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Canon 1390

The reasons for which a pastor can be legitimately removed from

his parish are especially the following: (1) a way of acting

which is gravely detrimental or disturbing to ecclesiastical

communion; (2) incompetence or a permanent infirmity of mind or

body which renders a pastor incapable of performing his functions

in a useful way; (3) loss of good reputation among upright and

good parishioners or aversion to the pastor which are foreseen as

not ceasing in a short time; (4) grave neglect or violation of

parochial duties which persist after a warning; (5) poor administration of temporal affairs with grave damage to the Church

whenever this problem cannot be remedied in any other way.




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