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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
universal
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | documents the Church, the universalsacrament of salvation” ( 2 Intr | particular churches and the universal Church, and between collegiality 3 Intr | the death of Pius X, this universal, exclusive, and authentic 4 Intr | 1918.~Everyone hailed the universal law of this Pio-Benedictine 5 Intr | the supreme power of the universal Church or other higher authorities 6 Intr | while legislative unity and universal and general law are observed. 7 Intr | of the discipline of the universal Church so that appropriate 8 Intr | to the examination of the universal episcopate and other consultative 9 1, 0, 5| Can. 5 §1. Universal or particular customs presently 10 1, 0, 5| places and persons.~§2. Universal or particular customs beyond 11 1, 0, 6| promulgated in 1917;~2/ other universal or particular laws contrary 12 1, 0, 6| particular laws;~3/ any universal or particular penal laws 13 1, 0, 6| contained in this Code;~4/ other universal disciplinary laws regarding 14 1, 0, 8| Can. 8 §1. Universal ecclesiastical laws are 15 1, 0, 12| Can. 12 §1. Universal laws bind everywhere all 16 1, 0, 12| however, are exempted from universal laws which are not in force 17 1, 0, 13| Transients are bound by both universal and particular laws which 18 1, 0, 19| an express prescript of universal or particular law is lacking 19 1, 0, 20| matter of the earlier law. A universal law, however, in no way 20 1, 0, 28| immemorial customs, nor does a universal law revoke particular customs.~ ~ 21 1, 0, 87| dispense the faithful from universal and particular disciplinary 22 1, 0, 89| not able to dispense from universal and particular law unless 23 1, 0, 118| competence is acknowledged by universal or particular law or by 24 1, 0, 136| granting favors or executing universal laws or particular laws 25 1, 0, 149| required for that office by universal or particular law or by 26 1, 0, 149| validity of the provision by universal or particular law or by 27 2, 1, 209| duties which they owe to the universal Church and the particular 28 2, 1, 233| the sacred ministry in the universal Church are provided for 29 2, 1, 256| instructed about the needs of the universal Church in such a way that 30 2, 1, 257| incardinated but also for the universal Church, and that they show 31 2, 1, 283| each year as determined by universal or particular law.~ 32 2, 1, 312| is:~1/ the Holy See for universal and international associations;~ 33 2, 2, 331| Christ, and the pastor of the universal Church on earth. By virtue 34 2, 2, 331| supreme, full, immediate, and universal ordinary power in the Church, 35 2, 2, 333| possesses power offer the universal Church but also obtains 36 2, 2, 333| other bishops and with the universal Church. He nevertheless 37 2, 2, 335| in the governance of the universal Church; the special laws 38 2, 2, 336| and full power offer the universal Church.~ 39 2, 2, 337| exercises power offer the universal Church in a solemn manner 40 2, 2, 337| collegially regarding the universal Church.~ 41 2, 2, 345| pertain to the good of the universal Church; such a session is 42 2, 2, 349| in the daily care of the universal Church.~ 43 2, 2, 360| conducts the affairs of the universal Church through the Roman 44 2, 2, 392| protect the unity of the universal Church, a bishop is bound 45 2, 2, 445| without prejudice to the universal law of the Church, it is 46 2, 2, 455| general decrees in cases where universal law has prescribed it or 47 2, 2, 455| In cases in which neither universal law nor a special mandate 48 2, 2, 476| which a vicar general has by universal law, according to the norm 49 2, 2, 506| prejudice to the prescripts of universal law.~§2. The statutes are 50 2, 2, 521| qualities which are required by universal or particular law to care 51 2, 2, 529| of the diocese and of the universal Church, and participate 52 2, 2, 537| governed, in addition to universal law, by norms issued by 53 2, 2, 564| according to the norm of universal and particular law.~ 54 2, 3, 591| reason of his primacy in the universal Church and with a view to 55 2, 3, 596| members which is defined in universal law and the constitutions.~§ 56 2, 3, 597| the qualities required by universal and proper law and who is 57 2, 3, 602| are to be an example of universal reconciliation in Christ.~ 58 2, 3, 617| according to the norm of universal and proper law.~ 59 2, 3, 620| have all the power which universal law grants to major superiors.~ 60 2, 3, 626| to observe the norms of universal and proper law, are to abstain 61 2, 3, 627| the cases prescribed in universal law, proper law is to determine 62 2, 3, 633| according to the norm of universal and proper law and to express 63 2, 3, 638| 1. Within the scope of universal law, it belongs to proper 64 2, 3, 659| institute require it.~§3. Universal law and the program of studies 65 3, 0, 749| morals who declare for the universal Church that a doctrine of 66 3, 0, 750| Church or by its ordinary and universal magisterium which is manifested 67 3, 0, 756| 1. With respect to the universal Church, the function of 68 3, 0, 782| 2. As sponsors of the universal Church and of all the churches, 69 3, 0, 819| religious institute, or even the universal Church itself requires it, 70 4, 0, 838| the sacred liturgy of the universal Church, publish liturgical 71 4, 1, 882| this faculty in virtue of universal law or the special grant 72 4, 3, 1244| of penance common to the universal Church, without prejudice 73 4, 3, 1246| must be observed in the universal Church as the primordial 74 4, 3, 1250| penitential days and times in the universal Church are every Friday 75 5, 0, 1254| Can. 1255 The universal Church and the Apostolic 76 5, 0, 1256| goods which belong to the universal Church, the Apostolic See, 77 5, 0, 1257| Church signifies not only the universal Church or the Apostolic 78 5, 0, 1265| diocesan, national, or universal projects; this collection 79 5, 0, 1270| service properly to the universal Church.~ 80 5, 0, 1275| instructions within the limits of universal and particular law.~ 81 5, 0, 1276| cases specially expressed in universal law or the charter of a 82 6, 1, 1314| to those established by universal law for some delict; however, 83 6, 1, 1314| very grave necessity. If universal law threatens an indeterminate 84 7, 1, 1402| pontifical law refers to the universal law, or norms are involved


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