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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 544

1. Within the territorial boundaries of the patriarchal Church

a member can validly transfer to another religious institute with

the written permission of the patriarch and with the consent of

his or her own superior general and the superior general of the

order or congregation to which he or she wishes to transfer, or,

if a member wants to transfer to a monastery, of the superior of

the monastery sui iuris; for the granting of their consent, the

superiors require the previous consent of their council or, in a

monastery, of the synaxis. 2. A member can validly transfer

from a congregation of eparchial right to another religious institute of eparchial right with the written consent of the eparchial bishop of the place where the main house of the religious

institute to which the transfer is to be made, after consultation

with the superior general of the congregation from which the

transfer is to be made, with the consent of the superior general

of the congregation or the superior of the monastery sui iuris to

which he or she transfers. For the granting of this consent the

superiors need the prior consent of their council or, in a monastery, of the synaxis. 3. In other cases the member cannot

validly transfer to another religious institute without the consent of the Apostolic See. 4. The consent of the Apostolic See

is required for the validity of a transfer to a religious institute of another Church sui iuris.




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