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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
clerical
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 134| members, major superiors of clerical religious institutes of 2 1, 0, 134| pontifical right and of clerical societies of apostolic life 3 1, 0, 194| person who has lost the clerical state;~2/ a person who has 4 2, 1, 266| incorporated member of a clerical society of apostolic life 5 2, 1, 278| purposes in keeping with the clerical state.~§2. Secular clerics 6 2, 1, 278| obligations proper to the clerical state or can prevent the 7 2, 1, 285| nevertheless foreign to the clerical state.~§3. Clerics are forbidden 8 2, 1, 289| hardly in keeping with the clerical state, clerics and candidates 9 2, 1, 289| civil offices foreign to the clerical state which laws and agreements 10 2, 1 | CHAPTER IV.~LOSS OF THE CLERICAL STATE~ 11 2, 1, 290| nevertheless, loses the clerical state:~1/ by a judicial 12 2, 1, 291| 290, n. 1, loss of the clerical state does not entail a 13 2, 1, 292| 292 A cleric who loses the clerical state according to the norm 14 2, 1, 292| the rights proper to the clerical state and is no longer bound 15 2, 1, 292| by any obligations of the clerical state, without prejudice 16 2, 1, 292| 976. By the loss of the clerical state, he is deprived of 17 2, 1, 293| 293 A cleric who loses the clerical state cannot be enrolled 18 2, 1, 302| Christian faithful are called clerical which are under the direction 19 2, 1, 317| associations which are not clerical, lay persons are able to 20 2, 2, 346| are added some members of clerical religious institutes elected 21 2, 2, 346| are added some members of clerical religious institutes elected 22 2, 2, 520| can entrust a parish to a clerical religious institute or clerical 23 2, 2, 520| clerical religious institute or clerical society of apostolic life, 24 2, 2, 557| a church belongs to some clerical religious institute of pontifical 25 2, 3, 588| consecrated life is neither clerical nor lay.~§2. That institute 26 2, 3, 588| That institute is called clerical which, by reason of the 27 2, 3, 596| the constitutions.~§2. In clerical religious institutes of 28 2, 3, 611| attached to the consent;~3/ for clerical institutes to have a church, 29 2, 3, 669| witness of poverty.~§2. Clerical religious of an institute 30 2, 3, 669| proper habit are to wear clerical dress according to the norm 31 2, 3, 711| people of God, whether lay or clerical, with due regard for the 32 2, 3, 713| especially in the presbyterium, clerical members help their brothers 33 2, 3, 715| Can. 715 §1. Clerical members incardinated in 34 2, 3, 736| Can. 736 §1. In clerical societies, clerics are incardinated 35 3, 0, 833| function;~8/ Superiors in clerical religious institutes and 36 4, 1, 911| superior of a community in clerical religious institutes and 37 4, 1, 968| apostolic life that are clerical and of pontifical right, 38 4, 1, 1019| The major superior of a clerical religious institute of pontifical 39 4, 1, 1019| pontifical right or of a clerical society of apostolic life 40 4, 1, 1034| has been received into a clerical institute through vows is 41 4, 2, 1179| institute or society is clerical; otherwise by the chaplain.~ 42 4, 2, 1196| apostolic life if it is clerical and of pontifical right 43 4, 3, 1245| apostolic life, if they are clerical and of pontifical right, 44 5, 0, 1286| Can. 1287 §1. Both clerical and lay administrators of 45 5, 0, 1301| the major superior in a clerical institute of pontifical 46 5, 0, 1301| pontifical right and in clerical societies of apostolic life 47 5, 0, 1307| The supreme moderator of a clerical religious institute of pontifical 48 6, 1, 1316| penalty of dismissal from the clerical state.~ 49 6, 1, 1335| office;~5/ dismissal from the clerical state.~§2. Only those expiatory 50 6, 1, 1349| concerns dismissal from the clerical state, when penalties are 51 6, 1, 1349| person dismissed from the clerical state who is truly in need 52 6, 2, 1363| including dismissal from the clerical state.~ 53 6, 2, 1366| excluding dismissal from the clerical state.~ 54 6, 2, 1369| excluding dismissal from the clerical state, can be added according 55 6, 2, 1386| to be dismissed from the clerical state.~ 56 6, 2, 1393| even by dismissal from the clerical state.~§2. A perpetually 57 6, 2, 1394| including dismissal from the clerical state.~§2. A cleric who 58 6, 2, 1394| excluding dismissal from the clerical state if the case so warrants.~ 59 7, 1, 1424| penalty of dismissal from the clerical state; b) concerning the 60 7, 1, 1424| entrust cases to a single clerical judge who is to employ an 61 7, 1, 1426| religious or houses of the same clerical religious institute of pontifical 62 7, 1, 1426| institutes or of the same clerical institute of diocesan right 63 7, 3, 1712| all rights proper to the clerical state and is freed from


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