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    Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Felici.~On November 20, 1965, just before the closing of the 2 1, 0, 56| the decree but, without a just cause, did not appear or 3 1, 0, 72| the diocesan bishop for a just cause, but not beyond three 4 1, 0, 90| ecclesiastical law without a just and reasonable cause, after 5 1, 0, 98| the diocesan bishop, for a just cause, has decided to provide 6 1, 0, 104| separation or some other just cause, both can have their 7 1, 0, 155| however, is established just as if the provision had 8 1, 0, 179| seeking confirmation by a just impediment.~§2. The competent 9 1, 0, 182| sending the postulation by a just impediment or had refrained 10 1, 0, 187| ecclesiastical ofWce for a just cause.~ 11 1, 0, 189| which is not based on a just and proportionate cause.~§ 12 1, 0, 193| removed from that office for a just cause.~§4. To take effect, 13 2, 1, 206| way. By this same desire, just as by the life of faith, 14 2, 1, 218| sacred disciplines have a just freedom of inquiry and of 15 2, 1, 270| licitly granted only for just causes such as the advantage 16 2, 1, 271| ministry there.~§3. For a just cause the diocesan bishop 17 2, 1, 271| same conditions and for a just cause, likewise can deny 18 2, 1, 308| association except for a just cause according to the norm 19 2, 1, 318| remove the moderator for a just cause, after the person 20 2, 2, 330| Can. 330 Just as by the Lord’s decision 21 2, 2, 370| it as its proper pastor just like a diocesan bishop.~ 22 2, 2, 386| nonetheless acknowledging a just freedom in further investigating 23 2, 2, 408| who are not prevented by a just impediment are obliged to 24 2, 2, 444| they are prevented by a just impediment, about which 25 2, 2, 444| they are prevented by a just impediment; the proxy has 26 2, 2, 527| dispense from that method for a just cause; in this case, the 27 2, 2, 527| vacant unless there was a just impediment.~ 28 2, 2, 533| cases and if there is a just cause, the local ordinary 29 2, 2, 538| the pastor himself for a just cause and accepted by the 30 2, 2, 550| them. Nevertheless, for a just cause the local ordinary 31 2, 2, 552| a parochial vicar for a just cause, without prejudice 32 2, 2, 554| forane from office for a just cause in accord with his 33 2, 2, 563| the local ordinary, for a just cause and according to his 34 2, 3, 586| Can. 586 §1. A just autonomy of life, especially 35 2, 3, 657| can be anticipated for a just cause, but not by more than 36 2, 3, 665| of the council and for a just cause, can permit a member 37 2, 3, 667| constitutions.~§4. For a just cause, a diocesan bishop 38 2, 3, 668| these dispositions for a just cause and to place any act 39 2, 3, 689| Can. 689 §1. If there are just causes, the competent major 40 2, 3, 726| can exclude a member for a just cause from the renewal of 41 3, 0, 831| Can. 831 §1. Except for a just and reasonable cause, the 42 4, 1, 857| of the parents unless a just cause suggests otherwise.~ 43 4, 1, 874| granted an exception for a just cause;~3/ be a Catholic 44 4, 1, 881| church and during Mass; for a just and reasonable cause, however, 45 4, 1, 905| celebrate twice a day for a just cause, or if pastoral necessity 46 4, 1, 906| Can. 906 Except for a just and reasonable cause, a 47 4, 1, 918| those who request it for a just cause, with the liturgical 48 4, 1, 920| unless it is fulfilled for a just cause at another time during 49 4, 1, 933| Can. 933 For a just cause and with the express 50 4, 1, 936| attached to the house. For a just cause, however, the ordinary 51 4, 1, 963| general absolution, unless a just cause intervenes.~ 52 4, 1, 964| a confessional without a just cause.~ 53 4, 1, 1015| 2. If not impeded by a just cause, the proper bishop 54 4, 1, 1125| this kind if there is a just and reasonable cause. He 55 4, 1, 1142| Can. 1142 For a just cause, the Roman Pontiff 56 4, 1, 1143| received, has given the other a just cause for departing.~ 57 4, 1, 1146| then departed without a just cause, without prejudice 58 4, 2, 1196| from private vows for a just cause provided that a dispensation 59 4, 3, 1245| mentioned in can. 87, for a just cause and according to the 60 5, 0, 1258| temporal goods by every just means of natural or positive 61 5, 0, 1266| be refused except for a just cause and, in matters of 62 5, 0, 1285| Church;~2/ are to pay a just and decent wage to employees 63 5, 0, 1292| requires the following:~1/ a just cause, such as urgent necessity, 64 5, 0, 1307| Masses, to be made only for a just and necessary cause, is 65 5, 0, 1309| The ordinary, only for a just and necessary cause, can 66 6, 1, 1327| can be punished with a just penalty, although one lesser 67 6, 1, 1334| to request this for any just cause.~ 68 6, 1, 1341| Can. 1342 §1. Whenever just causes preclude a judicial 69 6, 2, 1364| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ 70 6, 2, 1365| with a censure or other just penalty.~ 71 6, 2, 1367| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ 72 6, 2, 1368| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ ~ 73 6, 2, 1369| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ 74 6, 2, 1370| are to be punished with a just penalty:~1/ in addition 75 6, 2, 1372| by an interdict or other just penalties.~ 76 6, 2, 1373| is to be punished with a just penalty; however, a person 77 6, 2, 1374| ministry can be punished with a just penalty.~ 78 6, 2, 1375| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ 79 6, 2, 1376| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ ~ 80 6, 2, 1378| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ 81 6, 2, 1380| is to be punished with a just penalty.~§2. Illegitimate 82 6, 2, 1383| ministry can be punished with a just penalty.~ 83 6, 2, 1384| with a censure or another just penalty.~ 84 6, 2, 1385| is to be punished with a just penalty; likewise, the one 85 6, 2, 1387| are to be punished with a just penalty, not excluding excommunication.~ 86 6, 2, 1388| is to be punished with a just penalty.~ ~ 87 6, 2, 1389| another can be punished with a just penalty, not excluding a 88 6, 2, 1390| following can be punished with a just penalty according to the 89 6, 2, 1392| penalty can be punished with a just penalty.~ 90 6, 2, 1394| is to be punished with just penalties, not excluding 91 6, 2, 1395| office is to be punished by a just penalty, not excluding, 92 6, 2, 1398| law can be punished by a just penalty only when the special 93 7, 1, 1428| sentence into writing. For a just cause the president can 94 7, 1, 1435| bishop can remove them for a just cause.~ 95 7, 1, 1465| judge can extend them for a just cause after the parties 96 7, 1, 1469| case mentioned in §1, for a just cause and after having heard 97 7, 1, 1482| several procurators for a just cause, however, they are 98 7, 2, 1555| exclusion of a witness if a just cause for the exclusion 99 7, 2, 1571| to them according to the just assessment of the judge.~ ~ 100 7, 2, 1591| interlocutory sentence for a just reason either at the request 101 7, 2, 1595| has not given proof of a just impediment is obliged both 102 7, 2, 1650| also do so if some other just cause urges it.~§3. If the 103 7, 2, 1668| matter or for some other just cause.~§3. The complete 104 7, 3, 1698| marriage and the existence of a just cause to grant a dispensation.~§ 105 7, 3, 1704| the non-consummation, the just cause for the dispensation, 106 7, 5, 1737| can make recourse for any just reason to the hierarchical


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