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Canon 157

1. The power which a metropolitan possesses according to the

norm of law over the bishops and other Christian faithful of the

metropolitan Church over which he presides, is ordinary and proper, but personal; thus, he cannot constitute a vicar for the

entire metropolitan Church sui iuris nor delegate his power to a

certain person for all cases. 2. The power of the metropolitan

and the council of hierarchs is validly exercised only within the

territorial boundaries of the metropolitan Church sui iuris. 3.

The metropolitan represents the metropolitan Church sui iuris in

all its juridic affairs.




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