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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
auxiliary
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | William E. Lori, S.T.D., V.G.~Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese 2 2, 1, 252| ecclesiastical history, and other auxiliary and special disciplines, 3 2, 2, 377| bishop who judges that an auxiliary should be given to his diocese 4 2, 2, 395| bishop has a coadjutor or auxiliary, he is bound by the law 5 2, 2, 396| the coadjutor bishop, an auxiliary, vicar general, episcopal 6 2, 2, 400| coadjutor, if he has one, or auxiliary, or a suitable priest of 7 2, 2 | Art. 3.~COADJUTOR AND AUXILIARY BISHOPS~ 8 2, 2, 403| suggest it, one or more auxiliary bishops are to be appointed 9 2, 2, 403| the diocesan bishop. An auxiliary bishop does not possess 10 2, 2, 403| of a personal nature, an auxiliary bishop provided with special 11 2, 2, 404| records the event.~§2. An auxiliary bishop takes possession 12 2, 2, 404| coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop show the apostolic 13 2, 2, 405| coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary bishop have the obligations 14 2, 2, 405| coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop mentioned in can. 15 2, 2, 406| coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary bishop mentioned in can. 16 2, 2, 406| bishop is to appoint his auxiliary or auxiliaries as vicars 17 2, 2, 406| the coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop mentioned in can. 18 2, 2, 407| bishop, a coadjutor, and the auxiliary mentioned in can. 403, § 19 2, 2, 407| is to wish to consult the auxiliary bishops before others.~§ 20 2, 2, 407| coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary bishop are called to share 21 2, 2, 408| coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary bishop who are not prevented 22 2, 2, 408| functions which a coadjutor or auxiliary bishop can exercise.~ 23 2, 2, 409| established otherwise, an auxiliary bishop preserves all and 24 2, 2, 410| coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary bishop are obliged to reside 25 2, 2, 411| apply to a coadjutor and auxiliary bishop.~ 26 2, 2, 413| governance passes to an auxiliary bishop, the vicar general, 27 2, 2, 419| diocese devolves upon the auxiliary bishop or, if there are 28 2, 2, 419| promotion. If there is no auxiliary bishop, however, it devolves 29 2, 2, 422| Can. 422 An auxiliary bishop or, if there is none, 30 2, 2, 443| bishops;~2/ coadjutor and auxiliary bishops;~3/ other titular 31 2, 2, 450| law, coadjutor bishops, auxiliary bishops, and other titular 32 2, 2, 454| conference of bishops.~§2. Auxiliary bishops and other titular 33 2, 2, 463| a coadjutor bishop and auxiliary bishops;~2/ vicars general, 34 2, 2, 477| episcopal vicar who is not an auxiliary bishop is to be appointed


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