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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
pontiff
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | other decisions of which the Pontiff spoke on that same day: 2 Intr | was requested. The Supreme Pontiff John XXIII clearly recognized 3 Intr | February 24, 1965 the Supreme Pontiff named Rev. Raimondo Bidagor, 4 Intr | presence of the Supreme Pontiff Paul VI, at which were present 5 Intr | allocution of the Supreme Pontiff laid the foundations of 6 Intr | circumstances.~The Supreme Pontiff further indicated to the 7 Intr | Commission members by the Supreme Pontiff, who continued to oversee 8 Intr | the request of the Supreme Pontiff, was submitted to the examination 9 Intr | were sent to the Supreme Pontiff, who determined whether 10 Intr | presented to the Supreme Pontiff, who decided it was to be 11 Intr | revision process, the Supreme Pontiff determined that other members 12 Intr | by order of the Supreme Pontiff to deliberate on the entire 13 Intr | possible to the Supreme Pontiff, who would issue the Code 14 Intr | and given to the Supreme Pontiff on April 22, 1982 with a 15 Intr | promulgation.~The Supreme Pontiff, however, personally reviewed 16 Intr | consideration the Supreme Pontiff decreed that the new Code 17 1, 0, 64| authority below the Roman Pontiff without the assent of the 18 1, 0, 134| In addition to the Roman Pontiff, by the title of ordinary 19 2, 1, 245| filial charity to the Roman Pontiff, the successor of Peter, 20 2, 1, 273| obedience to the Supreme Pontiff and their own ordinary.~ 21 2, 1, 291| celibacy, which only the Roman Pontiff grants.~ 22 2, 2 | CHAPTER I.~THE ROMAN PONTIFF AND THE COLLEGE OF BISHOPS~ 23 2, 2, 330| a like manner the Roman Pontiff, the successor of Peter, 24 2, 2 | Art. 1.~THE ROMAN PONTIFF~ 25 2, 2, 332| Can. 332 §1. The Roman Pontiff obtains full and supreme 26 2, 2, 332| it happens that the Roman Pontiff resigns his office, it is 27 2, 2, 333| of his office, the Roman Pontiff not only possesses power 28 2, 2, 333| of the Church, the Roman Pontiff is always joined in communion 29 2, 2, 333| sentence or decree of the Roman Pontiff.~ 30 2, 2, 334| Bishops assist the Roman Pontiff in exercising his office. 31 2, 2, 336| whose head is the Supreme Pontiff and whose members are bishops 32 2, 2, 337| the world, which the Roman Pontiff has publicly declared or 33 2, 2, 337| 3. It is for the Roman Pontiff, according to the needs 34 2, 2, 338| 1. It is for the Roman Pontiff alone to convoke an ecumenical 35 2, 2, 338| 2. It is for the Roman Pontiff to determine the matters 36 2, 2, 338| questions proposed by the Roman Pontiff, the council fathers can 37 2, 2, 338| be approved by the Roman Pontiff.~ 38 2, 2, 340| itself until the new Supreme Pontiff orders it to be continued 39 2, 2, 341| been approved by the Roman Pontiff together with the council 40 2, 2, 341| freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff need the same confirmation 41 2, 2, 342| unity between the Roman Pontiff and bishops, to assist the 42 2, 2, 342| bishops, to assist the Roman Pontiff with their counsel in the 43 2, 2, 343| certain cases the Roman Pontiff has endowed it with deliberative 44 2, 2, 344| the authority of the Roman Pontiff who:~1/ convokes a synod 45 2, 2, 346| appointed directly by the Roman Pontiff; to these are added some 46 2, 2, 346| appointed directly by the Roman Pontiff; to these are added some 47 2, 2, 347| 347 §1. When the Roman Pontiff concludes a session of the 48 2, 2, 347| law itself until the new Pontiff has decided to dissolve 49 2, 2, 348| is appointed by the Roman Pontiff and assisted by the council 50 2, 2, 348| are appointed by the Roman Pontiff. The function of all these 51 2, 2, 348| are appointed by the Roman Pontiff and remain in the office 52 2, 2, 349| the election of the Roman Pontiff according to the norm of 53 2, 2, 349| cardinals assist the Roman Pontiff either collegially when 54 2, 2, 349| when they help the Roman Pontiff through the various offices 55 2, 2, 350| cardinals to whom the Roman Pontiff assigns title of a suburbicarian 56 2, 2, 350| diaconal order.~§2. The Roman Pontiff assigns each of the cardinals 57 2, 2, 350| approved by the Supreme Pontiff and with priority of order 58 2, 2, 351| Can. 351 §1. The Roman Pontiff freely selects men to be 59 2, 2, 351| by a decree of the Roman Pontiff which is made public in 60 2, 2, 351| law.~§3. When the Roman Pontiff has announced the selection 61 2, 2, 351| rights. After the Roman Pontiff has made his name public, 62 2, 2, 352| person elected to the Roman Pontiff who is competent to approve 63 2, 2, 352| himself presiding.~The Roman Pontiff is also competent to approve 64 2, 2, 353| gathered by order of the Roman Pontiff who presides. Consistories 65 2, 2, 354| from office to the Roman Pontiff who will see to the matter 66 2, 2, 355| the one elected as Roman Pontiff if he needs to be ordained; 67 2, 2, 355| the newly elected Supreme Pontiff to the people; likewise, 68 2, 2, 355| in the place of the Roman Pontiff, he places the pallium upon 69 2, 2, 356| assiduously with the Roman Pontiff; therefore, cardinals who 70 2, 2, 356| Rome whenever the Roman Pontiff calls them.~ 71 2, 2, 358| cardinal to whom the Roman Pontiff entrusts the function of 72 2, 2, 358| as one to whom the Roman Pontiff entrusts the fulfillment 73 2, 2, 358| those things which the Roman Pontiff commits to him.~ 74 2, 2, 360| Can. 360 The Supreme Pontiff usually conducts the affairs 75 2, 2, 361| refers not only to the Roman Pontiff but also to the Secretariat 76 2, 2 | V.~LEGATES OF THE ROMAN PONTIFF~ 77 2, 2, 362| Can. 362 The Roman Pontiff has the innate and independent 78 2, 2, 363| the legates of the Roman Pontiff is entrusted the office 79 2, 2, 363| of representing the Roman Pontiff in a stable manner to particular 80 2, 2, 367| recall, or when the Roman Pontiff accepts the legate’s resignation.~ 81 2, 2, 371| the name of the Supreme Pontiff.~§2. An apostolic administration 82 2, 2, 371| a diocese by the Supreme Pontiff due to special and particularly 83 2, 2, 371| the name of the Supreme Pontiff.~ 84 2, 2, 377| Can. 377 §1. The Supreme Pontiff freely appoints bishops 85 2, 2, 381| a decree of the Supreme Pontiff reserves to the supreme 86 2, 2, 399| a report to the Supreme Pontiff on the state of the diocese 87 2, 2, 400| a report to the Supreme Pontiff, a diocesan bishop is to 88 2, 2, 400| present himself to the Roman Pontiff.~§2. A bishop is to satisfy 89 2, 2, 401| from office to the Supreme Pontiff, who will make provision 90 2, 2, 416| resignation accepted by the Roman Pontiff, transfer, or privation 91 2, 2, 435| or approved by the Roman Pontiff.~ 92 2, 2, 436| and to inform the Roman Pontiff of abuses, if there are 93 2, 2, 437| the pallium from the Roman Pontiff either personally or through 94 2, 2, 450| the legate of the Roman Pontiff are not by law members of 95 2, 3, 590| bound to obey the Supreme Pontiff as their highest superior 96 2, 3, 591| apostolate, the Supreme Pontiff, by reason of his primacy 97 2, 3, 705| subject only to the Roman Pontiff by virtue of the vow of 98 3, 0, 749| his office, the Supreme Pontiff possesses infallibility 99 3, 0, 749| together with the Roman Pontiff matters of faith or morals, 100 3, 0, 751| submission to the Supreme Pontiff or of communion with the 101 3, 0, 752| doctrine which the Supreme Pontiff or the college of bishops 102 3, 0, 754| particularly those which the Roman Pontiff or the college of bishops 103 3, 0, 756| principally to the Roman Pontiff and the college of bishops.~§ 104 3, 0, 782| Can. 782 §1. The Roman Pontiff and the college of bishops 105 4, 1, 967| In addition to the Roman Pontiff, cardinals have the faculty 106 4, 1, 995| or granted by the Roman Pontiff can bestow indulgences.~§ 107 4, 1, 995| authority below the Roman Pontiff can entrust the power of 108 4, 1, 1142| a just cause, the Roman Pontiff can dissolve a non-consummated 109 4, 2, 1169| those reserved to the Roman Pontiff or bishops.~§3. A deacon 110 4, 2, 1196| In addition to the Roman Pontiff, the following can dispense 111 4, 3, 1242| their own church the Roman Pontiff, cardinals, or diocesan 112 5, 0, 1255| supreme authority of the Roman Pontiff, ownership of goods belongs 113 5, 0, 1272| of governance, the Roman Pontiff is the supreme administrator 114 6, 2, 1369| force against the Roman Pontiff incurs a latae sententiae 115 6, 2, 1370| doctrine condemned by the Roman Pontiff or an ecumenical council 116 6, 2, 1371| against an act of the Roman Pontiff to an ecumenical council 117 7, 1, 1404| solely the right of the Roman Pontiff himself to judge in the 118 7, 1, 1404| specifica) by the Roman Pontiff without his prior mandate.~§ 119 7, 1, 1404| superior below the Roman Pontiff.~ 120 7, 1, 1416| the primacy of the Roman Pontiff, any member of the faithful 121 7, 1, 1442| Can. 1442 The Roman Pontiff is the supreme judge for 122 7, 1, 1443| established by the Roman Pontiff to receive appeals.~ 123 7, 1, 1444| and others which the Roman Pontiff, either motu proprio or 124 7, 1, 1445| controversies which the Roman Pontiff or the dicasteries of the 125 7, 2, 1629| sentence of the Supreme Pontiff himself or the Apostolic 126 7, 3, 1698| dispensation.~§2. Only the Roman Pontiff, however, grants the dispensation.~ 127 7, 5, 1732| been issued by the Roman Pontiff or an ecumenical council.~


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