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1 Intr | linguam vertere.~The Holy See reserves all rights to itself. 2 Intr | the knowledge of the Holy See to reprint this code or 3 Intr | with permission of the Holy See and the National Conference 4 Intr | of discipline and make us see better how it is more closely 5 Intr | conciliar action, the Apostolic See subsequently addressed certain 6 1, 0, 3| entered into by the Apostolic See with nations or other political 7 1, 0, 4| this time by the Apostolic See remain intact if they are 8 1, 0, 6| issued by the Apostolic See unless they are contained 9 1, 0, 34| those whose duty it is to see that laws are executed and 10 1, 0, 68| rescript of the Apostolic See in which no executor is 11 1, 0, 72| granted by the Apostolic See which have expired can be 12 1, 0, 84| granted by the Apostolic See, however, an ordinary is 13 1, 0, 84| to notify the Apostolic See.~ 14 1, 0, 87| reserved to the Apostolic See or some other authority.~§ 15 1, 0, 87| If recourse to the Holy See is difficult and, at the 16 1, 0, 87| is reserved to the Holy See, provided that it concerns 17 1, 0, 87| dispensation which the Holy See is accustomed to grant under 18 1, 0, 112| permission from the Apostolic See;~2/ a spouse who, at the 19 1, 0, 113| Church and the Apostolic See have the character of a 20 1, 0, 137| delegated by the Apostolic See can be subdelegated for 21 2, 1, 237| approval of the Apostolic See for both the erection of 22 2, 1, 242| be approved by the Holy See. This program is to be adapted 23 2, 1, 242| the approval of the Holy See, and is to define the main 24 2, 1, 253| faculty recognized by the Holy See.~§2. Care is to be taken 25 2, 1, 266| a grant of the Apostolic See.~ 26 2, 1, 272| church unless the episcopal see has been vacant for a year 27 2, 1, 290| rescript of the Apostolic See which grants it to deacons 28 2, 1, 293| rescript of the Apostolic See.~ ~ 29 2, 1, 294| been heard, the Apostolic See can erect personal prelatures, 30 2, 1, 295| established by the Apostolic See govern a personal prelature, 31 2, 1, 295| prelature.~§2. The prelate must see to both the spiritual formation 32 2, 1, 305| the vigilance of the Holy See; diocesan associations and 33 2, 1, 312| associations is:~1/ the Holy See for universal and international 34 2, 1, 320| Can. 320 §1. Only the Holy See can suppress associations 35 2, 2, 335| Can. 335 When the Roman See is vacant or entirely impeded, 36 2, 2, 340| Can. 340 If the Apostolic See becomes vacant during the 37 2, 2, 347| ceases.~§2. If the Apostolic See becomes vacant after a synod 38 2, 2, 350| have their own patriarchal see as a title.~§4. The cardinal 39 2, 2, 354| the Roman Pontiff who will see to the matter after considering 40 2, 2, 359| 359 When the Apostolic See is vacant, the college of 41 2, 2, 361| Code, the term Apostolic See or Holy See refers not only 42 2, 2, 361| term Apostolic See or Holy See refers not only to the Roman 43 2, 2, 363| represent the Apostolic See.~ 44 2, 2, 364| exist between the Apostolic See and particular churches. 45 2, 2, 364| information to the Apostolic See concerning the conditions 46 2, 2, 364| propose to the Apostolic See the names of candidates 47 2, 2, 364| norms given by the Apostolic See;~5/ to strive to promote 48 2, 2, 364| Church and the Apostolic See before the leaders of the 49 2, 2, 364| mandates which the Apostolic See entrusts to him.~ 50 2, 2, 365| relations between the Apostolic See and the authorities of the 51 2, 2, 367| cease when the Apostolic See becomes vacant unless the 52 2, 2, 377| send it to the Apostolic See, without prejudice to the 53 2, 2, 377| make known to the Apostolic See the names of presbyters 54 2, 2, 377| proposed to the Apostolic See, the pontifical legate is 55 2, 2, 377| communicate to the Apostolic See together with his own opinion 56 2, 2, 377| propose to the Apostolic See a list of at least three 57 2, 2, 378| approved by the Apostolic See, or at least truly expert 58 2, 2, 378| pertains to the Apostolic See.~ 59 2, 2, 380| fidelity to the Apostolic See according to the formula 60 2, 2, 380| approved by the Apostolic See.~ ~ 61 2, 2, 395| to inform the Apostolic See of his absence; if it concerns 62 2, 2, 399| determined by the Apostolic See.~§2. If the year determined 63 2, 2, 400| 1. Unless the Apostolic See has established otherwise, 64 2, 2, 402| certain cases the Apostolic See provides otherwise because 65 2, 2, 403| more opportune to the Holy See, it can appoint ex officio 66 2, 2, 409| 409 §1. When the episcopal see is vacant, the coadjutor 67 2, 2, 409| 2. When the episcopal see is vacant and unless competent 68 2, 2, 409| episcopal vicar while the see was filled until a new bishop 69 2, 2, 409| taken possession of the see. If he has not been designated 70 2, 2 | CHAPTER III.~THE IMPEDED SEE AND THE VACANT SEE ~ 71 2, 2 | IMPEDED SEE AND THE VACANT SEE ~ 72 2, 2 | Art. 1.~THE IMPEDED SEE~ 73 2, 2, 412| Can. 412 An episcopal see is understood to be impeded 74 2, 2, 413| Can. 413 §1. When a see is impeded, the coadjutor 75 2, 2, 413| diocese unless the Holy See has provided otherwise. 76 2, 2, 413| 2 is to advise the Holy See as soon as possible of the 77 2, 2, 413| possible of the impeded see and the function he has 78 2, 2, 414| the period in which the see is impeded is bound by the 79 2, 2, 415| immediately to the Holy See so that it will make provision.~ ~ 80 2, 2 | Art. 2.~THE VACANT SEE~ 81 2, 2, 416| Can. 416 An episcopal see is vacant upon the death 82 2, 2, 419| Can. 419 When a see is vacant and until the 83 2, 2, 419| consultors unless the Holy See has provided otherwise.~ 84 2, 2, 420| Can. 420 When the see is vacant in an apostolic 85 2, 2, 420| prefecture, unless the Holy See has established otherwise.~ 86 2, 2, 421| vacancy of an episcopal see and without prejudice to 87 2, 2, 422| to inform the Apostolic See of the death of a bishop 88 2, 2, 425| presented for the same vacant see can be designated validly 89 2, 2, 426| Can. 426 When a see is vacant, the person who 90 2, 2, 428| Can. 428 §1. When a see is vacant, nothing is to 91 2, 2, 430| is reserved to the Holy See. If an administrator resigns, 92 2, 2, 433| more numerous, the Holy See can unite neighboring ecclesiastical 93 2, 2, 434| this Code unless the Holy See has specifically granted 94 2, 2, 435| joined with an episcopal see determined or approved by 95 2, 2, 436| approved by the Apostolic See if a suffragan has neglected 96 2, 2, 436| demand it, the Apostolic See can endow a metropolitan 97 2, 2, 437| to another metropolitan see.~ 98 2, 2, 439| approval of the Apostolic See.~§2. The norm established 99 2, 2, 440| 2. When a metropolitan see is vacant, a provincial 100 2, 2, 441| council whom the Apostolic See must approve;~4/ to determine 101 2, 2, 443| to them by the Apostolic See or the conference of bishops.~§ 102 2, 2, 446| are sent to the Apostolic See. Decrees issued by a council 103 2, 2, 446| promulgated until the Apostolic See has reviewed them. It is 104 2, 2, 448| judgment of the Apostolic See, having heard the diocesan 105 2, 2, 448| It is for the Apostolic See to establish special norms 106 2, 2, 450| to them by the Apostolic See or conference of bishops. 107 2, 2, 451| reviewed by the Apostolic See and which are to organize, 108 2, 2, 455| mandate of the Apostolic See has established it either 109 2, 2, 455| reviewed by the Apostolic See.~§3. The conference of bishops 110 2, 2, 455| mandate of the Apostolic See has granted the power mentioned 111 2, 2, 456| decrees to the Apostolic See so that the acts are brought 112 2, 2, 459| however, the Apostolic See must be heard.~ ~ 113 2, 2, 468| judgment.~§2. When an episcopal see is vacant or impeded, a 114 2, 2, 479| granted by the Apostolic See to the bishop and the execution 115 2, 2, 481| vacancy of the episcopal see.~§2. When the function of 116 2, 2, 490| secret archive.~§2. When a see is vacant, the secret archive 117 2, 2, 501| within five years.~§2. When a see is vacant, the presbyteral 118 2, 2, 501| concerns the metropolitan see itself, with the suffragan 119 2, 2, 502| college of consultors. When a see is impeded or vacant, however, 120 2, 2, 504| reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 121 2, 2, 506| norms issued by the Holy See, the insignia of the canons.~ 122 2, 2, 508| reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. Where there is no chapter, 123 2, 2, 513| the bishop.~§2. When the see is vacant, a pastoral council 124 2, 2, 525| Can. 525 When a see is vacant or impeded, it 125 2, 2, 525| to appoint pastors if the see has been vacant or impeded 126 2, 2, 528| faith.~§2. The pastor is to see to it that the Most Holy 127 2, 2, 533| to establish norms which see to it that during the absence 128 2, 2, 535| bishop. The pastor is to see to it that these registers 129 2, 2, 555| the vicar forane:~1/ is to see to it that, according to 130 2, 2, 562| acquired rights, is obliged to see to it that sacred functions 131 2, 3, 579| provided that the Apostolic See has been consulted.~ 132 2, 3, 582| reserved to the Apostolic See only; confederations and 133 2, 3, 583| approved by the Apostolic See cannot be made without its 134 2, 3, 584| pertains only to the Apostolic See; a decision regarding the 135 2, 3, 584| reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 136 2, 3, 589| pontifical right if the Apostolic See has erected it or approved 137 2, 3, 589| approval from the Apostolic See.~ 138 2, 3, 592| institutes with the Apostolic See, each supreme moderator 139 2, 3, 592| institute to the Apostolic See, in a manner and at a time 140 2, 3, 592| of documents of the Holy See which regard the members 141 2, 3, 593| the power of the Apostolic See in regards to internal governance 142 2, 3, 595| things which the Apostolic See has taken in hand, and also 143 2, 3, 605| reserved only to the Apostolic See. Diocesan bishops, however, 144 2, 3, 609| permission of the Apostolic See is required to erect a monastery 145 2, 3, 616| institute belongs to the Holy See, to which the decision regarding 146 2, 3, 616| belongs to the Apostolic See, with due regard to the 147 2, 3, 638| amount defined by the Holy See for each region, or things 148 2, 3, 638| the permission of the Holy See itself is also required.~§ 149 2, 3, 667| norms given by the Apostolic See. Other monasteries of nuns 150 2, 3, 679| immediately to the Holy See.~ 151 2, 3, 684| permission of the Holy See is required, whose mandates 152 2, 3, 686| is reserved to the Holy See, or to the diocesan bishop 153 2, 3, 686| is only for the Apostolic See to grant an indult of exclaustration 154 2, 3, 686| can be imposed by the Holy See on a member of an institute 155 2, 3, 691| reserved to the Apostolic See. In institutes of diocesan 156 2, 3, 700| been confirmed by the Holy See, to which the decree and 157 2, 3, 703| matter to the Apostolic See.~ 158 2, 3, 704| be sent to the Apostolic See, mention is to be made of 159 2, 3, 706| the institute or the Holy See insofar as the institute 160 2, 3, 707| institute, unless the Apostolic See has provided otherwise.~§ 161 2, 3, 707| otherwise the Apostolic See is to provide in another 162 2, 3, 709| statutes approved by the Holy See, by which alone they can 163 2, 3, 727| departure from the Apostolic See through the supreme moderator 164 2, 3, 730| permission of the Apostolic See is required, whose mandates 165 2, 3, 743| is reserved to the Holy See according to the constitutions; 166 2, 3, 744| the permission of the Holy See, whose mandates must be 167 3, 0, 755| bishops and the Apostolic See to foster and direct among 168 3, 0, 775| issued by the Apostolic See, it is for the diocesan 169 3, 0, 775| approval of the Apostolic See.~§3. The conference of bishops 170 3, 0, 791| year and sent to the Holy See.~ 171 3, 0, 816| erection by the Apostolic See or with its approval; their 172 3, 0, 816| approved by the Apostolic See.~ 173 3, 0, 817| approved by the Apostolic See is able to confer academic 174 3, 0, 825| published unless the Apostolic See or the conference of bishops 175 3, 0, 833| approved by the Apostolic See:~1/ in the presence of the 176 3, 0, 833| delegated by the Apostolic See, all those promoted to the 177 4, 0, 838| resides in the Apostolic See and, according to the norm 178 4, 0, 838| It is for the Apostolic See to order the sacred liturgy 179 4, 0, 838| prior review of the Holy See, translations of liturgical 180 4, 1, 844| judgment of the Apostolic See are in the same condition 181 4, 1, 955| personally. He is also obliged to see to the celebration of the 182 4, 1, 956| those obliged in any way to see to the celebration of Masses, 183 4, 1, 995| others unless the Apostolic See has given this expressly 184 4, 1, 1014| 1014 Unless the Apostolic See has granted a dispensation, 185 4, 1, 1021| communion with the Apostolic See except to a bishop of a 186 4, 1, 1031| reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 187 4, 1, 1047| reserved to the Apostolic See alone if the fact on which 188 4, 1, 1047| reserved to the Apostolic See:~1/ irregularities from 189 4, 1, 1047| reserved to the Apostolic See.~§4. An ordinary is able 190 4, 1, 1047| not reserved to the Holy See.~ 191 4, 1, 1078| reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. Impediments whose dispensation 192 4, 1, 1078| reserved to the Apostolic See are:~1/ the impediment arising 193 4, 1, 1080| recourse to the Apostolic See or to the local ordinary 194 4, 1, 1112| the permission of the Holy See.~§2. A suitable lay person 195 4, 1, 1120| be reviewed by the Holy See, in keeping with the usages 196 4, 1, 1139| by a rescript of the Holy See.~ 197 4, 1, 1165| 1165 §1. The Apostolic See can grant a radical sanation.~§ 198 4, 1, 1165| reserved to the Apostolic See according to the norm of 199 4, 2, 1167| 1167 §1. The Apostolic See alone can establish new 200 4, 2, 1190| permission of the Apostolic See.~§3. The prescript of §2 201 4, 2, 1196| those to whom the Apostolic See or the local ordinary has 202 4, 2, 1203| oath, only the Apostolic See can dispense the oath.~ 203 4, 3, 1231| the approval of the Holy See is required.~ 204 4, 3, 1232| national shrine; the Holy See alone for the statutes of 205 4, 3, 1246| approval of the Apostolic See, however, the conference 206 5, 0, 1254| Church and the Apostolic See, the particular churches, 207 5, 0, 1256| universal Church, the Apostolic See, or other public juridic 208 5, 0, 1257| Church or the Apostolic See but also any public juridic 209 5, 0, 1263| rescripts of the Apostolic See, to be approved by the Apostolic 210 5, 0, 1263| approved by the Apostolic See itself;~2/ to set a limit 211 5, 0, 1269| belong to the Apostolic See, immovable property, precious 212 5, 0, 1270| means which the Apostolic See needs, according to the 213 5, 0, 1271| approved by the Apostolic See, to direct the governance 214 5, 0, 1291| The permission of the Holy See is also required for the 215 5, 0, 1307| reserved to the Apostolic See, without prejudice to the 216 5, 0, 1309| be made to the Apostolic See.~ 217 6, 1, 1353| others.~§3. If the Apostolic See has reserved the remission 218 6, 1, 1354| reserved to the Apostolic See, the following can remit 219 6, 1, 1354| reserved to the Apostolic See, an ordinary can remit a 220 6, 1, 1355| issued by the Apostolic See:~1/ the ordinary of the 221 6, 1, 1356| reserved to the Apostolic See has been remitted according 222 6, 2, 1366| reserved to the Apostolic See; moreover, a cleric can 223 6, 2, 1369| reserved to the Apostolic See; if he is a cleric, another 224 6, 2, 1370| admonished by the Apostolic See or an ordinary;~2/ a person 225 6, 2, 1370| prohibition of the Apostolic See, an ordinary, or a superior 226 6, 2, 1372| hatred against the Apostolic See or an ordinary because of 227 6, 2, 1377| reserved to the Apostolic See.~§2. The following incur 228 6, 2, 1381| reserved to the Apostolic See.~ 229 6, 2, 1387| reserved to the Apostolic See; one who does so only indirectly 230 7, 1, 1401| tribunals of the Apostolic See.~ 231 7, 1, 1403| Can. 1404 The First See is judged by no one.~ 232 7, 1, 1404| legates of the Apostolic See and, in penal cases, bishops;~ 233 7, 1, 1416| or penal case to the Holy See for adjudication in any 234 7, 1, 1416| brought to the Apostolic See, however, does not suspend 235 7, 1, 1416| sentence unless the Apostolic See has informed the judge that 236 7, 1, 1419| years of age.~§5. When the see is vacant, they do not cease 237 7, 1, 1422| approval of the Apostolic See, several diocesan bishops 238 7, 1, 1437| approval of the Apostolic See;~3/ for cases tried before 239 7, 1, 1439| approval of the Apostolic See unless the dioceses are 240 7, 1, 1439| approval of the Apostolic See, a conference of bishops 241 7, 1 | TRIBUNALS OF THE APOSTOLIC SEE~ 242 7, 1, 1442| tribunals of the Apostolic See, or through judges he has 243 7, 1, 1444| brought before the Holy See through legitimate appeal;~ 244 7, 3, 1673| reserved to the Apostolic See, the following are competent:~ 245 7, 3, 1681| the acts to the Apostolic See together with a petition 246 7, 3, 1698| 1698 §1. Only the Apostolic See adjudicates the fact of 247 7, 3, 1699| to consult the Apostolic See.~§3. Recourse to the Apostolic 248 7, 3, 1699| Recourse to the Apostolic See is available against a decree 249 7, 3, 1705| transmit to the Apostolic See all the acts together with 250 7, 3, 1705| judgment of the Apostolic See, this requirement will be 251 7, 3, 1705| completed.~§3. If the Apostolic See replies that non-consummation 252 7, 3, 1706| Can. 1706 The Apostolic See transmits the rescript of 253 7, 3, 1707| to consult the Apostolic See in uncertain and complicated


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