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Canon 486

1. The patriarch can for a grave reason, having consulted the

eparchial bishop and with the consent of the permanent synod,

concede the status of a stauropegial monastery in the very act of

foundation of a monastery sui iuris. 2. The stauropegial monastery is directly subject to the patriarch in such a way that

only he himself enjoys the rights and obligations of an eparchial

bishop toward the monastery, the members assigned to it, as well

as the persons who day and night dwell in the monastery. Other

persons, however, connected with the monastery are subject directly and exclusively to the patriarch only in those aspects which

concern their duties and offices.




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