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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
function
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | People of God, The Teaching Function of the Church, The Sanctifying 2 Intr | Church, The Sanctifying Function of the Church, The Temporal 3 1, 0, 40| invalidly carries out his or her function before receiving the relevant 4 1, 0, 116| prescripts of the law, the proper function entrusted to them in view 5 1, 0, 145| ecclesiastical office is any function constituted in a stable 6 2, 1, 204| priestly, prophetic, and royal function, they are called to exercise 7 2, 1, 208| one’s own condition and function.~ 8 2, 1, 230| persons can fulfill the function of lector in liturgical 9 2, 1, 231| required to fulfill their function properly and to carry out 10 2, 1, 231| properly and to carry out this function conscientiously, eagerly, 11 2, 1, 239| been designated for this function by the bishop.~§3. The statutes 12 2, 1, 253| concerned are to appoint to the function of teacher in philosophical, 13 2, 1, 253| deficient in his or her function.~ 14 2, 1, 261| teachers properly perform their function according to the prescripts 15 2, 1, 274| and fulfill faithfully a function which their ordinary has 16 2, 1, 278| diligent fulfillment of the function entrusted to them by competent 17 2, 1, 281| account the nature of their function and the conditions of places 18 2, 1, 317| are able to exercise the function of moderator. A chaplain 19 2, 1, 317| assistant is not to assume that function unless the statutes provide 20 2, 2, 334| and institutes fulfill the function entrusted to them for the 21 2, 2, 337| bishops is to exercise its function collegially regarding the 22 2, 2, 347| the synod of bishops, the function entrusted in it to the bishops 23 2, 2, 347| session of the synod and the function entrusted to its members 24 2, 2, 348| by the Roman Pontiff. The function of all these ceases when 25 2, 2, 358| Roman Pontiff entrusts the function of representing him in some 26 2, 2, 358| fulfillment of a certain pastoral function as his special envoy (missus 27 2, 2, 360| Curia which performs its function in his name and by his authority 28 2, 2, 364| Can. 364 The principal function of a pontifical legate is 29 2, 2, 365| It is also the special function of a pontifical legate who 30 2, 2, 366| particular character of the function of a legate:~1/ the seat 31 2, 2, 367| Can. 367 The function of a pontifical legate does 32 2, 2, 375| bishops receive with the function of sanctifying also the 33 2, 2, 377| suited to the episcopal function.~§3. Unless it is legitimately 34 2, 2, 381| exercise of his pastoral function except for cases which the 35 2, 2, 383| 383 §1. In exercising the function of a pastor, a diocesan 36 2, 2, 409| not been designated to the function of diocesan administrator, 37 2, 2, 412| fulfilling his pastoral function in the diocese, so that 38 2, 2, 413| the impeded see and the function he has assumed.~ 39 2, 2, 415| bishop from exercising his function, the metropolitan or, if 40 2, 2, 425| designated validly to the function of diocesan administrator.~§ 41 2, 2, 430| Can. 430 §1. The function of a diocesan administrator 42 2, 2, 443| the territory a special function committed to them by the 43 2, 2, 450| same territory a special function entrusted to them by the 44 2, 2, 452| determine who is to perform the function of pro-president when the 45 2, 2, 471| promise to fulfill their function faithfully according to 46 2, 2, 478| handling matters.~§2. The function of vicar general and episcopal 47 2, 2, 478| neither be coupled with the function of canon penitentiary nor 48 2, 2, 481| episcopal see.~§2. When the function of the diocesan bishop is 49 2, 2, 482| appointed whose principal function, unless particular law establishes 50 2, 2, 494| be removed while in this function except for a grave cause 51 2, 2, 501| council does not fulfill the function entrusted to it for the 52 2, 2, 506| the performance of some function, and, attentive to the norms 53 2, 2, 508| priest to fulfill the same function.~ 54 2, 2, 531| performed a certain parochial function, that person is to put the 55 2, 2, 531| clerics fulfilling the same function.~ 56 2, 2, 539| exercising his pastoral function in the parish by reason 57 2, 2, 540| After he has completed his function, a parochial administrator 58 2, 2, 541| exercising his pastoral function and before the appointment 59 2, 2, 544| exercising his pastoral function, the parish or parishes 60 2, 2, 544| appointment is to fulfill this function.~ 61 2, 2, 571| exercise of his pastoral function, a chaplain is to preserve 62 2, 3, 588| character, and purpose a proper function defined by the founder or 63 2, 3, 617| Superiors are to fulfill their function and exercise their power 64 2, 3, 618| God in fulfilling their function, they are to govern their 65 2, 3, 622| within the limits of their function.~ 66 2, 3, 623| or elected validly to the function of superior, a suitable 67 2, 3, 624| from office during their function or be transferred to another 68 2, 3, 627| use in carrying out their function.~§2. In addition to the 69 2, 3, 628| institute designates for this function are to visit the houses 70 2, 3, 633| to fulfill faithfully the function entrusted to them according 71 2, 3, 638| within the limits of their function.~§3. For the validity of 72 2, 3, 651| duties, can carry out this function fruitfully and in a stable 73 2, 3, 676| participate in the pastoral function of the Church through spiritual 74 2, 3, 713| participate in the evangelizing function of the Church whether through 75 3 | BOOK III.~THE TEACHING FUNCTION OF THE CHURCH LIBER III. 76 3, 0, 756| the universal Church, the function of proclaiming the gospel 77 3, 0, 756| within it, exercises that function; sometimes several bishops 78 3, 0, 756| several bishops fulfill this function jointly with respect to 79 3, 0, 762| to all, are to hold the function of preaching in esteem since 80 3, 0, 775| catechetical office whose primary function is to assist individual 81 3, 0, 776| Can. 776 By virtue of his function, a pastor is bound to take 82 3, 0, 776| to promote and foster the function of parents in the family 83 3, 0, 780| prepared to fulfill their function properly, namely, that continuing 84 3, 0, 796| parents in fulfilling the function of education.~§2. Parents 85 3, 0, 807| fulfillment of the teaching function of the Church.~ 86 3, 0, 810| they are removed from their function when they lack these requirements; 87 3, 0, 815| Church by virtue of its function to announce the revealed 88 3, 0, 822| Church in fulfilling their function, are to endeavor to make 89 3, 0, 822| the Church exercises its function effectively through these 90 3, 0, 833| at the beginning of their function, pastors, the rector of 91 3, 0, 833| university, when the rector’s function begins; in the presence 92 3, 0, 833| morals, when they begin their function;~8/ Superiors in clerical 93 4, 0, 834| fulfills its sanctifying function in a particular way through 94 4, 0, 834| exercise of the priestly function of Jesus Christ. In the 95 4, 0, 835| exercise the sanctifying function; they are the high priests, 96 4, 0, 835| Presbyters also exercise this function; sharing in the priesthood 97 4, 0, 835| have their own part in the function of sanctifying by participating 98 4, 0, 835| a particular way in this function by leading a conjugal life 99 4, 0, 839| The Church carries out the function of sanctifying also by other 100 4, 1, 843| respective ecclesiastical function, have the duty to take care 101 4, 1, 851| who are to undertake the function of sponsor are to be instructed 102 4, 1, 861| person designated for this function by the local ordinary, or 103 4, 1, 874| permitted to take on the function of sponsor a person must:~ 104 4, 1, 874| intention of fulfilling this function;~2/ have completed the sixteenth 105 4, 1, 874| faith in keeping with the function to be taken on;~4/ not be 106 4, 1, 893| 893 §1. To perform the function of sponsor, a person must 107 4, 1, 893| one who undertook the same function in baptism.~ 108 4, 1, 904| fulfill their principal function.~ 109 4, 1, 986| entrusted in virtue of some function are obliged to make provision 110 4, 1, 1063| Christian marriage and about the function of Christian spouses and 111 4, 1, 1105| mandating and fulfills this function personally.~§2. To be valid 112 4, 2, 1173| Fulfilling the priestly function of Christ, the Church celebrates 113 4, 3, 1206| law; they can entrust the function of carrying out a dedication 114 5, 0, 1279| in ful-filling his or her function.~ 115 5, 0, 1282| administrators begin their function:~1/ they must take an oath 116 5, 0, 1283| are bound to fulfill their function with the diligence of a 117 5, 0, 1288| cannot relinquish their function on their own initiative; 118 5, 0, 1300| they have performed their function.~§3. Stipulations contrary 119 6, 1, 1330| dignity, office, or other function in the Church;~5/ does not 120 6, 1, 1330| of a dignity, office, any function, or pension, which the offender 121 6, 1, 1335| privation of a power, office, function, right, privilege, faculty, 122 6, 2, 1380| Illegitimate retention of a function after its privation or cessation 123 6, 2, 1383| illegitimately performs a priestly function or another sacred ministry 124 6, 2, 1385| someone who exercises a function in the Church will do or 125 6, 2, 1388| ecclesiastical power or function is to be punished according 126 6, 2, 1388| ecclesiastical power, ministry, or function with harm to another is 127 7, 1, 1419| do not cease from their function and cannot be removed by 128 7, 1, 1427| bishop approves for this function, to instruct the case.~§ 129 7, 1, 1427| bishop can approve for the function of auditor clerics or lay 130 7, 1, 1427| auditor exercises his or her function.~ 131 7, 1, 1432| were able to fulfill their function before the sentence.~ 132 7, 1, 1444| rescript entrusting the function provides otherwise, the 133 7, 1, 1445| in the exercise of their function;~4/ conflicts of competence 134 7, 1, 1447| as judge or perform the function of assessor.~ 135 7, 1, 1454| oath to carry out their function correctly and faithfully.~ 136 7, 1, 1470| from the exercise of their function in ecclesiastical tribunals.~ 137 7, 1, 1484| advocate undertake their function, they must present an authentic 138 7, 1, 1490| especially in marriage cases, the function of advocate or procurator 139 7, 2, 1506| that the judge fulfill his function. If the judge takes no action 140 7, 2, 1519| 1 and 3 ceases from that function, the trial is suspended 141 7, 2, 1540| exercise of that person’s function in the Church, after the 142 7, 2, 1577| need to fulfill his or her function correctly and faithfully 143 7, 2, 1578| proceeded in fulfilling the function entrusted to them, and above 144 7, 4, 1722| office and ecclesiastical function, can impose or forbid residence 145 7, 4, 1723| advocate will remain in this function as long as the accused does 146 7, 5, 1733| office or council whose function is to seek and suggest equitable 147 7, 5, 1747| refrain from exercising the function of pastor, vacate the rectory


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