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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | that same year he became a member of the Sacred College of 2 1, 0, 120| according to its statutes, that member has the exercise of all 3 2, 1, 266| definitively incorporated member of a clerical society of 4 2, 1, 266| reception of the diaconate, a member of a secular institute is 5 2, 2, 464| Can. 464 If a member of the synod is prevented 6 2, 2, 464| legitimate impediment, the member cannot send a proxy to attend 7 2, 2, 464| in his or her name. The member, however, is to inform the 8 2, 2, 538| 522.~§2. A pastor who is a member of a religious institute 9 2, 3, 631| communities, but also any member can freely send wishes and 10 2, 3, 639| answer for them.~§2. If a member has entered into a contract 11 2, 3, 639| permission of the superior, the member must answer for it, but 12 2, 3, 651| director of novices is to be a member of the institute who has 13 2, 3, 657| total period in which the member is bound by temporary vows 14 2, 3, 665| just cause, can permit a member to live outside a house 15 2, 3, 665| of the institute.~§2. A member who is absent from a religious 16 2, 3, 679| diocesan bishop can prohibit a member of a religious institute 17 2, 3, 684| Can. 684 §1. A member in perpetual vows cannot 18 2, 3, 684| at least three years, the member can be admitted to perpetual 19 2, 3, 684| the new institute. If the member refuses to make this profession 20 2, 3, 684| superiors, however, the member is to return to the original 21 2, 3, 684| precede the profession of a member in the new institute.~§5. 22 2, 3, 685| and obligations which the member had in the former institute 23 2, 3, 685| beginning of probation, the member is bound to the observance 24 2, 3, 685| in the new institute, the member is incorporated into it 25 2, 3, 686| indult of exclaustration to a member professed by perpetual vows, 26 2, 3, 686| imposed by the Holy See on a member of an institute of pontifical 27 2, 3, 686| by a diocesan bishop on a member of an institute of diocesan 28 2, 3, 687| Can. 687 An exclaustrated member is considered freed from 29 2, 3, 687| ordinary, especially if the member is a cleric. The member 30 2, 3, 687| member is a cleric. The member can wear the habit of the 31 2, 3, 687| otherwise. Nevertheless, the member lacks active and passive 32 2, 3, 689| the council, can exclude a member from making a subsequent 33 2, 3, 689| judgment of experts renders the member mentioned in §1 unsuited 34 2, 3, 689| cause for not admitting the member to renew profession or to 35 2, 3, 692| has been rejected by the member in the act of notification, 36 2, 3, 692| legitimately and made known to the member entails by the law itself 37 2, 3, 693| Can. 693 If a member is a cleric, an indult is 38 2, 3, 694| Can. 694 §1. A member must be held as ipso facto 39 2, 3, 695| Can. 695 §1. A member must be dismissed for the 40 2, 3, 695| and that correction of the member, restitution of justice, 41 2, 3, 695| accusation and proofs to the member to be dismissed, giving 42 2, 3, 695| be dismissed, giving the member the opportunity for self-defense. 43 2, 3, 695| with the responses of the member, put in writing and signed 44 2, 3, 695| writing and signed by that member, are to be transmitted to 45 2, 3, 696| Can. 696 §1. A member can also be dismissed for 46 2, 3, 696| culpable behavior of the member; stubborn upholding or diffusion 47 2, 3, 696| For the dismissal of a member in temporary vows, even 48 2, 3, 697| superior is to warn the member in writing or before two 49 2, 3, 697| subsequent dismissal unless the member reforms, with the cause 50 2, 3, 697| self-defense given to the member; if the warning occurs in 51 2, 3, 697| that the defenses of the member are insufficient, after 52 2, 3, 697| signed responses of the member.~ 53 2, 3, 698| and 696, the right of the member to communicate with and 54 2, 3, 701| facto.~Nevertheless, if the member is a cleric, he cannot exercise 55 2, 3, 702| charity of the gospel toward a member who is separated from it.~ 56 2, 3, 703| harm to the institute, a member can be expelled immediately 57 2, 3, 705| the episcopate remains a member of his institute but is 58 2, 3, 711| 711 The consecration of a member of a secular institute does 59 2, 3, 711| institute does not change the member’s proper canonical condition 60 2, 3, 723| incorporation has elapsed, the member who is judged suitable is 61 2, 3, 726| incorporation has elapsed, a member is able to leave the institute 62 2, 3, 726| the council, can exclude a member for a just cause from the 63 2, 3, 726| temporarily incorporated member who freely petitions it 64 2, 3, 727| perpetually incorporated member who wishes to leave the 65 2, 3, 727| pontifical right; otherwise the member may also seek it from the 66 2, 3, 729| Can. 729 A member is dismissed from an institute 67 2, 3, 730| Can. 730 In order for a member of a secular institute to 68 2, 3, 738| define the relations of a member incardinated in a diocese 69 2, 3, 742| departure and dismissal of a member not yet definitively incorporated.~ 70 2, 3, 743| definitively incorporated member can obtain an indult of 71 2, 3, 744| definitively incorporated member to transfer to another society 72 2, 3, 745| definitively incorporated member, but not for more than three 73 2, 3, 745| the new condition of the member are suspended, but the member 74 2, 3, 745| member are suspended, but the member remains under the care of 75 2, 3, 746| definitively incorporated member, cann. 694-704 are to be 76 4, 1, 906| participation of at least some member of the faithful.~ 77 4, 1, 910| is an acolyte or another member of the Christian faithful 78 4, 1, 960| ordinary means by which a member of the faithful conscious 79 4, 1, 962| Can. 962 §1. For a member of the Christian faithful 80 4, 1, 974| presbyter or, if he is a member of a religious institute, 81 4, 1, 987| sacrament of penance, a member of the Christian faithful 82 4, 1, 988| Can. 988 §1. A member of the Christian faithful 83 4, 1, 989| age of discretion, each member of the faithful is ob-liged 84 4, 1, 991| Can. 991 Every member of the Christian faithful 85 4, 1, 992| which a properly disposed member of the Christian faithful 86 4, 1, 994| Can. 994 Any member of the faithful can gain 87 4, 1, 1004| can be administered to a member of the faithful who, having 88 4, 1, 1052| Moreover, if the candidate is a member of a religious institute 89 4, 2, 1177| funeral for any deceased member of the faithful must generally 90 4, 2, 1177| her parish church.~§2. Any member of the faithful or those 91 4, 2, 1177| the funeral of a deceased member of the faithful are permitted 92 5, 0, 1301| have been entrusted to a member of a religious institute 93 5, 0, 1301| the proper ordinary of the member in other religious institutes.~ 94 6, 1, 1311| penalties which deprive a member of the Christian faithful 95 6, 1, 1334| also suspended whenever a member of the faithful requests 96 7, 1, 1416| of the Roman Pontiff, any member of the faithful is free


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