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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
care
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | be observed. The greatest care has therefore been taken 2 Intr | entrust it to the watchful care of all those concerned in 3 Intr | to expedite the pastoral care of the people of God in 4 Intr | be viewed in terms of the care of souls in view of external 5 Intr | To foster the pastoral care of souls as much as possible, 6 Intr | bishops may collaborate in the care of souls and may exercise 7 Intr | considered with the utmost care and diligence. This was 8 1, 0, 105| under the guardianship or care of another has the domicile 9 1, 0, 122| approved statutes, must take care personally or through an 10 1, 0, 141| that person is to take care of the affair whose mandate 11 1, 0, 150| office which entails the full care of souls and for whose fulfillment 12 1, 0, 151| office which entails the care of souls is not to be deferred 13 1, 0, 195| same authority is to take care that the support is provided 14 2, 1, 206| The Church has a special care for catechumens; while it 15 2, 1, 226| parents particularly to take care of the Christian education 16 2, 1, 227| however, they are to take care that their actions are imbued 17 2, 1, 253| recognized by the Holy See.~§2. Care is to be taken that diVerent 18 2, 1, 257| diocesan bishop is to take care that clerics intending to 19 2, 1, 260| rector, to whom it belongs to care for the daily supervision 20 2, 1, 261| for their part are to take care that the students observe 21 2, 1, 263| common counsel must take care that provision is made for 22 2, 1, 281| exercised, however, are to take care of the needs of themselves 23 2, 1, 305| authority which is to take care that the integrity of faith 24 2, 1, 311| their institute are to take care that these associations 25 2, 1, 328| apostolic privilege, are to take care that their associations 26 2, 1, 329| of the laity are to take care that the members of the 27 2, 2, 333| churches entrusted to their care.~§2. In fulfilling the office 28 2, 2, 349| especially in the daily care of the universal Church.~ 29 2, 2, 356| Cardinals who have the care of some diocese as the diocesan 30 2, 2, 370| territorially and whose care, due to special circumstances, 31 2, 2, 371| reasons and whose pastoral care is entrusted to an apostolic 32 2, 2, 374| 2. To foster pastoral care through common action, several 33 2, 2, 376| 376 Bishops to whom the care of some diocese is entrusted 34 2, 2, 383| faithful entrusted to his care, of whatever age, condition, 35 2, 2, 383| use of ordinary pastoral care because of the condition 36 2, 2, 384| protect their rights and take care that they correctly fulfill 37 2, 2, 384| them.~He also is to take care that provision is made for 38 2, 2, 385| consecrated life, with special care shown for priestly and missionary 39 2, 2, 386| morals. He is also to take care that the prescripts of the 40 2, 2, 387| faithful entrusted to his care grow in grace through the 41 2, 2, 394| the diocese and is to take care that in the entire diocese 42 2, 2, 398| diligence. He is to take care that he does not burden 43 2, 2, 402| conference of bishops must take care that suitable and decent 44 2, 2, 414| to exercise the pastoral care of a diocese temporarily 45 2, 2, 414| exercise of the pastoral care of the diocese which a diocesan 46 2, 2, 428| 2. Those who temporarily care for the governance of the 47 2, 2, 445| its own territory, takes care that provision is made for 48 2, 2, 446| the president is to take care that all the acts of the 49 2, 2, 457| council of bishops to take care that the agenda for a plenary 50 2, 2, 457| for the council to take care of other affairs which are 51 2, 2, 461| 2. If a bishop has the care of several dioceses or has 52 2, 2, 461| several dioceses or has the care of one as the proper bishop 53 2, 2, 463| by all those who have the care of souls there; also another 54 2, 2, 473| diocesan bishop must take care that all the affairs which 55 2, 2, 473| administrative affairs and to take care that the other members of 56 2, 2, 482| establishes otherwise, is to take care that acts of the curia are 57 2, 2, 486| protected with the greatest care.~§2. In every curia there 58 2, 2, 491| diocesan bishop is to take care that the acts and documents 59 2, 2, 491| diocesan bishop is also to take care that there is an historical 60 2, 2, 510| proper to the chapter, taking care that the pastor is not a 61 2, 2, 510| who above all is to take care that the pastoral needs 62 2, 2, 515| particular church, whose pastoral care is entrusted to a pastor ( 63 2, 2, 516| provide for their pastoral care in another way.~ 64 2, 2, 517| require it, the pastoral care of a parish or of different 65 2, 2, 517| that in exercising pastoral care one of them must be the 66 2, 2, 517| exercise of the pastoral care of a parish is to be entrusted 67 2, 2, 517| is to direct the pastoral care.~ 68 2, 2, 519| exercising the pastoral care of the community committed 69 2, 2, 520| parish or, if the pastoral care is entrusted to several 70 2, 2, 521| universal or particular law to care for the parish in question.~§ 71 2, 2, 524| to fulfill its parochial care, after weighing all the 72 2, 2, 526| is to have the parochial care of only one parish; nevertheless, 73 2, 2, 526| other circumstances, the care of several neighboring parishes 74 2, 2, 527| to carry out the pastoral care of a parish obtains this 75 2, 2, 527| of a parish obtains this care and is bound to exercise 76 2, 2, 528| this reason, he is to take care that the lay members of 77 2, 2, 528| He is to have particular care for the Catholic education 78 2, 2, 529| faithful entrusted to his care.~Therefore he is to visit 79 2, 2, 532| norm of law. He is to take care that the goods of the parish 80 2, 2, 533| faculties provides for the care of the parish.~ 81 2, 2, 534| 2. A pastor who has the care of several parishes is bound 82 2, 2, 535| advantage. The pastor is to take care that all of these things, 83 2, 2, 536| those who share in pastoral care by virtue of their office 84 2, 2, 542| Priests to whom the pastoral care of some parish or of different 85 2, 2, 542| 524;~3/ obtain pastoral care only from the moment of 86 2, 2, 543| 543 §1. If the pastoral care of some parish or of different 87 2, 2, 544| parish or parishes whose care is entrusted to the group 88 2, 2, 545| to carry out the pastoral care of a parish fittingly, one 89 2, 2, 548| provide for the pastoral care of the parish for which 90 2, 2, 550| local ordinary is to take care that some manner of common 91 2, 2, 555| 279, §2;~2/ is to take care that spiritual supports 92 2, 2, 555| vicar forane is to take care that the pastors of his 93 2, 2, 556| to whom is committed the care of some church which is 94 2, 2, 564| stable manner the pastoral care, at least in part, of some 95 2, 2, 566| faculties which proper pastoral care requires. In addition to 96 2, 2, 566| faithful entrusted to his care, of preaching the word of 97 2, 2, 568| themselves of the ordinary care of pastors because of the 98 2, 2, 570| that church, unless the care of the community or of the 99 2, 3, 576| also, for its part, to take care that the institutes grow 100 2, 3, 592| to them and are to take care about their observance.~ 101 2, 3, 594| remains under the special care of the diocesan bishop.~ 102 2, 3, 613| under the governance and care of its own moderator is 103 2, 3, 619| appropriately, solicitously to care for and visit the sick, 104 2, 3, 639| Religious superiors are to take care that they do not permit 105 2, 3, 642| Can. 642 With vigilant care, superiors are only to admit 106 2, 3, 652| the institute are to take care that they cooperate for 107 2, 3, 677| assist them with special care so that they are imbued 108 2, 3, 678| matters which regard the care of souls, the public exercise 109 2, 3, 687| dependent upon and under the care of superiors and also of 110 2, 3, 703| major superior is to take care to begin a process of dismissal 111 2, 3, 717| an institute are to take care that its unity of spirit 112 2, 3, 738| regard public worship, the care of souls, and other works 113 2, 3, 745| member remains under the care of the moderators. If it 114 2, 3, 745| is required, under whose care and dependence he also remains.~ 115 3, 0, 752| Christian faithful are to take care to avoid those things which 116 3, 0, 753| faithful entrusted to their care; the Christian faithful 117 3, 0, 757| pastors and others to whom the care of souls is entrusted with 118 3, 0, 767| rector of a church to take care that these prescripts are 119 3, 0, 771| common and ordinary pastoral care or lack it completely.~§ 120 3, 0, 771| the territory since the care of souls must also extend 121 3, 0, 773| pastors of souls to take care of the catechesis of the 122 3, 0, 775| conference of bishops to take care that catechisms are issued 123 3, 0, 776| pastor is bound to take care of the catechetical formation 124 3, 0, 777| bishop, a pastor is to take care in a special way:~1/ that 125 3, 0, 778| apostolic life are to take care that catechetical instruction 126 3, 0, 780| Local ordinaries are to take care that catechists are duly 127 3, 0, 787| Missionaries are to take care that they teach the truths 128 3, 0, 790| missionary action;~2/ to take care that appropriate agreements 129 3, 0, 792| assisted with adequate pastoral care.~ ~ 130 3, 0, 798| they are obliged to take care that suitable Catholic education 131 3, 0, 802| diocesan bishop to take care that they are established.~§ 132 3, 0, 806| Catholic schools are to take care under the watchfulness of 133 3, 0, 809| conferences of bishops are to take care that there are universities 134 3, 0, 811| ecclesiastical authority is to take care that in Catholic universities 135 3, 0, 813| to have earnest pastoral care for students, even by erecting 136 3, 0, 820| and faculties are to take care that the various faculties 137 3, 0, 822| same pastors are to take care to teach the faithful that 138 3, 0, 823| faithful entrusted to their care; the supreme authority of 139 4, 0, 836| sacred ministers are to take care to arouse and enlighten 140 4, 0, 839| Local ordinaries are to take care that the prayers and pious 141 4, 1, 843| function, have the duty to take care that those who seek the 142 4, 1, 847| them diligently with proper care.~ 143 4, 1, 848| authority, always taking care that the needy are not deprived 144 4, 1, 851| through others is to take care that the parents are properly 145 4, 1, 855| and the pastor are to take care that a name foreign to Christian 146 4, 1, 867| Parents are obliged to take care that infants are baptized 147 4, 1, 875| administers baptism is to take care that, unless a sponsor is 148 4, 1, 884| personally or is to take care that another bishop administers 149 4, 1, 885| bishop is ob-liged to take care that the sacrament of confir-mation 150 4, 1, 890| of parishes, are to take care that the faithful are properly 151 4, 1, 892| the sponsor is to take care that the confirmed person 152 4, 1, 914| duty of pastors, to take care that children who have reached 153 4, 1, 919| the infirm, and those who care for them can receive the 154 4, 1, 922| long; those who have the care of souls are to be zealous 155 4, 1, 938| church or oratory is to take care that the key of the tabernacle 156 4, 1, 962| exhortation that each person take care to make an act of contrition 157 4, 1, 964| confessional; it is to take care, however, that there are 158 4, 1, 986| 986 §1. All to whom the care of souls has been entrusted 159 4, 1, 1001| to the sick are to take care that the sick are consoled 160 4, 1, 1003| All priests to whom the care of souls has been entrusted 161 4, 1, 1028| competent superior is to take care that before candidates are 162 4, 1, 1032| to take part in pastoral care, exercising the diaconal 163 4, 1 | CHAPTER I.~PASTORAL CARE AND THOSE THINGS WHICH MUST 164 4, 1, 1063| souls are obliged to take care that their ecclesiastical 165 4, 1, 1064| the local ordinary to take care that such assistance is 166 4, 1, 1072| Pastors of souls are to take care to dissuade youth from the 167 4, 1, 1121| dispensation is to take care that the dispensation and 168 4, 1, 1128| pastors of souls are to take care that the Catholic spouse 169 4, 1, 1136| the primary right to take care as best they can for the 170 4, 1, 1148| local ordinary is to take care that the needs of the first 171 4, 2, 1177| those competent to take care of the funeral of a deceased 172 4, 2, 1180| those competent to take care of the burial of the deceased 173 4, 3, 1220| responsible are to take care that in churches such cleanliness 174 4, 3, 1220| is excluded.~§2. Ordinary care for preservation and fitting 175 4, 3, 1251| and parents are to take care that minors not bound by 176 5, 0, 1253| order divine worship, to care for the decent support of 177 5, 0, 1273| conference of bishops is to take care that there is an institute 178 5, 0, 1275| ordinaries are to take care of the ordering of the entire 179 5, 0, 1283| goods entrusted to their care are in no way lost or damaged, 180 5, 0, 1283| insofar as necessary;~2/ take care that the ownership of ecclesiastical 181 5, 0, 1283| loan or mortgage and take care that the capital debt itself 182 6, 1, 1315| diocesan bishops are to take care that if penal laws must 183 6, 1, 1334| whenever it is necessary to care for the faithful in danger 184 6, 1, 1340| 1341 An ordinary is to take care to initiate a judicial or 185 6, 1, 1349| the ordinary is to take care to provide for a person 186 6, 1, 1360| suggests otherwise.~§3. Care is to be taken that the 187 7, 1, 1453| and tribunals are to take care that all cases are completed 188 7, 1, 1465| Nevertheless, the judge is to take care that such an extension does 189 7, 2, 1593| judge, however, is to take care that the trial is not prolonged 190 7, 2, 1598| one; the judge is to take care, however, that the right 191 7, 3, 1685| local ordinary must take care that the declaration of 192 7, 4, 1717| entirely superfluous.~§2. Care must be taken so that the 193 7, 5, 1733| any contention and take care to seek an equitable solution


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