal 442 13,583 | episcopal ordination; (2) by an eparchial bishop,~if the associations 443 15,609 | Canon 609~The eparchial bishop is to supervise the 444 15,610 | God everywhere,~unless the eparchial bishop in a special case 445 15,610 | scarcity~of clerics, the eparchial bishop also may give the 446 15,615 | Canon 615~Eparchial bishops are to issue norms 447 15,623 | the responsibility of the eparchial bishops to promote, direct, 448 15,623 | 2. For this purpose the~eparchial curia is to have an eparchial 449 15,623 | eparchial curia is to have an eparchial catechetical center.~ 450 15,632 | established as such by the eparchial bishop or by a superior 451 15,633 | Canon 633~1. The eparchial bishop has the right to 452 15,635 | Canon 635~The eparchial bishop is to see to it that 453 15,636 | authority and vigilance of the eparchial bishop. 2. It is~also his 454 15,637 | in~the judgment of the eparchial bishop, is deficient, true 455 15,638 | Canon 638~1. The eparchial bishop has the right of 456 15,638 | Where there are~several eparchial bishops, the right of canonical 457 15,652 | Canon 652~1. Eparchial bishops are to see that 458 15,652 | of faith and morals, the eparchial bishop, the synod of bishops 459 15,655 | lacking under the care of the eparchial bishops, even in~collaboration 460 15,661 | praised or blessed by the eparchial bishop or a superior authority 461 16,670 | are established by the eparchial bishop or by a superior 462 16,670 | celebrated with dignity, the eparchial bishop can grant the use 463 16,671 | necessity~in the judgment of the eparchial bishop, the synod of bishops 464 16,678 | which they are enrolled, the eparchial bishop should designate~ 465 16,701 | with the permission of the eparchial bishop,~while observing 466 16,703 | integrity for the rector. 2. The eparchial bishop is free to make more 467 16,716 | strongly recommended that~eparchial bishops introduce the practice, 468 16,720 | feast or pilgrimage. 3. ~The eparchial bishop is competent to decide 469 16,720 | counsel with the patriarch and~eparchial bishops of the other Churches 470 16,722 | with regard to liceity, the eparchial bishop denies it in a special 471 16,722 | observing the norms made by the eparchial bishop and also~with at 472 16,728 | 2. It~is reserved to the eparchial bishop to absolve from the 473 16,747 | should be ordained~by his own eparchial bishop or by another bishop 474 16,748 | certain eparchy, the proper eparchial bishop is the bishop of~ 475 16,748 | bishop of that eparchy. 2. An eparchial bishop cannot ordain a candidate 476 16,749 | without the permission of the eparchial bishop,~unless particular 477 16,750 | letters: (1) the proper eparchial~bishop; (2) the administrator 478 16,750 | with the permission of the eparchial consultors, the administrator 479 16,750 | who were rejected by the eparchial bishop.~ 480 16,752 | be sent from the proper eparchial bishop~to any bishop of 481 16,755 | Canon 755~An eparchial bishop or major superior, 482 16,757 | cause in the judgment of the eparchial bishop or major superior.~ 483 16,761 | must give to the proper eparchial bishop~or major superior 484 16,767 | Canon 767~1. The eparchial bishop or the hierarch of 485 16,769 | considered expedient, of other eparchial bishops or superiors of 486 16,771 | they know~of any, to the eparchial bishop or the pastor before 487 16,771 | sacred~ordination. 3. The eparchial bishop shall entrust the 488 16,771 | testimonial letters to the eparchial curia referring to the same 489 16,771 | and publication. 4. The eparchial bishop should not~omit to 490 16,774 | kept in the archive of the eparchial curia. 2. The ordaining~ 491 16,774 | certificate to their own eparchial bishop or major superior 492 16,775 | Canon 775~The eparchial bishop or major superior 493 16,784 | after consultation with the eparchial bishops of other Churches 494 16,792 | taking the counsel of other eparchial bishops of other Churches 495 16,795 | case of congregations of eparchial right; (3) conjugicide. 496 16,799 | the secret archive of the eparchial curia; no other~dispensation 497 16,840 | the secret archive of the eparchial curia unless~a most grave 498 16,841 | prescribed by the~proper eparchial bishop. 2. Furthermore, 499 16,841 | personally or by means of the eparchial curia, to the pastor where 500 16,852 | Canon 852~A patriarch and an eparchial bishop can grant a radical


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