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Code of Canon Law


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provision
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Church so that appropriate provision is made for a healthy “decentralization” 2 1, 0, 6| of this Code unless other provision is expressly made for particular 3 1, 0, 48| a decision is given or a provision is made for a particular 4 1, 0, 126| unless the law makes other provision. An act entered into out 5 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~PROVISION OF ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICE~ 6 1, 0, 146| validly without canonical provision.~ 7 1, 0, 147| Can. 147 The provision of an ecclesiastical office 8 1, 0, 148| Can. 148 The provision of offices is also the competence 9 1, 0, 149| law of the foundation.~§2. Provision of an ecclesiastical office 10 1, 0, 149| for the validity of the provision by universal or particular 11 1, 0, 149| administrative tribunal.~§3. Provision of an office made as a result 12 1, 0, 151| Can. 151 The provision of an office which entails 13 1, 0, 153| Can. 153 §1. The provision of an office which by law 14 1, 0, 153| determined period of time, provision can be made within six months 15 1, 0, 155| established just as if the provision had been completed according 16 1, 0, 156| Can. 156 The provision of any office is to be put 17 1, 0, 158| the office unless other provision has been made legitimately.~§ 18 1, 0, 165| successively is to make provision freely for the vacant office.~ 19 1, 0, 184| have some right offer the provision of the office.~ 20 1, 0, 189| whom it pertains to make provision of the office in question; 21 1, 0, 195| suitable period, unless other provision is made.~ ~ 22 1, 0, 199| offerings and obligations;~6/ provision of an ecclesiastical office 23 1, 0, 202| at midnight unless other provision is expressly made; a week 24 2, 1, 231| a right for their social provision, social security, and health 25 2, 1, 263| counsel must take care that provision is made for the establishment 26 2, 1, 271| ministry. He is also to make provision that the rights and duties 27 2, 1, 281| services they need.~§2. Provision must also be made so that 28 2, 1, 282| which are left offer after provision has been made for their 29 2, 1, 319| Can. 319 §1. Unless other provision has been made, a legitimately 30 2, 2, 377| wisdom.~§4. Unless other provision has been legitimately made, 31 2, 2, 384| also is to take care that provision is made for their decent 32 2, 2, 395| and provided that he makes provision so that the diocese will 33 2, 2, 401| Supreme Pontiff, who will make provision after he has examined all 34 2, 2, 406| without prejudice to the provision of §1, a diocesan bishop 35 2, 2, 415| See so that it will make provision.~ ~ 36 2, 2, 437| consecrated, from the canonical provision, a metropolitan is obliged 37 2, 2, 445| territory, takes care that provision is made for the pastoral 38 2, 2, 523| prescript of can. 682, §1, the provision of the office of pastor 39 2, 2, 528| pastor is obliged to make provision so that the word of God 40 2, 2, 555| worthily. He is also to make provision so that, on the occasion 41 2, 3, 616| the institute is to make provision for the goods of the suppressed 42 2, 3, 635| the Church, unless other provision is expressly made.~§2. Nevertheless, 43 2, 3, 679| informed, has neglected to make provision; moreover, the matter is 44 2, 3, 683| vain, he himself can make provision on his own authority.~ 45 3, 0, 771| 2. They are also to make provision that the message of the 46 3, 0, 775| for catechetics, to make provision that suitable instruments 47 3, 0, 802| diocesan bishop is to make provision for the establishment of 48 3, 0, 810| statutes has the duty to make provision so that teachers are appointed 49 3, 0, 813| for this, and is to make provision that at universities, even 50 3, 0, 821| diocesan bishop are to make provision so that where possible, 51 4, 1, 986| function are obliged to make provision so that the confessions 52 4, 1, 1161| the marriage unless other provision is expressly made.~§3. A 53 5, 0, 1256| these canons unless other provision is expressly made.~ 54 5, 0, 1273| benefit of the diocese, unless provision is made for them in another 55 5, 0, 1273| another way.~§2. Where social provision for the benefit of clergy 56 6, 1, 1349| are imposed on a cleric, provision must always be made so that 57 6, 1, 1350| Can. 1351 Unless other provision is expressly made, a penalty 58 6, 1, 1356| competent superior to make provision.~§2. In granting the remission, 59 6, 1, 1357| remits a censure can make provision according to the norm of 60 7, 1, 1433| Can. 1434 Unless other provision is expressly made:~1/ whenever 61 7, 1, 1464| Questions concerning the provision for judicial expenses or 62 7, 1, 1491| an exception unless other provision is expressly made.~ 63 7, 2, 1512| interrupted unless other provision is made;~5/ the litigation 64 7, 2, 1649| deposit of money or the provision furnished for the payment 65 7, 3, 1692| Can. 1692 §1. Unless other provision is legitimately made in 66 7, 4, 1723| the accused does not make provision, the judge is to appoint 67 7, 5, 1746| removed, the bishop is to make provision either for an assignment


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