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     Title, Canon
1501 4,144 | appropriate commissions and consultations, the patriarch is to~see 1502 16,699 | do so~more fully if they consume the Body and Blood of Christ 1503 16,796 | accessible if he can~be contacted only by means other than 1504 7,293 | to manifest in his daily contacts and~solicitude to the baptized 1505 27,1406| permanent~synod. 2. A warning containing the threat of penalties 1506 12,412 | over~the universal Church, contemplating the common welfare, exempt~ 1507 25,1207| facts alleged by one~of the contending parties and admitted by 1508 27,1427| that the reception and the contents of~the letter are provable 1509 26,1372| document which is subject to no contradiction or exception there is certain 1510 29,1518| the one who legitimately contradicts it~the information and proofs 1511 15,616 | therefore~make no small contribution to the building up of the 1512 15,602 | theological sciences the contributions of other sciences also are 1513 16,737 | gravely ill and sincerely~contrite receive grace, by which, 1514 16,721 | take~care to make an act of contrition is to precede general absolution, 1515 16,735 | and hours set for their convenience. ~2. In urgent necessity 1516 23,1028| goods; where it can be done conveniently, deposit~authentic copies 1517 4,100 | and does~not permit the convening of the episcopal members 1518 15,641 | problems and research the convergence of faith and reason in the 1519 12,437 | monastery. 3. In order to convert~a monastery to other uses, 1520 29,1522| of this mandate has been conveyed to the executor by the authority 1521 15,621 | iconography are highlighted in~conveying the catechesis. 3. Synods 1522 16,762 | all~persons who positively cooperated in either; (5) a person 1523 10,340 | preparation, and harmoniously cooperating among themselves and with~ 1524 14,591 | established so that, being valid cooperators of the sacred ministers, 1525 19,920 | rights and obligations~which correspond to their nature.~ 1526 15,657 | suffices to~establish their correspondence with the approved edition 1527 23,1048| that the income entirely corresponds to the attached obligations~ 1528 16,706 | wine of the grape and not corrupt.~ 1529 12,500 | if the number of ordinary councilors~is insufficient or they 1530 10,337 | officials, teachers and~counselors as well as plans by which 1531 7,186 | letters of the bishops, count the votes~and sign the written 1532 29,1513| rights of others, or run counter to a law in favor of~private 1533 24,1122| litis contestatio). 2. ~Counter-claims, however, are to be adjudicated 1534 18,908 | of commemoration for the country, and~national holidays.~ ~ 1535 16,783 | provide assistance to the couple,~so that, while faithfully 1536 10,346 | poverty, fidelity to promises, courtesy in~acting, speaking modestly 1537 13,579 | if it is an association covered by can. 575, 1, n. 2, by 1538 25,1245| time, not captious, nor crafty, nor suggestive of the~answer, 1539 15,634 | particular obligation to create an~atmosphere animated by 1540 7,263 | cases or if the document creating the council requires their~ 1541 23,1021| iuris will provide~for the creation of institutes safeguarding 1542 15,634 | accordance with that new creature into which they~have been 1543 15,628 | which has generated new creatures through baptism, has the 1544 26,1365| witnesses regarding the credibility of the~parties, if possible, 1545 24,1159| provided the right of the creditor is sufficiently evident. 1546 16,876 | hierarch. 3. Those who choose cremation~for their bodies, unless 1547 28,1482| is also proven that the criminal action is terminated.~ 1548 16,681 | non-Catholics, who is in a critical situation wherein death 1549 15,652 | taught~to use the media critically and advantageously; they 1550 19,935 | act placed with malice or culpability, is obliged to compensate 1551 16,885 | Veneration through public cult is permitted only to those 1552 10,376 | may be mutually~helped in cultivating the spiritual and intellectual 1553 10,372 | sciences, such as those which cultured~people ought to have.~ 1554 25,1320| not even by way of helpful cumulation; consequently, the joinder~ 1555 27,1409| several offenses, and the~cumulative burden of the penalties 1556 4,60 | promotion. 2. A patriarch who currently holds~patriarchal power 1557 7,278 | of~the Divine Liturgy and custody of the Divine Eucharist, 1558 25,1229| persons who fear~that infamy, dangerous vexations or other serious 1559 24,1130| also to be employed, if a deaf or~mute person must be interrogated, 1560 4,143 | universities as well as deans of faculties of theology 1561 7,287 | the same pastor due to a dearth of presbyters or in other 1562 24,1146| tribunals~for adjudication in deceit of the law.~ 1563 16,821 | invalidly who enters marriage deceived by~fraud, perpetrated to 1564 11,409 | should be able to~provide decently for their own needs and 1565 26,1375| Canon 1375~Cases declaring the nullity of marriage 1566 16,767 | following cases: (1) if the deed, upon which the impediment 1567 20,956 | cases~that person is to be deemed elected who is senior by 1568 25,1276| suit, either as a party defending one's own~right or as an 1569 4,88 | regard for the right of deferring them to the~Roman Pontiff 1570 15,637 | the eparchial bishop, is deficient, true Catholic~formation 1571 28,1479| new proofs, the tribunal, delaying the decision~of the case, 1572 4,64 | patriarchal dignity are delineated in particular~law, always 1573 27,1446| disobedience, is to be punished as delinquent with an~appropriate penalty.~ 1574 25,1276| judge a libellus briefly~demonstrating the right to intervene. 1575 27,1433| Canon 1433~1. A cleric demoted to a lower grade is forbidden 1576 27,1402| for more than one year, demotion to a lower grade, deposition 1577 29,1531| superior if no mention of the denial is made in the petition.~ 1578 25,1302| complaint, have not been denounced to the judge before the 1579 20,960 | competent authority cannot deny confirmation if the person 1580 12,566 | statutes as well as their dependence on ecclesiastical~authority 1581 23,1030| needs and those of their~dependents.~ 1582 25,1335| litigation rashly; (5) ~the depositing of money or the guarantees 1583 27,1430| Canon 1430~1. Penal deprivations can affect only those powers, 1584 10,323 | ecclesiastical authority,~are deputed through a gift of the Holy 1585 29,1502| abrogates a former law or derogates from it if~it expressly 1586 29,1516| authority has expressly added a derogatory clause.~ 1587 16,808 | between all ancestors and descendants. 2. In a collateral line~ 1588 25,1263| specified in a decree which describes in summary fashion those~ 1589 12,516 | silent on the manner of designating finance officers, they shall 1590 1,15 | spiritual ones, and their desires to the pastors of the Church. ~ 1591 27,1407| least once in advance to desist from the offense, with adequate 1592 27,1418| but then nevertheless, despite his intention, did not complete 1593 7,228 | prohibited from removing, destroying or~altering any documents 1594 29,1533| local, with the complete~destruction of the thing or place; ( 1595 16,806 | separated~from the abductor or detainer and is in a safe and free 1596 16,756 | receive sacred orders or to deter someone who is worthy~according 1597 12,426 | observed the intention and determinations of the founder, and so tend 1598 15,613 | preach~there is recourse in devolutivo only, which must be resolved~ 1599 16,884 | promotes true and authentic devotion to the other saints by whose~ 1600 7,289 | with spiritual food through devout and~frequent reception of 1601 3,48 | matter indicates otherwise, dicasteries and other institutes of 1602 10,331 | same purposes, even if they differ in name, are equivalent 1603 25,1259| if this latter is done, differences of opinion, if any, are 1604 12,514 | unless the statutes decree differently for~the superior general. 1605 24,1118| declare them ex officio. 2. Dilatory exceptions, especially those 1606 23,1052| has the power, when~income diminishes, of reducing the number 1607 23,1052| eparchy, for as long as this~diminishment of income continues, provided 1608 10,344 | students obtain a civil diploma, and that their studies 1609 18,904 | the Apostolic Roman See directing the movement~for the universal 1610 7,287 | obligations of the moderator, who directs the common action and~reports 1611 15,605 | faith and good morals, even disapproving, if need~be, opinions that 1612 15,617 | which faith matures and~the disciple of Christ is formed through 1613 29,1518| 2. The authority is to disclose to the~petitioner and also 1614 24,1113| proofs, or an opportunity for discord is provided or scandal or 1615 4,148 | the patriarch,~who, after discussing the matter in the synod 1616 27,1427| greater~than appropriate disgrace of the guilty party.~ 1617 20,954 | certain person or many~persons disjunctively; (2) secret, certain, absolute, 1618 28,1481| appeal even if the judge dismisses him as absolved, solely 1619 27,1446| Canon 1446~One who disobeys his own hierarch when the 1620 7,197 | since he is the principal dispenser of the mysteries of God, 1621 3,50 | united action of the~bishops dispersed in the world, which action 1622 15,665 | in~their churches are not displayed, sold or distributed either~ 1623 16,886 | Canon 886~The practice of displaying sacred icons or images in 1624 7,254 | documents~relating to decrees, dispositions, obligations or other tasks~ 1625 22,998 | a decree, there not be a dispute between this person and 1626 24,1076| reason of the location of a disputed item, a party can be~brought 1627 25,1241| one another, precluding disputes and~scandal insofar as it 1628 16,790 | 1. A diriment impediment disqualifies a person from contracting~ 1629 27,1448| performance or talk or publicly disseminated writing, or other media 1630 27,1401| offender from~being given to dissoluteness of life and contempt of 1631 3,53 | orders it to be continued or dissolves it.~ 1632 25,1239| the tribunal because of distance, illness~or other impediment 1633 16,709 | other Christian faithful can distribute the~Divine Eucharist.~ 1634 16,709 | Canon 709~1. The priest distributes the Divine Eucharist or 1635 16,821 | very nature can seriously disturb~the partnership of conjugal 1636 26,1390| is gravely detrimental or disturbing to ecclesiastical~communion; ( 1637 12,420 | no one has the right~to divert the members from this obligation 1638 19,929 | territory of a juridic person is divided in such a way~that either 1639 15,598 | Church and~also proposed as divinely revealed either by the solemn 1640 7,269 | eparchial bishop, who alone can divulge those~things which have 1641 24,1113| others is endangered by divulging the acts or proofs, or an 1642 24,1117| presented~and put on the docket unless some of them demand 1643 15,598 | all are bound to~avoid any doctrines whatever which are contrary 1644 26,1373| that it is a~question of a documentary process. 2. The party who 1645 12,549 | eparchy in which~the member is domiciled, if it is the case of a 1646 25,1295| procurator, with the names and~domiciles correctly indicated; the 1647 16,880 | Epiphany, the Ascension,~the Dormition of the Holy Mary Mother 1648 26,1363| formulation of the doubt or doubts~within ten days by a decree 1649 25,1293| relator to write the sentence, drawing the reasons from~those which 1650 14,586 | vindicated so that no one is driven away from the~Church by 1651 29,1517| the particles~si, nisi, dummodo, or by similar words in 1652 25,1303| passed the~sentence under duress from force or grave fear; ( 1653 27,1432| acts nor the right to a~dwelling place which the offender 1654 12,491 | the place~where he or she dwells in place of the superior 1655 29,1517| words in the vernacular (e.g.,~if, unless, provided that).~ 1656 7,300 | bishop~is to determine at an early date which parish is considered 1657 15,604 | Church above all are to take earnest care that~amidst the varieties 1658 10,340 | Church, especially of~the East, are to strive to illustrate 1659 16,708 | sui iuris,~especially at Easter time, during which Christ 1660 15,655 | Christian faithful ought to have easy access to Sacred~Scriptures. 1661 15,616 | the world of work and of economics, a~sense which can make 1662 16,884 | the Christian faithful are edified and through whose~intercession 1663 15,657 | correspondence with the approved edition by an~attestation of the 1664 15,627 | Therefore it is for them to educate their children, especially 1665 15,627 | others with a share of their educational task~and to choose those 1666 20,972 | Canon 972~1. Transfer can be effected only by one who has the 1667 29,1497| laws does not hinder their effectiveness unless it is expressly~determined 1668 9,322 | ecclesiastical discipline is efficaciously preserved. 2. The decisions 1669 25,1291| of the law concerning the efficacy of certain~proofs. 4. A 1670 25,1287| place before the tribunal to elucidate certain~questions.~ 1671 19,915 | one who has been legally emancipated according to the norm of~ 1672 7,280 | territorial, that is, it embraces all the Christian faithful 1673 24,1118| contestatio), unless they first emerged only after~it; and they 1674 26,1367| whenever a very probable doubt~emerges that the marriage was not 1675 10,340 | illustrate doctrine from the eminent~treasury handed down by 1676 10,344 | psychological, particularly emotional,~development; however they 1677 15,621 | biblical and liturgical~emphasis as well as the traditions 1678 23,1030| of~workers; (2) is to pay employees a just and decent wage so 1679 23,1030| and social policy in the employment of~workers; (2) is to pay 1680 26,1383| appropriate investigation has enabled him to attain moral certitude 1681 27,1423| for serious reasons by the enactment of a law~reserve the remitting 1682 10,348 | These same studies~are to encompass at least six complete years 1683 10,393 | especially with the~permission or encouragement of their own eparchial bishop 1684 15,605 | about those~things that can endanger them.~ 1685 2,33 | marriage; when the marriage has~ended, she can freely return to 1686 23,1049| movable goods assigned as an endowment~will be deposited, so that 1687 3,49 | apostolic body continually endures, together~with its head, 1688 16,737 | are helped in patiently enduring their infirmity and suffering. 1689 20,976 | in 1,~nn. 2 and 3 can be enforced only if it is established 1690 21,986 | of granting~favors or of enforcing either common laws or particular 1691 16,782 | Canon 782~1. Engagements, which praiseworthily precede 1692 10,346 | among most of humanity and enhance the ministry of~Christ, 1693 9,322 | two-thirds of~those members enjoying deliberative vote as well 1694 4,95 | which they govern;~he should enkindle their zeal; if they gravely 1695 | enough 1696 27,1409| foreseen that~greater harm will ensue from a hasty punishment 1697 27,1418| penalty if no harm or scandal ensued from the attempt.~ 1698 6,160 | extraordinary matters or those entailing special difficulty,~the 1699 7,222 | eparchy~until he has been enthroned as the eparchial bishop.~ 1700 12,439 | eparchial bishop, who is also entitled to approve the statutes 1701 26,1396| the one to whom the bishop entrusts the~parish. 2. If there 1702 15,599 | or the college of bishops enunciate when~they exercise the authentic 1703 15,604 | the varieties of doctrinal enunciations in the various~Churches 1704 16,880 | our Lord Jesus Christ, the Epiphany, the Ascension,~the Dormition 1705 16,762 | who are~in the order of episcopacy or presbyterate while the 1706 1,11 | Christian faithful a true equality with regard to dignity and 1707 24,1082| or several tribunals are equally~competent, the tribunal 1708 19,909 | non sui compos) and is equated with infants.~ 1709 14,589 | or non-native are to be equipped with~the necessary skills 1710 25,1224| documents are shown to have been erased, corrected, interpolated, 1711 27,1401| means to bring back the erring sheep,~those who have received 1712 27,1436| that has been condemned as erroneous by the Roman Pontiff or 1713 15,661 | that the work is free from errors regarding Catholic faith 1714 10,373 | priesthood is to be greatly esteemed everywhere, as supported 1715 25,1322| prosecution of the~suit has been estopped or renounced; (4) if a definitive 1716 14,584 | the mandate of Christ to evangelize~all nations, and moved by 1717 14,589 | culture of the peoples to be evangelized.~ 1718 16,881 | available time runs from the evening of the~vigil until the end 1719 25,1318| expired. 4. Unless there is evidence to the~contrary, it is presumed 1720 25,1326| merely procedural has been evidently neglected; (5) the sentence 1721 25,1229| vexations or other serious evils will~happen to themselves, 1722 27,1442| be punished with a major ex-communication and, if he is a cleric, 1723 25,1248| notary who~must report the exact words of the testimony given, 1724 29,1520| public welfare, observing exactly the laws and legitimate 1725 10,330 | ordering of courses and of examinations.~ 1726 4,108 | agenda to be observed in~examining questions as well as to 1727 21,983 | is not considered to have exceeded the limits of the mandate 1728 24,1066| all cases not expressly excepted by law. 2. ~If, however, 1729 25,1227| 2. Nonetheless,~if some excerpt, at least, of a document 1730 12,491 | Canon 491~The exclaustrated member remains bound by 1731 21,990 | undertakes to deal with it excludes the~others from acting, 1732 2,40 | everywhere unless something is excused by the law.~ 1733 25,1341| executor is to refrain from executing it,~refer the matter to 1734 23,1045| wills are fulfilled; other executors must render him an account 1735 25,1338| of a sentence prior to an executory~decree of the judge in which 1736 10,350 | therefore in addition to exegesis, an accurate methodology, 1737 12,410 | Christ, the teacher and exemplar of holiness,~under the action 1738 25,1229| 1231 the following are exempted from the obligation to~answer: ( 1739 10,383 | they are to make use of exemption from exercising public~functions 1740 25,1227| common, no one is obliged to exhibit~those which cannot be communicated 1741 7,203 | condition and ability, and to exhort them~to participate and 1742 16,682 | life; the adult is to be exhorted to have~sorrow for personal 1743 7,233 | by captivity, banishment,~exile or incapacity of the eparchial 1744 10,381 | afflicted, the persecuted, the exiled and refugees. ~2. Unless 1745 4,55 | patriarchal~institution has existed in the Church; for this 1746 14,587 | determine what is to be expected from~catechumens and what 1747 28,1469| a pointless trial, it is expedi-about the question of damages 1748 4,84 | common works for the more expeditious~promotion of the good of 1749 25,1310| matter most~expeditiously (expeditissime).~ 1750 12,551 | consent of~the council, can expel a member, notifying at once 1751 24,1166| is to pay one~half of the expense incurred in reaching a settlement.~ 1752 26,1391| fifteen days, after he~has explained, for validity, the reason 1753 4,82 | presides for the~purpose of explaining sound doctrine, fostering 1754 16,887 | antiquity or art, which are exposed in churches for the veneration 1755 15,595 | faithfully~proclaim and expound it, has the innate duty 1756 15,614 | of Christian living are~expounded from Sacred Scripture, is 1757 12,551 | concerning dismissal or~expulsion shall apply to all members 1758 12,551 | council; if it concerns expulsions, with the consent of the~ 1759 26,1393| to repeat the invitation extending~the available time for response. 1760 27,1432| ministry or function; the extension of the suspension is to 1761 24,1124| overly prolonged by such extensions.~ 1762 27,1415| doctrine~there is present an extenuating circumstance, the judge 1763 19,930 | the~statutes by which the extinct juridic person was governed.~ 1764 25,1203| Canon 1203~Abatement extinguishes the acts of the process, 1765 24,1124| time limits set by law for extinguishing the right to~act cannot 1766 19,932 | An act placed because of extrinsic force brought to bear~upon 1767 9,322 | fostered, common endeavors are facilitated, the good of religion is 1768 7,280 | other definite determining factor. 2. It is the competency 1769 21,994 | Canon 994~In factual or legal common error, and 1770 4,82 | the patriarch will not fail to~hear the permanent synod, 1771 12,444 | their office because of failing health or some other grave 1772 12,421 | the unruly, to console the fainthearted, and to be patient towards 1773 23,1047| the donor;~otherwise they fall to that juridic person.~ 1774 7,293 | of the sacraments~or even fallen away from the faith.~ 1775 16,814 | prepared to remove dangers of falling away from the faith and~ 1776 23,1036| whose alienation~is proposed falls between the minimum and 1777 27,1454| Canon 1454~One who has falsely accused someone of an offense, 1778 10,346 | in the Holy Spirit, as a familiar companion, they might~dwell 1779 12,459 | hearts of novices are to~be fashioned under the leadership of 1780 16,719 | especially during the times of fasts and penance observed in~ 1781 16,722 | who are endowed with this faulty by virtue~of their office 1782 16,878 | ecclesiastical funerals all favoritism~is to be avoided. 2. With 1783 21,986 | is a matter of granting~favors or of enforcing either common 1784 24,1160| decreed if the harm that is feared can~otherwise be repaired 1785 25,1305| nullity; but if the party fears that the judge who pronounced 1786 7,289 | the~Christian faithful are fed with spiritual food through 1787 25,1231| of age and those who are~feebleminded are not allowed to give 1788 25,1307| Not only the parties who feel themselves aggrieved can 1789 15,597 | faithful who is to confirm his fellow believers~in the faith, 1790 15,629 | responsibility, to~pursuing loving fellowship with others.~ 1791 29,1506| gender affects also the feminine unless~the law provides 1792 10,352 | non-Christians, or with the less~fervent Christian faithful, the 1793 7,277 | his doctrine and apostolic fervor. 2. The protopresbyter is 1794 16,680 | Canon 680~An aborted fetus, if it is alive and if it 1795 | few 1796 15,641 | Catholic universities each field of study is to be cultivated~ 1797 15,606 | those well~versed in other fields of learning by sharing their 1798 25,1354| defer the decision until the fifth available day because of 1799 4,149 | least three candidates for filling the office of eparchial~ 1800 7,182 | bishops are to report their findings to the patriarch at a suitable 1801 24,1146| judge can~punish them with a fine; furthermore, an advocate 1802 24,1147| the exercise of office and fined or punished with~other suitable 1803 10,348 | salvation, and they~shall not finish until there has been shown, 1804 24,1121| exceptions which are called litis finitae~must be proposed and adjudicated 1805 16,776 | persons obtain a special firmness in virtue of~the sacrament.~ 1806 12,468 | responsible. 3. It shall be a fixed rule that an action can 1807 26,1373| prudently thinks that either the~flaws mentioned in can. 1372, 1808 24,1073| otherwise, the petitioner follows the~forum of the respondent; 1809 10,346 | which shines forth as the font and culmination of seminary 1810 7,289 | faithful are fed with spiritual food through devout and~frequent 1811 10,340 | sciences, having followed the footsteps of the holy~fathers and 1812 24,1073| respondent has a number of~fora, the choice of one among 1813 16,720 | fault~of their own, they are forced for a long time to be deprived 1814 10,329 | bishop especially, joining forces~with other hierarchs, is 1815 24,1128| 1. A judge who has been forcibly expelled from his own territory 1816 25,1232| introduced a witness can forego the questioning~of the witness; 1817 15,608 | sacred order, have as their foremost duty the ministry of the~ 1818 24,1116| Canon 1116~If the judge foresees that the petitioner will 1819 12,410 | the world as a sign of the foretelling of~heavenly glory.~ 1820 16,863 | spouse can be~induced to forgive the misdeed and not to prolong 1821 16,718 | appropriate penance, obtain forgiveness~from God and at the same 1822 24,1060| document explicitly (in forma specifica) confirmed by 1823 10,372 | and use of them through formative~courses approved by their 1824 14,593 | missionary territories and forming one presbyterate are to 1825 4,76 | according to the approved formulas. Synodal letters that an~ 1826 4,112 | patriarch. 2. Until the forthcoming synod, the authentic interpretation 1827 10,346 | discretion of spirit, chastity, fortitude of the~soul; they are also 1828 15,630 | special concern for the less fortunate. 2. All the Christian faithful 1829 | forty 1830 25,1191| citation to the trial must be forwarded immediately to the respondent 1831 16,681 | An abandoned infant or a foundling, unless~his baptism is certainly 1832 2,34 | sui iuris, children under~fourteen years old by the law itself 1833 18,905 | especially through open and frank~dialogue and common undertakings 1834 7,302 | there should always be a fraternal~relationship, mutual love 1835 30 | subjective right and~of freeing oneself from obligations, 1836 24,1106| or trustee, due to close friendship, due to great animosity, 1837 15,666 | Canon 666~1. The fruit of an author's intellectual 1838 1,10 | it better and to make it fruitful in~works of charity.~ 1839 25,1345| of~can. 1103, 2, has been fruitless, the judge, if he believes 1840 18,902 | Church, shall pray for that fullness of unity desired by the 1841 28,1477| tribunal to call experts who functioned during~the case to the discussion 1842 23,1021| appropriately for the decent and fundamentally equal support of all the~ 1843 10,390 | married, suitable pension funds, social~security as well 1844 24,1110| negligence of parties in~furnishing proofs or in placing exceptions 1845 4,84 | also to foster~frequent gatherings, to be convoked according 1846 15,628 | 1. The Church, which has generated new creatures through baptism, 1847 16,776 | good of~the spouses and the generation and education of the offspring. ~ 1848 23,1036| the eparchial bishop, who gets in each case the~consent 1849 12,410 | foretelling of~heavenly glory.~ 1850 15,618 | life by word and example;~godparents and those who take the place 1851 12,452 | mother, a grandfather or grand-mother who are in great need, unless 1852 12,452 | assist a father or mother, a grandfather or grand-mother who are 1853 16,841 | impediments, the name of the grantor of~the dispensations together 1854 16,706 | and natural wine of the grape and not corrupt.~ 1855 10,373 | the priesthood is to be greatly esteemed everywhere, as 1856 16,831 | before the pastor of the groom, unless~either particular 1857 30,1541| any effect which is not grounded in good~faith, not only 1858 3,45 | over all the eparchies and groupings of them by~which the proper, 1859 23,1028| he must especially be on guard~lest the Church be harmed 1860 19,915 | legally placed under the guardianship or care of another,~for 1861 12,437 | and opening of schools, guest-houses or similar~buildings distinct 1862 6,164 | iuris can~be invited as guests only if it is acceptable 1863 27,1415| there is still an offense. Guided by his prudence, he can 1864 15,621 | sui iuris in~patrology, hagiography, and even iconography are 1865 24,1166| each party is to pay one~half of the expense incurred 1866 10,373 | whole Church; likewise, the hallowed practice of married clerics 1867 24,1085| presiding judge; (3) the handing down of sentences, even 1868 24,1103| whenever some hope of a happy~outcome is perceived, the 1869 14,586 | from the~Church by adverse harassment.~ 1870 16,864 | renders common life too hard, that~spouse gives the other 1871 29,1533| that the privilege becomes harmful or its use illicit. ~3. 1872 4,140 | importance especially in order to~harmonize appropriately the forms 1873 29,1516| no effect insofar as it harms the acquired right of~another, 1874 27,1409| greater harm will ensue from a hasty punishment of the guilty~ 1875 25,1227| without the above-mentioned hazards~the judge can decree that 1876 10,369 | faithful and truly attentive~hearers of the Christ, they may 1877 25,1253| opinion, or a rumor or hearsay from others; (3) whether~ 1878 12,459 | during the novitiate the hearts of novices are to~be fashioned 1879 10,373 | the sake of the kingdom of heaven~and suited to the priesthood 1880 27,1467| penalty can be~punished with a heavier penalty.~ 1881 15,629 | All educators are to pay heed to the formation of the 1882 23,1043| prescriptions are not observed, the heirs must be advised of their~ 1883 25,1320| level~not even by way of helpful cumulation; consequently, 1884 7,278 | ready access to spiritual helps, and~be particularly concerned 1885 | hence 1886 16,762 | the delict of apostasy, heresy or~schism; (3) a person 1887 27,1436| is to be punished as a heretic~or an apostate with a major 1888 27,1409| after having been~commended heretofore by an upright life, as long 1889 7,296 | are kept~along with the hierarchial letters and other documents 1890 15,621 | and even iconography are highlighted in~conveying the catechesis. 1891 10,340 | holy~fathers and doctors highly praised by the Church, especially 1892 24,1126| following which is~not a holiday.~ 1893 18,908 | the country, and~national holidays.~ ~ 1894 16,783 | day by day come to lead holier and fuller~lives in their 1895 10,352 | in the catechetical and homiletic arts, liturgical celebration, 1896 16,888 | icons or images, which are honored in a certain church~with 1897 10,381 | in works of charity and hospitality especially towards the~sick, 1898 18,907 | 907~Directors of schools, hospitals and other similar Catholic 1899 10,360 | law itself enrolled in~the host eparchy if he has made such 1900 15,645 | after due consultation, for hostels and Catholic university 1901 10,362 | bishop or returned by the hosting~eparchial bishop observing 1902 23,1028| the diligence of a good householder. 2. ~For this reason he 1903 7,297 | the~suitable support and housing of the resigned pastor.~ 1904 15,634 | the world, of~life and of humankind is illumined by faith. 2. 1905 2,35 | should observe it as much as humanly possible. ~Thus, they are 1906 10,351 | are to submit (obsequor) humbly in all~things to the constant 1907 7,197 | of holiness in charity, humility and simplicity of life, 1908 2,33 | transfer to the Church of the husband at~the celebration of or 1909 16,859 | has several non-baptized~husbands. 2. In this case the marriage 1910 15,621 | patrology, hagiography, and even iconography are highlighted in~conveying 1911 16,819 | parties at least not be ignorant that marriage is a permanent 1912 25,1304| it was rendered by an illegitimate number of judges contrary 1913 10,347 | able more effectively to illuminate the people of their~time 1914 15,601 | everywhere more brightly illuminating all~people.~ 1915 15,606 | utilizing their freedom, to illumine the faith of the Church, 1916 10,340 | the East, are to strive to illustrate doctrine from the eminent~ 1917 15,651 | and earnestly endeavor to imbue the use of~the media with 1918 16,867 | sacred signs, by which~in imitation of the sacraments effects, 1919 18,905 | irenicism, indifferentism and immoderate zeal.~ 1920 16,720 | individual confession cannot be imparted unless: (1) the danger~of 1921 16,881 | or~business matters which impede the worship to be rendered 1922 10,346 | in all things, so that, impelled by the love of Christ, the 1923 11,406 | obligation has a greater impelling force in those~circumstances 1924 26,1399| 1; if he then decides~to implement the transfer, he is to repeat 1925 29,1511| such a power explicitly or implicitly~either by the law itself 1926 10,369 | Virgin Mother of God, and implore from her the grace of~conforming 1927 23,1019| things which are especially important due to artistic, historical~ 1928 27,1432| power of the authority that imposes the penalty or of the hierarch 1929 15,661 | expressed only with the word imprimatur, means that the work is 1930 26,1385| ordained have the right to impugn the validity of sacred ordination.~ 1931 12,552 | the member, external and imputable; (2) the lack of~the religious 1932 26,1394| designated due to their inability, after he has completed~ 1933 19,927 | or if in fact it has been inactive for a hundred years. ~2. 1934 15,635 | schools are~lacking or are inadequate; so too professional and 1935 21,992 | forum and which is placed inadvertently~after the lapse of time 1936 14,586 | someone, to persuade him in an~inappropriate way, or to allure him to 1937 7,233 | captivity, banishment,~exile or incapacity of the eparchial bishop, 1938 27,1448| religion or the Church, or~incite hatred or contempt for religion 1939 27,1447| Canon 1447~1. One who incites sedition and hatred toward 1940 12,431 | himself prudently~judges incompatible with his dignity. He lacks 1941 7,183 | is required;~after three inconclusive ballots, the votes are cast 1942 25,1253| firmly consistent or rather inconsistent, uncertain or vacillating; ( 1943 17,900 | the~same reception, grave inconveniences are foreseen either to the~ 1944 10,369 | meditation of the Word of God is~incumbent upon clerics so that as 1945 20,956 | are present, or, after two indecisive ballots, receives a relative 1946 16,776 | spouses, in the image of an indefectible union of Christ with the~ 1947 20,975 | office conferred for an indefinite period of time~except for 1948 25,1335| and interpreters and the indemnification of witnesses. (3) the~granting 1949 25,1328| due caution being taken to indemnify the person seeking restitutio 1950 15,595 | the gospel to all nations, independent of any human power whatever. 1951 3,48 | the nature of the matter indicates otherwise, dicasteries and 1952 25,1318| whenever the matter sought is~indivisible or it is a joint obligation. 1953 29,1532| or immemorial possession~induces a presumption that a privilege 1954 12,529 | acquires by his or her own industry or in respect to~the order 1955 26,1389| detrimental or at~least ineffective for any reason, even through 1956 20,953 | Canon 953~1. A person is ineligible to vote: (1) who is incapable 1957 15,597 | doctrine is understood to be infallibly defined unless it is~clearly 1958 7,259 | the procedural acts for inflicting penalties in~matters of 1959 10,394 | ordination; (2) by the legitimate infliction of the penalty of dismissal; ( 1960 24,1079| residence of the person whose inheritance or pious legacy is the object 1961 24,1079| in cases which concern inheritances~or pious legacies before 1962 23,1032| ecclesiastical goods is neither to initiate~nor to contest a lawsuit 1963 27,1409| meantime time has run out for initiating a penal action for~the prior 1964 23,1033| office or function on his own initiative is bound to restitution,~ 1965 4,130 | eparchy of the patriarch nor innovate anything in~the vacant patriarchal 1966 3,47 | impeded nothing is to be~innovated in the governance of the 1967 25,1278| Canon 1278~Unless the innovation is accepted by the law itself, 1968 29,1523| administrative act would appear~to be inopportune, due to the circumstances 1969 16,784 | parties and other means for~inquiries which are to be carried 1970 12,547 | However, if the member becomes insane during~temporary vows, that 1971 24,1057| of God whereby they are inscribed among~the saints, the special 1972 16,667 | Father and by which they are inserted into the Church,~His Body; 1973 19,934 | and this obligation can be insisted upon by~the authority.~ 1974 25,1208| be adduced. 2. If a party~insists that a proof rejected by 1975 24,1097| fulfilled their office by inspecting the acts.~ 1976 12,429 | are not subject to any inspection.~ 1977 14,585 | missions, to pray for them, to inspire vocations and support them~ 1978 12,563 | world so that everything is inspired with evangelical spirit 1979 15,600 | are authentic teachers and instructors of the~faith for the faithful 1980 25,1194| the issue~ceases to be res integra; (2) the case becomes proper 1981 16,720 | Canon 720~1. Individual and integral confession and absolution 1982 10,340 | moderators of the seminary for an integrated formation of the~future 1983 10,345 | in the minor seminary, by~integrating the spiritual, intellectual 1984 15,619 | their~members and their integration in the same community, by 1985 Prel,6 | which pertain to a matter ex integro regulated in this Code;~( 1986 15,599 | A religious obsequium of intellect and will, even if not the 1987 25,1245| brief, accommodated to the intelligence~of the person being interrogated, 1988 16,832 | grave inconvenience, those intending to celebrate a true marriage 1989 25,1344| by which the petitioner intends to demonstrate the facts, 1990 16,718 | moved by the pain of sin, intent on entering a new life~through 1991 16,801 | impotence to have sexual intercourse, whether on the part of 1992 12,524 | that no one is allowed to interfere in these thing under any 1993 12,474 | the monastery can without~interference with the discipline of the 1994 16,718 | committed~sins after baptism, internally led by the Holy Spirit, 1995 16,879 | Canon 879~After the internment has taken place, a record 1996 25,1224| been erased, corrected, interpolated, or affected by another 1997 29,1520| studying the possibility of interposing a~recourse against the decree.~ 1998 29,1498| had granted the power to interpret~them authentically. 2. An 1999 25,1335| advocates, experts~and interpreters and the indemnification 2000 24,1081| connection cases which are interrelated are to be tried by one and~ 2001 25,1211| 1211~The judge can always interrogate the parties so as to reveal 2002 25,1229| When the judge legitimately interrogates witnesses they must~tell 2003 25,1215| possible the regulations on interrogating~witnesses are to be observed 2004 25,1215| are to be observed in the interrogations of the parties.~ 2005 16,758 | 6) observation~of the interstices prescribed by particular 2006 29,1489| unless a shorter or a longer interval~has been expressly prescribed 2007 25,1276| intervene. 3. The person who intervenes in a case must be admitted 2008 26,1364| promoter of justice, if intervening in the suit, have the~right: (


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