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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 149| of the Church as well as suitable, that is, endowed with those 2 1, 0, 163| the authority has found suitable and who has accepted. If 3 1, 0, 163| presented have been found suitable, the authority must install 4 1, 0, 174| occasion to one or more suitable persons, whether from among 5 1, 0, 179| person elected has been found suitable according to the norm of 6 1, 0, 180| electors believe to be more suitable and whom they prefer, by 7 1, 0, 195| support is provided for a suitable period, unless other provision 8 2, 1, 228| Lay persons who are found suitable are qualified to be admitted 9 2, 1, 235| are to be provided with a suitable spiritual formation and 10 2, 1, 235| seminary to a devout and suitable priest who is to be watchful 11 2, 1, 247| are to be prepared through suitable education to observe the 12 2, 1, 248| are able to announce in a suitable way the teaching of the 13 2, 1, 249| understand Latin well and have a suitable understanding of those foreign 14 2, 1, 271| are prepared and considers suitable and who request it, to move 15 2, 1, 278| of the ministry through a suitable and properly approved rule 16 2, 1, 284| 284 Clerics are to wear suitable ecclesiastical garb according 17 2, 1, 294| secular clergy, to promote a suitable distribution of presbyters 18 2, 2, 364| collaborate with bishops so that suitable relations are fostered between 19 2, 2, 377| consecrated life, who are more suitable for the episcopate. They 20 2, 2, 377| least three presbyters more suitable for this office.~§5. In 21 2, 2, 378| qualities which make him suitable to fulfill the office in 22 2, 2, 386| to all.~§2. Through more suitable means, he is firmly to protect 23 2, 2, 400| one, or auxiliary, or a suitable priest of his presbyterium 24 2, 2, 402| bishops must take care that suitable and decent support is provided 25 2, 2, 538| diocesan bishop must provide suitable support and housing for 26 2, 2, 554| priest whom he has judged suitable, after he has considered 27 2, 3, 597| can be admitted without suitable preparation.~ 28 2, 3, 610| and the institute and with suitable safeguards for those things 29 2, 3, 623| function of superior, a suitable time is required after perpetual 30 2, 3, 624| Proper law is to provide suitable norms so that superiors, 31 2, 3, 625| by a superior, however, a suitable consultation is to precede.~ 32 2, 3, 626| Lord to be truly worthy and suitable, having nothing before their 33 2, 3, 630| are to be concerned that suitable confessors are available 34 2, 3, 631| mentioned in can. 578, promote suitable renewal according to that 35 2, 3, 635| institute is to establish suitable norms concerning the use 36 2, 3, 642| required age, have the health, suitable character, and sufficient 37 2, 3, 653| the novitiate, if judged suitable, a novice is to be admitted 38 2, 3, 657| petitions and is judged suitable is to be admitted to renewal 39 2, 3, 660| the same time practical. Suitable degrees, both ecclesiastical 40 2, 3, 723| candidate who is judged suitable is to assume the three evangelical 41 2, 3, 723| the member who is judged suitable is to be admitted to perpetual 42 3, 0, 775| to make provision that suitable instruments of catechesis 43 3, 0, 777| in a special way:~1/ that suitable catechesis is imparted for 44 3, 0, 789| are to be formed through suitable instruction to understand 45 3, 0, 791| is to be celebrated;~4/ a suitable offering for the missions 46 3, 0, 798| obliged to take care that suitable Catholic education is provided 47 4, 1, 932| outside a sacred place a suitable table can be used, always 48 4, 1, 938| beautifully decorated, and suitable for prayer.~§3. The tabernacle 49 4, 1, 942| held, however, only if a suitable gathering of the faithful 50 4, 1, 961| individuals properly within a suitable period of time in such a 51 4, 1, 962| intends to confess within a suitable period of time each grave 52 4, 1, 970| presbyters who are found to be suitable through an examination or 53 4, 1, 981| is to impose salutary and suitable penances in accord with 54 4, 1, 1026| deter one who is canonically suitable from receiving them.~ 55 4, 1, 1032| the diaconal order, for a suitable time defined by the bishop 56 4, 1, 1035| have exercised them for a suitable period of time.~§2. There 57 4, 1, 1052| reasons whether a candidate is suitable to receive orders, he is 58 4, 1, 1061| a conjugal act which is suitable in itself for the procreation 59 4, 1, 1112| permission of the Holy See.~§2. A suitable lay person is to be selected, 60 4, 1, 1118| be celebrated in another suitable place.~§3. A marriage between 61 4, 1, 1118| in a church or in another suitable place.~ 62 4, 2, 1188| in moderate number and in suitable order so that the Christian 63 4, 2, 1191| by law, all who possess suitable use of reason are capable 64 4, 3, 1234| of the word of God, the suitable promotion of liturgical 65 4, 3, 1236| constructed of any solid material suitable for liturgical use.~ 66 4, 3, 1247| to the Lord’s day, or the suitable relaxation of mind and body.~ 67 4, 3, 1248| themselves to prayer for a suitable time alone, as a family, 68 5, 0, 1278| is subject is to appoint suitable persons for three years; 69 5, 0, 1283| correctly and protect in a suitable and proper archive the documents 70 6, 1, 1346| contumacy and has been given a suitable time for repentance.~§2. 71 6, 1, 1346| delict and has also made suitable reparation for damages and 72 6, 1, 1356| meantime he is to impose a suitable penance and, insofar as 73 6, 2, 1389| can also be forced to make suitable reparation.~ 74 7, 1, 1446| and to indicate to them suitable means to this end, even 75 7, 1, 1484| not been presented, once a suitable guarantee has been furnished 76 7, 1, 1489| punished with a fine or other suitable penalties.~ 77 7, 1, 1498| repaired in another way and suitable security for its repair 78 7, 2, 1516| judge is to prescribe a suitable time for the parties to 79 7, 2, 1578| what documents or other suitable means they gained certainty 80 7, 2, 1592| neither appeared nor given a suitable excuse for being absent 81 7, 2, 1594| issue and has not offered a suitable excuse:~1/ the judge is 82 7, 2, 1601| judge is to determine a suitable period of time to present 83 7, 2, 1647| the sentence, though with suitable guarantees to the one seeking 84 7, 2, 1650| iudicata, after having set suitable guarantees, if the case 85 7, 3, 1700| of another diocese, or a suitable priest.~§2. If a judicial 86 7, 3, 1704| all the acts along with a suitable report to the bishop, who 87 7, 3, 1704| instructor is to hand over a suitable report together with the 88 7, 4, 1717| personally or through another suitable person about the facts, 89 7, 5, 1733| settle the controversy in a suitable way.~§2. The conference 90 7, 5, 1746| some other office, if he is suitable for this, or for a pension


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