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1 3,43 | Canon 43~The bishop of the Church of Rome, in 2 3,44 | therefore, one who is already a~bishop obtains this same power 3 3,44 | he is to be ordained a bishop immediately. ~2. If it should 4 4,56 | Canon 56~A patriarch is a bishop who enjoys power over all 5 4,68 | election. 2. If a certain bishop~considers himself to be 6 4,73 | legitimately proclaimed~bishop, the presiding officer, 7 4,73 | was~elected, the senior bishop according to episcopal ordination, 8 4,73 | legitimately proclaimed bishop, secrecy is to be observed 9 4,75 | accepted and is an ordained bishop, the~synod of bishops of 10 4,75 | elected is~not yet an ordained bishop, the enthronement cannot 11 4,83 | obligation of the eparchial bishop of canonically visiting 12 4,83 | personally or through another bishop; during this visitation 13 4,83 | those things the eparchial bishop can do during a canonical~ 14 4,85 | to give to an eparchial~bishop a coadjutor bishop or auxiliary 15 4,85 | eparchial~bishop a coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop, observing 16 4,85 | coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop, observing cann.~181, 1 17 4,85 | metropolitan, eparchial bishop or titular bishop to another~ 18 4,85 | eparchial bishop or titular bishop to another~metropolitan, 19 4,85 | eparchial or titular see; if the bishop refuses,~the synod of bishops 20 4,86 | provision to a metropolitan or a bishop; (2) to~ordain metropolitans 21 4,89 | consulted with the~eparchial bishop or, in the case of a member 22 4,89 | consent of the eparchial~bishop to whom the cleric is subject 23 4,90 | consulted with the eparchial~bishop and with the consent of 24 4,90 | the power of~the eparchial bishop and subject immediately 25 4,101 | obligations as an eparchial~bishop.~ 26 4,104 | office. 2. If a certain bishop considers himself to be~ 27 4,114 | consulted~their eparchial bishop or, if it is a case of a 28 4,116 | the person of a certain bishop who is a member of the same 29 4,116 | but in the~synod another bishop substitutes for him according 30 4,127 | patriarchal Church~is the senior bishop according to episcopal ordination 31 4,132 | control of the eparchial bishop inside the~territorial boundaries 32 4,132 | patriarch designated another bishop or in an extreme case of~ 33 4,133 | visitation, if the eparchial bishop~neglected it; (6) to appoint 34 4,133 | office, if the eparchial bishop, not~detained by a just 35 4,133 | officer if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, neglected 36 4,134 | obligations as an eparchial bishop.~ 37 4,139 | Canon 139~The eparchial bishop who exercises his power 38 4,143 | determined by the eparchial bishop and indeed, if it~is a case 39 4,148 | is to go to the eparchial bishop of those faithful~and present 40 4,149 | the office of eparchial~bishop, coadjutor bishop or auxiliary 41 4,149 | eparchial~bishop, coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop outside 42 4,149 | coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop outside the territorial 43 5,153 | elected is not yet an ordained~bishop, the enthronement cannot 44 6,156 | or, if already ordained a bishop, after the enthronement, 45 6,158 | obligations as an~eparchial bishop.~ 46 6,159 | eparchies, if the eparchial bishop neglected to do it;~(6) 47 6,159 | office, if the eparchial~bishop, not detained by a just 48 6,159 | officer if the eparchial bishop, having been warned, neglected 49 6,165 | office. 2. If a certain bishop considers himself to be 50 6,173 | sui iuris is the eparchial bishop of the same Church~senior 51 7,177 | entrusted for pastoral care to a bishop with the cooperation of 52 7,178 | Canon 178~The eparchial bishop, as a vicar and legate of 53 7,187 | constituted the eparchial bishop of a determined eparchy 54 7,188 | appointment. 2. The eparchial bishop must take canonical possession 55 7,189 | Canon 189~1. The eparchial bishop takes canonical possession 56 7,189 | signed by the eparchial bishop~along with the chancellor 57 7,189 | Before the~enthronement the bishop may not involve himself 58 7,190 | Canon 190~The eparchial bishop represents the eparchy in 59 7,191 | Canon 191~1. The eparchial bishop governs the eparchy entrusted 60 7,191 | power. 2. The eparchial bishop personally exercises legislative 61 7,192 | function, the eparchial~bishop is to show that he is concerned 62 7,192 | special way the eparchial~bishop is to see that all Christian 63 7,192 | Church. 3. The eparchial bishop is to consider~the non-baptized 64 7,192 | communion. 4. The~eparchial bishop is to attend to presbyters 65 7,192 | intellectual life. 5. The eparchial bishop is to see that~the families 66 7,193 | Canon 193~1. The eparchial bishop to whom the care of Christian 67 7,193 | Church. 2. The eparchial bishop~is to provide for the spiritual 68 7,194 | Canon 194~The eparchial bishop can confer dignities upon 69 7,195 | possible, the eparchial bishop is to foster priestly,~diaconal 70 7,196 | Canon 196~1. The eparchial bishop is bound to present and 71 7,197 | Canon 197~The eparchial bishop, while mindful of the obligation 72 7,198 | Canon 198~The eparchial bishop is to celebrate the Divine 73 7,199 | Canon 199~1. The eparchial bishop, as the moderator, promoter 74 7,199 | iuris. 2. The eparchial bishop is to see to~it that in 75 7,199 | vigils. 3. The eparchial bishop is~to preside frequently 76 7,200 | Canon 200~The eparchial bishop can celebrate sacred functions 77 7,200 | consent of the eparchial bishop.~ 78 7,201 | entire~Church, the eparchial bishop is to promote the common 79 7,201 | customs. 2. The eparchial bishop is~to be vigilant lest abuses 80 7,203 | Canon 203~1. The eparchial bishop is to foster various forms 81 7,203 | character. 2. The eparchial bishop is to urge the obligation~ 82 7,203 | and time. 3. The eparchial bishop is to promote associations 83 7,204 | Canon 204~1. The eparchial bishop, even if he has a coadjutor 84 7,204 | a coadjutor or auxiliary bishop, is bound by the obligation 85 7,204 | from his own eparchy, the bishop can be absent~for a just 86 7,204 | absence. 3. The eparchial bishop, except~for some grave cause, 87 7,204 | iuris. 4. If an eparchial~bishop exercising his authority 88 7,204 | absent, by the eparchial bishop senior in episcopal ordination 89 7,205 | Canon 205~1. The eparchial bishop is bound by the obligation 90 7,205 | legitimately~impeded, the coadjutor bishop, the auxiliary bishop, the 91 7,205 | coadjutor bishop, the auxiliary bishop, the proto-syncellus or 92 7,205 | visitation of the eparchial~bishop. 3. The eparchial bishop 93 7,205 | bishop. 3. The eparchial bishop can visit members of religious~ 94 7,206 | Canon 206~1. The eparchial bishop exercising his authority 95 7,206 | patriarchal Church. The bishop is to~submit a copy of the 96 7,207 | Canon 207~An eparchial bishop of any Church sui iuris, 97 7,208 | Canon 208~1. An eparchial bishop exercising authority within 98 7,209 | Canon 209~1. The eparchial bishop must commemorate the Roman 99 7,209 | eparchy. 2. The eparchial bishop~must be commemorated by 100 7,210 | Canon 210~1. An eparchial bishop who has completed his seventy-fifth 101 7,210 | office by the eparchial bishop is to be submitted to the 102 7,210 | the case of an eparchial bishop exercising authority inside 103 7,210 | Pontiff; further, if~the bishop belongs to a patriarchal 104 7,211 | Canon 211~1. An eparchial bishop, whose resignation from 105 7,211 | obtains the title of eparchial bishop emeritus of the~eparchy 106 7,212 | request of~the eparchial bishop. 2. In more serious circumstances, 107 7,212 | personal nature, a coadjutor bishop can be appointed ex~officio 108 7,213 | common law, a coadjutor bishop also has those which are~ 109 7,213 | obligations of a coadjutor bishop appointed~by the patriarch; 110 7,213 | the case of a coadjutor bishop who~is to be granted all 111 7,213 | obligations of an eparchial~bishop, the consent of the synod 112 7,214 | Canon 214~1. The coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop, 113 7,214 | bishop and the auxiliary bishop, in order that~they may 114 7,214 | provision to the eparchial bishop. 2. ~Furthermore, a coadjutor 115 7,214 | Furthermore, a coadjutor bishop must show these letters 116 7,214 | consultors. 3. If~the eparchial bishop is completely impeded, it 117 7,214 | sufficient that~the coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop 118 7,214 | bishop and the auxiliary bishop show the letters of~Canonical 119 7,215 | Canon 215~1. A coadjutor bishop takes the place of the absent 120 7,215 | absent or impeded~eparchial bishop; he must be appointed protosyncellus; 121 7,215 | protosyncellus; the~eparchial bishop must commit to him, before 122 7,215 | prescription of 1, the eparchial bishop is to appoint the~auxiliary 123 7,215 | to appoint the~auxiliary bishop as protosyncellus. However, 124 7,215 | syncelli. 3. The eparchial bishop is to consult the auxiliary 125 7,215 | to consult the auxiliary bishop before others in considering 126 7,215 | nature. 4. The coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop, 127 7,215 | bishop and the auxiliary bishop, who are called to share 128 7,215 | concerns of the eparchial bishop, are to exercise their office 129 7,216 | Canon 216~1. The coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop 130 7,216 | bishop and the auxiliary bishop not detained~by a just impediment 131 7,216 | requested by the eparchial~bishop, carry out the functions 132 7,216 | functions which the eparchial bishop himself would carry out. 133 7,216 | carry out. 2. The eparchial bishop will not habitually commit 134 7,216 | functions which~the coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop 135 7,216 | bishop and the auxiliary bishop can and wish to exercise.~ 136 7,217 | Canon 217~The coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishops 137 7,218 | applicable to a coadjutor bishop or auxiliary~bishop. They 138 7,218 | coadjutor bishop or auxiliary~bishop. They are to be given the 139 7,219 | office of the eparchial bishop.~ 140 7,220 | ordinary~power of the eparchial bishop transfers to the patriarch, 141 7,220 | worthy and suitable eparchial bishop be assigned to the vacant 142 7,221 | transfers to the~auxiliary bishop or, if there are several, 143 7,221 | if there is no auxiliary bishop, to the~college of eparchial 144 7,222 | Canon 222~The coadjutor bishop, provided that he has already 145 7,222 | enthroned as the eparchial bishop.~ 146 7,223 | eparchial see, the eparchial~bishop must take canonical possession 147 7,224 | is vacant, the auxiliary bishop retains the power which 148 7,227 | and prudence. 2. Only a bishop or a~presbyter who is not 149 7,229 | obligations as the eparchial bishop, unless the law provides 150 7,230 | accruing to the eparchial bishop during the time when the~ 151 7,230 | to the future eparchial~bishop for the needs of the eparchy, 152 7,231 | office when the new eparchial bishop takes~Canonical possession 153 7,231 | eparchy. The new eparchial bishop~can require an account of 154 7,232 | administration to the new eparchial bishop, and, after he~has given 155 7,232 | in~his office by the same bishop.~ 156 7,233 | incapacity of the eparchial bishop, so that he is not~able 157 7,233 | responsibility of the coadjutor bishop, unless otherwise provided 158 7,233 | designated by the eparchial~bishop. By the law itself, the 159 7,233 | suitable time the eparchial~bishop can designate several who 160 7,235 | assembly assists the eparchial bishop in those~things which regard 161 7,236 | judgment of the eparchial bishop after he has consulted the 162 7,237 | the right of the eparchial bishop to convene the eparchial 163 7,237 | until the new eparchial bishop issues a~decree on the matter.~ 164 7,238 | for it: (1) the coadjutor bishop and the~auxiliary bishops; ( 165 7,238 | determined by the eparchial bishop so that the number of lay~ 166 7,238 | assembly. 2. The eparchial bishop, if he judges it opportune,~ 167 7,239 | must notify the eparchial bishop of the impediment.~ 168 7,240 | assembly, only the~eparchial bishop is to determine the matters 169 7,240 | suitable time the eparchial bishop is~to appoint one or several 170 7,240 | assembly. 3. The eparchial~bishop is also to see that, at 171 7,241 | Canon 241~The eparchial bishop is the sole legislator in 172 7,242 | Canon 242~The eparchial bishop is to communicate the text 173 7,243 | Canon 243~1. The eparchial bishop is to have an eparchial 174 7,243 | assigned by the eparchial bishop for properly fulfilling 175 7,243 | the eparchy the eparchial bishop can establish other offices~ 176 7,244 | belongs to the eparchial~bishop. 2. All who are admitted 177 7,244 | law or by the eparchial~bishop; (2) observe secrecy within 178 7,244 | law or by the eparchial bishop.~ 179 7,245 | law, assists the eparchial bishop in governing the whole eparchy.~ 180 7,247 | appointed by~the eparchial bishop and can freely be removed 181 7,247 | matters. 3. The eparchial bishop is not to commit the office 182 7,247 | inclusive. 4. The eparchial bishop can take the~protosyncellus 183 7,247 | consent of their eparchial bishop.~ 184 7,248 | governance as the eparchial bishop, excepting~those things 185 7,248 | things which the eparchial bishop has reserved to himself~ 186 7,248 | Apostolic See to the eparchial bishop as well as the execution 187 7,248 | for which the eparchial~bishop has been chosen on account 188 7,249 | report to the eparchial~bishop on the principal matters 189 7,251 | accepted by the eparchial~bishop, or removal. 2. When the 190 7,251 | office of the eparchial~bishop, the authority of the protosyncellus 191 7,255 | office by the eparchial bishop, but not by the eparchial 192 7,256 | Canon 256~1. The eparchial bishop is to set up in a safe place 193 7,257 | key kept by the eparchial bishop and the chancellor; no one 194 7,257 | permission of the eparchial~bishop alone or the protosyncellus 195 7,258 | either of the eparchial bishop alone or the protosyncellus 196 7,260 | 260~1. Only the eparchial bishop may have the key to the 197 7,261 | Canon 261~1. The eparchial bishop is to see that the acts 198 7,261 | established by~the eparchial bishop are to be observed.~ 199 7,262 | Canon 262~1. The eparchial bishop, after consulting the college 200 7,262 | judgment of the~eparchial bishop after consulting the college 201 7,262 | authority of the eparchial~bishop, who is to determine more 202 7,262 | administration to the~eparchial bishop every year and as often 203 7,262 | requested by~the eparchial bishop; the eparchial bishop is 204 7,262 | eparchial bishop; the eparchial bishop is to examine the account 205 7,263 | Canon 263~1. The eparchial bishop is to establish a finance 206 7,263 | president, who is the eparchial bishop himself, and~of other suitable 207 7,263 | appointed by the eparchial bishop after consulting the college 208 7,263 | confirmation of the eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial finance 209 7,263 | related to the eparchial bishop up to the fourth degree 210 7,263 | economic matters the eparchial bishop is not to omit hearing the~ 211 7,264 | law, assists the eparchial bishop by~its advice in those things 212 7,265 | approved by~the eparchial bishop without prejudice to the 213 7,266 | the right of the eparchial bishop to freely appoint~other 214 7,269 | pertains to the eparchial bishop to convoke the presbyteral 215 7,269 | members. ~2. The eparchial bishop is to hear the presbyteral 216 7,269 | act without the eparchial bishop, who alone can divulge those~ 217 7,270 | the~eparchy, the eparchial bishop must establish a new presbyteral~ 218 7,270 | abusing it, the eparchial bishop can dissolve it after~consulting 219 7,270 | consulting the eparchial bishop~senior in episcopal ordination, 220 7,271 | Canon 271~1. The eparchial bishop must establish a college 221 7,271 | the college, the~eparchial bishop is to restore the college 222 7,271 | appointed~by the eparchial bishop from those who, at the time 223 7,271 | council. 5. The eparchial bishop presides over the college 224 7,271 | the place of the eparchial~bishop or, if none has been designated, 225 7,271 | establishes that the eparchial bishop needs the consent~of the 226 7,272 | authority of the eparchial bishop, to investigate, ponder~ 227 7,273 | determined by the eparchial bishop. 2. ~The pastoral council 228 7,273 | suitable, the~eparchial bishop can invite others also to 229 7,274 | be given by the~eparchial bishop. 2. When the eparchial see 230 7,275 | belongs to the eparchial bishop alone to convoke the pastoral~ 231 7,276 | the name of the~eparchial bishop and in the same district, 232 7,276 | belongs to the eparchial~bishop, after consulting the presbyteral 233 7,277 | certain parish; the~eparchial bishop, having heard, if he considers 234 7,277 | just cause, the eparchial bishop can remove a protopresbyter 235 7,278 | determination made by the eparchial bishop.~ 236 7,280 | judgment of the eparchial bishop, having consulted~the presbyteral 237 7,280 | competency of~the eparchial bishop to erect, modify and suppress 238 7,281 | cooperator of the eparchial bishop, is entrusted the care of~ 239 7,281 | authority of the same eparchial bishop. 2. A juridic person~cannot 240 7,282 | Canon 282~1. The eparchial bishop, but not the administrator 241 7,282 | made between the eparchial bishop and the major superior~of 242 7,283 | Canon 283~The eparchial bishop is not to remove from the 243 7,284 | solely to the eparchial~bishop, who freely names them. 244 7,284 | institute to the eparchial bishop for appointment,~with due 245 7,284 | into with the eparchial~bishop or other authority determined 246 7,285 | circumstances, the eparchial bishop is to confer a vacant parish 247 7,287 | reports on it to the eparchial bishop, and what are those of the~ 248 7,291 | offerings; the eparchial bishop is competent, after consulting 249 7,292 | of~this. 3. The eparchial bishop is to issue norms which 250 7,296 | norms, of the eparchial bishop himself; the pastor is to 251 7,296 | inspected by the eparchial bishop or his delegate~during his 252 7,297 | accepted by the~eparchial bishop, expiration of term, removal 253 7,297 | office to the eparchial~bishop, who, after considering 254 7,297 | resignation; the eparchial bishop, taking into account the 255 7,298 | the parish, the~eparchial bishop is to appoint as soon as 256 7,299 | pastor unless the eparchial bishop determines~otherwise. 2. 257 7,300 | nearest pastor; the eparchial bishop~is to determine at an early 258 7,300 | to inform the eparchial~bishop.~ 259 7,301 | parish. 3. The eparchial~bishop freely names a parochial 260 7,302 | letters of the eparchial bishop and under the authority 261 7,302 | prescriptions of the eparchial bishop or lawful~custom; the parochial 262 7,303 | removed by the eparchial bishop for a~just cause; however, 263 7,305 | is named by the eparchial bishop~without prejudice to the 264 7,305 | patriarchal right, the eparchial bishop is competent to name the 265 7,305 | church unless the eparchial bishop has determined otherwise.~ 266 7,310 | Canon 310~The eparchial bishop can remove the rector of 267 8,319 | states that the eparchial bishop needs the consent or~advice 268 8,321 | exarch who is not an ordained bishop has the privileges and insignia 269 10,329 | advanced age; (3) the eparchial bishop especially, joining forces~ 270 10,330 | proper to the eparchial bishop to develop this type of 271 10,334 | erected by the eparchial bishop for his own~eparchy or in 272 10,356 | each year to the eparchial bishop or, if the situation is~ 273 10,356 | established it. 2. The eparchial bishop~or major superior is to 274 10,359 | obtain from his~eparchial bishop letters of dismissal signed 275 10,359 | dismissal signed by that same bishop~and at the same time must 276 10,359 | signed by~the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which 277 10,360 | eparchial bishops and neither bishop expresses opposition in~ 278 10,362 | eparchy by his own eparchial bishop or returned by the hosting~ 279 10,362 | by the hosting~eparchial bishop observing the agreements 280 10,365 | iuris that the eparchial~bishop releasing the cleric obtain 281 10,366 | Canon 366~1. The eparchial bishop is not to enroll an alien 282 10,366 | the dismissing eparchial bishop, secretly if appropriate, 283 10,366 | the law. 2. The eparchial bishop is to inform the previous 284 10,366 | inform the previous eparchial bishop about the~completed enrollment 285 10,370 | patriarch and the eparchial~bishop.~ 286 10,371 | obtain from their eparchial bishop an office, ministry~or function 287 10,384 | judgment of the eparchial bishop or,~if particular law so 288 10,385 | consulted his own eparchial bishop or,~as the case may be, 289 10,386 | subject to the eparchial~bishop in those matters which regard 290 10,391 | belongs to the eparchial bishop to~judge authentically concerning 291 10,393 | encouragement of their own eparchial bishop or superior, to exercise 292 12,412 | the rule of the eparchial~bishop and subject them to him 293 12,413 | the patriarch or eparchial bishop, with due~regard for can. 294 12,414 | pertains to the eparchial bishop: (1) to approve typicon 295 12,414 | consent of the eparchial bishop of~the eparchy where the 296 12,415 | and duty~of the eparchial bishop to make a visitation of 297 12,415 | suggest it. 3. The eparchial bishop can entrust apostolic~work 298 12,431 | who becomes a patriarch, bishop or~exarch: (1) remains bound 299 12,431 | who becomes a patriarch, bishop or exarch: (1) if~through 300 12,431 | whatever a patriarch, eparchial bishop,~or exarch acquires, he 301 12,434 | if it was~erected by the bishop but has not obtained a decree 302 12,435 | Canon 435~1. The eparchial bishop is competent to erect a 303 12,436 | subject and of the eparchial bishop where~the monastery is to 304 12,437 | permission of the eparchial bishop is required in the case 305 12,438 | consulted,~the eparchial bishop if the monastery is of eparchial 306 12,438 | consent of the eparchial bishop. 4. ~The property of a suppressed 307 12,439 | subject to the same eparchial~bishop may form a confederation 308 12,439 | consent of the~eparchial bishop, who is also entitled to 309 12,443 | prejudice to the right of~the bishop of the eparchy to preside 310 12,452 | consulting their own eparchial bishop nor~can they be admitted 311 12,452 | licitly, if the eparchial bishop objects to~it because their 312 12,472 | sent to the local eparchial bishop~where the monastery is located, 313 12,472 | stauropegial monastery, to the bishop designated by the patriarch.~ 314 12,486 | consulted the~eparchial bishop and with the consent of 315 12,486 | obligations of an eparchial~bishop toward the monastery, the 316 12,487 | patriarch, the eparchial bishop and the president of the 317 12,489 | council. 2. The eparchial~bishop can grant this indult only 318 12,491 | subject to the eparchial bishop of the place~where he or 319 12,494 | found a~benevolent eparchial bishop to receive him. 2. The eparchial~ 320 12,494 | receive him. 2. The eparchial~bishop can receive him either unconditionally 321 12,496 | council, to the eparchial bishop whose~competence it is, 322 12,499 | confirmed by the eparchial bishop, or by the patriarch if 323 12,505 | erected by the eparchial~bishop, and it has not obtained 324 12,506 | Canon 506~1. The eparchial bishop can erect only congregations, 325 12,509 | consent of the eparchial bishop. If it is the~case of erecting 326 12,510 | consultation with the eparchial bishop. The~suppression of the 327 12,537 | professed~members. 2. The bishop to whom the superior must 328 12,537 | letters is the eparchial bishop of the place in which~the 329 12,537 | has a domicile; to another bishop, however, if the~eparchial 330 12,537 | however, if the~eparchial bishop has given permission, is 331 12,537 | governs it is not an ordained bishop. In each case it is necessary 332 12,537 | certain to the ordaining bishop by an authentic document 333 12,540 | the norms of the eparchial bishop, are to be followed.~ 334 12,543 | same way to the eparchial~bishop.~ 335 12,544 | consent of the eparchial bishop of the place where the main 336 12,546 | confirmed~by the local eparchial bishop where the main house of 337 12,549 | eparchial right, the eparchial bishop; (2) the eparchial bishop 338 12,549 | bishop; (2) the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which~ 339 12,552 | statutes to the eparchial bishop or another~authority to 340 12,560 | letters are to be sent to the bishop mentioned in can. 537, 2. ~ 341 12,568 | approved by the eparchial bishop or by~the competent higher 342 12,568 | up to the~same eparchial bishop or authority to also dissolve 343 13,575 | confederations: (1) the eparchial bishop for eparchial associations, 344 13,575 | consent of the eparchial bishop is required; however, the~ 345 13,575 | consent given by an eparchial bishop for the erection of a house~ 346 13,577 | the duty of the eparchial bishop to be vigilant of all associations 347 13,583 | ordination; (2) by an eparchial bishop,~if the associations were 348 15,609 | Canon 609~The eparchial bishop is to supervise the preaching 349 15,610 | everywhere,~unless the eparchial bishop in a special case expressly 350 15,610 | of clerics, the eparchial bishop also may give the mandate 351 15,632 | as such by the eparchial bishop or by a superior ecclesiastical 352 15,633 | Canon 633~1. The eparchial bishop has the right to judge any 353 15,635 | Canon 635~The eparchial bishop is to see to it that Catholic 354 15,636 | vigilance of the eparchial bishop. 2. It is~also his responsibility 355 15,637 | judgment of the eparchial bishop, is deficient, true Catholic~ 356 15,638 | Canon 638~1. The eparchial bishop has the right of visiting 357 15,652 | and morals, the eparchial bishop, the synod of bishops of 358 15,661 | blessed by the eparchial bishop or a superior authority 359 16,670 | established by the eparchial bishop or by a superior authority. 360 16,670 | with dignity, the eparchial bishop can grant the use of a Catholic 361 16,671 | judgment of the eparchial bishop, the synod of bishops of~ 362 16,678 | enrolled, the eparchial bishop should designate~a priest 363 16,693 | is confected only by a bishop, with due regard for particular 364 16,700 | Liturgy united with the bishop as president~or with another 365 16,701 | permission of the eparchial bishop,~while observing all the 366 16,703 | rector. 2. The eparchial bishop is free to make more specific 367 16,720 | pilgrimage. 3. ~The eparchial bishop is competent to decide when 368 16,722 | to liceity, the eparchial bishop denies it in a special case. 369 16,722 | norms made by the eparchial bishop and also~with at least the 370 16,728 | reserved to the eparchial bishop to absolve from the sin 371 16,743 | ordination celebrated by a bishop in virtue~of the working 372 16,744 | Canon 744~Only a bishop validly administers sacred 373 16,745 | metropolitan, so that no other~bishop is permitted to ordain anyone 374 16,745 | permitted to ordain anyone a bishop unless it is previously 375 16,746 | Canon 746~1. A bishop should be ordained by three 376 16,746 | 2. The second and third bishop, if they~cannot be bishops 377 16,746 | iuris as the first ordaining bishop, can be of another Church 378 16,747 | ordained~by his own eparchial bishop or by another bishop with 379 16,747 | eparchial bishop or by another bishop with lawful~dimissorial 380 16,748 | eparchy, the proper eparchial bishop is the bishop of~the eparchy 381 16,748 | eparchial bishop is the bishop of~the eparchy in which 382 16,748 | in an eparchy, it is the bishop of that eparchy. 2. An eparchial 383 16,748 | eparchy. 2. An eparchial bishop cannot ordain a candidate 384 16,749 | 749~In another eparchy, a bishop is prohibited from celebrating 385 16,749 | permission of the eparchial bishop,~unless particular law of 386 16,750 | 1) the proper eparchial~bishop; (2) the administrator of 387 16,750 | rejected by the eparchial bishop.~ 388 16,752 | from the proper eparchial bishop~to any bishop of the same 389 16,752 | eparchial bishop~to any bishop of the same Church sui iuris; 390 16,752 | iuris; not, however, to a~bishop of a Church different than 391 16,755 | Canon 755~An eparchial bishop or major superior, only 392 16,757 | judgment of the eparchial bishop or major superior.~ 393 16,761 | to the proper eparchial bishop~or major superior a signed 394 16,767 | Canon 767~1. The eparchial bishop or the hierarch of an institute 395 16,770 | Canon 770~The ordaining bishop with legitimate dimissorial 396 16,771 | of any, to the eparchial bishop or the pastor before the 397 16,771 | ordination. 3. The eparchial bishop shall entrust the pastor~ 398 16,771 | publication. 4. The eparchial bishop should not~omit to make 399 16,774 | ordained and the ordaining bishop, the place and date of~the 400 16,774 | curia. 2. The ordaining~bishop should give an authentic 401 16,774 | they were ordained by a bishop with dimissorial letters, 402 16,774 | certificate to their own eparchial bishop or major superior so that~ 403 16,775 | Canon 775~The eparchial bishop or major superior is to 404 16,841 | by the~proper eparchial bishop. 2. Furthermore, the pastor 405 16,852 | patriarch and an eparchial bishop can grant a radical sanation~ 406 16,868 | permission of the eparchial bishop, unless it~is expressly 407 16,870 | consent of the eparchial bishop is given in writing, unless~ 408 16,871 | reserved to the eparchial bishop, who can grant the faculty 409 16,871 | consecrating to another bishop; after the consecration 410 16,873 | repair it, the eparchial~bishop can relegate it to profane 411 16,873 | divine worship, the eparchial bishop can relegate it~to profane 412 16,874 | someone who was a patriarch, bishop or exarch. ~4. Parishes, 413 17,898 | hierarchs, can receive a bishop of an Eastern non-Catholic 414 17,899 | the competent authority; a bishop cannot validly exercise 415 18,904 | appointed~by the eparchial bishop with the special function 416 19,910 | the right of the eparchial~bishop, to designate guardians 417 19,916 | sui iuris, the eparchial bishop of~these people can appoint 418 19,916 | consent~of the eparchial bishop of the pastor who is to 419 19,928 | responsibility of the eparchial~bishop, after having consulted 420 21,984 | iuris, and an eparchial bishop, as~well as one who for 421 21,984 | hierarchs are the eparchial bishop, the exarch, the apostolic 422 21,987 | by name to the eparchial bishop, are understood to belong 423 21,987 | belong only to the eparchial bishop and to the exarch,~to the 424 22,997 | is made to the~eparchial bishop; against those who act by 425 22,999 | decrees of the eparchial bishop, by which a first recourse 426 23,1012| the eparchy, the~eparchial bishop has the right, with the 427 23,1013| Canon 1013~1. The eparchial bishop has the right, within the 428 23,1014| faithful, the eparchial bishop may prescribe the taking 429 23,1022| responsibility of the eparchial bishop to supervise the administration 430 23,1036| eparchy; (2) the eparchial bishop, who gets in each case the~ 431 23,1036| subject to that~eparchial bishop; (3) the authority determined 432 23,1036| subject to the eparchial bishop. 2. In patriarchal Churches, 433 23,1036| otherwise; (2) the eparchial bishop and the patriarch~who has 434 23,1036| subject to an eparchial bishop who exercises his power~ 435 23,1036| subject to an eparchial~bishop, even if pontifical right, 436 23,1047| subject~to an eparchial bishop, they are to be remanded 437 23,1048| constituted only by an~eparchial bishop or another higher authority. 438 23,1052| income. 3. The eparchial bishop has the power, when~income 439 23,1052| do so. 4. The eparchial bishop also has the~power of reducing 440 23,1052| right. 6. The~eparchial bishop can delegate the powers 441 23,1052| and 4~only to a coadjutor bishop, auxiliary bishop, protosyncellus 442 23,1052| coadjutor bishop, auxiliary bishop, protosyncellus or~syncellus, 443 24,1062| is to substitute another~bishop; likewise, in the case where 444 24,1064| metropolitan or another eparchial bishop for whom there is no superior 445 24,1064| metropolitan or eparchial bishop has designated in a stable~ 446 24,1066| Canon 1066~1. The eparchial bishop is the judge of first instance 447 24,1066| represented by the eparchial bishop, the appellate tribunal 448 24,1067| tribunal, or an eparchial bishop elected by them, has all 449 24,1067| powers which an eparchial bishop has over his own tribunal; 450 24,1068| powers which an eparchial bishop~has over his own tribunal. 451 24,1084| judge,~unless the eparchial bishop reserves a certain case 452 24,1084| can permit the eparchial bishop to entrust cases to a~single 453 24,1086| Canon 1086~1. The eparchial bishop is bound to appoint a judicial 454 24,1086| tribunal with the eparchial bishop, but he cannot judge cases 455 24,1086| cases which~the eparchial bishop has reserved to himself. 456 24,1087| Canon 1087~1. The eparchial bishop is to appoint eparchial 457 24,1088| until~the new eparchial bishop provides for the matter. 458 24,1088| when~the new eparchial bishop arrives, he needs confirmation.~ 459 24,1090| his prudence the eparchial bishop has decided~otherwise, the 460 24,1093| office by the eparchial bishop. 2. The eparchial bishop 461 24,1093| bishop. 2. The eparchial bishop can approve for the~office 462 24,1095| the task of the eparchial bishop~to judge whether or not 463 24,1099| Canon 1099~1. The eparchial bishop is to name the promoter 464 24,1100| removed by the eparchial~bishop for a just cause.~ 465 24,1102| of the proper eparchial~bishop or major superior. 2. Unless 466 24,1107| 5. 2. ~If the eparchial bishop is the judge and an objection 467 24,1128| however, the eparchial bishop of the place should be informed 468 24,1128| permission of the eparchial bishop of the place~he enters and 469 24,1128| a site designated by the bishop.~ 470 24,1137| having heard the eparchial bishop of the person to whom the~ 471 24,1184| either~by the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which 472 25,1340| otherwise, the eparchial bishop of the eparchy in which 473 26,1367| tribunal~and the eparchial bishop.~ 474 26,1378| a decree of~a eparchial bishop, or by a sentence of a judge. 475 26,1378| divine law, the~eparchial bishop of the eparchy of residence 476 26,1378| permission of the eparchial bishop, that the case be deferred 477 26,1383| is made by the eparchial bishop. ~2. The eparchial bishop 478 26,1383| bishop. ~2. The eparchial bishop can make this declaration 479 26,1383| complex cases, an eparchial bishop exercising his power within 480 26,1389| parish by the eparchial~bishop.~ 481 26,1391| is present, the eparchial bishop is to discuss the matter~ 482 26,1391| proposed by~the eparchial bishop; but if subsequently he 483 26,1391| discretion of the eparchial bishop after~having notified the 484 26,1391| has notified the eparchial bishop, without the need of each~ 485 26,1392| accepted by the eparchial bishop~and is actually accepted.~ 486 26,1393| time~period the eparchial bishop is to repeat the invitation 487 26,1393| for response. 2. If the bishop has the~proof that the pastor 488 26,1393| no reasons, the eparchial bishop~is to issue the decree of 489 26,1394| insufficient to the eparchial bishop, in order for the latter 490 26,1395| been removed, the eparchial bishop is to provide for him through 491 26,1396| parish to the one to whom the bishop entrusts the~parish. 2. 492 26,1396| inconvenience, the~eparchial bishop is to leave the rectory 493 26,1396| the decree of removal, the bishop cannot name a new pastor 494 26,1397| another office, the~eparchial bishop is to propose the transfer 495 26,1398| persuasion of the eparchial bishop, he is to explain his reasons 496 26,1399| alleged, if the eparchial bishop~judges that he is not going 497 26,1399| refuses and the eparchial bishop thinks the transfer must~ 498 26,1399| passed in vain, the eparchial~bishop is to declare the parish 499 27,1402| major archbishop, eparchial bishop and~the major superior of 500 27,1413| good, unless the eparchial bishop or the judge decides in~


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