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cathedral 19
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catholic 113
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114 act
114 institutes
114 juridic
113 catholic
113 trial
112 title
109 pastoral
Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
catholic
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. The Latin text 2 Intr | the National Conference of Catholic Bishops.~Nihil obstat Most 3 Intr | President~National Conference of Catholic Bishops~Imprimatur Most 4 Intr | course of the centuries the Catholic Church has been accustomed 5 Intr | expectations of the whole Catholic world, I order today, January 6 Intr | the classical law of the Catholic Church and is commonly called 7 Intr | Trent during the time of the Catholic Reformation and those issued 8 Intr | the bishops of the whole Catholic world to express their concerns 9 Intr | civil law from all over the Catholic world. During the whole 10 1, 0, 11| have been baptized in the Catholic Church or received into 11 1, 0, 112| marriage, the children of the Catholic party who has legitimately 12 1, 0, 113| Can. 113 §1. The Catholic Church and the Apostolic 13 1, 0, 194| publicly defected from the Catholic faith or from the communion 14 2, 1, 204| society, subsists in the Catholic Church governed by the successor 15 2, 1, 205| in the communion of the Catholic Church on this earth who 16 2, 1, 216| undertaking is to claim the name Catholic without the consent of competent 17 2, 1, 252| students understand the entire Catholic doctrine grounded in divine 18 2, 1, 300| association is to assume the name Catholic without the consent of competent 19 2, 1, 316| has publicly rejected the Catholic faith, has defected from 20 2, 2, 364| are fostered between the Catholic Church and other Churches 21 2, 2, 368| from which the one and only Catholic Church exists, are first 22 2, 2, 369| in which the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church of 23 2, 2, 383| full communion with the Catholic Church and is to foster 24 2, 2, 397| Can. 397 §1. Persons, Catholic institutions, and sacred 25 2, 2, 443| rectors of ecclesiastical and Catholic universities and deans of 26 2, 2, 463| full communion with the Catholic Church.~ 27 2, 2, 512| full communion with the Catholic Churchclerics, members 28 2, 2, 528| particular care for the Catholic education of children and 29 2, 3, 597| Can. 597 §1. Any Catholic endowed with a right intention 30 2, 3, 694| defected notoriously from the Catholic faith;~2/ has contracted 31 3, 0, 748| coerce persons to embrace the Catholic faith against their conscience.~ 32 3, 0, 750| believe with divine and Catholic faith all those things contained 33 3, 0, 750| opposed to the doctrine of the Catholic Church.~ 34 3, 0, 751| be believed by divine and Catholic faith; apostasy is the total 35 3, 0, 779| life, are able to learn Catholic doctrine more fully and 36 3, 0 | TITLE III.~CATHOLIC EDUCATION (Cann. 793 - 821)~ 37 3, 0, 793| educating their offspring. Catholic parents also have the duty 38 3, 0, 793| provide more suitably for the Catholic education of their children, 39 3, 0, 793| they need to secure the Catholic education of their children.~ 40 3, 0, 794| all the faithful have a Catholic education.~ 41 3, 0, 798| schools which provide a Catholic education. If they are unable 42 3, 0, 798| take care that suitable Catholic education is provided for 43 3, 0, 800| Christian faithful are to foster Catholic schools, assisting in their 44 3, 0, 801| to devote themselves to Catholic education through their 45 3, 0, 803| Can. 803 §1. A Catholic school is understood as 46 3, 0, 803| instruction and education in a Catholic school must be grounded 47 3, 0, 803| grounded in the principles of Catholic doctrine; teachers are to 48 3, 0, 803| 3. Even if it is in fact Catholic, no school is to bear the 49 3, 0, 803| school is to bear the name Catholic school without the consent 50 3, 0, 804| Can. 804 §1. The Catholic religious instruction and 51 3, 0, 806| watch over and visit the Catholic schools in his territory, 52 3, 0, 806| the general regulation of Catholic schools; these prescripts 53 3, 0, 806| schools.~§2. Directors of Catholic schools are to take care 54 3, 0 | CHAPTER II.~CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES AND OTHER INSTITUTES 55 3, 0, 808| 808 Even if it is in fact Catholic, no university is to bear 56 3, 0, 808| bear the title or name of Catholic university without the consent 57 3, 0, 809| preserved and in light of Catholic doctrine.~ 58 3, 0, 810| teachers are appointed in Catholic universities who besides 59 3, 0, 810| so that the principles of Catholic doctrine are observed faithfully 60 3, 0, 811| is to take care that in Catholic universities a faculty or 61 3, 0, 811| students.~§2. In individual Catholic universities, there are 62 3, 0, 813| non-Catholic ones, there are Catholic university centers which 63 3, 0, 818| prescripts established for Catholic universities in cann. 810, 64 3, 0, 825| the conference of bishops, Catholic members of the Christian 65 3, 0, 831| accustomed to attack openly the Catholic religion or good morals; 66 3, 0, 831| dealing with questions of Catholic doctrine or morals.~ 67 3, 0, 833| of an ecclesiastical or Catholic university, when the rector’ 68 4, 1, 844| Can. 844 §1. Catholic ministers administer the 69 4, 1, 844| the sacraments licitly to Catholic members of the Christian 70 4, 1, 844| receive them licitly from Catholic ministers alone, without 71 4, 1, 844| impossible to approach a Catholic minister are permitted to 72 4, 1, 844| anointing of the sick from non-~Catholic ministers in whose Churches 73 4, 1, 844| sacraments are valid.~§3. Catholic ministers administer the 74 4, 1, 844| full communion with the Catholic Church if they seek such 75 4, 1, 844| grave necessity urges it, Catholic ministers administer these 76 4, 1, 844| full communion with the Catholic Church, who cannot approach 77 4, 1, 844| provided that they manifest Catholic faith in respect to these 78 4, 1, 868| will be brought up in the Catholic religion; if such hope is 79 4, 1, 868| reason.~§2. An infant of Catholic parents or even of non-Catholic 80 4, 1, 874| for a just cause;~3/ be a Catholic who has been confirmed and 81 4, 1, 874| participate except together with a Catholic sponsor and then only as 82 4, 1, 883| the full communion of the Catholic Church;~3/ as regards those 83 4, 1, 908| Can. 908 Catholic priests are forbidden to 84 4, 1, 908| full communion with the Catholic Church.~ 85 4, 1, 923| receive holy communion in any Catholic rite, without prejudice 86 4, 1, 933| full communion with the Catholic Church so long as there 87 4, 1, 1059| Even if only one party is Catholic, the marriage of Catholics 88 4, 1, 1071| notoriously rejected the Catholic faith;~5/ a marriage of 89 4, 1, 1071| notoriously rejected the Catholic faith unless the norms mentioned 90 4, 1, 1086| has been baptized in the Catholic Church or received into 91 4, 1, 1117| marriage was baptized in the Catholic Church or received into 92 4, 1, 1118| between Catholics or between a Catholic party and a non-Catholic 93 4, 1, 1118| 3. A marriage between a Catholic party and a non-baptized 94 4, 1, 1121| the proper parish of the Catholic party whose pastor conducted 95 4, 1, 1121| about the free status. The Catholic spouse is bound to notify 96 4, 1, 1124| whom one is baptized in the Catholic Church or received into 97 4, 1, 1124| full communion with the Catholic Church.~ 98 4, 1, 1125| have been fulfilled:~1/ the Catholic party is to declare that 99 4, 1, 1125| baptized and brought up in the Catholic Church;~2/ the other party 100 4, 1, 1125| about the promises which the Catholic party is to make, in such 101 4, 1, 1125| promise and obligation of the Catholic party;~3/ both parties are 102 4, 1, 1127| marriage.~Nevertheless, if a Catholic party contracts marriage 103 4, 1, 1127| the local ordinary of the Catholic party has the right of dispensing 104 4, 1, 1127| celebration in which the Catholic who is assisting and a non-Catholic 105 4, 1, 1128| are to take care that the Catholic spouse and the children 106 4, 1, 1146| contract a new marriage with a Catholic party:~1/ if the other party 107 4, 1, 1148| receives baptism in the Catholic Church, a non-baptized man 108 4, 1, 1149| received baptism in the Catholic Church, cannot restore cohabitation 109 4, 3, 1248| celebrated anywhere in a Catholic rite either on the feast 110 5, 0, 1253| its proper purposes, the Catholic Church by innate right is 111 6, 2, 1365| baptized or educated in a non Catholic religion are to be punished 112 7, 1, 1442| supreme judge for the entire Catholic world; he renders judicial 113 7, 1, 1483| the advocate must be a Catholic unless the diocesan bishop


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