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  • TITLE 12 Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes of Consecrated Life
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Canon 415

1. All religious are subject to the authority of the local

hierarch in matters which pertain to the public celebration of

divine worship, to the preaching of the word of God to the people, to the religious and moral education of the Christian faithful, especially of children, to catechetical and liturgical instruction and to what becomes the clerical state, as well as to

various works of the apostolate. 2. It is the right and duty

of the eparchial bishop to make a visitation of each monastery

and of houses of orders and congregations in his territory in

respect to the matters mentioned in 1 as often as he conducts a

Canonical visitation there or whenever he judges that grave reasons suggest it. 3. The eparchial bishop can entrust apostolic

work or duties pertaining to the eparchy to religious only with

the consent of the competent superiors, without prejudice to common law and with observance of the religious discipline of the

institutes safeguarding their own character and specific purpose.

4. Religious who committed a delict outside their house and

have not been punished by their proper superior and who have been

warned by the local hierarch, can be punished by that hierarch

even if they have lawfully left and have returned to the house.




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