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virtue 44
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44 prescribed
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44 virtue
43 cleric
43 due
43 elected
Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
virtue
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | the new law, besides the virtue of justice, is to take cognizance 2 Intr | reality of divine law. In virtue of this principle one may 3 1, 0, 94| established and promulgated by virtue of legislative power are 4 1, 0, 174| elect in the name of all by virtue of the faculty received.~§ 5 1, 0, 180| commissioned to elect in virtue of a compromise cannot postulate 6 2, 1, 253| those who are outstanding in virtue and have obtained a doctorate 7 2, 1, 266| the institute itself by virtue of a grant of the Apostolic 8 2, 1, 312| diocese even if it is done by virtue of apostolic privilege. 9 2, 1, 317| own churches or houses in virtue of apostolic privilege. 10 2, 1, 328| which have been erected by virtue of apostolic privilege, 11 2, 2, 331| universal Church on earth. By virtue of his office he possesses 12 2, 2, 333| Can. 333 §1. By virtue of his office, the Roman 13 2, 2, 336| whose members are bishops by virtue of sacramental consecration 14 2, 2, 346| others are designated by virtue of the same law; others 15 2, 2, 479| Can. 479 §1. By virtue of office, the vicar general 16 2, 2, 508| Can. 508 §1. By virtue of office, the canon penitentiary 17 2, 2, 536| share in pastoral care by virtue of their office in the parish, 18 2, 2, 566| a chaplain possesses by virtue of office the faculty of 19 2, 3, 588| intended by the founder or by virtue of legitimate tradition, 20 2, 3, 588| authority of the Church, has by virtue of its nature, character, 21 2, 3, 705| to the Roman Pontiff by virtue of the vow of obedience 22 3, 0, 748| God and his Church and by virtue of divine law are bound 23 3, 0, 749| Can. 749 §1. By virtue of his office, the Supreme 24 3, 0, 758| Can. 758 By virtue of their consecration to 25 3, 0, 759| Can. 759 By virtue of baptism and confirmation, 26 3, 0, 776| Can. 776 By virtue of his function, a pastor 27 3, 0, 783| Can. 783 Since by virtue of their consecration members 28 3, 0, 815| proper to the Church by virtue of its function to announce 29 3, 0, 819| outstanding in character, virtue, and talent.~ 30 4, 1, 882| provided with this faculty in virtue of universal law or the 31 4, 1, 883| question, the presbyter who by virtue of office or mandate of 32 4, 1, 884| faculty of confirming in virtue of the law or the special 33 4, 1, 967| confessions habitually whether by virtue of office or by virtue of 34 4, 1, 967| by virtue of office or by virtue of the grant of an ordinary 35 4, 1, 968| Can. 968 §1. In virtue of office, a local ordinary, 36 4, 1, 968| his jurisdiction.~§2. In virtue of their office, superiors 37 4, 1, 986| souls has been entrusted in virtue of some function are obliged 38 4, 1, 1109| a sentence or decree, by virtue of their office and within 39 4, 1, 1110| Can. 1110 By virtue of office, a personal ordinary 40 4, 1, 1114| whenever the person assists in virtue of general delegation.~ 41 4, 2, 1191| fulfilled by reason of the virtue of religion.~§2. Unless 42 5, 0, 1272| Can. 1273 By virtue of his primacy of governance, 43 6, 1, 1318| in the external forum in virtue of the power of governance, 44 7, 2, 1518| ceases from the office in virtue of which action is taken:~


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