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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 122| public juridic person is erected from the separated part, 2 2, 1, 237| interdiocesan seminary is to be erected.~§2. An interdiocesan seminary 3 2, 1, 237| interdiocesan seminary is not to be erected unless the conference of 4 2, 1, 238| Seminaries legitimately erected possess juridic personality 5 2, 1, 298| ecclesiastical authority has erected, praised, or commended.~ 6 2, 1, 301| Christian faithful which are erected by competent ecclesiastical 7 2, 1, 319| been made, a legitimately erected public association administers 8 2, 1, 320| suppress associations it has erected.~§2. For grave causes, a 9 2, 1, 320| suppress associations it has erected. A diocesan bishop can suppress 10 2, 1, 320| suppress associations he has erected and also associations which 11 2, 1, 320| religious institutes have erected through apostolic indult 12 2, 1, 328| even those which have been erected by virtue of apostolic privilege, 13 2, 2, 368| apostolic administration erected in a stable manner.~ 14 2, 2, 371| people of God which is not erected as a diocese by the Supreme 15 2, 2, 372| other similar reason can be erected in the same territory.~ 16 2, 2, 373| churches; those legitimately erected possess juridic personality 17 2, 2, 382| records the event. In newly erected dioceses, he takes canonical 18 2, 2, 433| ecclesiastical region can be erected as a juridic person.~ 19 2, 2, 448| conference of bishops can be erected for a territory of lesser 20 2, 2, 449| concerned.~§2. A legitimately erected conference of bishops possesses 21 2, 2, 486| every curia there is to be erected in a safe place a diocesan 22 2, 2, 515| council.~§3. A legitimately erected parish possesses juridic 23 2, 2, 516| proper pastor but not yet erected as a parish because of particular 24 2, 2, 516| certain communities cannot be erected as parishes or quasi-parishes, 25 2, 3, 573| consecrated life canonically erected by competent authority of 26 2, 3, 581| new parts, to join those erected, or to redefine their boundaries 27 2, 3, 589| if the Apostolic See has erected it or approved it through 28 2, 3, 589| however, if it has been erected by a diocesan bishop but 29 2, 3, 609| religious institute are erected by the authority competent 30 2, 3, 610| institute.~§2. No house is to be erected unless it can be judged 31 2, 3, 616| suppress a legitimately erected religious house according 32 2, 3, 621| and has been canonically erected by legitimate authority 33 2, 3, 709| which alone they can be erected even as a juridic person 34 3, 0, 811| least a chair of theology is erected in which classes are also 35 3, 0, 817| faculty which has not been erected or approved by the Apostolic 36 5, 0, 1302| mentioned in can. 114, §2 and erected as a juridic person by competent


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