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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
sacred
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | to it, especially that of sacred power and of the administration 2 Intr | customary to collect the sacred canons into one book to 3 Intr | observance especially by sacred ministers, since “no priest 4 Intr | permitted to be ignorant of the sacred canons” as Pope Celestine 5 Intr | Priests are to know the sacred scripture and the canons” 6 Intr | he became a member of the Sacred College of Cardinals and 7 Intr | general norms,” “the sacred hierarchy,” “institutes 8 Intr | establish a study group on “sacred places and times and divine 9 Intr | teaching office, the schema on sacred times and places and divine 10 Intr | animadversions submitted by the sacred congregations, tribunals 11 Intr | direct the exercise of the sacred ministry. To each person 12 1, 0, 129| Those who have received sacred orders are qualified, according 13 1, 0, 199| requires the exercise of a sacred order;~7/ the right of visitation 14 2, 1, 206| them to the celebration of sacred rites, it already grants 15 2, 1, 207| Christian faithful in the Church sacred ministers who in law are 16 2, 1, 207| by means of vows or other sacred bonds recognized and sanctioned 17 2, 1, 212| obedience those things which the sacred pastors, inasmuch as they 18 2, 1, 212| duty to manifest to the sacred pastors their opinion on 19 2, 1, 213| receive assistance from the sacred pastors out of the spiritual 20 2, 1, 218| 218 Those engaged in the sacred disciplines have a just 21 2, 1, 228| qualified to be admitted by the sacred pastors to those ecclesiastical 22 2, 1, 229| fuller knowledge of the sacred sciences which are taught 23 2, 1, 229| authority a mandate to teach the sacred sciences.~ 24 2, 1 | TITLE III.~SACRED MINISTERS OR CLERICS (Cann. 25 2, 1, 232| who are designated for the sacred ministries.~ 26 2, 1, 233| so that the needs of the sacred ministry in the universal 27 2, 1, 233| of the importance of the sacred ministry and of the need 28 2, 1, 233| themselves called to the sacred ministries are prudently 29 2, 1, 237| who are preparing for the sacred ministries are to be entrusted 30 2, 1, 241| themselves permanently to the sacred ministries; he is to consider 31 2, 1, 247| burdens which are proper to sacred ministers of the Church; 32 2, 1, 248| and solid learning in the sacred disciplines along with a 33 2, 1, 252| are to be instructed in sacred scripture with special diligence 34 2, 1, 252| comprehensive view of the whole of sacred scripture.~§3. There are 35 2, 1, 252| word of God together with sacred tradition; through these, 36 2, 1, 253| teachers are appointed to teach sacred scripture, dogmatic theology, 37 2, 1, 256| particular manner pertain to the sacred ministry, especially in 38 2, 1, 257| prepared to exercise the sacred ministry there, that is, 39 2, 1, 259| view to the conferral of sacred ordination.~ 40 2, 1, 271| where they will exercise the sacred ministry. He is also to 41 2, 1, 271| had been dedicated to the sacred ministry there.~§3. For 42 2, 1, 276| from the two-fold table of sacred scripture and the Eucharist; 43 2, 1, 277| special gift of God by which sacred ministers can adhere more 44 2, 1, 279| priesthood, clerics are to pursue sacred studies and are to strive 45 2, 1, 279| solid doctrine founded in sacred scripture, handed on by 46 2, 1, 279| fuller knowledge of the sacred sciences and pastoral methods.~§ 47 2, 1, 279| which are connected with the sacred sciences, particularly insofar 48 2, 1, 289| clerics and candidates for sacred orders are not to volunteer 49 2, 1, 290| 290 Once validly received, sacred ordination never becomes 50 2, 1, 290| declares the invalidity of sacred ordination;~2/ by a judicial 51 2, 1, 290| declares the invalidity of sacred ordination;~3/ by rescript 52 2, 1, 302| assume the exercise of sacred orders, and are recognized 53 2, 2, 375| of doctrine, priests of sacred worship, and ministers of 54 2, 2, 378| at least a licentiate in sacred scripture, theology, or 55 2, 2, 397| Catholic institutions, and sacred things and places, which 56 2, 2, 436| dioceses. He can perform sacred functions, however, as if 57 2, 2, 521| validly, one must be in the sacred order of the presbyterate.~§ 58 2, 2, 528| consciously and actively in the sacred liturgy which, under the 59 2, 2, 535| adoption, of the reception of sacred orders, of perpetual profession 60 2, 2, 546| validly, one must be in the sacred order of the presbyterate.~ 61 2, 2, 555| to the prescripts of the sacred liturgy, that the beauty 62 2, 2, 555| elegance of churches and sacred furnishings are maintained 63 2, 2, 555| the registers, documents, sacred furnishings, and other things 64 2, 2, 561| sacraments, or perform other sacred functions in the church 65 2, 2, 562| obliged to see to it that sacred functions are celebrated 66 2, 2, 562| maintenance and beauty of sacred furnishings and buildings 67 2, 3, 573| Church. Through vows or other sacred bonds according to the proper 68 2, 3, 587| the proper object of the sacred bonds.~§2. A code of this 69 2, 3, 588| assumes the exercise of sacred orders, and is recognized 70 2, 3, 588| include the exercise of sacred orders.~ 71 2, 3, 590| superior by reason of the sacred bond of obedience.~ 72 2, 3, 603| confirmed by vow or other sacred bond, and observes a proper 73 2, 3, 611| 1215, §3 and to perform sacred ministries, after the requirements 74 2, 3, 619| to the celebration of the sacred liturgy. They are to be 75 2, 3, 643| is currently bound by a sacred bond to some institute of 76 2, 3, 652| read and meditate on the sacred scriptures; they are to 77 2, 3, 652| the worship of God in the sacred liturgy; they are to learn 78 2, 3, 652| love for the Church and its sacred pastors.~§3. Conscious of 79 2, 3, 663| daily, to receive the most sacred Body of Christ, and to adore 80 2, 3, 663| themselves to the reading of sacred scripture and mental prayer, 81 2, 3, 663| faithfully an annual period of sacred retreat.~ 82 2, 3, 696| repeated violations of the sacred bonds; stubborn disobedience 83 2, 3, 701| cleric, he cannot exercise sacred orders until he finds a 84 2, 3, 701| permits him to exercise sacred orders.~ 85 2, 3, 712| constitutions are to establish the sacred bonds by which the evangelical 86 2, 3, 713| apostolic charity, and by their sacred ministry among the people 87 2, 3, 719| Fitting way to the reading of sacred scripture, to observe an 88 2, 3, 720| or for the assumption of sacred bonds, whether temporary 89 2, 3, 721| is bound currently by a sacred bond in some institute of 90 2, 3, 722| probation before first taking on sacred bonds in the institute; 91 2, 3, 723| counsels strengthened by a sacred bond or is to depart from 92 2, 3, 724| the first assumption of sacred bonds is to be continued 93 2, 3, 726| from the renewal of the sacred bonds.~§2. For a grave cause, 94 3, 0, 750| under the leadership of the sacred magisterium; therefore all 95 3, 0, 760| which must be based upon sacred scripture, tradition, liturgy, 96 3, 0, 762| Can. 762 Sacred ministers, among whose principal 97 3, 0, 767| to be explained from the sacred text during the course of 98 3, 0, 770| spiritual exercises and sacred missions or for other forms 99 3, 0, 815| which are to investigate the sacred disciplines or those connected 100 3, 0, 815| or those connected to the sacred and to instruct students 101 3, 0, 825| Can. 825 §1. Books of the sacred scriptures cannot be published 102 3, 0, 825| publish translations of the sacred scriptures provided with 103 3, 0, 827| questions pertaining to sacred scripture, theology, canon 104 3, 0, 833| according to the statutes of the sacred college;~3/ in the presence 105 4, 0, 834| particular way through the sacred liturgy, which is an exercise 106 4, 0, 834| of Jesus Christ. In the sacred liturgy the sanctification 107 4, 0, 834| proper to each sign. In the sacred liturgy, the whole public 108 4, 0, 836| faith and is based on it, sacred ministers are to take care 109 4, 0, 838| 1. The direction of the sacred liturgy depends solely on 110 4, 0, 838| Apostolic See to order the sacred liturgy of the universal 111 4, 0, 839| the prayers and pious and sacred exercises of the Christian 112 4, 1, 840| celebration of the sacraments the sacred ministers and the other 113 4, 1, 843| Can. 843 §1. Sacred ministers cannot deny the 114 4, 1, 929| deacons are to wear the sacred vestments prescribed by 115 4, 1, 932| is to be carried out in a sacred place unless in a particular 116 4, 1, 932| blessed altar; outside a sacred place a suitable table can 117 4, 1, 934| oratories, and chapels.~§2. In sacred places where the Most Holy 118 4, 1, 1008| the Christian faithful as sacred ministers through an indelible 119 4, 1, 1012| Can. 1012 The minister of sacred ordination is a consecrated 120 4, 1, 1024| baptized male alone receives sacred ordination validly.~ 121 4, 1, 1036| that he will receive the sacred order of his own accord 122 4, 1, 1041| marriage by a matrimonial bond, sacred orders, or a public perpetual 123 4, 1, 1043| aware of impediments to sacred orders, they are obliged 124 4, 1, 1050| person to be promoted to sacred orders, the following documents 125 4, 1, 1078| impediment arising from sacred orders or from a public 126 4, 1, 1079| impediment arising from the sacred order of presbyterate.~§ 127 4, 1, 1079| the properly delegated sacred minister, and the priest 128 4, 1, 1087| Can. 1087 Those in sacred orders invalidly attempt 129 4, 1, 1127| however, the presence of a sacred minister is required and 130 4, 2, 1166| Can. 1166 Sacramentals are sacred signs by which effects, 131 4, 2, 1171| Can. 1171 Sacred objects, which are designated 132 4, 2 | VENERATION OF THE SAINTS, SACRED IMAGES, AND RELICS (Cann. 133 4, 2, 1188| The practice of displaying sacred images in churches for the 134 4, 2, 1190| absolutely forbidden to sell sacred relics.~§2. Relics of great 135 4, 3 | PART III~: SACRED PLACES AND TIMES ~ 136 4, 3 | TITLE I:~SACRED PLACES (Cann. 1205 - 1243)~ ~ 137 4, 3, 1205| Can. 1205 Sacred places are those which are 138 4, 3, 1207| Can. 1207 Sacred places are blessed by the 139 4, 3, 1210| religion are permitted in a sacred place; anything not consonant 140 4, 3, 1211| Can. 1211 Sacred places are violated by gravely 141 4, 3, 1212| Can. 1212 Sacred places lose their dedication 142 4, 3, 1213| powers and functions in sacred places.~ 143 4, 3, 1214| term church is understood a sacred building designated for 144 4, 3, 1216| norms of the liturgy and of sacred art are to be observed, 145 4, 3, 1217| possible; the laws of the sacred liturgy are to be observed.~§ 146 4, 3, 1220| are to be used to protect sacred and precious goods.~ 147 4, 3, 1221| gratuitous during the time of sacred celebrations.~ 148 4, 3, 1225| Can. 1225 All sacred celebrations can be performed 149 4, 3, 1228| required for Mass or other sacred celebrations to take place 150 4, 3, 1230| understood a church or other sacred place to which numerous 151 4, 3, 1235| other places designated for sacred celebrations.~ 152 4, 3, 1238| blessing if the church or other sacred place is relegated to profane 153 4, 3, 1243| protecting and fostering their sacred character.~ ~ 154 4, 3 | TITLE II.~SACRED TIMES (Cann. 1244 - 1258) ~ 155 4, 3, 1248| because of the absence of a sacred minister or for another 156 4, 3, 1248| a parish church or other sacred place according to the prescripts 157 5, 0, 1253| to exercise works of the sacred apostolate and of charity, 158 5, 0, 1268| Can. 1269 If sacred objects are privately owned, 159 6, 2, 1364| prohibited participation in sacred rites (communicatio in sacris) 160 6, 2, 1374| or the legitimate use of sacred goods or other ecclesiastical 161 6, 2, 1375| profanes a movable or immovable sacred object is to be punished 162 6, 2, 1383| priestly function or another sacred ministry can be punished 163 7, 1, 1424| concerning the bond of sacred ordination; b) concerning 164 7, 1, 1431| concerning the nullity of sacred ordination or the nullity 165 7, 2, 1548| known to them by reason of sacred ministry; civil officials, 166 7, 3 | DECLARING THE NULLITY OF SACRED ORDINATION (Cann. 1708 - 167 7, 3, 1708| challenge the validity of sacred ordination.~ 168 7, 3, 1712| confirmed the nullity of sacred ordination, the cleric loses 169 7, 4, 1722| exclude the accused from the sacred ministry or from some office


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