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Canon 334

1. A seminary is erected by the eparchial bishop for his own

eparchy or in common for several eparchies by the eparchial

bishops of those same eparchies or by higher authority, however

with the consent of the council of hierarchs if that higher

authority is of a metropolitan Church sui iuris or with the consent of the synod of bishops of the patriarchal Church if it is a

patriarchal Church. 2. Eparchial bishops, for whose subjects a

common seminary has been erected, cannot validly erect another

seminary without the consent of the authority which erected the

common seminary, or, if it concerns a seminary erected by the

eparchial bishops themselves, without the unanimous consent of

the bishops who agreed or without the consent of their higher

authority.




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