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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
may
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | its divine founder, they may be better adapted to the 2 Intr | administration of the sacraments, may be adequately organized; 3 Intr | relations of the faithful may be regulated according to 4 Intr | life ever more perfectly may be sustained, strengthened 5 Intr | in order that the Church may progress in conformity with 6 Intr | Second Vatican Council and may every day be ever more suited 7 Intr | laws for the Latin Church.~May God grant that joy and peace 8 Intr | concerned in order that it may be observed. So that all 9 Intr | be observed. So that all may more easily be informed 10 Intr | in the hope, that there may flower again in the Church 11 Intr | consequently the salvation of souls may be rendered ever more easy 12 Intr | collection was promulgated on May 27, 1917 by his successor 13 Intr | Benedict XV; it took effect on May 19, 1918.~Everyone hailed 14 Intr | secretary of the Commission. On May 17, 1982 he was appointed 15 Intr | living the Christian life may share in the goods offered 16 Intr | Legislator and the bishops may collaborate in the care 17 Intr | in the care of souls and may exercise the pastoral office 18 Intr | virtue of this principle one may defend the appropriateness 19 Intr | order that such objectives may be appropriately implemented, 20 Intr | in a private session on May 6, 1965, in which, with 21 Intr | members of the Commission on May 28, 1968, they substantially 22 Intr | secure norms by which they may correctly direct the exercise 23 Intr | initiatives of the apostolate may progress expeditiously and 24 Intr | progress expeditiously and may be promoted since a healthy 25 Intr | live, grow and flourish. May our most gracious God grant 26 1, 0, 43| cases, however, the executor may entrust the preparatory 27 1, 0, 154| office vacant by law, which may still be possessed illegitimately 28 2, 3, 660| offices and tasks which may impede it are not to be 29 2, 3, 696| proper law of the institute may determine.~§2. For the dismissal 30 2, 3, 727| right; otherwise the member may also seek it from the diocesan 31 4, 2, 1202| condition under which the oath may have been taken ceases;~ 32 6, 1, 1332| residence which the offender may have by reason of office;~ 33 6, 1, 1332| to administer goods which may pertain to the office of 34 6, 1, 1335| penalties which the law may have established, the following 35 7, 1, 1427| what manner if a question may arise about this while the 36 7, 1, 1471| questioned unless the judge may prefer the person to answer 37 7, 2, 1508| communicated, as the case may be, to the guardian, curator, 38 7, 2, 1568| worth remembering which may have occurred while the 39 7, 2, 1577| Attentive to what the litigants may bring forward, the judge 40 7, 2, 1600| document to be shown, which may have been unable to be shown 41 7, 3, 1689| civil obligations which may bind them both toward one


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