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Code of Canon Law


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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | keeping with n. 3 of the Norms issued by the Cardinal Secretary 2 Intr | of the council drew its norms and its direction.~If we 3 Intr | lay down certain rules and norms of behavior.~The instrument 4 Intr | structure, it must also have norms: in order that its hierarchical 5 Intr | and fostered by canonical norms.~Finally, by their very 6 Intr | Code the wording of the norms should be accurate, and 7 Intr | thorough knowledge of these norms before they have juridical 8 Intr | private collections contained norms issued especially by the 9 Intr | Pontiffs as well as other norms taken from lesser sources. 10 Intr | mass of collections and norms, not infrequently contradicting 11 Intr | Gratian, in which the earlier norms were contained, the Corpus 12 Intr | matter of reforming the norms to accommodate them to a 13 Intr | legislative renewal either because norms were issued which directly 14 Intr | Therefore the Code is to furnish norms so that the members of the 15 Intr | itself.~Hence unduly rigid norms are to be set aside and 16 Intr | properly liturgical laws, norms on beatification and canonization 17 Intr | canonization processes, and norms on the external relations 18 Intr | God there would be placed norms on the juridic status of 19 Intr | organization of the Code,” “general norms,” “the sacred hierarchy,” “ 20 Intr | in the book on “general norms.” Furthermore it was deemed 21 Intr | the work. According to the norms handed down at the time, 22 Intr | counsels, the schema on general norms, the schema on the people 23 Intr | doctrine and implementing norms of the Second Vatican Council, 24 Intr | which are entitled: General Norms, The People of God, The 25 Intr | at their disposal secure norms by which they may correctly 26 1 | BOOK I.~GENERAL NORMS LIBER I. DE NORMIS GENERALIBUS~ 27 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~COMMON NORMS~ 28 1, 0, 48| particular case according to the norms of law. Of their nature, 29 1, 0, 95| order (ordines) are rules or norms, which must be observed 30 2, 1, 242| bishops, attentive to the norms issued by the supreme authority 31 2, 1, 242| the seminary and general norms adapted to the pastoral 32 2, 1, 242| interdiocesan, are to observe the norms of the program mentioned 33 2, 1, 243| involved, which is to adapt the norms of the program of priestly 34 2, 1, 261| students observe exactly the norms prescribed by the program 35 2, 1, 277| establish more specific norms concerning this matter and 36 2, 1, 284| ecclesiastical garb according to the norms issued by the conference 37 2, 1 | CHAPTER I.~COMMON NORMS~ 38 2, 1, 309| right to issue particular norms respecting the association 39 2, 1 | CHAPTER IV.~SPECIAL NORMS FOR ASSOCIATIONS OF THE 40 2, 2, 334| churches, according to the norms defined by law.~ 41 2, 2, 362| public authorities. The norms of international law are 42 2, 2, 364| promoted, according to the norms given by the Apostolic See;~ 43 2, 2, 365| states according to the norms of international law:~1/ 44 2, 2, 448| See to establish special norms for each of them.~ 45 2, 2, 491| mentioned in §§1 and 2, the norms established by the diocesan 46 2, 2, 496| bishop, attentive to the norms issued by the conference 47 2, 2, 506| function, and, attentive to the norms issued by the Holy See, 48 2, 2, 510| bishop to establish definite norms which fittingly integrate 49 2, 2, 533| diocesan bishop to establish norms which see to it that during 50 2, 2, 536| only and is governed by the norms established by the diocesan 51 2, 2, 537| addition to universal law, by norms issued by the diocesan bishop 52 2, 2, 537| according to these same norms, are to assist the pastor 53 2, 2, 538| place. Attentive to the norms established by the conference 54 2, 2, 562| according to the liturgical norms and prescripts of the canons, 55 2, 3 | TITLE I:~NORMS COMMON TO ALL INSTITUTES 56 2, 3, 587| in can. 578, fundamental norms regarding governance of 57 2, 3, 587| suitably; nevertheless, norms are not to be multiplied 58 2, 3, 587| without necessity.~§4. Other norms established by competent 59 2, 3, 605| appropriate statutes; the general norms contained in this section 60 2, 3, 624| law is to provide suitable norms so that superiors, constituted 61 2, 3, 626| elections are to observe the norms of universal and proper 62 2, 3, 628| stated times according to the norms of this same proper law.~§ 63 2, 3, 631| greater importance, and issue norms which all are bound to obey.~§ 64 2, 3, 631| affairs.~§3. According to the norms determined in proper law, 65 2, 3, 635| is to establish suitable norms concerning the use and administration 66 2, 3, 667| cloister according to the norms given by the Apostolic See. 67 2, 3, 718| poverty, is governed by the norms of Book V, The Temporal 68 2, 3, 736| reception of orders, the norms for secular clerics are 69 3, 0, 755| and to impart practical norms according to the various 70 3, 0, 767| mysteries of faith and the norms of Christian life are to 71 3, 0, 772| all are to observe the norms issued by the diocesan bishop.~§ 72 3, 0, 775| diocesan bishop to issue norms for catechetics, to make 73 3, 0, 777| Can. 777 Attentive to the norms established by the diocesan 74 3, 0, 804| bishops to issue general norms about this field of action 75 3, 0, 831| of bishops to establish norms concerning the requirements 76 4, 0, 838| him to issue liturgical norms which bind everyone.~ 77 4, 0, 839| fully in keeping with the norms of the Church.~ ~ 78 4, 1, 843| instruction, attentive to the norms issued by competent authority.~ 79 4, 1, 844| is not to issue general norms except after consultation 80 4, 1, 851| bishops and the special norms issued by it;~2/ the parents 81 4, 1, 931| those which the liturgical norms exclude.~ 82 4, 1, 941| pyx or the monstrance; the norms prescribed in the liturgical 83 4, 1, 942| foreseen and the established norms are observed.~ 84 4, 1, 964| bishops is to establish norms regarding the confessional; 85 4, 1, 978| the magisterium and the norms issued by competent authority.~ 86 4, 1, 1031| bishops is free to establish norms which require an older age 87 4, 1, 1067| bishops is to establish norms about the examination of 88 4, 1, 1067| before marriage. After these norms have been diligently observed, 89 4, 1, 1071| Catholic faith unless the norms mentioned in can. 1125 have 90 4, 1, 1127| of bishops to establish norms by which the aforementioned 91 4, 1, 1148| provided for according to the norms of justice, Christian charity, 92 4, 3, 1216| churches, the principles and norms of the liturgy and of sacred 93 4, 3, 1225| excludes or the liturgical norms prohibit.~ 94 4, 3, 1237| preserved, according to the norms given in the liturgical 95 4, 3, 1243| to establish appropriate norms about the discipline to 96 5, 0, 1261| appeals and according to the norms issued by the conference 97 5, 0, 1264| of bishops can establish norms for begging for alms which 98 5, 0, 1271| bishops, through appropriate norms agreed to and approved by 99 5, 0, 1274| administered according to the norms appropriately agreed upon 100 5, 0, 1283| the founder or legitimate norms;~5/ pay at the stated time 101 5, 0, 1286| reprobated.~§2. According to norms to be determined by particular 102 5, 0, 1296| of bishops to establish norms for the leasing of Church 103 7, 1, 1401| without prejudice to the norms of the tribunals of the 104 7, 1, 1402| to the universal law, or norms are involved which also 105 7, 1, 1412| according to the ordinary norms of competence.~ 106 7, 2, 1509| method according to the norms established in particular 107 7, 2, 1590| resolved by sentence, the norms for the oral contentious 108 7, 2, 1627| treated according to the norms for the oral contentious 109 7, 2, 1631| expeditissime) according to the norms of the oral contentious 110 7, 2, 1649| tribunal is to establish norms concerning:~1/ the requirement 111 7, 2, 1670| derogate from procedural norms which have not been established 112 7, 3 | Art. 7.~GENERAL NORMS~ 113 7, 3, 1691| precludes it; the special norms for cases concerning the 114 7, 3, 1714| arbitrated judgment, the norms selected by the parties 115 7, 4, 1728| penal trial; the special norms for cases which pertain 116 7, 5, 1733| solutions according to the norms determined by the conference. 117 7, 5, 1734| notification of the decree.~§3. The norms of §§1 and 2 are not valid:~


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