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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 437

1. The permission for erecting a monastery, even a dependent

one, includes with it the permission to have a church and to perform sacred ministries as well as to carry out religious works

proper to the monastery in accordance with the norm of the typicon, without prejudice to the conditions lawfully stipulated in

the document of erection. 2. Written permission of the eparchial bishop is required in the case of any monastery for the

construction and opening of schools, guest-houses or similar

buildings distinct from the monastery. 3. In order to convert

a monastery to other uses, the same formalities are required as

for erecting it, except when it concerns a conversion that concerns only the internal governance and religious discipline.




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