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IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 111| Church to which the father belongs.~§2. Anyone to be baptized 2 1, 0, 111| in that case, the person belongs to the Church which he or 3 1, 0, 148| the authority to whom it belongs to erect, change, and suppress 4 1, 0, 158| the authority to whom it belongs to install in that office. 5 1, 0, 162| The authority to whom it belongs to install freely provides 6 2, 1, 207| Church, it nevertheless belongs to its life and holiness.~ ~ 7 2, 1, 260| obey the rector, to whom it belongs to care for the daily supervision 8 2, 2, 339| of the Church, to whom it belongs to determine their roles 9 2, 2, 377| diocese to be provided for belongs or with which it is joined 10 2, 2, 434| Can. 434 It belongs to a meeting of the bishops 11 2, 2, 479| the whole diocese which belongs to the diocesan bishop by 12 2, 2, 502| of consultors, to which belongs the functions determined 13 2, 2, 514| a consultative vote. It belongs to the diocesan bishop alone 14 2, 2, 514| preside over it; it also belongs to him alone to make public 15 2, 2, 523| of the office of pastor belongs to the diocesan bishop, 16 2, 2, 525| is vacant or impeded, it belongs to the diocesan administrator 17 2, 2, 557| rector.~§2. Even if a church belongs to some clerical religious 18 2, 2, 565| ordinary to whom it also belongs to install the one presented 19 2, 3, 574| institutes of this type belongs to the life and holiness 20 2, 3, 581| redefine their boundaries belongs to the competent authority 21 2, 3, 585| Can. 585 It belongs to the competent authority 22 2, 3, 616| only house of an institute belongs to the Holy See, to which 23 2, 3, 616| house mentioned in can. 613 belongs to the general chapter, 24 2, 3, 616| autonomous monastery of nuns belongs to the Apostolic See, with 25 2, 3, 638| scope of universal law, it belongs to proper law to determine 26 2, 3, 641| candidates to the novitiate belongs to major superiors according 27 2, 3, 668| professed after renunciation belongs to the institute according 28 2, 3, 675| 675 §1. Apostolic action belongs to the very nature of institutes 29 2, 3, 699| mentioned in can. 615, it belongs to the diocesan bishop, 30 2, 3, 700| diocesan right, confirmation belongs to the bishop of the diocese 31 2, 3, 720| perpetual or definitive, belongs to the major moderators 32 3, 0, 747| communication proper to it.~§2. It belongs to the Church always and 33 3, 0, 774| solicitude for catechesis belongs to all members of the Church 34 3, 0, 794| duty and right of educating belongs in a special way to the 35 4, 1, 874| 2. A baptized person who belongs to a non-Catholic ecclesial 36 4, 1, 961| feast or pilgrimage.~§2. It belongs to the diocesan bishop to 37 4, 3, 1206| dedication of any place belongs to the diocesan bishop and 38 5, 0, 1255| Pontiff, ownership of goods belongs to that juridic person which 39 5, 0, 1305| to which the foundation belongs.~ 40 7, 1, 1414| of adjudicating the case belongs to the one which legitimately


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