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IntraText - Concordances
clerics
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 174| college or group composed of clerics alone, those commissioned 2 2, 1, 207| who in law are also called clerics; the other members of the 3 2, 1 | III.~SACRED MINISTERS OR CLERICS (Cann. 232 - 293)~ 4 2, 1 | CHAPTER I.~THE FORMATION OF CLERICS~ 5 2, 1, 257| bishop is to take care that clerics intending to move from their 6 2, 1 | ENROLLMENT, OR INCARDINATION, OF CLERICS~ 7 2, 1, 265| unattached or transient clerics are not allowed at all.~ 8 2, 1, 269| concerning the decent support of clerics;~2/ he knows by a lawful 9 2, 1, 271| not to deny permission to clerics, whom he knows are prepared 10 2, 1, 271| rights and duties of these clerics are determined through a 11 2, 1, 271| grant permission for his clerics to move to another particular 12 2, 1, 271| to be done so that these clerics remain incardinated in their 13 2, 1 | OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF CLERICS~ 14 2, 1, 273| Can. 273 Clerics are bound by a special obligation 15 2, 1, 274| Can. 274 §1. Only clerics can obtain offices for whose 16 2, 1, 274| impediment excuses them, clerics are bound to undertake and 17 2, 1, 275| Can. 275 §1. Since clerics all work for the same purpose, 18 2, 1, 275| prescripts of particular law.~§2. Clerics are to acknowledge and promote 19 2, 1, 276| In leading their lives, clerics are bound in a special way 20 2, 1, 277| Can. 277 §1. Clerics are obliged to observe perfect 21 2, 1, 277| of God and humanity.~§2. Clerics are to behave with due prudence 22 2, 1, 278| Can. 278 §1. Secular clerics have the right to associate 23 2, 1, 278| clerical state.~§2. Secular clerics are to hold in esteem especially 24 2, 1, 278| which promote the unity of clerics among themselves and with 25 2, 1, 278| with their own bishop.~§3. Clerics are to refrain from establishing 26 2, 1, 279| ordination to the priesthood, clerics are to pursue sacred studies 27 2, 1, 280| is highly recommended to clerics; where it exists, it must 28 2, 1, 281| Can. 281 §1. Since clerics dedicate themselves to ecclesiastical 29 2, 1, 282| Can. 282 §1. Clerics are to foster simplicity 30 2, 1, 283| Can. 283 §1. Even if clerics do not have a residential 31 2, 1, 284| Can. 284 Clerics are to wear suitable ecclesiastical 32 2, 1, 285| Can. 285 §1. Clerics are to refrain completely 33 2, 1, 285| prescripts of particular law.~§2. Clerics are to avoid those things 34 2, 1, 285| the clerical state.~§3. Clerics are forbidden to assume 35 2, 1, 286| Can. 286 Clerics are prohibited from conducting 36 2, 1, 287| 287 §1. Most especially, clerics are always to foster the 37 2, 1, 289| with the clerical state, clerics and candidates for sacred 38 2, 1, 289| permission of their ordinary.~§2. Clerics are to use exemptions from 39 2, 1, 293| cannot be enrolled among clerics again except through a rescript 40 2, 1, 298| Christian faithful, whether clerics, lay persons, or clerics 41 2, 1, 298| clerics, lay persons, or clerics and lay persons together, 42 2, 1, 302| are under the direction of clerics, assume the exercise of 43 2, 2, 396| permitted to choose the clerics he prefers as companions 44 2, 2, 463| of the synod; they can be clerics, members of institutes of 45 2, 2, 507| offices can be entrusted to clerics who do not belong to the 46 2, 2, 512| with the Catholic Churchclerics, members of institutes of 47 2, 2, 531| and the remuneration of clerics fulfilling the same function.~ 48 2, 2, 555| of seeing to it that the clerics of his district lead a life 49 2, 2, 555| at the times stated, the clerics attend lectures, theological 50 2, 2, 557| college which is governed by clerics is the rector of the seminary 51 2, 3, 588| is under the direction of clerics, assumes the exercise of 52 2, 3, 644| to the novitiate secular clerics without consulting their 53 2, 3, 645| concerns the admission of clerics or those who had been admitted 54 2, 3, 663| prejudice to the obligation for clerics mentioned in can. 276, § 55 2, 3, 672| and 289, and religious clerics additionally by the prescripts 56 2, 3, 736| In clerical societies, clerics are incardinated in the 57 2, 3, 736| orders, the norms for secular clerics are to be observed, without 58 2, 3, 739| the common obligations of clerics unless it is otherwise evident 59 3, 0, 776| is to use the help of the clerics attached to the parish, 60 3, 0, 784| non-natives, whether secular clerics, members of institutes of 61 3, 0, 819| universities or faculties youth, clerics, and members, who are outstanding 62 3, 0, 831| religion or good morals; clerics and members of religious 63 3, 0, 831| concerning the requirements for clerics and members of religious 64 4, 1, 899| who are present, whether clerics or laity, unite together 65 4, 1, 956| celebration of Masses, whether clerics or laity, are to hand over 66 4, 1, 1011| another church or oratory.~§2. Clerics and other members of the 67 4, 1, 1016| presbyteral ordination of secular clerics, it is the bishop of the 68 4, 1, 1019| 2. The law for secular clerics governs the ordination of 69 4, 1, 1042| administration forbidden to clerics according to the norm of 70 4, 2, 1174| Can. 1174 §1. Clerics are obliged to carry out 71 5, 0, 1273| 281, for the support of clerics who offer service for the 72 5, 0, 1273| for the social security of clerics.~§3. Insofar as necessary, 73 5, 0, 1281| Can. 1282 All clerics or lay persons who take 74 6, 1, 1332| Suspension, which can affect only clerics, prohibits:~1/ either all 75 6, 1, 1336| territory can affect both clerics and religious; however, 76 6, 1, 1336| territory can affect secular clerics and, within the limits of 77 6, 1, 1336| of a house designated for clerics doing penance or being rehabilitated 78 6, 2, 1391| Can. 1392 Clerics or religious who exercise 79 7, 1, 1420| diocesan judges, who are to be clerics.~§2. The conference of bishops 80 7, 1, 1423| with him; they are to be clerics or lay persons of upright 81 7, 1, 1427| the function of auditor clerics or lay persons outstanding 82 7, 1, 1434| the bond; they are to be clerics or lay persons, of unimpaired 83 7, 2, 1548| obligation to respond:~1/ clerics regarding what has been


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