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Canon 89

1. It is the right and obligation of the patriarch to exercise

vigilance according to the norm of law over all clerics; if it

appears that one of them merits punishment, he is to warn the

hierarch to whom the cleric is immediately subject and, if the

warning is in vain, he himself is to take action against the

cleric according to the norm of law. 2. The patriarch can

commit a function of conducting affairs which regard the entire

patriarchal Church to any cleric, after having consulted with the

eparchial bishop or, in the case of a member of a religious institute or a society of the common life in the manner of religious, the major superior, unless particular law of the patriarchal Church requires the consent of the same; he can also subject the cleric immediately to himself while exercising this

function. 3. The patriarch can confer a dignity in his own

patriarchal Church on any cleric with due regard for can. 430,

provided that he receives the written consent of the eparchial

bishop to whom the cleric is subject or, in the case of a religious institute or a society of the common life in the manner of

religious, the major superior.




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