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     Title, Canon
501 7,194 | Canon 194~The eparchial bishop can 502 7,195 | Canon 195~As much as possible, the 503 7,197 | Canon 197~The eparchial bishop, while 504 7,198 | Canon 198~The eparchial bishop is 505 7,200 | Canon 200~The eparchial bishop can 506 7,201 | Canon 201~1. Since he is obliged to 507 7,202 | Canon 202~The eparchial bishops of 508 7,203 | Canon 203~1. The eparchial bishop 509 7,204 | Canon 204~1. The eparchial bishop, 510 7,205 | Canon 205~1. The eparchial bishop 511 7,206 | Canon 206~1. The eparchial bishop 512 7,207 | Canon 207~An eparchial bishop of any 513 7,209 | Canon 209~1. The eparchial bishop 514 7,213 | Canon 213~1. In addition to the rights 515 7,214 | Canon 214~1. The coadjutor bishop 516 7,216 | Canon 216~1. The coadjutor bishop 517 7,217 | Canon 217~The coadjutor bishop and 518 7,218 | Canon 218~The prescriptions of cann. 519 7,219 | Canon 219~The eparchial see becomes 520 7,226 | Canon 226~In the process of constituting 521 7,228 | Canon 228~1. When the see is vacant 522 7,229 | Canon 229~The administrator of the 523 7,230 | Canon 230~Unless otherwise lawfully 524 7,234 | Canon 234~1. The governance of an 525 7,235 | Canon 235~The eparchial assembly assists 526 7,236 | Canon 236~The eparchial assembly is 527 7,237 | Canon 237~1. It is the right of the 528 7,238 | Canon 238~1. The following are to 529 7,239 | Canon 239~Those who must be present 530 7,240 | Canon 240~1. With due regard for the 531 7,241 | Canon 241~The eparchial bishop is 532 7,242 | Canon 242~The eparchial bishop is 533 7,243 | Canon 243~1. The eparchial bishop 534 7,244 | Canon 244~1. The appointment and removal 535 7,245 | Canon 245~In each eparchy a protosyncellus 536 7,246 | Canon 246~As often as the correct 537 7,247 | Canon 247~1. The protosyncellus and 538 7,248 | Canon 248~1. Unless otherwise expressly 539 7,249 | Canon 249~The protosyncellus and the 540 7,250 | Canon 250~The protosyncellus and the 541 7,251 | Canon 251~1. The protosyncellus and 542 7,252 | Canon 252~1. In the eparchial curia 543 7,255 | Canon 255~The chancellor and other 544 7,257 | Canon 257~1. The archive of the eparchial 545 7,258 | Canon 258~It is not permitted to remove 546 7,259 | Canon 259~1. There is also to be a 547 7,261 | Canon 261~1. The eparchial bishop 548 7,263 | Canon 263~1. The eparchial bishop 549 7,264 | Canon 264~A presbyteral council must 550 7,265 | Canon 265~The presbyteral council 551 7,266 | Canon 266~The following are to be 552 7,267 | Canon 267~1. In electing the members 553 7,268 | Canon 268~The manner of electing members 554 7,269 | Canon 269~1. It pertains to the eparchial 555 7,270 | Canon 270~1. The members of the presbyteral 556 7,272 | Canon 272~In the eparchy, if pastoral 557 7,273 | Canon 273~1. The pastoral council, 558 7,274 | Canon 274~1. The pastoral council 559 7,275 | Canon 275~It belongs to the eparchial 560 7,276 | Canon 276~1. The protopresbyter is 561 7,277 | Canon 277~1. The office of protopresbyter, 562 7,278 | Canon 278~1. Besides the powers and 563 7,279 | Canon 279~A parish is a definite community 564 7,280 | Canon 280~1. Generally, a parish is 565 7,281 | Canon 281~1. The pastor is to be a 566 7,282 | Canon 282~1. The eparchial bishop, 567 7,283 | Canon 283~The eparchial bishop is 568 7,285 | Canon 285~1. In order for a presbyter 569 7,286 | Canon 286~When the eparchial see is 570 7,287 | Canon 287~1. A pastor is to have the 571 7,288 | Canon 288~The pastor acquires the 572 7,289 | Canon 289~1. In carrying out the function 573 7,290 | Canon 290~1. In all juridic affairs 574 7,291 | Canon 291~All offerings except those 575 7,292 | Canon 292~1. The pastor is bound by 576 7,293 | Canon 293~The pastor is to remember 577 7,295 | Canon 295~In the parish there are 578 7,296 | Canon 296~1. In the parish there are 579 7,297 | Canon 297~1. The pastor ceases from 580 7,298 | Canon 298~If the parish becomes vacant 581 7,299 | Canon 299~1. The administrator of 582 7,300 | Canon 300~1. When the parish is vacant 583 7,301 | Canon 301~1. One or several parochial 584 7,303 | Canon 303~The parochial vicar can 585 7,304 | Canon 304~The rector of a church is 586 7,305 | Canon 305~1. The rector of a church 587 7,306 | Canon 306~1. In the church committed 588 7,307 | Canon 307~If he thinks it advisable, 589 7,308 | Canon 308~Without the permission, 590 7,309 | Canon 309~Under the authority of the 591 7,310 | Canon 310~The eparchial bishop can 592 8,311 | Canon 311~1. An exarchy is a portion 593 8,312 | Canon 312~The exarch governs the exarchy 594 8,313 | Canon 313~What is said in the law 595 8,314 | Canon 314~1. Within the territorial 596 8,315 | Canon 315~1. The exarch established 597 8,316 | Canon 316~From decrees of the exarch 598 8,317 | Canon 317~Exarchs are bound by the 599 8,318 | Canon 318~1. Exarchs appointed by 600 8,319 | Canon 319~1. Exarchs are bound by 601 2,32 | Canon 32~1. No one can validly transfer 602 8,320 | Canon 320~1. When the exarchy is vacant 603 8,321 | Canon 321~1. During the time he is 604 9,322 | Canon 322~1. When it seems opportune 605 10,323 | Canon 323~1. Clerics, who are also 606 10,324 | Canon 324~Clerics joined among themselves 607 10,325 | Canon 325~In virtue of sacred ordination 608 10,326 | Canon 326~Clerics are constituted 609 10,327 | Canon 327~If besides bishops, presbyters 610 10,328 | Canon 328~It is the proper right and 611 10,329 | Canon 329~1. The task of fostering 612 2,33 | Canon 33~A wife is at liberty to 613 10,331 | Canon 331~1. In the minor seminary, 614 10,332 | Canon 332~1. A minor seminary may 615 10,333 | Canon 333~Even if it is preferred 616 10,334 | Canon 334~1. A seminary is erected 617 10,335 | Canon 335~1. A seminary legitimately 618 10,337 | Canon 337~1. A seminary is to have 619 10,338 | Canon 338~1. In each and every seminary 620 10,339 | Canon 339~1. There is also to be at 621 2,34 | Canon 34~If the parents, or the Catholic 622 10,341 | Canon 341~1. The authority which erected 623 10,342 | Canon 342~1. Only those students are 624 10,343 | Canon 343~Students, even if admitted 625 10,344 | Canon 344~1. Adolescents and young 626 10,346 | Canon 346~1. Those aspiring to the 627 10,347 | Canon 347~Doctrinal instruction should 628 10,348 | Canon 348~1. For those who are destined 629 10,349 | Canon 349~1. Philosophical instruction 630 2,35 | Canon 35~Baptized non-Catholics coming 631 10,350 | Canon 350~1. Theological disciplines 632 10,351 | Canon 351~Teachers of the sacred sciences, 633 10,352 | Canon 352~1. The pastoral formation 634 10,353 | Canon 353~According to the norm of 635 10,355 | Canon 355~Candidates for ordination 636 10,356 | Canon 356~1. The rector is to send 637 10,357 | Canon 357~1. Every cleric is to be 638 10,358 | Canon 358~Through diaconal ordination 639 10,359 | Canon 359~In order that a cleric already 640 2,36 | Canon 36~The transfer to another 641 10,360 | Canon 360~1. Through a written agreement 642 10,361 | Canon 361~A cleric, mostly for the 643 10,362 | Canon 362~1. For a just reason a cleric 644 10,363 | Canon 363~The following cannot validly 645 10,364 | Canon 364~The enrollment of a cleric 646 10,366 | Canon 366~1. The eparchial bishop 647 10,367 | Canon 367~Clerics have, as their first 648 10,368 | Canon 368~Clerics are bound in a special 649 10,369 | Canon 369~1. The daily reading and 650 10,370 | Canon 370~Clerics are bound by a special 651 10,371 | Canon 371~1. Having fulfilled the 652 10,372 | Canon 372~1. After completing the 653 10,373 | Canon 373~Clerical celibacy chosen 654 10,374 | Canon 374~Clerics, celibate or married, 655 10,375 | Canon 375~In leading family life and 656 10,376 | Canon 376~The praiseworthy common 657 10,377 | Canon 377~All clerics must celebrate 658 10,378 | Canon 378~According to the norm of 659 10,379 | Canon 379~Clerics of whatever Church 660 2,38 | Canon 38~Christian faithful of Eastern 661 10,380 | Canon 380~All clerics are to have 662 10,381 | Canon 381~1. Clerics are to be ardent 663 10,382 | Canon 382~Clerics are to abstain completely 664 10,383 | Canon 383~Even though it is fitting 665 10,384 | Canon 384~1. As ministers of reconciliation 666 10,385 | Canon 385~1. Imbued with Christ's 667 10,386 | Canon 386~1. Clerics, even if they 668 10,387 | Canon 387~Particular law is to be 669 10,388 | Canon 388~Clerics to whom have been 670 10,389 | Canon 389~Clerics are to strive to 671 2,39 | Canon 39~The rites of the Eastern 672 10,391 | Canon 391~Clerics are free, without 673 10,392 | Canon 392~Clerics have a right to 674 10,393 | Canon 393~Clerics, whatever their 675 10,394 | Canon 394~After it has been validly 676 10,395 | Canon 395~A cleric who loses the clerical 677 10,398 | Canon 398~One who has lost the clerical 678 11,399 | Canon 399~In this Code, the name of 679 11,400 | Canon 400~In addition to those obligations 680 11,401 | Canon 401~It is above all the proper 681 11,402 | Canon 402~Lay Christian faithful have 682 11,403 | Canon 403~1. With due regard for the 683 11,404 | Canon 404~1. In addition to catechetical 684 11,405 | Canon 405~Lay persons should study 685 11,406 | Canon 406~Lay persons, aware of the 686 11,407 | Canon 407~Lay persons who live in 687 11,408 | Canon 408~1. Lay persons who excel 688 11,409 | Canon 409~1. Lay persons who devote 689 2,41 | Canon 41~The Christian faithful of 690 12,410 | Canon 410~The religious state is a 691 12,411 | Canon 411~The religious state shall 692 12,412 | Canon 412~1. All religious are subject 693 12,416 | Canon 416~Patriarchs as well as local 694 12,417 | Canon 417~If abuses have crept into 695 3,42 | Canon 42~Just as, by the Lord's decision, 696 12,421 | Canon 421~Superiors are bound by a 697 12,426 | Canon 426~Each and every religious, 698 12,427 | Canon 427~Each and every religious 699 12,428 | Canon 428~A member in perpetual vows 700 12,429 | Canon 429~Letters of religious to 701 3,43 | Canon 43~The bishop of the Church 702 12,431 | Canon 431~1. Without the written consent 703 12,433 | Canon 433~1. A monastery is a religious 704 12,434 | Canon 434~A monastery is of pontifical 705 12,435 | Canon 435~1. The eparchial bishop 706 12,436 | Canon 436~1. Every monastery sui iuris 707 12,438 | Canon 438~1. The patriarch is competent 708 3,44 | Canon 44~1. The Roman Pontiff obtains 709 12,440 | Canon 440~1. The aggregation of a 710 12,442 | Canon 442~Without prejudice to the 711 12,443 | Canon 443~1. The superior of a monastery 712 12,444 | Canon 444~1. The office of superior 713 12,446 | Canon 446~The superior shall reside 714 12,447 | Canon 447~1. There shall be a finance 715 12,449 | Canon 449~Before being admitted to 716 3,45 | Canon 45~1. The Roman Pontiff, by 717 12,455 | Canon 455~The novitiate begins with 718 12,456 | Canon 456~1. A monastery sui iuris 719 12,457 | Canon 457~1. In order that the novitiate 720 12,458 | Canon 458~1. The formation of the 721 3,46 | Canon 46~1. In exercising his office ( 722 12,460 | Canon 460~A novice cannot validly 723 12,462 | Canon 462~1. The monastic state is 724 12,463 | Canon 463~The typicon of the monastery 725 12,465 | Canon 465~What is prescribed in common 726 12,469 | Canon 469~Having made perpetual profession, 727 3,47 | Canon 47~When the Roman see is vacant 728 12,470 | Canon 470~The document certifying 729 12,475 | Canon 475~1. In each monastery, in 730 12,476 | Canon 476~Members of the monastery, 731 12,477 | Canon 477~1. The enclosure shall be 732 12,478 | Canon 478~The superior of the monastery 733 3,48 | Canon 48~In this Code the term "Apostolic 734 12,481 | Canon 481~A hermit is a member of 735 12,482 | Canon 482~In order to undertake the 736 12,483 | Canon 483~The place where the hermit 737 12,484 | Canon 484~The hermit depends on the 738 12,485 | Canon 485~The superior of the monastery 739 12,486 | Canon 486~1. The patriarch can for 740 12,487 | Canon 487~1. A member cannot transfer 741 3,49 | Canon 49~The college of bishops, 742 12,490 | Canon 490~Exclaustration can be imposed 743 12,492 | Canon 492~1. The perpetually professed 744 12,495 | Canon 495~A member who, after making 745 12,496 | Canon 496~1. One who during temporary 746 12,499 | Canon 499~A member can be dismissed 747 3,50 | Canon 50~1. The college of bishops 748 12,501 | Canon 501~1. The decree of dismissal 749 12,502 | Canon 502~By lawful dismissal, excluding 750 12,504 | Canon 504~1. An order is a society 751 12,508 | Canon 508~1. A province is a part 752 3,51 | Canon 51~1. It is for the Roman Pontiff 753 12,512 | Canon 512~1. A general synaxis, which 754 12,513 | Canon 513~1. In order for a member 755 12,514 | Canon 514~1. Superiors are to be constituted 756 12,517 | Canon 517~1. One is admitted validly 757 12,518 | Canon 518~Before being admitted to 758 12,519 | Canon 519~The right to admit candidates 759 3,52 | Canon 52~1. It is the right and obligation 760 12,520 | Canon 520~The novitiate begins in 761 12,521 | Canon 521~The erection, transfer and 762 12,522 | Canon 522~1. In order that the novitiate 763 12,523 | Canon 523~1. For validity of the novitiate 764 12,524 | Canon 524~1. A director shall be appointed 765 12,527 | Canon 527~For the validity of temporary 766 12,528 | Canon 528~A temporarily professed 767 3,53 | Canon 53~If the Apostolic See becomes 768 12,530 | Canon 530~In congregations, at least 769 12,531 | Canon 531~By perpetual profession 770 12,532 | Canon 532~For the validity of perpetual 771 12,533 | Canon 533~In orders the perpetual 772 12,534 | Canon 534~In congregations: (1) the 773 12,535 | Canon 535~1. In making any kind of 774 12,538 | Canon 538~1. In each house of orders 775 12,539 | Canon 539~1. The superiors shall see 776 3,54 | Canon 54~1. Decrees of an ecumenical 777 12,540 | Canon 540~In respect to the habit 778 12,541 | Canon 541~The norms respecting the 779 12,543 | Canon 543~A member of an order or 780 12,546 | Canon 546~1. The temporarily professed 781 12,547 | Canon 547~1. The major superior, having 782 12,548 | Canon 548~1. The indult of exclaustration 783 12,549 | Canon 549~1. A perpetually professed 784 4,55 | Canon 55~According to the most ancient 785 12,550 | Canon 550~A member, who is unlawfully 786 12,551 | Canon 551~What is prescribed in cann. 787 12,553 | Canon 553~The superior general is 788 12,554 | Canon 554~1. An institute in which 789 12,555 | Canon 555~All members of these societies 790 12,556 | Canon 556~In respect to the erection 791 12,557 | Canon 557~The mode of governance is 792 12,558 | Canon 558~1. The society, its provinces 793 12,559 | Canon 559~1. The statutes shall be 794 4,56 | Canon 56~A patriarch is a bishop 795 12,561 | Canon 561~The members of a society 796 12,562 | Canon 562~1. In the case of transfer 797 12,563 | Canon 563~1. A secular institute is 798 12,564 | Canon 564~The members of the secular 799 12,565 | Canon 565~A member of a secular institute 800 12,566 | Canon 566~Regarding the erection and 801 12,567 | Canon 567~1. The secular institutes, 802 12,568 | Canon 568~1. Regarding the admitting 803 12,569 | Canon 569~It is reserved to the particular 804 4,57 | Canon 57~1. The erection, restoration, 805 12,570 | Canon 570~Particular law can establish 806 12,571 | Canon 571~It is reserved to the Apostolic 807 12,572 | Canon 572~Societies of apostolic life, 808 13,573 | Canon 573~1. Associations which are 809 13,574 | Canon 574~With due regard in any case 810 13,576 | Canon 576~1. Every association is 811 13,579 | Canon 579~No association of the Christian 812 4,58 | Canon 58~Patriarchs of Eastern Churches 813 13,580 | Canon 580~One who has publicly rejected 814 13,581 | Canon 581~No one who has been legitimately 815 13,582 | Canon 582~A lawfully established and 816 13,583 | Canon 583~1. Associations erected 817 14,584 | Canon 584~1. The Church, following 818 14,585 | Canon 585~1. Each of the Churches 819 14,586 | Canon 586~It is strictly forbidden 820 14,587 | Canon 587~1. Persons who desire to 821 14,588 | Canon 588~Catechumens are free to 822 14,589 | Canon 589~Missionaries either native 823 4,59 | Canon 59~1. Patriarchs of Eastern 824 14,590 | Canon 590~In missionary activity attention 825 14,591 | Canon 591~Missionaries are to zealously 826 14,592 | Canon 592~1. In missionary territories 827 14,593 | Canon 593~1. All the presbyters of 828 14,594 | Canon 594~Missionary territories are 829 15,595 | Canon 595~1. The Church, to whom Christ 830 15,596 | Canon 596~The office of teaching in 831 15,597 | Canon 597~1. The Roman Pontiff, in 832 15,598 | Canon 598~All that is contained in 833 15,599 | Canon 599~A religious obsequium of 834 15,600 | Canon 600~Although they do not enjoy 835 15,601 | Canon 601~Each Church has the task, 836 15,602 | Canon 602~In pastoral care besides 837 15,603 | Canon 603~Literature and the arts, 838 15,604 | Canon 604~Pastors of the Church above 839 15,605 | Canon 605~It is the responsibility 840 15,606 | Canon 606~1. Theologians with their 841 15,607 | Canon 607~The ministry of the word 842 15,608 | Canon 608~Bishops, priests and deacons, 843 15,609 | Canon 609~The eparchial bishop is 844 4,61 | Canon 61~A patriarch can have a procurator 845 15,611 | Canon 611~By virtue of their office, 846 15,613 | Canon 613~Against the decree of a 847 15,615 | Canon 615~Eparchial bishops are to 848 15,616 | Canon 616~1. The preachers of the 849 15,617 | Canon 617~Each Church sui iuris and 850 15,618 | Canon 618~Parents first of all are 851 15,619 | Canon 619~Besides the Christian family, 852 15,620 | Canon 620~Associations and movements 853 15,621 | Canon 621~1. The synod of bishops 854 15,622 | Canon 622~1. In each Church sui iuris 855 15,623 | Canon 623~1. It is the responsibility 856 15,624 | Canon 624~1. The pastor should, keeping 857 15,625 | Canon 625~For ecumenical reasons catechesis 858 15,626 | Canon 626~Let all who are engaged 859 15,627 | Canon 627~1. The responsibility for 860 15,628 | Canon 628~1. The Church, which has 861 15,629 | Canon 629~All educators are to pay 862 15,630 | Canon 630~1. The Christian faithful 863 15,631 | Canon 631~1. Among the various means 864 15,632 | Canon 632~A school is not considered 865 15,634 | Canon 634~1. The Catholic school has 866 15,635 | Canon 635~The eparchial bishop is 867 15,636 | Canon 636~1. Catechetical formation 868 15,637 | Canon 637~In those schools in which 869 15,638 | Canon 638~1. The eparchial bishop 870 15,639 | Canon 639~As it depends chiefly on 871 4,64 | Canon 64~Those things which are required 872 15,640 | Canon 640~1. The Catholic university 873 15,641 | Canon 641~In Catholic universities 874 15,643 | Canon 643~In Catholic universities 875 15,644 | Canon 644~Those who teach subjects 876 15,645 | Canon 645~It is the responsibility 877 15,647 | Canon 647~The aim of ecclesiastical 878 15,648 | Canon 648~Ecclesiastical universities 879 15,649 | Canon 649~The establishment of ecclesiastical 880 4,65 | Canon 65~1. The synod of bishops 881 15,651 | Canon 651~1. In the fulfillment of 882 15,652 | Canon 652~1. Eparchial bishops are 883 15,653 | Canon 653~It is for the particular 884 15,654 | Canon 654~The norms of common law 885 15,655 | Canon 655~1. The Christian faithful 886 15,656 | Canon 656~1. Only books with ecclesiastical 887 15,658 | Canon 658~1. Catechisms and other 888 15,659 | Canon 659~It is recommended that all 889 15,660 | Canon 660~Unless there is a just and 890 15,661 | Canon 661~1. Ecclesiastical permission, 891 15,663 | Canon 663~1. Permission to publish 892 15,664 | Canon 664~1. The local hierarch may 893 15,665 | Canon 665~1. Pastors and rectors of 894 15,666 | Canon 666~1. The fruit of an author' 895 16,667 | Canon 667~Through the sacraments, 896 16,668 | Canon 668~1. Divine worship, if it 897 16,669 | Canon 669~Since the sacraments are 898 4,67 | Canon 67~In the election of a patriarch 899 16,670 | Canon 670~1. For a just cause Catholics 900 16,671 | Canon 671~1. Catholic ministers licitly 901 16,672 | Canon 672~1. The sacraments of baptism, 902 16,673 | Canon 673~The celebration of the sacraments, 903 16,674 | Canon 674~1. In celebrating the sacraments 904 16,675 | Canon 675~1. In baptism a person through 905 16,676 | Canon 676~In a case of urgent necessity, 906 16,677 | Canon 677~1. Baptism is administered 907 16,678 | Canon 678~1. In the territory of another 908 16,679 | Canon 679~Every person not yet baptized 909 4,68 | Canon 68~1. All bishops legitimately 910 16,680 | Canon 680~An aborted fetus, if it 911 16,681 | Canon 681~1. For an infant to be licitly 912 16,682 | Canon 682~1. For a person who is no 913 16,683 | Canon 683~Baptism must be be celebrated 914 16,684 | Canon 684~1. According to the most 915 16,685 | Canon 685~1. For a person to fulfill 916 16,686 | Canon 686~1. Parents are held to the 917 16,687 | Canon 687~1. Outside of a case of 918 16,688 | Canon 688~The person who administers 919 16,689 | Canon 689~1. The pastor of the place 920 16,690 | Canon 690~If the baptism was administered 921 16,691 | Canon 691~In order to prove a baptism, 922 16,692 | Canon 692~It is necessary that those 923 16,693 | Canon 693~Holy myron, which is made 924 16,694 | Canon 694~According to the tradition 925 16,695 | Canon 695~1. Chrismation with holy 926 16,696 | Canon 696~1. All presbyters of the 927 16,697 | Canon 697~Sacramental initiation in 928 16,698 | Canon 698~In the Divine Liturgy through 929 16,699 | Canon 699~1. Only bishops and presbyters 930 4,70 | Canon 70~Unless particular law establishes 931 16,700 | Canon 700~1. With regard to the manner 932 16,701 | Canon 701~A concelebration between 933 16,702 | Canon 702~Catholic priests are forbidden 934 16,703 | Canon 703~1. A priest who is unknown 935 16,704 | Canon 704~The Divine Liturgy can be 936 16,705 | Canon 705~1. A Catholic priest can 937 16,706 | Canon 706~In the Divine Liturgy the 938 16,707 | Canon 707~1. The preparation of the 939 16,708 | Canon 708~The local hierarchs and 940 16,709 | Canon 709~1. The priest distributes 941 16,710 | Canon 710~With respect to the participation 942 16,711 | Canon 711~A person who is conscious 943 16,712 | Canon 712~Those who are publicly unworthy 944 16,713 | Canon 713~1. The Divine Eucharist 945 16,714 | Canon 714~1. In churches where public 946 16,716 | Canon 716~With due regard for can. 947 16,718 | Canon 718~In the sacrament of penance, 948 16,719 | Canon 719~Anyone who is aware of serious 949 16,720 | Canon 720~1. Individual and integral 950 16,721 | Canon 721~1. For a member of the Christian 951 16,724 | Canon 724~1. Only the local hierarch 952 16,726 | Canon 726~1. The faculty of administering 953 16,727 | Canon 727~In some cases, in order 954 16,729 | Canon 729~Any reservation of the absolution 955 4,73 | Canon 73~If the one who is elected 956 16,730 | Canon 730~Absolution of an accomplice 957 16,732 | Canon 732~1. The confessor is to offer 958 16,733 | Canon 733~1. The sacramental seal 959 16,736 | Canon 736~1. The proper place for 960 16,737 | Canon 737~1. By the sacramental anointing 961 16,738 | Canon 738~The Christian faithful freely 962 16,739 | Canon 739~1. All priests, and only 963 16,740 | Canon 740~Christian faithful who are 964 16,741 | Canon 741~The oil to be used in the 965 16,742 | Canon 742~The words, order and manner 966 16,743 | Canon 743~Through sacramental ordination 967 16,744 | Canon 744~Only a bishop validly administers 968 16,745 | Canon 745~Episcopal ordination is 969 16,746 | Canon 746~1. A bishop should be ordained 970 16,747 | Canon 747~A candidate to the diaconate 971 16,749 | Canon 749~In another eparchy, a bishop 972 4,75 | Canon 75~If the one who is elected 973 16,750 | Canon 750~1. With due regard for cann. 974 16,751 | Canon 751~Dimissorial letters are 975 16,752 | Canon 752~Dimissorial letters can 976 16,753 | Canon 753~Dimissorial letters can 977 16,754 | Canon 754~Only a baptized man is able 978 16,755 | Canon 755~An eparchial bishop or major 979 16,756 | Canon 756~It is not permitted in any 980 16,757 | Canon 757~He who refuses to receive 981 16,758 | Canon 758~1. To be ordained licitly 982 16,759 | Canon 759~1. The prescribed age for 983 4,76 | Canon 76~1. By means of a synodal 984 16,760 | Canon 760~1. It is permissible to 985 16,763 | Canon 763~The following are impeded 986 16,764 | Canon 764~Impediments for receiving 987 16,765 | Canon 765~Ignorance of impediments 988 16,766 | Canon 766~Impediments are multiplied 989 16,767 | Canon 767~1. The eparchial bishop 990 16,768 | Canon 768~1. In the petition for obtaining 991 16,769 | Canon 769~1. The authority who admits 992 4,77 | Canon 77~1. A canonically elected 993 16,770 | Canon 770~The ordaining bishop with 994 16,772 | Canon 772~Every candidate for sacred 995 16,773 | Canon 773~Sacred ordinations should 996 16,774 | Canon 774~1. After the sacred ordination 997 16,775 | Canon 775~The eparchial bishop or 998 16,776 | Canon 776~1. The matrimonial covenant, 999 16,777 | Canon 777~From marriage each of the 1000 16,778 | Canon 778~All persons can enter into


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