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1 Intr | necessarily required the previous work of the council. Although 2 Intr | chronologically because the work undertaken in its preparation, 3 Intr | intention, in fact, the entire work of the council drew its 4 Intr | consider the nature of the work which preceded the promulgation 5 Intr | clearly pointed out that this work was brought to completion 6 Intr | material drafting of the work, but also to the very substance 7 Intr | all these phases of the work, specialists in theology, 8 Intr | Pietro Ciriaci who began the work, and Cardinal Pericle Felici 9 Intr | guided the course of the work almost to its end. I think 10 Intr | years in such a difficult work, and whom God in the meantime 11 Intr | time he has done excellent work in a task of such great 12 Intr | the happy outcome of the work.~I finally mention all the 13 Intr | such a weighty and complex work.~Therefore, in promulgating 14 Intr | things and actions. The work took twelve years with the 15 Intr | publicly inaugurated the work of the Code Commission. 16 Intr | supply the foundation for the work of revision. Careful attention 17 Intr | groups were to carry on their work in a methodical fashion, 18 Intr | only after nearly the whole work has been completed.~From 19 Intr | concrete issues, and the work was carried on for years.~ 20 Intr | taken in continuing the work. According to the norms 21 2, 1, 211| have the duty and right to work so that the divine message 22 2, 1, 225| joined in associations, to work so that the divine message 23 2, 1, 226| bound by a special duty to work through marriage and the 24 2, 1, 245| faithful coworkers, and work together with their brothers. 25 2, 1, 246| of spirit for apostolic work and for their spiritual 26 2, 1, 275| 275 §1. Since clerics all work for the same purpose, namely, 27 2, 1, 305| to the extent that they work in the diocese are subject 28 2, 2, 520| among other things, the work to be accomplished, the 29 2, 2, 528| of the faithful.~He is to work so that the Christian faithful 30 2, 2, 529| special difficulties. He is to work so that spouses and parents 31 2, 3, 652| cooperate for their part in the work of formation of the novices 32 2, 3, 681| things which pertain to the work to be accomplished, the 33 2, 3, 689| the institute or through work performed in the institute.~§ 34 2, 3, 702| from the institute for any work done in it.~§2. Nevertheless, 35 2, 3, 708| that by common efforts they work to achieve more fully the 36 2, 3, 718| towards members who carry on work for it.~ 37 3, 0, 781| nature missionary and the work of evangelization must be 38 3, 0, 781| their part in missionary work.~ 39 3, 0, 782| which belong to missionary work and missionary cooperation.~§ 40 3, 0, 782| solicitude for missionary work, especially by initiating, 41 3, 0, 784| to carry out missionary work, can be chosen from among 42 3, 0, 785| carrying out missionary work; catechists are lay members 43 3, 0, 786| be able to carry out the work of evangelization themselves.~ 44 3, 0, 790| themselves to missionary work and that relations with 45 3, 0, 792| mission lands for the sake of work or study are received as 46 3, 0, 820| non-ecclesiastical ones, by which they work together for the greater 47 3, 0, 829| permission to publish some work is valid for the original 48 3, 0, 830| denial to the author of the work.~ 49 4, 0, 836| faithful is carried out, is a work which proceeds from faith 50 4, 1, 904| eucharistic sacrifice the work of redemption is exercised 51 4, 2, 1197| private vow can commute the work promised by the vow into 52 6, 1, 1339| the performance of some work of religion, piety, or charity.~§


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