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     Title, Canon
2509 10,349 | truth and falsehood~with a sharp intellectual discretion, 2510 15,601 | the light of~Christ might shine everywhere more brightly 2511 11,401 | manifest~Him to others; also, shining in faith, hope and charity, 2512 10,393 | regions~laboring under a shortage of clergy.~ 2513 8,314 | exarchy committed to him by~showing the decree of appointment 2514 29,1517| expressed by the particles~si, nisi, dummodo, or by similar 2515 29,1518| the arguments from both~sides of the question, giving 2516 25,1310| himself or of the Apostolic Signatura; (2) from a sentence vitiated 2517 25,1223| force against the author or~signer as that deriving from an 2518 16,888 | to sell sacred relics. 2. Significant~relics, icons or images, 2519 16,867 | especially spiritual~ones, are signified and obtained through the 2520 16,698 | offering~and as a communion to signify and perfect the unity of 2521 16,856 | any answer, the~person's silence is considered to be a negative 2522 7,197 | in charity, humility and simplicity of life, is to make every 2523 27,1443| Canon 1443~who has simulated the celebration of the Divine 2524 27,1403| the following conditions simultaneously concur: ~the offender, who 2525 10,346 | Christ, among which are sincerity of heart, diligent concern 2526 19,933 | which amounts to a~condition sine qua non is invalid; otherwise 2527 29,1514| execution it has been issued; a singular precept ceases on the termination 2528 16,877 | Canon 877~Sinners are to be deprived of an 2529 24,1128| place~he enters and at a site designated by the bishop.~ 2530 16,800 | before he has completed his sixteenth year of age and~a woman 2531 7,199 | other~solemnities in which a sizeable part of the people participate.~ 2532 15,606 | community and are to cooperate~skillfully with the bishops in their 2533 14,589 | equipped with~the necessary skills and ability; they are to 2534 24,1086| protosyncellus,~unless the smallness of the eparchy or the small 2535 15,622 | for the same territory or socio-cultural region. ~2. This commission 2536 10,352 | psychology and pastoral sociology. 3. Although~students are 2537 16,875 | the same time brings the solace of hope to~the living.~ 2538 7,204 | eparchy on days~of special solemnity established by particular 2539 7,200 | eparchy, which are to be solemnly carried out by himself according 2540 16,731 | concerning the crime of solicitation~to sin against chastity 2541 27,1458| pretext~of confession has solicited a penitent to a sin against 2542 7,293 | in his daily contacts and~solicitude to the baptized and non-baptized, 2543 15,601 | recommending Christian~solutions to the more pressing problems, 2544 24,1109| of an objection is to be solved most expeditiously~after 2545 24,1184| which it was given, or~by somebody else, unless the parties 2546 | sometime 2547 | sometimes 2548 | somewhere 2549 16,682 | is to be exhorted to have~sorrow for personal sins. 2. A 2550 16,874 | can be~done, or at least a space in the civil cemeteries 2551 10,346 | promises, courtesy in~acting, speaking modestly joined with charity. 2552 24,1130| person to be interrogated speaks a language which is not~ 2553 24,1060| document explicitly (in forma specifica) confirmed by the Roman~ 2554 29,1513| and the common usage of speech, and~must not be extended 2555 24,1117| unless some of them demand speedier treatment than others, which 2556 24,1176| the arbitrators are to be spelled out in~the compromise, as 2557 7,292 | the days which the pastor~spends once a year in spiritual 2558 7,230 | which the income~must be spent.~ 2559 14,589 | missiology and missionary spirituality, as well as instructed~in 2560 16,689 | the minister, parents, sponsors, and also the witnesses, 2561 15,665 | type conducted under their sponsorship are selected with the~sense 2562 10,369 | penance. They are to honor St. Mary,~the ever Virgin Mother 2563 24,1130| is to be employed; their statements, however, are to~be put 2564 10,331 | suitable by certain signs for~steadfastly undertaking the sacred ministries 2565 12,502 | bonds as well as obligations stemming from monastic profession 2566 16,801 | as the doubt exists. 3. Sterility neither prohibits nor~invalidates 2567 23,1008| supreme administrator and steward~of all ecclesiastical goods. 2568 25,1261| Both the expenses and the stipends which must be paid to the 2569 4,86 | if particular law thus stipulates, also to~ordain all bishops; ( 2570 23,1045| performance of their duty. 3. Stipulations added to last wills~and 2571 10,329 | with other hierarchs, is to stir up his flock in promoting 2572 | stop 2573 25,1301| definitive sentence if it stops the trial, or if it puts 2574 27,1405| can also by his own laws strengthen~with a suitable penalty 2575 24,1146| suspended from office and also stricken from the list of advocates~ 2576 12,572 | their own rule of~life, striving for the perfection of charity 2577 15,617 | through an increasingly stronger commitment to the person 2578 7,302 | consultation, help and example, studiously providing~parochial care 2579 29,1520| asked~for, to the one who is studying the possibility of interposing 2580 29,1530| validity according to the style of the~curia of the hierarch 2581 27,1437| Canon 1437~One who refuses subjection to the supreme authority 2582 30 | of acquiring or losing a subjective right and~of freeing oneself 2583 12,453 | means. 3. In respect to the submission of documents as well as 2584 25,1283| and~all danger of fraud or subordination is removed; (3) in all~cases, 2585 1,7 | a society in this world, subsists in the Catholic Church,~ 2586 29,1524| or the~executor has not substantially observed the procedural 2587 20,953 | unless it is clear that by subtracting that vote the~person elected 2588 24,1063| to judge in first and in~succeeding instances, by judges who 2589 21,982 | transfers to any hierarch who succeeds him in governance.~ 2590 7,212 | officio with the right of succession and endowed with special~ 2591 29,1514| A dispensation which has successive applications ceases also 2592 16,737 | enduring their infirmity and suffering. 2. In the Churches in which 2593 7,292 | as~the parochial ministry suffers no harm from it. 2. Unless~ 2594 29,1537| there is a doubt about the sufficiency of the~cause, the dispensation 2595 25,1245| captious, nor crafty, nor suggestive of the~answer, free from 2596 16,762 | person who has attempted suicide; (6) a person who has performed 2597 23,1036| of the goods exceeds the sum it established~or approved 2598 25,1277| parties, the judge must summon to the trial a~third party 2599 28,1468| investigation appears to be entirely~superfluous. 2. Care must be taken lest 2600 16,698 | himself did at the Last Supper, who gave to the disciples~ 2601 10,345 | completed in the major seminary, supplementing those things which, perhaps, 2602 21,994 | or about fact, the Church supplies executive~power of governance 2603 20,945 | confers an office, while supplying for someone who~is negligent 2604 25,1253| whether the witness has supporting witnesses or whether there 2605 16,880 | the Apostolic See which suppresses a holy days~of obligation 2606 25,1250| the option of adding to, suppressing, correcting or changing 2607 12,445 | those whom they know for sure before the Lord as being~ 2608 23,1028| invest the money which is surplus after expenses and which 2609 19,925 | collegial juridic person survives, and~the aggregate of persons 2610 25,1305| result, regards him or her as suspect, the party can demand that 2611 26,1367| was not consummated, after suspending~the nullity case with the 2612 1,19 | the right to promote or to sustain apostolic~action by their 2613 24,1130| judge or the parties, a sworn interpreter designated~by 2614 16,701 | having removed any liturgical syncretism~and wearing the appropriate 2615 7,256 | eparchial curia with a~brief synopsis of each of the documents.~ 2616 15,647 | analyze and to structure systematically the truths of divine revelation, 2617 27,1448| a public performance or talk or publicly disseminated 2618 14,587 | not a~mere presentation of teachings and precepts, but a formation 2619 15,653 | the use of radio, cinema, television and the like dealing~with 2620 12,426 | determinations of the founder, and so tend to the~perfection of his 2621 24,1073| none of these titles is termed relative. 3. Unless~the 2622 12,485 | consent of the council, to terminate the eremitical life for~ 2623 30,1546| of one or more~weeks, the terminus is reached at the end of 2624 27,1409| expressed in preceptive terms, the judge, in accord with 2625 23,1043| fulfill the will of the testator.~ 2626 16,682 | truths of the faith and be~tested in the Christian life; the 2627 25,1246| matters which are to be~testified to are so removed from memory 2628 25,1253| 2) whether the witness~testifies in virtue of personal knowledge, 2629 25,1209| appear before the judge to~testify, it is permitted to hear 2630 16,761 | written in his own hand,~testifying that he is ready to receive 2631 10,381 | the Church, especially by testing the multiform~gifts of the 2632 10,353 | are to be exercises and tests strengthening pastoral formation, 2633 15,658 | morals, if~they are used as textbooks for catechetical instruction.~ 2634 14,587 | prerogatives are recognized as theirs.~ 2635 15,606 | Canon 606~1. Theologians with their deeper understanding 2636 | thereafter 2637 | therein 2638 7,182 | candidates, hearing, if they think it appropriate, secretly~ 2639 23,1040| alienation decides, after a thorough review of the situation, 2640 25,1246| of some matters if it is thought~that this can be done without 2641 16,840 | sanctity of marriage is threatened~by the observance of secrecy. 2642 27,1442| Canon 1442~Whoever has thrown away the Divine Eucharist 2643 7,183 | fourth ballots, because of a tied vote, it is not established 2644 10,372 | acquire a more~profound and timely knowledge and use of them 2645 15,647 | matters to the people~of today in a way that is suited 2646 15,662 | with religious and moral topics, members~of religious institutes 2647 27,1451| inflicted bodily or mental torture on a person, is to~be punished 2648 29,1518| directly whom the decree touches and especially those whose~ 2649 10,330 | set up a program for the~training of clerics, in which the 2650 12,529 | permission of the superior, transacted business of the order or 2651 24,1121| had been already reached (transactio), as well~as other peremptory 2652 25,1299| material error has occurred in transcribing the dispositive section, 2653 23,1053| also enjoy the power~of transferring for a just reason the obligations 2654 15,634 | into which they~have been transformed through baptism, and it 2655 4,95 | their zeal; if they gravely transgress in a~certain matter, after 2656 25,1315| they are to be carefully translated into a language~known to 2657 24,1130| original language and a translation is~to be added; an interpreter 2658 15,651 | in the production and the transmission of communications offer 2659 25,1315| appeal is being made must transmit the~acts, duly authenticated 2660 7,182 | additional information, transmits the matter to all~the members 2661 6,171 | to draw up its statutes, transmitting~them to the Apostolic See, 2662 24,1128| the parties, a~judge can travel outside his own territory 2663 19,911 | 911~A person is called a traveler (peregrinus) when he is 2664 10,340 | doctrine from the eminent~treasury handed down by them.~ 2665 21,990 | wish to proceed further in treating the matter. 3. ~When several 2666 24,1117| of them demand speedier treatment than others, which fact 2667 25,1222| public documents are to be trusted concerning everything which 2668 23,1046| his own hierarch of this trusteeship and list all the~goods that 2669 25,1202| petitioning for indemnity against tutors,~guardians, administrators 2670 7,271 | less than six nor more than twelve in number;~if, for any reason 2671 16,759 | presbyterate the completion of~twenty-four years, with due regard for 2672 16,759 | diaconate is completion of~twenty-three years, for the presbyterate 2673 4,120 | determined times, at~least twice a year, and whenever the 2674 7,178 | although its exercise is ultimately regulated by the Supreme 2675 10,346 | freedom~wisely and to act unaided and diligently.~ 2676 10,382 | completely from all those things unbecoming to their state, according 2677 30,1542| faithful; (4) the certain and unchallenged boundaries of ecclesiastical 2678 12,494 | bishop can receive him either unconditionally or on a trial basis~for 2679 29,1508| been the continuous and uncontested practice~for the prescribed 2680 21,990 | business, the one who first undertakes to deal with it excludes 2681 16,691 | baptized person founded on undoubted arguments, especially if 2682 24,1170| but they are to~be of an uneven number. 2. In the compromise 2683 27,1405| particular penal~laws be uniform in the same territory, to 2684 16,825 | person, even when inflicted unintentionally, which is of such a type 2685 10,384 | the supervision of~labor unions unless, in the judgment 2686 12,529 | acts contrary to the vows unlawful, but not invalid. 2. This 2687 25,1273| through rather long and unnecessary delays. 2. Even if the respondent 2688 10,369 | preaching; they are to be unremitting in prayer, in liturgical 2689 12,421 | visit them, to~reprove the unruly, to console the fainthearted, 2690 25,1292| 5. But if the judges~are unwilling or unable to arrive at a 2691 16,712 | 712~Those who are publicly unworthy are forbidden from receiving 2692 16,783 | moral,~social and culture upbringing of their children; (2) by 2693 16,779 | validity of a marriage is to be upheld until the contrary is~proven.~ 2694 24,1175| matter by~decree; if it upholds the objection, other arbitrators 2695 7,247 | science, of sound~doctrine, uprightness, prudence and experience 2696 29,1511| especially pertaining to urging the observance of a~law; ( 2697 29,1496| long as the dispensation is usually granted~by the authority 2698 27,1462| has obtained, conferred or usurped in any manner whatsoever, 2699 24,1119| fifteen available days (dies utiles).~ 2700 24,1102| otherwise, a delegated judge may utilize the assistance of~officers 2701 15,602 | are to be recognized~and utilized, so that the Christian faithful 2702 15,606 | and, of equal importance, utilizing their freedom, to illumine 2703 26,1396| exercising the office~of pastor, vacate the rectory immediately, 2704 10,392 | Clerics have a right to annual vacations as determined by the~particular 2705 25,1253| inconsistent, uncertain or vacillating; (4) whether the witness 2706 19,911 | quasi-domicile and a transient (vagus) if one has neither domicile 2707 20,943 | subsequent vacancy does not validate the provision. 2. But if 2708 23,1035| reason; (2) a written expert valuation of the goods to be alienated; ( 2709 15,629 | evaluating human and moral values~with right conscience and 2710 11,405 | fostered, and so that the variety of rites~does not harm the 2711 16,743 | to his apostles, and in varying degrees share in the~proclamation 2712 10,346 | which are commended by the venerable tradition of their own Church 2713 29,1528| canons also apply~to the verbal granting of a favor, unless 2714 24,1132| to the party~or witness verbatim and that the party or witness 2715 25,1326| clear proof of injustice is verified only if: (1) the sentence 2716 29,1517| by similar words in the vernacular (e.g.,~if, unless, provided 2717 25,1318| the respondent and vice versa. 2. If there are several 2718 25,1229| fear~that infamy, dangerous vexations or other serious evils will~ 2719 25,1318| benefits the respondent and vice versa. 2. If there are several 2720 4,142 | himself is to appoint a vice-president, who~presides over the assembly 2721 12,459 | suitable exercises to root out vices in order~to curb the movements 2722 21,988 | delegation is granted in view of the~special qualifications 2723 15,640 | at making the Christian view-point present by promoting a deeper 2724 16,881 | from the evening of the~vigil until the end of the Sunday 2725 7,199 | principal solemnities and their vigils. 3. The eparchial bishop 2726 14,586 | to religious freedom is vindicated so that no one is driven 2727 25,1227| n. 2, or without risk of~violating the obligation to observe 2728 12,570 | consecrated~life. Consecrated virgins and widows who live on their 2729 12,420 | members shall trust the visitator, and they are obliged to 2730 30,1542| Christian faithful can be visited by no ecclesiastical authority~ 2731 15,607 | pride of place, is to be vitally nourished by~the Sacred 2732 16,822 | dignity of matrimony does not vitiate matrimonial consent so long 2733 24,1181| this sentence is~null and void, the judicial vicar either 2734 23,1030| employees a just and decent wage so that~they may provide 2735 10,332 | for which nothing is left wanting.~ 2736 16,675 | baptism a person through washing with natural water with~ 2737 13,577 | preserved in~them, and to watch lest abuse creep into ecclesiastical 2738 15,665 | rectors of churches are to be watchful that in~their churches are 2739 16,675 | through washing with natural water with~the invocation of the 2740 23,1021| means through which the wealthier eparchies can aid the poorer~ 2741 12,476 | outside the monastery, are to wear the monastic habit prescribed 2742 16,701 | liturgical syncretism~and wearing the appropriate vestments 2743 30,1546| years, or of one or more~weeks, the terminus is reached 2744 25,1260| 1260~1. The judge is to weigh attentively not only the 2745 7,285 | with~him. 3. After he has weighed all the circumstances, the 2746 25,1218| Canon 1218~Having weighted all the circumstances, it 2747 27,1404| may be the same, or even weightier.~ 2748 27,1402| spoken of in 3, there are weighty~reasons precluding a penal 2749 23,1007| looking after the spiritual well-being of people, the Church~needs 2750 25,1337| sees that it is probably well-founded~and irreparable harm could 2751 16,706 | offered are~bread made of wheat alone and recently made 2752 | wherein 2753 10,339 | petition for any confessor whomsoever,~even from outside the seminary, 2754 29,1513| administrative acts are to be widely~interpreted. 3. Privileges 2755 12,570 | Consecrated virgins and widows who live on their own in~ 2756 10,393 | necessity; let them show willingness, especially with the~permission 2757 24,1146| advocate are forbidden to win~the suit through bribery 2758 16,706 | of corruption and natural wine of the grape and not corrupt.~ 2759 22,998 | perhaps through the use of wise persons in~mediation or 2760 10,346 | be trained to use freedom~wisely and to act unaided and diligently.~ 2761 10,350 | as the unity which Christ wished for His Church has~not been 2762 24,1146| the same penalties if they withdraw cases from competent tribunals 2763 12,440 | monastery sui iuris~to, or the withdrawal from a confederation is 2764 12,550 | congregation with the intention of withdrawing from the~power of superiors, 2765 Prel,4 | in~their present form not withstanding any prescriptions of the 2766 16,859 | has several non-baptized wives, after having received baptism 2767 23,1030| policy in the employment of~workers; (2) is to pay employees 2768 23,1042| of juridic persons can be worsened.~ 2769 16,667 | become in a unique way true worshipers of~God the Father and by 2770 25,1218| the judge to~evaluate the worth of an extra-judicial confession 2771 27,1451| unjustly detained, seriously wounded or mutilated, or inflicted 2772 27,1401| order to ensure that the wounds inflicted by~the offense 2773 26,1398| pastor does not intend to yield to the counsel and persuasion 2774 16,783 | and catechesis adapted to youths and adults, by which the~ 2775 7,285 | morals, sound doctrine, zealous for souls,~endowed with


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