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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | second, the council, is of supreme importance in regard to 2 Intr | collegial spirit, and with the supreme authority with which I am 3 Intr | during two centuries by the supreme authority of the Roman pontiffs 4 Intr | imperative and was requested. The Supreme Pontiff John XXIII clearly 5 Intr | On February 24, 1965 the Supreme Pontiff named Rev. Raimondo 6 Intr | Commission in the presence of the Supreme Pontiff Paul VI, at which 7 Intr | Commission. The allocution of the Supreme Pontiff laid the foundations 8 Intr | changing circumstances.~The Supreme Pontiff further indicated 9 Intr | Commission members by the Supreme Pontiff, who continued to 10 Intr | which, at the request of the Supreme Pontiff, was submitted to 11 Intr | discipline.~4. In order that the Supreme Legislator and the bishops 12 Intr | with reservations to the supreme power of the universal Church 13 Intr | by the study groups, the Supreme Legislator was asked to 14 Intr | report were sent to the Supreme Pontiff, who determined 15 Intr | Code was presented to the Supreme Pontiff, who decided it 16 Intr | the revision process, the Supreme Pontiff determined that 17 Intr | convoked by order of the Supreme Pontiff to deliberate on 18 Intr | soon as possible to the Supreme Pontiff, who would issue 19 Intr | printed and given to the Supreme Pontiff on April 22, 1982 20 Intr | toward promulgation.~The Supreme Pontiff, however, personally 21 Intr | mature consideration the Supreme Pontiff decreed that the 22 1, 0, 87| territory or his subjects by the supreme authority of the Church. 23 1, 0, 135| which a legislator below the supreme authority possesses in the 24 2, 1, 242| the norms issued by the supreme authority of the Church, 25 2, 1, 273| reverence and obedience to the Supreme Pontiff and their own ordinary.~ 26 2, 2 | SECTION I.~THE SUPREME AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH ( 27 2, 2, 331| his office he possesses supreme, full, immediate, and universal 28 2, 2, 332| Pontiff obtains full and supreme power in the Church by his 29 2, 2, 332| a person elected to the supreme pontificate who is marked 30 2, 2, 333| fulfilling the office of supreme pastor of the Church, the 31 2, 2, 336| bishops, whose head is the Supreme Pontiff and whose members 32 2, 2, 336| is also the subject of supreme and full power offer the 33 2, 2, 339| ecumenical council by the supreme authority of the Church, 34 2, 2, 340| law itself until the new Supreme Pontiff orders it to be 35 2, 2, 350| consistory and approved by the Supreme Pontiff and with priority 36 2, 2, 353| cardinals especially assist the supreme pastor of the Church through 37 2, 2, 355| name of the newly elected Supreme Pontiff to the people; likewise, 38 2, 2, 360| Can. 360 The Supreme Pontiff usually conducts 39 2, 2, 371| governs it in the name of the Supreme Pontiff.~§2. An apostolic 40 2, 2, 371| erected as a diocese by the Supreme Pontiff due to special and 41 2, 2, 371| governs it in the name of the Supreme Pontiff.~ 42 2, 2, 372| where in the judgment of the supreme authority of the Church 43 2, 2, 373| 373 It is only for the supreme authority to erect particular 44 2, 2, 377| Can. 377 §1. The Supreme Pontiff freely appoints 45 2, 2, 381| the law or a decree of the Supreme Pontiff reserves to the 46 2, 2, 381| Pontiff reserves to the supreme authority or to another 47 2, 2, 399| to make a report to the Supreme Pontiff on the state of 48 2, 2, 400| to submit a report to the Supreme Pontiff, a diocesan bishop 49 2, 2, 401| resignation from office to the Supreme Pontiff, who will make provision 50 2, 2, 431| 3. It is only for the supreme authority of the Church 51 2, 2, 449| 449 §1. It is only for the supreme authority of the Church 52 2, 3, 590| they are subject to the supreme authority of the Church 53 2, 3, 590| are also bound to obey the Supreme Pontiff as their highest 54 2, 3, 591| needs of the apostolate, the Supreme Pontiff, by reason of his 55 2, 3, 592| the Apostolic See, each supreme moderator is to send a brief 56 2, 3, 616| Can. 616 §1. The supreme moderator can suppress a 57 2, 3, 622| Can. 622 The supreme moderator holds power over 58 2, 3, 624| determine otherwise for the supreme moderator and for superiors 59 2, 3, 625| Can. 625 §1. The supreme moderator of an institute 60 2, 3, 625| mentioned in can. 615 and of the supreme moderator of an institute 61 2, 3, 631| general chapter, which holds supreme authority in the institute 62 2, 3, 631| that patrimony, elect the supreme moderator, treat affairs 63 2, 3, 647| through written decree of the supreme moderator of the institute 64 2, 3, 647| exception, by grant of the supreme moderator with the consent 65 2, 3, 662| Religious are to have as the supreme rule of life the following 66 2, 3, 668| with the permission of the supreme moderator is to do the same.~§ 67 2, 3, 684| except by a grant of the supreme moderator of each institute 68 2, 3, 686| consent of the council, the supreme moderator for a grave cause 69 2, 3, 686| At the petition of the supreme moderator with the consent 70 2, 3, 688| indult of departure from the supreme moderator with the consent 71 2, 3, 690| Can. 690 §1. The supreme moderator with the consent 72 2, 3, 691| present a petition to the supreme moderator of the institute 73 2, 3, 695| to be transmitted to the supreme moderator.~ 74 2, 3, 697| superior is to transmit to the supreme moderator all the acts, 75 2, 3, 698| defenses directly to the supreme moderator always remains 76 2, 3, 699| Can. 699 §1. The supreme moderator with the council, 77 2, 3, 699| through secret ballot, the supreme moderator is to issue a 78 2, 3, 709| juridic person and under whose supreme direction they remain.~ ~ 79 2, 3, 717| one is to be designated as supreme moderator who is not incorporated 80 2, 3, 726| indult of departure from the supreme moderator with the consent 81 2, 3, 727| Apostolic See through the supreme moderator if the institute 82 2, 3, 743| from the society from the supreme moderator with the consent 83 2, 3, 744| equally reserved to the supreme moderator with the consent 84 2, 3, 745| Can. 745 The supreme moderator with the consent 85 3, 0, 749| virtue of his office, the Supreme Pontiff possesses infallibility 86 3, 0, 749| in teaching when as the supreme pastor and teacher of all 87 3, 0, 751| refusal of submission to the Supreme Pontiff or of communion 88 3, 0, 752| to a doctrine which the Supreme Pontiff or the college of 89 3, 0, 755| prescripts issued by the supreme authority of the Church.~ ~ 90 3, 0, 782| college of bishops have the supreme direction and coordination 91 3, 0, 823| entrusted to their care; the supreme authority of the Church, 92 4, 1, 841| deposit, it is only for the supreme authority of the Church 93 4, 1, 995| 995 §1. In addition to the supreme authority of the Church, 94 4, 1, 1075| 1075 §1. It is only for the supreme authority of the Church 95 4, 1, 1075| nullifies marriage.~§2. Only the supreme authority has the right 96 4, 1, 1077| continues.~§2. Only the supreme authority of the Church 97 4, 3, 1244| 1244 §1. It is only for the supreme ecclesiastical authority 98 5, 0, 1255| Can. 1256 Under the supreme authority of the Roman Pontiff, 99 5, 0, 1272| the Roman Pontiff is the supreme administrator and steward 100 5, 0, 1307| of the institute.~§5. The supreme moderator of a clerical 101 7, 1, 1404| monastic congregation and a supreme moderator of religious institutes 102 7, 1, 1426| between two provinces, the supreme moderator will judge in 103 7, 1, 1437| under the authority of the supreme moderator; for cases tried 104 7, 1, 1442| The Roman Pontiff is the supreme judge for the entire Catholic 105 7, 1, 1445| Can. 1445 §1. The supreme tribunal of the Apostolic 106 7, 1, 1445| Furthermore it is for this supreme tribunal:~1/ to watch over 107 7, 2, 1629| from a sentence of the Supreme Pontiff himself or the Apostolic 108 7, 5, 1752| which must always be the supreme law in the Church, is to


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