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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 444

1. The office of superior of a monastery sui iuris is conferred

for an indeterminate time, unless the typicon states otherwise.

2. Unless the typicon prescribes otherwise, superiors of dependent monasteries are appointed by the superior of the monastery

sui iuris for a time determined in the typicon itself, with the

consent of the council if the monastery is filial, but after consulting the council if it is a subsidiary one. 3. Superiors

who have completed the seventy-fifth year of age, or who have become less capable of fulfilling the duties of their office because of failing health or some other grave cause, shall submit a

resignation from office to the synaxis, which is to accept it.




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