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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Council in general and in a particular way by its ecclesiological 2 Intr | Second Vatican Council, in particular with reference to the two 3 Intr | are to exist between the particular churches and the universal 4 Intr | subject matter and in its own particular manner of expression.~The 5 Intr | individual institutes through particular laws and the recognition 6 Intr | of a healthy autonomy for particular executive power while legislative 7 Intr | Code entrusts either to particular laws or to executive power 8 Intr | implemented, it is necessary that particular attention be given to the 9 Intr | to make their general or particular observations at this stage 10 Intr | considered as a whole or particular ones on individual canons.~ 11 Intr | also were those general and particular animadversions submitted 12 Intr | animadversions, general and particular, which were forwarded to 13 Intr | discussion of six questions of particular weight and importance as 14 1, 0, 5| Can. 5 §1. Universal or particular customs presently in force 15 1, 0, 5| persons.~§2. Universal or particular customs beyond the law ( 16 1, 0, 6| 1917;~2/ other universal or particular laws contrary to the prescripts 17 1, 0, 6| provision is expressly made for particular laws;~3/ any universal or 18 1, 0, 6| laws;~3/ any universal or particular penal laws whatsoever issued 19 1, 0, 8| promulgation has been prescribed in particular cases. They take force only 20 1, 0, 8| suspensive period (vacatio).~§2. Particular laws are promulgated in 21 1, 0, 12| Laws established for a particular territory bind those for 22 1, 0, 13| Can. 13 §1. Particular laws are not presumed to 23 1, 0, 13| are not bound:~1/ by the particular laws of their own territory 24 1, 0, 13| bound by both universal and particular laws which are in force 25 1, 0, 16| administrative act in a particular matter, however, does not 26 1, 0, 19| prescript of universal or particular law is lacking in a certain 27 1, 0, 20| no way derogates from a particular or special law unless the 28 1, 0, 28| does a universal law revoke particular customs.~ ~ 29 1, 0, 30| mentioned in can. 29 unless, in particular cases, it has been expressly 30 1, 0, 48| provision is made for a particular case according to the norms 31 1, 0, 53| contrary to one another, a particular decree prevails over a general 32 1, 0, 53| expressed. If they are equally particular or equally general, the 33 1, 0, 67| and the same thing, the particular prevails over the general 34 1, 0, 67| 2. If they are equally particular or equally general, the 35 1, 0, 76| a favor given through a particular act to the benefit of certain 36 1, 0, 85| ecclesiastical law in a particular case, can be granted by 37 1, 0, 87| faithful from universal and particular disciplinary laws issued 38 1, 0, 89| dispense from universal and particular law unless this power has 39 1, 0, 92| to dispense granted for a particular case.~ 40 1, 0, 118| acknowledged by universal or particular law or by its own statutes. 41 1, 0, 121| the allocation of goods in particular and to the fulfillment of 42 1, 0, 127| concerns seeking counsel only, particular or proper law provides otherwise. 43 1, 0, 134| temporarily, are placed offer some particular church or a community equivalent 44 1, 0, 136| executing universal laws or particular laws which bind them according 45 1, 0, 149| that office by universal or particular law or by the law of the 46 1, 0, 149| provision by universal or particular law or by the law of the 47 1, 0, 157| ecclesiastical offices in his own particular church by free conferral.~ ~ 48 2, 1, 209| universal Church and the particular church to which they belong 49 2, 1, 225| they are also bound by a particular duty to imbue and perfect 50 2, 1, 243| of priestly formation to particular circumstances and especially 51 2, 1, 256| those things which in a particular manner pertain to the sacred 52 2, 1, 257| solicitude not only for the particular church in whose service 53 2, 1, 257| to devote themselves to particular churches which are in grave 54 2, 1, 257| intending to move from their own particular church to a particular church 55 2, 1, 257| own particular church to a particular church of another region 56 2, 1, 265| incardinated either in a particular church or personal prelature, 57 2, 1, 266| and is incardinated in the particular church or personal prelature 58 2, 1, 266| institute is incardinated in the particular church for whose service 59 2, 1, 267| incardinated validly in another particular church, he must obtain from 60 2, 1, 267| the diocesan bishop of the particular church in which he desires 61 2, 1, 267| incardination in another particular church has been obtained.~ 62 2, 1, 268| legitimately moved from his own particular church to another is incardinated 63 2, 1, 268| incardinated in the latter particular church by the law itself 64 2, 1, 268| excardinated from his own particular church.~ 65 2, 1, 269| or advantage of his own particular church demands it, and without 66 2, 1, 269| to the service of the new particular church according to the 67 2, 1, 271| true necessity of his own particular church, a diocesan bishop 68 2, 1, 271| clerics to move to another particular church for a predetermined 69 2, 1, 271| incardinated in their own particular church and, when they return 70 2, 1, 271| legitimately to another particular church while remaining incardinated 71 2, 1, 271| diocesan bishop of the other particular church, after having observed 72 2, 1, 272| permission to move to another particular church unless the episcopal 73 2, 1, 275| according to the prescripts of particular law.~§2. Clerics are to 74 2, 1, 276| according to the prescripts of particular law;~5/ they are urged to 75 2, 1, 276| Virgin Mother of God with particular veneration, and to use other 76 2, 1, 276| to use other common and particular means of sanctification.~ 77 2, 1, 277| and to pass judgment in particular cases concerning the observance 78 2, 1, 279| According to the prescripts of particular law, priests are to attend 79 2, 1, 283| time, to be determined by particular law, without at least the 80 2, 1, 283| determined by universal or particular law.~ 81 2, 1, 285| according to the prescripts of particular law.~§2. Clerics are to 82 2, 1, 288| permanent deacons unless particular law establishes otherwise.~ 83 2, 1, 289| has decided otherwise in particular cases.~ 84 2, 1, 294| presbyters or to accomplish particular pastoral or missionary works 85 2, 1, 297| local ordinaries in whose particular churches the prelature itself 86 2, 1, 309| have the right to issue particular norms respecting the association 87 2, 2, 333| ordinary power offer all particular churches and groups of them. 88 2, 2, 333| which bishops possess in the particular churches entrusted to their 89 2, 2, 353| which is celebrated when particular needs of the Church or the 90 2, 2, 362| his own legates either to particular churches in various nations 91 2, 2, 363| Pontiff in a stable manner to particular churches or also to the 92 2, 2, 364| between the Apostolic See and particular churches. Therefore, it 93 2, 2, 364| concerning the conditions of particular churches and everything 94 2, 2, 366| Can. 366 In view of the particular character of the function 95 2, 2 | SECTION II.~PARTICULAR CHURCHES AND THEIR GROUPINGS ~ 96 2, 2 | TITLE I.~PARTICULAR CHURCHES AND THE AUTHORITY 97 2, 2 | CHAPTER I.~PARTICULAR CHURCHES~ 98 2, 2, 368| Can. 368 Particular churches, in which and from 99 2, 2, 369| Eucharist, it constitutes a particular church in which the one, 100 2, 2, 372| constitutes a diocese or other particular church is limited to a definite 101 2, 2, 372| concerned have been heard, particular churches distinguished by 102 2, 2, 373| supreme authority to erect particular churches; those legitimately 103 2, 2, 374| Every diocese or other particular church is to be divided 104 2, 2, 391| diocesan bishop to govern the particular church entrusted to him 105 2, 2, 394| entire diocese or in its particular districts, all the works 106 2, 2 | TITLE II.~GROUPINGS OF PARTICULAR CHURCHES (Cann. 431 - 459)~ 107 2, 2, 431| themselves, neighboring particular churches are to be brought 108 2, 2, 431| individual dioceses and other particular churches within the territory 109 2, 2, 433| especially in nations where particular churches are more numerous, 110 2, 2, 436| power to be determined in particular law.~§3. The metropolitan 111 2, 2 | CHAPTER III.~PARTICULAR COUNCILS~ 112 2, 2, 439| that is, one for all the particular churches of the same conference 113 2, 2, 440| council for the different particular churches of the same ecclesiastical 114 2, 2, 443| following must be called to particular councils and have the right 115 2, 2, 443| territory can be called to particular councils; they also have 116 2, 2, 443| following must be called to particular councils but with only a 117 2, 2, 443| episcopal vicars of all the particular churches in the territory;~ 118 2, 2, 443| faithful can also be called to particular councils, but with only 119 2, 2, 443| pastoral council of each particular church are to be invited 120 2, 2, 443| be invited as guests to particular councils, if it is expedient 121 2, 2, 444| 1. All who are called to particular councils must attend them 122 2, 2, 444| Those who are called to particular councils and have a deliberative 123 2, 2, 445| Can. 445 A particular council, for its own territory, 124 2, 2, 446| Can. 446 When a particular council has ended, the president 125 2, 2, 448| who preside offer all the particular churches of the same nation, 126 2, 2, 448| includes either bishops of some particular churches constituted in 127 2, 2, 448| those who preside offer particular churches in different nations. 128 2, 2, 453| and, in addition, whenever particular circumstances require it, 129 2, 2 | THE INTERNAL ORDERING OF PARTICULAR CHURCHES (Cann. 460 - 572)~ 130 2, 2, 460| Christian faithful of a particular church who offer assistance 131 2, 2, 461| celebrated in individual particular churches when circumstances 132 2, 2, 482| principal function, unless particular law establishes otherwise, 133 2, 2, 515| stably constituted in a particular church, whose pastoral care 134 2, 2, 516| Christian faithful in a particular church, entrusted to a priest 135 2, 2, 516| erected as a parish because of particular circumstances.~§2. When 136 2, 2, 521| required by universal or particular law to care for the parish 137 2, 2, 527| observe the method accepted by particular law or legitimate custom. 138 2, 2, 528| social justice. He is to have particular care for the Catholic education 139 2, 2, 529| their souls to God; with particular diligence he is to seek 140 2, 2, 533| church. Nevertheless, in particular cases and if there is a 141 2, 2, 535| according to the prescripts of particular law.~ 142 2, 2, 538| according to the prescripts of particular law mentioned in can. 522.~§ 143 2, 2, 541| a pastor determined by particular law assumes this governance.~§ 144 2, 2, 553| vicariate forane.~§2. Unless particular law establishes otherwise, 145 2, 2, 554| period of time determined by particular law.~§3. The diocesan bishop 146 2, 2, 555| legitimately given to him by particular law, the vicar forane has 147 2, 2, 555| according to the prescripts of particular law and at the times stated, 148 2, 2, 560| celebrate in his church particular functions, even parochial 149 2, 2, 564| part, of some community or particular group of the Christian faithful, 150 2, 2, 564| the norm of universal and particular law.~ 151 2, 2, 566| those which are granted by particular law or special delegation, 152 2, 3, 595| from the constitutions in particular cases.~ 153 2, 3, 647| designated for this purpose. In particular cases and as an exception, 154 2, 3, 706| property on behalf of the particular church; others, on behalf 155 2, 3, 713| help their brothers by a particular apostolic charity, and by 156 2, 3, 738| 3. The constitutions or particular agreements define the relations 157 3, 0, 749| morals, they agree that a particular proposition is to be held 158 3, 0, 753| conferences of bishops or in particular councils, do not possess 159 3, 0, 756| 2. With respect to the particular church entrusted to him, 160 3, 0, 763| expressly forbidden it in particular cases.~ 161 3, 0, 764| taken away the faculty or particular law requires express permission.~ 162 3, 0, 766| it seems advantageous in particular cases, according to the 163 3, 0, 782| missionary endeavors in their own particular churches.~ 164 3, 0 | COMMUNICATION AND BOOKS IN PARTICULAR (Cann. 822 - 832)~ 165 3, 0, 823| individually or gathered in particular councils or conferences 166 3, 0, 833| consultative vote an ecumenical or particular council, a synod of bishops, 167 4, 0, 834| sanctifying function in a particular way through the sacred liturgy, 168 4, 0, 835| Eucharist. Parents share in a particular way in this function by 169 4, 1, 868| according to the prescripts of particular law after the parents have 170 4, 1, 932| sacred place unless in a particular case necessity requires 171 4, 1, 967| bishop has denied it in a particular case.~§2. Those who possess 172 4, 1, 967| ordinary has denied it in a particular case, without prejudice 173 4, 1, 967| superior has denied it in a particular case as regards his own 174 4, 1, 985| students freely request it in particular cases.~ 175 4, 1, 1062| engagement, is governed by the particular law established by the conference 176 4, 2, 1177| the death occurred unless particular law has designated another 177 4, 2, 1182| according to the norm of particular law.~ 178 4, 3, 1243| Can. 1243 Particular law is to establish appropriate 179 5, 0, 1254| and the Apostolic See, the particular churches, as well as any 180 5, 0, 1262| conditions, without prejudice to particular laws and customs which attribute 181 5, 0, 1275| limits of universal and particular law.~ 182 5, 0, 1278| the goods belong unless particular law, statutes, or legitimate 183 5, 0, 1283| each year; it is left to particular law, however, to require 184 5, 0, 1286| norms to be determined by particular law, administrators are 185 5, 0, 1289| Can. 1290 The general and particular provisions which the civil 186 5, 0, 1302| time, to be determined by particular law, of celebrating Masses 187 5, 0, 1303| each place or region.~§2. Particular law is to define additional 188 6, 1, 1314| appraisal of a judge.~§3. Particular law also can add other penalties 189 6, 1, 1314| or facultative penalty, particular law can also establish a 190 6, 1, 1316| ecclesiastical discipline. Particular law, however, cannot establish 191 6, 1, 1318| cann. 1317 and 1318 about particular laws have been observed.~ 192 6, 1, 1326| Can. 1327 Particular law can establish other 193 6, 1, 1361| punished in the common law if particular law has established another 194 7, 1, 1470| Can. 1470 §1. Unless particular law provides otherwise, 195 7, 2, 1509| the norms established in particular law.~§2. The fact of notification 196 7, 2, 1520| months, the trial is abated.~Particular law can establish other 197 7, 2, 1561| ask the questions, unless particular law provides otherwise.~ 198 7, 2, 1580| experts, with due regard for particular law.~ 199 7, 2, 1651| separately according to the particular nature of the cases.~ 200 7, 2, 1653| Can. 1653 §1. Unless particular law establishes otherwise, 201 7, 3, 1672| civil magistrate unless particular law establishes that an 202 7, 3, 1692| is legitimately made in particular places, a decree of the


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