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Canon 280

1. Generally, a parish is to be territorial, that is, it embraces all the Christian faithful of a certain territory; if however, in the judgment of the eparchial bishop, having consulted

the presbyteral council, it is expedient, personal parishes are

to be erected based on nationality, language, enrollment of the

Christian faithful in another Church sui iuris or even upon some

other definite determining factor. 2. It is the competency of

the eparchial bishop to erect, modify and suppress parishes after

consulting the presbyteral council. 3. A lawfully established

parish is a juridic person by the law itself.




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