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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
permitted
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | rights to itself. No one is permitted without the knowledge of 2 Intr | ministers, since “no priest is permitted to be ignorant of the sacred 3 Intr | the relator and, if time permitted, to all the members of the 4 1, 0, 5| absolutely suppressed and are not permitted to revive in the future. 5 1, 0, 45| administrative act, the executor is permitted to execute the same act 6 1, 0, 179| the person elected is not permitted to become involved in the 7 2, 1, 220| Can. 220 No one is permitted to harm illegitimately the 8 2, 1, 270| accepting bishop, however, is permitted to make recourse against 9 2, 2, 333| No appeal or recourse is permitted against a sentence or decree 10 2, 2, 366| a pontifical legate is permitted to perform liturgical celebrations 11 2, 2, 396| presbyter.~§2. A bishop is permitted to choose the clerics he 12 2, 2, 487| have its key. No one is permitted to enter except with the 13 2, 2, 488| Can. 488 It is not permitted to remove documents from 14 2, 2, 522| conference of bishops has permitted this by a decree.~ 15 2, 2, 533| the contrary, a pastor is permitted to be absent from the parish 16 2, 2, 540| parochial administrator is not permitted to do anything which prejudices 17 2, 2, 558| can. 262, a rector is not permitted to perform the parochial 18 2, 2, 561| Can. 561 No one is permitted to celebrate the Eucharist, 19 2, 2, 567| nevertheless, he is not permitted to involve himself in the 20 2, 3, 628| charity. Moreover, it is not permitted for anyone in any way to 21 3, 0, 748| know.~§2. No one is ever permitted to coerce persons to embrace 22 3, 0, 766| 766 Lay persons can be permitted to preach in a church or 23 3, 0, 828| Can. 828 It is not permitted to reprint collections of 24 4, 1, 844| a Catholic minister are permitted to receive the sacraments 25 4, 1, 860| unless the local ordinary has permitted it for a grave cause.~§2. 26 4, 1, 862| of necessity, no one is permitted to confer baptism in the 27 4, 1, 874| Can. 874 §1. To be permitted to take on the function 28 4, 1, 903| Can. 903 A priest is to be permitted to celebrate even if the 29 4, 1, 905| 905 §1. A priest is not permitted to celebrate the Eucharist 30 4, 1, 907| and lay persons are not permitted to offer prayers, especially 31 4, 1, 933| local ordinary, a priest is permitted to celebrate the Eucharist 32 4, 1, 935| Can. 935 No one is permitted to keep the Eucharist on 33 4, 1, 938| For a grave cause, it is permitted to reserve the Most Holy 34 4, 1, 941| or oratories where it is permitted to reserve the Most Holy 35 4, 1, 945| celebrating or concelebrating is permitted to receive an offering to 36 4, 1, 952| Mass, and a priest is not permitted to seek a larger sum. Nevertheless, 37 4, 1, 952| sum. Nevertheless, he is permitted to accept for the application 38 4, 1, 953| Can. 953 No one is permitted to accept more offerings 39 4, 1, 954| celebrated there, it is permitted for them to be celebrated 40 4, 1, 1003| above.~§3. Any priest is permitted to carry blessed oil with 41 4, 1, 1013| Can. 1013 No bishop is permitted to consecrate anyone a bishop 42 4, 1, 1085| it is not on that account permitted to contract another before 43 4, 1, 1091| 4. A marriage is never permitted if doubt exists whether 44 4, 2, 1169| character and presbyters permitted by law or legitimate grant 45 4, 2, 1169| those blessings expressly permitted by law.~ 46 4, 2, 1177| member of the faithful are permitted to choose another church 47 4, 2, 1180| 2. Everyone, however, is permitted to choose the cemetery of 48 4, 2, 1187| Can. 1187 It is permitted to reverence through public 49 4, 3, 1210| piety, or religion are permitted in a sacred place; anything 50 4, 3, 1211| the place that it is not permitted to carry on worship in them 51 4, 3, 1239| altar; otherwise, it is not permitted to celebrate Mass on the 52 5, 0, 1258| natural or positive law permitted to others.~ 53 5, 0, 1262| proportionate to their income. He is permitted only to impose an extraordinary 54 5, 0, 1268| prescription, but it is not permitted to employ them for profane 55 5, 0, 1284| only, administrators are permitted to make donations for purposes 56 6, 1, 1334| governance; a person is permitted to request this for any 57 7, 2, 1603| each party, either party is permitted to present responses within 58 7, 2, 1609| discussion each judge is permitted to withdraw from his or 59 7, 2, 1654| words.~§2. The executor is permitted to deal with exceptions 60 7, 2, 1656| used outside of the cases permitted in law, the judicial acts 61 7, 5, 1739| as the case warrants, is permitted not only to confirm the


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