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Code of Canon Law


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canons
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | customary to collect the sacred canons into one book to facilitate 2 Intr | be ignorant of the sacred canons” as Pope Celestine warned 3 Intr | sacred scripture and the canons” because “ignorance, the 4 Intr | canonum or oriental corpus of canons of the Greek Church.~Subsequent 5 Intr | considered until a text of canons was approved, at times after 6 Intr | particular ones on individual canons.~Of great benefit also were 7 Intr | were incorporated in the canons of the early schemata at 8 Intr | standpoint, of drafting canons in brief and elegant formulations, 9 Intr | enlarged by the addition of canons from the schema on the Fundamental 10 1, 0, 1| Can. 1 The canons of this Code regard only 11 1, 0, 2| them is contrary to the canons of the Code.~ 12 1, 0, 3| Can. 3 The canons of the Code neither abrogate 13 1, 0, 4| been revoked, unless the canons of this Code expressly revoke 14 1, 0, 5| the prescripts of these canons and are reprobated by the 15 1, 0, 5| and are reprobated by the canons of this Code are absolutely 16 1, 0, 6| they repeat former law, the canons of this Code must be assessed 17 1, 0, 23| the norm of the following canons has the force of law.~ 18 1, 0, 29| by the prescripts of the canons on laws.~ 19 1, 0, 75| prescripts of the following canons are also to be observed.~ 20 1, 0, 94| by the prescripts of the canons on laws.~ 21 1, 0, 134| those things which in the canons are attributed by name to 22 1, 0, 135| prescripts of the following canons are to be observed.~ 23 1, 0, 164| prescripts of the following canons are to be observed in canonical 24 1, 0, 196| to the prescripts of the canons on penal law.~ ~ 25 1, 0, 197| which are established in the canons of this Code; prescription 26 1, 0, 200| the norm of the following canons.~ 27 2, 1, 224| are established in other canons, the lay Christian faithful 28 2, 1, 224| which are enumerated in the canons of this title.~ 29 2, 1, 305| to the prescripts of the canons which follow.~§2. Associations 30 2, 2, 386| that the prescripts of the canons on the ministry of the word, 31 2, 2, 405| prescripts of the following canons and are defined in the letter 32 2, 2, 434| conference of bishops in the canons of this Code unless the 33 2, 2, 460| the norm of the following canons.~ 34 2, 2, 463| and the judicial vicar;~3/ canons of the cathedral church;~ 35 2, 2, 472| prescripts of the following canons, however, are to be observed 36 2, 2, 475| the norm of the following canons and who is to assist him 37 2, 2, 476| the norm of the following canons.~ 38 2, 2, 497| the norm of the following canons and of the statutes;~2/ 39 2, 2 | CHAPTER IV.~CHAPTERS OF CANONS~ 40 2, 2, 503| Can. 503 A chapter of canons, whether cathedral or collegial, 41 2, 2, 506| chapter and the number of canons, always without prejudice 42 2, 2, 506| the chapter and individual canons are to do in the performance 43 2, 2, 506| See, the insignia of the canons.~ 44 2, 2, 507| Can. 507 §1. One of the canons is to preside offer the 45 2, 2, 507| offices they assist the canons according to the norm of 46 2, 2, 510| be joined to a chapter of canons; the diocesan bishop is 47 2, 2, 548| besides being defined in the canons of this chapter, diocesan 48 2, 2, 562| norms and prescripts of the canons, that obligations are fulfilled 49 2, 3, 613| 1. A religious house of canons regular or of monks under 50 3, 0, 824| sought according to the canons of this title is the proper 51 3, 0, 824| established regarding books in the canons of this title must be applied 52 4, 1, 852| 1. The prescripts of the canons on adult baptism are to 53 4, 1, 900| provisions of the following canons are to be observed.~ 54 4, 1, 1040| contained in the following canons.~ 55 4, 1, 1108| expressed in the following canons and without prejudice to 56 4, 1, 1147| baptized; the prescripts of the canons about mixed marriages are 57 4, 2, 1199| justice.~§2. An oath which the canons require or permit cannot 58 4, 3, 1249| the norm of the following canons.~ 59 5, 0, 1256| governed by the following canons and their own statutes.~§ 60 5, 0, 1256| statutes but not by these canons unless other provision is 61 5, 0, 1257| Can. 1258 In the following canons, the term Church signifies 62 6, 2, 1391| to the prescripts of the canons are to be punished according 63 7, 1, 1401| Can. 1402 The following canons govern all tribunals of 64 7, 1, 1418| according to the following canons.~§2. If a case concerns 65 7, 2, 1501| according to the norm of the canons.~ 66 7, 2, 1670| proceeding, the prescripts of the canons for the ordinary contentious 67 7, 3, 1691| procedural matters, the canons on trials in general and 68 7, 3, 1692| the norm of the following canons.~§2. Where an ecclesiastical 69 7, 3, 1702| is to be heard, and the canons on the collection of proofs 70 7, 3, 1710| case to a tribunal, the canons on trials in general and 71 7, 4, 1728| to the prescripts of the canons of this title and unless 72 7, 4, 1728| matter precludes it, the canons on trials in general and 73 7, 5, 1732| What is established in the canons of this section concerning


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