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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 34| who issued them or of the superior of that authority but also 2 1, 0, 90| legislator himself or his superior, also invalid.~§2. In a 3 1, 0, 123| juridic person immediately superior, always without prejudice 4 1, 0, 127| in order to place acts a superior needs the consent or counsel 5 1, 0, 127| in order to place acts a superior needs the consent or counsel 6 1, 0, 127| is required, the act of a superior who does not seek the consent 7 1, 0, 127| is required, the act of a superior who does not hear those 8 1, 0, 127| opinion even if unanimous, a superior is nonetheless not to act 9 1, 0, 127| which is overriding in the superior’s judgment.~§3. All whose 10 1, 0, 127| diligently; moreover, the superior can insist upon this obligation.~ 11 2, 1, 241| testimony of the respective superior is also required, especially 12 2, 1, 307| with the consent of their superior.~ 13 2, 1, 317| chaplain pertains to the superior of the institute, according 14 2, 2, 520| consent of the competent superior, however, a diocesan bishop, 15 2, 2, 520| bishop and the competent superior of the institute or society, 16 2, 2, 557| rector presented by the superior.~§3. The rector of a church 17 2, 2, 561| rector or another legitimate superior; this permission must be 18 2, 2, 567| institute without consulting the superior, who has the right to propose 19 2, 2, 567| specific priest after the superior has heard the community.~§ 20 2, 3, 590| Pontiff as their highest superior by reason of the sacred 21 2, 3, 608| under the authority of a superior designated according to 22 2, 3, 613| autonomous house is a major superior by law.~ 23 2, 3, 615| does not have another major superior besides its own moderator 24 2, 3, 615| religious in such a way that the superior of the latter possesses 25 2, 3, 620| are an abbot primate and a superior of a monastic congregation, 26 2, 3, 621| institute under the same superior and has been canonically 27 2, 3, 623| validly to the function of superior, a suitable time is required 28 2, 3, 625| presides at the elections of a superior of the autonomous monastery 29 2, 3, 625| confirmation of a competent major superior; if they are appointed by 30 2, 3, 625| they are appointed by a superior, however, a suitable consultation 31 2, 3, 636| which is governed by a major superior, there is to be a Finance 32 2, 3, 636| distinct from the major superior and constituted according 33 2, 3, 636| direction of the respective superior. Insofar as possible, a 34 2, 3, 636| distinct from the local superior is to be designated even 35 2, 3, 638| permission of the competent superior with the consent of the 36 2, 3, 639| with the permission of the superior, the member must answer 37 2, 3, 639| conducted by mandate of the superior, the institute must answer.~§ 38 2, 3, 643| malice, or the one whom a superior, induced in the same way, 39 2, 3, 645| local ordinary, the major superior of the institute or society, 40 2, 3, 647| of novices.~§3. A major superior can permit a group of novices 41 2, 3, 647| institute designated by the superior.~ 42 2, 3, 649| permission of the competent major superior, first profession can be 43 2, 3, 653| suitability of a novice, the major superior can extend the time of probation 44 2, 3, 656| freely by the competent superior with the vote of the council 45 2, 3, 656| received by a legitimate superior personally or through another.~ 46 2, 3, 657| however, the competent superior can extend the period of 47 2, 3, 665| the permission of their superior. If it concerns a lengthy 48 2, 3, 665| house, however, the major superior, with the consent of the 49 2, 3, 667| with the consent of the superior, of permitting others to 50 2, 3, 668| need the permission of the superior competent according to the 51 2, 3, 671| permission of a legitimate superior.~ 52 2, 3, 672| right, the proper major superior can grant the permission 53 2, 3, 679| diocese if his or her major superior, after having been informed, 54 2, 3, 681| bishop and the competent superior of the institute are to 55 2, 3, 682| religious, with the competent superior making the presentation, 56 2, 3, 682| having informed the religious superior or of the superior after 57 2, 3, 682| religious superior or of the superior after having informed the 58 2, 3, 683| abuses and the religious superior has been warned in vain, 59 2, 3, 684| the consent of the major superior of each monastery and of 60 2, 3, 689| causes, the competent major superior, after having heard the 61 2, 3, 690| cann. 655 and 657.~§2. The superior of an autonomous monastery 62 2, 3, 694| been collected, the major superior with the council is to issue 63 2, 3, 695| mentioned in can. 1395, §2, the superior decides that dismissal is 64 2, 3, 695| been collected, the major superior is to make known the accusation 65 2, 3, 695| acts, signed by the major superior and a notary, together with 66 2, 3, 697| in can. 696, if the major superior, after having heard the 67 2, 3, 697| must be begun:~1/ the major superior is to collect or complete 68 2, 3, 697| the proofs;~2/ the major superior is to warn the member in 69 2, 3, 697| occurs in vain, however, the superior is to proceed to another 70 2, 3, 697| occurs in vain and the major superior with the council decides 71 2, 3, 697| without effect, the major superior is to transmit to the supreme 72 2, 3, 699| diocesan bishop, to whom the superior is to submit the acts examined 73 2, 3, 703| religious house by the major superior or, if there is danger in 74 2, 3, 703| danger in delay, by the local superior with the consent of the 75 2, 3, 703| is necessary, the major superior is to take care to begin 76 3, 0, 765| requires the permission of the superior competent according to the 77 3, 0, 832| permission of their major superior according to the norm of 78 4, 1, 903| introduction from his ordinary or superior, issued at least within 79 4, 1, 911| dwelling in the house, the superior of a community in clerical 80 4, 1, 911| the pastor, chaplain, or superior, who must be notified afterwards, 81 4, 1, 967| or grant of a competent superior according to the norm of 82 4, 1, 967| licitly unless some major superior has denied it in a particular 83 4, 1, 969| presumed permission of their superior.~§2. The superior of a religious 84 4, 1, 969| their superior.~§2. The superior of a religious institute 85 4, 1, 974| ordinary and the competent superior are not to revoke the faculty 86 4, 1, 974| institute, his competent superior.~§4. If the proper major 87 4, 1, 974| 4. If the proper major superior of a presbyter has revoked 88 4, 1, 974| If some other competent superior has revoked the faculty, 89 4, 1, 974| the jurisdiction of that superior.~ 90 4, 1, 1019| Can. 1019 §1. The major superior of a clerical religious 91 4, 1, 1025| or of the competent major superior with the necessary qualities, 92 4, 1, 1025| judgment of the same legitimate superior as useful for the ministry 93 4, 1, 1028| bishop or the competent superior is to take care that before 94 4, 1, 1029| or of the competent major superior, all things considered, 95 4, 1, 1030| bishop or competent major superior forbid admission to the 96 4, 1, 1032| bishop or competent major superior.~§3. A person aspiring to 97 4, 1, 1036| bishop or competent major superior a declaration written in 98 4, 1, 1038| bishop or competent major superior.~ 99 4, 1, 1051| diocesan bishop or major superior can employ other means which 100 4, 1, 1052| and is a subject of the superior who gives the letters.~§ 101 4, 1, 1054| or the competent major superior if it concerns his own subjects, 102 4, 2, 1179| church or oratory by the superior if the institute or society 103 4, 2, 1192| is public if a legitimate superior accepts it in the name of 104 4, 2, 1196| and even travelers;~2/ the superior of a religious institute 105 4, 3, 1223| consent of the competent superior.~ 106 4, 3, 1245| into other pious works. A superior of a religious institute 107 5, 0, 1301| otherwise, it is the major superior in a clerical institute 108 6, 1, 1332| not under the power of the superior who establishes the penalty;~ 109 6, 1, 1337| subject to the power of the superior who establishes the penalty.~§ 110 6, 1, 1341| trial must be applied to a superior who imposes or declares 111 6, 1, 1356| necessary for the competent superior to make provision.~§2. In 112 6, 1, 1356| a month to the competent superior or to a priest endowed with 113 6, 2, 1370| Apostolic See, an ordinary, or a superior and who persists in disobedience 114 6, 2, 1389| before an ecclesiastical superior a confessor for the delict 115 6, 2, 1389| offers an ecclesiastical superior any other calumnious denunciation 116 7, 1, 1399| brought only before the superior or an administrative tribunal.~ 117 7, 1, 1404| an abbot primate or abbot superior of a monastic congregation 118 7, 1, 1404| persons which do not have a superior below the Roman Pontiff.~ 119 7, 1, 1426| instance is the provincial superior unless the constitutions 120 7, 1, 1426| two monasteries, the abbot superior of the monastic congregation 121 7, 1, 1437| tried before a provincial superior, the tribunal of second 122 7, 1, 1437| the authority of the abbot superior of the monastic congregation.~ 123 7, 2, 1653| sentence pertains to the superior who rendered the sentence 124 7, 2, 1653| sentence to be executed or the superior who delegated the judge.~ 125 7, 5, 1733| against a decree, however, the superior who deals with the recourse 126 7, 5, 1736| sought from his hierarchical superior who can decree a suspension 127 7, 5, 1737| reason to the hierarchical superior of the one who issued the 128 7, 5, 1737| the competent hierarchical superior.~§2. Recourse must be proposed 129 7, 5, 1737| norm of can. 1736, §2, the superior can order the execution 130 7, 5, 1738| recourse lacks one and the superior thinks it necessary. Nevertheless, 131 7, 5, 1738| necessary. Nevertheless, the superior always can order the person 132 7, 5, 1739| Can. 1739 The superior who deals with the recourse, 133 7, 5, 1739| seems more expedient to the superior, to emend, replace, or modify


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