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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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1 Intr | copyright 1998 by Canon Law Society of America.~All rights reserved. 2 Intr | number 99-093240~Canon Law Society of America~Washington, DC 3 Intr | First Printing~The Canon Law Society of America graciously gave 4 Intr | an order in the ecclesial society that, while assigning the 5 Intr | life of both the ecclesial society and the individual persons 6 Intr | towards the ecclesiastical society to the extent that these 7 Intr | visible and independent society, the Church cannot renounce 8 Intr | changes in contemporary human society certain elements of the 9 2, 1, 204| organized in this world as a society, subsists in the Catholic 10 2, 1, 265| institute of consecrated life or society endowed with this faculty, 11 2, 1, 266| incorporated member of a clerical society of apostolic life is incardinated 12 2, 1, 266| in the same institute or society unless, in the case of societies, 13 2, 1, 268| consecrated life or into a society of apostolic life, a cleric 14 2, 1, 268| in the same institute or society according to the norm of 15 2, 2, 498| some religious institute or society of apostolic life, who reside 16 2, 2, 520| religious institute or clerical society of apostolic life, even 17 2, 2, 520| church of the institute or society, with the requirement, however, 18 2, 2, 520| superior of the institute or society, which expressly and accurately 19 2, 2, 538| or is incardinated in a society of apostolic life is removed 20 2, 2, 556| a religious community or society of apostolic life which 21 2, 3, 607| religious institute is a society in which members, according 22 2, 3, 643| is incorporated in some society of apostolic life, without 23 2, 3, 643| consecrated life or in some society of apostolic life.~§2. Proper 24 2, 3, 645| of consecrated life, in a society of apostolic life, or in 25 2, 3, 645| superior of the institute or society, or the rector of the seminary.~§ 26 2, 3, 684| a secular institute or a society of apostolic life or from 27 2, 3, 721| or is incorporated in a society of apostolic life;~3/ a 28 2, 3, 730| religious institute or to a society of apostolic life or from 29 2, 3, 731| apostolic purpose proper to the society and, leading a life in common 30 2, 3, 732| however, to the nature of each society; moreover, cann. 598-602 31 2, 3, 733| competent authority of the society erects a house and establishes 32 2, 3, 734| determine the governance of a society, with cann. 617-633 observed 33 2, 3, 734| according to the nature of each society.~ 34 2, 3, 735| The proper law of each society determines the admission, 35 2, 3, 735| pertains to admission into a society, the conditions established 36 2, 3, 735| purpose and character of the society, in such a way that the 37 2, 3, 735| mission and life of the society.~ 38 2, 3, 736| are incardinated in the society itself unless the constitutions 39 2, 3, 737| constitutions and on the part of the society concern for leading the 40 2, 3, 738| life and discipline of the society.~§2. They are also subject 41 2, 3, 741| to them on behalf of the society is acquired by the society.~ 42 2, 3, 741| society is acquired by the society.~ 43 2, 3, 742| The constitutions of each society govern the departure and 44 2, 3, 743| indult of departure from the society from the supreme moderator 45 2, 3, 744| member to transfer to another society of apostolic life; the rights 46 2, 3, 744| obligations proper to the society are suspended in the meantime, 47 2, 3, 744| incorporation in the new society.~§2. Transfer to an institute 48 2, 3, 744| consecrated life or from one to a society of apostolic life requires 49 2, 3, 745| indult to live outside the society to a definitively incorporated 50 3, 0, 768| being joined together in society, and the ordering of temporal 51 3, 0, 793| to be furnished by civil society, which they need to secure 52 3, 0, 797| be concerned that civil society recognizes this freedom 53 3, 0, 799| strive so that in civil society the laws which regulate 54 4, 1, 934| a religious institute or society of apostolic life;~2/ can 55 4, 1, 967| house of the institute or society; they also use the faculty 56 4, 1, 969| a religious institute or society of apostolic life mentioned 57 4, 1, 1019| pontifical right or of a clerical society of apostolic life of pontifical 58 4, 1, 1019| defin-itively in the institute or society according to their constitutions.~§ 59 4, 1, 1019| candidates of any institute or society; any other indult granted 60 4, 1, 1052| religious institute or a society of apostolic life, the same 61 4, 1, 1052| definitively into the institute or society and is a subject of the 62 4, 2, 1179| religious or members of a society of apostolic life are generally 63 4, 2, 1179| superior if the institute or society is clerical; otherwise by 64 4, 2, 1196| a religious institute or society of apostolic life if it 65 4, 2, 1196| house of the institute or society;~3/ those to whom the Apostolic 66 4, 3, 1245| a religious institute or society of apostolic life, if they 67 5, 0, 1301| a religious institute or society of apostolic life and if 68 7, 5, 1742| religious institute or a society of apostolic life.~


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