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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
liturgical
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | incorporating in the Code properly liturgical laws, norms on beatification 2 1, 0, 2| observed in celebrating liturgical actions. Therefore, liturgical 3 1, 0, 2| liturgical actions. Therefore, liturgical laws in force until now 4 2, 1, 230| basis through the prescribed liturgical rite to the ministries of 5 2, 1, 230| the function of lector in liturgical actions by temporary designation. 6 2, 1, 230| the word, to preside offer liturgical prayers, to confer baptism, 7 2, 1, 276| the proper and approved liturgical books; permanent deacons, 8 2, 2, 366| is permitted to perform liturgical celebrations in all churches 9 2, 2, 382| possession be done within a liturgical act in the cathedral church 10 2, 2, 437| according to the norm of liturgical laws within any church of 11 2, 2, 503| which performs more solemn liturgical functions in a cathedral 12 2, 2, 559| 559 A rector can perform liturgical celebrations, even solemn 13 2, 2, 560| Christian faithful to conduct liturgical celebrations there.~ 14 2, 2, 562| church according to the liturgical norms and prescripts of 15 2, 2, 567| chaplain to celebrate or direct liturgical functions; nevertheless, 16 2, 3, 604| according to the approved liturgical rite, are mystically betrothed 17 3, 0, 767| during the course of the liturgical year.~§2. A homily must 18 3, 0, 788| to the catechumenate in liturgical ceremonies and their names 19 3, 0, 826| to be observed concerning liturgical books.~§2. To reprint liturgical 20 3, 0, 826| liturgical books.~§2. To reprint liturgical books, their translations 21 4, 0, 835| guardians of the entire liturgical life in the church entrusted 22 4, 0, 835| actively in their own way in liturgical celebrations, especially 23 4, 0, 837| Can. 837 §1. Liturgical actions are not private 24 4, 0, 837| ordered under the bishops. Liturgical actions therefore belong 25 4, 0, 837| participation.~§2. Inasmuch as liturgical actions by their nature 26 4, 0, 838| universal Church, publish liturgical books and review their translations 27 4, 0, 838| exercise vigilance that liturgical regulations are observed 28 4, 0, 838| Holy See, translations of liturgical books in vernacular languages, 29 4, 0, 838| the limits defined in the liturgical books themselves.~§4. Within 30 4, 0, 838| entrusted to him to issue liturgical norms which bind everyone.~ 31 4, 1, 846| celebrating the sacraments the liturgical books approved by competent 32 4, 1, 850| prescribed in the approved liturgical books, except in case of 33 4, 1, 853| to the prescripts of the liturgical books.~ 34 4, 1, 880| prescribed in the approved liturgical books.~§2. The chrism to 35 4, 1, 899| diversity of orders and liturgical functions.~§3. The eucharistic 36 4, 1, 918| for a just cause, with the liturgical rites being observed.~ 37 4, 1, 925| according to the norm of the liturgical laws, or even under the 38 4, 1, 928| language provided that the liturgical texts have been legitimately 39 4, 1, 930| the local ordinary; the liturgical laws are to be observed.~§ 40 4, 1, 931| hour except those which the liturgical norms exclude.~ 41 4, 1, 941| norms prescribed in the liturgical books are to be observed.~§ 42 4, 1, 998| words prescribed in the liturgical books.~ 43 4, 1, 1000| manner prescribed in the liturgical books are to be performed 44 4, 1, 1009| consecratory prayer which the liturgical books prescribe for the 45 4, 1, 1034| the candidates through the liturgical rite of admission by the 46 4, 1, 1063| new state;~3/ a fruitful liturgical celebration of marriage 47 4, 1, 1119| rites prescribed in the liturgical books approved by the Church 48 4, 2, 1168| According to the norm of the liturgical books and to the judgment 49 4, 2, 1176| according to the norm of the liturgical laws.~§3. The Church earnestly 50 4, 3, 1205| or a blessing which the liturgical books prescribe for this 51 4, 3, 1211| according to the norm of the liturgical books.~ 52 4, 3, 1225| ordinary excludes or the liturgical norms prohibit.~ 53 4, 3, 1229| the rite prescribed in the liturgical books. They must, however, 54 4, 3, 1234| the suitable promotion of liturgical life especially through 55 4, 3, 1236| solid material suitable for liturgical use.~ 56 4, 3, 1237| rites prescribed in the liturgical books.~§2. The ancient tradition 57 4, 3, 1237| to the norms given in the liturgical books.~ 58 6, 1, 1330| prevented from doing so, or the liturgical action must be stopped unless 59 6, 2, 1377| person who attempts the liturgical action of the Eucharistic


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