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Canon 1391

1. If after an inquiry has been conducted, it is proven that a

reason is present, the eparchial bishop is to discuss the matter

with two pastors from the group of pastors permanently selected

for this by the presbyteral council after their being proposed by

the eparchial bishop; but if subsequently he decides that the

removal must take place, he is paternally to persuade the pastor

to resign the pastorate within a period of fifteen days, after he

has explained, for validity, the reason and the arguments for

removal. 2. The pastor who is a member of a religious institute or a society of common life in the manner of religious can

be removed either at the discretion of the eparchial bishop after

having notified the major superior or by the major superior who

has notified the eparchial bishop, without the need of each

other's consent.




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