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Code of Canon Law


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provide
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 9| past, unless they expressly provide for the past.~ 2 1, 0, 13| exception of those laws which provide for public order, which 3 1, 0, 57| competent authority is to provide for the matter within three 4 1, 0, 98| just cause, has decided to provide for the matter through the 5 1, 0, 119| unless the law or statutes provide otherwise:~1/ if it concerns 6 1, 0, 157| for the diocesan bishop to provide for ecclesiastical offices 7 1, 0, 167| the statutes legitimately provide otherwise.~§2. If one of 8 1, 0, 174| the law or the statutes provide otherwise, an election can 9 1, 0, 176| the law or the statutes provide otherwise, the person who 10 2, 1, 231| so that they are able to provide decently for their own needs 11 2, 1, 234| vocations, these institutions provide special religious formation 12 2, 1, 239| statutes of a seminary are to provide ways through which the other 13 2, 1, 249| priestly formation is to provide that students not only are 14 2, 1, 257| instruction of students is to provide that they have solicitude 15 2, 1, 261| studies are carefully to provide that the teachers properly 16 2, 1, 264| a tax in the diocese to provide for the needs of the seminary.~§ 17 2, 1, 281| times, and by which they can provide for the necessities of their 18 2, 1, 281| by which they are able to provide for the support of themselves 19 2, 1, 317| 1. Unless the statutes provide otherwise, it is for the 20 2, 1, 317| function unless the statutes provide otherwise.~§4. Those who 21 2, 2, 383| in his diocese, he is to provide for their spiritual needs 22 2, 2, 451| which are to be held and to provide for a permanent council 23 2, 2, 498| extent that the statutes provide for it, the same right of 24 2, 2, 516| the diocesan bishop is to provide for their pastoral care 25 2, 2, 531| establish prescripts which provide for the allocation of these 26 2, 2, 538| the diocesan bishop must provide suitable support and housing 27 2, 2, 548| common efforts, are able to provide for the pastoral care of 28 2, 3, 591| Can. 591 In order to provide better for the good of institutes 29 2, 3, 624| house.~§2. Proper law is to provide suitable norms so that superiors, 30 2, 3, 640| from their own goods to provide for the needs of the Church 31 2, 3, 661| Superiors, moreover, are to provide them with the resources 32 2, 3, 707| own institute wishes to provide such support; otherwise 33 2, 3, 707| the Apostolic See is to provide in another manner.~ 34 3, 0, 793| institutions through which they can provide more suitably for the Catholic 35 3, 0, 798| children to those schools which provide a Catholic education. If 36 3, 0, 799| formation of youth also provide for their religious and 37 4, 1, 944| establish regulations which provide for the participation in 38 5, 0, 1285| so that they are able to provide fittingly for their own 39 6, 1, 1316| they are truly necessary to provide more suitably for ecclesiastical 40 6, 1, 1347| imposed, the ordinary can provide for the welfare of the person 41 6, 1, 1348| indeterminate and the law does not provide otherwise, the judge is 42 6, 1, 1349| ordinary is to take care to provide for a person dismissed from 43 7, 1, 1426| unless the constitutions provide otherwise; if it is an autonomous 44 7, 1, 1429| justice is bound by office to provide for the public good.~ 45 7, 1, 1455| the reputation of others, provide opportunity for discord, 46 7, 5, 1747| a new pastor, but is to provide a parochial administrator


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