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Canon 300

1. When the parish is vacant and when the pastor is absolutely

hindered from exercising his pastoral function, before the appointment of an administrator of the parish, the parochial vicar

assumes the interim care of the parish; and, if there are several

parochial vicars, the one senior in presbyteral ordination; and

if there are no vicars, the nearest pastor; the eparchial bishop

is to determine at an early date which parish is considered closer to which parish. 2. The one who assumes the interim governance of a parish is immediately to inform the eparchial

bishop.




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