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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
seminary
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 2, 1, 234| he is to erect a minor seminary or similar institution.~§ 2 2, 1, 235| proper duties in a major seminary throughout the entire time 3 2, 1, 235| legitimately reside outside a seminary to a devout and suitable 4 2, 1, 237| there is to be a major seminary in every diocese; otherwise, 5 2, 1, 237| be entrusted to another seminary, or an interdiocesan seminary 6 2, 1, 237| seminary, or an interdiocesan seminary is to be erected.~§2. An 7 2, 1, 237| erected.~§2. An interdiocesan seminary is not to be erected unless 8 2, 1, 237| conference of bishops, if the seminary is for its entire territory, 9 2, 1, 237| both the erection of the seminary and its statutes.~ 10 2, 1, 238| affairs, the rector of the seminary represents it unless competent 11 2, 1, 239| Can. 239 §1. Every seminary is to have a rector who 12 2, 1, 239| pursue their studies in the seminary itself, teachers who give 13 2, 1, 239| appropriate manner.~§2. Every seminary is to have at least one 14 2, 1, 239| bishop.~§3. The statutes of a seminary are to provide ways through 15 2, 1, 240| to come regularly to the seminary. Without prejudice to the 16 2, 1, 240| to the discipline of the seminary, students are always free 17 2, 1, 240| confessor, whether in the seminary or outside it.~§2. When 18 2, 1, 240| dismissing them from the seminary, the opinion of the spiritual 19 2, 1, 241| bishop is to admit to a major seminary only those who are judged 20 2, 1, 241| were dismissed from another seminary or religious institute, 21 2, 1, 242| instruction to be given in the seminary and general norms adapted 22 2, 1, 243| Can. 243 In addition, each seminary is to have its own rule, 23 2, 1, 243| if it is an interdiocesan seminary, by the bishops involved, 24 2, 1, 243| the order of the entire seminary.~ 25 2, 1, 244| instruction of the students in a seminary are to be arranged harmoniously 26 2, 1, 245| Through common life in the seminary and through relationships 27 2, 1, 246| of the entire life of a seminary in such a way that, sharing 28 2, 1, 250| which are organized in the seminary itself can be pursued either 29 2, 1, 254| is to be someone in the seminary who directs the entire curriculum 30 2, 1, 255| formation of students in the seminary has a pastoral purpose, 31 2, 1, 259| or, for an interdiocesan seminary, the bishops involved are 32 2, 1, 259| and administration of the seminary.~§2. The diocesan bishop 33 2, 1, 259| or, for an interdiocesan seminary, the bishops involved are 34 2, 1, 259| involved are to visit the seminary frequently, to watch offer 35 2, 1, 259| instruction taught in the seminary, and to keep themselves 36 2, 1, 260| daily supervision of the seminary according to the norm of 37 2, 1, 260| formation and of the rule of the seminary.~ 38 2, 1, 261| 261 §1. The rector of a seminary and, under his authority, 39 2, 1, 261| formation and by the rule of the seminary.~§2. The rector of a seminary 40 2, 1, 261| seminary.~§2. The rector of a seminary and the director of studies 41 2, 1, 261| formation and of the rule of the seminary.~ 42 2, 1, 262| Can. 262 A seminary is to be exempt from parochial 43 2, 1, 262| governance. The rector of the seminary or his delegate fulfills 44 2, 1, 262| all those who are in the seminary, except for matrimonial 45 2, 1, 263| or, for an interdiocesan seminary, the bishops involved in 46 2, 1, 263| establishment and maintenance of the seminary, the support of the students, 47 2, 1, 263| and the other needs of the seminary.~ 48 2, 1, 264| provide for the needs of the seminary.~§2. All ecclesiastical 49 2, 1, 264| subject to the tax for the seminary unless they are sustained 50 2, 1, 264| according to the needs of the seminary.~ 51 2, 1, 295| national or international seminary and even to incardinate 52 2, 2, 463| rector of the diocesan major seminary;~7/ vicars forane;~8/ at 53 2, 2, 557| which is connected with a seminary or other college which is 54 2, 2, 557| clerics is the rector of the seminary or college unless the diocesan 55 2, 3, 645| apostolic life, or in a seminary, there is additionally required 56 2, 3, 645| society, or the rector of the seminary.~§3. Proper law can require 57 3, 0, 833| pastors, the rector of a seminary, and teachers of theology 58 4, 1, 985| associate and the rector of a seminary or other institute of education 59 4, 1, 1051| testimonial of the rector of the seminary or house of formation about


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