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Canon 178

The eparchial bishop, as a vicar and legate of Christ, governs in

his own name the eparchy entrusted to him for shepherding. This

power, which he exercises personally in the name of Christ, is

proper, ordinary, and immediate, although its exercise is ultimately regulated by the Supreme Authority of the Church and can

be defined with certain limits should the usefulness of the

Church or the Christian faithful require it.




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