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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
community
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | within the ecclesiastical community necessarily brought it about 2 Intr | criteria for determining a community of the faithful, at least 3 Intr | necessary for the ecclesiastical community to live, grow and flourish. 4 1, 0, 23| that custom introduced by a community of the faithful and approved 5 1, 0, 25| of introducing a law by a community capable at least of receiving 6 1, 0, 29| common prescripts for a community capable of receiving law, 7 1, 0, 134| some particular church or a community equivalent to it according 8 2, 1, 233| with the entire Christian community so that the needs of the 9 2, 2, 460| good of the whole diocesan community according to the norm of 10 2, 2, 515| 1. A parish is a certain community of the Christian faithful 11 2, 2, 516| quasi-parish is a definite community of the Christian faithful 12 2, 2, 517| is not a priest, or to a community of persons, he is to appoint 13 2, 2, 519| the pastoral care of the community committed to him under the 14 2, 2, 519| share, so that for that same community he carries out the functions 15 2, 2, 556| to a house of a religious community or society of apostolic 16 2, 2, 564| at least in part, of some community or particular group of the 17 2, 2, 567| the superior has heard the community.~§2. It is for the chaplain 18 2, 2, 570| connected to the seat of a community or group, the chaplain is 19 2, 2, 570| unless the care of the community or of the church requires 20 2, 3, 608| Can. 608 A religious community must live in a legitimately 21 2, 3, 608| truly the center of the community.~ 22 2, 3, 619| are to strive to build a community of brothers or sisters in 23 2, 3, 630| after consultation with the community; nevertheless, there is 24 2, 3, 633| the entire institute or community.~§2. In establishing and 25 2, 3, 648| twelve months spent in the community itself of the novitiate, 26 2, 3, 648| to be spent outside the community of the novitiate.~§3. The 27 2, 3, 713| service of the ecclesial community according to their own secular 28 2, 3, 733| and establishes a local community with the previous written 29 2, 3, 740| legitimately established community and must observe common 30 2, 3, 740| absences from the house or community.~ 31 4, 1, 844| a minister of their own community and who seek such on their 32 4, 1, 844| interested non-Catholic Church or community.~ 33 4, 1, 869| a non-Catholic ecclesial community must not be baptized conditionally 34 4, 1, 874| a non-Catholic ecclesial community is not to participate except 35 4, 1, 911| house, the superior of a community in clerical religious institutes 36 4, 1, 933| some Church or ecclesial community which does not have full 37 4, 1, 942| continuous, so that the local community more profoundly meditates 38 4, 1, 1063| that their ecclesiastical community offers the Christian faithful 39 4, 1, 1124| in a Church or ecclesial community not in full communion with 40 4, 2, 1183| non-Catholic Church or ecclesial community unless their intention is 41 4, 3, 1223| for the benefit of some community or group of the faithful


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