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2009 10,372 | sciences connected more intimately with the sacred sciences, 2010 27,1447| goods of~the Church, or intimidates an elector or one who exercises 2011 23,1028| consent of the hierarch,~invest the money which is surplus 2012 23,1049| carefully and profitably invested for the benefit of the foundation~ 2013 10,347 | of the place and time and investigating the undertakings and accomplishments 2014 23,1049| obligations undertaken; the investment is to be made in accordance 2015 16,733 | The sacramental seal is inviolable; therefore the confessor~ 2016 1,9 | special care for~catechumens, invites them to lead the evangelical 2017 25,1205| the consent of~those whose involvement is required to place acts 2018 18,905 | avoiding the dangers of false irenicism, indifferentism and immoderate 2019 25,1303| sentence is vitiated by irremediable nullity if: (1) it~was rendered 2020 25,1337| probably well-founded~and irreparable harm could arise from the 2021 27,1412| penalty, it ceases at once irrespective of the manner in which it 2022 24,1076| the location of a disputed item, a party can be~brought 2023 4,59 | Alexandria, then Antioch and Jerusalem. 3. ~Among the other patriarchs 2024 10,329 | eparchial bishop especially, joining forces~with other hierarchs, 2025 27,1448| appropriate penalty. 2. One who joins an~organization which plots 2026 25,1318| is~indivisible or it is a joint obligation. 3. If an appeal 2027 25,1275| from the~trial, they are jointly obliged to pay the expenses 2028 16,881 | be rendered to God,~the joy which is proper to the Lord' 2029 29,1501| canonical equity, ecclesiastical jurisprudence, and the common and constant 2030 25,1261| experts are to be determined justly and equitably by the judge 2031 15,629 | virtues, may be disposed to knowing and~loving God more perfectly, 2032 7,289 | have a special care~for laborers and strive that the Christian 2033 16,762 | while the person~either lacked that order or had been forbidden 2034 1,14 | in every age and in every land.~ 2035 7,289 | priests who understand various~languages. 3. In fulfilling the function 2036 10,332 | which~serves either one very large eparchy or, if not a whole 2037 14,587 | and an apprenticeship duly lasting for~sometime. 2. Persons 2038 24,1103| strive earnestly to avoid lawsuits~among the people of God 2039 1,15 | the faith or determine as leaders of the Church. 2. The~Christian 2040 23,1041| goods are not to~be sold or leased out to their own administrators 2041 24,1079| concern inheritances~or pious legacies before the tribunal of the 2042 3,46 | Roman curia,~pontifical legates and other persons and various 2043 30 | as it exists in the civil legislation as a means of acquiring 2044 25,1285| observed as regards the length of~the defense briefs, the 2045 10,386 | will reside there for a lengthy time, he is to~inform the 2046 27,1418| the penalty is to be more lenient than the one~prescribed 2047 24,1156| action or to remove or~to lessen the charge of the petitioner. 2048 23,1012| Liturgy. 2. A tax can be levied on~physical persons only 2049 19,926 | law to faithfully meet the liabilities of the~goods and also to 2050 2,33 | Canon 33~A wife is at liberty to transfer to the Church 2051 27,1444| without being under oath lied knowingly to a judge who~ 2052 4,121 | with the patriarch~act in lieu of the permanent synod for 2053 26,1361| been impugned during the lifetime~of both spouses cannot be 2054 27,1409| The suspended penalty is lifted~entirely if the guilty party 2055 27,1409| imposing a penalty or impose a lighter~penalty if the offender 2056 | likely 2057 12,436 | the typicon, they~can be likened to monasteries sui iuris; 2058 27,1405| territorial and personal limitations of his competence. 2. Particular 2059 12,423 | property can be~excluded or limited by the typicon or statutes.~ 2060 19,918 | there are persons in both lines together, not counting the 2061 23,1038| given, unless they request lists~of the alienations which 2062 15,603 | Canon 603~Literature and the arts, given their 2063 25,1276| accessory to help a given litigant. 2. However,~in order to 2064 23,1041| 1041~Unless they are of little value, ecclesiastical goods 2065 23,1028| it that the interest on loans or~on mortgages be paid 2066 25,1188| available days (tempus utile) to lodge a~reasoned recourse against 2067 23,1047| and carrying~with them the long-term obligation, to be determined 2068 23,1007| Canon 1007~In looking after the spiritual well-being 2069 27,1401| received from Him the power of loosing and binding, are to treat 2070 4,92 | Saint Peter, through the loyalty,~veneration and obedience 2071 15,660 | may write in newspapers, magazines or periodicals which are 2072 26,1358| case, belong to the civil magistrate, but these cases can be 2073 10,355 | undertake and fulfill them magnanimously.~ 2074 20,949 | the faculty of voting by~mail or by proxy is excluded, 2075 Prel,2 | adapted, are to be~assessed mainly according to that law.~ 2076 25,1231| penitent requests their manifestation; more-over, whatever has 2077 16,701 | charity, and for the sake of manifesting unity between the Churches, 2078 25,1341| the sentence is~invalid or manifestly unjust according to the 2079 16,682 | the faith and in~any way manifests the intention of receiving 2080 16,863 | with~the other spouse in marital affection. Tacit condonation 2081 16,784 | baptism and the freedom to marry,~which are to be diligently 2082 29,1506| Canon 1505~The use of the masculine gender affects also the 2083 12,522 | who takes the place~of the master of novices. 2. The major 2084 15,651 | to publish freely~written materials. 2. All the Christian faithful 2085 16,689 | is to be indicated if her maternity is publicly established 2086 27,1406| precepts, he can, after mature reflection and with utmost 2087 15,617 | catechesis, by which faith matures and~the disciple of Christ 2088 21,984 | hierarch is understood to mean,~first of all, a patriarch, 2089 4,125 | expenses according to the measure to be determined by the 2090 12,459 | of~the typicon, in pious meditations and assiduous prayer, so 2091 25,1247| not to read from~written memoranda, unless there is question 2092 25,1246| testified to are so removed from memory that unless they are~recalled 2093 16,758 | followed in admitting married men to sacred orders.~ 2094 16,732 | minister of divine justice and mercy; as a spiritual~father he 2095 19,922 | juridic persons,~or the merger of the goods with other 2096 15,654 | other writings~whatever or messages reproduced by any technical 2097 10,341 | expenses of the seminary are met even by the assessments~ 2098 10,350 | to exegesis, an accurate methodology, the~principal sources of 2099 30,1545| hours, and it begins at midnight; a week is~a period of seven 2100 10,345 | ministers of Christ in the midst of~the Church, a light and 2101 25,1229| civil officials,~doctors, midwives, advocates, notaries and 2102 19,915 | for some reason other than minority, has the domicile or quasi-domicile 2103 12,418 | if the aforementioned are missing, in the~meantime legitimately 2104 14,589 | to be suitably trained~in missiology and missionary spirituality, 2105 27,1464| already foreseen in law,~has misused power, an office, a ministry 2106 27,1415| circumstance, the judge must~mitigate the penalty established 2107 25,1342| is to furnish something mobile, to pay money,~or to give 2108 10,368 | time that they be~exemplary models to the flock.~ 2109 10,346 | courtesy in~acting, speaking modestly joined with charity. 3. 2110 4,146 | doubt or issue a decree~modifying the boundaries.~ 2111 16,831 | domicile, quasi-domicile, or~month-long residence, or, if it is 2112 23,1028| interest on loans or~on mortgages be paid when it is due and 2113 | mostly 2114 12,471 | that they be permanently motivated to~aim more fully toward 2115 29,1516| case of a rescript issued motu~proprio, has no effect insofar 2116 12,562 | Apostolic See. 2. A member who moves~to another religious institute 2117 10,381 | especially by testing the multiform~gifts of the laity, and 2118 27,1450| 1. One who has committed murder is to be punished with a 2119 24,1130| be employed, if a deaf or~mute person must be interrogated, 2120 16,698 | establishing the true and mystical sacrifice, by which the~ 2121 7,284 | Canon 284~1. The right of naming pastors belongs solely to 2122 18,908 | commemoration for the country, and~national holidays.~ ~ 2123 7,280 | are~to be erected based on nationality, language, enrollment of 2124 16,880 | beyond Sundays, are the~Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, 2125 7,292 | residing in the~parish house near the parish church. However 2126 7,300 | there are no vicars, the nearest pastor; the eparchial bishop~ 2127 12,479 | assistance of monasteries is needed in the catechetical instruction 2128 16,716 | faithful, especially the needy.~ 2129 16,857 | the other party responds negatively to the interrogation; (2) 2130 10,352 | social communication, not neglecting auxiliary disciplines such 2131 25,1340| another. 2. If he refuses or neglects to do~so, the execution 2132 24,1103| profitably be resolved through a negotiated~settlement or through an 2133 24,1167| carry out the~settlement negotiations personally; rather, such 2134 15,627 | piety toward God and love of neighbor, in the context of a Christian 2135 7,287 | however the care of several neighboring parishes can be entrusted~ 2136 16,762 | an account~of it; (8) a neophyte, unless he has been sufficiently 2137 14,591 | prudently promoted among the neophytes~so that the young Churches 2138 15,660 | Christian faithful may write in newspapers, magazines or periodicals 2139 29,1517| expressed by the particles~si, nisi, dummodo, or by similar 2140 12,500 | confederation or the superior of a no-confederated monastery sui iuris is~competent 2141 7,181 | the patriarchal~Church are nominated to a vacant see or to fulfill 2142 20,957 | month of notification of the non-acceptance.~ 2143 10,352 | dialogue of evangelization with non-believers or non-Christians, or with 2144 14,589 | Missionaries either native or non-native are to be equipped with~ 2145 27,1406| the hierarch sanctions a non-penal law in individual cases,~ 2146 16,829 | whether they are subjects or~non-subjects, provided that at least 2147 29,1535| others does not cease~through non-usage or through contrary usage; 2148 23,1045| hierarch are to be regarded as~nonexistent.~ 2149 23,1028| Church be harmed through the nonobservance of civil~laws; (3) accurately 2150 21,980 | which its exercise would normally have in the external forum 2151 7,296 | religious institute; these~notations are always to be noted on 2152 25,1190| the notary, however,~is to note in the acts that the parties 2153 25,1249| in~general, everything noteworthy which may have occurred 2154 10,346 | to their own rite and to nourish their~spiritual life from 2155 15,607 | place, is to be vitally nourished by~the Sacred Scripture 2156 10,350 | culture so that it may be nourishment for their own spiritual~ 2157 12,466 | invalid if the acts can be nullified.~ 2158 29,1496| not bind even if they be~nullifying and disqualifying ones. 2159 24,1131| pages of the~acts are to be numbered and authenticated with a 2160 12,452 | well as children who are~obligated to assist a father or mother, 2161 10,351 | by it, and are to submit (obsequor) humbly in all~things to 2162 27,1447| Pontiff. 2. One who~has obstructed the freedom of ministry 2163 24,1115| if they are certainly~and obviously competent, who declare themselves 2164 12,414 | cases and for individual occasions~only; (3) to make a visitation 2165 7,214 | of the letters and is to officially record the event.~ 2166 16,693 | is made from the oil of olives or other plants~and from 2167 27,1418| however, the actions or~omissions by their nature lead to 2168 27,1438| 1438~One who intentionally omits the legally prescribed commemoration~ 2169 26,1399| the reasons which favor or oppose the transfer with the two 2170 26,1394| Canon 1394~But if the pastor opposes the cause alleged for removal 2171 25,1250| the deposition with the option of adding to, suppressing, 2172 16,773 | Canon 773~Sacred ordinations should be celebrated with 2173 2,40 | except by reason of its organic progress, keeping in mind,~ 2174 27,1448| penalty. 2. One who joins an~organization which plots against the 2175 26,1394| 1) invite the pastor to organize his challenges to removal 2176 15,634 | baptism, and it should so orient~the whole of human culture 2177 10,324 | ecclesiastical ministry of divine origin.~ 2178 25,1225| a trial unless they are~originals or presented in authentic 2179 24,1077| place where the obligation originated or~is to be fulfilled.~ 2180 25,1269| must be rejected from the outset;~and, if it is admitted, 2181 | overall 2182 24,1124| it that the trial is not overly prolonged by such extensions.~ 2183 19,934 | superior's judgment, is overriding. 3. The authority which 2184 20,948 | one and after proof of the oversight and absence,~the election, 2185 1,12 | diligence the duties~which they owe to the universal Church 2186 23,1018| blessing, are privately~owned, they may be acquired by 2187 Prel,4 | abrogate nor derogate from the~pacts entered or approved by the 2188 24,1131| writing. 2. The individual pages of the~acts are to be numbered 2189 10,329 | especially pastors, are to take pains to discern and foster~vocations 2190 29,1499| recourse is to be taken to parallel~passages, if such exist, 2191 2,34 | marriage of Catholics only one parent transfers~to another Church 2192 26,1390| reputation among upright and~good parishioners or aversion to the pastor 2193 7,283 | remove from the pastor the partial~or total care of certain 2194 29,1517| they are expressed by the particles~si, nisi, dummodo, or by 2195 16,863 | pardon to an adulterous partner and not break up conjugal 2196 7,197 | know and live deeply the paschal mystery so that they~become 2197 29,1499| to be taken to parallel~passages, if such exist, to the purpose 2198 26,1391| the pastor~to resign the pastorate within a period of fifteen 2199 26,1391| removal must take place, he is paternally to persuade the pastor~to 2200 16,689 | is to be indicated if his paternity is proven with some~public 2201 25,1259| things or places, by what path and method they proceeded 2202 27,1401| teaching and never losing patience, and are even to impose 2203 12,421 | fainthearted, and to be patient towards all.~ 2204 16,737 | lives and are helped in patiently enduring their infirmity 2205 4,87 | three, are~elected for the patriarchial curia by the synod of bishops 2206 15,621 | each Church sui iuris in~patrology, hagiography, and even iconography 2207 10,346 | to live according to the pattern given in the Gospel; (2) 2208 1,12 | obligation in their~own patterns of activity always to maintain 2209 16,857 | at first persevering in peaceful cohabitation~but later departed 2210 24,1103| possible or to resolve them~peacefully as soon as possible. 2. 2211 10,344 | with their families and peers,~which they need for sound 2212 12,552 | warnings, along~with salutary penances, have been in vain; (3) 2213 10,350 | way that students deeply penetrate Catholic doctrine drawn 2214 12,495 | return moved by sincere penitence; otherwise, they shall be 2215 | per 2216 25,1190| written responses the judge perceives~that it is necessary to 2217 19,911 | person is called a traveler (peregrinus) when he is in a different 2218 15,601 | culture, of answering the perennial questions~concerning the 2219 10,349 | of their own culture, the perennially valid philosophical patrimony 2220 16,697 | mystery of salvation is perfected~in the reception of the 2221 15,629 | knowing and~loving God more perfectly, to evaluating human and 2222 15,660 | newspapers, magazines or periodicals which are accustomed to 2223 27,1444| 1444~One who has committed perjury before an ecclesiastical 2224 16,698 | of the Church, there is~perpetuated in virtue of the Holy Spirit, 2225 25,1303| way of the exception in perpetuity and by way of action before 2226 10,381 | sick, the afflicted, the persecuted, the exiled and refugees. ~ 2227 16,860 | spouse due to captivity or persecution, can licitly celebrate~another 2228 16,849 | that the parties intend to persevere in~conjugal life.~ 2229 16,845 | provided the~other party perseveres in the consent already given, 2230 16,857 | interrogated or not, at first persevering in peaceful cohabitation~ 2231 26,1390| of~parochial duties which persist after a warning; (5) poor 2232 25,1213| 1213~Unless a serious cause persuades otherwise, the judge is 2233 26,1398| yield to the counsel and persuasion of the eparchial bishop, 2234 25,1318| are several respondents or~petitioners, and if the sentence is 2235 25,1289| the trial, if the issue is plainly and fully known from the 2236 16,693 | the oil of olives or other plants~and from aromatics, is confected 2237 27,1448| joins an~organization which plots against the Church, is to 2238 24,1103| very start or even~at any point during the litigation, whenever 2239 28,1469| whether, in order to avoid a pointless trial, it is expedi-about 2240 11,401 | their private, family, and~politico-social lives to be witnesses for 2241 7,272 | bishop, to investigate, ponder~and propose practical conclusions 2242 12,492 | the most grave reasons, pondered before the Lord. A petition~ 2243 3,44 | accepts his~election to the pontificate, but if the one elected 2244 23,1021| wealthier eparchies can aid the poorer~ones.~ 2245 24,1125| establish time limits for positing of procedural acts, the 2246 4,71 | Canon 71~1. The positions of tellers and secretary 2247 16,762 | abortion and all~persons who positively cooperated in either; (5) 2248 24,1162| the nature and force of a possessory action the prescriptions 2249 12,500 | addition to other conditions possibly stipulated in the typicon, 2250 10,385 | A cleric is forbidden to post bond, even from his~own 2251 25,1192| made through the public postal services,~with an acknowledgement 2252 15,641 | fill the more responsible posts in~society and to bear witness 2253 20,961 | prefer, they can vote to postulate such a~person from the competent 2254 16,698 | offered for us and his Blood poured out for~us, establishing 2255 7,272 | investigate, ponder~and propose practical conclusions about those 2256 4,82 | approving and recommending practices which foster the~spiritual 2257 15,663 | a work or its approval, praise, or~blessing is valid only 2258 15,652 | promote good initiatives, praising and~blessing in the first 2259 29,1503| doubt the revocation of a pre-existent law is not~presumed, but 2260 26,1372| non-Catholic minister, the pre-nuptial~investigation mentioned 2261 14,585 | common law, the Gospel is~preached in the whole world under 2262 7,204 | interrupted~month, so long as the precaution is taken that the eparchy 2263 27,1409| the law is expressed in preceptive terms, the judge, in accord 2264 25,1244| witness' knowledge and the precise time the witness learned 2265 27,1401| may receive a cure and to preclude the offender from~being 2266 16,783 | marriage, by which they may be~predisposed to that new state. 2. It 2267 7,302 | pastor, provides daily a preeminent and active assistance in 2268 20,961 | qualified and whom they prefer, they can vote to postulate 2269 12,516 | finance~officer although it is preferably separated from the office 2270 16,876 | it does not obscure the preference of the Church for the burial 2271 25,1305| complaint of nullity~may be prejudiced and, as a result, regards 2272 29,1534| to it~if the renunciation prejudices the Church or others.~ 2273 Prel | PRELIMINARY CANONS ~ 2274 16,715 | offerings for the Liturgy of~the Presanctified and for commemorations in 2275 24,1142| force unless the procurator presents a~mandate within the peremptory 2276 14,584 | should be so done that, preserving~the integrity of faith and 2277 4,70 | patriarch; in the meantime the presidency is reserved to the~administrator 2278 4,143 | 2) titular bishops;~(3) presidents of monastic confederations, 2279 2,31 | Canon 31~No one can presume in any way to induce the 2280 25,1265| the judge can formulate presumptions~which are not established 2281 29,1508| or immemorial custom can prevail~over a canon which contains 2282 1,10 | and transmitted~at a great price by many and to profess it 2283 15,607 | liturgical~homily should hold pride of place, is to be vitally 2284 15,627 | education of children belongs~primarily to their parents or to those 2285 10,373 | of married clerics in the primitive~Church and in the tradition 2286 25,1285| principal documents are to be~printed, the prior authorization 2287 16,877 | Christian faithful unless priorto death they gave some signs 2288 1,23 | to protect his or her own privacy.~ 2289 25,1276| the case has reached the probatory stage.~ 2290 15,644 | pedagogical suitability, probity,~or integrity of doctrine.~ 2291 26,1390| the Church~whenever this problem cannot be remedied in any 2292 25,1259| what path and method they proceeded in~discharging the function 2293 12,501 | be treated in a judicial proceeding, it is to be done by the 2294 12,501 | case be tried in judicial proceedings. 3. The~decision about the 2295 12,501 | tribunal and the case shall be processed according to the canons~ 2296 29,1538| or are laws pertaining to processes~or penalties, are not subject 2297 15,597 | believers~in the faith, he proclaims with a definitive act that 2298 16,819 | which is ordered toward the procreation of offspring by means of 2299 16,895 | established~by law, otherwise it produces no canonical effect.~ ~ 2300 27,1436| to these cases, whoever professes a doctrine~that has been 2301 12,468 | brought against one who has profited from the~contract entered 2302 25,1197| to make restitution, the~profits made from the day of the 2303 10,372 | measures to acquire a more~profound and timely knowledge and 2304 4,140 | appropriately the forms and programs of the apostolate~and ecclesiastical 2305 12,498 | the dismissal procedure progresses in accordance with the law, 2306 18,908 | faithful, undertake any project in~which they could cooperate 2307 16,863 | forgive the misdeed and not to prolong the separation~permanently.~ 2308 12,571 | they shall support their promoters in order that they may better 2309 16,884 | the human race; it also promotes true and authentic devotion 2310 25,1260| express what considerations prompted him~or her to admit or reject 2311 26,1394| pastor must be removed and promptly issue a decree on the~matter.~ 2312 25,1300| Canon 1300~The other pronouncements of a judge, over and above 2313 1,7 | sharers in Christ's priestly,~prophetic and royal function in their 2314 7,269 | treated by it or to receive proposals from members. ~2. The eparchial 2315 24,1121| contestatio); a person who proposes them later is not to~be 2316 16,810 | The impediment of public propriety arises: (1) from an invalid 2317 29,1516| of a rescript issued motu~proprio, has no effect insofar as 2318 24,1178| appointment; the parties may~prorogate the time limits.~ 2319 25,1314| Canon 1314~An appeal must be prosecuted within a month of its being 2320 7,285 | suitability he is to listen to the proto-presbyter, conduct appropriate investigations 2321 7,205 | the auxiliary bishop, the proto-syncellus or syncellus, or some other 2322 7,238 | major seminary; (5) the~protopresbyters; (6) at least one pastor 2323 27,1427| contents of~the letter are provable through some document. 2. 2324 12,418 | have power corresponding to provincials,~and also those who, if 2325 21,983 | Canon 983~1. The burden of proving delegation rests with the 2326 25,1337| request of a~party order a provisional execution of a sentence 2327 27,1447| any hierarch~whatsoever or provokes his subjects to disobedience, 2328 25,1213| the judge, in accord with prudential judgment,~can do the same 2329 10,352 | auxiliary disciplines such as psychology and pastoral sociology. 2330 24,1152| delicts which are not punishable under the common law, if 2331 15,634 | if for the most part its pupils are non-Catholics. ~3. A 2332 13,574 | aim~at other ends whose pursuit by their nature is reserved 2333 19,933 | amounts to a~condition sine qua non is invalid; otherwise 2334 26,1371| care that~notation be made quickly in the matrimonial and baptismal 2335 7,207 | See on the occasion of the~quinquennial report, about the status 2336 29,1523| execute it unless it~is quite clear that the act itself 2337 16,884 | the Mother of the human race; it also promotes true and 2338 16,851 | 1. A marriage cannot be radically sanated if consent is lacking~ 2339 15,653 | detailed norms~about the use of radio, cinema, television and 2340 12,452 | whose help is necessary in raising and educating children cannot~ 2341 25,1335| also engaged in litigation rashly; (5) ~the depositing of 2342 29,1502| to it, or if~it entirely re-orders the subject matter of the 2343 16,681 | foreseen before he or she reaches the use of reason, is~licitly 2344 16,866 | spouse can praiseworthily readmit the other spouse~to conjugal 2345 10,350 | been fully brought into reality, ecumenism is to be one 2346 15,639 | achieves its purpose and realizes its undertakings, they should~ 2347 21,987 | things which are in the realm of executive power of governance 2348 25,1188| tempus utile) to lodge a~reasoned recourse against the rejection 2349 27,1404| to another, although~the reasoning may be the same, or even 2350 1,11 | Canon 11~In virtue of their rebirth in Christ there exists among 2351 16,675 | Spirit, is freed from sin, reborn to new life, puts on Christ 2352 | recent 2353 | recently 2354 27,1416| offense was committed by a recidivist, or if according to~common 2355 27,1428| especially if it~concerns recidivists, the hierarch can, in addition 2356 30,1546| unless the beginning of the reckoning coincides with the beginning 2357 25,1264| Canon 1264~When the judicial recognizance or access has been completed, 2358 10,381 | them. 3. Clerics are to recognize and promote the~dignity 2359 16,884 | people of God the Church~recommends to the special and filial 2360 26,1381| to use pastoral~means to reconcile the spouses and induce them 2361 27,1438| divine praises, and~does not reconsider though legitimately warned, 2362 27,1407| adequate time given for~reconsideration. 2. One is to be said to 2363 25,1248| trial. 2. Use of a tape recorder is allowed provided that,~ 2364 25,1250| opportunity to listen to the tape recording of the deposition with the 2365 16,689 | it is done in~the civil records of the region, the names 2366 24,1154| action that might exist to recover damages~arising from the 2367 25,1335| paid and the damages to be recovered.~ 2368 12,545 | of special circumstances, reduces the time of the novitiate, 2369 25,1251| the judge believes such a reexamination necessary~or useful, provided, 2370 16,771 | letters to the eparchial curia referring to the same investigation 2371 Prel,3 | Code, although it often refers to the prescriptions of 2372 10,331 | discern it~themselves and refine it by a dedicated spirit; 2373 10,344 | Gospel and for the continual refinement of their various~natural 2374 15,602 | to a more~conscious and reflective life of faith.~ 2375 27,1409| penalty if the offender has reformed and reparation of the scandal 2376 10,381 | persecuted, the exiled and refugees. ~2. Unless constrained 2377 20,957 | the election and does not regain~any such right by a subsequent 2378 12,431 | the ownership of goods, he~regains the use, usufruct, and administration 2379 23,1045| of the hierarch are to be regarded as~nonexistent.~ 2380 7,192 | are committed to his care, regardless of age, condition, nation 2381 10,329 | is~to provide that either regional or, insofar as is possible, 2382 16,774 | major superior so that~the registration of the sacred ordination 2383 1,26 | authority has competence~to regulate the exercise of the rights 2384 16,668 | called private. 2. For the regulation of divine public~worship 2385 24,1180| arbitrators have the right to be reimbursed for~expenses; they may even 2386 24,1183| or a request for a total reinstatement~(restitutio in integrum); 2387 25,1189| decree by which he accepts or rejects the libellus the interested 2388 12,524 | visitators; however, in what relates to the~religious discipline 2389 24,1157| one case or was otherwise relatively incompetent.~ 2390 12,488 | loses all rights~and is released from the obligations towards 2391 10,365 | that the eparchial~bishop releasing the cleric obtain the consent 2392 25,1253| whether~the witness is reliable and firmly consistent or 2393 25,1217| confession of one party relieves the other parties from the 2394 2,39 | Catholic faith, are~to be religiously preserved and fostered.~ 2395 23,1033| ecclesiastical goods who relinquishes an office or function on 2396 16,762 | until he becomes free by relinquishing the~office and position 2397 15,664 | of hierarchs,~or he may rely on others, according to 2398 25,1355| nullity of the sentence~and remand the case to the tribunal 2399 23,1047| eparchial bishop, they are to be remanded to the fund mentioned in 2400 25,1304| sentence is vitiated by remediable nullity only, if: (1) ~it 2401 26,1390| whenever this problem cannot be remedied in any other way.~ 2402 24,1182| would be subject to~such a remedy; in which case, the appeal 2403 27,1425| but a~general remission removes all penalties except those 2404 7,228 | specifically prohibited from removing, destroying or~altering 2405 16,844 | which the person who is renewing consent knows or thinks~ 2406 16,866 | in which case the former renounces the right to~separate.~ 2407 25,1206| instance and it~obliges the renouncing party to pay the expenses 2408 23,1028| care that the capital be repaid in due time; (5) with the 2409 24,1160| feared can~otherwise be repaired and suitable security for 2410 25,1281| there is an occasion for repeating the decree mentioned in 2411 27,1403| trial, moved by~sincere repentance, has confessed his offense 2412 16,766 | causes,~not however by the repetition of the same cause, unless 2413 16,817 | marriage. 2. No human power~can replace this matrimonial consent.~ 2414 25,1286| the bond have the right to reply again to the~rejoinders 2415 25,1299| dispositive section, or reporting the facts or the~petitions 2416 1,15 | pastors~of the Church, as representatives of Christ, declare as teachers~ 2417 15,654 | writings~whatever or messages reproduced by any technical means and 2418 12,421 | sick and to visit them, to~reprove the unruly, to console the 2419 27,1401| offenses, by correcting, reproving, appealing, constantly teaching 2420 15,657 | Churches sui iuris. ~3. To republish liturgical books or their 2421 15,666 | therefore they may not be republished without obtaining the permission 2422 12,493 | law itself, unless it was repudiated~by the member at the moment 2423 27,1436| into doubt, or who totally~repudiates the Christian faith, and 2424 24,1103| employing the services~of reputable persons for mediation. 3. 2425 22,1004| decree null, but also to rescind~or revoke it, but the superior 2426 19,933 | can be the occasion for a rescissory action in accordance with 2427 16,727 | determined authority; these reservations cannot~be done without the 2428 16,769 | life, where the candidate resided for~some time, concerning 2429 4,87 | on them the office with residency in the~patriarchal curia; 2430 10,386 | even if they do not have a residential office,~nevertheless are 2431 3,43 | Church of Rome, in whom resides the office~(munus) given 2432 3,44 | happen that the Roman Pontiff resigns his office (munus), it is 2433 19,932 | was not in any way able to resist, is considered null. 2. 2434 8,316 | patriarch, recourse is made respectively~to the Apostolic See or 2435 25,1194| and is competent in other respects; (3) the jurisdiction of 2436 25,1318| 2. If there are several respondents or~petitioners, and if the 2437 16,856 | party requests time for responding, the same hierarch is to 2438 15,626 | they are catechizing and responsive to the demands of their 2439 10,385 | then devote and share the rest in works of the~apostolate 2440 27,1432| with it the obligation of restoring whatever was~illegitimately 2441 24,1160| a thing and an order to restrain the exercise of~a right 2442 12,452 | priesthood in a monastery but are restrained~by some impediment established 2443 16,727 | sins can be appropriately restricted~and reserved to a determined 2444 7,226 | office or establish any other restriction.~ 2445 16,753 | can be circumscribed with restrictions or revoked by the one who 2446 29,1498| retroactive force; if it restricts or extends the~law or if 2447 27,1418| penalty,~especially if it resulted in scandal or other serious 2448 25,1199| successor or an interested party resumes the suit; (2) if the case 2449 7,259 | ten years have elapsed, retaining a brief~summary of the facts 2450 16,731 | unless that person~formally retracts the denunciation and is 2451 16,848 | was not observed, and the retroactivity into~the past of canonical 2452 12,494 | departure from the monastery and returns~to the world, cannot exercise 2453 16,840 | other~does not consent to revealing it. 2. The obligation of 2454 15,595 | the Holy Spirit, it might reverently~safeguard revealed truth, 2455 25,1320| sentence is to be confirmed or revised, either totally or partially. 2456 25,1331| issued the sentence for its revision or by appealing to the~tribunal 2457 29,1533| illicit. ~3. A local privilege revives if the place is restored 2458 24,1077| tribunal. 2. If the case revolves around obligations which~ 2459 16,737 | strengthened by the hope of~eternal reward and absolved from sins, 2460 25,1323| between the parties and gives rise to an action for execution 2461 12,459 | in suitable exercises to root out vices in order~to curb 2462 7,289 | faith, hope and~charity rooted in Christ and that the Christian 2463 1,7 | priestly,~prophetic and royal function in their own manner; 2464 27,1442| taken or retained~it for a sacrilegious purpose, is to be punished 2465 23,1035| alienation is invalid. 2. Other safeguards prescribed by competent 2466 25,1192| another~method which is the safest, observing particular law. 2467 7,262 | for~their preservation, safety and increase, to supply 2468 10,345 | Church, a light and the salt for the world of this age.~ 2469 12,552 | repeated warnings, along~with salutary penances, have been in vain; ( 2470 16,867 | circumstances of life are sanctified. 2. Concerning the sacramentals 2471 16,667 | sign,~our Lord Jesus Christ sanctifies people by the power of the 2472 27,1452| compelled to give~appropriate satisfaction; but if such a person refuses, 2473 24,1136| or that the latter cannot~satisfactorily safeguard the rights of 2474 16,841 | recorded. He is not to be~satisfied until he receives notification 2475 23,1021| the eparchial bishops can satisfy~obligations towards other 2476 25,1187| or the place where they say they reside for the purpose 2477 15,610 | especially to supply for the scarcity~of clerics, the eparchial 2478 15,597 | held; they also exercise it scattered throughout~the world but 2479 16,762 | delict of apostasy, heresy or~schism; (3) a person who has attempted 2480 27,1437| is to be~punished as a schismatic with a major excommunication.~ 2481 15,647 | inquire more deeply and scientifically into divine revelation and~ 2482 4,82 | patriarch can: (1) within the scope~of his competence, issue 2483 23,1044| lawfully accepted,~are to be scrupulously fulfilled even as regards 2484 7,296 | himself or his~delegate and sealed with the parish seal. 4. 2485 29,1521| to the laws and the most secure~ways of the place. 2. If 2486 29,1489| commentary Acta Apostolicae Sedis, unless another~form of 2487 27,1447| 1447~1. One who incites sedition and hatred toward any hierarch~ 2488 25,1328| to indemnify the person seeking restitutio in integrum if 2489 26,1379| 1379~1. Unless one party seeks an ordinary contentious 2490 27,1451| Canon 1451~One who has seized, unjustly detained, seriously 2491 24,1093| instruction of the case, selecting one either from among the 2492 24,1174| provide by~decree for the selection. 2. The same norm is to 2493 28,1486| exercising the right of self-defense, unless having been cited~ 2494 16,888 | It is not permitted to sell sacred relics. 2. Significant~ 2495 15,665 | themselves or~others by buying, selling, reading, or passing on 2496 25,1197| therefore, the possessor is sentenced to make restitution, the~ 2497 16,864 | other a legitimate cause for separating in virtue of a decree of 2498 25,1295| sentence must~express in sequence who is the judge or the 2499 15,615 | issue norms so that special series of~sacred preaching are 2500 7,211 | the eparchy which he~has served.~ 2501 10,332 | to be established which~serves either one very large eparchy 2502 25,1323| party. 2. A res iudicata settles an~issue between the parties 2503 30,1545| midnight; a week is~a period of seven days, a month is a period 2504 12,517 | congregation who has completed the seventeenth year of age. In respect 2505 10,361 | eparchy laboring under a severe lack of clergy, so long 2506 16,863 | innocent spouse spontaneously~severed conjugal living, that spouse 2507 1,7 | since they have become sharers in Christ's priestly,~prophetic 2508 15,606 | other fields of learning by sharing their insights and~resources.~


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