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     Title, Canon
1001 4,78 | Canon 78~1. The power which, according 1002 16,781 | Canon 781~If the Church must judge 1003 16,782 | Canon 782~1. Engagements, which praiseworthily 1004 16,783 | Canon 783~1. Pastors of souls are 1005 16,785 | Canon 785~1. Pastors of souls are 1006 16,786 | Canon 786~All the Christian faithful 1007 16,787 | Canon 787~The pastor who conducted 1008 16,788 | Canon 788~If after a diligent investigation 1009 16,789 | Canon 789~Although the marriage can 1010 4,79 | Canon 79~The patriarch represents 1011 16,790 | Canon 790~1. A diriment impediment 1012 16,791 | Canon 791~An impediment which can 1013 16,792 | Canon 792~The particular law of any 1014 16,793 | Canon 793~A custom which introduces 1015 16,794 | Canon 794~1. In a special case, the 1016 16,798 | Canon 798~The priests mentioned in 1017 16,799 | Canon 799~Unless there is a contrary 1018 4,80 | Canon 80~The patriarch is: (1) to 1019 16,800 | Canon 800~1. A man before he has completed 1020 16,801 | Canon 801~1. Antecedent and perpetual 1021 16,802 | Canon 802~1. A person who is held 1022 16,803 | Canon 803~1. Marriage with a non-baptized 1023 16,804 | Canon 804~Persons who are in holy 1024 16,805 | Canon 805~Persons who are bound by 1025 16,806 | Canon 806~No marriage can take place 1026 16,807 | Canon 807~1. A person who, with the 1027 16,808 | Canon 808~1. In the direct line of 1028 16,809 | Canon 809~1. Affinity invalidates 1029 4,81 | Canon 81~Acts of the Roman Pontiff 1030 16,810 | Canon 810~1. The impediment of public 1031 16,811 | Canon 811~1. From baptism there arises 1032 16,812 | Canon 812~They cannot validly contract 1033 16,813 | Canon 813~Marriage between two baptized 1034 16,815 | Canon 815~The particular law of each 1035 16,816 | Canon 816~Local hierarchs and other 1036 16,817 | Canon 817~1. Matrimonial consent is 1037 16,818 | Canon 818~They are incapable of contracting 1038 16,819 | Canon 819~For matrimonial consent 1039 4,82 | Canon 82~1. By his own right the 1040 16,820 | Canon 820~1. Error concerning the 1041 16,822 | Canon 822~Error concerning the unity, 1042 16,823 | Canon 823~The knowledge or opinion 1043 16,824 | Canon 824~1. The internal consent 1044 16,825 | Canon 825~A marriage is invalid if 1045 16,826 | Canon 826~Marriage based on a condition 1046 16,827 | Canon 827~Even if a marriage was entered 1047 16,828 | Canon 828~1. Only those marriages 1048 16,829 | Canon 829~1. From the day of taking 1049 4,83 | Canon 83~1. With due regard for the 1050 16,830 | Canon 830~1. As long as they legitimately 1051 16,831 | Canon 831~1. The local hierarch or 1052 16,833 | Canon 833~1. The local hierarch can 1053 16,835 | Canon 835~Dispensation from the form 1054 16,836 | Canon 836~Outside the case of necessity, 1055 16,837 | Canon 837~1. For the valid celebration 1056 16,838 | Canon 838~1. Marriage is to be celebrated 1057 16,839 | Canon 839~Before or after the canonical 1058 4,84 | Canon 84~1. The patriarch should 1059 16,841 | Canon 841~1. After the celebration 1060 16,842 | Canon 842~If a marriage is convalidated 1061 16,843 | Canon 843~1. To convalidate a marriage 1062 16,844 | Canon 844~The renewal of consent must 1063 16,845 | Canon 845~1. If the impediment is 1064 16,846 | Canon 846~1. A marriage which is invalid 1065 16,847 | Canon 847~A marriage which is invalid 1066 16,848 | Canon 848~1. The radical sanation 1067 16,849 | Canon 849~1. A radical sanation of 1068 16,850 | Canon 850~1. An invalid marriage can 1069 16,851 | Canon 851~1. A marriage cannot be 1070 16,852 | Canon 852~A patriarch and an eparchial 1071 16,854 | Canon 854~1. A marriage entered by 1072 16,857 | Canon 857~The baptized party has the 1073 16,858 | Canon 858~For a serious reason the 1074 16,859 | Canon 859~1. A non-baptized man who 1075 16,860 | Canon 860~A non-baptized person who, 1076 16,861 | Canon 861~In a doubtful matter the 1077 16,862 | Canon 862~A non-consummated marriage 1078 16,863 | Canon 863~1. Although it is earnestly 1079 16,864 | Canon 864~1. If either of the spouses 1080 16,865 | Canon 865~After the separation of 1081 16,866 | Canon 866~The innocent spouse can 1082 16,867 | Canon 867~1. Through the sacramentals, 1083 16,868 | Canon 868~Sacred places, which are 1084 16,869 | Canon 869~A church is a building exclusively 1085 4,87 | Canon 87~As long as provision is 1086 16,870 | Canon 870~No building destined to 1087 16,871 | Canon 871~1. Cathedral churches and, 1088 16,872 | Canon 872~1. Anything which is not 1089 16,873 | Canon 873~1. If a church in no way 1090 16,874 | Canon 874~1. It is the right of the 1091 16,875 | Canon 875~All Christian faithful and 1092 16,876 | Canon 876~1. An ecclesiastical funeral 1093 16,877 | Canon 877~Sinners are to be deprived 1094 16,878 | Canon 878~1. In the celebration of 1095 16,879 | Canon 879~After the internment has 1096 4,88 | Canon 88~1. Bishops of the patriarchal 1097 16,880 | Canon 880~1. Only the supreme authority 1098 16,881 | Canon 881~1. The Christian faithful 1099 16,882 | Canon 882~On the days of penance the 1100 16,883 | Canon 883~1. The Christian faithful 1101 16,884 | Canon 884~To foster the sanctification 1102 16,885 | Canon 885~Veneration through public 1103 16,886 | Canon 886~The practice of displaying 1104 16,888 | Canon 888~1. It is not permitted to 1105 16,889 | Canon 889~1. A vow, which is a deliberate 1106 16,890 | Canon 890~By its nature a vow obliges 1107 16,891 | Canon 891~A vow ceases when the time 1108 16,892 | Canon 892~A person who has power over 1109 16,893 | Canon 893~1. The following persons 1110 16,894 | Canon 894~Vows made before monastic 1111 16,895 | Canon 895~An oath, that is, the invocation 1112 17,896 | Canon 896~Whether it is a group or 1113 17,897 | Canon 897~A member of the Christian 1114 17,898 | Canon 898~1. Besides the Roman Pontiff, 1115 17,899 | Canon 899~The cleric of an Eastern 1116 4,90 | Canon 90~For a serious reason, after 1117 17,900 | Canon 900~1. One who has not yet completed 1118 17,901 | Canon 901~If non-Catholics, who do 1119 18,902 | Canon 902~Since concern for the restoration 1120 18,903 | Canon 903~The Eastern Catholic Churches 1121 18,904 | Canon 904~1. The undertakings of the 1122 18,905 | Canon 905~In fulfilling ecumenical 1123 18,906 | Canon 906~That it may become clearer 1124 18,907 | Canon 907~Directors of schools, hospitals 1125 19,909 | Canon 909~1. A person who has complete 1126 4,91 | Canon 91~The patriarch must be commemorated 1127 19,910 | Canon 910~1. An adult person enjoys 1128 19,911 | Canon 911~A person is called a traveler ( 1129 19,912 | Canon 912~1. Domicile is acquired 1130 19,914 | Canon 914~Spouses may have a common 1131 19,917 | Canon 917~Domicile and quasi-domicile 1132 19,918 | Canon 918~Consanguinity is calculated 1133 19,919 | Canon 919~1. Affinity arises from 1134 4,92 | Canon 92~1. The patriarch is to manifest 1135 19,920 | Canon 920~Besides physical persons, 1136 19,921 | Canon 921~1. Juridic persons are constituted 1137 19,922 | Canon 922~1. Every juridic person 1138 19,923 | Canon 923~An aggregate of persons 1139 19,925 | Canon 925~If even one member of a 1140 19,926 | Canon 926~1. Unless other provisions 1141 19,928 | Canon 928~Except for cases mentioned 1142 19,929 | Canon 929~When the territory of a 1143 4,93 | Canon 93~The patriarch is to reside 1144 19,930 | Canon 930~On the extinction of a juridic 1145 19,931 | Canon 931~1. For the validity of a 1146 19,932 | Canon 932~1. An act placed because 1147 19,933 | Canon 933~A juridic act placed because 1148 19,935 | Canon 935~Anyone who unlawfully inflicts 1149 20,936 | Canon 936~1. An ecclesiastical office 1150 20,937 | Canon 937~1. One who sets up an office 1151 20,938 | Canon 938~An office cannot be validly 1152 20,939 | Canon 939~Provision of an ecclesiastical 1153 4,94 | Canon 94~The patriarch must celebrate 1154 20,940 | Canon 940~1. In order to be promoted 1155 20,941 | Canon 941~Canonical provision, for 1156 20,942 | Canon 942~Two or more offices which 1157 20,943 | Canon 943~1. The provision of an office 1158 20,944 | Canon 944~An office which is vacant 1159 20,945 | Canon 945~A person who confers an 1160 20,946 | Canon 946~Provision of an office which 1161 20,949 | Canon 949~1. Once the convocation 1162 4,95 | Canon 95~1. The obligations of eparchial 1163 20,950 | Canon 950~Even if a person has the 1164 20,951 | Canon 951~No one can be permitted 1165 20,952 | Canon 952~If the freedom in an election 1166 20,954 | Canon 954~1. A vote is null, unless 1167 20,955 | Canon 955~1. Before the election begins 1168 20,958 | Canon 958~Unless other provisions 1169 20,959 | Canon 959~1. If the election requires 1170 4,96 | Canon 96~With regard to prayers and 1171 20,961 | Canon 961~If a canonical impediment, 1172 20,962 | Canon 962~At least two-thirds of the 1173 20,963 | Canon 963~1. The group must send the 1174 20,964 | Canon 964~1. If the postulation has 1175 20,965 | Canon 965~1. Office is lost, besides 1176 20,966 | Canon 966~Once it has taken effect, 1177 20,967 | Canon 967~A person of sound mind can 1178 20,968 | Canon 968~A resignation submitted 1179 20,969 | Canon 969~To be valid a resignation 1180 4,97 | Canon 97~The patriarch must diligently 1181 20,970 | Canon 970~1. A resignation which requires 1182 20,971 | Canon 971~A person who has resigned 1183 20,972 | Canon 972~1. Transfer can be effected 1184 20,973 | Canon 973~1. In the case of a transfer, 1185 20,974 | Canon 974~1. A person is removed from 1186 20,975 | Canon 975~1. Unless other provisions 1187 20,977 | Canon 977~If a person is removed from 1188 20,978 | Canon 978~Deprivation of office can 1189 4,98 | Canon 98~With the consent of the 1190 21,980 | Canon 980~1. The power of governance 1191 21,981 | Canon 981~1. The ordinary power of 1192 21,982 | Canon 982~1. Habitual faculties are 1193 21,983 | Canon 983~1. The burden of proving 1194 21,984 | Canon 984~1. Besides the Roman Pontiff, 1195 21,985 | Canon 985~1. The power of governance 1196 21,986 | Canon 986~A person can exercise executive 1197 21,987 | Canon 987~Those things which are in 1198 21,988 | Canon 988~1. Ordinary executive power 1199 21,989 | Canon 989~Ordinary executive power 1200 21,990 | Canon 990~1. Executive power delegated 1201 21,991 | Canon 991~1. Ordinary power ceases 1202 21,992 | Canon 992~1. Delegated power ceases 1203 21,993 | Canon 993~Executive power of governance 1204 21,994 | Canon 994~In factual or legal common 1205 21,995 | Canon 995~The prescriptions of law 1206 24,1055| in accordance with cann. 996-1006, alone is competent.~ 1207 22,998 | Canon 998~1. It is very desirable 1208 23,1033| harmed by such an arbitrary abandonment of duty.~ 1209 16,806 | place with a person who is abducted or at~least detained for 1210 16,806 | been separated~from the abductor or detainer and is in a 1211 15,664 | The local hierarch may abide by the judgment about books~ 1212 27,1412| 3. If the subsequent law abolishes the law or~at least the 1213 16,680 | Canon 680~An aborted fetus, if it is alive and 1214 14,591 | that the young Churches abound before long in native clerics;~( 1215 25,1227| in copy form without the above-mentioned hazards~the judge can decree 1216 Prel,4 | canons of the Code neither abrogate nor derogate from the~pacts 1217 Prel,6 | common or particular~laws are abrogated, which are contrary to the 1218 29,1502| Canon 1502~1. A later law abrogates a former law or derogates 1219 7,293 | Catholic Church~who have absented themselves from the reception 1220 16,727 | of souls, the~faculty of absolving from sins can be appropriately 1221 12,445 | the office of superior, abstaining~from any abuse whatever, 1222 16,882 | obliged to observe fast or abstinence in the manner established 1223 15,616 | words of~human wisdom and abstruse themes and preach to the 1224 7,270 | the eparchy or is~gravely abusing it, the eparchial bishop 1225 6,164 | as guests only if it is acceptable to the majority of~the members 1226 16,796 | is not considered to be accessible if he can~be contacted only 1227 10,388 | exception, or unless they accompany the authority who had granted 1228 27,1417| to commit an offense, and accomplices are not expressly mentioned 1229 15,601 | the task, which is to be accomplished in the~first place by the 1230 10,349 | should be taught so that it accomplishes a formation in the human 1231 15,622 | to the same Churches in accomplishing~their catechetical tasks 1232 10,347 | investigating the undertakings and accomplishments of the human~spirit, may 1233 7,221 | authority which common law accords to a protosyncellus; (3) ~ 1234 7,230 | eparchy; (2) the other income accruing to the eparchial bishop 1235 15,660 | or periodicals which are accustomed to attack openly the Catholic 1236 15,639 | whether a Catholic school~achieves its purpose and realizes 1237 25,1192| postal services,~with an acknowledgement of receipt card, or through 1238 28,1484| if the accused has been acquitted for a~reason which does 1239 25,1303| in court; (6) one person acted in the name of another~without 1240 16,698 | the action of~grace, is actuated and shared by the Church 1241 15,634 | to~the Catholic school to adapt these things to the particular 1242 25,1244| with the parties, and, when addressing specific~questions to the 1243 25,1273| case, the respondent can adduce conclusions and proofs, 1244 12,471 | they thereby become more adept in the arts and~tasks which 1245 15,600 | care; the faithful must~adhere to the authentic teaching 1246 15,598 | manifested~by the common adherence of the Christian faithful 1247 25,1336| to the same judge who can adjust the~assessment.~ 1248 8,319 | pastoral council, equitably adjusted~by reason of places and 1249 27,1437| faithful, though legitimately admonished does not obey, is to be~ 1250 16,883 | own Church sui iuris can adopt fully for themselves the 1251 16,689 | 3. If it is a case of an adopted child, the names of~the 1252 16,714 | sick, and~also is to be adored with the greatest reverence 1253 16,863 | not refuse pardon to an adulterous partner and not break up 1254 16,783 | catechesis adapted to youths and adults, by which the~Christian 1255 27,1407| warned at least once in advance to desist from the offense, 1256 15,652 | the media critically and advantageously; they are to foster cooperation 1257 14,586 | away from the~Church by adverse harassment.~ 1258 7,307 | Canon 307~If he thinks it advisable, the local hierarch can 1259 25,1246| certainty, the~judge may advise the witness of some matters 1260 7,192 | to them as assistants and advisers; he is to protect~their 1261 12,474 | prejudice to the typicon advising that confession be made~ 1262 26,1376| the special norms on~cases affecting the public good are to be 1263 16,863 | other spouse in marital affection. Tacit condonation is presumed 1264 2,39 | through the Fathers and which~affirm the divine unity in diversity 1265 16,785 | contrary indications, the affirmation of the spouses~is sufficient, 1266 28,1469| and if~he decides in the affirmative, whether the action is to 1267 12,418 | and also those who, if the aforementioned are missing, in the~meantime 1268 10,373 | Churches throughout~the ages is to be held in honor.~ 1269 27,1416| doctrine there is another aggravating circumstance, the judge 1270 19,925 | all of the rights of the aggregated~devolves upon that one member.~ 1271 12,440 | Canon 440~1. The aggregation of a non-confederated monastery 1272 25,1246| communicated to the witnesses~ahead of time. 2. However, if 1273 18,907 | able to receive spiritual~aide and the sacraments from 1274 10,340 | ministers of the Church, aimed at a unity of faith and~ 1275 15,640 | The Catholic university aims at making the Christian 1276 15,626 | doctrine of the Church, albeit adapted to those~they are 1277 10,346 | for apostolic labor: (1) alert to~the word of God, in constant 1278 4,59 | Constantinople, after that Alexandria, then Antioch and Jerusalem. 1279 2,28 | those which arise from~the Alexandrian, Antiochene, Armenian, Chaldean 1280 16,680 | aborted fetus, if it is alive and if it can be done, should 1281 26,1394| removal and its~reasons, alleging reasons which appear insufficient 1282 23,1028| which can be~profitably allocated for the goals of the Church 1283 7,291 | regulations which provide for~the allocation of these offerings as well 1284 14,586 | inappropriate way, or to allure him to join the Church; 1285 16,705 | the Divine Liturgy on the~altar of any Catholic church. 1286 7,228 | removing, destroying or~altering any documents of the eparchial 1287 7,238 | presbyter~is to be elected as an alternate to fill in for him if he 1288 4,115 | patriarchal Church, substitute alternately for the~impeded members 1289 15,604 | to take earnest care that~amidst the varieties of doctrinal 1290 15,647 | that is related to it, to analyze and to structure systematically 1291 16,808 | marriage is invalid between all ancestors and descendants. 2. In a 1292 16,847 | by law must be contracted anew according to that form in 1293 24,1106| friendship, due to great animosity, or due to a desire to make 1294 15,651 | fulfillment of its task of announcing the Gospel~everywhere the 1295 24,1133| mandate from the judge. 3. ~Anonymous letters are to be destroyed 1296 25,1248| provided that,~afterwards, the answers are transcribed and are 1297 16,801 | Canon 801~1. Antecedent and perpetual impotence 1298 4,59 | after that Alexandria, then Antioch and Jerusalem. 3. ~Among 1299 2,28 | arise from~the Alexandrian, Antiochene, Armenian, Chaldean and 1300 16,762 | committed the delict of apostasy, heresy or~schism; (3) a 1301 27,1436| punished as a heretic~or an apostate with a major excommunication; 1302 15,647 | them properly for various apostolates or ministries or for teaching 1303 29,1489| official commentary Acta Apostolicae Sedis, unless another~form 1304 12,554 | provides otherwise or it is~apparent from the nature of the matter.~ 1305 21,991 | from office is legitimately appealed or recourse taken.~ 1306 25,1315| the challenged sentence, append a copy of this sentence, 1307 29,1514| dispensation which has successive applications ceases also by the certain 1308 4,82 | methods to be observed in applying the law or urge the observance 1309 24,1070| determined the manner of appointing judges and other officers 1310 2,40 | foster an understanding and~appreciation of their own rite, and are 1311 14,587 | the Christian life and an apprenticeship duly lasting for~sometime. 1312 4,126 | Pontiff, unless the patriarch approaches the Roman Pontiff directly.~ 1313 27,1405| necessary to provide more aptly for ecclesiastical discipline; 1314 23,1033| Church is harmed by such an arbitrary abandonment of duty.~ 1315 10,381 | 381~1. Clerics are to be ardent in apostolic zeal, an example 1316 2,28 | Alexandrian, Antiochene, Armenian, Chaldean and Constantinopolitan 1317 16,693 | or other plants~and from aromatics, is confected only by a 1318 22,1005| extent of the damages which arose from its decree.~ 1319 | around 1320 10,348 | disciplines and their coherent~arrangement.~ 1321 7,282 | the parish, the financial arrangements, and what are the rights~ 1322 25,1192| citation or~who prevents its arrival is considered as having 1323 24,1088| the new eparchial bishop arrives, he needs confirmation.~ 1324 25,1292| in law and in fact, for~arriving at these conclusions, which 1325 23,1019| especially important due to artistic, historical~or material 1326 16,880 | Christ, the Epiphany, the Ascension,~the Dormition of the Holy 1327 12,570 | establish other kinds of ascetics who imitate~eremitical life, 1328 15,616 | the word of God should set aside words of~human wisdom and 1329 25,1331| opposition can be filed either by asking the tribunal~that issued 1330 10,346 | Canon 346~1. Those aspiring to the sacred ministry are 1331 25,1216| confession is a written or oral assertion against~oneself made by 1332 25,1224| it is for the judge~to assess whether such documents have 1333 Prel,2 | received or adapted, are to be~assessed mainly according to that 1334 24,1089| judge can make use of two assessors who are~members of the Christian 1335 12,459 | in pious meditations and assiduous prayer, so that~they may 1336 10,346 | they are to participate assiduously in the Divine Liturgy, which 1337 26,1395| provide for him through an assignment to another office, if he 1338 10,391 | prejudice to can. 578, 3, to associate~with others for the purpose 1339 7,301 | must be presbyters, can~be associated with the pastor whenever 1340 12,462 | monastic state is definitively assumed with perpetual~profession, 1341 15,622 | more efficacious~way and to assure the formation, including 1342 15,619 | in the same community, by assuring~those conditions in which 1343 16,707 | cause and having removed any astonishment on the part of the~Christian 1344 15,634 | obligation to create an~atmosphere animated by the Gospel spirit 1345 26,1386| Canon 1386~1. The libellus attacking the validity of sacred ordination~ 1346 4,145 | the necessary norms for attaining the goals of the~assembly, 1347 6,166 | particular law requires a greater attendance, any~session of the council 1348 11,404 | of religious science by attending classes and obtaining~academic 1349 25,1260| 1. The judge is to weigh attentively not only the conclusions~ 1350 24,1132| judge and~the notary are to attest that the act has been read 1351 10,387 | observed in regard to the attire of~clerics.~ 1352 4,150 | who desire to do so, can attribute the force of law to~disciplinary 1353 7,246 | authority which common law attributes to the protosyncellus.~ 1354 24,1115| officers of the tribunal and auditors also can be punished~with 1355 25,1285| to be~printed, the prior authorization of the judge is required 1356 15,666 | concerning the rights of authors.~ 1357 15,638 | without~prejudice to the autonomy of those institutes of consecrated 1358 26,1390| and~good parishioners or aversion to the pastor which are 1359 10,366 | testimonials concerning the background and morals of the cleric; ( 1360 7,233 | is impeded by captivity, banishment,~exile or incapacity of 1361 16,677 | available who knows how to baptize.~ 1362 16,696 | or those whom he lawfully baptizes~in virtue of another title, 1363 25,1201| Canon 1201~Barring some impediment, if no procedural 1364 | became 1365 | becoming 1366 16,872 | maintained in a church as befits~the house of God, and that 1367 | beforehand 1368 20,961 | person whom the electors believe to be more qualified and 1369 15,597 | is to confirm his fellow believers~in the faith, he proclaims 1370 29,1513| interpreted so~that their beneficiaries actually receive some favor. 1371 12,494 | orders until he has found a~benevolent eparchial bishop to receive 1372 27,1404| matter of penalties, the more benign interpretation~is to be 1373 23,1046| to be a trustee for goods bequeathed~for pious causes whether 1374 7,278 | difficult circumstances or are beset with problems. 3. The protopresbyter 1375 24,1147| Procurators and advocates who have betrayed their function for~the sake 1376 16,733 | or any other manner~from betraying the penitent for any reason. 1377 15,655 | to spread copies of~the bible, furnished with apt notes 1378 16,689 | together with the place of birth and also~the Church sui 1379 27,1448| media of communication, to blaspheme,~seriously harm good morals, 1380 24,1081| prescription of the law blocks this, by reason of connection 1381 16,698 | sacrifice, by which the~bloody sacrifice of the Cross is 1382 23,1027| ecclesiastical goods be sufficiently bonded according to civil law, 1383 10,329 | evangelical spirit~that boys and young people called 1384 13,575 | For~the erection of any branch of any non-eparchial association, 1385 24,1146| to win~the suit through bribery or to strike a bargain for 1386 15,601 | might shine everywhere more brightly illuminating all~people.~ 1387 10,347 | human~spirit, may acquire broad and solid instruction in 1388 21,989 | delegated for all cases~is to be broadly interpreted; any other is 1389 27,1456| 728, 1, n. 1; but if he broke the seal in another manner, 1390 16,876 | preference of the Church for the burial of bodies and that scandal~ 1391 16,874 | The departed are not to be buried in churches, any contrary 1392 15,665 | themselves or~others by buying, selling, reading, or passing 1393 27,1436| and catholic faith, or who calls it into doubt, or who totally~ 1394 24,1133| the case or are certainly~calumnious are to be destroyed.~ 1395 27,1452| another's good name with a calumny, is to be compelled to give~ 1396 23,1028| due and take care that the capital be repaid in due time; ( 1397 25,1245| points~at the same time, not captious, nor crafty, nor suggestive 1398 25,1192| acknowledgement of receipt card, or through another~method 1399 3,46 | of bishops; moreover the cardinals, the Roman curia,~pontifical 1400 7,278 | parish house is properly cared for. 2. In the district~ 1401 15,651 | communications offer their caring help to the pastoral~action 1402 14,584 | individual peoples; namely, in catechetics, their~own liturgical rites, 1403 15,626 | adapted to those~they are catechizing and responsive to the demands 1404 15,604 | no~harm, rather that the catholicity of the Church is put in 1405 27,1464| function in the Church, causing harm to another, is to be 1406 25,1328| be executed but~with due caution being taken to indemnify 1407 12,525 | temporary profession, must cede to whomever he or~she wishes, 1408 16,834 | enrolled in some Eastern~Church celebrates a marriage with one who 1409 16,670 | of a Catholic building or cemetery~or church according to the 1410 15,652 | more~efficacious than the censure and condemnation of evil. 1411 15,645 | and Catholic university centers for other~universities; 1412 14,587 | admitted~with liturgical ceremonies to the catechumenate, which 1413 16,811 | employed for the second ceremony.~ 1414 7,296 | certificate of baptism. ~3. Certificates which are given about the 1415 12,534 | s own request~to make a cession of his or her goods, provided 1416 2,28 | Alexandrian, Antiochene, Armenian, Chaldean and Constantinopolitan traditions.~ 1417 26,1360| following are capable of challenging a marriage: (1) the~spouses; ( 1418 25,1250| suppressing, correcting or changing it. 2. Finally the acts 1419 10,381 | of the laity, and also by channelling the experience of~these 1420 14,592 | methods suited to their characteristics and culture; to establish, 1421 24,1156| remove or~to lessen the charge of the petitioner. 2. A 1422 1,9 | lead; the Church already~cherishes them as its own. 2. The 1423 16,806 | unless~the person freely chooses marriage after having been 1424 16,692 | those who are baptized be chrismated with~holy myron, that by 1425 15,653 | about the use of radio, cinema, television and the like 1426 16,753 | Dimissorial letters can be circumscribed with restrictions or revoked 1427 25,1192| 1192~1. Notification of citations, decrees, sentences and 1428 24,1082| which first legitimately cites the respondent has the right 1429 28,1473| promoter of justice and~after citing the accused, prevent the 1430 11,404 | religious science by attending classes and obtaining~academic degrees. 1431 16,872 | is are to~care that such cleanliness is maintained in a church 1432 18,906 | Canon 906~That it may become clearer to the Christian faithful 1433 16,692 | more proper witnesses and co-builders in~the Kingdom of Christ.~ 1434 20,954 | invalid if an elector has been coerced directly or indirectly~by 1435 1,22 | be free from any~kind of coercion in choosing a state in life.~ 1436 4,140 | several~Churches sui iuris coexist.~ 1437 10,348 | the disciplines and their coherent~arrangement.~ 1438 30,1546| beginning of the reckoning coincides with the beginning of the 1439 15,596 | those who have been made collaborators of the~bishops by sacred 1440 12,497 | cases without delay, after collecting~the proofs, issue a declaration 1441 23,1021| have a special fund which collects~goods and offerings, and 1442 21,985 | possessed by judges or judicial~colleges, is to be exercised in the 1443 25,1251| that there is no danger of collusion or corruption.~ 1444 7,289 | witness of love which the Lord commanded; the pastor~is also to lead 1445 7,209 | The eparchial bishop must commemorate the Roman Pontiff~before 1446 16,715 | the Presanctified and for commemorations in the Divine Liturgy.~ 1447 7,203 | establishing, approving or commending them where expedient according~ 1448 29,1489| published~in the official commentary Acta Apostolicae Sedis, 1449 29,1515| administrative act is issued in commissorial form, its act of execution 1450 15,617 | an increasingly stronger commitment to the person of Christ.~ 1451 30,1542| territories; (5) obligations and commitments concerning~the celebration 1452 16,803 | the marriage~the party was commonly held to be baptized or his 1453 15,651 | and the transmission of communications offer their caring help 1454 16,891 | through dispensation or commutation.~ 1455 23,1054| may~reduce, moderate or commute the intentions of the Christian~ 1456 10,346 | Holy Spirit, as a familiar companion, they might~dwell with Christ 1457 12,572 | constitutions, and which are comparable to institutes of the consecrated 1458 14,586 | is strictly forbidden to compel someone, to persuade him 1459 25,1335| be liable for paying or compensating for judicial~expenses; ( 1460 10,372 | Canon 372~1. After completing the formation which is required 1461 26,1383| insufficient. 3. In uncertain~and complex cases, an eparchial bishop 1462 12,456 | non-confederated one, cannot comply with the prescriptions on 1463 15,606 | role and duty,~faithfully complying with the authentic magisterium 1464 6,168 | council of hierarchs is to compose a list of at~least three 1465 12,500 | in this instance must be composed~for validity of at least 1466 12,523 | novitiate it is required that it comprise one full and continuous 1467 25,1245| being interrogated, not comprising several points~at the same 1468 29,1530| Canon 1529~1. The concealment of the truth in the request 1469 12,486 | of the permanent synod,~concede the status of a stauropegial 1470 16,702 | priests are forbidden to concelebrate the Divine Liturgy~with 1471 12,416 | be carried out in common concert and harmony.~ 1472 27,1403| conditions simultaneously concur: ~the offender, who has 1473 15,652 | efficacious than the censure and condemnation of evil. 2. For~the safeguarding 1474 24,1153| from the day on which the condemnatory~sentence became an adjudged 1475 27,1436| a doctrine~that has been condemned as erroneous by the Roman 1476 16,863 | not expressly or tacitly condoned~the misdeed of the other 1477 10,346 | exercises of piety which are conducive to a spirit~of prayer and 1478 16,693 | plants~and from aromatics, is confected only by a bishop, with due 1479 12,443 | election of~the superior of a confederate monastery sui iuris, the 1480 10,372 | hierarch. 2. They are to attend~conferences which the hierarch has judged 1481 16,731 | Canon 731~One who confesses a false denunciation of 1482 16,711 | including the intention of confessing as~soon as possible.~ 1483 10,346 | to train for a~life more configured to the life of Christ, and, 1484 24,1083| decisions handed down in these conflicts.~ 1485 10,369 | implore from her the grace of~conforming themselves to her Son; they 1486 10,348 | followed either successively or conjointly. These same studies~are 1487 16,740 | are gravely ill, who lack consciousness or~the use of reason, are 1488 16,871 | can grant the faculty of~consecrating to another bishop; after 1489 19,934 | especially when there is a consensus, unless~there be a reason 1490 10,344 | of a minor seminary is to consist of~those things required 1491 25,1253| witness is reliable and firmly consistent or rather inconsistent, 1492 12,421 | to~reprove the unruly, to console the fainthearted, and to 1493 16,819 | marriage is a permanent consortium between a man and a woman 1494 23,1051| drawn up and retained in a conspicuous place lest the obligations 1495 27,1417| Canon 1417~When persons conspire together to commit an offense, 1496 4,59 | first place comes the see of Constantinople, after that Alexandria, 1497 2,28 | Armenian, Chaldean and Constantinopolitan traditions.~ 1498 7,226 | Canon 226~In the process of constituting the administrator of an 1499 7,266 | observed in regard to the constitution of~the presbyteral council: ( 1500 12,437 | of any monastery for the~construction and opening of schools,


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