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Canon 193

1. The eparchial bishop to whom the care of Christian faithful

of another Church sui iuris are committed is bound by the serious

obligation of providing all the things in order that these Christian faithful retain the rite of their own Church, cultivate and

observe it as much as they can; he should foster relations with

the higher authority of that Church. 2. The eparchial bishop

is to provide for the spiritual needs of those Christian faithful, if it is possible, through presbyters or pastors of the same

Church sui iuris as the Christian faithful or even through a syncellus constituted for the care of these Christian faithful. 3.

Eparchial bishops, who appoint such presbyters, pastors or syncelli for the care of Christian faithful of patriarchal Churches,

are to formulate plans of action with the patriarchs who are concerned in the matter and, if they are in agreement, act by their

own authority and notify the Apostolic See as soon as possible;

if the patriarchs, for any reason whatever, disagree, the matter

is to be referred to the Apostolic See.




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