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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Second Vatican Council in general and in a particular way 2 Intr | Archbishop Pericle Felici, former general secretary of Vatican Council 3 Intr | to the examination of a general session of the synod of 4 Intr | account of the public good and general ecclesiastical discipline.~ 5 Intr | faculties to dispense from general laws which until now have 6 Intr | unity and universal and general law are observed. On the 7 Intr | organization of the Code,” “general norms,” “the sacred hierarchy,” “ 8 Intr | physical and moral persons in general,” “marriage,” “sacraments 9 Intr | incorporated in the book on “general norms.” Furthermore it was 10 Intr | and the Union of Superiors General) in order that they might 11 Intr | enable them to make their general or particular observations 12 Intr | counsels, the schema on general norms, the schema on the 13 Intr | written animadversions, either general ones on the schemata considered 14 Intr | benefit also were those general and particular animadversions 15 Intr | all the animadversions, general and particular, which were 16 Intr | is fidelity to the more general principles already determined 17 Intr | books which are entitled: General Norms, The People of God, 18 1 | BOOK I.~GENERAL NORMS LIBER I. DE NORMIS 19 1, 0, 19| issued in similar matters, general principles of law applied 20 1, 0 | TITLE III.~GENERAL DECREES AND INSTRUCTIONS ( 21 1, 0, 29| Can. 29 General decrees, by which a competent 22 1, 0, 30| is not able to issue the general decree mentioned in can. 23 1, 0, 31| limits of their competence, general executory decrees, namely, 24 1, 0, 32| Can. 32 General executory decrees oblige 25 1, 0, 33| Can. 33 §1. General executory decrees, even 26 1, 0, 53| particular decree prevails over a general in those matters which are 27 1, 0, 53| equally particular or equally general, the decree later in time 28 1, 0, 65| favor denied by a vicar general or by an episcopal vicar 29 1, 0, 65| favor denied by a vicar general or by an episcopal vicar 30 1, 0, 65| obtained validly from his vicar general or episcopal vicar without 31 1, 0, 67| particular prevails over the general in those matters which are 32 1, 0, 67| equally particular or equally general, the earlier in time prevails 33 1, 0, 134| well as those who possess general ordinary executive power 34 1, 0, 134| in them, namely, vicars general and episcopal vicars; likewise, 35 1, 0, 134| 2, excluding the vicar general and episcopal vicar except 36 2, 1, 225| confirmation, they are bound by the general obligation and possess the 37 2, 1, 242| given in the seminary and general norms adapted to the pastoral 38 2, 1, 248| disciplines along with a general culture appropriate to the 39 2, 1, 264| tax of this type must be general, in proportion to the revenues 40 2, 2, 345| bishops can be assembled in a general session, that is, one which 41 2, 2, 346| assembled in an ordinary general session consists of members 42 2, 2, 346| gathered in an extraordinary general session to treat affairs 43 2, 2, 348| bishops has a permanent general secretariat presided offer 44 2, 2, 348| secretariat presided offer by a general secretary who is appointed 45 2, 2, 348| these ceases when a new general session begins.~§2. Furthermore, 46 2, 2 | Art. 1.~BISHOPS IN GENERAL~ 47 2, 2, 391| personally or through vicars general or episcopal vicars according 48 2, 2, 396| bishop, an auxiliary, vicar general, episcopal vicar, or another 49 2, 2, 406| in can. 403, §2 as vicar general. Moreover, the diocesan 50 2, 2, 406| or auxiliaries as vicars general or at least as episcopal 51 2, 2, 409| which he possessed as vicar general or episcopal vicar while 52 2, 2, 413| auxiliary bishop, the vicar general, an episcopal vicar, or 53 2, 2, 417| Everything that a vicar general or episcopal vicar does 54 2, 2, 417| diocesan bishop, a vicar general, or an episcopal vicar does 55 2, 2, 418| all power of the vicar general and episcopal vicar ceases, 56 2, 2, 426| the law grants to a vicar general.~ 57 2, 2, 443| consultative vote:~1/ the vicars general and episcopal vicars of 58 2, 2, 448| Can. 448 §1. As a general rule, a conference of bishops 59 2, 2, 451| permanent council of bishops, a general secretariat of the conference, 60 2, 2, 452| impeded, and is to designate a general secretary, according to 61 2, 2, 452| presides not only offer the general meetings of the conference 62 2, 2, 455| of bishops can only issue general decrees in cases where universal 63 2, 2, 458| Can. 458 It is for the general secretariat:~1/ to prepare 64 2, 2, 458| council entrusts to the general secretary;~2/ to communicate 65 2, 2, 462| however, delegate a vicar general or episcopal vicar to fulfill 66 2, 2, 463| auxiliary bishops;~2/ vicars general, episcopal vicars, and the 67 2, 2, 473| pastoral action of the vicars general or episcopal vicars. Where 68 2, 2, 473| suggest otherwise, the vicar general or if there are several, 69 2, 2, 473| several, one of the vicars general, is to be appointed moderator 70 2, 2, 473| consisting of the vicars general and episcopal vicars, to 71 2, 2 | Art. 1.~VICARS GENERAL AND EPISCOPAL VICARS~ 72 2, 2, 475| bishop must appoint a vicar general who is provided with ordinary 73 2, 2, 475| whole diocese.~§2. As a general rule, one vicar general 74 2, 2, 475| general rule, one vicar general is to be appointed unless 75 2, 2, 476| ordinary power which a vicar general has by universal law, according 76 2, 2, 477| freely appoints a vicar general and an episcopal vicar and 77 2, 2, 477| appointment.~§2. When a vicar general is absent or legitimately 78 2, 2, 478| Can. 478 §1. A vicar general and an episcopal vicar are 79 2, 2, 478| 2. The function of vicar general and episcopal vicar can 80 2, 2, 479| virtue of office, the vicar general has the executive power 81 2, 2, 479| to himself or to a vicar general or which require a special 82 2, 2, 479| also pertain to a vicar general and an episcopal vicar, 83 2, 2, 480| Can. 480 A vicar general and an episcopal vicar must 84 2, 2, 481| 1. The power of a vicar general and an episcopal vicar ceases 85 2, 2, 481| suspended, the power of a vicar general and an episcopal vicar is 86 2, 2, 518| Can. 518 As a general rule a parish is to be territorial, 87 2, 3, 605| appropriate statutes; the general norms contained in this 88 2, 3, 616| can. 613 belongs to the general chapter, unless the constitutions 89 2, 3, 631| Can. 631 §1. The general chapter, which holds supreme 90 2, 3, 631| in charity. It is for the general chapter principally: to 91 2, 3, 631| wishes and suggestions to a general chapter.~ 92 3, 0, 804| conference of bishops to issue general norms about this field of 93 3, 0, 806| prescripts which pertain to the general regulation of Catholic schools; 94 3, 0, 833| or his delegate, vicars general, episcopal vicars, and judicial 95 4, 1, 844| bishops is not to issue general norms except after consultation 96 4, 1, 961| cannot be imparted in a general manner to many penitents 97 4, 1, 962| occasion of the reception of general absolution, the Christian 98 4, 1, 962| contrition is to precede general absolution even in the case 99 4, 1, 963| grave sins are remitted by general absolution is to approach 100 4, 1, 963| before receiving another general absolution, unless a just 101 4, 1, 996| subject must have at least the general intention of acquiring them 102 4, 1, 1049| impediments. Nevertheless, a general dispensation is valid even 103 4, 1, 1049| the dispensation.~§3. A general dispensation from irregularities 104 4, 1 | DIRIMENT IMPEDIMENTS IN GENERAL~ 105 4, 1, 1111| deacons the faculty, even a general one, of assisting at marriages 106 4, 1, 1111| marriage; if it concerns general delegation, it must be given 107 4, 1, 1114| person assists in virtue of general delegation.~ 108 5, 0, 1289| Can. 1290 The general and particular provisions 109 5, 0 | TITLE IV.~PIOUS WILLS IN GENERAL AND PIOUS FOUNDATIONS (Cann. 110 6, 1 | DELICTS AND PENALTIES IN GENERAL~ 111 6, 1 | PUNISHMENT OF DELICTS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1311 - 1312)~ ~ 112 6, 1, 1326| cann. 1323-1326, either by general norm or for individual delicts. 113 6, 1, 1358| penalties expressed in it; a general remission, however, takes 114 6, 2 | TITLE VII.~GENERAL NORM (Can. 1399)~ 115 7, 1 | Part I.~TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 1400 - 1403)~ 116 7, 1, 1419| distinct from the vicar general unless the small size of 117 7, 1, 1485| into arbitration, or in general do those things for which 118 7, 1 | ACTIONS AND EXCEPTIONS IN GENERAL ~ 119 7, 2, 1568| added ex officio, and in general of everything worth remembering 120 7, 3 | Art. 7.~GENERAL NORMS~ 121 7, 3, 1691| the canons on trials in general and on the ordinary contentious 122 7, 3, 1710| the canons on trials in general and on the ordinary contentious 123 7, 4, 1728| the canons on trials in general and on the ordinary contentious


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