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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | constitution appears based on the college of bishops united with its 2 Intr | became a member of the Sacred College of Cardinals and subsequently 3 1, 0, 115| more physical persons or a college directs it according to 4 1, 0, 127| consent or counsel of some college or group of persons, the 5 1, 0, 127| or group of persons, the college or group must be convoked 6 1, 0, 158| legitimately.~§2. If some college or group of persons has 7 1, 0, 160| one can present oneself; a college or group of persons, however, 8 1, 0, 165| legitimate statutes of a college or group have provided otherwise, 9 1, 0, 165| provided otherwise, if a college or group of persons has 10 1, 0, 166| person presiding offer a college or group is to convoke all 11 1, 0, 166| all those belonging to the college or group; the notice of 12 1, 0, 169| who does not belong to the college or group.~ 13 1, 0, 173| from the membership of the college or group.~§2. The tellers 14 1, 0, 173| carefully in the archive of the college after they have been signed 15 1, 0, 174| received.~§2. If it concerns a college or group composed of clerics 16 1, 0, 175| 1/ by revocation by the college or group before any action 17 1, 0, 176| one presiding offer the college or group.~ 18 1, 0, 177| one presiding offer the college or group whether or not 19 1, 0, 177| can be elected again. A college or group, however, must 20 1, 0, 182| fact it is null, and the college or group is deprived of 21 1, 0, 183| electing reverts to the college or group.~§2. If a postulation 22 2, 1, 264| alone or in fact have a college of students or teachers 23 2, 1, 272| he has the consent of the college of consultors.~ 24 2, 2 | THE ROMAN PONTIFF AND THE COLLEGE OF BISHOPS~ 25 2, 2, 330| Apostles constitute one college, so in a like manner the 26 2, 2, 331| successors, is the head of the college of bishops, the Vicar of 27 2, 2 | Art. 2.~THE COLLEGE OF BISHOPS~ 28 2, 2, 336| Can. 336 The college of bishops, whose head is 29 2, 2, 336| head and members of the college and in which the apostolic 30 2, 2, 337| Can. 337 §1. The college of bishops exercises power 31 2, 2, 337| promote the ways by which the college of bishops is to exercise 32 2, 2, 339| bishops who are members of the college of bishops have the right 33 2, 2, 341| force, decrees which the college of bishops issues when it 34 2, 2, 349| Church constitute a special college which provides for the election 35 2, 2, 350| Can. 350 §1. The college of cardinals is divided 36 2, 2, 350| have been brought into the college of cardinals; the presbyteral 37 2, 2, 350| been made members of the college of cardinals have their 38 2, 2, 351| public in the presence of the college of cardinals. From the moment 39 2, 2, 352| dean presides offer the college of cardinals; if he is impeded, 40 2, 2, 352| is to act as dean of the college; the assistant dean, if 41 2, 2, 359| Apostolic See is vacant, the college of cardinals possesses only 42 2, 2, 375| head and members of the college.~ 43 2, 2, 377| hear some members of the college of consultors and cathedral 44 2, 2, 382| the same diocese to the college of consultors in the presence 45 2, 2, 404| the diocesan bishop and college of consultors in the presence 46 2, 2, 404| letter of appointment to the college of consultors in the presence 47 2, 2, 413| available, it is for the college of consultors to select 48 2, 2, 419| however, it devolves upon the college of consultors unless the 49 2, 2, 419| convoke without delay the college competent to designate a 50 2, 2, 421| Can. 421 §1. The college of consultors must elect 51 2, 2, 422| or, if there is none, the college of consultors is to inform 52 2, 2, 430| in authentic form to the college competent to elect, but 53 2, 2, 485| with the consent of the college of consultors.~ 54 2, 2, 494| after having heard the college of consultors and the Finance 55 2, 2, 494| bishop after he has heard the college of consultors and the Finance 56 2, 2 | PRESBYTERAL COUNCIL AND THE COLLEGE OF CONSULTORS~ 57 2, 2, 501| presbyteral council ceases and the college of consultors fulfills its 58 2, 2, 502| constitute for five years a college of consultors, to which 59 2, 2, 502| proper functions until a new college is established.~§2. The 60 2, 2, 502| bishop presides offer the college of consultors. When a see 61 2, 2, 502| senior in ordination in the college of consultors presides.~§ 62 2, 2, 502| that the functions of the college of consultors are to be 63 2, 2, 502| has the functions of the college of consultors unless the 64 2, 2, 503| cathedral or collegial, is a college of priests which performs 65 2, 2, 557| with a seminary or other college which is governed by clerics 66 2, 2, 557| rector of the seminary or college unless the diocesan bishop 67 3, 0, 749| morals is to be held.~§2. The college of bishops also possesses 68 3, 0, 752| the Supreme Pontiff or the college of bishops declares concerning 69 3, 0, 753| head and members of the college, whether individually or 70 3, 0, 754| the Roman Pontiff or the college of bishops puts forth.~ 71 3, 0, 755| above all for the entire college of bishops and the Apostolic 72 3, 0, 756| the Roman Pontiff and the college of bishops.~§2. With respect 73 3, 0, 782| The Roman Pontiff and the college of bishops have the supreme 74 3, 0, 833| the statutes of the sacred college;~3/ in the presence of the 75 3, 0, 833| in the presence of the college of consultors, the diocesan 76 4, 1, 1018| with the consent of the college of consultors, a diocesan 77 5, 0, 1276| the finance council and college of consultors to place acts 78 5, 0, 1276| finance council and of the college of consultors to place acts 79 5, 0, 1291| the finance council, the college of consultors, and those 80 6, 2, 1371| ecumenical council or the college of bishops is to be punished 81 7, 1, 1420| can be selected to form a college.~§3. Judges are to be of 82 7, 1, 1428| one of the judges of the college as the ponens or relator 83 7, 2, 1505| appellate tribunal or to the college if the libellus was rejected 84 7, 2, 1609| tribunal the president of the college is to establish the date


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