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Canon 273

1. The pastoral council, which is only a consultative body,

consists of clerics, religious or members of societies of common

life in the manner of religious, and, especially, of lay people

designated in a manner determined by the eparchial bishop. 2.

The pastoral council is to be so established that, insofar as

possible, it represents the Christian faithful of the eparchy in

regard to the types of persons, associations and other endeavors.

3. Along with these Christian faithful, if it is suitable, the

eparchial bishop can invite others also to the pastoral council,

even if they are of another Church sui iuris. 4. No one except

Christian faithful of proven faith, good morals and outstanding

prudence are to be appointed to the pastoral council.




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