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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
consultors
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | commission, as well as the consultors of the individual study 2 Intr | members or as of-ficials, consultors and collaborators in the 3 Intr | collaboration of experts, consultors and bishops throughout the 4 Intr | 1964 Paul VI added seventy consultors to the Commission established 5 Intr | other cardinal members and consultors from all over the world 6 Intr | Commission, the secretaries, consultors and officials of the Secretariat 7 Intr | The central committee of consultors prepared the text of a document, 8 Intr | And in point of fact the consultors were guided by these principles 9 Intr | also to be indicated. The consultors and their collaborators 10 Intr | countries served as members, consultors and other types of collaborators 11 Intr | Second Vatican Council, the consultors of the Commission were gathered 12 Intr | the central committee of consultors, which had met on April 13 Intr | 1967 a special committee of consultors to study the systematic 14 Intr | be briefly recalled. The consultors of the individual groups 15 Intr | follows. To each of the consultors, who numbered from eight 16 Intr | of the study group. The consultors of the study group met in 17 Intr | were established so that consultors from different groups could 18 Intr | had been forwarded to the consultors and carefully examined by 19 Intr | of the Commission and the consultors undertook a further weighty 20 Intr | Commission, with the help of consultors endowed with special expertise 21 Intr | the Secretariat and the consultors was forwarded to the members 22 2, 1, 272| consent of the college of consultors.~ 23 2, 2, 377| members of the college of consultors and cathedral chapter and, 24 2, 2, 382| diocese to the college of consultors in the presence of the chancellor 25 2, 2, 404| diocesan bishop and college of consultors in the presence of the chancellor 26 2, 2, 404| appointment to the college of consultors in the presence of the chancellor 27 2, 2, 413| it is for the college of consultors to select a priest to govern 28 2, 2, 419| devolves upon the college of consultors unless the Holy See has 29 2, 2, 421| 421 §1. The college of consultors must elect a diocesan administrator, 30 2, 2, 422| is none, the college of consultors is to inform the Apostolic 31 2, 2, 485| consent of the college of consultors.~ 32 2, 2, 494| having heard the college of consultors and the Finance council, 33 2, 2, 494| has heard the college of consultors and the Finance council.~§ 34 2, 2 | COUNCIL AND THE COLLEGE OF CONSULTORS~ 35 2, 2, 501| ceases and the college of consultors fulfills its functions.~ 36 2, 2, 502| five years a college of consultors, to which belongs the functions 37 2, 2, 502| presides offer the college of consultors. When a see is impeded or 38 2, 2, 502| ordination in the college of consultors presides.~§3. The conference 39 2, 2, 502| functions of the college of consultors are to be entrusted to the 40 2, 2, 502| functions of the college of consultors unless the law establishes 41 3, 0, 833| presence of the college of consultors, the diocesan administrator;~ 42 4, 1, 1018| consent of the college of consultors, a diocesan administrator; 43 5, 0, 1276| finance council and college of consultors to place acts of administration 44 5, 0, 1276| council and of the college of consultors to place acts of extraordinary 45 5, 0, 1291| council, the college of consultors, and those concerned. The


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