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Canon 92

1. The patriarch is to manifest hierarchical communion with the

Roman Pontiff, successor of Saint Peter, through the loyalty,

veneration and obedience which are due to the supreme pastor of

the entire Church. 2. The patriarch must make a commemoration

of the Roman Pontiff as a sign of full communion with him in the

Divine Liturgy and divine praises according to the prescriptions

of the liturgical books and to see that it is done faithfully by

all the bishops and other clerics of the Church over which he

presides. 3. It is to be the custom for the patriarch to visit

the Roman Pontiff and, according to the norms established especially for this, to send to him a report concerning the state of

the Church over which he presides. Within a year of his election

and then often during his tenure in office, he is to make a visit

to Rome to venerate the tombs of apostles Peter and Paul and

present himself to the successor of Saint Peter in primacy over

the entire Church.




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