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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
cardinals
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | our venerable brothers, cardinals, archbishops,~bishops, priests, 2 Intr | figures of the deceased cardinals who presided over the preparatory 3 Intr | Together with them I recall the cardinals, archbishops, bishops and 4 Intr | of the Sacred College of Cardinals and subsequently assumed 5 Intr | whole revision process 105 cardinals, 77~archbishops and bishops, 6 Intr | added to the Commission, cardinals and even bishops selected 7 2, 2, 334| the synod of bishops. The cardinals also assist him, as do other 8 2, 2 | CHAPTER III.~THE CARDINALS OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH~ 9 2, 2, 349| Can. 349 The cardinals of the Holy Roman Church 10 2, 2, 349| norm of special law. The cardinals assist the Roman Pontiff 11 2, 2, 350| 350 §1. The college of cardinals is divided into three orders: 12 2, 2, 350| episcopal order, to which belong cardinals to whom the Roman Pontiff 13 2, 2, 350| brought into the college of cardinals; the presbyteral order and 14 2, 2, 350| Pontiff assigns each of the cardinals of the presbyteral or diaconal 15 2, 2, 350| members of the college of cardinals have their own patriarchal 16 2, 2, 350| and promotion observed, cardinals from the presbyteral order 17 2, 2, 350| transfer to another title, and cardinals from the diaconal order 18 2, 2, 351| selects men to be promoted as cardinals, who have been ordained 19 2, 2, 351| episcopal consecration.~§2. Cardinals are created by a decree 20 2, 2, 351| presence of the college of cardinals. From the moment of the 21 2, 2, 351| by any of the duties of cardinals nor does he possess any 22 2, 2, 352| presides offer the college of cardinals; if he is impeded, the assistant 23 2, 2, 352| governance offer the other cardinals but is considered as first 24 2, 2, 352| office of dean is vacant, the cardinals who possess title to a suburbicarian 25 2, 2, 353| Can. 353 §1. The cardinals especially assist the supreme 26 2, 2, 353| ordinary consistory, all the cardinals, at least those present 27 2, 2, 353| affairs suggests it, all the cardinals are called together.~§4. 28 2, 2, 353| admitted in addition to the cardinals.~ 29 2, 2, 354| Can. 354 The cardinals who preside offer dicasteries 30 2, 2, 356| Can. 356 Cardinals are obliged to cooperate 31 2, 2, 356| Roman Pontiff; therefore, cardinals who exercise any office 32 2, 2, 356| obliged to reside in Rome. Cardinals who have the care of some 33 2, 2, 357| Can. 357 §1. The cardinals who have been assigned title 34 2, 2, 357| pertain to their own person, cardinals living outside of Rome and 35 2, 2, 359| is vacant, the college of cardinals possesses only that power 36 4, 1, 967| addition to the Roman Pontiff, cardinals have the faculty of hearing 37 4, 3, 1242| church the Roman Pontiff, cardinals, or diocesan bishops, including 38 7, 1, 1404| civil office of a state;~2/ cardinals;~3/ legates of the Apostolic 39 7, 2, 1558| judge deems otherwise.~§2. Cardinals, patriarchs, bishops, and


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