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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | deacons and to the other members of the people of God,~John 2 Intr | bishops and all those who were members of that commission, as well 3 Intr | itself, whether as cardinal members or as of-ficials, consultors 4 Intr | according to which all the members of the people of God, in 5 Intr | secretary. However, the cardinal members of the Commission in a meeting 6 Intr | subsequently named other cardinal members and consultors from all 7 Intr | were present the cardinal members of the Commission, the secretaries, 8 Intr | minds of the Commission members by the Supreme Pontiff, 9 Intr | furnish norms so that the members of the Christian faithful 10 Intr | fundamental equality of all members of the Christian faithful 11 Intr | Commission, besides its cardinal members the following collaborated 12 Intr | and 31 countries served as members, consultors and other types 13 Intr | forwarded to all the Commission members.~The cardinal members of 14 Intr | Commission members.~The cardinal members of the Commission met for 15 Intr | the juridic status of all members of the Christian faithful 16 Intr | meeting of the cardinal members of the Commission on May 17 Intr | time permitted, to all the members of the study group. The 18 Intr | forwarded to the cardinal members of the Commission so as 19 Intr | opinion of the cardinal members of the Commission was sought 20 Intr | pastors and indeed by all members of the Christian faithful.~ 21 Intr | forwarded to the cardinal members of the Commission for their 22 Intr | Pontiff determined that other members be added to the Commission, 23 Intr | Commission numbered seventy-four members. At the beginning of 1981 24 Intr | consultors was forwarded to the members of the Commission in August, 25 Intr | available to pastors and other members of the Christian faithful 26 1, 0, 94| persons who are its legitimate members; the statutes of an aggregate 27 1, 0, 103| Can. 103 Members of religious institutes 28 1, 0, 115| persons, is collegial if the members determine its action through 29 1, 0, 120| 2. If even one of the members of a collegial juridic person 30 1, 0, 129| of jurisdiction.~§2. Lay members of the Christian faithful 31 1, 0, 134| likewise, for their own members, major superiors of clerical 32 1, 0, 160| can present one of its own members.~ 33 2, 1, 207| called clerics; the other members of the Christian faithful 34 2, 1, 207| lay persons.~§2. There are members of the Christian faithful 35 2, 1, 303| 303 Associations whose members share in the spirit of some 36 2, 1, 307| 307 §1. The reception of members is to be done according 37 2, 1, 307| several associations.~§3. Members of religious institutes 38 2, 1, 310| rights. Nevertheless, the members of the Christian faithful 39 2, 1, 311| Can. 311 Members of institutes of consecrated 40 2, 1, 317| valid for associations which members of religious institutes 41 2, 1, 317| privilege. In associations which members of religious institutes 42 2, 1, 320| also associations which members of religious institutes 43 2, 1, 327| Can. 327 Lay members of the Christian faithful 44 2, 1, 329| are to take care that the members of the association are duly 45 2, 2, 336| Supreme Pontiff and whose members are bishops by virtue of 46 2, 2, 336| communion with the head and members of the college and in which 47 2, 2, 339| only the bishops who are members of the college of bishops 48 2, 2, 344| radios the election of members who must be elected according 49 2, 2, 344| designates and appoints other members;~3/ determines at an appropriate 50 2, 2, 346| general session consists of members of whom the greater part 51 2, 2, 346| to these are added some members of clerical religious institutes 52 2, 2, 346| speedy solution consists of members of whom the greater part 53 2, 2, 346| to these are added some members of clerical religious institutes 54 2, 2, 346| special session consists of members especially selected from 55 2, 2, 347| to the bishops and other members ceases.~§2. If the Apostolic 56 2, 2, 347| function entrusted to its members are suspended by the law 57 2, 2, 350| patriarchs who have been made members of the college of cardinals 58 2, 2, 375| communion with the head and members of the college.~ 59 2, 2, 377| presbyters, even including members of institutes of consecrated 60 2, 2, 377| moreover, is to hear some members of the college of consultors 61 2, 2, 397| 2. A bishop can visit members of religious institutes 62 2, 2, 443| 4. Presbyters and other members of the Christian faithful 63 2, 2, 443| them sends two of their members designated collegially by 64 2, 2, 450| Roman Pontiff are not by law members of a conference of bishops.~ 65 2, 2, 458| communicate the same to all the members of the conference, and to 66 2, 2, 460| selected priests and other members of the Christian faithful 67 2, 2, 463| called to a diocesan synod as members of the synod and are obliged 68 2, 2, 463| the cathedral church;~4/ members of the presbyteral council;~ 69 2, 2, 463| presbyteral council;~5/ lay members of the Christian faithful, 70 2, 2, 463| Christian faithful, even members of institutes of consecrated 71 2, 2, 463| others to a diocesan synod as members of the synod; they can be 72 2, 2, 463| synod; they can be clerics, members of institutes of consecrated 73 2, 2, 463| consecrated life, or lay members of the Christian faithful.~§ 74 2, 2, 463| synod other ministers or members of Churches or ecclesial 75 2, 2, 465| the free discussion of the members during sessions of the synod.~ 76 2, 2, 466| diocesan bishop; the other members of the synod possess only 77 2, 2, 473| take care that the other members of the curia properly fulfill 78 2, 2, 492| consists of at least three members of the Christian faithful 79 2, 2, 492| appointed by the bishop.~§2. Members of the Finance council are 80 2, 2, 497| pertains to the designation of members of the presbyteral council:~ 81 2, 2, 497| priests must be ex officio members, that is, members who are 82 2, 2, 497| officio members, that is, members who are to belong to the 83 2, 2, 498| diocese and priests who are members of some religious institute 84 2, 2, 499| 499 The manner of electing members of the presbyteral council 85 2, 2, 500| receive proposals from the members.~§2. The presbyteral council 86 2, 2, 501| Can. 501 §1. Members of the presbyteral council 87 2, 2, 502| 502 §1. From among the members of the presbyteral council 88 2, 2, 508| outsiders within the diocese and members of the diocese even outside 89 2, 2, 510| whether chosen from among the members of the chapter or not. This 90 2, 2, 512| pastoral council consists of members of the Christian faithful 91 2, 2, 512| Catholic Churchclerics, members of institutes of consecrated 92 2, 2, 512| others.~§3. No one except members of the Christian faithful 93 2, 2, 519| with the assistance of lay members of the Christian faithful, 94 2, 2, 524| certain presbyters and lay members of the Christian faithful, 95 2, 2, 528| to take care that the lay members of the Christian faithful 96 2, 2, 529| proper part which the lay members of the Christian faithful 97 2, 2, 529| communion, consider themselves members of the diocese and of the 98 2, 3, 587| institute, the discipline of members, incorporation and formation 99 2, 3, 587| incorporation and formation of members, and the proper object of 100 2, 3, 590| special way.~§2. Individual members are also bound to obey the 101 2, 3, 592| Holy See which regard the members entrusted to them and are 102 2, 3, 596| possess that power over members which is defined in universal 103 2, 3, 598| living.~§2. Moreover, all members must not only observe the 104 2, 3, 602| institute, by which all the members are united together as a 105 2, 3, 602| and founded in charity, members are to be an example of 106 2, 3, 606| consecrated life and their members are equally valid in law 107 2, 3, 607| institute is a society in which members, according to proper law, 108 2, 3, 610| the religious life of the members according to the proper 109 2, 3, 610| prudently that the needs of the members will be provided for suitably.~ 110 2, 3, 619| office and together with the members entrusted to them are to 111 2, 3, 619| they are to nourish the members regularly with the food 112 2, 3, 619| the personal needs of the members appropriately, solicitously 113 2, 3, 622| the provinces, houses, and members of an institute; this power 114 2, 3, 623| Can. 623 In order for members to be appointed or elected 115 2, 3, 626| conferral of offices and members in elections are to observe 116 2, 3, 628| to visit the houses and members entrusted to them at stated 117 2, 3, 628| in his own territory.~§3. Members are to act with trust toward 118 2, 3, 628| anyone in any way to divert members from this obligation or 119 2, 3, 630| the due freedom of their members regarding the sacrament 120 2, 3, 630| confessors are available to the members, to whom the members can 121 2, 3, 630| the members, to whom the members can confess frequently.~§ 122 2, 3, 630| confessions of subjects unless the members request it on their own 123 2, 3, 630| their own initiative.~§5. Members are to approach superiors 124 2, 3, 630| forbidden to induce the members in any way to make a manifestation 125 2, 3, 633| participation of all the members for the good of the entire 126 2, 3 | CANDIDATES AND THE FORMATION OF MEMBERS ~ 127 2, 3, 651| program of formation.~§3. Members who are carefully prepared 128 2, 3, 652| of a divine vocation.~§4. Members of the institute are to 129 2, 3, 654| By religious profession, members assume the observance of 130 2, 3, 659| the formation of all the members is to be continued after 131 2, 3, 659| govern the formation of members who are preparing to receive 132 2, 3, 660| adapted to the capacity of the members, spiritual and apostolic, 133 2, 3, 660| not to be entrusted to the members.~ 134 2, 3 | OF INSTITUTES AND THEIR MEMBERS~ 135 2, 3, 663| with God in prayer.~§2. Members are to make every effort 136 2, 3, 667| house always reserved to the members alone.~§2. A stricter discipline 137 2, 3, 668| Before first profession, members are to cede the administration 138 2, 3, 670| institute must supply the members with all those things which 139 2, 3, 674| fruitfulness. For this reason, members of these institutes cannot 140 2, 3, 675| Accordingly, the whole life of the members is to be imbued with an 141 2, 3, 677| Can. 677 §1. Superiors and members are to retain faithfully 142 2, 3, 681| to be accomplished, the members to be devoted to it, and 143 2, 3 | CHAPTER VI.~SEPARATION OF MEMBERS FROM THE INSTITUTE ~ 144 2, 3 | Art. 3.~DISMISSAL OF MEMBERS~ 145 2, 3, 699| consist of at least four members for validity, is to proceed 146 2, 3, 704| mention is to be made of members who have been separated 147 2, 3, 713| Can. 713 §1. Members of these institutes express 148 2, 3, 713| and from the world, lay members participate in the evangelizing 149 2, 3, 713| the presbyterium, clerical members help their brothers by a 150 2, 3, 714| Can. 714 Members are to lead their lives 151 2, 3, 715| Can. 715 §1. Clerical members incardinated in a diocese 152 2, 3, 716| Can. 716 §1. All members are to participate actively 153 2, 3, 716| according to proper law.~§2. Members of the same institute are 154 2, 3, 717| active participation of the members is promoted.~ 155 2, 3, 718| Financial ones, towards members who carry on work for it.~ 156 2, 3, 719| Can. 719 §1. For members to respond faithfully to 157 2, 3, 724| to the constitutions.~§2. Members are to be formed in divine 158 2, 3, 724| spiritual formation of the members.~ 159 2, 3, 725| the constitutions other members of the Christian faithful 160 2, 3, 731| consecrated life; their members, without religious vows, 161 2, 3, 731| these are societies in which members assume the evangelical counsels 162 2, 3, 735| incorporation, and formation of members.~§2. In what pertains to 163 2, 3, 735| in such a way that the members, recognizing their divine 164 2, 3, 737| entails on the part of the members the obligations and rights 165 2, 3, 737| concern for leading the members to the purpose of their 166 2, 3, 738| Can. 738 §1. All members are subject to their proper 167 2, 3, 739| the obligations to which members as members are subject according 168 2, 3, 739| obligations to which members as members are subject according to 169 2, 3, 740| Can. 740 Members must live in a house or 170 2, 3, 741| the norm of proper law, members are also capable of acquiring, 171 3, 0, 751| or of communion with the members of the Church subject to 172 3, 0, 753| communion with the head and members of the college, whether 173 3, 0, 758| their consecration to God, members of institutes of consecrated 174 3, 0, 759| baptism and confirmation, lay members of the Christian faithful 175 3, 0, 774| catechesis belongs to all members of the Church according 176 3, 0, 776| attached to the parish, of members of institutes of consecrated 177 3, 0, 776| each institute, and of lay members of the Christian faithful, 178 3, 0, 783| virtue of their consecration members of institutes of consecrated 179 3, 0, 784| whether secular clerics, members of institutes of consecrated 180 3, 0, 784| apostolic life, or other lay members of the Christian faithful.~ 181 3, 0, 785| work; catechists are lay members of the Christian faithful, 182 3, 0, 806| territory, even those which members of religious institutes 183 3, 0, 819| faculties youth, clerics, and members, who are outstanding in 184 3, 0, 825| conference of bishops, Catholic members of the Christian faithful 185 3, 0, 831| good morals; clerics and members of religious institutes, 186 3, 0, 831| requirements for clerics and members of religious institutes 187 3, 0, 832| Can. 832 Members of religious institutes 188 4, 0, 834| carried out by the Head and members of the mystical Body of 189 4, 0, 835| of the law.~§4. The other members of the Christian faithful 190 4, 0, 837| they touch its individual members in different ways, however, 191 4, 1, 840| ministers and the other members of the Christian faithful 192 4, 1, 843| Pastors of souls and other members of the Christian faithful, 193 4, 1, 844| sacraments licitly to Catholic members of the Christian faithful 194 4, 1, 844| anointing of the sick licitly to members of Eastern Churches which 195 4, 1, 844| This is also valid for members of other Churches which 196 4, 1, 952| diocese is to be observed.~§3. Members of all religious institutes 197 4, 1, 961| agreed upon with the other members of the conference of bishops.~ 198 4, 1, 967| the law itself as regards members and others living day and 199 4, 1, 969| faithful. Presbyters who are members of religious institutes, 200 4, 1, 974| hear the confessions of members of the institute everywhere. 201 4, 1, 1011| oratory.~§2. Clerics and other members of the Christian faithful 202 4, 2, 1174| norm of can. 276, §2, n. 3; members of institutes of consecrated 203 4, 2, 1174| constitutions.~§2. Other members of the Christian faithful, 204 4, 2, 1176| Can. 1176 §1. Deceased members of the Christian faithful 205 4, 2, 1179| funerals of religious or members of a society of apostolic 206 4, 2, 1180| own cemetery, the deceased members of the faithful must be 207 4, 2, 1196| pontifical right with regard to members, novices, and persons who 208 4, 3, 1223| in it and to which other members of the faithful can also 209 4, 3, 1230| place to which numerous members of the faithful make pilgrimage 210 4, 3, 1240| designated for the deceased members of the faithful and properly 211 6, 1, 1310| right to coerce offending members of the Christian faithful 212 7, 5, 1742| observed for pastors who are members of a religious institute


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