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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
house
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 103| domicile in the place where the house to which they are attached 2 1, 0, 103| a quasi-domicile in the house where they are residing, 3 1, 0, 167| electors is present in the house where the election occurs 4 2, 1, 236| three years in some special house unless the diocesan bishop 5 2, 1, 312| bishop for the erection of a house of a religious institute 6 2, 1, 312| the erection in the same house or church attached to it 7 2, 1, 317| erect in their own church or house, however, the nomination 8 2, 2, 463| apostolic life which have a house in the diocese, chosen in 9 2, 2, 533| elsewhere, especially in a house shared by several presbyters, 10 2, 2, 550| elsewhere, especially in a house shared by several presbyters, 11 2, 2, 556| capitular nor connected to a house of a religious community 12 2, 2, 562| and the reverence due to a house of God.~ 13 2, 2, 567| appointment of a chaplain to a house of a lay religious institute 14 2, 3, 608| legitimately established house under the authority of a 15 2, 3, 608| to the norm of law. Each house is to have at least an oratory 16 2, 3, 610| of the institute.~§2. No house is to be erected unless 17 2, 3, 611| bishop to erect a religious house of any institute entails 18 2, 3, 612| Can. 612 For a religious house to be converted to apostolic 19 2, 3, 613| Can. 613 §1. A religious house of canons regular or of 20 2, 3, 613| moderator of an autonomous house is a major superior by law.~ 21 2, 3, 616| legitimately erected religious house according to the norm of 22 2, 3, 616| goods of the suppressed house, without prejudice to the 23 2, 3, 616| suppression of the only house of an institute belongs 24 2, 3, 616| suppress the autonomous house mentioned in can. 613 belongs 25 2, 3, 620| province, or an autonomous house, as well as their vicars, 26 2, 3, 624| superiors of an autonomous house.~§2. Proper law is to provide 27 2, 3, 629| absent themselves from their house except according to the 28 2, 3, 637| Financial reports of a religious house of diocesan right.~ 29 2, 3, 647| suppression of a novitiate house are to be done through written 30 2, 3, 647| novitiate must be made in a house properly designated for 31 2, 3, 647| the novitiate in another house of the institute under the 32 2, 3, 647| period of time in another house of the institute designated 33 2, 3, 649| absence from the novitiate house which lasts more than three 34 2, 3, 665| live in their own religious house and are not to be absent 35 2, 3, 665| lengthy absence from the house, however, the major superior, 36 2, 3, 665| member to live outside a house of the institute, but not 37 2, 3, 665| absent from a religious house illegitimately with the 38 2, 3, 667| some part of a religious house always reserved to the members 39 2, 3, 688| however, the bishop of the house of assignment must confirm 40 2, 3, 691| the diocese in which the house of assignment is situated 41 2, 3, 700| of the diocese where the house to which the religious has 42 2, 3, 703| immediately from a religious house by the major superior or, 43 2, 3, 733| of the society erects a house and establishes a local 44 2, 3, 733| 2. Consent to erect a house entails the right to have 45 2, 3, 740| 740 Members must live in a house or in a legitimately established 46 2, 3, 740| governs absences from the house or community.~ 47 4, 1, 911| all those dwelling in the house, the superior of a community 48 4, 1, 934| oratory connected to the house of a religious institute 49 4, 1, 936| Can. 936 In the house of a religious institute 50 4, 1, 936| institute or some other pious house, the Most Holy Eucharist 51 4, 1, 936| oratory attached to the house. For a just cause, however, 52 4, 1, 936| another oratory of the same house.~ 53 4, 1, 967| living day and night in the house of the institute or society; 54 4, 1, 968| living day and night in the house, without prejudice to the 55 4, 1, 969| living day and night in the house.~ 56 4, 1, 985| students residing in the same house unless the students freely 57 4, 1, 1051| rector of the seminary or house of formation about the qualities 58 4, 2, 1196| live day and night in a house of the institute or society;~ 59 4, 3, 1215| consent to establish a new house in the diocese or the city, 60 4, 3, 1220| are preserved as befit a house of God and that whatever 61 4, 3, 1245| and others living in the house day and night.~ 62 6, 1, 1336| unless it is a question of a house designated for clerics doing


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