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designated
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 114| efficient to achieve their designated purpose.~ 2 1, 0, 158| to be presented is to be designated according to the prescripts 3 1, 0, 173| least two tellers are to be designated from the membership of the 4 2, 1, 225| faithful, lay persons are designated by God for the apostolate 5 2, 1, 232| right to form those who are designated for the sacred ministries.~ 6 2, 1, 239| other priests who have been designated for this function by the 7 2, 2, 346| of the synod; others are designated by virtue of the same law; 8 2, 2, 346| greater part are bishops designated by the special law of the 9 2, 2, 363| sent.~§2. Those who are designated as delegates or observers 10 2, 2, 409| see. If he has not been designated to the function of diocesan 11 2, 2, 423| diocesan administrator is to be designated; any contrary custom is 12 2, 2, 425| the same vacant see can be designated validly to the function 13 2, 2, 443| sends two of their members designated collegially by them; however, 14 2, 2, 494| which the bishop or others designated by him have legitimately 15 2, 2, 501| presbyteral council are to be designated for a time determined in 16 2, 2, 510| capitular, a pastor is to be designated, whether chosen from among 17 2, 2, 512| especially laity—who are designated in a manner determined by 18 2, 2, 512| Christian faithful who are designated to a pastoral council are 19 2, 2, 512| morals, and prudence is to be designated to a pastoral council.~ 20 2, 3, 608| authority of a superior designated according to the norm of 21 2, 3, 625| of an institute is to be designated by canonical election according 22 2, 3, 636| local superior is to be designated even in local communities.~§ 23 2, 3, 638| superiors, the officials who are designated for this in proper law also 24 2, 3, 647| made in a house properly designated for this purpose. In particular 25 2, 3, 647| another house of the institute designated by the superior.~ 26 2, 3, 651| and has been legitimately designated.~§2. If necessary, the director 27 2, 3, 717| manner by which they are designated.~§2. No one is to be designated 28 2, 3, 717| designated.~§2. No one is to be designated as supreme moderator who 29 3, 0, 785| to be formed in schools designated for this purpose or, where 30 3, 0, 788| be inscribed in the book designated for this purpose.~§2. Through 31 3, 0, 791| promoted;~2/ a priest is to be designated to promote effectively endeavors 32 3, 0, 804| concerned that those who are designated teachers of religious instruction 33 4, 0, 834| by persons legitimately designated and through acts approved 34 4, 1, 861| catechist or another person designated for this function by the 35 4, 1, 874| sponsor a person must:~1/ be designated by the one to be baptized, 36 4, 1, 910| of the Christian faithful designated according to the norm of 37 4, 1, 943| communion, or someone else designated by the local ordinary; the 38 4, 1, 1008| They are consecrated and designated, each according to his grade, 39 4, 1, 1105| person;~2/ the proxy is designated by the one mandating and 40 4, 2, 1171| Sacred objects, which are designated for divine worship by dedication 41 4, 2, 1177| unless particular law has designated another church.~ 42 4, 2, 1194| by the lapse of the time designated to fulfill the obligation, 43 4, 3, 1205| places are those which are designated for divine worship or for 44 4, 3, 1214| understood a sacred building designated for divine worship to which 45 4, 3, 1223| place for divine worship designated by permission of the ordinary 46 4, 3, 1226| place for divine worship designated by permission of the local 47 4, 3, 1235| movable altar in other places designated for sacred celebrations.~ 48 4, 3, 1240| civil cemeteries that are designated for the deceased members 49 5, 0, 1301| the goods have also been designated for some place or diocese 50 6, 1, 1336| is a question of a house designated for clerics doing penance 51 7, 1, 1437| which the metropolitan has designated in a stable manner with 52 7, 1, 1469| goes and in the location designated by that bishop.~ 53 7, 1, 1471| parties, an interpreter designated by the judge and under oath 54 7, 1, 1482| however, they are to be designated in such a way that prevention 55 7, 2, 1528| them through a lay person designated by the judge or to require 56 7, 2, 1612| and domiciles correctly designated, and the promoter of justice 57 7, 3, 1686| judicial vicar or a judge designated by him can declare the nullity 58 7, 3, 1709| Curia itself or a tribunal designated by it must handle the case.~§ 59 7, 5, 1745| 1, unless others must be designated because those pastors are


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