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authority
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | expression of pontifical authority and therefore is invested 2 Intr | chapter 2) and hierarchical authority as service (cf. ibid., chapter 3 Intr | grace, sustained by the authority of the blessed apostles 4 Intr | spirit, and with the supreme authority with which I am vested, 5 Intr | centuries by the supreme authority of the Roman pontiffs with 6 Intr | about that the exercise of authority appears more clearly as 7 1, 0, 14| reserved dispensation, the authority to whom it is reserved usually 8 1, 0, 33| revocation made by competent authority as well as by cessation 9 1, 0, 33| however, cease when the authority of the one who established 10 1, 0, 34| revocation of the competent authority who issued them or of the 11 1, 0, 34| of the superior of that authority but also by the cessation 12 1, 0, 38| custom, unless the competent authority has expressly added a derogating 13 1, 0, 40| communicated to the executor by authority of the one who issued the 14 1, 0, 41| to inform immediately the authority who issued the act.~ 15 1, 0, 46| does not cease when the authority of the one who established 16 1, 0, 47| administrative act of a competent authority takes effect only from the 17 1, 0, 48| by a competent executive authority in which a decision is given 18 1, 0, 50| issuing a singular decree, an authority is to seek out the necessary 19 1, 0, 54| known to the person by the authority of the one who issued it.~§ 20 1, 0, 57| a decree, the competent authority is to provide for the matter 21 1, 0, 57| not exempt the competent authority from the obligation of issuing 22 1, 0, 58| revocation by competent authority as well as through cessation 23 1, 0, 58| document ceases when the authority of the one who issued it 24 1, 0, 59| writing by competent executive authority; of its very nature, a rescript 25 1, 0, 64| Without prejudice to the authority of the Penitentiary for 26 1, 0, 64| or by another competent authority below the Roman Pontiff 27 1, 0, 76| well as by an executive authority to whom the legislator has 28 1, 0, 79| revocation by the competent authority according to the norm of 29 1, 0, 80| renunciation unless the competent authority has accepted the renunciation.~§ 30 1, 0, 81| not extinguished when the authority of the one who granted it 31 1, 0, 83| judgment of the competent authority, circumstances are so changed 32 1, 0, 87| subjects by the supreme authority of the Church. He is not 33 1, 0, 87| Apostolic See or some other authority.~§2. If recourse to the 34 1, 0, 95| convened by ecclesiastical authority or freely convoked by the 35 1, 0, 98| remains subject to the authority of parents or guardians 36 1, 0, 98| are exempted from their authority by divine law or canon law. 37 1, 0, 98| appointment of guardians and their authority, the prescripts of civil 38 1, 0, 114| special grant of competent authority given through a decree. 39 1, 0, 114| temporal.~§3. The competent authority of the Church is not to 40 1, 0, 116| competent ecclesiastical authority so that, within the purposes 41 1, 0, 116| special decree of competent authority expressly granting it. Private 42 1, 0, 116| special decree of competent authority expressly granting it.~ 43 1, 0, 117| acquire it unless competent authority has approved its statutes.~ 44 1, 0, 120| suppressed by competent authority or has ceased to act for 45 1, 0, 120| the judgment of competent authority, the foundation has ceased 46 1, 0, 122| part, the ecclesiastical authority competent to make the division, 47 1, 0, 132| is not withdrawn when the authority of the ordinary to whom 48 1, 0, 135| legislator below the supreme authority possesses in the Church 49 1, 0, 137| power delegated by another authority who has ordinary power can 50 1, 0, 139| approaches some competent authority, even a higher one, does 51 1, 0, 139| delegated, of another competent authority.~§2. Nevertheless, a lower 52 1, 0, 139| 2. Nevertheless, a lower authority is not to become involved 53 1, 0, 139| cases submitted to a higher authority except for a grave and urgent 54 1, 0, 139| in this case, the lower authority is immediately to notify 55 1, 0, 142| cease, however, when the authority of the one delegating expires 56 1, 0, 145| decree of the competent authority by which the office is at 57 1, 0, 147| competent ecclesiastical authority; through installation by 58 1, 0, 147| installation by the same authority if presentation preceded 59 1, 0, 147| admission granted by the same authority if election or postulation 60 1, 0, 148| also the competence of the authority to whom it belongs to erect, 61 1, 0, 149| rescinded by decree of competent authority or by sentence of an administrative 62 1, 0, 158| presentation must be made to the authority to whom it belongs to install 63 1, 0, 162| presentation for that case. The authority to whom it belongs to install 64 1, 0, 163| Can. 163 The authority competent to install the 65 1, 0, 163| legitimately presented whom the authority has found suitable and who 66 1, 0, 163| been found suitable, the authority must install one of them.~ ~ 67 1, 0, 165| action, the ecclesiastical authority who has the right of confirming 68 1, 0, 166| rescinded by the competent authority even if it has been confirmed, 69 1, 0, 179| confirmation from the competent authority within eight useful days 70 1, 0, 179| impediment.~§2. The competent authority cannot deny confirmation 71 1, 0, 180| person from the competent authority unless the law provides 72 1, 0, 182| the one presiding to the authority competent to confirm the 73 1, 0, 182| the impediment, or, if the authority does not have this power, 74 1, 0, 182| dispensation from a higher authority. If confirmation is not 75 1, 0, 182| postulation must be sent to the authority competent to grant the dispensation.~§ 76 1, 0, 182| postulation; the competent authority is not obliged to admit 77 1, 0, 182| postulation made to a competent authority unless the authority consents.~ 78 1, 0, 182| competent authority unless the authority consents.~ 79 1, 0, 183| admitted by the competent authority, the right of electing reverts 80 1, 0, 184| expiration in any way of the authority of the one who conferred 81 1, 0, 186| moment when the competent authority communicates it in writing.~ ~ 82 1, 0, 189| not, must be made to the authority to whom it pertains to make 83 1, 0, 189| of two witnesses.~§2. The authority is not to accept a resignation 84 1, 0, 191| provides otherwise or competent authority has prescribed otherwise.~§ 85 1, 0, 192| legitimately by competent authority, without prejudice to rights 86 1, 0, 193| discretion of a competent authority according to the prescripts 87 1, 0, 193| the judgment of the same authority, be removed from that office 88 1, 0, 194| declaration of a competent authority.~ 89 1, 0, 195| by a decree of competent authority from an office which provides 90 1, 0, 195| person’s support, the same authority is to take care that the 91 1, 0, 199| visited by any ecclesiastical authority or are no longer subject 92 1, 0, 199| no longer subject to any authority.~ ~ 93 2, 1, 216| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 94 2, 1, 221| to a trial by a competent authority, the Christian faithful 95 2, 1, 223| common good, ecclesiastical authority can direct the exercise 96 2, 1, 229| legitimate ecclesiastical authority a mandate to teach the sacred 97 2, 1, 238| represents it unless competent authority has established otherwise 98 2, 1, 242| norms issued by the supreme authority of the Church, and which 99 2, 1, 253| proper methodology.~§3. The authority mentioned in §1 is to remove 100 2, 1, 261| seminary and, under his authority, the moderators and teachers 101 2, 1, 278| recognized by competent authority, foster their holiness in 102 2, 1, 278| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 103 2, 1, 286| legitimate ecclesiastical authority.~ 104 2, 1, 287| competent ecclesiastical authority, the protection of the rights 105 2, 1, 298| competent ecclesiastical authority has erected, praised, or 106 2, 1, 299| Even if ecclesiastical authority praises or commends them, 107 2, 1, 299| Church unless competent authority reviews its statutes.~ 108 2, 1, 300| competent ecclesiastical authority according to the norm of 109 2, 1, 301| competent ecclesiastical authority alone to erect associations 110 2, 1, 301| the same ecclesiastical authority.~§2. Competent ecclesiastical 111 2, 1, 301| Competent ecclesiastical authority, if it has judged it expedient, 112 2, 1, 301| competent ecclesiastical authority are called public associations.~ 113 2, 1, 302| recognized as such by competent authority.~ 114 2, 1, 305| competent ecclesiastical authority which is to take care that 115 2, 1, 305| ecclesiastical discipline. This authority therefore has the duty and 116 2, 1, 305| governance of this same authority according to the prescripts 117 2, 1, 312| Can. 312 §1. The authority competent to erect public 118 2, 1, 313| competent ecclesiastical authority according to the norm of 119 2, 1, 314| approval of the ecclesiastical authority competent to erect the association 120 2, 1, 315| direction of the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312, § 121 2, 1, 316| recourse to the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312, § 122 2, 1, 317| is for the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312, § 123 2, 1, 317| The same ecclesiastical authority also appoints the chaplain 124 2, 1, 318| require it, the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in Can. 312, § 125 2, 1, 319| direction of the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312, § 126 2, 1, 319| also render to the same authority a faithful account of the 127 2, 1, 320| bishop.~§3. The competent authority is not to suppress a public 128 2, 1, 320| public association unless the authority has heard its moderator 129 2, 1, 322| competent ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312.~§ 130 2, 1, 322| unless the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 312, § 131 2, 1, 323| vigilance of ecclesiastical authority according to the norm of 132 2, 1, 323| the governance of the same authority.~§2. It also pertains to 133 2, 1, 323| pertains to ecclesiastical authority, while respecting the autonomy 134 2, 1, 325| competent ecclesiastical authority to exercise vigilance so 135 2, 1, 325| association is subject to the authority of the local ordinary according 136 2, 1, 326| statutes. The competent authority can also suppress it if 137 2, 2 | SECTION I.~THE SUPREME AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH (Cann. 330 - 138 2, 2, 334| In his name and by his authority, all these persons and institutes 139 2, 2, 339| ecumenical council by the supreme authority of the Church, to whom it 140 2, 2, 344| directly subject to the authority of the Roman Pontiff who:~ 141 2, 2, 360| function in his name and by his authority for the good and service 142 2, 2 | PARTICULAR CHURCHES AND THE AUTHORITY ESTABLISHED IN THEM (Cann. 143 2, 2, 372| judgment of the supreme authority of the Church it seems advantageous 144 2, 2, 373| is only for the supreme authority to erect particular churches; 145 2, 2, 381| reserves to the supreme authority or to another ecclesiastical 146 2, 2, 381| to another ecclesiastical authority.~§2. Those who preside offer 147 2, 2, 406| vicars, dependent only on his authority or that of the coadjutor 148 2, 2, 409| vacant and unless competent authority has established otherwise, 149 2, 2, 409| conferred by law, under the authority of the diocesan administrator 150 2, 2, 431| is only for the supreme authority of the Church to establish, 151 2, 2, 432| the metropolitan possess authority in an ecclesiastical province 152 2, 2, 449| is only for the supreme authority of the Church to erect, 153 2, 2, 466| can be published by his authority alone.~ 154 2, 2, 473| priest and who, under the authority of the bishop, is to coordinate 155 2, 2, 494| of the diocese under the authority of the bishop in accord 156 2, 2, 511| constituted which under the authority of the bishop investigates, 157 2, 2, 515| pastor (pastor) under the authority of the diocesan bishop.~§ 158 2, 2, 519| committed to him under the authority of the diocesan bishop in 159 2, 2, 528| liturgy which, under the authority of the diocesan bishop, 160 2, 2, 545| the pastor and under his authority.~§2. A parochial vicar can 161 2, 2, 562| rector of a church, under the authority of the local ordinary and 162 2, 3, 573| canonically erected by competent authority of the Church. Through vows 163 2, 3, 576| It is for the competent authority of the Church to interpret 164 2, 3, 578| competent ecclesiastical authority, and its sound traditions, 165 2, 3, 580| reserved to the competent authority of the aggregating institute; 166 2, 3, 581| belongs to the competent authority of the institute, according 167 2, 3, 585| belongs to the competent authority of an institute to suppress 168 2, 3, 587| is approved by competent authority of the Church and can be 169 2, 3, 587| established by competent authority of an institute are to be 170 2, 3, 588| recognized as such by the authority of the Church.~§3. That 171 2, 3, 588| recognized as such by the authority of the Church, has by virtue 172 2, 3, 590| are subject to the supreme authority of the Church in a special 173 2, 3, 591| to another ecclesiastical authority.~ 174 2, 3, 595| exceed the power of internal authority, after he has consulted 175 2, 3, 608| established house under the authority of a superior designated 176 2, 3, 609| institute are erected by the authority competent according to the 177 2, 3, 618| without prejudice to the authority of superiors to decide and 178 2, 3, 621| canonically erected by legitimate authority is called a province.~ 179 2, 3, 631| chapter, which holds supreme authority in the institute according 180 2, 3, 632| pertains to their nature, authority, composition, way of proceeding 181 2, 3, 636| administration to the competent authority.~ 182 2, 3, 650| to one director under the authority of the major superiors.~ 183 2, 3, 653| moreover, the competent authority of the institute can dismiss 184 2, 3, 681| religious are subject to the authority and direction of the same 185 2, 3, 682| either of the entrusting authority after having informed the 186 2, 3, 683| make provision on his own authority.~ 187 2, 3, 691| council to the competent authority.~§2. In institutes of pontifical 188 2, 3, 700| recourse to the competent authority within ten days from receiving 189 2, 3, 733| Can. 733 §1. The competent authority of the society erects a 190 3, 0, 754| decrees which the legitimate authority of the Church issues in 191 3, 0, 755| prescripts issued by the supreme authority of the Church.~ ~ 192 3, 0, 761| communication by legitimate authority on the occasion of certain 193 3, 0, 774| legitimate ecclesiastical authority, solicitude for catechesis 194 3, 0, 784| competent ecclesiastical authority sends to carry out missionary 195 3, 0, 803| competent ecclesiastical authority or a public ecclesiastical 196 3, 0, 803| or which ecclesiastical authority recognizes as such through 197 3, 0, 803| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 198 3, 0, 804| communication are subject to the authority of the Church. It is for 199 3, 0, 808| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 200 3, 0, 810| Can. 810 §1. The authority competent according to the 201 3, 0, 811| competent ecclesiastical authority is to take care that in 202 3, 0, 812| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 203 3, 0, 823| their care; the supreme authority of the Church, however, 204 3, 0, 825| be approved by the same authority and provided with necessary 205 3, 0, 827| competent ecclesiastical authority or have been approved by 206 3, 0, 827| competent ecclesiastical authority or approved by it subsequently.~ 207 3, 0, 828| published by some ecclesiastical authority unless the prior permission 208 3, 0, 828| prior permission of the same authority has been obtained and the 209 4, 0, 834| through acts approved by the authority of the Church.~ 210 4, 0, 835| his ministers under the authority of the bishop, they are 211 4, 0, 838| liturgy depends solely on the authority of the Church which resides 212 4, 1, 841| is only for the supreme authority of the Church to approve 213 4, 1, 841| same or another competent authority according to the norm of 214 4, 1, 843| norms issued by competent authority.~ 215 4, 1, 844| with the local competent authority of the interested non-Catholic 216 4, 1, 846| books approved by competent authority are to be observed faithfully; 217 4, 1, 846| anything in them on one’s own authority.~§2. The minister is to 218 4, 1, 848| offerings defined by competent authority, always taking care that 219 4, 1, 882| special grant of the competent authority also confers this sacrament 220 4, 1, 884| special grant of the competent authority can in single cases also 221 4, 1, 899| the bishop or, under his authority, a presbyter presiding and 222 4, 1, 966| grant made by the competent authority according to the norm of 223 4, 1, 972| Can. 972 The competent authority mentioned in can. 969 can 224 4, 1, 978| norms issued by competent authority.~ 225 4, 1, 982| confessor to ecclesiastical authority concerning the crime of 226 4, 1, 984| person who has been placed in authority cannot use in any manner 227 4, 1, 995| addition to the supreme authority of the Church, only those 228 4, 1, 995| bestow indulgences.~§2. No authority below the Roman Pontiff 229 4, 1, 1023| they do not lapse when the authority of the one who granted them 230 4, 1, 1034| rite of admission by the authority mentioned in cann. 1016 231 4, 1, 1034| accepted in writing by the same authority.~§2. A person who has been 232 4, 1, 1059| the competence of civil authority concerning the merely civil 233 4, 1, 1075| is only for the supreme authority of the Church to declare 234 4, 1, 1075| marriage.~§2. Only the supreme authority has the right to establish 235 4, 1, 1077| continues.~§2. Only the supreme authority of the Church can add a 236 4, 1, 1080| obtained from the competent authority, the local ordinary and, 237 4, 1, 1124| permission of the competent authority, a marriage is prohibited 238 4, 1, 1145| regularly to be done on the authority of the local ordinary of 239 4, 1, 1152| ecclesiastical or civil authority.~§3. If the innocent spouse 240 4, 1, 1152| competent ecclesiastical authority which, after having investigated 241 4, 1, 1153| or even on his or her own authority if there is danger in delay.~§ 242 4, 1, 1153| restored unless ecclesiastical authority has established otherwise.~ 243 4, 1, 1161| is granted by competent authority and entails the dispensation 244 4, 2, 1167| formulas approved by the authority of the Church are to be 245 4, 2, 1187| servants of God whom the authority of the Church has recorded 246 4, 3, 1213| 1213 The ecclesiastical authority freely exercises its powers 247 4, 3, 1224| profane use without the authority of the same ordinary.~ 248 4, 3, 1232| especially the purpose, the authority of the rector, and the ownership 249 4, 3, 1244| the supreme ecclesiastical authority to establish, transfer, 250 5, 0, 1255| 1256 Under the supreme authority of the Roman Pontiff, ownership 251 5, 0, 1283| a donor, or legitimate authority, and especially be on guard 252 5, 0, 1290| 1291 The permission of the authority competent according to the 253 5, 0, 1291| own region, the competent authority is determined by the statutes 254 5, 0, 1291| otherwise, the competent authority is the diocesan bishop with 255 5, 0, 1292| prescribed by legitimate authority are also to be observed 256 5, 0, 1295| it is for the competent authority, after having considered 257 5, 0, 1296| competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 258 5, 0, 1297| permission of competent authority.~ ~ 259 5, 0, 1302| competent ecclesiastical authority;~2/ non-autonomous pious 260 6, 1, 1314| ecclesiastical law issued by a higher authority.~§2. The law itself can 261 6, 1, 1325| has abused a position of authority or office in order to commit 262 6, 1, 1343| punished sufficiently by civil authority;~3/ suspend the obligation 263 6, 1, 1350| everywhere, even when the authority of the one who established 264 6, 2, 1367| something before ecclesiastical authority is to be punished with a 265 7, 1, 1437| second instance is under the authority of the supreme moderator; 266 7, 1, 1437| second instance is under the authority of the abbot superior of 267 7, 1, 1457| 1457 §1. The competent authority can punish with fitting 268 7, 1, 1479| curator appointed by civil authority is present, the ecclesiastical 269 7, 1, 1480| juridic persons subject to his authority.~ 270 7, 2, 1512| does not cease when the authority of the one delegating expires;~ 271 7, 2, 1653| officio, pertains to the authority to whom the appellate tribunal


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