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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | SCRIS Life and Mission of Religious in the Church (Plenaria 2 Intr | Canon Law: bishops, priests, religious, laity, experts in canon 3 Intr | 73 secular presbyters, 47 religious presbyters, 3 religious 4 Intr | religious presbyters, 3 religious women and 12 lay persons 5 Intr | the laity”; the group on “religious” was later called the group 6 1, 0, 103| Can. 103 Members of religious institutes and societies 7 1, 0, 134| major superiors of clerical religious institutes of pontifical 8 1, 0, 134| except the superiors of religious institutes and of societies 9 2, 1, 229| faculties or in institutes of religious sciences, by attending classes 10 2, 1, 234| institutions provide special religious formation together with 11 2, 1, 241| from another seminary or religious institute, testimony of 12 2, 1, 266| a perpetually professed religious or a definitively incorporated 13 2, 1, 303| share in the spirit of some religious institute while in secular 14 2, 1, 307| associations.~§3. Members of religious institutes can join associations 15 2, 1, 312| erection of a house of a religious institute is also valid 16 2, 1, 317| associations which members of religious institutes erect outside 17 2, 1, 317| associations which members of religious institutes erect in their 18 2, 1, 320| associations which members of religious institutes have erected 19 2, 2, 346| some members of clerical religious institutes elected according 20 2, 2, 346| some members of clerical religious institutes elected according 21 2, 2, 397| bishop can visit members of religious institutes of pontifical 22 2, 2, 443| territory;~2/ major superiors of religious institutes and societies 23 2, 2, 463| place;~9/ some superiors of religious institutes and of societies 24 2, 2, 498| who are members of some religious institute or society of 25 2, 2, 520| entrust a parish to a clerical religious institute or clerical society 26 2, 2, 535| perpetual profession made in a religious institute, and of change 27 2, 2, 538| pastor who is a member of a religious institute or is incardinated 28 2, 2, 555| 3/ of seeing to it that religious functions are celebrated 29 2, 2, 556| connected to a house of a religious community or society of 30 2, 2, 557| belongs to some clerical religious institute of pontifical 31 2, 2, 567| chaplain to a house of a lay religious institute without consulting 32 2, 3, 596| constitutions.~§2. In clerical religious institutes of pontifical 33 2, 3 | TITLE II.~RELIGIOUS INSTITUTES (Cann. 607 - 34 2, 3, 607| consecration of the whole person, religious life manifests in the Church 35 2, 3, 607| the future age. Thus the religious brings to perfection a total 36 2, 3, 607| of God in charity.~§2. A religious institute is a society in 37 2, 3, 607| witness to be rendered by religious to Christ and the Church 38 2, 3 | CHAPTER I.~RELIGIOUS HOUSES AND THEIR ERECTION 39 2, 3, 608| Can. 608 A religious community must live in a 40 2, 3, 609| Can. 609 §1. Houses of a religious institute are erected by 41 2, 3, 610| to carry out properly the religious life of the members according 42 2, 3, 611| diocesan bishop to erect a religious house of any institute entails 43 2, 3, 612| Can. 612 For a religious house to be converted to 44 2, 3, 613| Can. 613 §1. A religious house of canons regular 45 2, 3, 615| to another institute of religious in such a way that the superior 46 2, 3, 616| suppress a legitimately erected religious house according to the norm 47 2, 3, 628| visit even with respect to religious discipline:~1/ the autonomous 48 2, 3, 635| Since the temporal goods of religious institutes are ecclesiastical, 49 2, 3, 637| the Financial reports of a religious house of diocesan right.~ 50 2, 3, 639| institute must answer.~§3. If a religious has entered into a contract 51 2, 3, 639| contract entered into.~§5. Religious superiors are to take care 52 2, 3, 647| direction of some approved religious who acts in the place of 53 2, 3 | Art. 3.~RELIGIOUS PROFESSION~ 54 2, 3, 654| Can. 654 By religious profession, members assume 55 2, 3, 657| was made has elapsed, a religious who freely petitions and 56 2, 3, 657| profession; otherwise, the religious is to depart.~§2. If it 57 2, 3 | Art. 4.~THE FORMATION OF RELIGIOUS~ 58 2, 3, 661| Through their entire life, religious are to continue diligently 59 2, 3, 662| Can. 662 Religious are to have as the supreme 60 2, 3, 663| and foremost duty of all religious is to be the contemplation 61 2, 3, 664| Can. 664 Religious are to strive after conversion 62 2, 3, 665| Observing common life, religious are to live in their own 63 2, 3, 665| are to live in their own religious house and are not to be 64 2, 3, 665| member who is absent from a religious house illegitimately with 65 2, 3, 667| law, with some part of a religious house always reserved to 66 2, 3, 668| proper law.~§3. Whatever a religious acquires through personal 67 2, 3, 668| reason of the institute, the religious acquires for the institute. 68 2, 3, 668| institute. Whatever accrues to a religious in any way by reason of 69 2, 3, 668| A perpetually professed religious who wishes to renounce his 70 2, 3, 668| the same.~§5. A professed religious who has renounced his or 71 2, 3, 669| Can. 669 §1. Religious are to wear the habit of 72 2, 3, 669| of poverty.~§2. Clerical religious of an institute which does 73 2, 3, 671| Can. 671 A religious is not to accept functions 74 2, 3, 672| Can. 672 Religious are bound by the prescripts 75 2, 3, 672| 286, 287, and 289, and religious clerics additionally by 76 2, 3, 673| 673 The apostolate of all religious consists first of all in 77 2, 3, 675| action is to be informed by a religious spirit.~§2. Apostolic action 78 2, 3, 678| Can. 678 §1. Religious are subject to the power 79 2, 3, 678| an external apostolate, religious are also subject to their 80 2, 3, 678| works of the apostolate of religious, diocesan bishops and religious 81 2, 3, 678| religious, diocesan bishops and religious superiors must proceed through 82 2, 3, 679| can prohibit a member of a religious institute from residing 83 2, 3, 681| diocesan bishop entrusts to religious are subject to the authority 84 2, 3, 681| prejudice to the right of religious superiors according to the 85 2, 3, 682| office in a diocese upon some religious, the diocesan bishop appoints 86 2, 3, 682| diocesan bishop appoints the religious, with the competent superior 87 2, 3, 682| to the appointment.~§2. A religious can be removed from the 88 2, 3, 682| after having informed the religious superior or of the superior 89 2, 3, 683| or temporal, entrusted to religious, but not schools which are 90 2, 3, 683| discovered abuses and the religious superior has been warned 91 2, 3, 684| cannot transfer from one religious institute to another except 92 2, 3, 684| been obtained.~§3. For a religious to transfer from an autonomous 93 2, 3, 684| apostolic life or from them to a religious institute, permission of 94 2, 3, 689| institute.~§3. If, however, a religious becomes insane during the 95 2, 3, 689| make a new profession, the religious cannot be dismissed from 96 2, 3, 691| A perpetually professed religious is not to request an indult 97 2, 3, 691| considered before the Lord. The religious is to present a petition 98 2, 3, 700| where the house to which the religious has been attached is situated. 99 2, 3, 702| Those who depart from a religious institute legitimately or 100 2, 3, 703| expelled immediately from a religious house by the major superior 101 2, 3 | CHAPTER VII.~RELIGIOUS RAISED TO THE EPISCOPATE~ 102 2, 3, 705| Can. 705 A religious raised to the episcopate 103 2, 3, 706| Can. 706 The religious mentioned above:~1/ if he 104 2, 3, 707| Can. 707 §1. A retired religious bishop can choose a place 105 2, 3, 715| subject to the bishop like religious if they are appointed to 106 2, 3, 730| transfer to be made to a religious institute or to a society 107 2, 3, 731| their members, without religious vows, pursue the apostolic 108 3, 0, 752| not an assent of faith, a religious submission of the intellect 109 3, 0, 753| are bound to adhere with religious submission of mind to the 110 3, 0, 763| churches and oratories of religious institutes of pontifical 111 3, 0, 765| Can. 765 Preaching to religious in their churches or oratories 112 3, 0, 778| Can. 778 Religious superiors and superiors 113 3, 0, 790| All missionaries, even religious and their assistants living 114 3, 0, 799| youth also provide for their religious and moral education in the 115 3, 0, 801| Can. 801 Religious institutes whose proper 116 3, 0, 804| Can. 804 §1. The Catholic religious instruction and education 117 3, 0, 804| are designated teachers of religious instruction in schools, 118 3, 0, 806| even those which members of religious institutes have founded 119 3, 0, 806| for schools which these religious direct, without prejudice, 120 3, 0, 819| the good of a diocese, a religious institute, or even the universal 121 3, 0, 821| higher institutes of the religious sciences are established, 122 3, 0, 827| ecclesiastical history, and religious or moral disciplines cannot 123 3, 0, 831| clerics and members of religious institutes, however, are 124 3, 0, 831| for clerics and members of religious institutes to take part 125 3, 0, 832| Can. 832 Members of religious institutes also need permission 126 3, 0, 833| 8/ Superiors in clerical religious institutes and societies 127 4, 1, 911| a community in clerical religious institutes and societies 128 4, 1, 934| connected to the house of a religious institute or society of 129 4, 1, 936| Can. 936 In the house of a religious institute or some other 130 4, 1, 952| observed.~§3. Members of all religious institutes must also observe 131 4, 1, 957| superiors in churches of religious institutes or societies 132 4, 1, 968| their office, superiors of religious institutes or societies 133 4, 1, 969| Presbyters who are members of religious institutes, however, are 134 4, 1, 969| superior.~§2. The superior of a religious institute or society of 135 4, 1, 974| if he is a member of a religious institute, his competent 136 4, 1, 1019| major superior of a clerical religious institute of pontifical 137 4, 1, 1037| made perpetual vows in a religious institute.~ 138 4, 1, 1052| candidate is a member of a religious institute or a society of 139 4, 1, 1078| perpetual vow of chastity in a religious institute of pontifical 140 4, 1, 1088| perpetual vow of chastity in a religious institute invalidly attempt 141 4, 1, 1127| forbidden to have another religious celebration of the same 142 4, 1, 1127| Likewise, there is not to be a religious celebration in which the 143 4, 1, 1136| social, cultural, moral, and religious education of their offspring.~ 144 4, 2, 1179| Can. 1179 The funerals of religious or members of a society 145 4, 2, 1196| travelers;~2/ the superior of a religious institute or society of 146 4, 2, 1198| Can. 1198 Vows made before religious profession are suspended 147 4, 2, 1198| made the vow remains in the religious institute.~ 148 4, 3, 1215| be lacking.~§3. Although religious institutes have received 149 4, 3, 1241| Can. 1241 §1. Parishes and religious institutes can have their 150 4, 3, 1245| pious works. A superior of a religious institute or society of 151 5, 0, 1264| prejudice to the right of religious mendicants, any private 152 5, 0, 1265| including those which belong to religious institutes, the local ordinary 153 5, 0, 1301| entrusted to a member of a religious institute or society of 154 5, 0, 1301| ordinary of the member in other religious institutes.~ 155 5, 0, 1307| moderator of a clerical religious institute of pontifical 156 6, 1, 1319| local ordinary can coerce religious with penalties in all those 157 6, 1, 1336| affect both clerics and religious; however, the order to reside 158 6, 1, 1336| limits of the constitutions, religious.~§2. To impose an order 159 6, 2, 1369| force against a cleric or religious out of contempt for the 160 6, 2, 1391| Can. 1392 Clerics or religious who exercise a trade or 161 6, 2, 1393| A perpetually professed religious who is not a cleric and 162 7, 1, 1404| and a supreme moderator of religious institutes of pontifical 163 7, 1, 1426| is a controversy between religious or houses of the same clerical 164 7, 1, 1426| houses of the same clerical religious institute of pontifical 165 7, 1, 1426| between physical or juridic religious persons of different religious 166 7, 1, 1426| religious persons of different religious institutes or of the same 167 7, 1, 1426| institute, or between a religious and a secular cleric or 168 7, 2, 1653| can. 1439, §3.~§3. Among religious the execution of the sentence 169 7, 5, 1742| pastors who are members of a religious institute or a society of


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