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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
priests
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | cardinals, archbishops,~bishops, priests, deacons and to the other 2 Intr | been freed from Arianism:~“Priests are to know the sacred scripture 3 Intr | especially to be avoided by priests of God” (can. 25: Mansi 4 Intr | Code of Canon Law: bishops, priests, religious, laity, experts 5 2, 1, 233| and, in a special way, priests, particularly pastors. Diocesan 6 2, 1, 233| that purpose.~§2. Moreover, priests, and especially diocesan 7 2, 1, 239| remain free to approach other priests who have been designated 8 2, 1, 276| the Eucharist; therefore, priests are earnestly invited to 9 2, 1, 276| in its offering daily;~3/ priests and deacons aspiring to 10 2, 1, 279| prescripts of particular law, priests are to attend pastoral lectures 11 2, 1, 324| desires one, from among the priests exercising ministry legitimately 12 2, 2, 375| are teachers of doctrine, priests of sacred worship, and ministers 13 2, 2, 383| spiritual needs either through priests or parishes of the same 14 2, 2, 460| synod is a group of selected priests and other members of the 15 2, 2, 478| episcopal vicar are to be priests not less than thirty years 16 2, 2, 495| established, that is, a group of priests which, representing the 17 2, 2, 497| presbyteral council:~1/ the priests themselves are freely to 18 2, 2, 497| norm of the statutes, some priests must be ex officio members, 19 2, 2, 498| council:~1/ all secular priests incardinated in the diocese;~ 20 2, 2, 498| the diocese;~2/ secular priests not incardinated in the 21 2, 2, 498| incardinated in the diocese and priests who are members of some 22 2, 2, 498| can be conferred on other priests who have a domicile or quasi-domicile 23 2, 2, 499| insofar as possible, the priests of the presbyterium are 24 2, 2, 502| bishop freely appoints some priests who are to constitute for 25 2, 2, 503| collegial, is a college of priests which performs more solemn 26 2, 2, 509| confer canonries only upon priests outstanding in doctrine 27 2, 2, 517| be entrusted to several priests in solidum, with the requirement, 28 2, 2, 517| If, because of a lack of priests, the diocesan bishop has 29 2, 2, 526| nevertheless, because of a lack of priests or other circumstances, 30 2, 2, 542| Can. 542 Priests to whom the pastoral care 31 2, 2, 542| 527, §2; for the other priests, however, a legitimately 32 2, 2, 543| together is entrusted to priests in solidum, each of them 33 2, 2, 543| the moderator.~§2. All the priests who belong to the group:~ 34 2, 2, 553| after he has heard the priests who exercise ministry in 35 2, 2, 556| churches are understood here as priests to whom is committed the 36 3, 0, 762| require from the mouth of priests.~ 37 3, 0, 813| at least by designating priests stably for this, and is 38 4, 0, 835| function; they are the high priests, the principal dispensers 39 4, 1, 902| requires or suggests otherwise, priests can concelebrate the Eucharist. 40 4, 1, 904| is exercised continually, priests are to celebrate frequently; 41 4, 1, 904| and the Church in which priests fulfill their principal 42 4, 1, 905| If there is a shortage of priests, the local ordinary can 43 4, 1, 905| local ordinary can allow priests to celebrate twice a day 44 4, 1, 908| Can. 908 Catholic priests are forbidden to concelebrate 45 4, 1, 908| concelebrate the Eucharist with priests or ministers of Churches 46 4, 1, 929| administering the Eucharist, priests and deacons are to wear 47 4, 1, 945| recommended earnestly to priests that they celebrate Mass 48 4, 1, 955| celebration as soon as possible to priests acceptable to him, provided 49 4, 1, 961| insufficient time for the priest or priests to hear the confessions 50 4, 1, 1003| anointing of the sick.~§2. All priests to whom the care of souls 51 4, 1, 1111| the pastor can delegate to priests and deacons the faculty, 52 4, 1, 1112| Where there is a lack of priests and deacons, the diocesan 53 7, 1, 1419| judicial vicars must be priests, of unimpaired reputation, 54 7, 2, 1550| parties in the same case;~2/ priests regarding all matters which


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