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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | whole Catholic world, I order today, January 25, 1983, 2 Intr | rather to create such an order in the ecclesial society 3 Intr | indispensable instrument to ensure order both in individual and social 4 Intr | must also have norms: in order that its hierarchical and 5 Intr | structure be visible; in order that the exercise of the 6 Intr | adequately organized; in order that the mutual relations 7 Intr | guaranteed and well-defined; in order, finally, that common initiatives 8 Intr | an efficacious means in order that the Church may progress 9 Intr | Code as it has been set in order and revised. I command that 10 Intr | of all those concerned in order that it may be observed. 11 Intr | binding force, I declare and order that they will have the 12 Intr | one another, was put in order again through the private 13 Intr | ecclesiastical discipline.~4. In order that the Supreme Legislator 14 Intr | rooted in the hierarchical order of the Church, it is expedient 15 Intr | abuses are removed.~7. In order that such objectives may 16 Intr | of Superiors General) in order that they might express 17 Intr | stage of the process.~The order in which the schemata were 18 Intr | examination and judgment. In order to highlight even more the 19 Intr | session was convoked by order of the Supreme Pontiff to 20 1, 0, 13| which provide for public order, which determine the formalities 21 1, 0, 49| something, especially in order to urge the observance of 22 1, 0 | V.~STATUTES AND RULES OF ORDER (Cann. 94 - 95)~ 23 1, 0, 95| Can. 95 §1. Rules of order (ordines) are rules or norms, 24 1, 0, 95| proceeding.~§2. These rules of order bind those who participate 25 1, 0, 127| established by law that in order to place acts a superior 26 1, 0, 127| established by law that in order to place acts a superior 27 1, 0, 150| exercise of the priestly order is required cannot be conferred 28 1, 0, 199| the exercise of a sacred order;~7/ the right of visitation 29 2, 1, 225| to imbue and perfect the order of temporal affairs with 30 2, 1, 229| and condition of each in order for them to be able to live 31 2, 1, 236| the duties proper to that order:~1/ young men are to live 32 2, 1, 243| of the students and the order of the entire seminary.~ 33 2, 1, 258| Can. 258 In order that students also learn 34 2, 1, 276| service of His people.~§2. In order to be able to pursue this 35 2, 1, 298| which animate the temporal order with a Christian spirit.~§ 36 2, 1, 306| Can. 306 In order for a person to possess 37 2, 1, 327| to animate the temporal order with the Christian spirit 38 2, 2, 338| council and establish the order to be observed in a council. 39 2, 2, 341| and promulgated at his order.~§2. To have obligatory 40 2, 2, 350| three orders: the episcopal order, to which belong cardinals 41 2, 2, 350| cardinals; the presbyteral order and the diaconal order.~§ 42 2, 2, 350| presbyteral order and the diaconal order.~§2. The Roman Pontiff assigns 43 2, 2, 350| Pontiff and with priority of order and promotion observed, 44 2, 2, 350| cardinals from the presbyteral order can transfer to another 45 2, 2, 350| cardinals from the diaconal order to another diaconia and 46 2, 2, 350| have been in the diaconal order for ten full years, even 47 2, 2, 350| even to the presbyteral order.~§6. A cardinal transferring 48 2, 2, 350| choice from the diaconal order to the presbyteral order 49 2, 2, 350| order to the presbyteral order takes precedence offer all 50 2, 2, 351| ordained at least into the order of the presbyterate and 51 2, 2, 353| which they are gathered by order of the Roman Pontiff who 52 2, 2, 355| cardinal from the episcopal order.~§2. The senior cardinal 53 2, 2, 407| Can. 407 §1. In order to foster the present and 54 2, 2, 413| another priest, following the order of persons established in 55 2, 2, 447| faithful of their territory in order to promote the greater good 56 2, 2, 455| decrees mentioned in §1, in order to be enacted validly in 57 2, 2, 459| ones, are to be fostered in order to promote and protect the 58 2, 2, 491| systematically ordered in it.~§3. In order to inspect or remove the 59 2, 2, 521| one must be in the sacred order of the presbyterate.~§2. 60 2, 2, 529| Can. 529 §1. In order to fulfill his office diligently, 61 2, 2, 533| the time of vacation. In order to be absent from the parish 62 2, 2, 545| necessary or opportune in order to carry out the pastoral 63 2, 2, 546| one must be in the sacred order of the presbyterate.~ 64 2, 2, 560| considers it opportune, he can order a rector to celebrate in 65 2, 3, 591| Can. 591 In order to provide better for the 66 2, 3, 592| Can. 592 §1. In order better to foster the communion 67 2, 3, 604| consecrated life is the order of virgins who, expressing 68 2, 3, 604| service of the Church.~§2. In order to observe their own resolution 69 2, 3, 623| Can. 623 In order for members to be appointed 70 2, 3, 631| to determine further the order to be observed in the celebration 71 2, 3, 713| assistance they offer to order temporal things according 72 2, 3, 730| Can. 730 In order for a member of a secular 73 3, 0, 747| principles, even about the social order, and to render judgment 74 3, 0, 754| of the Church issues in order to propose doctrine and 75 3, 0, 823| Can. 823 §1. In order to preserve the integrity 76 3, 0, 832| of the constitutions in order to publish writings dealing 77 3, 0, 833| those to be promoted to the order of the diaconate;~7/ in 78 4, 0, 838| for the Apostolic See to order the sacred liturgy of the 79 4, 1, 841| and reception and to the order to be observed in their 80 4, 1, 850| administered according to the order prescribed in the approved 81 4, 1, 851| initiation, according to the order of initiation adapted by 82 4, 1, 858| local ordinary can permit or order for the convenience of the 83 4, 1, 998| suVering and glorified Lord in order that he relieve and save 84 4, 1, 1000| anointings with the words, order, and manner prescribed in 85 4, 1, 1026| must possess due freedom in order to be ordained. It is absolutely 86 4, 1, 1028| candidates are promoted to any order, they are instructed properly 87 4, 1, 1028| things which belong to the order and its obligations.~ 88 4, 1, 1029| qualities in keeping with the order to be received.~ 89 4, 1, 1031| are to be admitted to the order of deacon only after completing 90 4, 1, 1032| exercising the diaconal order, for a suitable time defined 91 4, 1, 1032| not to be promoted to this order unless he has completed 92 4, 1, 1036| Can. 1036 In order to be promoted to the order 93 4, 1, 1036| order to be promoted to the order of diaconate or of presbyterate, 94 4, 1, 1036| will receive the sacred order of his own accord and freely 95 4, 1, 1036| asks to be admitted to the order to be received.~ 96 4, 1, 1037| not to be admitted to the order of diaconate unless they 97 4, 1, 1038| from the exercise of the order received unless he is prevented 98 4, 1, 1039| 1039 All candidates for any order are to make a spiritual 99 4, 1, 1041| reserved to those in the order of episcopate or presbyterate 100 4, 1, 1041| while either lacking that order or prohibited from its exercise 101 4, 1, 1044| permits the exercise of the order.~ 102 4, 1, 1047| irregularities from exercising an order received mentioned in can. 103 4, 1, 1048| irregularity from exercising an order can exercise it, but without 104 4, 1, 1051| required to receive the order, that is, about the sound 105 4, 1, 1051| and psychic health;~2/ in order to conduct the investigation 106 4, 1, 1057| irrevocable covenant in order to establish marriage.~ 107 4, 1, 1079| arising from the sacred order of presbyterate.~§2. In 108 4, 1, 1103| compelled to choose marriage in order to be free from it.~ 109 4, 1, 1160| anew in canonical form in order to become valid, without 110 4, 2, 1188| moderate number and in suitable order so that the Christian people 111 4, 3, 1249| in his or her own way. In order for all to be united among 112 5, 0, 1253| purposes are principally: to order divine worship, to care 113 5, 0, 1265| the local ordinary can order the taking up of a special 114 5, 0, 1295| whom and against whom in order to vindicate the rights 115 6, 1, 1324| are sought deliberately in order to commit or excuse a delict, 116 6, 1, 1325| of authority or office in order to commit the delict;~3/ 117 6, 1, 1327| or omitted something in order to commit a delict and yet, 118 6, 1, 1335| 1/ a prohibition or an order concerning residence in 119 6, 1, 1336| religious; however, the order to reside in a certain place 120 6, 1, 1336| religious.~§2. To impose an order to reside in a certain place 121 6, 1, 1338| or a grave disturbance of order, in a manner accommodated 122 6, 2, 1377| promoted to the sacerdotal order;~2/ apart from the case 123 6, 2, 1382| year from conferring the order. The person who has received 124 6, 2, 1382| facto suspended from the order received.~ 125 7, 1, 1424| to assign the judges in order by turn to adjudicate individual 126 7, 1, 1433| of a party is required in order for the judge to be able 127 7, 1, 1452| considers it necessary in order to avoid a gravely unjust 128 7, 1 | CHAPTER II.~THE ORDER OF ADJUDICATION~ 129 7, 1, 1458| to be adjudicated in the order in which they were presented 130 7, 1, 1478| their own delicts or at the order of the judge; otherwise, 131 7, 1, 1496| a person can obtain an order to restrain another from 132 7, 2, 1503| however, the judge is to order the notary to put the act 133 7, 2, 1513| judge within ten days in order to change them; a decree 134 7, 2, 1545| Can. 1545 The judge can order a document common to both 135 7, 2, 1574| precepts of art or science in order to establish some fact or 136 7, 2, 1582| Can. 1582 If, in order to decide a case, the judge 137 7, 2, 1582| heard the parties, is to order it by a decree describing 138 7, 2, 1600| The judge, moreover, can order or allow a document to be 139 7, 2, 1604| in writing, the judge can order a moderate oral debate to 140 7, 2, 1604| session of the tribunal in order to explain certain questions.~ 141 7, 2, 1609| present their conclusions in order of precedence, always beginning, 142 7, 2, 1612| sentence must express in order the judge or the tribunal, 143 7, 2, 1642| also declare ex officio in order to prevent a new introduction 144 7, 2, 1644| to a higher tribunal in order to obtain a new presentation 145 7, 2, 1647| petition has been made in order to delay the execution, 146 7, 2, 1650| the appellate judge can order ex officio or at the request 147 7, 2, 1659| foundation, the judge is to order within three days by a decree 148 7, 2, 1670| trial are to be observed. In order to expedite matters without 149 7, 3, 1679| proofs from elsewhere, in order to evaluate the depositions 150 7, 3, 1699| of the juridical or moral order, however, the diocesan bishop 151 7, 3, 1705| can be brought forth in order to resubmit the petition.~ 152 7, 3, 1706| as soon as possible will order the pastor both of the place 153 7, 3, 1713| Can. 1713 In order to avoid judicial contentions 154 7, 3, 1716| ecclesiastical controversy, in order to have force in the canonical 155 7, 4, 1718| to the norm of §1 and in order to avoid useless trials, 156 7, 5, 1737| 1736, §2, the superior can order the execution to be suspended 157 7, 5, 1738| the superior always can order the person making recourse 158 7, 5, 1738| recourse to be present in order to be questioned.~ 159 7, 5, 1745| the bishop, the bishop, in order to act validly, is:~1/ to


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