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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
canonical
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | reform and renew the laws of canonical discipline so that in constant 2 Intr | reform the existing corpus of canonical legislation which had been 3 Intr | doctrine and ecclesiology into canonical language. If, however, it 4 Intr | translate perfectly into canonical language the conciliar image 5 Intr | strengthened and fostered by canonical norms.~Finally, by their 6 Intr | Finally, by their very nature canonical laws are to be observed. 7 Intr | based on a solid juridical, canonical and theological foundation.~ 8 Intr | to be hoped that the new canonical legislation will prove to 9 Intr | and necessary impact on canonical legislation.~Repeatedly 10 Intr | Commission the names of canonical experts in their respective 11 Intr | distinguished in terms of canonical expertise; the special competence 12 Intr | coherence with the juridic canonical system when examined from 13 1, 0, 6| assessed also in accord with canonical tradition.~ ~ 14 1, 0, 19| principles of law applied with canonical equity, the jurisprudence 15 1, 0, 26| in force or one beyond a canonical law (praeter legem canonicam) 16 1, 0, 26| however, can prevail against a canonical law which contains a clause 17 1, 0, 63| according to law, style, and canonical practice must be expressed 18 1, 0, 71| unless bound to do so by a canonical obligation from another 19 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~THE CANONICAL CONDITION OF PHYSICAL PERSONS~ 20 1, 0, 146| acquired validly without canonical provision.~ 21 1, 0, 164| canons are to be observed in canonical elections.~ 22 1, 0, 180| Can. 180 §1. If a canonical impediment from which a 23 1, 0, 191| becomes vacant through the canonical possession of the other 24 1, 0, 191| until the person has taken canonical possession of the other 25 2, 1, 221| not to be punished with canonical penalties except according 26 2, 2, 380| Can. 380 Before he takes canonical possession of his office, 27 2, 2, 382| him before he has taken canonical possession of the diocese. 28 2, 2, 382| diocesan bishop must take canonical possession of his diocese 29 2, 2, 382| letter.~§3. A bishop takes canonical possession of a diocese 30 2, 2, 382| erected dioceses, he takes canonical possession when he has seen 31 2, 2, 382| recommended that the taking of canonical possession be done within 32 2, 2, 418| transferred (ad quam) and take canonical possession of it within 33 2, 2, 418| notice of transfer until the canonical possession of the new diocese, 34 2, 2, 436| are any;~2/ to conduct a canonical visitation for a cause previously 35 2, 2, 437| been consecrated, from the canonical provision, a metropolitan 36 2, 2, 535| things which pertain to the canonical status of the Christian 37 2, 2, 535| Documents regarding the canonical status of the Christian 38 2, 3, 576| practice by laws, and by canonical approbation to establish 39 2, 3, 580| aggregating institute; the canonical autonomy of the aggregated 40 2, 3, 625| institute is to be designated by canonical election according to the 41 2, 3, 711| change the member’s proper canonical condition among the people 42 3, 0, 817| academic degrees which have canonical effects in the Church.~ 43 4, 1, 874| 4/ not be bound by any canonical penalty legitimately imposed 44 4, 1, 1030| Can. 1030 Only for a canonical cause, even if occult, can 45 4, 1, 1038| unless he is prevented by a canonical impediment or another grave 46 4, 1, 1041| some declared or imposed canonical penalty.~ 47 4, 1, 1121| with a dispensation from canonical form, the local ordinary 48 4, 1, 1127| of an Eastern rite, the canonical form of the celebration 49 4, 1, 1127| hinder the observance of canonical form, the local ordinary 50 4, 1, 1127| consent before or after the canonical celebration according to 51 4, 1, 1140| Can. 1140 As regards canonical effects, legitimated children 52 4, 1, 1158| must renew the consent in canonical form, without prejudice 53 4, 1, 1159| consent must be given in canonical form.~ 54 4, 1, 1160| must be contracted anew in canonical form in order to become 55 4, 1, 1161| if there is one, and from canonical form, if it was not observed, 56 4, 1, 1161| and the retroactivity of canonical effects.~§2. Convalidation 57 5, 0, 1295| alienated without the required canonical formalities but the alienation 58 6, 2, 1398| violation of a divine or canonical law can be punished by a 59 7, 3, 1675| controversy either in the canonical forum or in the civil forum.~§ 60 7, 3, 1716| order to have force in the canonical forum, needs the confirmation 61 7, 3, 1716| challenge can be proposed in the canonical forum before an ecclesiastical 62 7, 5, 1752| 1747 are to be applied, canonical equity is to be observed,


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