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Canon 1538

1. As often as he judges that a dispensation will contribute to

the spiritual good of the Christian faithful who are subject to

him according to the norm of the law, the eparchial bishop can

dispense from both the common law and the particular laws of his

own Church sui iuris in a special case, unless a reservation has

been made by the authority which made the laws. 2. If recourse

to the authority which has reserved to itself a dispensation is

difficult, and at the same time there is a danger of grave harm

in delay, any hierarch in a particular case can dispense the

Christian faithful who are subject to him according to the norm

of the law, provided that is concerns a dispensation which the

same authority is used to grant under the same circumstances,

with due regard for can. 396.




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