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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
faith
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the law but by means of faith (cf. Rom. 3:28; Gal. 2:16), 2 Intr | intended as a substitute for faith, grace, charisms, and especially 3 Intr | for the Doctrine of the Faith and other dicasteries of 4 1, 0, 194| defected from the Catholic faith or from the communion of 5 1, 0, 198| unless it is based in good faith not only at the beginning 6 2, 1, 205| bonds of the profession of faith, the sacraments, and ecclesiastical 7 2, 1, 206| just as by the life of faith, hope, and charity which 8 2, 1, 212| declare as teachers of the faith or establish as rulers of 9 2, 1, 212| prejudice to the integrity of faith and morals, with reverence 10 2, 1, 245| always carried out in living faith and charity fosters their 11 2, 1, 248| that, grounded in their own faith and nourished thereby, they 12 2, 1, 252| imparted in the light of faith and under the leadership 13 2, 1, 254| the entire doctrine of the faith so that students find that 14 2, 1, 305| care that the integrity of faith and morals is preserved 15 2, 1, 316| publicly rejected the Catholic faith, has defected from ecclesiastical 16 2, 1, 327| an intimate union between faith and life.~ 17 2, 2, 342| preservation and growth of faith and morals and in the observance 18 2, 2, 378| 1/ outstanding in solid faith, good morals, piety, zeal 19 2, 2, 380| to make the profession of faith and take the oath of fidelity 20 2, 2, 386| faithful the truths of the faith which are to be believed 21 2, 2, 386| integrity and unity of the faith to be believed, while nonetheless 22 2, 2, 436| exercise vigilance so that the faith and ecclesiastical discipline 23 2, 2, 445| for the increase of the faith, the organization of common 24 2, 2, 512| faithful outstanding in firm faith, good morals, and prudence 25 2, 2, 528| instructed in the truths of the faith, especially by giving a 26 2, 2, 528| do not profess the true faith.~§2. The pastor is to see 27 2, 2, 542| legitimately made profession of faith replaces taking possession.~ 28 2, 3, 601| undertaken in a spirit of faith and love in the following 29 2, 3, 694| notoriously from the Catholic faith;~2/ has contracted marriage 30 3, 0, 747| entrusted the deposit of faith so that with the assistance 31 3, 0, 748| to embrace the Catholic faith against their conscience.~ 32 3, 0, 749| brothers and sisters in the faith, he proclaims by definitive 33 3, 0, 749| definitive act that a doctrine of faith or morals is to be held.~§ 34 3, 0, 749| as teachers and judges of faith and morals who declare for 35 3, 0, 749| Church that a doctrine of faith or morals is to be held 36 3, 0, 749| Roman Pontiff matters of faith or morals, they agree that 37 3, 0, 750| with divine and Catholic faith all those things contained 38 3, 0, 750| is, in the one deposit of faith entrusted to the Church, 39 3, 0, 750| concerning the doctrine of faith and morals, that is, each 40 3, 0, 750| faithfully the same deposit of faith, is also to be firm-ly embraced 41 3, 0, 751| believed by divine and Catholic faith; apostasy is the total repudiation 42 3, 0, 751| repudiation of the Christian faith; schism is the refusal of 43 3, 0, 752| Although not an assent of faith, a religious submission 44 3, 0, 752| bishops declares concerning faith or morals when they exercise 45 3, 0, 753| teachers and instructors of the faith for the Christian faithful 46 3, 0, 767| homily the mysteries of faith and the norms of Christian 47 3, 0, 773| people so that the living faith of the faithful becomes 48 3, 0, 774| children by word and example in faith and in the practice of Christian 49 3, 0, 777| condition permits;~5/ that the faith of youth and adults is strengthened, 50 3, 0, 787| they teach the truths of faith to those whom they consider 51 3, 0, 788| their intention to embrace faith in Christ are to be admitted 52 3, 0, 788| introduced into the life of the faith, the liturgy, the charity 53 3, 0, 823| integrity of the truths of faith and morals, the pastors 54 3, 0, 823| that no harm is done to the faith or morals of the Christian 55 3, 0, 823| faithful which touch upon faith or morals be submitted to 56 3, 0, 823| writings which harm correct faith or good morals.~§2. Bishops, 57 3, 0, 830| of the Church concerning faith and morals as it is proposed 58 3, 0 | TITLE V.~THE PROFESSION OF FAITH (Can. 833)~ 59 3, 0, 833| to make a profession of faith according to the formula 60 3, 0, 833| disciplines pertaining to faith or morals, when they begin 61 4, 0, 836| work which proceeds from faith and is based on it, sacred 62 4, 0, 836| arouse and enlighten this faith diligently, especially through 63 4, 0, 836| birth to and nourishes the faith.~ 64 4, 1, 840| express and strengthen the faith, render worship to God, 65 4, 1, 844| that they manifest Catholic faith in respect to these sacraments 66 4, 1, 865| about the truths of the faith and Christian obligations, 67 4, 1, 865| principal truths of the faith, the person has manifested 68 4, 1, 874| and who leads a life of faith in keeping with the function 69 4, 1, 879| to spread and defend the faith. It imprints a character, 70 4, 1, 913| the body of Christ with faith and devotion.~§2. The Most 71 4, 1, 1029| considered, have integral faith, are moved by the right 72 4, 1, 1049| for those omitted in good faith, except for the irregularities 73 4, 1, 1049| for those omitted in bad faith.~§2. If it is a question 74 4, 1, 1061| party celebrated it in good faith, until both parties become 75 4, 1, 1071| notoriously rejected the Catholic faith;~5/ a marriage of a person 76 4, 1, 1071| notoriously rejected the Catholic faith unless the norms mentioned 77 4, 1, 1125| dangers of defecting from the faith and is to make a sincere 78 4, 1, 1143| privilege in favor of the faith of the party who has received 79 4, 1, 1150| matter the privilege of faith possesses the favor of the 80 4, 2, 1184| reasons contrary to Christian faith;~3/ other manifest sinners 81 6, 1, 1332| illegitimately, even if in good faith.~ 82 6, 1, 1358| which the offender in bad faith omitted in the petition.~ 83 6, 1, 1361| for the Doctrine of the Faith;~2/ an action arising from 84 6, 2, 1363| 2, an apostate from the faith, a heretic, or a schismatic 85 6, 2, 1369| out of contempt for the faith, the Church, ecclesiastical 86 7, 2, 1515| another ceases to be in good faith; therefore, if the possessor


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