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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | in order, finally, that common initiatives undertaken to 2 Intr | vindicated against the more common objections; the history 3 Intr | exception on account of the common good.~5. Careful attention 4 Intr | had to be resolved through common counsel.~After the drafting 5 1, 0, 19| the Roman Curia, and the common and constant opinion of 6 1, 0, 29| competent legislator issues common prescripts for a community 7 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~COMMON NORMS~ 8 1, 0, 36| meaning of the words and the common manner of speaking. In a 9 1, 0, 104| 104 Spouses are to have a common domicile or quasi-domicile; 10 1, 0, 108| persons, not counting the common ancestor.~§3. In the collateral 11 1, 0, 108| together, not counting the common ancestor.~ 12 1, 0, 122| through an executor:~1/ that common, divisible, patrimonial 13 1, 0, 122| the use and usufruct of common goods which are not divisible 14 1, 0, 144| 1. In factual or legal common error and in positive and 15 2, 1, 212| pastors, and attentive to common advantage and the dignity 16 2, 1, 215| to hold meetings for the common pursuit of these purposes.~ 17 2, 1, 223| must take into account the common good of the Church, the 18 2, 1, 223| others.~§2. In view of the common good, ecclesiastical authority 19 2, 1, 224| obligations and rights which are common to all the Christian faithful 20 2, 1, 245| their brothers. Through common life in the seminary and 21 2, 1, 263| determined by them through common counsel must take care that 22 2, 1, 264| teachers to promote the common good of the Church. A tax 23 2, 1, 276| veneration, and to use other common and particular means of 24 2, 1, 280| Can. 280 Some practice of common life is highly recommended 25 2, 1, 287| or the promotion of the common good requires it.~ 26 2, 1 | CHAPTER I.~COMMON NORMS~ 27 2, 1, 298| persons together, strive in a common endeavor to foster a more 28 2, 1, 323| apostolate is ordered to the common good.~ 29 2, 2, 374| foster pastoral care through common action, several neighboring 30 2, 2, 377| conference of bishops, are in common counsel and in secret to 31 2, 2, 392| is bound to promote the common discipline of the whole 32 2, 2, 431| 431 §1. To promote the common pastoral action of different 33 2, 2, 434| to foster cooperation and common pastoral action in the region. 34 2, 2, 445| faith, the organization of common pastoral action, and the 35 2, 2, 445| regulation of morals and of the common ecclesiastical discipline 36 2, 2, 489| archive, or at least in the common archive there is to be a 37 2, 2, 543| are to establish through common counsel an arrangement by 38 2, 2, 545| the pastoral ministry by common counsel and effort with 39 2, 2, 548| vicar or vicars, through common efforts, are able to provide 40 2, 2, 550| care that some manner of common life in the rectory is fostered 41 2, 2, 555| promoting and coordinating common pastoral activity in the 42 2, 3 | TITLE I:~NORMS COMMON TO ALL INSTITUTES OF CONSECRATED 43 2, 3, 591| Church and with a view to common advantage, can exempt institutes 44 2, 3, 607| of brothers or sisters in common.~§3. The public witness 45 2, 3, 618| willingly and foster their common endeavor for the good of 46 2, 3, 665| Can. 665 §1. Observing common life, religious are to live 47 2, 3, 708| conferences or councils so that by common efforts they work to achieve 48 2, 3, 708| proper spirit, or to transact common affairs, or to establish 49 2, 3, 731| society and, leading a life in common as brothers or sisters according 50 2, 3, 739| constitutions, they are bound by the common obligations of clerics unless 51 2, 3, 740| community and must observe common life according to the norm 52 3, 0, 750| which is manifested by the common adherence of the Christian 53 3, 0, 771| life do not have suYcient common and ordinary pastoral care 54 3, 0, 795| final end as well as to the common good of societies, children 55 3, 0, 820| advance of knowledge through common eVort, meetings, coordinated 56 4, 0, 836| Christian worship, in which the common priesthood of the Christian 57 4, 0, 837| by their nature entail a common celebration, they are to 58 4, 1, 851| both pastoral advice and common prayer, bringing several 59 4, 1, 1093| after the establishment of common life or from notorious or 60 4, 1, 1153| offspring or otherwise renders common life too diYcult, that spouse 61 4, 3, 1244| days and days of penance common to the universal Church, 62 4, 3, 1249| among themselves by some common observance of penance, however, 63 5, 0, 1273| diocese is to establish a common fund through which bishops 64 6, 1, 1361| are not punished in the common law if particular law has 65 7, 2, 1545| judge can order a document common to both parties to be presented 66 7, 2, 1546| 1. Even if documents are common, no one is bound to present 67 7, 5, 1733| an equitable solution by common counsel, possibly using


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