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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 13| evident.~§2. Travelers are not bound:~1/ by the particular laws 2 1, 0, 13| territory.~§3. Transients are bound by both universal and particular 3 1, 0, 32| decrees oblige those who are bound by the laws whose methods 4 1, 0, 71| Can. 71 No one is bound to use a rescript given 5 1, 0, 71| his or her favor unless bound to do so by a canonical 6 1, 0, 74| granted orally, the person is bound to prove the favor in the 7 1, 0, 84| however, an ordinary is bound to notify the Apostolic 8 2, 1, 212| the Christian faithful are bound to follow with Christian 9 2, 1, 224| lay Christian faithful are bound by the obligations and possess 10 2, 1, 225| and confirmation, they are bound by the general obligation 11 2, 1, 225| condition, they are also bound by a particular duty to 12 2, 1, 226| in the marital state are bound by a special duty to work 13 2, 1, 229| 229 §1. Lay persons are bound by the obligation and possess 14 2, 1, 245| Church of Christ, they are bound by humble and filial charity 15 2, 1, 273| Can. 273 Clerics are bound by a special obligation 16 2, 1, 274| excuses them, clerics are bound to undertake and fulfill 17 2, 1, 276| their lives, clerics are bound in a special way to pursue 18 2, 1, 276| bishops;~4/ they are equally bound to make time for spiritual 19 2, 1, 277| heaven and therefore are bound to celibacy which is a special 20 2, 1, 292| clerical state and is no longer bound by any obligations of the 21 2, 2, 351| the announcement they are bound by the duties and possess 22 2, 2, 351| the one promoted is not bound in the meantime by any of 23 2, 2, 351| name public, however, he is bound by the same duties and possesses 24 2, 2, 386| preaching in person, is bound to propose and explain to 25 2, 2, 392| universal Church, a bishop is bound to promote the common discipline 26 2, 2, 395| coadjutor or auxiliary, he is bound by the law of personal residence 27 2, 2, 399| years a diocesan bishop is bound to make a report to the 28 2, 2, 400| the year in which he is bound to submit a report to the 29 2, 2, 408| which the diocesan bishop is bound whenever the diocesan bishop 30 2, 2, 414| which the see is impeded is bound by the obligations and possesses 31 2, 2, 418| diocesan administrator and is bound by the obligations of the 32 2, 2, 427| diocesan administrator is bound by the obligations and possesses 33 2, 2, 444| impediment, about which they are bound to inform the president 34 2, 2, 474| chancellor, moreover, is bound to inform the moderator 35 2, 2, 510| chapter or not. This pastor is bound by all the duties and possesses 36 2, 2, 527| obtains this care and is bound to exercise it from the 37 2, 2, 528| in his own parish and is bound to watch over so that no 38 2, 2, 533| week, however, a pastor is bound to inform the local ordinary.~§ 39 2, 2, 534| care of several parishes is bound to apply only one Mass for 40 2, 2, 540| parochial administrator is bound by the same duties and possesses 41 2, 2, 543| belong to the group:~1/ are bound by the obligation of residence;~ 42 2, 2, 549| case, the vicar is also bound by all the obligations of 43 2, 3, 590| Individual members are also bound to obey the Supreme Pontiff 44 2, 3, 628| legitimate questioning they are bound to respond according to 45 2, 3, 631| issue norms which all are bound to obey.~§2. The constitutions 46 2, 3, 639| of the superiors, it is bound to answer for them.~§2. 47 2, 3, 643| 3/ one who is currently bound by a sacred bond to some 48 2, 3, 657| period in which the member is bound by temporary vows does not 49 2, 3, 672| Can. 672 Religious are bound by the prescripts of cann. 50 2, 3, 673| consecrated life, which they are bound to foster by prayer and 51 2, 3, 678| of bishops whom they are bound to follow with devoted submission 52 2, 3, 685| probation, the member is bound to the observance of the 53 2, 3, 705| of obedience and is not bound by obligations which he 54 2, 3, 721| age of majority;~2/ who is bound currently by a sacred bond 55 2, 3, 739| constitutions, they are bound by the common obligations 56 3, 0, 748| 748 §1. All persons are bound to seek the truth in those 57 3, 0, 748| virtue of divine law are bound by the obligation and possess 58 3, 0, 750| magisterium; therefore all are bound to avoid any doctrines whatsoever 59 3, 0, 753| the Christian faithful are bound to adhere with religious 60 3, 0, 755| unity which the Church is bound to promote by the will of 61 3, 0, 774| the place of parents are bound by an equal obligation.~ 62 3, 0, 776| his function, a pastor is bound to take care of the catechetical 63 3, 0, 793| who take their place are bound by the obligation and possess 64 3, 0, 822| the faithful that they are bound by the duty of cooperating 65 4, 1, 874| to be taken on;~4/ not be bound by any canonical penalty 66 4, 1, 949| who gave an offering is bound by the obligation even if 67 4, 1, 1034| institute through vows is not bound to obtain this admission.~ 68 4, 1, 1041| chastity, or with a woman bound by a valid marriage or restricted 69 4, 1, 1071| marriage of a person who is bound by natural obligations toward 70 4, 1, 1085| Can. 1085 §1. A person bound by the bond of a prior marriage, 71 4, 1, 1088| Can. 1088 Those bound by a public perpetual vow 72 4, 1, 1121| contracting parties are bound to inform as soon as possible 73 4, 1, 1121| The Catholic spouse is bound to notify as soon as possible 74 4, 2, 1174| apostolic life, however, are bound according to the norm of 75 4, 2, 1200| swears to do something is bound by a special obligation 76 4, 3, 1251| take care that minors not bound by the law of fast and abstinence 77 5, 0, 1260| The diocesan bishop is bound to admonish the faithful 78 5, 0, 1280| a juridic person is not bound to answer for acts invalidly 79 5, 0, 1281| by a legitimate title are bound to fulfill their functions 80 5, 0, 1283| All administrators are bound to fulfill their function 81 5, 0, 1286| the diocesan bishop are bound by their office to present 82 5, 0, 1288| Can. 1289 Even if not bound to administration by the 83 5, 0, 1288| withdrawal, moreover, they are bound to restitution.~ ~ 84 5, 0, 1298| obligation, to which they are bound, of ful-filling the intention 85 5, 0, 1300| and other executors are bound to render him an account 86 6, 1, 1323| in §1, the accused is not bound by a latae sententiae penalty.~ 87 6, 1, 1327| commit the delict is not bound by the penalty established 88 7, 1, 1419| Each diocesan bishop is bound to appoint a judicial vicar, 89 7, 1, 1429| the promoter of justice is bound by office to provide for 90 7, 1, 1431| defender of the bond is bound by office to propose and 91 7, 1, 1455| tribunal personnel are always bound to observe secrecy of office 92 7, 1, 1455| 2. They are also always bound to observe secrecy concerning 93 7, 1, 1477| are nevertheless always bound to be present at the trial 94 7, 2, 1508| that is, the one who is bound to undertake the trial in 95 7, 2, 1546| documents are common, no one is bound to present those which cannot 96 7, 2, 1548| advocates, notaries, and others bound by professional secrecy 97 7, 3, 1711| possesses the same rights and is bound by the same duties as the 98 7, 4, 1728| 2. The accused is not bound to confess the delict nor


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