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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
exercise
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | principles which govern the exercise of the threefold of-fice 2 Intr | visible; in order that the exercise of the functions divinely 3 Intr | the care of souls and may exercise the pastoral office in a 4 Intr | brings it about that the exercise of authority appears more 5 Intr | of territoriality in the exercise of ecclesiastical government 6 Intr | faculties which pertain to the exercise of the different functions 7 Intr | may correctly direct the exercise of the sacred ministry. 8 1, 0, 18| penalty, restrict the free exercise of rights, or contain an 9 1, 0, 91| power to dispense is able to exercise it with respect to his subjects 10 1, 0, 98| reached majority has the full exercise of his or her rights.~§2. 11 1, 0, 98| rights.~§2. A minor, in the exercise of his or her rights, remains 12 1, 0, 120| statutes, that member has the exercise of all the rights of the 13 1, 0, 129| faithful can cooperate in the exercise of this same power according 14 1, 0, 130| that the effects which its exercise is meant to have for the 15 1, 0, 135| In what pertains to the exercise of executive power, the 16 1, 0, 136| otherwise, a person is able to exercise executive power offer his 17 1, 0, 136| territory; he is also able to exercise this power offer travelers 18 1, 0, 138| which the delegate cannot exercise this power.~ 19 1, 0, 150| for whose fulfillment the exercise of the priestly order is 20 1, 0, 161| right of presentation can exercise this right again within 21 1, 0, 199| norm of law, requires the exercise of a sacred order;~7/ the 22 1, 0, 201| that which a person has to exercise or to pursue a right, so 23 2, 1, 204| function, they are called to exercise the mission which God has 24 2, 1, 223| authority can direct the exercise of rights which are proper 25 2, 1, 228| functions which they are able to exercise according to the precepts 26 2, 1, 230| their duties, namely, to exercise the ministry of the word, 27 2, 1, 245| are to become equipped to exercise the pastoral ministry fruitfully 28 2, 1, 249| their formation or for the exercise of pastoral ministry.~ 29 2, 1, 252| and safeguard it in the exercise of the ministry.~§2. Students 30 2, 1, 255| and time, pertain to the exercise of the ministry of teaching, 31 2, 1, 257| are suitably prepared to exercise the sacred ministry there, 32 2, 1, 271| of clergy where they will exercise the sacred ministry. He 33 2, 1, 274| obtain offices for whose exercise the power of orders or the 34 2, 1, 275| each for his or her part, exercise in the Church and in the 35 2, 1, 278| foster their holiness in the exercise of the ministry through 36 2, 1, 279| knowledge contributes to the exercise of pastoral ministry.~ 37 2, 1, 281| civil profession which they exercise or have exercised, however, 38 2, 1, 282| them on the occasion of the exercise of ecclesiastical office 39 2, 1, 285| entail a participation in the exercise of civil power.~§4. Without 40 2, 1, 297| exercises or desires to exercise its pastoral or missionary 41 2, 1, 298| Christian doctrine, or to exercise other works of the apostolate 42 2, 1, 302| direction of clerics, assume the exercise of sacred orders, and are 43 2, 1, 310| co-possessors; they are able to exercise these rights and obligations 44 2, 1, 311| which are ordered to the exercise of the apostolate in the 45 2, 1, 317| lay persons are able to exercise the function of moderator. 46 2, 1, 317| otherwise.~§4. Those who exercise leadership in political 47 2, 1, 317| ordered directly to the exercise of the apostolate.~ 48 2, 1, 323| is avoided and that their exercise of the apostolate is ordered 49 2, 1, 325| ecclesiastical authority to exercise vigilance so that the goods 50 2, 1, 329| association are duly formed to exercise the apostolate proper to 51 2, 2, 331| which he is always able to exercise freely.~ 52 2, 2, 337| college of bishops is to exercise its function collegially 53 2, 2, 356| therefore, cardinals who exercise any office in the curia 54 2, 2, 364| while leaving intact the exercise of their legitimate power;~ 55 2, 2, 364| state;~8/ in addition, to exercise the faculties and to fulfill 56 2, 2, 381| which is required for the exercise of his pastoral function 57 2, 2, 382| bishop cannot assume the exercise of the office entrusted 58 2, 2, 382| Nevertheless, he is able to exercise offices which he already 59 2, 2, 392| ecclesiastical laws.~§2. He is to exercise vigilance so that abuses 60 2, 2, 394| which binds the faithful to exercise the apostolate according 61 2, 2, 407| diocesan bishop, they are to exercise their duties in such a way 62 2, 2, 408| or auxiliary bishop can exercise.~ 63 2, 2, 409| administrator, he is to exercise this same power, conferred 64 2, 2, 414| the norm of can. 413 to exercise the pastoral care of a diocese 65 2, 2, 414| possesses the power in the exercise of the pastoral care of 66 2, 2, 436| metropolitan is competent:~1/ to exercise vigilance so that the faith 67 2, 2, 447| certain territory who jointly exercise certain pastoral functions 68 2, 2, 470| appointment of those who exercise offices in the diocesan 69 2, 2, 472| persons which belong to the exercise of judicial power in the 70 2, 2, 498| reside in the diocese and exercise some office for the good 71 2, 2, 502| however, it continues to exercise its proper functions until 72 2, 2, 517| that participation in the exercise of the pastoral care of 73 2, 2, 527| this care and is bound to exercise it from the moment of taking 74 2, 2, 553| has heard the priests who exercise ministry in the vicariate 75 2, 2, 571| Can. 571 In the exercise of his pastoral function, 76 2, 3, 588| of clerics, assumes the exercise of sacred orders, and is 77 2, 3, 588| which does not include the exercise of sacred orders.~ 78 2, 3, 611| of the institute;~2/ to exercise the works proper to the 79 2, 3, 617| fulfill their function and exercise their power according to 80 2, 3, 618| Can. 618 Superiors are to exercise their power, received from 81 2, 3, 678| care of souls, the public exercise of divine worship, and other 82 2, 3, 701| member is a cleric, he cannot exercise sacred orders until he finds 83 2, 3, 701| at least permits him to exercise sacred orders.~ 84 2, 3, 713| these institutes express and exercise their own consecration in 85 3, 0, 749| in an ecumenical council exercise the magisterium as teachers 86 3, 0, 752| faith or morals when they exercise the authentic magisterium, 87 3, 0, 759| bishop and presbyters in the exercise of the ministry of the word.~ 88 3, 0, 772| Can. 772 §1. In the exercise of preaching, moreover, 89 4, 0, 834| sacred liturgy, which is an exercise of the priestly function 90 4, 0, 835| bishops in the first place exercise the sanctifying function; 91 4, 0, 835| them.~§2. Presbyters also exercise this function; sharing in 92 4, 0, 838| vernacular languages, and exercise vigilance that liturgical 93 4, 1, 914| It is for the pastor to exercise vigilance so that children 94 4, 1, 967| they have a domicile can exercise that faculty everywhere 95 4, 1, 1038| cannot be prohibited from the exercise of the order received unless 96 4, 1, 1041| order or prohibited from its exercise by some declared or imposed 97 4, 1, 1044| following are irregular for the exercise of orders received:~1/ a 98 4, 1, 1044| following are impeded from the exercise of orders:~1/ a person who 99 4, 1, 1044| consulting an expert, permits the exercise of the order.~ 100 4, 1, 1048| exercising an order can exercise it, but without prejudice 101 4, 1, 1051| morals, and aptitude to exercise the ministry, as well as, 102 4, 3, 1210| those things which serve the exercise or promotion of worship, 103 4, 3, 1214| the right of entry for the exercise, especially the public exercise, 104 4, 3, 1214| exercise, especially the public exercise, of divine worship.~ 105 5, 0, 1253| other ministers, and to exercise works of the sacred apostolate 106 5, 0, 1275| It is for the ordinary to exercise careful vigilance over the 107 5, 0, 1283| Consequently they must:~1/ exercise vigilance so that the goods 108 5, 0, 1300| the ordinary can and must exercise vigilance, even through 109 5, 0, 1301| are safeguarded and also exercise vigilance for the execution 110 6, 1, 1330| receive the sacraments;~3/ to exercise any ecclesiastical offices, 111 6, 1, 1332| power of governance;~3/ the exercise of either all or some of 112 6, 2 | FUNCTIONS AND DELICTS IN THEIR EXERCISE (Cann. 1378 - 1389)~ 113 6, 2, 1391| Clerics or religious who exercise a trade or business contrary 114 7, 1, 1416| however, does not suspend the exercise of jurisdiction by a judge 115 7, 1, 1418| diocesan bishop, who can exercise judicial power personally 116 7, 1, 1445| Rota for acts done in the exercise of their function;~4/ conflicts 117 7, 1, 1469| territory or impeded from the exercise of jurisdiction there can 118 7, 1, 1469| of jurisdiction there can exercise jurisdiction and render 119 7, 1, 1470| and procurators from the exercise of their function in ecclesiastical 120 7, 1, 1489| to be suspended from the exercise of legal assistance and 121 7, 1, 1490| the tribunal and are to exercise, especially in marriage 122 7, 1, 1496| restrain another from the exercise of a right.~ 123 7, 1, 1498| thing and restraint upon the exercise of a right can in no way 124 7, 1, 1499| or a restraint upon the exercise of a right can first impose 125 7, 2, 1508| who does not have the free exercise of his or her rights or 126 7, 2, 1540| person has drawn up in the exercise of that person’s function 127 7, 3, 1709| the cleric is forbidden to exercise orders by the law itself.~


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