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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | prior centuries, it will be able to undertake the task of 2 1, 0, 30| only executive power is not able to issue the general decree 3 1, 0, 31| possess executive power are able to issue, within the limits 4 1, 0, 87| their spiritual good, is able to dispense the faithful 5 1, 0, 87| of the Church. He is not able to dispense, however, from 6 1, 0, 87| in delay, any ordinary is able to dispense from these same 7 1, 0, 88| 88 A local ordinary is able to dispense from diocesan 8 1, 0, 89| presbyters or deacons are not able to dispense from universal 9 1, 0, 91| the power to dispense is able to exercise it with respect 10 1, 0, 117| juridic personality, is able to acquire it unless competent 11 1, 0, 125| which the person was not able to resist in any way, is 12 1, 0, 136| establishes otherwise, a person is able to exercise executive power 13 1, 0, 136| his territory; he is also able to exercise this power offer 14 2, 1, 228| functions which they are able to exercise according to 15 2, 1, 229| in order for them to be able to live according to this 16 2, 1, 231| condition so that they are able to provide decently for 17 2, 1, 245| relations so that they are able to achieve an appropriate 18 2, 1, 248| nourished thereby, they are able to announce in a suitable 19 2, 1, 251| minds, and makes them better able to pursue theological studies.~ 20 2, 1, 252| spiritual life, and are able properly to announce and 21 2, 1, 276| people.~§2. In order to be able to pursue this perfection:~ 22 2, 1, 277| undivided heart and are able to dedicate themselves more 23 2, 1, 281| remuneration by which they are able to provide for the support 24 2, 1, 310| co-possessors; they are able to exercise these rights 25 2, 1, 315| Public associations are able on their own initiative 26 2, 1, 317| clerical, lay persons are able to exercise the function 27 2, 2, 331| Church, which he is always able to exercise freely.~ 28 2, 2, 334| exercising his office. They are able to render him cooperative 29 2, 2, 382| diocese. Nevertheless, he is able to exercise offices which 30 2, 2, 383| spirit to those who are not able to make sufficient use of 31 2, 2, 401| bishop who has become less able to fulfill his office because 32 2, 2, 412| diocese, so that he is not able to communicate with those 33 2, 2, 445| law of the Church, it is able to decide what seems opportune 34 2, 2, 455| conference or its president able to act in the name of all 35 2, 2, 500| presbyteral council is not able to act without the diocesan 36 2, 2, 548| through common efforts, are able to provide for the pastoral 37 2, 2, 568| appointed for those who are not able to avail themselves of the 38 2, 3, 586| discipline in the Church and are able to preserve their own patrimony 39 2, 3, 726| has elapsed, a member is able to leave the institute freely 40 2, 3, 726| who freely petitions it is able to obtain an indult of departure 41 3, 0, 779| conditions of life, are able to learn Catholic doctrine 42 3, 0, 786| and sufficient means to be able to carry out the work of 43 3, 0, 794| persons so that they are able to reach the fullness of 44 3, 0, 795| such a way that they are able to develop their physical, 45 3, 0, 817| by the Apostolic See is able to confer academic degrees 46 4, 1, 888| territory in which they are able to confer confirmation, 47 4, 1, 889| properly disposed, and able to renew the baptismal promises.~ 48 4, 1, 900| 1. The minister who is able to confect the sacrament 49 4, 1, 913| to their capacity and are able to receive the body of Christ 50 4, 1, 1003| oil with him so that he is able to administer the sacrament 51 4, 1, 1047| See.~§4. An ordinary is able to dispense from irregularities 52 4, 1, 1057| marriage; no human power is able to supply this consent.~§ 53 4, 1, 1080| impediments from which he is able to dispense.~ 54 4, 1, 1095| accepted;~3/ those who are not able to assume the essential 55 4, 1, 1112| preparing to be married and able to perform the matrimonial 56 5, 0, 1253| Church by innate right is able to acquire, retain, administer, 57 5, 0, 1270| the times, so that it is able to offer service properly 58 5, 0, 1273| through which bishops are able to satisfy obligations towards 59 5, 0, 1285| employees so that they are able to provide fittingly for 60 5, 0, 1298| natural law and canon law is able freely to dispose of his 61 5, 0, 1303| For a juridic person to be able to accept a foundation validly, 62 5, 0, 1307| foundations, the ordinary is able to reduce the Mass obligations 63 7, 1, 1432| the acts, at least were able to fulfill their function 64 7, 1, 1433| order for the judge to be able to decide something, the 65 7, 1, 1473| the witness was either not able or unwilling to sign.~ 66 7, 2, 1608| 4. A judge who was not able to arrive at this certitude 67 7, 2, 1666| all the proofs were not able to be collected during the 68 7, 3, 1707| The diocesan bishop is able to issue the declaration


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