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IntraText - Concordances
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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | privileges (even worthy of special or individual mention), 2 Intr | canonical expertise; the special competence of these experts 3 Intr | establish in November, 1967 a special committee of consultors 4 Intr | matter or when questions of special importance were debated, 5 Intr | consultors endowed with special expertise in the individual 6 1, 0, 20| derogates from a particular or special law unless the law expressly 7 1, 0, 114| the prescript of law or by special grant of competent authority 8 1, 0, 116| by the law itself or by a special decree of competent authority 9 1, 0, 116| personality only through a special decree of competent authority 10 1, 0, 134| episcopal vicar except by special mandate.~ 11 2, 1, 206| Church, are joined to it in a special way. By this same desire, 12 2, 1, 206| own.~§2. The Church has a special care for catechumens; while 13 2, 1, 207| consecrated to God in their own special way and contribute to the 14 2, 1, 226| marital state are bound by a special duty to work through marriage 15 2, 1, 231| temporarily devote themselves to special service of the Church are 16 2, 1, 233| families, educators, and, in a special way, priests, particularly 17 2, 1, 234| these institutions provide special religious formation together 18 2, 1, 236| least three years in some special house unless the diocesan 19 2, 1, 247| to learn to honor it as a special gift of God.~§2. They are 20 2, 1, 252| in sacred scripture with special diligence in such a way 21 2, 1, 252| and other auxiliary and special disciplines, according to 22 2, 1, 273| 273 Clerics are bound by a special obligation to show reverence 23 2, 1, 276| clerics are bound in a special way to pursue holiness since, 24 2, 1, 277| bound to celibacy which is a special gift of God by which sacred 25 2, 1, 318| Can. 318 §1. In special circumstances and where 26 2, 1 | CHAPTER IV.~SPECIAL NORMS FOR ASSOCIATIONS OF 27 2, 2, 335| the universal Church; the special laws issued for these circumstances, 28 2, 2, 344| according to the norm of special law and designates and appoints 29 2, 2, 344| according to the norm of special law;~4/ defines the agenda;~ 30 2, 2, 345| can also be assembled in a special session, namely, one which 31 2, 2, 346| method determined by the special law of the synod; others 32 2, 2, 346| to the norm of the same special law.~§2. A synod of bishops 33 2, 2, 346| bishops designated by the special law of the synod by reason 34 2, 2, 346| of bishops gathered in a special session consists of members 35 2, 2, 346| according to the norm of the special law which governs the synod.~ 36 2, 2, 348| according to the norm of special law while others are appointed 37 2, 2, 348| synod of bishops one or more special secretaries are constituted 38 2, 2, 349| Roman Church constitute a special college which provides for 39 2, 2, 349| according to the norm of special law. The cardinals assist 40 2, 2, 358| pastoral function as his special envoy (missus specialis) 41 2, 2, 359| which is attributed to it in special law.~ 42 2, 2, 360| all these are defined in special law.~ 43 2, 2, 365| 365 §1. It is also the special function of a pontifical 44 2, 2, 365| Church and state and in a special way to deal with the drafting 45 2, 2, 370| territorially and whose care, due to special circumstances, is entrusted 46 2, 2, 371| established as a diocese due to special circumstances and which, 47 2, 2, 371| the Supreme Pontiff due to special and particularly grave reasons 48 2, 2, 374| parishes can be joined into special groups, such as vicariates 49 2, 2, 384| Can. 384 With special solicitude, a diocesan bishop 50 2, 2, 385| to consecrated life, with special care shown for priestly 51 2, 2, 402| provides otherwise because of special circumstances.~§2. The conference 52 2, 2, 403| auxiliary bishop provided with special faculties can be given to 53 2, 2, 403| coadjutor bishop who also has special faculties. A coadjutor bishop 54 2, 2, 406| things which by law require a special mandate.~§2. Unless the 55 2, 2, 436| endow a metropolitan with special functions and power to be 56 2, 2, 443| perform in the territory a special function committed to them 57 2, 2, 448| Apostolic See to establish special norms for each of them.~ 58 2, 2, 450| in the same territory a special function entrusted to them 59 2, 2, 455| law has prescribed it or a special mandate of the Apostolic 60 2, 2, 455| neither universal law nor a special mandate of the Apostolic 61 2, 2, 479| himself or which require a special mandate of the bishop by 62 2, 2, 479| general or which require a special mandate of the bishop by 63 2, 2, 528| the sacraments and, in a special way, that they frequently 64 2, 2, 529| similarly those weighed down by special difficulties. He is to work 65 2, 2, 565| someone legitimately has special rights, a chaplain is appointed 66 2, 2, 566| granted by particular law or special delegation, a chaplain possesses 67 2, 2, 569| chaplains are governed by special laws.~ 68 2, 3, 573| been dedicated by a new and special title to His honor, to the 69 2, 3, 573| counsels lead, are joined in a special way to the Church and its 70 2, 3, 574| state so that they possess a special gift in the life of the 71 2, 3, 590| life are dedicated in a special way to the service of God 72 2, 3, 590| authority of the Church in a special way.~§2. Individual members 73 2, 3, 594| right remains under the special care of the diocesan bishop.~ 74 2, 3, 602| are united together as a special family in Christ, is to 75 2, 3, 615| constitutions is entrusted to the special vigilance of the diocesan 76 2, 3, 663| exercises of piety.~§4. With special veneration, they are to 77 2, 3, 677| are to assist them with special care so that they are imbued 78 3, 0, 758| witness to the gospel in a special way and the bishop appropriately 79 3, 0, 777| pastor is to take care in a special way:~1/ that suitable catechesis 80 3, 0, 782| individual bishops are to have special solicitude for missionary 81 3, 0, 783| in missionary action in a special way and in a manner proper 82 3, 0, 794| of educating belongs in a special way to the Church, to which 83 3, 0, 802| other schools required by special needs.~ 84 4, 1, 851| conference of bishops and the special norms issued by it;~2/ the 85 4, 1, 882| of universal law or the special grant of the competent authority 86 4, 1, 884| virtue of the law or the special grant of the competent authority 87 4, 1, 940| Can. 940 A special lamp which indicates and 88 4, 1, 943| is a priest or deacon; in special circumstances, the minister 89 4, 1, 958| for Masses are to have a special book in which they note 90 4, 1, 997| prescripts contained in the special laws of the Church must 91 4, 1, 1053| ordination are to be noted in a special register to be kept carefully 92 4, 1, 1053| notation of the ordination in a special register to be kept in the 93 4, 1, 1056| Christian marriage obtain a special firmness by reason of the 94 4, 1, 1077| Can. 1077 §1. In a special case, the local ordinary 95 4, 1, 1105| required that:~1/ there is a special mandate to contract with 96 4, 1, 1111| expressly.~If it concerns special delegation, it must be given 97 4, 1, 1113| Can. 1113 Before special delegation is granted, all 98 4, 1, 1133| is to be noted only in a special register to be kept in the 99 4, 1, 1134| and exclusive. Moreover, a special sacrament strengthens and, 100 4, 2, 1172| possessed unless he has obtained special and express permission from 101 4, 2, 1186| the Church commends to the special and filial reverence of 102 4, 2, 1200| something is bound by a special obligation of religion to 103 4, 3, 1230| faithful make pilgrimage for a special reason of piety, with the 104 4, 3, 1241| families can also have a special cemetery or tomb, to be 105 4, 3, 1244| Diocesan bishops can decree special feast days or days of penance 106 4, 3, 1249| faithful devote themselves in a special way to prayer, perform works 107 5, 0, 1265| order the taking up of a special collection for specific 108 5, 0, 1273| Each diocese is to have a special institute which is to collect 109 5, 0, 1275| ecclesiastical goods by issuing special instructions within the 110 5, 0, 1297| or affinity without the special written permission of competent 111 6, 1, 1338| manner accommodated to the special conditions of the person 112 6, 2 | TITLE V.~DELICTS AGAINST SPECIAL OBLIGATIONS (Cann. 1392 - 113 6, 2, 1398| just penalty only when the special gravity of the violation 114 7, 1, 1402| Can. 1403 §1. Special pontifical law governs the 115 7, 1, 1402| these causes whenever the special pontifical law refers to 116 7, 1, 1458| be established through a special decree which gives the substantiating 117 7, 1, 1485| Can. 1485 Without a special mandate, a procurator cannot 118 7, 1, 1485| which the law requires a special mandate.~ 119 7, 2, 1508| the guardian, curator, or special procurator, that is, the 120 7, 2, 1524| procurator of the party who has a special mandate to do so; it must 121 7, 2, 1609| for deliberation; unless a special reason suggests otherwise, 122 7, 3 | PART III.~CERTAIN SPECIAL PROCESSES ~ 123 7, 3, 1691| matter precludes it; the special norms for cases concerning 124 7, 3, 1692| after having weighed the special circumstances, can grant 125 7, 3, 1699| If the proposed case has special difficulties of the juridical 126 7, 4, 1728| applied in a penal trial; the special norms for cases which pertain


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