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IntraText - Concordances
freely
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 95| ecclesiastical authority or freely convoked by the Christian 2 1, 0, 111| fourteenth year of age can freely choose to be baptized in 3 1, 0, 112| however, the person can freely return to the Latin Church;~ 4 1, 0, 162| whom it belongs to install freely provides for the vacant 5 1, 0, 165| successively is to make provision freely for the vacant office.~ 6 2, 1, 215| faithful are at liberty freely to found and direct associations 7 2, 1, 246| spiritual life whom he has freely chosen and to whom he can 8 2, 1, 277| dedicate themselves more freely to the service of God and 9 2, 1, 324| of the Christian faithful freely designates its moderator 10 2, 1, 324| the Christian faithful can freely choose a spiritual advisor, 11 2, 1, 325| of the Christian faithful freely administers those goods 12 2, 2, 331| always able to exercise freely.~ 13 2, 2, 332| the resignation is made freely and properly manifested 14 2, 2, 337| has publicly declared or freely accepted as such so that 15 2, 2, 341| another way initiated or freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff 16 2, 2, 351| 351 §1. The Roman Pontiff freely selects men to be promoted 17 2, 2, 377| 1. The Supreme Pontiff freely appoints bishops or confirms 18 2, 2, 477| 1. The diocesan bishop freely appoints a vicar general 19 2, 2, 477| episcopal vicar and can freely remove them, without prejudice 20 2, 2, 485| and other notaries can be freely removed from office by the 21 2, 2, 497| the priests themselves are freely to elect about half, according 22 2, 2, 497| the diocesan bishop is freely entitled to appoint others.~ 23 2, 2, 502| twelve, the diocesan bishop freely appoints some priests who 24 2, 2, 547| 547 The diocesan bishop freely appoints a parochial vicar, 25 2, 2, 554| The diocesan bishop can freely remove a vicar forane from 26 2, 2, 557| 1. The diocesan bishop freely appoints the rector of a 27 2, 3, 573| The Christian faithful freely assume this form of living 28 2, 3, 630| trust, to whom they can freely and on their own initiative 29 2, 3, 631| but also any member can freely send wishes and suggestions 30 2, 3, 653| Can. 653 §1. A novice can freely leave an institute; moreover, 31 2, 3, 656| admission has been given freely by the competent superior 32 2, 3, 657| elapsed, a religious who freely petitions and is judged 33 2, 3, 668| are to make disposition freely for their use and revenue. 34 2, 3, 719| 3. They are to approach freely the sacrament of penance 35 2, 3, 719| 4. They are to obtain freely necessary direction of conscience 36 2, 3, 726| able to leave the institute freely or the major moderator, 37 2, 3, 726| incorporated member who freely petitions it is able to 38 3, 0, 787| receive baptism when they freely request it.~ 39 4, 1, 964| who wish to can use them freely.~§3. Confessions are not 40 4, 1, 985| house unless the students freely request it in particular 41 4, 1, 1036| order of his own accord and freely and will devote himself 42 4, 2, 1200| Can. 1200 §1. A person who freely swears to do something is 43 4, 3, 1213| ecclesiastical authority freely exercises its powers and 44 5, 0, 1298| law and canon law is able freely to dispose of his or her 45 7, 1, 1481| Can. 1481 §1. A party can freely appoint an advocate and 46 7, 3, 1715| cannot make disposition freely.~§2. For temporal ecclesiastical


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