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Canon 84

1. The patriarch should most especially take care that either

he himself or the eparchial bishops of the Church over which he

presides, after consultation, especially in the assemblies provided by law, with the patriarchs and eparchial bishops of other

Churches sui iuris who exercise their power in the same territory, promote a unity of action among themselves and other Christian faithful of each Church sui iuris. Thus, in a united effort, they can assist in common works for the more expeditious

promotion of the good of religion, for the more effective protection of ecclesiastical discipline and the harmonious fostering

of unity of all Christians. 2. The patriarch is also to foster

frequent gatherings, to be convoked according to his prudent

judgment, among the hierarchs and other Christian faithful regarding pastoral matters and other affairs which concern the

entire Church over which he presides or a certain province or

region.




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