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Code of Canon Law


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faculty
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 132| qualifications, a habitual faculty granted to an ordinary is 2 1, 0, 132| begun to execute it, but the faculty transfers to any ordinary 3 1, 0, 167| have the right to vote. The faculty of voting by letter or proxy 4 1, 0, 174| of all by virtue of the faculty received.~§2. If it concerns 5 2, 1, 253| licentiate from a university or faculty recognized by the Holy See.~§ 6 2, 1, 265| society endowed with this faculty, in such a way that unattached 7 2, 2, 508| church has the ordinary faculty, which he cannot delegate 8 2, 2, 543| establish. All of them have the faculty of assisting at marriages 9 2, 2, 566| by virtue of office the faculty of hearing the confessions 10 2, 2, 566| chaplain, moreover, has the faculty, to be exercised only in 11 2, 3, 667| diocesan bishop has the faculty of entering the cloister 12 2, 3, 690| council possesses the same faculty.~ 13 3, 0, 764| and deacons possess the faculty of preaching everywhere; 14 3, 0, 764| preaching everywhere; this faculty is to be exercised with 15 3, 0, 764| restricted or taken away the faculty or particular law requires 16 3, 0, 811| Catholic universities a faculty or institute or at least 17 3, 0, 817| Can. 817 No university or faculty which has not been erected 18 3, 0, 820| their own university or faculty and other universities and 19 4, 1, 882| presbyter provided with this faculty in virtue of universal law 20 4, 1, 883| The following possess the faculty of administering confirmation 21 4, 1, 884| requires it, he can grant the faculty to one or more specific 22 4, 1, 884| presbyter endowed with the faculty of confirming in virtue 23 4, 1, 885| presbyter who possesses this faculty must use it for the sake 24 4, 1, 885| those in whose favor the faculty was granted.~ 25 4, 1, 887| presbyter who possesses the faculty of administering confirmation 26 4, 1, 966| the power of orders, the faculty of exercising it for the 27 4, 1, 966| priest can be given this faculty either by the law itself 28 4, 1, 967| Pontiff, cardinals have the faculty of hearing the confessions 29 4, 1, 967| Bishops likewise have this faculty and use it licitly everywhere 30 4, 1, 967| 2. Those who possess the faculty of hearing confessions habitually 31 4, 1, 967| domicile can exercise that faculty everywhere unless the local 32 4, 1, 967| who are provided with the faculty of hearing confessions by 33 4, 1, 967| 969, §2 possess the same faculty everywhere by the law itself 34 4, 1, 967| society; they also use the faculty licitly unless some major 35 4, 1, 968| of a pastor possess the faculty of hearing confessions, 36 4, 1, 968| constitutions, possess the faculty of hearing the confessions 37 4, 1, 969| presbyters whatsoever the faculty to hear the confessions 38 4, 1, 969| however, are not to use the faculty without at least the presumed 39 4, 1, 969| presbyters whatsoever the faculty to hear the confessions 40 4, 1, 970| Can. 970 The faculty to hear confessions is not 41 4, 1, 971| ordinary is not to grant the faculty of hearing confessions habitually 42 4, 1, 972| in can. 969 can grant the faculty to hear confessions for 43 4, 1, 973| Can. 973 The faculty to hear confessions habitually 44 4, 1, 974| superior are not to revoke the faculty to hear confessions habitually 45 4, 1, 974| grave cause.~§2. When the faculty to hear confessions has 46 4, 1, 974| 2, a presbyter loses the faculty everywhere. If some other 47 4, 1, 974| ordinary has revoked the faculty, the presbyter loses it 48 4, 1, 974| ordinary who has revoked the faculty of some presbyter to hear 49 4, 1, 974| presbyter has revoked the faculty to hear confessions, the 50 4, 1, 974| superior has revoked the faculty, however, the presbyter 51 4, 1, 975| Besides by revocation, the faculty mentioned in can. 967, § 52 4, 1, 976| though a priest lacks the faculty to hear confessions, he 53 4, 1, 1111| priests and deacons the faculty, even a general one, of 54 4, 1, 1111| valid, the delegation of the faculty to assist at marriages must 55 5, 0, 1280| first obtained a written faculty from the ordinary.~§2. The 56 6, 1, 1335| function, right, privilege, faculty, favor, title, or insignia, 57 6, 1, 1356| priest endowed with the faculty and the obligation of obeying 58 7, 1, 1482| been given the expressed faculty to do so.~§2. If a person


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