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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | AAS 61 [1969] 674-690)~ ~APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION SACRAE DISCIPLINAE 2 Intr | founder or as based upon apostolic, or in any case most ancient, 3 Intr | through conciliar action, the Apostolic See subsequently addressed 4 Intr | somewhat, for contemporary apostolic factors seem to recommend 5 1, 0, 3| agreements entered into by the Apostolic See with nations or other 6 1, 0, 4| persons up to this time by the Apostolic See remain intact if they 7 1, 0, 6| whatsoever issued by the Apostolic See unless they are contained 8 1, 0, 68| Can. 68 A rescript of the Apostolic See in which no executor 9 1, 0, 72| Rescripts granted by the Apostolic See which have expired can 10 1, 0, 84| privilege was granted by the Apostolic See, however, an ordinary 11 1, 0, 84| ordinary is bound to notify the Apostolic See.~ 12 1, 0, 87| specially reserved to the Apostolic See or some other authority.~§ 13 1, 0, 103| institutes and societies of apostolic life acquire a domicile 14 1, 0, 112| obtained permission from the Apostolic See;~2/ a spouse who, at 15 1, 0, 113| Catholic Church and the Apostolic See have the character of 16 1, 0, 134| of clerical societies of apostolic life of pontifical right 17 1, 0, 134| institutes and of societies of apostolic life.~§3. Within the context 18 1, 0, 137| Executive power delegated by the Apostolic See can be subdelegated 19 1, 0, 199| which can be obtained from apostolic privilege alone;~3/ rights 20 2, 1, 216| right to promote or sustain apostolic action even by their own 21 2, 1, 237| the prior approval of the Apostolic See for both the erection 22 2, 1, 246| draw strength of spirit for apostolic work and for their spiritual 23 2, 1, 266| of a clerical society of apostolic life is incardinated as 24 2, 1, 266| virtue of a grant of the Apostolic See.~ 25 2, 1, 268| life or into a society of apostolic life, a cleric who is incardinated 26 2, 1, 290| ordination;~3/ by rescript of the Apostolic See which grants it to deacons 27 2, 1, 293| through a rescript of the Apostolic See.~ ~ 28 2, 1, 294| involved have been heard, the Apostolic See can erect personal prelatures, 29 2, 1, 295| statutes established by the Apostolic See govern a personal prelature, 30 2, 1, 296| dedicate themselves to the apostolic works of a personal prelature 31 2, 1, 298| consecrated life and societies of apostolic life; in these associations 32 2, 1, 303| in secular life, lead an apostolic life, and strive for Christian 33 2, 1, 312| been reserved to others by apostolic privilege.~§2. Written consent 34 2, 1, 312| it is done by virtue of apostolic privilege. Nevertheless, 35 2, 1, 317| churches or houses in virtue of apostolic privilege. In associations 36 2, 1, 320| institutes have erected through apostolic indult with the consent 37 2, 1, 328| been erected by virtue of apostolic privilege, are to take care 38 2, 2, 336| college and in which the apostolic body continues, together 39 2, 2, 340| Can. 340 If the Apostolic See becomes vacant during 40 2, 2, 347| members ceases.~§2. If the Apostolic See becomes vacant after 41 2, 2, 359| Can. 359 When the Apostolic See is vacant, the college 42 2, 2, 361| 361 In this Code, the term Apostolic See or Holy See refers not 43 2, 2, 363| meetings also represent the Apostolic See.~ 44 2, 2, 364| which exist between the Apostolic See and particular churches. 45 2, 2, 364| send information to the Apostolic See concerning the conditions 46 2, 2, 364| transmit or propose to the Apostolic See the names of candidates 47 2, 2, 364| to the norms given by the Apostolic See;~5/ to strive to promote 48 2, 2, 364| mission of the Church and the Apostolic See before the leaders of 49 2, 2, 364| other mandates which the Apostolic See entrusts to him.~ 50 2, 2, 365| foster relations between the Apostolic See and the authorities 51 2, 2, 367| does not cease when the Apostolic See becomes vacant unless 52 2, 2, 368| and territorial abbacy, an apostolic vicariate and an apostolic 53 2, 2, 368| apostolic vicariate and an apostolic prefecture, and an apostolic 54 2, 2, 368| apostolic prefecture, and an apostolic administration erected in 55 2, 2, 369| one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church of Christ is truly 56 2, 2, 371| Can. 371 §1. An apostolic vicariate or apostolic prefecture 57 2, 2, 371| An apostolic vicariate or apostolic prefecture is a certain 58 2, 2, 371| shepherded, is entrusted to an apostolic vicar or apostolic prefect 59 2, 2, 371| to an apostolic vicar or apostolic prefect who governs it in 60 2, 2, 371| Supreme Pontiff.~§2. An apostolic administration is a certain 61 2, 2, 371| care is entrusted to an apostolic administrator who governs 62 2, 2, 377| They are to send it to the Apostolic See, without prejudice to 63 2, 2, 377| individually to make known to the Apostolic See the names of presbyters 64 2, 2, 377| ternus to be proposed to the Apostolic See, the pontifical legate 65 2, 2, 377| and to communicate to the Apostolic See together with his own 66 2, 2, 377| diocese is to propose to the Apostolic See a list of at least three 67 2, 2, 378| studies approved by the Apostolic See, or at least truly expert 68 2, 2, 378| promoted pertains to the Apostolic See.~ 69 2, 2, 379| from the receipt of the apostolic letter and before he takes 70 2, 2, 380| oath of fidelity to the Apostolic See according to the formula 71 2, 2, 380| formula approved by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 72 2, 2, 382| months of receipt of the apostolic letter if he has not already 73 2, 2, 382| through a proxy has shown the apostolic letter in the same diocese 74 2, 2, 383| he is also to extend an apostolic spirit to those who are 75 2, 2, 395| metropolitan is to inform the Apostolic See of his absence; if it 76 2, 2, 399| and time determined by the Apostolic See.~§2. If the year determined 77 2, 2, 400| Can. 400 §1. Unless the Apostolic See has established otherwise, 78 2, 2, 400| resides in his diocese.~§3. An apostolic vicar can satisfy this obligation 79 2, 2, 400| obligation does not bind an apostolic prefect.~ 80 2, 2, 402| unless in certain cases the Apostolic See provides otherwise because 81 2, 2, 404| through a proxy, has shown the apostolic letter of appointment to 82 2, 2, 404| office when he has shown the apostolic letter of appointment to 83 2, 2, 404| auxiliary bishop show the apostolic letter of appointment to 84 2, 2, 406| mandate.~§2. Unless the apostolic letter has provided otherwise 85 2, 2, 420| the see is vacant in an apostolic vicariate or prefecture, 86 2, 2, 422| consultors is to inform the Apostolic See of the death of a bishop 87 2, 2, 436| previously approved by the Apostolic See if a suffragan has neglected 88 2, 2, 436| circumstances demand it, the Apostolic See can endow a metropolitan 89 2, 2, 438| the contrary is clear from apostolic privilege or approved custom.~ 90 2, 2, 439| with the approval of the Apostolic See.~§2. The norm established 91 2, 2, 441| plenary council whom the Apostolic See must approve;~4/ to 92 2, 2, 443| committed to them by the Apostolic See or the conference of 93 2, 2, 443| institutes and societies of apostolic life in a number for both 94 2, 2, 446| council are sent to the Apostolic See. Decrees issued by a 95 2, 2, 446| be promulgated until the Apostolic See has reviewed them. It 96 2, 2, 448| in the judgment of the Apostolic See, having heard the diocesan 97 2, 2, 448| different nations. It is for the Apostolic See to establish special 98 2, 2, 450| entrusted to them by the Apostolic See or conference of bishops. 99 2, 2, 451| must be reviewed by the Apostolic See and which are to organize, 100 2, 2, 455| a special mandate of the Apostolic See has established it either 101 2, 2, 455| having been reviewed by the Apostolic See.~§3. The conference 102 2, 2, 455| a special mandate of the Apostolic See has granted the power 103 2, 2, 456| conference and its decrees to the Apostolic See so that the acts are 104 2, 2, 459| character, however, the Apostolic See must be heard.~ ~ 105 2, 2, 463| institutes and of societies of apostolic life which have a house 106 2, 2, 479| faculties granted by the Apostolic See to the bishop and the 107 2, 2, 495| entrusted to him.~§2. In apostolic vicariates and prefectures, 108 2, 2, 498| institute or society of apostolic life, who reside in the 109 2, 2, 502| cathedral chapter.~§4. In an apostolic vicariate and prefecture, 110 2, 2, 504| chapter is reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 111 2, 2, 508| censures not reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. Where there is 112 2, 2, 520| institute or clerical society of apostolic life, even by erecting it 113 2, 2, 530| and the imparting of the apostolic blessing;~4/ the assistance 114 2, 2, 538| incardinated in a society of apostolic life is removed according 115 2, 2, 556| community or society of apostolic life which celebrates services 116 2, 3 | CONSECRATED LIFE AND SOCIETIES OF APOSTOLIC LIFE ~ 117 2, 3, 579| decree, provided that the Apostolic See has been consulted.~ 118 2, 3, 582| life are reserved to the Apostolic See only; confederations 119 2, 3, 583| had been approved by the Apostolic See cannot be made without 120 2, 3, 584| institute pertains only to the Apostolic See; a decision regarding 121 2, 3, 584| is also reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 122 2, 3, 589| pontifical right if the Apostolic See has erected it or approved 123 2, 3, 589| decree of approval from the Apostolic See.~ 124 2, 3, 592| communion of institutes with the Apostolic See, each supreme moderator 125 2, 3, 592| of the institute to the Apostolic See, in a manner and at 126 2, 3, 593| subject to the power of the Apostolic See in regards to internal 127 2, 3, 595| to those things which the Apostolic See has taken in hand, and 128 2, 3, 605| is reserved only to the Apostolic See. Diocesan bishops, however, 129 2, 3, 609| addition, the permission of the Apostolic See is required to erect 130 2, 3, 612| house to be converted to apostolic works different from those 131 2, 3, 616| monastery of nuns belongs to the Apostolic See, with due regard to 132 2, 3, 643| incorporated in some society of apostolic life, without prejudice 133 2, 3, 643| life or in some society of apostolic life.~§2. Proper law can 134 2, 3, 645| consecrated life, in a society of apostolic life, or in a seminary, 135 2, 3, 648| establish one or more periods of apostolic exercises to be spent outside 136 2, 3, 660| the members, spiritual and apostolic, doctrinal and at the same 137 2, 3, 667| to the norms given by the Apostolic See. Other monasteries of 138 2, 3, 674| and extend it with hidden apostolic fruitfulness. For this reason, 139 2, 3, 675| Can. 675 §1. Apostolic action belongs to the very 140 2, 3, 675| is to be imbued with an apostolic spirit; indeed the whole 141 2, 3, 675| spirit; indeed the whole apostolic action is to be informed 142 2, 3, 675| a religious spirit.~§2. Apostolic action is to proceed always 143 2, 3, 675| and foster this union.~§3. Apostolic action, to be exercised 144 2, 3, 680| bishop of all the works and apostolic activities, without prejudice 145 2, 3, 684| institute or a society of apostolic life or from them to a religious 146 2, 3, 686| 2. It is only for the Apostolic See to grant an indult of 147 2, 3, 691| type is reserved to the Apostolic See. In institutes of diocesan 148 2, 3, 703| refer the matter to the Apostolic See.~ 149 2, 3, 704| which is to be sent to the Apostolic See, mention is to be made 150 2, 3, 707| his institute, unless the Apostolic See has provided otherwise.~§ 151 2, 3, 707| such support; otherwise the Apostolic See is to provide in another 152 2, 3, 713| their own consecration in apostolic activity, and like leaven 153 2, 3, 713| brothers by a particular apostolic charity, and by their sacred 154 2, 3, 719| their vocation and for their apostolic action to proceed from their 155 2, 3, 721| incorporated in a society of apostolic life;~3/ a spouse, while 156 2, 3, 727| indult of departure from the Apostolic See through the supreme 157 2, 3, 730| institute or to a society of apostolic life or from them to a secular 158 2, 3, 730| institute, the permission of the Apostolic See is required, whose mandates 159 2, 3 | SECTION II.~SOCIETIES OF APOSTOLIC LIFE (Cann. 731 - 755)~ 160 2, 3, 731| Can. 731 §1. Societies of apostolic life resemble institutes 161 2, 3, 731| religious vows, pursue the apostolic purpose proper to the society 162 2, 3, 732| 606 apply to societies of apostolic life, without prejudice, 163 2, 3, 735| doctrinal, spiritual, and apostolic, adapted to the purpose 164 2, 3, 744| transfer to another society of apostolic life; the rights and obligations 165 2, 3, 744| from one to a society of apostolic life requires the permission 166 3, 0, 755| college of bishops and the Apostolic See to foster and direct 167 3, 0, 775| prescripts issued by the Apostolic See, it is for the diocesan 168 3, 0, 775| previous approval of the Apostolic See.~§3. The conference 169 3, 0, 776| life and of societies of apostolic life, taking into account 170 3, 0, 778| superiors of societies of apostolic life are to take care that 171 3, 0, 784| life or of societies of apostolic life, or other lay members 172 3, 0, 816| through erection by the Apostolic See or with its approval; 173 3, 0, 816| studies approved by the Apostolic See.~ 174 3, 0, 817| erected or approved by the Apostolic See is able to confer academic 175 3, 0, 825| be published unless the Apostolic See or the conference of 176 3, 0, 833| formula approved by the Apostolic See:~1/ in the presence 177 3, 0, 833| the one delegated by the Apostolic See, all those promoted 178 3, 0, 833| institutes and societies of apostolic life, according to the norm 179 4, 0, 838| Church which resides in the Apostolic See and, according to the 180 4, 0, 838| bishop.~§2. It is for the Apostolic See to order the sacred 181 4, 1, 844| which in the judgment of the Apostolic See are in the same condition 182 4, 1, 911| institutes and societies of apostolic life have the duty and right 183 4, 1, 934| institute or society of apostolic life;~2/ can be reserved 184 4, 1, 957| institutes or societies of apostolic life.~ 185 4, 1, 968| institutes or societies of apostolic life that are clerical and 186 4, 1, 969| institute or society of apostolic life mentioned in can. 968, § 187 4, 1, 995| indulgences to others unless the Apostolic See has given this expressly 188 4, 1, 1014| Can. 1014 Unless the Apostolic See has granted a dispensation, 189 4, 1, 1015| subjects personally; without an apostolic indult, however, he cannot 190 4, 1, 1018| mentioned in can. 1016;~2/ an apostolic administrator and, with 191 4, 1, 1018| mentioned in can. 495, §2, an apostolic pro-vicar and an apostolic 192 4, 1, 1018| apostolic pro-vicar and an apostolic pro-prefect.~§2. A diocesan 193 4, 1, 1018| diocesan administrator, apostolic pro-vicar, and apostolic 194 4, 1, 1018| apostolic pro-vicar, and apostolic pro-prefect are not to grant 195 4, 1, 1018| the diocesan bishop, the apostolic vicar, or the apostolic 196 4, 1, 1018| apostolic vicar, or the apostolic prefect.~ 197 4, 1, 1019| of a clerical society of apostolic life of pontifical right 198 4, 1, 1021| bishop in communion with the Apostolic See except to a bishop of 199 4, 1, 1021| candidate unless there is an apostolic indult.~ 200 4, 1, 1031| and 2 is reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 201 4, 1, 1047| irregularities is reserved to the Apostolic See alone if the fact on 202 4, 1, 1047| is also reserved to the Apostolic See:~1/ irregularities from 203 4, 1, 1047| is also reserved to the Apostolic See.~§4. An ordinary is 204 4, 1, 1052| institute or a society of apostolic life, the same letters must 205 4, 1, 1078| dispensation is reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. Impediments whose 206 4, 1, 1078| dispensation is reserved to the Apostolic See are:~1/ the impediment 207 4, 1, 1080| to make recourse to the Apostolic See or to the local ordinary 208 4, 1, 1165| Can. 1165 §1. The Apostolic See can grant a radical 209 4, 1, 1165| dispensation is reserved to the Apostolic See according to the norm 210 4, 2, 1167| Can. 1167 §1. The Apostolic See alone can establish 211 4, 2, 1174| consecrated life and societies of apostolic life, however, are bound 212 4, 2, 1179| members of a society of apostolic life are generally to be 213 4, 2, 1190| without the permission of the Apostolic See.~§3. The prescript of § 214 4, 2, 1196| institute or society of apostolic life if it is clerical and 215 4, 2, 1196| society;~3/ those to whom the Apostolic See or the local ordinary 216 4, 2, 1203| obligation of the oath, only the Apostolic See can dispense the oath.~ 217 4, 3, 1245| institute or society of apostolic life, if they are clerical 218 4, 3, 1246| 1. Sunday, on which by apostolic tradition the paschal mystery 219 4, 3, 1246| the prior approval of the Apostolic See, however, the conference 220 5, 0, 1254| universal Church and the Apostolic See, the particular churches, 221 5, 0, 1256| the universal Church, the Apostolic See, or other public juridic 222 5, 0, 1257| universal Church or the Apostolic See but also any public 223 5, 0, 1263| execution of rescripts of the Apostolic See, to be approved by the 224 5, 0, 1263| See, to be approved by the Apostolic See itself;~2/ to set a 225 5, 0, 1269| 1270 If they belong to the Apostolic See, immovable property, 226 5, 0, 1270| procuring those means which the Apostolic See needs, according to 227 5, 0, 1271| agreed to and approved by the Apostolic See, to direct the governance 228 5, 0, 1301| institute or society of apostolic life and if the goods have 229 5, 0, 1301| in clerical societies of apostolic life of pontifical right 230 5, 0, 1307| cause, is reserved to the Apostolic See, without prejudice to 231 5, 0, 1309| recourse is to be made to the Apostolic See.~ 232 6, 1, 1353| remission to others.~§3. If the Apostolic See has reserved the remission 233 6, 1, 1354| not been reserved to the Apostolic See, the following can remit 234 6, 1, 1354| not been reserved to the Apostolic See, an ordinary can remit 235 6, 1, 1355| precept not issued by the Apostolic See:~1/ the ordinary of 236 6, 1, 1356| censure or one reserved to the Apostolic See has been remitted according 237 6, 2, 1366| excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See; moreover, a cleric 238 6, 2, 1369| excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See; if he is a cleric, 239 6, 2, 1370| having been admonished by the Apostolic See or an ordinary;~2/ a 240 6, 2, 1370| precept or prohibition of the Apostolic See, an ordinary, or a superior 241 6, 2, 1372| animosities or hatred against the Apostolic See or an ordinary because 242 6, 2, 1377| excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. The following incur 243 6, 2, 1381| excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 244 6, 2, 1387| excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See; one who does so only 245 7, 1, 1401| of the tribunals of the Apostolic See.~ 246 7, 1, 1404| cardinals;~3/ legates of the Apostolic See and, in penal cases, 247 7, 1, 1415| appellate tribunal, the Apostolic Signatura resolves conflicts 248 7, 1, 1416| Recourse brought to the Apostolic See, however, does not suspend 249 7, 1, 1416| definitive sentence unless the Apostolic See has informed the judge 250 7, 1, 1422| With the approval of the Apostolic See, several diocesan bishops 251 7, 1, 1437| with the approval of the Apostolic See;~3/ for cases tried 252 7, 1, 1439| with the approval of the Apostolic See unless the dioceses 253 7, 1, 1439| With the approval of the Apostolic See, a conference of bishops 254 7, 1 | III.~THE TRIBUNALS OF THE APOSTOLIC SEE~ 255 7, 1, 1442| ordinary tribunals of the Apostolic See, or through judges he 256 7, 1, 1445| supreme tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura adjudicates:~1/ 257 7, 2, 1629| Supreme Pontiff himself or the Apostolic Signatura;~2/ from a sentence 258 7, 3, 1673| are not reserved to the Apostolic See, the following are competent:~ 259 7, 3, 1681| transmit the acts to the Apostolic See together with a petition 260 7, 3, 1698| Can. 1698 §1. Only the Apostolic See adjudicates the fact 261 7, 3, 1699| bishop is to consult the Apostolic See.~§3. Recourse to the 262 7, 3, 1699| See.~§3. Recourse to the Apostolic See is available against 263 7, 3, 1705| bishop is to transmit to the Apostolic See all the acts together 264 7, 3, 1705| required in the judgment of the Apostolic See, this requirement will 265 7, 3, 1705| be completed.~§3. If the Apostolic See replies that non-consummation 266 7, 3, 1706| Can. 1706 The Apostolic See transmits the rescript 267 7, 3, 1707| bishop is to consult the Apostolic See in uncertain and complicated 268 7, 5, 1742| institute or a society of apostolic life.~


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