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Code of Canon Law


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institutes
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the system of Roman law institutes on persons, things and actions. 2 Intr | which directly affected new institutes and ecclesiastical discipline, 3 Intr | especially of individual institutes through particular laws 4 Intr | the sacred hierarchy,” “institutes of perfection,” “laity,” “ 5 Intr | later called the group on “institutes of perfection” and finally 6 Intr | and finally the group on “institutes of life consecrated through 7 Intr | processes;~1977—the schema on institutes of life consecrated by the 8 Intr | congregations, tribunals and other institutes of the Roman Curia, based 9 Intr | Finally, all the works, institutes and initiatives of the apostolate 10 1, 0, 86| constitutive of juridic institutes or acts.~ 11 1, 0, 103| 103 Members of religious institutes and societies of apostolic 12 1, 0, 134| superiors of clerical religious institutes of pontifical right and 13 1, 0, 134| the superiors of religious institutes and of societies of apostolic 14 2, 1, 229| universities and faculties or in institutes of religious sciences, by 15 2, 1, 298| associations distinct from institutes of consecrated life and 16 2, 1, 307| 3. Members of religious institutes can join associations according 17 2, 1, 311| Can. 311 Members of institutes of consecrated life who 18 2, 1, 317| which members of religious institutes erect outside their own 19 2, 1, 317| which members of religious institutes erect in their own church 20 2, 1, 320| which members of religious institutes have erected through apostolic 21 2, 2, 334| other persons and various institutes according to the needs of 22 2, 2, 334| authority, all these persons and institutes fulfill the function entrusted 23 2, 2, 346| members of clerical religious institutes elected according to the 24 2, 2, 346| members of clerical religious institutes elected according to the 25 2, 2, 354| dicasteries and other permanent institutes of the Roman Curia and Vatican 26 2, 2, 360| congregations, tribunals, and other institutes; the constitution and competence 27 2, 2, 361| of the Church, and other institutes of the Roman Curia, unless 28 2, 2, 377| even including members of institutes of consecrated life, who 29 2, 2, 397| visit members of religious institutes of pontifical right and 30 2, 2, 443| major superiors of religious institutes and societies of apostolic 31 2, 2, 443| the major superiors of the institutes and societies which have 32 2, 2, 463| faithful, even members of institutes of consecrated life, chosen 33 2, 2, 463| some superiors of religious institutes and of societies of apostolic 34 2, 2, 463| can be clerics, members of institutes of consecrated life, or 35 2, 2, 512| Churchclerics, members of institutes of consecrated life, and 36 2, 3 | PART III.~INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE AND 37 2, 3 | SECTION I:~INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE ~ 38 2, 3 | TITLE I:~NORMS COMMON TO ALL INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED LIFE (Cann. 39 2, 3, 573| assume this form of living in institutes of consecrated life canonically 40 2, 3, 573| to the proper laws of the institutes, they profess the evangelical 41 2, 3, 574| evangelical counsels in institutes of this type belongs to 42 2, 3, 576| part, to take care that the institutes grow and flourish according 43 2, 3, 577| Church there are a great many institutes of consecrated life which 44 2, 3, 579| own territory, can erect institutes of consecrated life by formal 45 2, 3, 582| 582 Mergers and unions of institutes of consecrated life are 46 2, 3, 583| Can. 583 Changes in institutes of consecrated life affecting 47 2, 3, 586| acknowledged for individual institutes, by which they possess their 48 2, 3, 590| Can. 590 §1. Inasmuch as institutes of consecrated life are 49 2, 3, 591| provide better for the good of institutes and the needs of the apostolate, 50 2, 3, 591| common advantage, can exempt institutes of consecrated life from 51 2, 3, 592| foster the communion of institutes with the Apostolic See, 52 2, 3, 593| the prescript of can. 586, institutes of pontifical right are 53 2, 3, 596| Superiors and chapters of institutes possess that power over 54 2, 3, 596| 2. In clerical religious institutes of pontifical right, however, 55 2, 3, 603| 603 §1. In addition to institutes of consecrated life, the 56 2, 3, 606| which are established for institutes of consecrated life and 57 2, 3 | TITLE II.~RELIGIOUS INSTITUTES (Cann. 607 - 709)~ 58 2, 3, 611| consent;~3/ for clerical institutes to have a church, without 59 2, 3 | CHAPTER II.~THE GOVERNANCE OF INSTITUTES ~ 60 2, 3, 634| persons by the law itself, institutes, provinces, and houses are 61 2, 3, 635| temporal goods of religious institutes are ecclesiastical, they 62 2, 3, 638| mentioned in can. 615 and for institutes of diocesan right, it is 63 2, 3, 640| account local conditions, institutes are to strive to give, as 64 2, 3, 659| Can. 659 §1. In individual institutes the formation of all the 65 2, 3 | OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF INSTITUTES AND THEIR MEMBERS~ 66 2, 3, 672| of can. 279, §2; in lay institutes of pontifical right, the 67 2, 3 | CHAPTER V.~THE APOSTOLATE OF INSTITUTES~ 68 2, 3, 674| Can. 674 Institutes which are entirely ordered 69 2, 3, 674| reason, members of these institutes cannot be summoned to furnish 70 2, 3, 675| belongs to the very nature of institutes dedicated to works of the 71 2, 3, 676| Can. 676 Lay institutes, whether of men or of women, 72 2, 3, 677| faithful joined to them, institutes are to assist them with 73 2, 3, 680| Can. 680 Among the various institutes and also between them and 74 2, 3, 680| and purpose of individual institutes and the laws of the foundation.~ 75 2, 3, 686| diocesan bishop if it concerns institutes of diocesan right.~§2. It 76 2, 3, 688| of pontifical right. In institutes of diocesan right and in 77 2, 3, 691| competent authority.~§2. In institutes of pontifical right, an 78 2, 3, 691| to the Apostolic See. In institutes of diocesan right, however, 79 2, 3, 708| purpose of the individual institutes, always without prejudice 80 2, 3 | TITLE III.~SECULAR INSTITUTES (Cann. 710 - 730)~ ~ 81 2, 3, 711| of the law which refer to institutes of consecrated life.~ 82 2, 3, 713| 713 §1. Members of these institutes express and exercise their 83 2, 3, 731| apostolic life resemble institutes of consecrated life; their 84 3, 0, 758| consecration to God, members of institutes of consecrated life give 85 3, 0, 763| and oratories of religious institutes of pontifical right, unless 86 3, 0, 776| the parish, of members of institutes of consecrated life and 87 3, 0, 783| consecration members of institutes of consecrated life dedicate 88 3, 0, 784| secular clerics, members of institutes of consecrated life or of 89 3, 0, 790| into with moderators of institutes which dedicate themselves 90 3, 0, 801| Can. 801 Religious institutes whose proper mission is 91 3, 0, 806| which members of religious institutes have founded or direct. 92 3, 0 | CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER INSTITUTES OF HIGHER STUDIES~ 93 3, 0, 812| theological disciplines in any institutes of higher studies whatsoever 94 3, 0, 814| universities apply equally to other institutes of higher learning.~ 95 3, 0, 819| competent superiors of the institutes must send to ecclesiastical 96 3, 0, 821| that where possible, higher institutes of the religious sciences 97 3, 0, 831| and members of religious institutes, however, are to do so only 98 3, 0, 831| and members of religious institutes to take part on radio or 99 3, 0, 832| 832 Members of religious institutes also need permission of 100 3, 0, 833| Superiors in clerical religious institutes and societies of apostolic 101 4, 1, 911| community in clerical religious institutes and societies of apostolic 102 4, 1, 952| Members of all religious institutes must also observe the same 103 4, 1, 957| in churches of religious institutes or societies of apostolic 104 4, 1, 968| superiors of religious institutes or societies of apostolic 105 4, 1, 969| are members of religious institutes, however, are not to use 106 4, 2, 1174| 276, §2, n. 3; members of institutes of consecrated life and 107 4, 3, 1215| 3. Although religious institutes have received from the diocesan 108 4, 3, 1241| Parishes and religious institutes can have their own cemetery.~§ 109 5, 0, 1265| which belong to religious institutes, the local ordinary can 110 5, 0, 1273| a federation of diocesan institutes, through a cooperative endeavor, 111 5, 0, 1273| 5. If possible, these institutes are to be established in 112 5, 0, 1301| member in other religious institutes.~ 113 7, 1, 1404| supreme moderator of religious institutes of pontifical right;~3/ 114 7, 1, 1426| persons of different religious institutes or of the same clerical


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