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Canon 284

1. The right of naming pastors belongs solely to the eparchial

bishop, who freely names them. 2. To entrust a parish to a

member of religious institute or society of common life in the

manner of religious, the major superior is to propose a suitable

priest of his institute to the eparchial bishop for appointment,

with due regard for agreements entered into with the eparchial

bishop or other authority determined by the particular law of the

proper Church sui iuris. 3. The pastor possesses stability in

his office, therefore he is not to be named for a determined

period of time unless: (1) it concerns a member of a religious

institute or society of common life in the manner of religious;

(2) a candidate agrees to this in writing; (3) it concerns a

special case, in which case the consent of the college of eparchial consultors is required; (4) the particular law of his

Church sui iuris permits it.




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