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1 1, 0, 65| afterwards obtained from the diocesan bishop without any mention 2 1, 0, 65| invalid. A favor denied by a diocesan bishop, however, even if 3 1, 0, 72| be extended once by the diocesan bishop for a just cause, 4 1, 0, 87| Can. 87 §1. A diocesan bishop, whenever he judges 5 1, 0, 88| is able to dispense from diocesan laws and, whenever he judges 6 1, 0, 98| unless in certain cases the diocesan bishop, for a just cause, 7 1, 0, 102| though not within a parish, diocesan.~ 8 1, 0, 107| pastor of one who has only a diocesan domicile or quasi-domicile 9 1, 0, 134| are understood in the law diocesan bishops and others who, 10 1, 0, 134| attributed by name to the diocesan bishop are understood to 11 1, 0, 134| understood to belong only to a diocesan bishop and to the others 12 1, 0, 157| otherwise, it is for the diocesan bishop to provide for ecclesiastical 13 2, 1, 233| priests, particularly pastors. Diocesan bishops, who most especially 14 2, 1, 233| priests, and especially diocesan bishops, are to have concern 15 2, 1, 234| humanities and science. Where the diocesan bishop judges it expedient, 16 2, 1, 235| if in the judgment of the diocesan bishop circumstances demand 17 2, 1, 235| least four years.~§2. The diocesan bishop is to entrust those 18 2, 1, 236| special house unless the diocesan bishop has established otherwise 19 2, 1, 241| Can. 241 §1. A diocesan bishop is to admit to a 20 2, 1, 242| 2. All seminaries, both diocesan and interdiocesan, are to 21 2, 1, 243| own rule, approved by the diocesan bishop, or, if it is an 22 2, 1, 245| fraternal union with the diocesan presbyterium whose partners 23 2, 1, 257| are in grave need.~§2. The diocesan bishop is to take care that 24 2, 1, 259| Can. 259 §1. The diocesan bishop or, for an interdiocesan 25 2, 1, 259| of the seminary.~§2. The diocesan bishop or, for an interdiocesan 26 2, 1, 263| Can. 263 The diocesan bishop or, for an interdiocesan 27 2, 1, 267| he must obtain from the diocesan bishop a letter of excardination 28 2, 1, 267| of incardination from the diocesan bishop of the particular 29 2, 1, 268| known in writing both to the diocesan bishop of the host church 30 2, 1, 268| host church and to his own diocesan bishop and neither of them 31 2, 1, 269| Can. 269 A diocesan bishop is not to allow the 32 2, 1, 269| declared in writing to the same diocesan bishop that he wishes to 33 2, 1, 271| own particular church, a diocesan bishop is not to deny permission 34 2, 1, 271| written agreement with the diocesan bishop of the place they 35 2, 1, 271| place they request.~§2. A diocesan bishop can grant permission 36 2, 1, 271| 3. For a just cause the diocesan bishop can recall a cleric 37 2, 1, 271| equity are observed; the diocesan bishop of the other particular 38 2, 1, 272| Can. 272 A diocesan administrator cannot grant 39 2, 1, 277| among the faithful.~§3. The diocesan bishop is competent to establish 40 2, 1, 297| previous consent of the diocesan bishop.~ ~ 41 2, 1, 305| vigilance of the Holy See; diocesan associations and other associations 42 2, 1, 312| the whole nation;~3/ the diocesan bishop in his own territory, 43 2, 1, 312| own territory, but not a diocesan administrator, for diocesan 44 2, 1, 312| diocesan administrator, for diocesan associations, except, however, 45 2, 1, 312| Written consent of the diocesan bishop is required for the 46 2, 1, 312| the consent given by a diocesan bishop for the erection 47 2, 1, 320| associations it has erected. A diocesan bishop can suppress associations 48 2, 1, 320| with the consent of the diocesan bishop.~§3. The competent 49 2, 2, 356| the curia and who are not diocesan bishops are obliged to reside 50 2, 2, 356| care of some diocese as the diocesan bishop are to go to Rome 51 2, 2, 370| proper pastor just like a diocesan bishop.~ 52 2, 2, 376| is entrusted are called diocesan; others are called titular.~ 53 2, 2, 377| established otherwise, whenever a diocesan or coadjutor bishop must 54 2, 2, 377| been legitimately made, a diocesan bishop who judges that an 55 2, 2 | Art. 2.~DIOCESAN BISHOPS~ 56 2, 2, 381| Can. 381 §1. A diocesan bishop in the diocese entrusted 57 2, 2, 381| are equivalent in law to a diocesan bishop unless it is otherwise 58 2, 2, 382| promoted to the office of diocesan bishop must take canonical 59 2, 2, 383| function of a pastor, a diocesan bishop is to show himself 60 2, 2, 384| With special solicitude, a diocesan bishop is to attend to presbyters 61 2, 2, 385| 385 As much as possible, a diocesan bishop is to foster vocations 62 2, 2, 386| Can. 386 §1. A diocesan bishop, frequently preaching 63 2, 2, 387| Can. 387 Since the diocesan bishop is mindful of his 64 2, 2, 388| Can. 388 §1. After the diocesan bishop has taken possession 65 2, 2, 390| Can. 390 A diocesan bishop can perform pontifical 66 2, 2, 391| Can. 391 §1. It is for the diocesan bishop to govern the particular 67 2, 2, 393| Can. 393 The diocesan bishop represents his diocese 68 2, 2, 395| Can. 395 §1. Even if a diocesan bishop has a coadjutor or 69 2, 2, 399| 399 §1. Every Five years a diocesan bishop is bound to make 70 2, 2, 400| to the Supreme Pontiff, a diocesan bishop is to go to Rome 71 2, 2, 401| Can. 401 §1. A diocesan bishop who has completed 72 2, 2, 401| the circumstances.~§2. A diocesan bishop who has become less 73 2, 2, 403| appointed at the request of the diocesan bishop. An auxiliary bishop 74 2, 2, 403| faculties can be given to a diocesan bishop.~§3. If it appears 75 2, 2, 404| letter of appointment to the diocesan bishop and college of consultors 76 2, 2, 404| letter of appointment to the diocesan bishop in the presence of 77 2, 2, 404| records the event.~§3. If the diocesan bishop is completely impeded, 78 2, 2, 405| can. 403, §2 assist the diocesan bishop in the entire governance 79 2, 2, 406| Can. 406 §1. The diocesan bishop is to appoint a coadjutor 80 2, 2, 406| vicar general. Moreover, the diocesan bishop is to entrust to 81 2, 2, 406| to the provision of §1, a diocesan bishop is to appoint his 82 2, 2, 407| diocese as much as possible, a diocesan bishop, a coadjutor, and 83 2, 2, 407| a pastoral character, a diocesan bishop is to wish to consult 84 2, 2, 407| in the solicitude of the diocesan bishop, they are to exercise 85 2, 2, 408| other functions to which the diocesan bishop is bound whenever 86 2, 2, 408| bishop is bound whenever the diocesan bishop requires it.~§2. 87 2, 2, 408| bishop requires it.~§2. A diocesan bishop is not to entrust 88 2, 2, 409| designated to the function of diocesan administrator, he is to 89 2, 2, 409| under the authority of the diocesan administrator who presides 90 2, 2, 410| Can. 410 Like the diocesan bishop, a coadjutor bishop 91 2, 2, 412| exile, or incapacity a diocesan bishop is clearly prevented 92 2, 2, 413| established in the list which the diocesan bishop is to draw up as 93 2, 2, 414| care of the diocese which a diocesan administrator has by law.~ 94 2, 2, 415| ecclesiastical penalty prevents a diocesan bishop from exercising his 95 2, 2, 416| vacant upon the death of a diocesan bishop, resignation accepted 96 2, 2, 417| notice of the death of the diocesan bishop. Likewise, everything 97 2, 2, 417| Likewise, everything that a diocesan bishop, a vicar general, 98 2, 2, 418| obtains the power of a diocesan administrator and is bound 99 2, 2, 419| until the designation of a diocesan administrator, the governance 100 2, 2, 419| competent to designate a diocesan administrator.~ 101 2, 2, 421| consultors must elect a diocesan administrator, namely the 102 2, 2, 421| of can. 502, §3.~§2. If a diocesan administrator has not been 103 2, 2, 422| possible. The one elected as diocesan administrator is to do the 104 2, 2, 423| Can. 423 §1. One diocesan administrator is to be designated; 105 2, 2, 423| election is invalid.~§2. A diocesan administrator is not to 106 2, 2, 424| Can. 424 A diocesan administrator is to be elected 107 2, 2, 425| validly to the function of diocesan administrator.~§2. A priest 108 2, 2, 425| prudence is to be elected as diocesan administrator.~§3. If the 109 2, 2, 426| before the designation of a diocesan administrator possesses 110 2, 2, 427| Can. 427 §1. A diocesan administrator is bound by 111 2, 2, 427| possesses the power of a diocesan bishop, excluding those 112 2, 2, 427| has accepted election, the diocesan administrator obtains power 113 2, 2, 428| destroying any documents of the diocesan curia or from changing anything 114 2, 2, 429| Can. 429 A diocesan administrator is obliged 115 2, 2, 430| 430 §1. The function of a diocesan administrator ceases when 116 2, 2, 430| diocese.~§2. The removal of a diocesan administrator is reserved 117 2, 2, 430| not need acceptance.~If a diocesan administrator has been removed, 118 2, 2, 430| resigns, or dies, another diocesan administrator is to be elected 119 2, 2, 431| suitably the relations of the diocesan bishops among themselves, 120 2, 2, 436| neglected it;~3/ to designate a diocesan administrator according 121 2, 2, 436| he is first to inform the diocesan bishop if the church is 122 2, 2, 437| outside it, even if the diocesan bishop gives his assent.~§ 123 2, 2, 440| judgment of the majority of the diocesan bishops of the province, 124 2, 2, 441| to select from among the diocesan bishops a president of the 125 2, 2, 443| deliberative vote in them:~1/ diocesan bishops;~2/ coadjutor and 126 2, 2, 448| Apostolic See, having heard the diocesan bishops concerned, the circumstances 127 2, 2, 450| belong by the law itself all diocesan bishops in the territory, 128 2, 2, 454| 454 §1. By the law itself, diocesan bishops, those who are equivalent 129 2, 2, 455| the competence of each diocesan bishop remains intact, nor 130 2, 2 | CHAPTER I.~THE DIOCESAN SYNOD~ 131 2, 2, 460| Can. 460 A diocesan synod is a group of selected 132 2, 2, 460| offer assistance to the diocesan bishop for the good of the 133 2, 2, 460| for the good of the whole diocesan community according to the 134 2, 2, 461| Can. 461 §1. A diocesan synod is to be celebrated 135 2, 2, 461| it in the judgment of the diocesan bishop after he has heard 136 2, 2, 461| administrator, he can convoke one diocesan synod for all the dioceses 137 2, 2, 462| Can. 462 §1. The diocesan bishop alone convokes a 138 2, 2, 462| bishop alone convokes a diocesan synod, but not one who temporarily 139 2, 2, 462| offer a diocese.~§2. The diocesan bishop presides offer a 140 2, 2, 462| bishop presides offer a diocesan synod. He can, however, 141 2, 2, 463| following must be called to a diocesan synod as members of the 142 2, 2, 463| to be determined by the diocesan bishop or, where this council 143 2, 2, 463| manner determined by the diocesan bishop;~6/ the rector of 144 2, 2, 463| bishop;~6/ the rector of the diocesan major seminary;~7/ vicars 145 2, 2, 463| manner determined by the diocesan bishop.~§2. The diocesan 146 2, 2, 463| diocesan bishop.~§2. The diocesan bishop can also call others 147 2, 2, 463| can also call others to a diocesan synod as members of the 148 2, 2, 463| Christian faithful.~§3. If the diocesan bishop has judged it opportune, 149 2, 2, 463| invite as observers to the diocesan synod other ministers or 150 2, 2, 464| however, is to inform the diocesan bishop of this impediment.~ 151 2, 2, 466| The only legislator in a diocesan synod is the diocesan bishop; 152 2, 2, 466| a diocesan synod is the diocesan bishop; the other members 153 2, 2, 467| Can. 467 The diocesan bishop is to communicate 154 2, 2, 468| Can. 468 §1. The diocesan bishop is competent to suspend 155 2, 2, 468| to suspend or dissolve a diocesan synod according to his prudent 156 2, 2, 468| is vacant or impeded, a diocesan synod is interrupted by 157 2, 2, 468| itself until the succeeding diocesan bishop has decided that 158 2, 2 | CHAPTER II.~THE DIOCESAN CURIA~ 159 2, 2, 469| Can. 469 The diocesan curia consists of those 160 2, 2, 470| exercise offices in the diocesan curia pertains to the diocesan 161 2, 2, 470| diocesan curia pertains to the diocesan bishop.~ 162 2, 2, 473| Can. 473 §1. A diocesan bishop must take care that 163 2, 2, 473| to him.~§2. It is for the diocesan bishop himself to coordinate 164 2, 2, 475| 1. In each diocese the diocesan bishop must appoint a vicar 165 2, 2, 476| diocese requires it, the diocesan bishop can also appoint 166 2, 2, 477| Can. 477 §1. The diocesan bishop freely appoints a 167 2, 2, 477| legitimately impeded, a diocesan bishop can appoint another 168 2, 2, 479| diocese which belongs to the diocesan bishop by law, namely, the 169 2, 2, 479| personal qualifications of the diocesan bishop were chosen.~ 170 2, 2, 480| vicar must report to the diocesan bishop concerning the more 171 2, 2, 480| intention and mind of the diocesan bishop.~ 172 2, 2, 481| made known to them by the diocesan bishop, without prejudice 173 2, 2, 481| When the function of the diocesan bishop is suspended, the 174 2, 2, 485| removed from office by the diocesan bishop, but not by a diocesan 175 2, 2, 485| diocesan bishop, but not by a diocesan administrator except with 176 2, 2, 486| erected in a safe place a diocesan archive, or record storage 177 2, 2, 489| Can. 489 §1. In the diocesan curia there is also to be 178 2, 2, 490| of true necessity by the diocesan administrator himself.~§ 179 2, 2, 491| Can. 491 §1. A diocesan bishop is to take care that 180 2, 2, 491| church and the other in the diocesan archive.~§2. A diocesan 181 2, 2, 491| diocesan archive.~§2. A diocesan bishop is also to take care 182 2, 2, 491| norms established by the diocesan bishop are to be observed.~ ~ 183 2, 2, 492| established, offer which the diocesan bishop himself or his delegate 184 2, 2, 493| to the directions of the diocesan bishop, a budget of the 185 2, 2, 496| statutes approved by the diocesan bishop, attentive to the 186 2, 2, 497| entrusted to them;~3/ the diocesan bishop is freely entitled 187 2, 2, 500| Can. 500 §1. It is for the diocesan bishop to convoke the presbyteral 188 2, 2, 500| a consultative vote; the diocesan bishop is to hear it in 189 2, 2, 500| able to act without the diocesan bishop who alone has charge 190 2, 2, 501| or gravely abuses it, the diocesan bishop, after having consulted 191 2, 2, 502| nor more than twelve, the diocesan bishop freely appoints some 192 2, 2, 502| is established.~§2. The diocesan bishop presides offer the 193 2, 2, 503| functions which the law or the diocesan bishop entrusts to it.~ 194 2, 2, 505| act and approved by the diocesan bishop. These statutes are 195 2, 2, 505| the approval of the same diocesan bishop.~ 196 2, 2, 508| there is no chapter, the diocesan bishop is to appoint a priest 197 2, 2, 509| the chapter, it is for the diocesan bishop, but not a diocesan 198 2, 2, 509| diocesan bishop, but not a diocesan administrator, to confer 199 2, 2, 509| preside offer it.~§2. A diocesan bishop is to confer canonries 200 2, 2, 510| a chapter of canons; the diocesan bishop is to separate from 201 2, 2, 510| of law.~§3. It is for the diocesan bishop to establish definite 202 2, 2, 510| parochial functions. The diocesan bishop, who above all is 203 2, 2, 512| manner determined by the diocesan bishop.~§2. The Christian 204 2, 2, 514| vote. It belongs to the diocesan bishop alone to convoke 205 2, 2, 515| under the authority of the diocesan bishop.~§2. It is only for 206 2, 2, 515| 2. It is only for the diocesan bishop to erect, suppress, 207 2, 2, 516| parishes or quasi-parishes, the diocesan bishop is to provide for 208 2, 2, 517| of a lack of priests, the diocesan bishop has decided that 209 2, 2, 519| under the authority of the diocesan bishop in whose ministry 210 2, 2, 520| competent superior, however, a diocesan bishop, but not a diocesan 211 2, 2, 520| diocesan bishop, but not a diocesan administrator, can entrust 212 2, 2, 520| written agreement between the diocesan bishop and the competent 213 2, 2, 521| means determined by the diocesan bishop, even by means of 214 2, 2, 522| indefinite period of time. The diocesan bishop can appoint him only 215 2, 2, 523| of pastor belongs to the diocesan bishop, and indeed by free 216 2, 2, 524| Can. 524 A diocesan bishop is to entrust a vacant 217 2, 2, 525| impeded, it belongs to the diocesan administrator or another 218 2, 2, 528| under the authority of the diocesan bishop, the pastor must 219 2, 2, 531| the donor is certain. The diocesan bishop, after having heard 220 2, 2, 533| ordinary.~§3. It is for the diocesan bishop to establish norms 221 2, 2, 535| conference of bishops or the diocesan bishop. The pastor is to 222 2, 2, 535| are to be inspected by the diocesan bishop or his delegate at 223 2, 2, 536| Can. 536 §1. If the diocesan bishop judges it opportune 224 2, 2, 536| norms established by the diocesan bishop.~ 225 2, 2, 537| by norms issued by the diocesan bishop and in which the 226 2, 2, 538| transfer carried out by the diocesan bishop according to the 227 2, 2, 538| resignation from office to the diocesan bishop who is to decide 228 2, 2, 538| conference of bishops, the diocesan bishop must provide suitable 229 2, 2, 539| or some other cause, the diocesan bishop is to designate as 230 2, 2, 540| rights as a pastor unless the diocesan bishop establishes otherwise.~§ 231 2, 2, 544| become vacant. It is for the diocesan bishop, however, to appoint 232 2, 2, 547| Can. 547 The diocesan bishop freely appoints a 233 2, 2, 548| canons of this chapter, diocesan statutes, and the letter 234 2, 2, 548| statutes, and the letter of the diocesan bishop, are more specifically 235 2, 2, 548| Unless the letter of the diocesan bishop expressly provides 236 2, 2, 549| Can. 549 Unless the diocesan bishop has provided otherwise 237 2, 2, 552| Can. 552 The diocesan bishop or diocesan administrator 238 2, 2, 552| 552 The diocesan bishop or diocesan administrator can remove 239 2, 2, 553| establishes otherwise, the diocesan bishop appoints the vicar 240 2, 2, 554| particular law.~§3. The diocesan bishop can freely remove 241 2, 2, 555| determination made by the diocesan bishop.~ 242 2, 2, 557| Can. 557 §1. The diocesan bishop freely appoints the 243 2, 2, 557| that case, it is for the diocesan bishop to confirm or install 244 2, 2, 557| of pontifical right, the diocesan bishop is competent to install 245 2, 2, 557| seminary or college unless the diocesan bishop has determined otherwise.~ 246 2, 3, 579| Can. 579 Diocesan bishops, each in his own 247 2, 3, 589| decree. It is said to be of diocesan right, however, if it has 248 2, 3, 589| it has been erected by a diocesan bishop but has not obtained 249 2, 3, 594| can. 586, an institute of diocesan right remains under the 250 2, 3, 594| the special care of the diocesan bishop.~ 251 2, 3, 595| has consulted the other diocesan bishops, however, if the 252 2, 3, 595| several dioceses.~§2. A diocesan bishop can grant dispensations 253 2, 3, 603| professes in the hands of the diocesan bishop the three evangelical 254 2, 3, 604| consecrated to God by the diocesan bishop according to the 255 2, 3, 605| only to the Apostolic See. Diocesan bishops, however, are to 256 2, 3, 609| previous written consent of the diocesan bishop.~§2. In addition, 257 2, 3, 611| 611 The consent of the diocesan bishop to erect a religious 258 2, 3, 612| established, the consent of the diocesan bishop is required, but 259 2, 3, 615| special vigilance of the diocesan bishop according to the 260 2, 3, 616| constitutions, after the diocesan bishop has been consulted. 261 2, 3, 625| moderator of an institute of diocesan right.~§3. Other superiors 262 2, 3, 628| the right and duty of a diocesan bishop to visit even with 263 2, 3, 628| houses of an institute of diocesan right located in his own 264 2, 3, 637| of a religious house of diocesan right.~ 265 2, 3, 638| 615 and for institutes of diocesan right, it is also necessary 266 2, 3, 667| 4. For a just cause, a diocesan bishop has the faculty of 267 2, 3, 678| apostolate of religious, diocesan bishops and religious superiors 268 2, 3, 679| grave cause demands it, a diocesan bishop can prohibit a member 269 2, 3, 680| under the direction of the diocesan bishop of all the works 270 2, 3, 681| Can. 681 §1. Works which a diocesan bishop entrusts to religious 271 2, 3, 681| 2. In these cases, the diocesan bishop and the competent 272 2, 3, 682| upon some religious, the diocesan bishop appoints the religious, 273 2, 3, 683| the case of necessity, the diocesan bishop, either personally 274 2, 3, 686| the Holy See, or to the diocesan bishop if it concerns institutes 275 2, 3, 686| it concerns institutes of diocesan right.~§2. It is only for 276 2, 3, 686| pontifical right, or by a diocesan bishop on a member of an 277 2, 3, 686| member of an institute of diocesan right, for grave causes, 278 2, 3, 688| right. In institutes of diocesan right and in the monasteries 279 2, 3, 691| Apostolic See. In institutes of diocesan right, however, the bishop 280 2, 3, 699| 615, it belongs to the diocesan bishop, to whom the superior 281 2, 3, 700| concerns an institute of diocesan right, confirmation belongs 282 2, 3, 706| goods which accrue to him; a diocesan bishop and the others mentioned 283 2, 3, 715| diocese are subject to the diocesan bishop, without prejudice 284 2, 3, 727| may also seek it from the diocesan bishop, as it is defined 285 2, 3, 733| previous written consent of the diocesan bishop, who must also be 286 2, 3, 738| are also subject to the diocesan bishop in those matters 287 3, 0, 770| to the prescripts of the diocesan bishop, pastors are to arrange 288 3, 0, 772| the norms issued by the diocesan bishop.~§2. In giving a 289 3, 0, 775| Apostolic See, it is for the diocesan bishop to issue norms for 290 3, 0, 777| norms established by the diocesan bishop, a pastor is to take 291 3, 0, 790| Can. 790 §1. It is for the diocesan bishop in the territories 292 3, 0, 790| prescripts issued by the diocesan bishop mentioned in §1, 293 3, 0, 801| with the consent of the diocesan bishop.~ 294 3, 0, 802| available, it is for the diocesan bishop to take care that 295 3, 0, 802| Where it is expedient, the diocesan bishop is to make provision 296 3, 0, 804| field of action and for the diocesan bishop to regulate and watch 297 3, 0, 806| Can. 806 §1. The diocesan bishop has the right to 298 3, 0, 810| conferences of bishops and diocesan bishops concerned have the 299 3, 0, 813| Can. 813 The diocesan bishop is to have earnest 300 3, 0, 819| Church itself requires it, diocesan bishops or the competent 301 3, 0, 821| conference of bishops and the diocesan bishop are to make provision 302 3, 0, 830| prudence to be available to diocesan curias or can also establish 303 3, 0, 833| synod of bishops, and a diocesan synod; the president, however, 304 3, 0, 833| who are equivalent to a diocesan bishop;~4/ in the presence 305 3, 0, 833| college of consultors, the diocesan administrator;~5/ in the 306 3, 0, 833| in the presence of the diocesan bishop or his delegate, 307 4, 0, 838| to the norm of law, the diocesan bishop.~§2. It is for the 308 4, 0, 838| competence, it pertains to the diocesan bishop in the Church entrusted 309 4, 1, 844| in the judgment of the diocesan bishop or conference of 310 4, 1, 844| mentioned in §§2, 3, and 4, the diocesan bishop or conference of 311 4, 1, 860| in hospitals unless the diocesan bishop has established otherwise.~ 312 4, 1, 863| is to be deferred to the diocesan bishop so that he himself 313 4, 1, 874| year of age, unless the diocesan bishop has established another 314 4, 1, 883| are equivalent in law to a diocesan bishop;~2/ as regards the 315 4, 1, 883| office or mandate of the diocesan bishop baptizes one who 316 4, 1, 884| Can. 884 §1. The diocesan bishop is to administer 317 4, 1, 885| Can. 885 §1. The diocesan bishop is ob-liged to take 318 4, 1, 886| presumed permission of the diocesan bishop unless it concerns 319 4, 1, 895| confirmation register of the diocesan curia or, where the conference 320 4, 1, 895| conference of bishops or the diocesan bishop has prescribed it, 321 4, 1, 935| and the prescripts of the diocesan bishop are observed.~ 322 4, 1, 943| ordinary; the prescripts of the diocesan bishop are to be observed.~ 323 4, 1, 944| done in the judgment of the diocesan bishop, a procession through 324 4, 1, 944| Christ.~§2. It is for the diocesan bishop to establish regulations 325 4, 1, 961| pilgrimage.~§2. It belongs to the diocesan bishop to judge whether 326 4, 1, 967| licitly everywhere unless the diocesan bishop has denied it in 327 4, 1, 999| 1/ those equivalent to a diocesan bishop by law;~2/ any presbyter 328 4, 1, 1002| to the prescripts of the diocesan bishop.~ 329 4, 1, 1017| without the permission of the diocesan bishop.~ 330 4, 1, 1018| college of consultors, a diocesan administrator; with the 331 4, 1, 1018| apostolic pro-prefect.~§2. A diocesan administrator, apostolic 332 4, 1, 1018| admission to orders by the diocesan bishop, the apostolic vicar, 333 4, 1, 1028| Can. 1028 The diocesan bishop or the competent 334 4, 1, 1038| evaluated in the judgment of the diocesan bishop or competent major 335 4, 1, 1051| investigation properly, the diocesan bishop or major superior 336 4, 1, 1112| priests and deacons, the diocesan bishop can delegate lay 337 4, 1, 1121| conference of bishops or the diocesan bishop.~§2. Whenever a marriage 338 4, 1, 1165| radical sanation.~§2. The diocesan bishop can grant a radical 339 4, 2, 1178| Can. 1178 The funeral of a diocesan bishop is to be celebrated 340 4, 3, 1206| any place belongs to the diocesan bishop and to those equivalent 341 4, 3, 1207| however, is reserved to the diocesan bishop. Either of them, 342 4, 3, 1208| which is to be kept in the diocesan curia and another in the 343 4, 3, 1215| express written consent of the diocesan bishop.~§2. The diocesan 344 4, 3, 1215| diocesan bishop.~§2. The diocesan bishop is not to give consent 345 4, 3, 1215| institutes have received from the diocesan bishop consent to establish 346 4, 3, 1222| possibility of repairing it, the diocesan bishop can relegate it to 347 4, 3, 1222| for divine worship, the diocesan bishop, after having heard 348 4, 3, 1232| approve the statutes of a diocesan shrine; the conference of 349 4, 3, 1242| Roman Pontiff, cardinals, or diocesan bishops, including retired 350 4, 3, 1244| prescript of can. 1246, §2.~§2. Diocesan bishops can decree special 351 4, 3, 1245| prejudice to the right of diocesan bishops mentioned in can. 352 4, 3, 1245| to the prescripts of the diocesan bishop, a pastor can grant 353 4, 3, 1248| to the prescripts of the diocesan bishop or that they devote 354 5, 0, 1260| benefit of the Church.~§2. The diocesan bishop is bound to admonish 355 5, 0, 1262| Can. 1263 After the diocesan bishop has heard the finance 356 5, 0, 1265| for specific parochial, diocesan, national, or universal 357 5, 0, 1265| diligently sent afterwards to the diocesan curia.~ 358 5, 0, 1273| through a federation of diocesan institutes, through a cooperative 359 5, 0, 1276| Can. 1277 The diocesan bishop must hear the finance 360 5, 0, 1277| can. 494, §§3 and 4, the diocesan bishop can entrust to the 361 5, 0, 1280| this regard, however, the diocesan bishop is competent to determine 362 5, 0, 1286| power of governance of the diocesan bishop are bound by their 363 5, 0, 1291| they are not subject to the diocesan bishop; otherwise, the competent 364 5, 0, 1291| competent authority is the diocesan bishop with the consent 365 5, 0, 1291| and those concerned. The diocesan bishop himself also needs 366 5, 0, 1302| juridic person subject to a diocesan bishop, they must be remanded 367 5, 0, 1307| or in any other way, the diocesan bishop has the power, because 368 5, 0, 1307| be made to do so.~§4. The diocesan bishop also has the power 369 6, 1, 1315| 1316 Insofar as possible, diocesan bishops are to take care 370 7, 1, 1418| of first instance is the diocesan bishop, who can exercise 371 7, 1, 1419| Can. 1420 §1. Each diocesan bishop is bound to appoint 372 7, 1, 1419| cannot be removed by the diocesan administrator; when the 373 7, 1, 1420| the bishop is to appoint diocesan judges, who are to be clerics.~§ 374 7, 1, 1422| the Apostolic See, several diocesan bishops can agree to establish 375 7, 1, 1422| dioceses in place of the diocesan tribunals mentioned in cann. 376 7, 1, 1422| has all the powers which a diocesan bishop has over his own 377 7, 1, 1426| same clerical institute of diocesan right or of the same lay 378 7, 1, 1426| non-religious juridic person, the diocesan tribunal judges in first 379 7, 1, 1430| contentious cases, it is for the diocesan bishop to judge whether 380 7, 1, 1439| has all the powers which a diocesan bishop has over his own 381 7, 1, 1469| outside that territory; the diocesan bishop, however, is to be 382 7, 1, 1469| with the permission of the diocesan bishop of the place where 383 7, 1, 1479| heard, if possible, the diocesan bishop of the person to 384 7, 1, 1483| be a Catholic unless the diocesan bishop permits otherwise, 385 7, 3, 1692| places, a decree of the diocesan bishop or a judicial sentence 386 7, 3, 1699| seeking a dispensation is the diocesan bishop of the domicile or 387 7, 3, 1699| moral order, however, the diocesan bishop is to consult the 388 7, 3, 1707| marriage until after the diocesan bishop has issued a declaration 389 7, 3, 1707| presumed death.~§2. The diocesan bishop is able to issue 390 7, 5, 1740| personal negligence, the diocesan bishop can remove him from


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