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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
pastoral
    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | constitution Lumen gentium and the pastoral constitution Gaudium et 2 Intr | prepared to expedite the pastoral care of the people of God 3 Intr | the effective promotion of pastoral ministry throughout the 4 Intr | which contributed so much to pastoral life, have their consequences 5 Intr | the two.~3. To foster the pastoral care of souls as much as 6 Intr | souls and may exercise the pastoral office in a more positive 7 Intr | in canon law, theology, pastoral practice, and civil law 8 Intr | animadversions especially of a pastoral character offered by bishops 9 Intr | especially to their doctrinal and pastoral value, their coherence with 10 2, 1, 242| general norms adapted to the pastoral needs of each region or 11 2, 1, 245| equipped to exercise the pastoral ministry fruitfully and 12 2, 1, 249| formation or for the exercise of pastoral ministry.~ 13 2, 1, 252| be classes in moral and pastoral theology, canon law, liturgy, 14 2, 1, 255| students in the seminary has a pastoral purpose, strictly pastoral 15 2, 1, 255| pastoral purpose, strictly pastoral instruction is to be organized 16 2, 1, 258| are to be initiated into pastoral practice by means of appropriate 17 2, 1, 276| tirelessly the duties of the pastoral ministry;~2/ they are to 18 2, 1, 279| law, priests are to attend pastoral lectures held after priestly 19 2, 1, 279| the sacred sciences and pastoral methods.~§3. They are also 20 2, 1, 279| contributes to the exercise of pastoral ministry.~ 21 2, 1, 294| to accomplish particular pastoral or missionary works for 22 2, 1, 297| desires to exercise its pastoral or missionary works, with 23 2, 2, 358| fulfillment of a certain pastoral function as his special 24 2, 2, 371| grave reasons and whose pastoral care is entrusted to an 25 2, 2, 374| parishes.~§2. To foster pastoral care through common action, 26 2, 2, 381| for the exercise of his pastoral function except for cases 27 2, 2, 383| sufficient use of ordinary pastoral care because of the condition 28 2, 2, 398| to strive to complete the pastoral visitation with due diligence. 29 2, 2, 403| Can. 403 §1. When the pastoral needs of a diocese suggest 30 2, 2, 407| importance, especially of a pastoral character, a diocesan bishop 31 2, 2, 412| prevented from fulfilling his pastoral function in the diocese, 32 2, 2, 414| can. 413 to exercise the pastoral care of a diocese temporarily 33 2, 2, 414| power in the exercise of the pastoral care of the diocese which 34 2, 2, 431| 1. To promote the common pastoral action of different neighboring 35 2, 2, 434| foster cooperation and common pastoral action in the region. Nevertheless, 36 2, 2, 443| presbyteral council and pastoral council of each particular 37 2, 2, 445| provision is made for the pastoral needs of the people of God 38 2, 2, 445| the organization of common pastoral action, and the regulation 39 2, 2, 447| jointly exercise certain pastoral functions for the Christian 40 2, 2, 463| consecrated life, chosen by the pastoral council in a manner and 41 2, 2, 469| diocese, especially in guiding pastoral action, in caring for the 42 2, 2, 473| himself to coordinate the pastoral action of the vicars general 43 2, 2, 473| episcopal vicars, to foster pastoral action more suitably.~ 44 2, 2, 475| of inhabitants, or other pastoral reasons suggest otherwise.~ 45 2, 2, 495| as much as possible the pastoral good of the portion of the 46 2, 2, 510| fittingly integrate the pastoral duties of the pastor and 47 2, 2, 510| is to take care that the pastoral needs of the faithful are 48 2, 2 | CHAPTER V.~THE PASTORAL COUNCIL~ 49 2, 2, 511| diocese and to the extent that pastoral circumstances suggest it, 50 2, 2, 511| circumstances suggest it, a pastoral council is to be constituted 51 2, 2, 511| things which pertain to pastoral works in the diocese.~ 52 2, 2, 512| Can. 512 §1. A pastoral council consists of members 53 2, 2, 512| who are designated to a pastoral council are to be selected 54 2, 2, 512| is to be designated to a pastoral council.~ 55 2, 2, 513| Can. 513 §1. A pastoral council is constituted for 56 2, 2, 513| When the see is vacant, a pastoral council ceases.~ 57 2, 2, 514| Can. 514 §1. A pastoral council possesses only a 58 2, 2, 514| in the council.~§2. The pastoral council is to be convoked 59 2, 2, 515| particular church, whose pastoral care is entrusted to a pastor ( 60 2, 2, 516| is to provide for their pastoral care in another way.~ 61 2, 2, 517| circumstances require it, the pastoral care of a parish or of different 62 2, 2, 517| however, that in exercising pastoral care one of them must be 63 2, 2, 517| participation in the exercise of the pastoral care of a parish is to be 64 2, 2, 517| pastor, is to direct the pastoral care.~ 65 2, 2, 519| entrusted to him, exercising the pastoral care of the community committed 66 2, 2, 520| of the parish or, if the pastoral care is entrusted to several 67 2, 2, 527| promoted to carry out the pastoral care of a parish obtains 68 2, 2, 536| the presbyteral council, a pastoral council is to be established 69 2, 2, 536| with those who share in pastoral care by virtue of their 70 2, 2, 536| parish, assist in fostering pastoral activity.~§2. A pastoral 71 2, 2, 536| pastoral activity.~§2. A pastoral council possesses a consultative 72 2, 2, 539| prevented from exercising his pastoral function in the parish by 73 2, 2, 541| impeded from exercising his pastoral function and before the 74 2, 2, 542| 542 Priests to whom the pastoral care of some parish or of 75 2, 2, 542| 522 and 524;~3/ obtain pastoral care only from the moment 76 2, 2, 543| Can. 543 §1. If the pastoral care of some parish or of 77 2, 2, 544| incapable of exercising his pastoral function, the parish or 78 2, 2, 545| in order to carry out the pastoral care of a parish fittingly, 79 2, 2, 545| to offer service in the pastoral ministry by common counsel 80 2, 2, 545| in exercising the entire pastoral ministry for the whole parish, 81 2, 2, 548| concerning proposed and existing pastoral endeavors in such a way 82 2, 2, 548| able to provide for the pastoral care of the parish for which 83 2, 2, 550| to the performance of his pastoral functions.~§2. The local 84 2, 2, 551| occasion of the performance of pastoral ministry.~ 85 2, 2, 555| and coordinating common pastoral activity in the vicariate;~ 86 2, 2, 564| entrusted in a stable manner the pastoral care, at least in part, 87 2, 2, 566| the faculties which proper pastoral care requires. In addition 88 2, 2, 571| 571 In the exercise of his pastoral function, a chaplain is 89 2, 3, 674| assistance in the various pastoral ministries however much 90 2, 3, 676| women, participate in the pastoral function of the Church through 91 2, 3, 683| 683 §1. At the time of pastoral visitation and also in the 92 3, 0, 771| suYcient common and ordinary pastoral care or lack it completely.~§ 93 3, 0, 792| and assisted with adequate pastoral care.~ ~ 94 3, 0, 813| bishop is to have earnest pastoral care for students, even 95 3, 0, 822| concerned to offer assistance in pastoral action so that the Church 96 4, 1, 851| instructed through both pastoral advice and common prayer, 97 4, 1, 860| for some other compelling pastoral reason, baptism is not to 98 4, 1, 905| for a just cause, or if pastoral necessity requires it, even 99 4, 1, 935| carry it around, unless pastoral necessity urges it and the 100 4, 1, 1003| faithful entrusted to their pastoral office. For a reasonable 101 4, 1, 1010| holy day of obligation.~For pastoral reasons it can take place 102 4, 1, 1011| the cathedral church; for pastoral reasons, however, it can 103 4, 1, 1032| presbyterate, he is to take part in pastoral care, exercising the diaconal 104 4, 1 | CHAPTER I.~PASTORAL CARE AND THOSE THINGS WHICH 105 5, 0, 1292| charity, or some other grave pastoral reason;~2/ a written appraisal 106 6, 1, 1340| rebuke or other means of pastoral solicitude cannot sufficiently 107 6, 1, 1347| warnings and other means of pastoral solicitude or even through 108 7, 3, 1676| outcome, a judge is to use pastoral means to induce the spouses 109 7, 3, 1695| outcome, the judge is to use pastoral means to reconcile the spouses


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