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Canon 100

The patriarch can reserve to himself matters which concern

several eparchies and affect the civil authorities; he cannot

make a decision regarding these same matters without consulting

the eparchial bishops to whom it is of concern and without the

consent of the permanent synod. If the matter is urgent and does

not permit the convening of the episcopal members of the permanent synod, then the bishops of the patriarchal curia, if there

are any, otherwise, the two eparchial bishops who are senior

according to episcopal ordination, will act in their place in the

case.




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