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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0 | CHAPTER I.~THE CANONICAL CONDITION OF PHYSICAL PERSONS~ 2 1, 0, 96| Christians in keeping with their condition, insofar as they are in 3 1, 0, 126| substance or which amounts to a condition sine qua non is invalid. 4 1, 0, 155| was conferred. The juridic condition of that person, however, 5 1, 0, 175| action was taken;~2/ if some condition attached to the compromise 6 2, 1, 204| world, in accord with the condition proper to each.~§2. This 7 2, 1, 208| according to each one’s own condition and function.~ 8 2, 1, 210| according to their own condition.~ 9 2, 1, 216| according to their own state and condition. Nevertheless, no undertaking 10 2, 1, 225| According to each one’s own condition, they are also bound by 11 2, 1, 229| appropriate to the capacity and condition of each in order for them 12 2, 1, 231| remuneration appropriate to their condition so that they are able to 13 2, 1, 281| is consistent with their condition, taking into account the 14 2, 2, 383| his care, of whatever age, condition, or nationality they are, 15 2, 2, 383| pastoral care because of the condition of their life and to those 16 2, 2, 394| according to each one’s condition and ability and is to exhort 17 2, 2, 568| of pastors because of the condition of their lives, such as 18 2, 3, 638| in which the patrimonial condition of a juridic person can 19 2, 3, 687| reconciled with the new condition of his or her life, yet 20 2, 3, 705| cannot be reconciled with his condition.~ 21 2, 3, 711| member’s proper canonical condition among the people of God, 22 2, 3, 745| reconciled with the new condition of the member are suspended, 23 3, 0, 769| way accommodated to the condition of the listeners and in 24 3, 0, 771| faithful who because of the condition of their life do not have 25 3, 0, 777| impeded, insofar as their condition permits;~5/ that the faith 26 4, 1, 844| Apostolic See are in the same condition in regard to the sacraments 27 4, 1, 979| discretion, attentive to the condition and age of the penitent, 28 4, 1, 981| taking into account the condition of the penitent. The penitent 29 4, 1, 1004| becomes gravely ill or if the condition becomes more grave during 30 4, 1, 1102| A marriage subject to a condition about the future cannot 31 4, 1, 1102| entered into subject to a condition about the past or the present 32 4, 1, 1102| which is subject to the condition exists or not.~§3. The condition 33 4, 1, 1102| condition exists or not.~§3. The condition mentioned in §2, however, 34 4, 2, 1194| promised, by the absence of a condition on which the vow depends, 35 4, 2, 1202| 3/ if the purpose or a condition under which the oath may 36 5, 0, 1266| by a modal obligation or condition, without prejudice to the 37 5, 0, 1276| in light of the economic condition of the diocese. In addition 38 5, 0, 1294| can worsen the patrimonial condition of a juridic person.~ 39 7, 2, 1572| the following:~1/ what the condition or reputation of the person


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