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Canon 916

1. Through both domicile and quasi-domicile each person acquires his or her local hierarch and pastor of the Church sui

iuris in which he or she is enrolled, unless other provision is

made by common law. 2. The proper pastor of one who has neither an eparchial domicile or quasi-domicile is the pastor of the

place where that person is actually staying. 3. The proper

local hierarch and pastor of a transient is the pastor of his

church and the hierarch of the place where the transient is actually staying. 4. If there is no pastor for the Christian

faithful of a certain Church sui iuris, the eparchial bishop of

these people can appoint the pastor of another Church sui iuris

to look after them as their proper pastor, but with the consent

of the eparchial bishop of the pastor who is to be appointed.

5. In places where no exarchy has been constituted for the

Christian faithful of a certain Church sui iuris, the hierarch of

another Church sui iuris, even the Latin Church, of the place is

to be considered the proper hierarch of these faithful, with due

regard for the prescription of can. 101; if, however, there are

several hierarchs, that one is to be considered their proper

hierarch who has been appointed as such by the Apostolic See or,

if it is a question of Christian faithful who belong to a patriarchal Church, by the patriarch with the assent of the Apostolic See.




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