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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the Church.~Therefore the new Code which is promulgated 2 Intr | in the preparation of the new Code so that by means of 3 Intr | the books of the Old and New Testament from which is 4 Intr | Mt. 5:17) such that in a new and higher way it became 5 Intr | part of the heritage of the New Testament. Therefore, although 6 Intr | Thus the writings of the New Testament enable us to understand 7 Intr | in a certain sense this new Code could be understood 8 Intr | should govern the entire new Code within the limits of 9 Intr | likewise the newness of the new Code.~Among the elements 10 Intr | Vatican Council has drawn both new and old from the treasury 11 Intr | treasury of tradition, and the new consists precisely in the 12 Intr | manner of expression.~The new Code of Canon Law appears 13 Intr | naturally to be hoped that the new canonical legislation will 14 Intr | many bishops asked that a new and sole collection laws 15 Intr | disciplinary issues through a new organization of laws. Finally, 16 Intr | and external form of the new collection. It was decided 17 Intr | precept were expressed in a new and briefer form. However, 18 Intr | Church. The character of the new Code was clearly enuntiated 19 Intr | not a case of enacting a new law but rather a matter 20 Intr | matter of arranging in a new fashion the operative legislation 21 Intr | meantime was experiencing new growth. Nevertheless, both 22 Intr | brought it about that a new reform of canon law was 23 Intr | Raimondo Bidagor, S.J. the new secretary of the Commission 24 Intr | Venezuela, was named the new secretary of the Commission. 25 Intr | highlighted the urgent need of a new reform of the law to respond 26 Intr | not simply a matter of a new organization of the laws 27 Intr | to accommodate them to a new mentality and new needs 28 Intr | them to a new mentality and new needs even if the old law 29 Intr | which directly affected new institutes and ecclesiastical 30 Intr | juridic character of the new Code, which the social nature 31 Intr | as much as possible, the new law, besides the virtue 32 Intr | the same principle, the new Code entrusts either to 33 Intr | jurisdictional units. Therefore the new Code is to affirm the following 34 Intr | is admitted by all, the new systematic arrangement of 35 Intr | precisely. Therefore the new organization of the Code 36 Intr | principles in drafting the new text of the Code.~Meanwhile 37 Intr | collaborated in the drafting of the new Code of Canon Law: bishops, 38 Intr | systematic organization of the new Code to be proposed to the 39 Intr | established were organized in a new way: “the systematic organization 40 Intr | completely harmonious Code.~The new systematic organization 41 Intr | practical usefulness so that the new Code can be easily understood 42 Intr | Christian faithful.~The new Code therefore consists 43 Intr | individual books of the old and new Code appear to indicate 44 Intr | systematic innovations of the new Code are much more evident 45 Intr | But it is certain that the new organization not only corresponds 46 Intr | greater importance, the new is more in keeping with 47 Intr | on the entire text of the new Code and to cast a definitive 48 Intr | Pontiff decreed that the new Code was to be promulgated 49 Intr | certain elements of the new law become less perfect 50 Intr | less perfect and require a new review, the Church is endowed 51 1, 0, 121| juridic personality, this new juridic person obtains the 52 1, 0, 177| however, must proceed to a new election within a month 53 2, 1, 242| program is to be adapted to new circumstances, also with 54 2, 1, 269| dedicated to the service of the new particular church according 55 2, 1, 276| consecrated to God by a new title in the reception of 56 2, 2, 340| the law itself until the new Supreme Pontiff orders it 57 2, 2, 347| the law itself until the new Pontiff has decided to dissolve 58 2, 2, 348| all these ceases when a new general session begins.~§ 59 2, 2, 409| the see was filled until a new bishop has taken possession 60 2, 2, 418| takes possession of the new diocese, however, the diocese 61 2, 2, 418| canonical possession of the new diocese, a transferred bishop 62 2, 2, 430| administrator ceases when the new bishop has taken possession 63 2, 2, 437| A metropolitan needs a new pallium if he is transferred 64 2, 2, 502| proper functions until a new college is established.~§ 65 2, 3, 573| having been dedicated by a new and special title to His 66 2, 3, 581| they are called, to erect new parts, to join those erected, 67 2, 3, 605| Can. 605 The approval of new forms of consecrated life 68 2, 3, 605| are to strive to discern new gifts of consecrated life 69 2, 3, 677| prudently, even employing new and opportune means.~§2. 70 2, 3, 684| perpetual profession in the new institute. If the member 71 2, 3, 684| established by proper law; a new profession is not required.~§ 72 2, 3, 684| profession of a member in the new institute.~§5. For a transfer 73 2, 3, 685| makes profession in the new institute, the rights and 74 2, 3, 685| of the proper law of the new institute.~§2. Through profession 75 2, 3, 685| Through profession in the new institute, the member is 76 2, 3, 687| cannot be reconciled with the new condition of his or her 77 2, 3, 689| though unable to make a new profession, the religious 78 2, 3, 744| definitive incorporation in the new society.~§2. Transfer to 79 2, 3, 745| cannot be reconciled with the new condition of the member 80 3, 0, 829| original text but not for new editions or translations 81 4, 1, 840| 840 The sacraments of the New Testament were instituted 82 4, 1, 1063| holiness and duties of their new state;~3/ a fruitful liturgical 83 4, 1, 1076| custom which introduces a new impediment or is contrary 84 4, 1, 1143| by the very fact that a new marriage is contracted by 85 4, 1, 1144| baptized party to contract a new marriage validly, the non-baptized 86 4, 1, 1146| the right to contract a new marriage with a Catholic 87 4, 1, 1157| renewal of consent must be a new act of the will concerning 88 4, 2, 1167| See alone can establish new sacramentals, authentically 89 4, 3, 1215| churches, he judges that the new church can serve the good 90 4, 3, 1215| bishop consent to establish a new house in the diocese or 91 4, 3, 1217| been completed properly, a new church is to be dedicated 92 5, 0, 1303| person can satisfy both the new obligation to be undertaken 93 7, 1, 1419| administrator; when the new bishop arrives, however, 94 7, 1, 1445| Rota refused to admit to a new examination;~3/ exceptions 95 7, 2, 1505| petitioner can resubmit a new, correctly prepared libellus 96 7, 2, 1507| can establish that by a new decree.~§2. If the libellus 97 7, 2, 1514| changed validly except by a new decree, for a grave cause, 98 7, 2, 1592| time, even by issuing a new citation if necessary.~ 99 7, 2, 1594| does not comply with the new citation, the petitioner 100 7, 2, 1600| 2, nn. 1-3 unless the new proof is allowed.~§2. The 101 7, 2, 1600| the interested person.~§3. New proofs are to be published 102 7, 2, 1609| decision can be deferred to a new meeting, but not for more 103 7, 2, 1639| prescript of can. 1683, a new cause for petitioning cannot 104 7, 2, 1639| totally or partially.~§2. New proofs, however, are admitted 105 7, 2, 1642| officio in order to prevent a new introduction of the same 106 7, 2, 1644| the appellate tribunal if new and grave proofs or arguments 107 7, 2, 1644| Within a month from when the new proofs and arguments are 108 7, 2, 1644| establish by decree whether a new presentation of the case 109 7, 2, 1644| tribunal in order to obtain a new presentation of the case 110 7, 2, 1645| which undoubtedly prove new facts and demand a contrary 111 7, 2, 1665| judge can only decide about new proofs according to the 112 7, 3, 1677| instruction of the case by a new decree if the parties have 113 7, 3, 1682| ordinary examination in a new grade, after having weighed 114 7, 3, 1683| Can. 1683 If a new ground of nullity of the 115 7, 3, 1684| declared null can contract a new marriage as soon as the 116 7, 4, 1718| mentioned in §1 whenever new evidence indicates to him 117 7, 5, 1735| the decree communicates a new decree by which he either 118 7, 5, 1735| the notification of the new decree. If the author makes 119 7, 5, 1747| bishop cannot appoint a new pastor, but is to provide


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