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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 547

1. The major superior, having consulted the council, can for a

just cause exclude a member in temporary vows from the renewal of

the temporary vows or from making perpetual profession. 2.

Physical or psychic illness, even if contracted after temporary

profession, which in the judgment of experts renders a member in

temporary vows incapable of leading life in the religious institute, constitutes a reason for not admitting that person to the

renewal of temporary profession or the making of perpetual profession, unless the infirmity was contracted on account of the

negligence of the institute or because of the work performed in

the institute. 3. However, if the member becomes insane during

temporary vows, that member cannot be dismissed from the institute even if he or she cannot make a new profession.




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