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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | virtue of justice, is to take cognizance of charity, temperance, 2 Intr | Church. It also seeks to take cognizance of the conditions 3 1, 0, 8| in particular cases. They take force only after three months 4 1, 0, 122| approved statutes, must take care personally or through 5 1, 0, 141| successively, that person is to take care of the affair whose 6 1, 0, 190| contrary arguments.~§3. To take effect a transfer must be 7 1, 0, 193| for a just cause.~§4. To take effect, the decree of removal 8 1, 0, 195| the same authority is to take care that the support is 9 2, 1, 223| together in associations, must take into account the common 10 2, 1, 226| parents particularly to take care of the Christian education 11 2, 1, 227| freedom, however, they are to take care that their actions 12 2, 1, 229| defend it if necessary, and take their part in exercising 13 2, 1, 251| philosophical heritage and also take into account philosophical 14 2, 1, 257| The diocesan bishop is to take care that clerics intending 15 2, 1, 261| teachers for their part are to take care that the students observe 16 2, 1, 263| through common counsel must take care that provision is made 17 2, 1, 267| Excardination thus granted does not take effect unless incardination 18 2, 1, 281| exercised, however, are to take care of the needs of themselves 19 2, 1, 285| ordinary, they are not to take on the management of goods 20 2, 1, 305| ecclesiastical authority which is to take care that the integrity 21 2, 1, 311| to their institute are to take care that these associations 22 2, 1, 328| apostolic privilege, are to take care that their associations 23 2, 1, 329| associations of the laity are to take care that the members of 24 2, 2, 339| have the right and duty to take part in an ecumenical council 25 2, 2, 380| profession of faith and take the oath of fidelity to 26 2, 2, 382| of diocesan bishop must take canonical possession of 27 2, 2, 384| protect their rights and take care that they correctly 28 2, 2, 384| available to them.~He also is to take care that provision is made 29 2, 2, 386| to morals. He is also to take care that the prescripts 30 2, 2, 394| in the diocese and is to take care that in the entire 31 2, 2, 398| due diligence. He is to take care that he does not burden 32 2, 2, 402| conference of bishops must take care that suitable and decent 33 2, 2, 405| governance of the diocese and take his place if he is absent 34 2, 2, 418| transferred (ad quam) and take canonical possession of 35 2, 2, 446| ended, the president is to take care that all the acts of 36 2, 2, 455| the time when the decrees take effect.~§4. In cases in 37 2, 2, 457| permanent council of bishops to take care that the agenda for 38 2, 2, 457| also for the council to take care of other affairs which 39 2, 2, 463| first is impeded, is to take his place;~9/ some superiors 40 2, 2, 473| A diocesan bishop must take care that all the affairs 41 2, 2, 473| administrative affairs and to take care that the other members 42 2, 2, 477| bishop can appoint another to take his place; the same norm 43 2, 2, 482| establishes otherwise, is to take care that acts of the curia 44 2, 2, 491| A diocesan bishop is to take care that the acts and documents 45 2, 2, 491| diocesan bishop is also to take care that there is an historical 46 2, 2, 510| bishop, who above all is to take care that the pastoral needs 47 2, 2, 528| for this reason, he is to take care that the lay members 48 2, 2, 528| prayer even as families and take part consciously and actively 49 2, 2, 532| the norm of law. He is to take care that the goods of the 50 2, 2, 535| advantage. The pastor is to take care that all of these things, 51 2, 2, 550| The local ordinary is to take care that some manner of 52 2, 2, 555| of can. 279, §2;~2/ is to take care that spiritual supports 53 2, 2, 555| The vicar forane is to take care that the pastors of 54 2, 3, 576| and also, for its part, to take care that the institutes 55 2, 3, 592| entrusted to them and are to take care about their observance.~ 56 2, 3, 639| Religious superiors are to take care that they do not permit 57 2, 3, 652| of the institute are to take care that they cooperate 58 2, 3, 668| even in civil law; it is to take effect from the day of profession. 59 2, 3, 703| the major superior is to take care to begin a process 60 2, 3, 717| governance of an institute are to take care that its unity of spirit 61 3, 0, 752| Christian faithful are to take care to avoid those things 62 3, 0, 767| or rector of a church to take care that these prescripts 63 3, 0, 773| especially of pastors of souls to take care of the catechesis of 64 3, 0, 774| sponsors and those who take the place of parents are 65 3, 0, 775| conference of bishops to take care that catechisms are 66 3, 0, 776| function, a pastor is bound to take care of the catechetical 67 3, 0, 777| diocesan bishop, a pastor is to take care in a special way:~1/ 68 3, 0, 778| of apostolic life are to take care that catechetical instruction 69 3, 0, 780| Local ordinaries are to take care that catechists are 70 3, 0, 787| 2. Missionaries are to take care that they teach the 71 3, 0, 790| missionary action;~2/ to take care that appropriate agreements 72 3, 0, 793| 1. Parents and those who take their place are bound by 73 3, 0, 798| this, they are obliged to take care that suitable Catholic 74 3, 0, 802| for the diocesan bishop to take care that they are established.~§ 75 3, 0, 806| Catholic schools are to take care under the watchfulness 76 3, 0, 809| conferences of bishops are to take care that there are universities 77 3, 0, 811| ecclesiastical authority is to take care that in Catholic universities 78 3, 0, 820| universities and faculties are to take care that the various faculties 79 3, 0, 822| These same pastors are to take care to teach the faithful 80 3, 0, 830| permission for publication to take place, with his name and 81 3, 0, 831| religious institutes to take part on radio or television 82 4, 0, 836| sacred ministers are to take care to arouse and enlighten 83 4, 0, 839| Local ordinaries are to take care that the prayers and 84 4, 1, 843| function, have the duty to take care that those who seek 85 4, 1, 851| or through others is to take care that the parents are 86 4, 1, 855| sponsors, and the pastor are to take care that a name foreign 87 4, 1, 867| Parents are obliged to take care that infants are baptized 88 4, 1, 874| 874 §1. To be permitted to take on the function of sponsor 89 4, 1, 875| administers baptism is to take care that, unless a sponsor 90 4, 1, 884| confirmation personally or is to take care that another bishop 91 4, 1, 885| diocesan bishop is ob-liged to take care that the sacrament 92 4, 1, 890| pastors of parishes, are to take care that the faithful are 93 4, 1, 892| confirmed; the sponsor is to take care that the confirmed 94 4, 1, 914| of parents and those who take the place of parents, as 95 4, 1, 914| the duty of pastors, to take care that children who have 96 4, 1, 919| times on the same day can take something before the second 97 4, 1, 938| church or oratory is to take care that the key of the 98 4, 1, 962| exhortation that each person take care to make an act of contrition 99 4, 1, 964| the confessional; it is to take care, however, that there 100 4, 1, 968| a pastor, and those who take the place of a pastor possess 101 4, 1, 1001| close to the sick are to take care that the sick are consoled 102 4, 1, 1010| pastoral reasons it can take place also on other days, 103 4, 1, 1028| competent superior is to take care that before candidates 104 4, 1, 1032| the presbyterate, he is to take part in pastoral care, exercising 105 4, 1, 1063| of souls are obliged to take care that their ecclesiastical 106 4, 1, 1064| for the local ordinary to take care that such assistance 107 4, 1, 1072| Pastors of souls are to take care to dissuade youth from 108 4, 1, 1121| granted the dispensation is to take care that the dispensation 109 4, 1, 1128| pastors of souls are to take care that the Catholic spouse 110 4, 1, 1136| and the primary right to take care as best they can for 111 4, 1, 1148| the local ordinary is to take care that the needs of the 112 4, 2, 1177| faithful or those competent to take care of the funeral of a 113 4, 2, 1180| deceased or those competent to take care of the burial of the 114 4, 3, 1220| those responsible are to take care that in churches such 115 4, 3, 1228| other sacred celebrations to take place in any private chapel.~ 116 4, 3, 1248| recommended that the faithful take part in a liturgy of the 117 4, 3, 1251| souls and parents are to take care that minors not bound 118 5, 0, 1273| conference of bishops is to take care that there is an institute 119 5, 0, 1275| circumstances, ordinaries are to take care of the ordering of 120 5, 0, 1281| clerics or lay persons who take part in the administration 121 5, 0, 1282| their function:~1/ they must take an oath before the ordinary 122 5, 0, 1283| insofar as necessary;~2/ take care that the ownership 123 5, 0, 1283| on a loan or mortgage and take care that the capital debt 124 5, 0, 1291| by advice or consent must take part in alienating goods 125 6, 1, 1315| diocesan bishops are to take care that if penal laws 126 6, 1, 1340| 1341 An ordinary is to take care to initiate a judicial 127 6, 1, 1349| however, the ordinary is to take care to provide for a person 128 6, 2, 1365| 1366 Parents or those who take the place of parents who 129 7, 1, 1433| must also be heard if they take part in the trial;~2/ whenever 130 7, 1, 1436| 1437 §1. A notary is to take part in any process, so 131 7, 1, 1451| defender of the bond, if they take part in the trial and are 132 7, 1, 1453| judges and tribunals are to take care that all cases are 133 7, 1, 1454| tribunal or assist it must take an oath to carry out their 134 7, 1, 1465| Nevertheless, the judge is to take care that such an extension 135 7, 1, 1486| procurator or advocate to take effect, they must be informed; 136 7, 2, 1562| a witness who refuses to take it, however, is to be heard 137 7, 2, 1593| the judge, however, is to take care that the trial is not 138 7, 2, 1598| no one; the judge is to take care, however, that the 139 7, 2, 1640| discussion of the case is to take place and the sentence rendered.~ ~ 140 7, 2, 1661| cite all those who must take part to a hearing which 141 7, 3, 1685| The local ordinary must take care that the declaration 142 7, 3, 1696| promoter of justice must always take part in them according to 143 7, 5, 1733| avoid any contention and take care to seek an equitable 144 7, 5, 1742| judges that removal must take place, he paternally is


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