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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
offer
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 127| required are obliged to offer their opinion sincerely 2 1, 0, 134| temporarily, are placed offer some particular church or 3 1, 0, 136| exercise executive power offer his subjects, even when 4 1, 0, 136| able to exercise this power offer travelers actually present 5 1, 0, 155| acquires no power thereafter offer the person upon whom the 6 1, 0, 166| 1. The person presiding offer a college or group is to 7 1, 0, 173| presence of the one presiding offer the election whether the 8 1, 0, 176| such by the one presiding offer the college or group.~ 9 1, 0, 177| inform the one presiding offer the college or group whether 10 1, 0, 184| those who have some right offer the provision of the office.~ 11 2, 1, 230| of the word, to preside offer liturgical prayers, to confer 12 2, 1, 259| seminary frequently, to watch offer the formation of their own 13 2, 1, 276| are earnestly invited to offer the eucharistic sacrifice 14 2, 1, 279| meetings, and conferences which offer them the opportunity to 15 2, 1, 282| office and which are left offer after provision has been 16 2, 1, 295| and a prelate presides offer it as the proper ordinary; 17 2, 1, 311| consecrated life who preside offer or assist associations in 18 2, 1, 328| Can. 328 Those who preside offer associations of the laity, 19 2, 2, 333| not only possesses power offer the universal Church but 20 2, 2, 333| primacy of ordinary power offer all particular churches 21 2, 2, 336| of supreme and full power offer the universal Church.~ 22 2, 2, 337| bishops exercises power offer the universal Church in 23 2, 2, 338| ecumenical council, preside offer it personally or through 24 2, 2, 348| general secretariat presided offer by a general secretary who 25 2, 2, 350| presbyteral order takes precedence offer all those cardinal presbyters 26 2, 2, 352| 352 §1. The dean presides offer the college of cardinals; 27 2, 2, 352| any power of governance offer the other cardinals but 28 2, 2, 354| The cardinals who preside offer dicasteries and other permanent 29 2, 2, 355| metropolitans or hands it offer to their proxies.~ 30 2, 2, 357| possess no power of governance offer them nor are they to intervene 31 2, 2, 358| specialis) has competence only offer those things which the Roman 32 2, 2, 381| authority.~§2. Those who preside offer the other communities of 33 2, 2, 409| administrator who presides offer the governance of the diocese.~ 34 2, 2, 435| of his diocese, presides offer an ecclesiastical province. 35 2, 2, 437| ecclesiastical province offer which he presides, but not 36 2, 2, 442| sufuffagan bishops to preside offer a provincial council.~ 37 2, 2, 448| includes those who preside offer all the particular churches 38 2, 2, 448| territory or those who preside offer particular churches in different 39 2, 2, 452| pro-president, presides not only offer the general meetings of 40 2, 2, 452| conference of bishops but also offer the permanent council.~ 41 2, 2, 460| a particular church who offer assistance to the diocesan 42 2, 2, 462| who temporarily presides offer a diocese.~§2. The diocesan 43 2, 2, 462| diocesan bishop presides offer a diocesan synod. He can, 44 2, 2, 476| faithful of a specific rite or offer certain groups of persons 45 2, 2, 479| has the executive power offer the whole diocese which 46 2, 2, 479| mentioned in §1 but only offer the specific part of the 47 2, 2, 492| council is to be established, offer which the diocesan bishop 48 2, 2, 500| presbyteral council, preside offer it, and determine the questions 49 2, 2, 502| diocesan bishop presides offer the college of consultors. 50 2, 2, 507| the canons is to preside offer the chapter; other offices 51 2, 2, 509| by the chapter to preside offer it.~§2. A diocesan bishop 52 2, 2, 545| solicitude, they are to offer service in the pastoral 53 2, 3, 674| Body of Christ: for they offer an extraordinary sacrifice 54 2, 3, 676| corporal works of mercy and offer the most diverse services 55 2, 3, 698| communicate with and to offer defenses directly to the 56 2, 3, 713| through the assistance they offer to order temporal things 57 3, 0, 776| of these are to refuse to offer their help willingly unless 58 3, 0, 802| 802 §1. If schools which offer an education imbued with 59 3, 0, 822| are to be concerned to offer assistance in pastoral action 60 4, 1, 907| persons are not permitted to offer prayers, especially the 61 4, 1, 909| eucharistic sacrifice and to offer thanks to God at its completion.~ 62 5, 0, 1270| times, so that it is able to offer service properly to the 63 5, 0, 1273| the support of clerics who offer service for the benefit 64 5, 0, 1291| alienating goods are not to offer advice or consent unless 65 6, 2, 1365| place of parents who hand offer their children to be baptized 66 7, 2, 1593| case, the respondent can offer conclusions and proofs, 67 7, 5, 1745| inspected the acts, and offer any proofs he has to the


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