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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
functions
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | that the exercise of the functions divinely entrusted to it, 2 Intr | diversity of offices and functions rooted in the hierarchical 3 Intr | necessary that the various functions of ecclesiastical power 4 Intr | administrative, and judicial functions. What individual functions 5 Intr | functions. What individual functions are to be exercised by which 6 Intr | exercise of the different functions and offices. Finally all 7 2, 1, 225| and in exercising secular functions.~ 8 2, 1, 228| ecclesiastical offices and functions which they are able to exercise 9 2, 1, 230| persons can also perform the functions of commentator or cantor, 10 2, 1, 230| commentator or cantor, or other functions, according to the norm of 11 2, 1, 256| the fulfillment of other functions.~§2. Students are to be 12 2, 1, 260| carrying out their proper functions, all must obey the rector, 13 2, 1, 289| exemptions from exercising functions and public civil offices 14 2, 1, 292| deprived of all offices, functions, and any delegated power.~ 15 2, 2, 375| of sanctifying also the functions of teaching and governing; 16 2, 2, 390| bishop can perform pontifical functions in his entire diocese but 17 2, 2, 408| perform pontificals and other functions to which the diocesan bishop 18 2, 2, 408| the episcopal rights and functions which a coadjutor or auxiliary 19 2, 2, 436| metropolitan with special functions and power to be determined 20 2, 2, 436| dioceses. He can perform sacred functions, however, as if he were 21 2, 2, 447| exercise certain pastoral functions for the Christian faithful 22 2, 2, 493| 493 In addition to the functions entrusted to it in Book 23 2, 2, 501| consultors fulfills its functions.~Within a year of taking 24 2, 2, 502| consultors, to which belongs the functions determined by law. When 25 2, 2, 502| continues to exercise its proper functions until a new college is established.~§ 26 2, 2, 502| bishops can establish that the functions of the college of consultors 27 2, 2, 502| in can. 495, §2 has the functions of the college of consultors 28 2, 2, 503| performs more solemn liturgical functions in a cathedral or collegial 29 2, 2, 503| cathedral chapter to fulfill the functions which the law or the diocesan 30 2, 2, 510| duties of the pastor and the functions proper to the chapter, taking 31 2, 2, 510| a hindrance to capitular functions nor the chapter to parochial 32 2, 2, 510| the chapter to parochial functions. The diocesan bishop, who 33 2, 2, 519| community he carries out the functions of teaching, sanctifying, 34 2, 2, 530| Can. 530 The following functions are especially entrusted 35 2, 2, 533| performance of parochial functions is properly and suitably 36 2, 2, 543| to perform the tasks and functions of pastor mentioned in cann. 37 2, 2, 550| performance of his pastoral functions.~§2. The local ordinary 38 2, 2, 555| seeing to it that religious functions are celebrated according 39 2, 2, 558| to perform the parochial functions mentioned in can. 530, nn. 40 2, 2, 560| in his church particular functions, even parochial ones, for 41 2, 2, 561| or perform other sacred functions in the church without the 42 2, 2, 562| to see to it that sacred functions are celebrated worthily 43 2, 2, 567| celebrate or direct liturgical functions; nevertheless, he is not 44 2, 3, 652| occupied with studies and functions which do not directly serve 45 2, 3, 671| religious is not to accept functions and offices outside the 46 4, 0, 837| the diversity of orders, functions, and actual participation.~§ 47 4, 1, 899| of orders and liturgical functions.~§3. The eucharistic celebration 48 4, 1, 1008| person of Christ the Head the functions of teaching, sanctifying, 49 4, 3, 1213| exercises its powers and functions in sacred places.~ 50 5, 0, 1277| 1278 In addition to the functions mentioned in can. 494, §§ 51 5, 0, 1277| the finance officer the functions mentioned in cann. 1276, § 52 5, 0, 1281| are bound to fulfill their functions in the name of the Church 53 5, 0, 1302| specified ecclesiastical functions or of otherwise pursuing 54 6, 1, 1330| offices, ministries, or functions whatsoever or to place acts 55 6, 1, 1332| or some of the rights or functions attached to an office.~§ 56 6, 1, 1337| affect powers, offices, functions, rights, privileges, faculties, 57 6, 2 | USURPATION OF ECCLESIASTICAL FUNCTIONS AND DELICTS IN THEIR EXERCISE ( 58 7, 5, 1741| pastor unable to fulfill his functions usefully;~3/ loss of a good


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