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1 Intr | extraordinary are to become ordinary with reservations to the 2 1, 0, 5| in the judgment of the ordinary, they cannot be removed 3 1, 0, 65| to petition from another ordinary a favor denied by one’s 4 1, 0, 65| favor denied by one’s own ordinary unless mention of the denial 5 1, 0, 65| been made, however, the ordinary is not to grant the favor 6 1, 0, 65| the denial from the prior ordinary.~§2. A favor denied by a 7 1, 0, 66| in the judgment of the ordinary, there is no doubt about 8 1, 0, 68| must be presented to the ordinary of the one who obtained 9 1, 0, 84| been warned in vain, an ordinary is to deprive the one who 10 1, 0, 84| Apostolic See, however, an ordinary is bound to notify the Apostolic 11 1, 0, 87| grave harm in delay, any ordinary is able to dispense from 12 1, 0, 88| Can. 88 A local ordinary is able to dispense from 13 1, 0, 107| acquires his or her pastor and ordinary.~§2. The proper pastor or 14 1, 0, 107| 2. The proper pastor or ordinary of a transient is the pastor 15 1, 0, 107| transient is the pastor or local ordinary where the transient is actually 16 1, 0, 131| Can. 131 §1. The ordinary power of governance is that 17 1, 0, 131| means of an office.~§2. The ordinary power of governance can 18 1, 0, 132| provides otherwise or the ordinary was chosen for personal 19 1, 0, 132| habitual faculty granted to an ordinary is not withdrawn when the 20 1, 0, 132| when the authority of the ordinary to whom it was granted expires, 21 1, 0, 132| faculty transfers to any ordinary who succeeds him in governance.~ 22 1, 0, 134| Pontiff, by the title of ordinary are understood in the law 23 1, 0, 134| those who possess general ordinary executive power in them, 24 1, 0, 134| right who at least possess ordinary executive power.~§2. By 25 1, 0, 134| 2. By the title of local ordinary are understood all those 26 1, 0, 137| Can. 137 §1. Ordinary executive power can be delegated 27 1, 0, 137| another authority who has ordinary power can be subdelegated 28 1, 0, 138| Can. 138 Ordinary executive power as well 29 1, 0, 139| executive power, whether ordinary or delegated, of another 30 1, 0, 143| Can. 143 §1. Ordinary power ceases by loss of 31 1, 0, 143| law provides otherwise, ordinary power is suspended if, legitimately, 32 1, 0, 155| completed according to the ordinary norm of law.~ 33 1, 0, 162| however, of the proper ordinary of the person appointed.~ 34 2, 1, 240| 240 §1. In addition to ordinary confessors, other confessors 35 2, 1, 258| determined by judgment of the ordinary, adapted to the age of the 36 2, 1, 273| Supreme Pontiff and their own ordinary.~ 37 2, 1, 274| faithfully a function which their ordinary has entrusted to them.~ 38 2, 1, 283| permission of their proper ordinary.~§2. They are entitled, 39 2, 1, 285| the permission of their ordinary, they are not to take on 40 2, 1, 285| consultation with their proper ordinary. They also are to refrain 41 2, 1, 289| the permission of their ordinary.~§2. Clerics are to use 42 2, 1, 289| favor unless their proper ordinary has decided otherwise in 43 2, 1, 295| presides offer it as the proper ordinary; he has the right to erect 44 2, 1, 305| the vigilance of the local ordinary.~ 45 2, 1, 311| the direction of the local ordinary, with associations which 46 2, 1, 324| confirmation of the local ordinary.~ 47 2, 1, 325| the authority of the local ordinary according to the norm of 48 2, 2, 331| immediate, and universal ordinary power in the Church, which 49 2, 2, 333| also obtains the primacy of ordinary power offer all particular 50 2, 2, 333| and protects the proper, ordinary, and immediate power which 51 2, 2, 345| such a session is either ordinary or extraordinary. It can 52 2, 2, 346| bishops assembled in an ordinary general session consists 53 2, 2, 353| Consistories are either ordinary or extraordinary.~§2. For 54 2, 2, 353| extraordinary.~§2. For an ordinary consistory, all the cardinals, 55 2, 2, 353| called together.~§4. Only the ordinary consistory in which some 56 2, 2, 366| governance of the local ordinary unless it is a question 57 2, 2, 381| entrusted to him has all ordinary, proper, and immediate power 58 2, 2, 383| to make sufficient use of ordinary pastoral care because of 59 2, 2, 390| presumed, consent of the local ordinary.~ 60 2, 2, 397| diocese, are subject to ordinary episcopal visitation.~§2. 61 2, 2, 474| effect must be signed by the ordinary from whom they emanate; 62 2, 2, 475| general who is provided with ordinary power according to the norm 63 2, 2, 476| persons possess the same ordinary power which a vicar general 64 2, 2, 508| collegial church has the ordinary faculty, which he cannot 65 2, 2, 527| possession.~§2. The local ordinary or a priest delegated by 66 2, 2, 527| legitimate custom. The same ordinary, however, can dispense from 67 2, 2, 527| possession.~§3. The local ordinary is to prescribe the time 68 2, 2, 533| a just cause, the local ordinary can permit him to reside 69 2, 2, 533| bound to inform the local ordinary.~§3. It is for the diocesan 70 2, 2, 541| immediately to inform the local ordinary about the vacancy of the 71 2, 2, 550| for a just cause the local ordinary can allow him to reside 72 2, 2, 550| functions.~§2. The local ordinary is to take care that some 73 2, 2, 559| the judgment of the local ordinary, they do not harm parochial 74 2, 2, 560| Can. 560 When the local ordinary considers it opportune, 75 2, 2, 562| the authority of the local ordinary and observing the legitimate 76 2, 2, 563| can. 682, §2, the local ordinary, for a just cause and according 77 2, 2, 565| is appointed by the local ordinary to whom it also belongs 78 2, 2, 567| Can. 567 §1. The local ordinary is not to proceed to the 79 2, 2, 568| avail themselves of the ordinary care of pastors because 80 2, 3, 630| communities, there are to be ordinary confessors approved by the 81 2, 3, 630| confessors approved by the local ordinary after consultation with 82 2, 3, 637| administration to the local ordinary once a year. Moreover, the 83 2, 3, 637| year. Moreover, the local ordinary has the right to be informed 84 2, 3, 638| the limit and manner of ordinary administration and to establish 85 2, 3, 638| perform juridic acts of ordinary administration within the 86 2, 3, 638| written consent of the local ordinary.~ 87 2, 3, 639| debt can be paid off from ordinary income and that the capital 88 2, 3, 644| consulting their proper ordinary nor those who, burdened 89 2, 3, 645| respectively, the local ordinary, the major superior of the 90 2, 3, 686| the prior consent of the ordinary of the place in which he 91 2, 3, 687| superiors and also of the local ordinary, especially if the member 92 2, 3, 714| lead their lives in the ordinary conditions of the world 93 2, 3, 745| moreover, the consent of the ordinary of the place in which he 94 3, 0, 750| of the Church or by its ordinary and universal magisterium 95 3, 0, 764| church, unless the competent ordinary has restricted or taken 96 3, 0, 771| have suYcient common and ordinary pastoral care or lack it 97 3, 0, 804| watch over it.~§2. The local ordinary is to be concerned that 98 3, 0, 805| his own diocese, the local ordinary has the right to appoint 99 3, 0, 806| watchfulness of the local ordinary that the instruction which 100 3, 0, 824| established otherwise, the local ordinary whose permission or approval 101 3, 0, 824| title is the proper local ordinary of the author or the ordinary 102 3, 0, 824| ordinary of the author or the ordinary of the place where the books 103 3, 0, 826| parts, an attestation of the ordinary of the place where they 104 3, 0, 826| permission of the local ordinary.~ 105 3, 0, 827| the approval of the local ordinary, without prejudice to the 106 3, 0, 827| the judgment of the local ordinary.~§4. Books or other writings 107 3, 0, 830| the right of each local ordinary to entrust judgment regarding 108 3, 0, 830| if it is favorable, the ordinary, according to his own prudent 109 3, 0, 830| not grant permission, the ordinary is to communicate the reasons 110 3, 0, 831| permission of the local ordinary.~§2. It is for the conference 111 3, 0, 833| the presence of the local ordinary or his delegate and at the 112 3, 0, 833| the presence of the local ordinary or their delegates, the 113 3, 0, 833| the presence of the local ordinary or their delegates, teachers 114 4, 1, 858| local pastor, the local ordinary can permit or order for 115 4, 1, 860| houses, unless the local ordinary has permitted it for a grave 116 4, 1, 861| Can. 861 §1. The ordinary minister of baptism is a 117 4, 1, 861| 530, n. 1.~§2. When an ordinary minister is absent or impeded, 118 4, 1, 861| this function by the local ordinary, or in a case of necessity 119 4, 1, 882| Can. 882 The ordinary minister of confir-mation 120 4, 1, 886| subjects, unless their own ordinary expressly prohibits it.~§ 121 4, 1, 887| him unless their proper ordinary prohibits it; he cannot 122 4, 1, 903| of introduction from his ordinary or superior, issued at least 123 4, 1, 905| shortage of priests, the local ordinary can allow priests to celebrate 124 4, 1, 910| Can. 910 §1. The ordinary minister of holy communion 125 4, 1, 913| the body of Christ from ordinary food and receive communion 126 4, 1, 930| permission of the local ordinary; the liturgical laws are 127 4, 1, 933| permission of the local ordinary, a priest is permitted to 128 4, 1, 934| permission of the local ordinary, in other churches, oratories, 129 4, 1, 936| just cause, however, the ordinary can also permit it to be 130 4, 1, 943| designated by the local ordinary; the prescripts of the diocesan 131 4, 1, 951| purposes prescribed by the ordinary, while allowing for some 132 4, 1, 957| fulfilled belong to the local ordinary in churches of secular clergy 133 4, 1, 958| their celebration.~§2. The ordinary is obliged to examine these 134 4, 1, 960| absolution constitute the only ordinary means by which a member 135 4, 1, 967| virtue of the grant of an ordinary of the place of incardination 136 4, 1, 967| everywhere unless the local ordinary has denied it in a particular 137 4, 1, 968| virtue of office, a local ordinary, canon penitentiary, a pastor, 138 4, 1, 969| Can. 969 §1. The local ordinary alone is competent to confer 139 4, 1, 971| Can. 971 The local ordinary is not to grant the faculty 140 4, 1, 971| unless he has first heard the ordinary of the same presbyter insofar 141 4, 1, 974| Can. 974 §1. The local ordinary and the competent superior 142 4, 1, 974| been revoked by the local ordinary who granted it as mentioned 143 4, 1, 974| everywhere. If some other local ordinary has revoked the faculty, 144 4, 1, 974| revokes it.~§3. Any local ordinary who has revoked the faculty 145 4, 1, 974| is to inform the proper ordinary of incardination of the 146 4, 1, 1039| manner determined by the ordinary. Before the bishop proceeds 147 4, 1, 1042| sufficiently in the judgment of the ordinary.~ 148 4, 1, 1043| obliged to reveal them to the ordinary or pastor before the ordination.~ 149 4, 1, 1044| can. 1041, n. 1 until the ordinary, after consulting an expert, 150 4, 1, 1047| the Apostolic See.~§4. An ordinary is able to dispense from 151 4, 1, 1048| urgent occult cases, if the ordinary or, when it concerns the 152 4, 1, 1048| soon as possible to the ordinary or the Penitentiary, omitting 153 4, 1, 1053| testimonial to their own ordinary for notation of the ordination 154 4, 1, 1054| Can. 1054 The local ordinary if it concerns seculars, 155 4, 1, 1064| 1064 It is for the local ordinary to take care that such assistance 156 4, 1, 1069| about to the pastor or local ordinary before the celebration of 157 4, 1, 1071| permission of the local ordinary at:~1/ a marriage of transients;~ 158 4, 1, 1071| can. 1105.~§2. The local ordinary is not to grant permission 159 4, 1, 1077| special case, the local ordinary can prohibit marriage for 160 4, 1, 1078| Can. 1078 §1. The local ordinary can dispense his own subjects 161 4, 1, 1079| danger of death, the local ordinary can dispense his own subjects 162 4, 1, 1079| cases in which the local ordinary cannot be reached, the pastor, 163 4, 1, 1079| mentioned in §2, the local ordinary is not considered accessible 164 4, 1, 1080| competent authority, the local ordinary and, provided that the case 165 4, 1, 1080| Apostolic See or to the local ordinary concerning impediments from 166 4, 1, 1081| 2 is to notify the local ordinary immediately about a dispensation 167 4, 1, 1102| permission of the local ordinary.~ 168 4, 1, 1105| mandating and by the pastor or ordinary of the place where the mandate 169 4, 1, 1108| contracted before the local ordinary, pastor, or a priest or 170 4, 1, 1109| Can. 1109 Unless the local ordinary and pastor have been excommunicated, 171 4, 1, 1110| virtue of office, a personal ordinary and a personal pastor assist 172 4, 1, 1111| office validly, the local ordinary and the pastor can delegate 173 4, 1, 1115| permission of the proper ordinary or proper pastor, marriages 174 4, 1, 1118| permission of the local ordinary or pastor.~§2. The local 175 4, 1, 1118| or pastor.~§2. The local ordinary can permit a marriage to 176 4, 1, 1121| possible the pastor or local ordinary about the marriage entered 177 4, 1, 1121| canonical form, the local ordinary who granted the dispensation 178 4, 1, 1121| soon as possible the same ordinary and pastor about the marriage 179 4, 1, 1125| Can. 1125 The local ordinary can grant a permission of 180 4, 1, 1127| canonical form, the local ordinary of the Catholic party has 181 4, 1, 1127| after having consulted the ordinary of the place in which the 182 4, 1, 1130| urgent cause, the local ordinary can permit a marriage to 183 4, 1, 1131| done secretly;~2/ the local ordinary, the one assisting, the 184 4, 1, 1132| on the part of the local ordinary if grave scandal or grave 185 4, 1, 1144| cause, however, the local ordinary can permit the interrogation 186 4, 1, 1145| the authority of the local ordinary of the converted party.~ 187 4, 1, 1145| the converted party.~This ordinary must grant the other spouse 188 4, 1, 1147| cause, however, the local ordinary can allow a baptized party 189 4, 1, 1148| and of persons, the local ordinary is to take care that the 190 4, 1, 1153| either by decree of the local ordinary or even on his or her own 191 4, 2, 1168| the judgment of the local ordinary lay persons who possess 192 4, 2, 1172| permission from the local ordinary.~§2. The local ordinary 193 4, 2, 1172| ordinary.~§2. The local ordinary is to give this permission 194 4, 2, 1183| faithful.~§2. The local ordinary can permit children whom 195 4, 2, 1183| prudent judgment of the local ordinary, ecclesiastical funerals 196 4, 2, 1184| doubt occurs, the local ordinary is to be consulted, and 197 4, 2, 1189| written permission of the ordinary; he is to consult experts 198 4, 2, 1196| by others:~1/ the local ordinary and the pastor with regard 199 4, 2, 1196| Apostolic See or the local ordinary has delegated the power 200 4, 3, 1207| places are blessed by the ordinary; the blessing of churches, 201 4, 3, 1210| individual case, however, the ordinary can permit other uses which 202 4, 3, 1211| the judgment of the local ordinary, are so grave and contrary 203 4, 3, 1212| decree of the competent ordinary or in fact.~ 204 4, 3, 1220| the place is excluded.~§2. Ordinary care for preservation and 205 4, 3, 1223| designated by permission of the ordinary for the benefit of some 206 4, 3, 1224| Can. 1224 §1. The ordinary is not to grant the permission 207 4, 3, 1224| the authority of the same ordinary.~ 208 4, 3, 1225| a prescript of the local ordinary excludes or the liturgical 209 4, 3, 1226| permission of the local ordinary for the benefit of one or 210 4, 3, 1228| permission of the local ordinary is required for Mass or 211 4, 3, 1230| the approval of the local ordinary.~ 212 4, 3, 1232| Can. 1232 §1. The local ordinary is competent to approve 213 4, 3, 1241| the judgment of the local ordinary.~ 214 5, 0, 1264| permission of that person’s own ordinary and of the local ordinary.~§ 215 5, 0, 1264| ordinary and of the local ordinary.~§2. The conference of bishops 216 5, 0, 1265| religious institutes, the local ordinary can order the taking up 217 5, 0, 1266| with the permission of the ordinary; the permission of the same 218 5, 0, 1266| the permission of the same ordinary is required to accept offerings 219 5, 0, 1275| 1276 §1. It is for the ordinary to exercise careful vigilance 220 5, 0, 1278| prejudice to the right of the ordinary to intervene in case of 221 5, 0, 1278| or its own statutes, the ordinary to whom it is subject is 222 5, 0, 1278| can be reappointed by the ordinary.~ 223 5, 0, 1280| the limits and manner of ordinary administration unless they 224 5, 0, 1280| written faculty from the ordinary.~§2. The statutes are to 225 5, 0, 1280| the limit and manner of ordinary administration; if the statutes 226 5, 0, 1282| take an oath before the ordinary or his delegate that they 227 5, 0, 1283| with the consent of the ordinary, invest the money which 228 5, 0, 1284| 1285 Within the limits of ordinary administration only, administrators 229 5, 0, 1286| annual report to the local ordinary who is to present it for 230 5, 0, 1287| permission of their own ordinary.~ 231 5, 0, 1300| Can. 1301 §1. The ordinary is the executor of all pious 232 5, 0, 1300| 2. By this right, the ordinary can and must exercise vigilance, 233 5, 0, 1300| contrary to this right of an ordinary attached to last wills and 234 5, 0, 1301| testament must inform the ordinary of the trust and indicate 235 5, 0, 1301| accept the trust.~§2. The ordinary must demand that goods held 236 5, 0, 1301| inhabitants or pious causes, the ordinary mentioned in §§1 and 2 is 237 5, 0, 1301| in §§1 and 2 is the local ordinary; otherwise, it is the major 238 5, 0, 1301| pontifical right or the proper ordinary of the member in other religious 239 5, 0, 1303| written permission of the ordinary is required. He is not to 240 5, 0, 1304| safe place approved by the ordinary so that the money or value 241 5, 0, 1304| prudent judgment of the ordinary, after he has heard those 242 5, 0, 1307| of the foundations, the ordinary is able to reduce the Mass 243 5, 0, 1309| Can. 1310 §1. The ordinary, only for a just and necessary 244 5, 0, 1309| or some other cause, the ordinary can equitably lessen these 245 6, 1, 1319| Can. 1320 The local ordinary can coerce religious with 246 6, 1, 1336| requires the consent of the ordinary of that place unless it 247 6, 1, 1338| Can. 1339 §1. An ordinary, personally or through another, 248 6, 1, 1339| own prudent judgment, an ordinary can add penances to the 249 6, 1, 1340| Can. 1341 An ordinary is to take care to initiate 250 6, 1, 1347| penalty is imposed, the ordinary can provide for the welfare 251 6, 1, 1349| manner possible, however, the ordinary is to take care to provide 252 6, 1, 1354| established by law:~1/ the ordinary who initiated the trial 253 6, 1, 1354| declared it by decree;~2/ the ordinary of the place where the offender 254 6, 1, 1354| offender is present, after the ordinary mentioned under n. 1 has 255 6, 1, 1354| to the Apostolic See, an ordinary can remit a latae sententiae 256 6, 1, 1355| the Apostolic See:~1/ the ordinary of the place where the offender 257 6, 1, 1355| imposed or declared, the ordinary who initiated the trial 258 6, 2, 1370| the Apostolic See or an ordinary;~2/ a person who otherwise 259 6, 2, 1370| of the Apostolic See, an ordinary, or a superior and who persists 260 6, 2, 1372| the Apostolic See or an ordinary because of some act of power 261 7, 1, 1412| examined according to the ordinary norms of competence.~ 262 7, 1, 1419| vicar, or offcialis, with ordinary power to judge, distinct 263 7, 1, 1442| personally, through the ordinary tribunals of the Apostolic 264 7, 1, 1443| 1443 The Roman Rota is the ordinary tribunal established by 265 7, 1, 1444| been adjudicated by the ordinary tribunals of first instance 266 7, 1, 1480| representative, however, the ordinary himself can stand trial 267 7, 2 | SECTION I.~THE ORDINARY CONTENTIOUS TRIAL~ 268 7, 2, 1524| which exceed the limits of ordinary administration.~§3. To be 269 7, 2, 1656| unless a party requests the ordinary contentious process.~§2. 270 7, 2, 1670| prescripts of the canons for the ordinary contentious trial are to 271 7, 3, 1682| to admit the case to an ordinary examination in a new grade, 272 7, 3, 1684| established by the local ordinary has forbidden this.~§2. 273 7, 3, 1685| vicar must notify the local ordinary of the place in which the 274 7, 3, 1685| was celebrated. The local ordinary must take care that the 275 7, 3, 1686| the formalities of the ordinary process are omitted except 276 7, 3, 1688| proceed according to the ordinary method of law; in the latter 277 7, 3, 1691| trials in general and on the ordinary contentious trial must be 278 7, 3, 1693| of justice requests the ordinary contentious process, the 279 7, 3, 1693| is to be used.~§2. If the ordinary contentious process has 280 7, 3, 1702| collection of proofs in the ordinary contentious trial and in 281 7, 3, 1708| The cleric himself, the ordinary to whom the cleric is subject, 282 7, 3, 1708| cleric is subject, or the ordinary in whose diocese the cleric 283 7, 3, 1710| trials in general and on the ordinary contentious trial are to 284 7, 4, 1717| Can. 1717 §1. Whenever an ordinary has knowledge, which at 285 7, 4, 1718| has been collected, the ordinary is to decide:~1/ whether 286 7, 4, 1718| extrajudicial decree.~§2. The ordinary is to revoke or change the 287 7, 4, 1718| mentioned in §§1 and 2, the ordinary is to hear two judges or 288 7, 4, 1718| avoid useless trials, the ordinary is to examine carefully 289 7, 4, 1719| investigation, the decrees of the ordinary which initiated and concluded 290 7, 4, 1720| Can. 1720 If the ordinary thinks that the matter must 291 7, 4, 1721| Can. 1721 §1. If the ordinary has decreed that a judicial 292 7, 4, 1722| the course of justice, the ordinary, after having heard the 293 7, 4, 1724| with the consent of the ordinary whose deliberation initiated 294 7, 4, 1728| trials in general and on the ordinary contentious trial must be


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