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Code of Canon Law


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diocese
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | intention to hold a synod of the Diocese of Rome and to convoke an 2 1, 0, 102| parish or at least of a diocese, which either is joined 3 1, 0, 102| parish or at least of a diocese, which either is joined 4 1, 0, 102| within the territory of a diocese, even though not within 5 2, 1, 237| major seminary in every diocese; otherwise, the students 6 2, 1, 264| can impose a tax in the diocese to provide for the needs 7 2, 1, 264| which have a seat in the diocese are subject to the tax for 8 2, 1, 283| to be absent from their diocese for a notable period of 9 2, 1, 305| extent that they work in the diocese are subject to the vigilance 10 2, 1, 311| which already exist in a diocese, especially cooperating, 11 2, 1, 311| of the apostolate in the diocese.~ 12 2, 1, 312| section of an association in a diocese even if it is done by virtue 13 2, 1, 324| ministry legitimately in the diocese; nevertheless, he needs 14 2, 2, 350| dean holds as his title the Diocese of Ostia together with the 15 2, 2, 356| who have the care of some diocese as the diocesan bishop are 16 2, 2, 357| Rome and outside their own diocese are exempt from the power 17 2, 2, 357| governance of the bishop of the diocese in which they are residing.~ 18 2, 2, 369| Can. 369 A diocese is a portion of the people 19 2, 2, 371| yet been established as a diocese due to special circumstances 20 2, 2, 371| which is not erected as a diocese by the Supreme Pontiff due 21 2, 2, 372| God which constitutes a diocese or other particular church 22 2, 2, 374| Can. 374 §1. Every diocese or other particular church 23 2, 2, 376| to whom the care of some diocese is entrusted are called 24 2, 2, 377| the province to which the diocese to be provided for belongs 25 2, 2, 377| auxiliary should be given to his diocese is to propose to the Apostolic 26 2, 2, 381| A diocesan bishop in the diocese entrusted to him has all 27 2, 2, 382| canonical possession of the diocese. Nevertheless, he is able 28 2, 2, 382| already had in the same diocese at the time of promotion, 29 2, 2, 382| canonical possession of his diocese within four months of receipt 30 2, 2, 382| canonical possession of a diocese when he personally or through 31 2, 2, 382| apostolic letter in the same diocese to the college of consultors 32 2, 2, 383| a different rite in his diocese, he is to provide for their 33 2, 2, 388| taken possession of the diocese, he must apply a Mass for 34 2, 2, 389| or another church of his diocese, especially on holy days 35 2, 2, 390| functions in his entire diocese but not outside his own 36 2, 2, 390| but not outside his own diocese without the express, or 37 2, 2, 393| diocesan bishop represents his diocese in all its juridic affairs.~ 38 2, 2, 394| of the apostolate in the diocese and is to take care that 39 2, 2, 394| care that in the entire diocese or in its particular districts, 40 2, 2, 395| personal residence in the diocese.~§2. Apart from ad limina 41 2, 2, 395| he can be absent from his diocese for a reasonable cause but 42 2, 2, 395| makes provision so that the diocese will suffer no detriment 43 2, 2, 395| not to be absent from the diocese on Christmas, during Holy 44 2, 2, 395| illegitimately absent from the diocese for more than six months, 45 2, 2, 396| is obliged to visit the diocese annually either in whole 46 2, 2, 396| that he visits the entire diocese at least every Five years 47 2, 2, 397| located within the area of the diocese, are subject to ordinary 48 2, 2, 399| Pontiff on the state of the diocese entrusted to him, according 49 2, 2, 399| years of his governance of a diocese, a bishop can refrain from 50 2, 2, 400| presbyterium who resides in his diocese.~§3. An apostolic vicar 51 2, 2, 402| title of emeritus of his diocese and can retain a place of 52 2, 2, 402| place of residence in that diocese if he so desires, unless 53 2, 2, 402| obligation which binds the diocese he has served.~ ~ 54 2, 2, 403| the pastoral needs of a diocese suggest it, one or more 55 2, 2, 405| entire governance of the diocese and take his place if he 56 2, 2, 407| present and future good of the diocese as much as possible, a diocesan 57 2, 2, 409| becomes the bishop of the diocese for which he had been appointed 58 2, 2, 409| offer the governance of the diocese.~ 59 2, 2, 410| obliged to reside in the diocese.~Except for a brief time, 60 2, 2, 410| fulfill some duty outside the diocese or for vacation, which is 61 2, 2, 412| pastoral function in the diocese, so that he is not able 62 2, 2, 412| communicate with those in his diocese even by letter.~ 63 2, 2, 413| one, has governance of the diocese unless the Holy See has 64 2, 2, 413| taking possession of the diocese. The list, which must be 65 2, 2, 413| select a priest to govern the diocese.~§3. The one who has assumed 66 2, 2, 413| assumed the governance of a diocese according to the norm of §§ 67 2, 2, 414| exercise the pastoral care of a diocese temporarily and only for 68 2, 2, 414| the pastoral care of the diocese which a diocesan administrator 69 2, 2, 418| a bishop must claim the diocese to which he has been transferred ( 70 2, 2, 418| takes possession of the new diocese, however, the diocese from 71 2, 2, 418| new diocese, however, the diocese from which he has been transferred ( 72 2, 2, 418| canonical possession of the new diocese, a transferred bishop in 73 2, 2, 418| transferred bishop in the diocese from which he has been transferred:~ 74 2, 2, 419| administrator, the governance of a diocese devolves upon the auxiliary 75 2, 2, 419| assumes governance of the diocese is to convoke without delay 76 2, 2, 421| one who is to govern the diocese temporarily, within eight 77 2, 2, 423| the Finance officer of the diocese has been elected as administrator, 78 2, 2, 426| person who is to govern the diocese before the designation of 79 2, 2, 428| for the governance of the diocese are forbidden to do anything 80 2, 2, 428| prejudicial in some way to the diocese or episcopal rights. They, 81 2, 2, 429| obliged to reside in the diocese and to apply Mass for the 82 2, 2, 430| taken possession of the diocese.~§2. The removal of a diocesan 83 2, 2, 435| is the archbishop of his diocese, presides offer an ecclesiastical 84 2, 2, 436| were a bishop in his own diocese in all churches, but he 85 2, 2, 462| temporarily presides offer a diocese.~§2. The diocesan bishop 86 2, 2, 463| which have a house in the diocese, chosen in a number and 87 2, 2, 469| governance of the whole diocese, especially in guiding pastoral 88 2, 2, 469| the administration of the diocese, and in exercising judicial 89 2, 2, 472| the administration of the diocese.~ 90 2, 2, 473| administration of the whole diocese are duly coordinated and 91 2, 2, 475| Can. 475 §1. In each diocese the diocesan bishop must 92 2, 2, 475| governance of the whole diocese.~§2. As a general rule, 93 2, 2, 475| appointed unless the size of the diocese, the number of inhabitants, 94 2, 2, 476| correct governance of a diocese requires it, the diocesan 95 2, 2, 476| in a specific part of the diocese or in a certain type of 96 2, 2, 479| executive power offer the whole diocese which belongs to the diocesan 97 2, 2, 486| documents which regard the diocese or parishes must be protected 98 2, 2, 486| temporal affairs of the diocese are to be safeguarded after 99 2, 2, 491| historical archive in the diocese and that documents having 100 2, 2, 492| Can. 492 §1. In every diocese a Finance council is to 101 2, 2, 493| entire governance of the diocese in the coming year and at 102 2, 2, 494| Can. 494 §1. In every diocese, after having heard the 103 2, 2, 494| administer the goods of the diocese under the authority of the 104 2, 2, 494| from the income of the diocese, to meet expenses which 105 2, 2, 495| Can. 495 §1. In each diocese a presbyteral council is 106 2, 2, 495| in the governance of the diocese according to the norm of 107 2, 2, 498| priests incardinated in the diocese;~2/ secular priests not 108 2, 2, 498| not incardinated in the diocese and priests who are members 109 2, 2, 498| life, who reside in the diocese and exercise some office 110 2, 2, 498| office for the good of the diocese.~§2. To the extent that 111 2, 2, 498| or quasi-domicile in the diocese.~ 112 2, 2, 499| and various regions of the diocese.~ 113 2, 2, 501| to it for the good of the diocese or gravely abuses it, the 114 2, 2, 508| forum outsiders within the diocese and members of the diocese 115 2, 2, 508| diocese and members of the diocese even outside the territory 116 2, 2, 508| outside the territory of the diocese from undeclared latae sentential 117 2, 2, 511| Can. 511 In every diocese and to the extent that pastoral 118 2, 2, 511| to pastoral works in the diocese.~ 119 2, 2, 512| God which constitutes the diocese, with consideration given 120 2, 2, 512| the different areas of the diocese, social conditions and professions, 121 2, 2, 525| another who governs the diocese temporarily:~1/ to install 122 2, 2, 529| the presbyterium of the diocese, also working so that the 123 2, 2, 529| themselves members of the diocese and of the universal Church, 124 2, 2, 534| day of obligation in his diocese. If he is legitimately impeded 125 2, 3, 667| of nuns which are in his diocese and, for a grave cause and 126 2, 3, 679| institute from residing in the diocese if his or her major superior, 127 2, 3, 682| ecclesiastical office in a diocese upon some religious, the 128 2, 3, 691| however, the bishop of the diocese in which the house of assignment 129 2, 3, 693| incardinates him in the diocese or at least receives him 130 2, 3, 693| is incardinated into the diocese by the law itself after 131 2, 3, 700| belongs to the bishop of the diocese where the house to which 132 2, 3, 701| who receives him into the diocese after an appropriate probation 133 2, 3, 707| 2. If he has served some diocese, can. 402, §2 is to be observed 134 2, 3, 715| members incardinated in a diocese are subject to the diocesan 135 2, 3, 738| member incardinated in a diocese with his own bishop.~ 136 3, 0, 805| Can. 805 For his own diocese, the local ordinary has 137 3, 0, 819| extent that the good of a diocese, a religious institute, 138 4, 1, 886| 886 §1. A bishop in his diocese legitimately administers 139 4, 1, 886| confirmation licitly in another diocese, a bishop needs at least 140 4, 1, 952| the custom in force in the diocese is to be observed.~§3. Members 141 4, 1, 955| over the sum fixed in the diocese was given for him personally. 142 4, 1, 1016| bishop is the bishop of the diocese in which the candidate has 143 4, 1, 1016| domicile or the bishop of the diocese to which the candidate is 144 4, 1, 1016| it is the bishop of the diocese in which the candidate was 145 4, 1, 1025| to the service of another diocese must be sure that the one 146 4, 1, 1025| be attached to this other diocese.~ ~ 147 4, 3, 1215| establish a new house in the diocese or the city, they must also 148 5, 0, 1262| tax for the needs of the diocese upon public juridic persons 149 5, 0, 1273| Can. 1274 §1. Each diocese is to have a special institute 150 5, 0, 1273| service for the benefit of the diocese, unless provision is made 151 5, 0, 1273| Insofar as necessary, each diocese is to establish a common 152 5, 0, 1273| the various needs of the diocese and through which the richer 153 5, 0, 1276| economic condition of the diocese. In addition to the cases 154 5, 0, 1291| alienate the goods of the diocese.~§2. The permission of the 155 5, 0, 1301| designated for some place or diocese or for the assistance of 156 5, 0, 1307| legitimately established in the diocese, provided that there is 157 6, 1, 1336| rehabilitated even from outside the diocese.~ 158 7, 1, 1418| Can. 1419 §1. In each diocese and for all cases not expressly 159 7, 1, 1419| unless the small size of the diocese or the small number of cases 160 7, 1, 1420| Can. 1421 §1. In a diocese, the bishop is to appoint 161 7, 1, 1429| is to be appointed in a diocese for contentious cases which 162 7, 1, 1431| is to be appointed in a diocese for cases concerning the 163 7, 2, 1653| otherwise, the bishop of the diocese in which the sentence was 164 7, 3, 1692| divine law, the bishop of the diocese of the residence of the 165 7, 3, 1700| tribunal, that of another diocese, or a suitable priest.~§ 166 7, 3, 1708| or the ordinary in whose diocese the cleric was ordained 167 7, 5, 1733| can determine that each diocese establish in a stable manner


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