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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
associations
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | group on “the rights and associations of the faithful and the 2 2, 1, 215| freely to found and direct associations for purposes of charity 3 2, 1, 223| and gathered together in associations, must take into account 4 2, 1, 225| individuals, or joined in associations, to work so that the divine 5 2, 1, 278| esteem especially those associations which, having statutes recognized 6 2, 1, 278| establishing or participating in associations whose purpose or activity 7 2, 1 | TITLE V.~ASSOCIATIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL ( 8 2, 1, 298| In the Church there are associations distinct from institutes 9 2, 1, 298| apostolic life; in these associations the Christian faithful, 10 2, 1, 298| to join especially those associations which competent ecclesiastical 11 2, 1, 299| faithful are free to establish associations to pursue the purposes mentioned 12 2, 1, 299| praises or commends them, associations of this type are called 13 2, 1, 299| type are called private associations.~§3. No private association 14 2, 1, 301| authority alone to erect associations of the Christian faithful 15 2, 1, 301| expedient, can also erect associations of the Christian faithful 16 2, 1, 301| of private persons.~§3. Associations of the Christian faithful 17 2, 1, 301| authority are called public associations.~ 18 2, 1, 302| Can. 302 Those associations of the Christian faithful 19 2, 1, 303| Can. 303 Associations whose members share in the 20 2, 1, 304| 1. All public or private associations of the Christian faithful, 21 2, 1, 305| Can. 305 §1. All associations of the Christian faithful 22 2, 1, 305| and the statutes. These associations are also subject to the 23 2, 1, 305| canons which follow.~§2. Associations of any kind are subject 24 2, 1, 305| of the Holy See; diocesan associations and other associations to 25 2, 1, 305| diocesan associations and other associations to the extent that they 26 2, 1, 307| can be enrolled in several associations.~§3. Members of religious 27 2, 1, 307| religious institutes can join associations according to the norm of 28 2, 1, 309| legitimately established associations have the right to issue 29 2, 1, 311| preside offer or assist associations in some way united to their 30 2, 1, 311| to take care that these associations give assistance to the works 31 2, 1, 311| the local ordinary, with associations which are ordered to the 32 2, 1 | CHAPTER II.~PUBLIC ASSOCIATIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL~ 33 2, 1, 312| competent to erect public associations is:~1/ the Holy See for 34 2, 1, 312| universal and international associations;~2/ the conference of bishops 35 2, 1, 312| own territory for national associations, that is, those which from 36 2, 1, 312| administrator, for diocesan associations, except, however, for those 37 2, 1, 312| except, however, for those associations whose right of erection 38 2, 1, 313| confederation of public associations is constituted a juridic 39 2, 1, 315| Can. 315 Public associations are able on their own initiative 40 2, 1, 316| received validly into public associations.~§2. Those enrolled legitimately 41 2, 1, 317| in §1 is also valid for associations which members of religious 42 2, 1, 317| apostolic privilege. In associations which members of religious 43 2, 1, 317| of the statutes.~§3. In associations which are not clerical, 44 2, 1, 317| be moderators in public associations of the Christian faithful 45 2, 1, 320| the Holy See can suppress associations it has erected.~§2. For 46 2, 1, 320| of bishops can suppress associations it has erected. A diocesan 47 2, 1, 320| diocesan bishop can suppress associations he has erected and also 48 2, 1, 320| he has erected and also associations which members of religious 49 2, 1 | CHAPTER III.~PRIVATE ASSOCIATIONS OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL~ 50 2, 1, 321| guide and direct private associations according to the prescripts 51 2, 1, 323| 323 §1. Although private associations of the Christian faithful 52 2, 1, 323| autonomy proper to private associations, to be watchful and careful 53 2, 1 | CHAPTER IV.~SPECIAL NORMS FOR ASSOCIATIONS OF THE LAITY~ 54 2, 1, 327| faithful are to hold in esteem associations established for the spiritual 55 2, 1, 328| Those who preside offer associations of the laity, even those 56 2, 1, 328| to take care that their associations cooperate with other associations 57 2, 1, 328| associations cooperate with other associations of the Christian faithful 58 2, 1, 329| Can. 329 Moderators of associations of the laity are to take 59 2, 2, 529| Church, by fostering their associations for the purposes of religion. 60 2, 3, 677| Moreover, if they have associations of the Christian faithful 61 3, 0, 796| heard willingly and for whom associations or meetings are to be established


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