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Canon 78

1. The power which, according to the norm of the canons and

legitimate customs, the patriarch has over bishops and other

Christian faithful of the Church over which he presides is ordinary and proper, but personal. Thus, the patriarch cannot constitute a vicar for the entire patriarchal Church nor can he

delegate his power to someone for all cases. 2. The power of

the patriarch is exercised validly only inside the territorial

boundaries of the patriarchal Church unless the nature of the

matter or the common or particular law approved by the Roman

Pontiff establishes otherwise.




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