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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0 | TITLE I.~ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS ( 2 1, 0 | TITLE II.~CUSTOM (Cann. 23 - 28)~ 3 1, 0 | TITLE III.~GENERAL DECREES AND 4 1, 0 | TITLE IV.~SINGULAR ADMINISTRATIVE 5 1, 0 | TITLE V.~STATUTES AND RULES OF 6 1, 0 | TITLE VI.~PHYSICAL AND JURIDIC 7 1, 0 | TITLE VII.~JURIDIC ACTS (Cann. 8 1, 0 | TITLE VIII.~THE POWER OF GOVERNANCE ( 9 1, 0, 134| the Roman Pontiff, by the title of ordinary are understood 10 1, 0, 134| executive power.~§2. By the title of local ordinary are understood 11 1, 0 | TITLE IX.~ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICES ( 12 1, 0, 185| Can. 185 The title of emeritus can be conferred 13 1, 0, 189| the office by some other title.~ ~ 14 1, 0 | TITLE X.~PRESCRIPTION (Cann. 197 - 15 1, 0 | TITLE XI.~COMPUTATION OF TIME ( 16 2, 1 | TITLE I.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS 17 2, 1 | TITLE II.~THE OBLIGATIONS AND 18 2, 1, 224| enumerated in the canons of this title.~ 19 2, 1 | TITLE III.~SACRED MINISTERS OR 20 2, 1, 276| consecrated to God by a new title in the reception of orders, 21 2, 1 | TITLE IV.~PERSONAL PRELATURES ( 22 2, 1, 295| promote them to orders under title of service to the prelature.~§ 23 2, 1, 295| under the above-mentioned title.~ 24 2, 1 | TITLE V.~ASSOCIATIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN 25 2, 1, 304| Christian faithful, by whatever title or name they are called, 26 2, 1, 304| 2. They are to choose a title or name for themselves adapted 27 2, 2, 350| the Roman Pontiff assigns title of a suburbicarian church 28 2, 2, 350| diaconal orders his own title or diaconia in Rome.~§3. 29 2, 2, 350| own patriarchal see as a title.~§4. The cardinal dean holds 30 2, 2, 350| cardinal dean holds as his title the Diocese of Ostia together 31 2, 2, 350| church he already has as a title.~§5. Through a choice made 32 2, 2, 350| can transfer to another title, and cardinals from the 33 2, 2, 352| the cardinals who possess title to a suburbicarian church 34 2, 2, 357| cardinals who have been assigned title to a suburbicarian church 35 2, 2 | TITLE I.~PARTICULAR CHURCHES AND 36 2, 2, 388| been entrusted, even under title of administration, satisfies 37 2, 2, 402| been accepted retains the title of emeritus of his diocese 38 2, 2 | TITLE II.~GROUPINGS OF PARTICULAR 39 2, 2 | TITLE III.~THE INTERNAL ORDERING 40 2, 2, 482| given an assistant whose title is to be vice-chancellor.~§ 41 2, 3 | TITLE I:~NORMS COMMON TO ALL INSTITUTES 42 2, 3, 573| dedicated by a new and special title to His honor, to the building 43 2, 3 | TITLE II.~RELIGIOUS INSTITUTES ( 44 2, 3 | TITLE III.~SECULAR INSTITUTES ( 45 3, 0 | TITLE I.~THE MINISTRY OF THE DIVINE 46 3, 0 | TITLE II.~THE MISSIONARY ACTION 47 3, 0 | TITLE III.~CATHOLIC EDUCATION ( 48 3, 0, 808| university is to bear the title or name of Catholic university 49 3, 0 | TITLE IV.~INSTRUMENTS OF SOCIAL 50 3, 0, 824| according to the canons of this title is the proper local ordinary 51 3, 0, 824| books in the canons of this title must be applied to any writings 52 3, 0 | TITLE V.~THE PROFESSION OF FAITH ( 53 4, 1 | TITLE I.~BAPTISM (Cann. 849 - 54 4, 1 | TITLE II.~THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION ( 55 4, 1 | TITLE III.~THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST ( 56 4, 1, 951| by reason of an extrinsic title.~§2. A priest who concelebrates 57 4, 1, 951| offering for it under any title.~ 58 4, 1 | TITLE IV.~THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE ( 59 4, 1 | TITLE V.~THE SACRAMENT OF THE 60 4, 1 | TITLE VI.~ORDERS (Cann. 1008 - 61 4, 1 | TITLE VII.~MARRIAGE (Cann. 1055 - 62 4, 2 | TITLE I:~SACRAMENTALS (Cann. 1166 - 63 4, 2 | TITLE II.~THE LITURGY OF THE HOURS ( 64 4, 2 | TITLE III.~ECCLESIASTICAL FUNERALS ( 65 4, 2 | TITLE IV.~THE VENERATION OF THE 66 4, 2 | TITLE V.~A VOW AND AN OATH (Cann. 67 4, 3 | TITLE I:~SACRED PLACES (Cann. 68 4, 3, 1218| church is to have its own title which cannot be changed 69 4, 3 | TITLE II.~SACRED TIMES (Cann. 70 5, 0 | TITLE I.~THE ACQUISITION OF GOODS ( 71 5, 0 | TITLE II.~THE ADMINISTRATION OF 72 5, 0, 1281| ecclesiastical goods by a legitimate title are bound to fulfill their 73 5, 0, 1288| to administration by the title of an ecclesiastical office, 74 5, 0 | TITLE III.~CONTRACTS AND ESPECIALLY 75 5, 0 | TITLE IV.~PIOUS WILLS IN GENERAL 76 6, 1 | TITLE I~THE PUNISHMENT OF DELICTS 77 6, 1 | TITLE II.~PENAL LAW AND PENAL 78 6, 1 | TITLE III.~THE SUBJECT LIABLE 79 6, 1 | TITLE IV.~PENALTIES AND OTHER 80 6, 1, 1335| privilege, faculty, favor, title, or insignia, even merely 81 6, 1 | TITLE V.~THE APPLICATION OF PENALTIES ( 82 6, 1 | TITLE VI.~THE CESSATION OF PENALTIES ( 83 6, 2 | TITLE I.~DELICTS AGAINST RELIGION 84 6, 2 | TITLE II~DELICTS AGAINST ECCLESIASTICAL 85 6, 2 | TITLE III.~USURPATION OF ECCLESIASTICAL 86 6, 2 | TITLE IV.~THE CRIME OF FALSEHOOD ( 87 6, 2 | TITLE V.~DELICTS AGAINST SPECIAL 88 6, 2 | TITLE VI.~DELICTS AGAINST HUMAN 89 6, 2 | TITLE VII.~GENERAL NORM (Can. 90 7, 1 | TITLE I.~THE COMPETENT FORUM ( 91 7, 1, 1410| which originate from another title, a party can be brought 92 7, 1 | TITLE II.~DIFFERENT GRADES AND 93 7, 1 | TITLE III.~THE DISCIPLINE TO BE 94 7, 1 | TITLE IV.~THE PARTIES IN A CASE ( 95 7, 1 | TITLE V.~ACTIONS AND EXCEPTIONS ( 96 7, 1, 1497| possession of others under any title and to the loans of the 97 7, 2 | TITLE I.~THE INTRODUCTION OF THE 98 7, 2 | TITLE II.~THE JOINDER OF THE ISSUE ( 99 7, 2 | TITLE III.~THE TRIAL OF THE LITIGATION ( 100 7, 2 | TITLE IV.~PROOFS (Cann. 1526 - 101 7, 2 | TITLE V.~INCIDENTAL CASES (Cann. 102 7, 2 | TITLE VI.~THE PUBLICATION OF THE 103 7, 2 | TITLE VII.~THE PRONOUNCEMENTS 104 7, 2 | TITLE VIII.~CHALLENGE OF THE SENTENCE ( 105 7, 2 | TITLE IX.~RES IUDICATA AND RESTITUTIO 106 7, 2 | TITLE X.~JUDICIAL EXPENSES AND 107 7, 2 | TITLE XI.~THE EXECUTION OF THE 108 7, 3 | TITLE I.~MARRIAGE PROCESSES (Cann. 109 7, 3 | TITLE II.~CASES FOR DECLARING 110 7, 3, 1710| to the prescripts of this title.~ 111 7, 3 | TITLE III.~METHODS OF AVOIDING 112 7, 4, 1728| prescripts of the canons of this title and unless the nature of


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