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Code of Canon Law


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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | itself, the Code must also lay down certain rules and norms 2 Intr | 3 religious women and 12 lay persons from 5 continents 3 1, 0, 129| power of jurisdiction.~§2. Lay members of the Christian 4 2, 1, 207| Christian faithful are called lay persons.~§2. There are members 5 2, 1 | OBLIGATIONS AND RIGHTS OF THE LAY CHRISTIAN FAITHFUL (Cann. 6 2, 1, 224| established in other canons, the lay Christian faithful are bound 7 2, 1, 225| the Christian faithful, lay persons are designated by 8 2, 1, 227| Can. 227 The lay Christian faithful have 9 2, 1, 228| Can. 228 §1. Lay persons who are found suitable 10 2, 1, 228| precepts of the law.~§2. Lay persons who excel in necessary 11 2, 1, 229| Can. 229 §1. Lay persons are bound by the 12 2, 1, 230| Can. 230 §1. Lay men who possess the age 13 2, 1, 230| remuneration from the Church.~§2. Lay persons can fulfill the 14 2, 1, 230| temporary designation. All lay persons can also perform 15 2, 1, 230| and ministers are lacking, lay persons, even if they are 16 2, 1, 231| Can. 231 §1. Lay persons who permanently 17 2, 1, 231| law having been observed, lay persons have the right to 18 2, 1, 285| management of goods belonging to lay persons or secular offices 19 2, 1, 296| Can. 296 Lay persons can dedicate themselves 20 2, 1, 298| faithful, whether clerics, lay persons, or clerics and 21 2, 1, 298| persons, or clerics and lay persons together, strive 22 2, 1, 317| which are not clerical, lay persons are able to exercise 23 2, 1, 327| Can. 327 Lay members of the Christian 24 2, 2, 463| presbyteral council;~5/ lay members of the Christian 25 2, 2, 463| of consecrated life, or lay members of the Christian 26 2, 2, 519| and with the assistance of lay members of the Christian 27 2, 2, 524| heard certain presbyters and lay members of the Christian 28 2, 2, 528| is to take care that the lay members of the Christian 29 2, 2, 529| the proper part which the lay members of the Christian 30 2, 2, 567| chaplain to a house of a lay religious institute without 31 2, 3, 588| is neither clerical nor lay.~§2. That institute is called 32 2, 3, 588| That institute is called lay which, recognized as such 33 2, 3, 630| formation, and in more numerous lay communities, there are to 34 2, 3, 672| prescripts of can. 279, §2; in lay institutes of pontifical 35 2, 3, 676| Can. 676 Lay institutes, whether of men 36 2, 3, 711| the people of God, whether lay or clerical, with due regard 37 2, 3, 713| world and from the world, lay members participate in the 38 3, 0, 759| baptism and confirmation, lay members of the Christian 39 3, 0, 766| Can. 766 Lay persons can be permitted 40 3, 0, 776| of each institute, and of lay members of the Christian 41 3, 0, 784| apostolic life, or other lay members of the Christian 42 3, 0, 785| missionary work; catechists are lay members of the Christian 43 3, 0, 811| classes are also given for lay students.~§2. In individual 44 4, 1, 907| celebration deacons and lay persons are not permitted 45 4, 1, 930| even a properly instructed lay person.~ ~ 46 4, 1, 1112| diocesan bishop can delegate lay persons to assist at marriages, 47 4, 1, 1112| Holy See.~§2. A suitable lay person is to be selected, 48 4, 2, 1168| judgment of the local ordinary lay persons who possess the 49 5, 0, 1281| Can. 1282 All clerics or lay persons who take part in 50 5, 0, 1286| 1287 §1. Both clerical and lay administrators of any ecclesiastical 51 7, 1, 1420| permit the appointment of lay persons as judges; when 52 7, 1, 1423| they are to be clerics or lay persons of upright life.~ 53 7, 1, 1426| diocesan right or of the same lay institute, or between a 54 7, 1, 1426| and a secular cleric or lay person or a non-religious 55 7, 1, 1427| function of auditor clerics or lay persons outstanding for 56 7, 1, 1434| they are to be clerics or lay persons, of unimpaired reputation, 57 7, 2, 1528| permissible to hear them through a lay person designated by the


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