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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
ecclesiastical
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | this fundamental body of ecclesiastical laws for the Latin Church.~ 2 Intr | after the restoration of ecclesiastical discipline in the kingdom 3 Intr | countless collections of ecclesiastical laws. These private collections 4 Intr | authentic collection. The ecclesiastical law which this Corpus embraces 5 Intr | to collect and reform all ecclesiastical laws and determined that 6 Intr | internal factors within the ecclesiastical community necessarily brought 7 Intr | affected new institutes and ecclesiastical discipline, or because it 8 Intr | towards others and towards the ecclesiastical society to the extent that 9 Intr | public good and general ecclesiastical discipline.~4. In order 10 Intr | the various functions of ecclesiastical power be clearly distinguished, 11 Intr | territoriality in the exercise of ecclesiastical government is to be revised 12 Intr | other than marriage,” “the ecclesiastical magisterium,” “the patrimonial 13 Intr | dicasteries of the Roman Curia, ecclesiastical universities and faculties, 14 Intr | and suggestions offered by ecclesiastical universities and faculties 15 Intr | perhaps have crept into ecclesiastical discipline because of a 16 Intr | quite necessary for the ecclesiastical community to live, grow 17 1, 0 | TITLE I.~ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS (Cann. 7 - 22) ~ 18 1, 0, 8| Can. 8 §1. Universal ecclesiastical laws are promulgated by 19 1, 0, 11| Can. 11 Merely ecclesiastical laws bind those who have 20 1, 0, 17| Can. 17 Ecclesiastical laws must be understood 21 1, 0, 85| the relaxation of a merely ecclesiastical law in a particular case, 22 1, 0, 90| to be dispensed from an ecclesiastical law without a just and reasonable 23 1, 0, 95| meetings, whether convened by ecclesiastical authority or freely convoked 24 1, 0, 96| insofar as they are in ecclesiastical communion and unless a legitimately 25 1, 0, 116| constituted by competent ecclesiastical authority so that, within 26 1, 0, 122| the separated part, the ecclesiastical authority competent to make 27 1, 0 | TITLE IX.~ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICES (Cann. 145 - 196)~ 28 1, 0, 145| Can. 145 §1. An ecclesiastical office is any function constituted 29 1, 0, 145| stable manner by divine or ecclesiastical ordinance to be exercised 30 1, 0, 145| rights proper to individual ecclesiastical offices are defined either 31 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~PROVISION OF ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICE~ 32 1, 0, 146| Can. 146 An ecclesiastical office cannot be acquired 33 1, 0, 147| 147 The provision of an ecclesiastical office is made: through 34 1, 0, 147| conferral by a competent ecclesiastical authority; through installation 35 1, 0, 149| 1. To be promoted to an ecclesiastical office, a person must be 36 1, 0, 149| foundation.~§2. Provision of an ecclesiastical office made to one who lacks 37 1, 0, 157| diocesan bishop to provide for ecclesiastical offices in his own particular 38 1, 0, 158| 1. Presentation for an ecclesiastical office by a person who has 39 1, 0, 165| passed without action, the ecclesiastical authority who has the right 40 1, 0 | CHAPTER II.~LOSS OF ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICE~ 41 1, 0, 184| Can. 184 §1. An ecclesiastical office is lost by the lapse 42 1, 0, 184| and by privation.~§2. An ecclesiastical office is not lost by the 43 1, 0, 187| compos) can resign from an ecclesiastical ofWce for a just cause.~ 44 1, 0, 194| following are removed from an ecclesiastical office by the law itself:~ 45 1, 0, 199| undoubted boundaries of ecclesiastical territories;~5/ Mass offerings 46 1, 0, 199| obligations;~6/ provision of an ecclesiastical office which, according 47 1, 0, 199| cannot be visited by any ecclesiastical authority or are no longer 48 2, 1, 205| faith, the sacraments, and ecclesiastical governance.~ 49 2, 1, 216| the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 50 2, 1, 221| Church in the competent ecclesiastical forum according to the norm 51 2, 1, 223| view of the common good, ecclesiastical authority can direct the 52 2, 1, 228| sacred pastors to those ecclesiastical offices and functions which 53 2, 1, 229| sciences which are taught in ecclesiastical universities and faculties 54 2, 1, 229| receive from legitimate ecclesiastical authority a mandate to teach 55 2, 1, 252| theology, canon law, liturgy, ecclesiastical history, and other auxiliary 56 2, 1, 253| philosophy, canon law, ecclesiastical history, and other disciplines 57 2, 1, 264| of the seminary.~§2. All ecclesiastical juridic persons, even private 58 2, 1, 274| of orders or the power of ecclesiastical governance is required.~§ 59 2, 1, 278| entrusted to them by competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 60 2, 1, 281| clerics dedicate themselves to ecclesiastical ministry, they deserve remuneration 61 2, 1, 281| themselves completely to ecclesiastical ministry deserve remuneration 62 2, 1, 282| occasion of the exercise of ecclesiastical office and which are left 63 2, 1, 284| Clerics are to wear suitable ecclesiastical garb according to the norms 64 2, 1, 286| permission of legitimate ecclesiastical authority.~ 65 2, 1, 287| the judgment of competent ecclesiastical authority, the protection 66 2, 1, 298| associations which competent ecclesiastical authority has erected, praised, 67 2, 1, 299| can. 301, §1.~§2. Even if ecclesiastical authority praises or commends 68 2, 1, 300| the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority according to the 69 2, 1, 301| It is for the competent ecclesiastical authority alone to erect 70 2, 1, 301| nature reserved to the same ecclesiastical authority.~§2. Competent 71 2, 1, 301| authority.~§2. Competent ecclesiastical authority, if it has judged 72 2, 1, 301| are erected by competent ecclesiastical authority are called public 73 2, 1, 305| the vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority which is to take 74 2, 1, 305| abuse does not creep into ecclesiastical discipline. This authority 75 2, 1, 313| decree by which the competent ecclesiastical authority according to the 76 2, 1, 314| need the approval of the ecclesiastical authority competent to erect 77 2, 1, 315| higher direction of the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 78 2, 1, 316| faith, has defected from ecclesiastical communion, or has been punished 79 2, 1, 316| right of recourse to the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 80 2, 1, 317| otherwise, it is for the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 81 2, 1, 317| his own right. The same ecclesiastical authority also appoints 82 2, 1, 317| appoints the chaplain or ecclesiastical assistant, after having 83 2, 1, 317| moderator. A chaplain or ecclesiastical assistant is not to assume 84 2, 1, 318| reasons require it, the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in Can. 85 2, 1, 319| higher direction of the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 86 2, 1, 322| decree of the competent ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 87 2, 1, 322| juridic personality unless the ecclesiastical authority mentioned in can. 88 2, 1, 323| subject to the vigilance of ecclesiastical authority according to the 89 2, 1, 323| 2. It also pertains to ecclesiastical authority, while respecting 90 2, 1, 325| to the right of competent ecclesiastical authority to exercise vigilance 91 2, 1, 326| activity causes grave harm to ecclesiastical doctrine or discipline or 92 2, 2, 342| observance and strengthening of ecclesiastical discipline, and to consider 93 2, 2, 365| counsel of the bishops of the ecclesiastical jurisdiction and is to inform 94 2, 2, 377| three years, bishops of an ecclesiastical province or, where circumstances 95 2, 2, 381| authority or to another ecclesiastical authority.~§2. Those who 96 2, 2, 392| urge the observance of all ecclesiastical laws.~§2. He is to exercise 97 2, 2, 392| abuses do not creep into ecclesiastical discipline, especially regarding 98 2, 2, 415| Can. 415 If an ecclesiastical penalty prevents a diocesan 99 2, 2 | CHAPTER I.~ECCLESIASTICAL PROVINCES AND ECCLESIASTICAL 100 2, 2 | ECCLESIASTICAL PROVINCES AND ECCLESIASTICAL REGIONS~ 101 2, 2, 431| be brought together into ecclesiastical provinces limited to a certain 102 2, 2, 431| within the territory of some ecclesiastical province must be joined 103 2, 2, 431| province must be joined to this ecclesiastical province.~§3. It is only 104 2, 2, 431| establish, suppress, or alter ecclesiastical provinces after having heard 105 2, 2, 432| possess authority in an ecclesiastical province according to the 106 2, 2, 432| the norm of law.~§2. An ecclesiastical province possesses juridic 107 2, 2, 433| See can unite neighboring ecclesiastical provinces into ecclesiastical 108 2, 2, 433| ecclesiastical provinces into ecclesiastical regions at the request of 109 2, 2, 433| conference of bishops.~§2. An ecclesiastical region can be erected as 110 2, 2, 434| meeting of the bishops of an ecclesiastical region to foster cooperation 111 2, 2, 435| diocese, presides offer an ecclesiastical province. The office of 112 2, 2, 436| vigilance so that the faith and ecclesiastical discipline are observed 113 2, 2, 437| within any church of the ecclesiastical province offer which he 114 2, 2, 439| provincial council in an ecclesiastical province whose boundaries 115 2, 2, 440| particular churches of the same ecclesiastical province is to be celebrated 116 2, 2, 443| territory;~3/ rectors of ecclesiastical and Catholic universities 117 2, 2, 445| morals and of the common ecclesiastical discipline which is to be 118 2, 2, 555| protected appropriately, that ecclesiastical goods are administered carefully, 119 2, 3, 578| sanctioned by competent ecclesiastical authority, and its sound 120 2, 3, 591| himself alone or to another ecclesiastical authority.~ 121 2, 3, 596| however, they also possess ecclesiastical power of governance for 122 2, 3, 635| religious institutes are ecclesiastical, they are governed by the 123 2, 3, 660| Suitable degrees, both ecclesiastical and civil, are also to be 124 2, 3, 682| it concerns conferring an ecclesiastical office in a diocese upon 125 3, 0, 774| direction of legitimate ecclesiastical authority, solicitude for 126 3, 0, 784| is, those whom competent ecclesiastical authority sends to carry 127 3, 0, 803| as one which a competent ecclesiastical authority or a public ecclesiastical 128 3, 0, 803| ecclesiastical authority or a public ecclesiastical juridic person directs or 129 3, 0, 803| person directs or which ecclesiastical authority recognizes as 130 3, 0, 803| the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 131 3, 0, 808| the consent of competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 132 3, 0, 811| Can. 811 §1. The competent ecclesiastical authority is to take care 133 3, 0, 812| mandate from the competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 134 3, 0 | CHAPTER III.~ECCLESIASTICAL UNIVERSITIES AND FACULTIES~ 135 3, 0, 815| Can. 815 Ecclesiastical universities or faculties, 136 3, 0, 816| Can. 816 §1. Ecclesiastical universities and faculties 137 3, 0, 816| pertains to it.~§2. Individual ecclesiastical universities and faculties 138 3, 0, 818| and 813 are also valid for ecclesiastical universities and faculties.~ 139 3, 0, 819| institutes must send to ecclesiastical universities or faculties 140 3, 0, 820| moderators and professors of ecclesiastical universities and faculties 141 3, 0, 827| scripture, theology, canon law, ecclesiastical history, and religious or 142 3, 0, 827| the approval of competent ecclesiastical authority or have been approved 143 3, 0, 827| permission of competent ecclesiastical authority or approved by 144 3, 0, 828| or acts published by some ecclesiastical authority unless the prior 145 3, 0, 830| as it is proposed by the ecclesiastical magisterium.~§3. A censor 146 3, 0, 833| delegates, the rector of an ecclesiastical or Catholic university, 147 4, 1, 840| strengthen, and manifest ecclesiastical communion. Accordingly, 148 4, 1, 843| according to their respective ecclesiastical function, have the duty 149 4, 1, 897| other sacraments and all the ecclesiastical works of the apostolate 150 4, 1, 982| an innocent confessor to ecclesiastical authority concerning the 151 4, 1, 1036| himself perpetually to the ecclesiastical ministry and at the same 152 4, 1, 1063| to take care that their ecclesiastical community offers the Christian 153 4, 1, 1078| from all impediments of ecclesiastical law except those whose dispensation 154 4, 1, 1079| and every impediment of ecclesiastical law, whether public or occult, 155 4, 1, 1152| not make recourse to the ecclesiastical or civil authority.~§3. 156 4, 1, 1152| months to the competent ecclesiastical authority which, after having 157 4, 1, 1153| must be restored unless ecclesiastical authority has established 158 4, 1, 1156| impediment renews consent.~§2. Ecclesiastical law requires this renewal 159 4, 2 | TITLE III.~ECCLESIASTICAL FUNERALS (Cann. 1176 - 1185)~ 160 4, 2, 1176| Christian faithful must be given ecclesiastical funerals according to the 161 4, 2, 1176| to the norm of law.~§2. Ecclesiastical funerals, by which the Church 162 4, 2 | CHAPTER II.~THOSE TO WHOM ECCLESIASTICAL FUNERALS MUST BE GRANTED 163 4, 2, 1183| before baptism to be given ecclesiastical funerals.~§3. In the prudent 164 4, 2, 1183| judgment of the local ordinary, ecclesiastical funerals can be granted 165 4, 2, 1184| following must be deprived of ecclesiastical funerals:~1/ notorious apostates, 166 4, 2, 1184| sinners who cannot be granted ecclesiastical funerals without public 167 4, 2, 1185| person who is excluded from ecclesiastical funerals.~ ~ 168 4, 3, 1213| Can. 1213 The ecclesiastical authority freely exercises 169 4, 3, 1244| is only for the supreme ecclesiastical authority to establish, 170 5, 0, 1256| persons in the Church are ecclesiastical goods and are governed by 171 5, 0, 1264| for alms for any pious or ecclesiastical institute or purpose without 172 5, 0, 1266| or administrators of any ecclesiastical juridic person, even a private 173 5, 0, 1268| they belong to a public ecclesiastical juridic person, however, 174 5, 0, 1268| however, only another public ecclesiastical juridic person can acquire 175 5, 0, 1269| belong to another public ecclesiastical juridic person, they are 176 5, 0, 1272| administrator and steward of all ecclesiastical goods.~ 177 5, 0, 1275| of the administration of ecclesiastical goods by issuing special 178 5, 0, 1278| 1. The administration of ecclesiastical goods pertains to the one 179 5, 0, 1281| in the administration of ecclesiastical goods by a legitimate title 180 5, 0, 1283| care that the ownership of ecclesiastical goods is protected by civilly 181 5, 0, 1286| lay administrators of any ecclesiastical goods whatever which have 182 5, 0, 1288| administration by the title of an ecclesiastical office, administrators cannot 183 5, 0, 1295| Can. 1296 Whenever ecclesiastical goods have been alienated 184 5, 0, 1296| obtained from competent ecclesiastical authority.~ 185 5, 0, 1297| asset is of little value, ecclesiastical goods are not to be sold 186 5, 0, 1302| juridic person by competent ecclesiastical authority;~2/ non-autonomous 187 5, 0, 1302| performing other specified ecclesiastical functions or of otherwise 188 5, 0, 1307| legacies of Masses binding an ecclesiastical institute if the revenue 189 6, 1, 1314| penalty a divine law or an ecclesiastical law issued by a higher authority.~§ 190 6, 1, 1316| provide more suitably for ecclesiastical discipline. Particular law, 191 6, 1, 1330| sacraments;~3/ to exercise any ecclesiastical offices, ministries, or 192 6, 2, 1367| promising something before ecclesiastical authority is to be punished 193 6, 2 | TITLE II~DELICTS AGAINST ECCLESIASTICAL AUTHORITIES AND THE FREEDOM 194 6, 2, 1369| for the faith, the Church, ecclesiastical power, or the ministry is 195 6, 2, 1372| of some act of power or ecclesiastical ministry or provokes subjects 196 6, 2, 1374| ministry, of election, or of ecclesiastical power or the legitimate 197 6, 2, 1374| of sacred goods or other ecclesiastical goods or who greatly intimidate 198 6, 2, 1374| elected, or one who exercises ecclesiastical power or ministry can be 199 6, 2, 1376| 1377 A person who alienates ecclesiastical goods without the prescribed 200 6, 2 | TITLE III.~USURPATION OF ECCLESIASTICAL FUNCTIONS AND DELICTS IN 201 6, 2, 1380| 1381 §1. Whoever usurps an ecclesiastical office is to be punished 202 6, 2, 1388| A person who abuses an ecclesiastical power or function is to 203 6, 2, 1388| places or omits an act of ecclesiastical power, ministry, or function 204 6, 2, 1389| falsely denounces before an ecclesiastical superior a confessor for 205 6, 2, 1389| A person who offers an ecclesiastical superior any other calumnious 206 6, 2, 1390| produces a false public ecclesiastical document, who changes, destroys, 207 6, 2, 1390| or altered document in an ecclesiastical matter;~3/ a person who 208 6, 2, 1390| a falsehood in a public ecclesiastical document.~ ~ 209 6, 2, 1395| which binds by reason of ecclesiastical office is to be punished 210 7, 1, 1400| matters;~2/ the violation of ecclesiastical laws and all those matters 211 7, 1, 1400| culpability and the imposition of ecclesiastical penalties.~ 212 7, 1, 1404| other physical or juridic ecclesiastical persons which do not have 213 7, 1, 1406| instance except before an ecclesiastical judge who is competent by 214 7, 1, 1445| have arisen from an act of ecclesiastical administrative power and 215 7, 1, 1470| exercise of their function in ecclesiastical tribunals.~ 216 7, 1, 1479| authority is present, the ecclesiastical judge can admit the guardian 217 7, 2, 1540| Can. 1540 §1. Public ecclesiastical documents are those which 218 7, 3, 1671| the baptized belong to the ecclesiastical judge by proper right.~ 219 7, 3, 1672| law establishes that an ecclesiastical judge can investigate and 220 7, 3, 1692| following canons.~§2. Where an ecclesiastical decision has no civil effects 221 7, 3, 1707| be proven by an authentic ecclesiastical or civil document, the other 222 7, 3, 1715| freely.~§2. For temporal ecclesiastical goods, the formalities established 223 7, 3, 1715| law for the alienation of ecclesiastical goods are to be observed 224 7, 3, 1716| arbitrated sentence in an ecclesiastical controversy, in order to 225 7, 3, 1716| needs the confirmation of an ecclesiastical judge of the place where 226 7, 3, 1716| canonical forum before an ecclesiastical judge competent to judge 227 7, 4, 1722| or from some office and ecclesiastical function, can impose or 228 7, 5, 1741| detriment or disturbance to ecclesiastical communion;~2/ ineptitude


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