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Code of Canon Law


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moderator
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 2, 1, 317| 312, §1 to confirm the moderator of a public association 2 2, 1, 317| presented, or appoint the moderator in his own right. The same 3 2, 1, 317| nomination or confirmation of the moderator and chaplain pertains to 4 2, 1, 317| exercise the function of moderator. A chaplain or ecclesiastical 5 2, 1, 318| appointed or confirmed the moderator of a public association 6 2, 1, 318| association can remove the moderator for a just cause, after 7 2, 1, 318| has heard, however, the moderator and the major officials 8 2, 1, 320| authority has heard its moderator and other major officials.~ 9 2, 1, 324| faithful freely designates its moderator and officials according 10 2, 2, 473| Where it is expedient, a moderator of the curia can be appointed 11 2, 2, 473| general, is to be appointed moderator of the curia.~§4. Where 12 2, 2, 474| is bound to inform the moderator of the curia concerning 13 2, 2, 487| the bishop or of both the moderator of the curia and the chancellor.~§ 14 2, 2, 488| the bishop or of both the moderator of the curia and the chancellor.~ 15 2, 2, 517| one of them must be the moderator, namely, the one who is 16 2, 2, 520| several in solidum, the moderator as mentioned in can. 517, § 17 2, 2, 526| to be only one pastor or moderator in accord with the norm 18 2, 2, 542| taking possession; their moderator is placed in possession 19 2, 2, 543| under the direction of the moderator.~§2. All the priests who 20 2, 2, 543| norm of can. 534;~3/ the moderator alone represents in juridic 21 2, 2, 544| mentioned in can. 517, §1 or its moderator ceases from office as well 22 2, 2, 544| however, to appoint another moderator; before someone is appointed 23 2, 3, 592| Apostolic See, each supreme moderator is to send a brief report 24 2, 3, 613| governance and care of its own moderator is autonomous unless the 25 2, 3, 613| state otherwise.~§2. The moderator of an autonomous house is 26 2, 3, 615| superior besides its own moderator and is not associated to 27 2, 3, 616| Can. 616 §1. The supreme moderator can suppress a legitimately 28 2, 3, 622| Can. 622 The supreme moderator holds power over all the 29 2, 3, 624| otherwise for the supreme moderator and for superiors of an 30 2, 3, 625| Can. 625 §1. The supreme moderator of an institute is to be 31 2, 3, 625| 615 and of the supreme moderator of an institute of diocesan 32 2, 3, 631| patrimony, elect the supreme moderator, treat affairs of greater 33 2, 3, 647| written decree of the supreme moderator of the institute with the 34 2, 3, 647| by grant of the supreme moderator with the consent of the 35 2, 3, 668| permission of the supreme moderator is to do the same.~§5. A 36 2, 3, 684| by a grant of the supreme moderator of each institute and with 37 2, 3, 686| the council, the supreme moderator for a grave cause can grant 38 2, 3, 686| petition of the supreme moderator with the consent of the 39 2, 3, 688| departure from the supreme moderator with the consent of the 40 2, 3, 690| Can. 690 §1. The supreme moderator with the consent of the 41 2, 3, 690| it will be for the same moderator to determine an appropriate 42 2, 3, 691| petition to the supreme moderator of the institute who is 43 2, 3, 695| transmitted to the supreme moderator.~ 44 2, 3, 697| transmit to the supreme moderator all the acts, signed personally 45 2, 3, 698| directly to the supreme moderator always remains intact.~ 46 2, 3, 699| Can. 699 §1. The supreme moderator with the council, which 47 2, 3, 699| secret ballot, the supreme moderator is to issue a decree of 48 2, 3, 717| be designated as supreme moderator who is not incorporated 49 2, 3, 726| institute freely or the major moderator, after having heard the 50 2, 3, 726| departure from the supreme moderator with the consent of the 51 2, 3, 727| See through the supreme moderator if the institute is of pontifical 52 2, 3, 743| society from the supreme moderator with the consent of the 53 2, 3, 744| reserved to the supreme moderator with the consent of the 54 2, 3, 745| Can. 745 The supreme moderator with the consent of the 55 3, 0, 756| individual bishop, who is the moderator of the entire ministry of 56 5, 0, 1307| institute.~§5. The supreme moderator of a clerical religious 57 7, 1, 1404| congregation and a supreme moderator of religious institutes 58 7, 1, 1426| two provinces, the supreme moderator will judge in first instance 59 7, 1, 1437| authority of the supreme moderator; for cases tried before


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