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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | dec. 1975 (AAS 68 [1976] 5-76)~Enc. Encyclica~Ep. Epistula~ 2 Intr | nov. 1964 (AAS 57 [1965] 5-75)~Litt. Litterae~LMR SCRIS 3 Intr | nov. 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 5-12)~PME Pius PP. XII, Const. 4 Intr | ian. 1950 (AAS 42 [1950] 5-120)~SOE Paulus PP. VI, 5 Intr | nov. 1950 (AAS 43 [1951] 5-24)~SPNC Secretariatus pro 6 Intr | it to completion (cf. Mt. 5:17) such that in a new and 7 Intr | Decalogue (cf. Rom. 13:28; Gal. 5:13-25, 6:2), nor does he 8 Intr | Church of God (cf. I Cor. 5 and 6).~Thus the writings 9 Intr | account of the common good.~5. Careful attention is to 10 Intr | and 12 lay persons from 5 continents and 31 countries 11 1, 0, 5| Can. 5 §1. Universal or particular 12 1, 0, 28| to the prescript of can. 5, a contrary custom or law 13 1, 0, 179| by the person are null.~§5. Once notified of the confirmation, 14 1, 0, 199| ecclesiastical territories;~5/ Mass offerings and obligations;~ 15 2, 1, 246| confidently open his conscience.~§5. Each year students are 16 2, 1, 276| prescripts of particular law;~5/ they are urged to engage 17 2, 2, 344| 4/ defines the agenda;~5/ presides at the synod personally 18 2, 2, 350| already has as a title.~§5. Through a choice made in 19 2, 2, 364| given by the Apostolic See;~5/ to strive to promote matters 20 2, 2, 377| suitable for this office.~§5. In the future, no rights 21 2, 2, 378| for at least Five years;~5/ in possession of a doctorate 22 2, 2, 443| those mentioned in §§1-3.~§5. Moreover, cathedral chapters 23 2, 2, 463| the presbyteral council;~5/ lay members of the Christian 24 2, 2, 530| and the nuptial blessing;~5/ the performance of funeral 25 2, 2, 535| the hands of outsiders.~§5. Older parochial registers 26 2, 3, 630| on their own initiative.~§5. Members are to approach 27 2, 3, 639| contract entered into.~§5. Religious superiors are 28 2, 3, 643| same way, has received;~5/ one who has concealed his 29 2, 3, 652| example of life and prayer.~§5. The time of the novitiate 30 2, 3, 656| grave fear, or malice;~5/ the profession is received 31 2, 3, 658| can. 656, nn. 3, 4, and 5 and others imposed by proper 32 2, 3, 663| through the marian rosary.~§5. They are to observe faithfully 33 2, 3, 668| moderator is to do the same.~§5. A professed religious who 34 2, 3, 684| member in the new institute.~§5. For a transfer to be made 35 3, 0, 777| their condition permits;~5/ that the faith of youth 36 3, 0, 833| diocesan administrator;~5/ in the presence of the 37 4, 1, 844| are properly disposed.~§5. For the cases mentioned 38 4, 1, 874| legitimately imposed or declared;~5/ not be the father or mother 39 4, 1, 938| place, especially at night.~§5. The person responsible 40 4, 1, 1041| positively cooperated in either;~5/ a person who has mutilated 41 4, 1, 1044| in can. 1041, nn. 3, 4, 5, 6.~§2. The following are 42 4, 1, 1071| rejected the Catholic faith;~5/ a marriage of a person 43 5, 0, 1273| conference of bishops.~§5. If possible, these institutes 44 5, 0, 1283| founder or legitimate norms;~5/ pay at the stated time 45 5, 0, 1307| purpose of the institute.~§5. The supreme moderator of 46 6, 1, 1322| tends to the harm of souls;~5/ a person who acted with 47 6, 1, 1322| circumstances mentioned in nn. 4 or 5 was present.~ 48 6, 1, 1323| the age of sixteen years;~5/ by a person who was coerced 49 6, 1, 1323| mentioned in can. 1323, nn. 4 or 5 was present;~9/ by a person 50 6, 1, 1330| function in the Church;~5/ does not appropriate the 51 6, 1, 1335| transfer to another office;~5/ dismissal from the clerical 52 7, 1, 1419| than thirty years of age.~§5. When the see is vacant, 53 7, 1, 1421| prescript of can. 1420, §5 and cannot be removed except 54 7, 1, 1424| auditor where possible.~§5. The judicial vicar is not 55 7, 2, 1512| other provision is made;~5/ the litigation begins to 56 7, 2, 1609| tribunal if an appeal is made.~§5. If the judges are unwilling 57 7, 2, 1620| against some respondent;~5/ it was rendered between 58 7, 2, 1622| in which it was rendered;~5/ it is based on a null judicial 59 7, 2, 1629| from a definitive sentence;~5/ from a sentence or a decree 60 7, 2, 1645| procedural was clearly neglected;~5/ the sentence is contrary 61 7, 2, 1646| can. 1645 §2, nn. 4 and 5 must be sought from the 62 7, 2, 1646| mentioned in can. 1645, §2, n. 5 notice of the previous decision 63 7, 2, 1649| into the litigation rashly;~5/ the deposit of money or 64 7, 3 | Art. 5.~THE SENTENCE AND THE APPEAL~ 65 7, 5, 1741| persists after a warning;~5/ poor administration of


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