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Code of Canon Law


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parish
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 102| the territory of a certain parish or at least of a diocese, 2 1, 0, 102| the territory of a certain parish or at least of a diocese, 3 1, 0, 102| within the territory of a parish is called parochial; within 4 1, 0, 102| even though not within a parish, diocesan.~ 5 2, 1, 256| the administration of a parish, and in the fulfillment 6 2, 2, 510| are presumed given to the parish unless it is otherwise evident.~ 7 2, 2, 515| Can. 515 §1. A parish is a certain community of 8 2, 2, 515| A legitimately erected parish possesses juridic personality 9 2, 2, 516| quasi-parish is equivalent to a parish; a quasi-parish is a definite 10 2, 2, 516| but not yet erected as a parish because of particular circumstances.~§ 11 2, 2, 517| the pastoral care of a parish or of different parishes 12 2, 2, 517| of the pastoral care of a parish is to be entrusted to a 13 2, 2, 518| 518 As a general rule a parish is to be territorial, that 14 2, 2, 519| proper pastor (pastor) of the parish entrusted to him, exercising 15 2, 2, 520| administrator, can entrust a parish to a clerical religious 16 2, 2, 520| to be the pastor of the parish or, if the pastoral care 17 2, 2, 520| 2. The entrusting of a parish mentioned in §1 can be made 18 2, 2, 520| persons to be assigned to the parish, and the Financial arrangements.~ 19 2, 2, 521| particular law to care for the parish in question.~§3. For the 20 2, 2, 524| bishop is to entrust a vacant parish to the one whom he considers 21 2, 2, 525| presented or elected for a parish;~2/ to appoint pastors if 22 2, 2, 526| parochial care of only one parish; nevertheless, because of 23 2, 2, 526| pastor.~§2. In the same parish there is to be only one 24 2, 2, 527| out the pastoral care of a parish obtains this care and is 25 2, 2, 527| the dispensation to the parish replaces the taking of possession.~§ 26 2, 2, 527| within which possession of a parish must be taken. When this 27 2, 2, 527| action, he can declare the parish vacant unless there was 28 2, 2, 528| entirety to those living in the parish; for this reason, he is 29 2, 2, 528| Eucharist is the center of the parish assembly of the faithful.~ 30 2, 2, 528| pastor must direct in his own parish and is bound to watch over 31 2, 2, 532| the pastor represents the parish according to the norm of 32 2, 2, 532| care that the goods of the parish are administered according 33 2, 2, 533| permitted to be absent from the parish each year for vacation for 34 2, 2, 533| order to be absent from the parish for more than a week, however, 35 2, 2, 533| provides for the care of the parish.~ 36 2, 2, 534| taken possession of his parish, he is obliged to apply 37 2, 2, 535| Can. 535 §1. Each parish is to have parochial registers, 38 2, 2, 535| baptismal certificate.~§3. Each parish is to have its own seal. 39 2, 2, 535| parochial seal.~§4. In each parish there is to be a storage 40 2, 2, 536| to be established in each parish, over which the pastor presides 41 2, 2, 536| virtue of their office in the parish, assist in fostering pastoral 42 2, 2, 537| Can. 537 In each parish there is to be a finance 43 2, 2, 537| administration of the goods of the parish, without prejudice to the 44 2, 2, 539| Can. 539 When a parish becomes vacant or when a 45 2, 2, 539| pastoral function in the parish by reason of captivity, 46 2, 2, 541| Can. 541 §1. When a parish becomes vacant or a pastor 47 2, 2, 541| assume the governance of the parish temporarily. If there are 48 2, 2, 541| assumed the governance of a parish according to the norm of § 49 2, 2, 541| about the vacancy of the parish.~ 50 2, 2, 542| the pastoral care of some parish or of different parishes 51 2, 2, 543| the pastoral care of some parish or of different parishes 52 2, 2, 543| represents in juridic affairs the parish or parishes entrusted to 53 2, 2, 544| his pastoral function, the parish or parishes whose care is 54 2, 2, 545| out the pastoral care of a parish fittingly, one or more parochial 55 2, 2, 545| pastoral ministry for the whole parish, a determined part of the 56 2, 2, 545| a determined part of the parish, or a certain group of the 57 2, 2, 545| Christian faithful of the parish, or even to assist in fulfilling 58 2, 2, 548| the pastoral care of the parish for which they are together 59 2, 2, 550| obliged to reside in the parish or, if he has been appointed 60 2, 2, 554| office of pastor of a certain parish, the bishop is to select 61 3, 0, 776| clerics attached to the parish, of members of institutes 62 3, 0, 813| students, even by erecting a parish or at least by designating 63 4, 1, 857| be baptized in his or her parish church and an infant in 64 4, 1, 857| church and an infant in the parish church of the parents unless 65 4, 1, 858| Can. 858 §1. Every parish church is to have a baptismal 66 4, 1, 858| within the boundaries of the parish.~ 67 4, 1, 859| go or be brought to the parish church or to the other church 68 4, 1, 861| especially the pastor of a parish, are to be concerned that 69 4, 1, 878| inform the pastor of the parish in which it was administered 70 4, 1, 895| in a register kept in the parish archive. The pastor must 71 4, 1, 934| its equivalent, in every parish church, and in a church 72 4, 1, 1115| are to be celebrated in a parish where either of the contracting 73 4, 1, 1115| concerns transients, in the parish where they actually reside. 74 4, 1, 1118| is to be celebrated in a parish church. It can be celebrated 75 4, 1, 1121| the curia and the proper parish of the Catholic party whose 76 4, 1, 1122| contract marriage in the parish in which the person was 77 4, 2, 1177| celebrated in his or her parish church.~§2. Any member of 78 4, 2, 1177| outside the person’s own parish, and the body was not transferred 79 4, 2, 1177| celebrated in the church of the parish where the death occurred 80 4, 2, 1180| Can. 1180 §1. If a parish has its own cemetery, the 81 4, 3, 1217| especially cathedrals and parish churches, are to be dedicated 82 4, 3, 1248| liturgy is celebrated in a parish church or other sacred place 83 7, 5, 1740| can remove him from the parish.~ 84 7, 5, 1741| removed legitimately from his parish are especially the following:~ 85 7, 5, 1747| everything belonging to the parish to the person to whom the 86 7, 5, 1747| bishop has entrusted the parish.~§2. If, however, the man 87 7, 5, 1748| pastor be transferred from a parish which he is governing usefully 88 7, 5, 1748| governing usefully to another parish or another office, the bishop 89 7, 5, 1751| transfer, establishing that the parish will be vacant after the 90 7, 5, 1751| action, he is to declare the parish vacant.~


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