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Canon 54

1. Decrees of an ecumenical council do not have obligatory

force unless they are approved by the Roman Pontiff together with

the fathers of the council and are confirmed by the Roman Pontiff

and promulgated at his order. 2. When the college of bishops

takes collegial action in another manner, initiated or freely

accepted by the Roman Pontiff, in order for its decrees to have

binding force, they need this same confirmation and promulgation.




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