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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | All rights reserved. No part of this book maybe reproduced 2 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 177-185)~part. Particularis~PC Decr. Perfectae 3 Intr | over the world also took part in all these phases of the 4 Intr | the united efforts on the part of specialized persons and 5 Intr | and higher way it became part of the heritage of the New 6 Intr | Gratiani, constituted the first part of that significant collection 7 Intr | agreed as well that in the part on the people of God there 8 1, 0, 2| Can. 2 For the most part the Code does not define 9 1, 0, 122| so divided either that a part of it is united with another 10 1, 0, 122| erected from the separated part, the ecclesiastical authority 11 2, 1 | PART I.~THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL ( 12 2, 1, 229| necessary, and take their part in exercising the apostolate.~§ 13 2, 1, 261| moderators and teachers for their part are to take care that the 14 2, 1, 275| laity, each for his or her part, exercise in the Church 15 2, 1, 287| are not to have an active part in political parties and 16 2, 2 | PART II.~THE HIERARCHICAL CONSTITUTION 17 2, 2, 339| the right and duty to take part in an ecumenical council 18 2, 2, 346| members of whom the greater part are bishops elected for 19 2, 2, 346| members of whom the greater part are bishops designated by 20 2, 2, 396| annually either in whole or in part, so that he visits the entire 21 2, 2, 399| report falls entirely or in part within the first two years 22 2, 2, 476| those who in a specific part of the diocese or in a certain 23 2, 2, 479| only offer the specific part of the territory or the 24 2, 2, 501| the entire council or some part of it is renewed within 25 2, 2, 528| even as families and take part consciously and actively 26 2, 2, 529| recognize and promote the proper part which the lay members of 27 2, 2, 545| whole parish, a determined part of the parish, or a certain 28 2, 2, 564| pastoral care, at least in part, of some community or particular 29 2, 3 | PART III.~INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED 30 2, 3, 576| them, and also, for its part, to take care that the institutes 31 2, 3, 620| province of an institute or part equivalent to a province, 32 2, 3, 621| constitutes an immediate part of the same institute under 33 2, 3, 652| they cooperate for their part in the work of formation 34 2, 3, 667| of proper law, with some part of a religious house always 35 2, 3, 737| Incorporation entails on the part of the members the obligations 36 2, 3, 737| constitutions and on the part of the society concern for 37 3, 0, 767| preaching, the homily, which is part of the liturgy itself and 38 3, 0, 781| responsibility, are to assume their part in missionary work.~ 39 3, 0, 831| religious institutes to take part on radio or television in 40 4, 0, 835| people.~§3. Deacons have a part in the celebration of divine 41 4, 0, 835| faithful also have their own part in the function of sanctifying 42 4, 1 | PART I.~THE SACRAMENTS~ 43 4, 1, 898| honor, taking an active part in the celebration of the 44 4, 1, 938| is to be situated in some part of the church or oratory 45 4, 1, 1000| forehead or even on some other part of the body is sufficient, 46 4, 1, 1032| presbyterate, he is to take part in pastoral care, exercising 47 4, 1, 1084| intercourse, whether on the part of the man or the woman, 48 4, 1, 1132| 1131, n. 2 ceases on the part of the local ordinary if 49 4, 2 | PART II~: THE OTHER ACTS OF DIVINE 50 4, 3 | PART III~: SACRED PLACES AND 51 4, 3, 1212| been destroyed in large part, or have been turned over 52 4, 3, 1248| recommended that the faithful take part in a liturgy of the word 53 4, 3, 1252| of piety, in whole or in part, for abstinence and fast.~ 54 5, 0, 1281| or lay persons who take part in the administration of 55 5, 0, 1291| advice or consent must take part in alienating goods are 56 6, 1 | PART I.~DELICTS AND PENALTIES 57 6, 2 | PART II.~PENALTIES FOR INDIVIDUAL 58 7, 1 | Part I.~TRIALS IN GENERAL (Cann. 59 7, 1, 1432| unless they actually took part even if not cited or, after 60 7, 1, 1433| also be heard if they take part in the trial;~2/ whenever 61 7, 1, 1433| defender of the bond who takes part in the trial has the same 62 7, 1, 1436| 1. A notary is to take part in any process, so much 63 7, 1, 1447| 1447 A person who has taken part in a case as a judge, promoter 64 7, 1, 1451| of the bond, if they take part in the trial and are not 65 7, 2 | PART II.~THE CONTENTIOUS TRIAL~ 66 7, 2, 1546| if at least some small part of a document can be transcribed 67 7, 2, 1549| excludes them in whole or in part.~ 68 7, 2, 1609| established in the dispositive part of the sentence.~§4. In 69 7, 2, 1611| on which the dispositive part of the sentence is based;~ 70 7, 2, 1612| of the bond if they took part in the trial.~§2. Next, 71 7, 2, 1612| doubts.~§3. The dispositive part of the sentence follows 72 7, 2, 1614| even if the dispositive part was made known to the parties 73 7, 2, 1645| those proofs the dispositive part of the sentence is not sustained;~ 74 7, 2, 1661| all those who must take part to a hearing which must 75 7, 2, 1668| immediately; the dispositive part of the sentence is to be 76 7, 3 | PART III.~CERTAIN SPECIAL PROCESSES ~ 77 7, 3, 1696| justice must always take part in them according to the 78 7, 4 | PART IV.~THE PENAL PROCESS (Cann. 79 7, 5 | PART V.~THE METHOD OF PROCEEDING


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