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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 508

1. A province is a part of the same order or congregation,

consisting of several houses, and which a major superior rules

directly. 2. To divide an order or congregation into provinces, to unite established provinces or to modify their boundaries, to erect new ones or to suppress erected ones, pertains to

the authority determined by the statutes of the order or congregation. 3. To make provisions concerning the property of suppressed provinces, with due regard to justice and the wishes of

the donors, pertains, unless the statutes direct otherwise, to

the general synaxis, or, in urgent necessity, to the superior

general with the consent of the council.




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