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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
governance
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0 | TITLE VIII.~THE POWER OF GOVERNANCE (Cann. 129 - 144)~ 2 1, 0, 129| the law, for the power of governance, which exists in the Church 3 1, 0, 130| Of itself, the power of governance is exercised for the external 4 1, 0, 131| 1. The ordinary power of governance is that which is joined 5 1, 0, 131| 2. The ordinary power of governance can be either proper or 6 1, 0, 132| ordinary who succeeds him in governance.~ 7 1, 0, 135| Can. 135 §1. The power of governance is distinguished as legislative, 8 1, 0, 144| supplies executive power of governance for both the external and 9 2, 1, 205| sacraments, and ecclesiastical governance.~ 10 2, 1, 259| pertain to the above-mentioned governance and administration of the 11 2, 1, 262| be exempt from parochial governance. The rector of the seminary 12 2, 1, 274| power of ecclesiastical governance is required.~§2. Unless 13 2, 1, 305| are also subject to the governance of this same authority according 14 2, 1, 323| can. 305 and even to the governance of the same authority.~§ 15 2, 2, 335| is to be altered in the governance of the universal Church; 16 2, 2, 352| dean possesses any power of governance offer the other cardinals 17 2, 2, 357| they possess no power of governance offer them nor are they 18 2, 2, 357| exempt from the power of governance of the bishop of the diocese 19 2, 2, 366| exempt from the power of governance of the local ordinary unless 20 2, 2, 375| worship, and ministers of governance.~§2. Through episcopal consecration 21 2, 2, 399| the first two years of his governance of a diocese, a bishop can 22 2, 2, 405| diocesan bishop in the entire governance of the diocese and take 23 2, 2, 409| administrator who presides offer the governance of the diocese.~ 24 2, 2, 413| bishop, if there is one, has governance of the diocese unless the 25 2, 2, 413| is none or he is impeded, governance passes to an auxiliary bishop, 26 2, 2, 413| one who has assumed the governance of a diocese according to 27 2, 2, 419| diocesan administrator, the governance of a diocese devolves upon 28 2, 2, 419| The one who so assumes governance of the diocese is to convoke 29 2, 2, 420| vicariate or prefecture, the governance is assumed by the pro-vicar 30 2, 2, 428| temporarily care for the governance of the diocese are forbidden 31 2, 2, 436| metropolitan has no other power of governance in the suffragan dioceses. 32 2, 2, 438| primate entail no power of governance in the Latin Church apart 33 2, 2, 445| and possesses the power of governance, especially legislative 34 2, 2, 469| assist the bishop in the governance of the whole diocese, especially 35 2, 2, 475| is to assist him in the governance of the whole diocese.~§2. 36 2, 2, 476| 476 Whenever the correct governance of a diocese requires it, 37 2, 2, 493| foreseen for the entire governance of the diocese in the coming 38 2, 2, 495| assists the bishop in the governance of the diocese according 39 2, 2, 541| parochial vicar is to assume the governance of the parish temporarily. 40 2, 2, 541| particular law assumes this governance.~§2. The one who has assumed 41 2, 2, 541| one who has assumed the governance of a parish according to 42 2, 2, 567| himself in the internal governance of the institute.~ 43 2, 3, 586| autonomy of life, especially of governance, is acknowledged for individual 44 2, 3, 587| fundamental norms regarding governance of the institute, the discipline 45 2, 3, 591| consecrated life from the governance of local ordinaries and 46 2, 3, 593| See in regards to internal governance and discipline.~ 47 2, 3, 596| ecclesiastical power of governance for both the external and 48 2, 3, 612| refers only to internal governance and discipline, without 49 2, 3, 613| regular or of monks under the governance and care of its own moderator 50 2, 3, 614| their own way of life and governance according to the constitutions. 51 2, 3 | CHAPTER II.~THE GOVERNANCE OF INSTITUTES ~ 52 2, 3, 624| remain too long in offices of governance without interruption.~§3. 53 2, 3, 650| defined in proper law.~§2. Governance of the novices is reserved 54 2, 3, 715| the institute or to the governance of the institute.~ 55 2, 3, 717| prescribe the proper manner of governance; they are to define the 56 2, 3, 717| placed in charge of the governance of an institute are to take 57 2, 3, 734| constitutions determine the governance of a society, with cann. 58 4, 1, 968| have executive power of governance according to the norm of 59 4, 1, 984| any manner for external governance the knowledge about sins 60 5, 0, 1262| juridic persons subject to his governance; this tax is to be proportionate 61 5, 0, 1271| Apostolic See, to direct the governance of such benefices in such 62 5, 0, 1272| virtue of his primacy of governance, the Roman Pontiff is the 63 5, 0, 1286| exempted from the power of governance of the diocesan bishop are 64 5, 0, 1289| subject to the power of governance of the Church unless the 65 6, 1, 1318| in virtue of the power of governance, the person can also threaten 66 6, 1, 1330| whatsoever or to place acts of governance.~§2. If the excommunication 67 6, 1, 1330| invalidly places acts of governance which are illicit according 68 6, 1, 1332| some acts of the power of governance;~3/ the exercise of either 69 6, 1, 1332| person cannot place acts of governance validly after a condemnatory 70 6, 1, 1332| offices or the power of governance which are not under the 71 6, 1, 1334| the placing of an act of governance, the prohibition is suspended 72 6, 1, 1334| sacramental or an act of governance; a person is permitted to


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