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1 Intr | Publicis Ecclesiae Negotiis (a 1-I-1968)~CS Pius PP. XII, 2 Intr | Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP Ordo Paenitentiae, 3 Intr | dirigant (Communicationes 1~[1969] 77-86)~PrM SCDS Instr. 4 Intr | Romano Pontifici eligendo, 1 oct. 1975 (AAS 67 [1975] 5 Intr | Congregatio pro Episcopis (a 1-i-1968)~SCEO Sacra Congregatio 6 Intr | Ecclesiis~Orientalibus (a 1-i-1968)~SCGE Sacra Congregatio 7 Intr | seu de Propraganda Fide (a 1-i-1968)~SCh Ioannes Paulus 8 Intr | Institutione Catholica (a 1-i-1968)~SCNE Sacra Congregatio 9 Intr | Congregatio pro Clericis (a 1-i-1968)~SCPF Sacra Congregatio 10 Intr | Institutis Saecularibus (a 1-i-1968)~SCSCD Sacra Congregatio 11 Intr | Church Lumen gentium, nn. 1, 9, 48), is presented as 12 Intr | the Commission on November 1, 1973 on the occasion of 13 Intr | approved nearly unanimously.~1. In renewing the law the 14 1, 0, 1| Can. 1 The canons of this Code 15 1, 0, 5| Can. 5 §1. Universal or particular 16 1, 0, 6| Can. 6 §1. When this Code takes force, 17 1, 0, 6| following are abrogated:~1/ the Code of Canon Law promulgated 18 1, 0, 8| Can. 8 §1. Universal ecclesiastical 19 1, 0, 12| Can. 12 §1. Universal laws bind everywhere 20 1, 0, 13| Can. 13 §1. Particular laws are not 21 1, 0, 13| Travelers are not bound:~1/ by the particular laws 22 1, 0, 15| Can. 15 §1. Ignorance or error about 23 1, 0, 16| Can. 16 §1. The legislator authentically 24 1, 0, 24| Can. 24 §1. No custom which is contrary 25 1, 0, 31| Can. 31 §1. Those who possess executive 26 1, 0, 31| the decrees mentioned in §1, the prescripts of can. 27 1, 0, 33| Can. 33 §1. General executory decrees, 28 1, 0, 34| Can. 34 §1. Instructions clarify the 29 1, 0, 35| the prescript of can. 76, §1.~ 30 1, 0, 36| Can. 36 §1. An administrative act must 31 1, 0, 54| Can. 54 §1. A singular decree whose 32 1, 0, 57| Can. 57 §1. Whenever the law orders 33 1, 0, 58| Can. 58 §1. A singular decree ceases 34 1, 0, 59| Can. 59 §1. A rescript is an administrative 35 1, 0, 63| Can. 63 §1. Subreption, or concealment 36 1, 0, 65| Can. 65 §1. Without prejudice to the 37 1, 0, 67| Can. 67 §1. If it happens that two 38 1, 0, 76| Can. 76 §1. A privilege is a favor 39 1, 0, 77| to the norm of can. 36, §1, but that interpretation 40 1, 0, 78| Can. 78 §1. A privilege is presumed 41 1, 0, 80| Can. 80 §1. No privilege ceases through 42 1, 0, 83| Can. 83 §1. A privilege ceases through 43 1, 0, 87| Can. 87 §1. A diocesan bishop, whenever 44 1, 0, 90| Can. 90 §1. One is not to be dispensed 45 1, 0, 92| to the norm of can. 36, §1, as is the very power to 46 1, 0, 94| Can. 94 §1. Statutes in the proper 47 1, 0, 95| Can. 95 §1. Rules of order (ordines) 48 1, 0, 97| Can. 97 §1. A person who has completed 49 1, 0, 98| Can. 98 §1. A person who has reached 50 1, 0, 101| Can. 101 §1. The place of origin of 51 1, 0, 102| Can. 102 §1. Domicile is acquired by 52 1, 0, 105| Can. 105 §1. A minor necessarily retains 53 1, 0, 107| Can. 107 §1. Through both domicile and 54 1, 0, 108| Can. 108 §1. Consanguinity is computed 55 1, 0, 109| Can. 109 §1. Affinity arises from a 56 1, 0, 111| Can. 111 §1. Through the reception of 57 1, 0, 112| Can. 112 §1. After the reception of 58 1, 0, 112| ritual Church sui iuris:~1/ a person who has obtained 59 1, 0, 112| of those mentioned in nn. 1 and 2 as well as, in a mixed 60 1, 0, 113| Can. 113 §1. The Catholic Church and 61 1, 0, 114| Can. 114 §1. Juridic persons are constituted 62 1, 0, 114| The purposes mentioned in §1 are understood as those 63 1, 0, 115| Can. 115 §1. Juridic persons in the 64 1, 0, 116| Can. 116 §1. Public juridic persons 65 1, 0, 119| statutes provide otherwise:~1/ if it concerns elections, 66 1, 0, 120| Can. 120 §1. A juridic person is perpetual 67 1, 0, 122| or through an executor:~1/ that common, divisible, 68 1, 0, 124| Can. 124 §1. For the validity of a juridic 69 1, 0, 125| Can. 125 §1. An act placed out of force 70 1, 0, 127| Can. 127 §1. When it is established 71 1, 0, 127| persons as individuals:~1/ if consent is required, 72 1, 0, 129| Can. 129 §1. Those who have received 73 1, 0, 131| Can. 131 §1. The ordinary power of governance 74 1, 0, 132| Can. 132 §1. Habitual faculties are 75 1, 0, 133| Can. 133 §1. A delegate who exceeds 76 1, 0, 134| Can. 134 §1. In addition to the Roman 77 1, 0, 134| all those mentioned in §1 except the superiors of 78 1, 0, 135| Can. 135 §1. The power of governance 79 1, 0, 137| Can. 137 §1. Ordinary executive power 80 1, 0, 139| Can. 139 §1. Unless the law determines 81 1, 0, 140| Can. 140 §1. When several persons have 82 1, 0, 142| Can. 142 §1. Delegated power ceases: 83 1, 0, 143| Can. 143 §1. Ordinary power ceases by 84 1, 0, 144| Can. 144 §1. In factual or legal common 85 1, 0, 144| 882, 883, 966, and 1111, §1.~ ~ 86 1, 0, 145| Can. 145 §1. An ecclesiastical office 87 1, 0, 149| Can. 149 §1. To be promoted to an ecclesiastical 88 1, 0, 153| Can. 153 §1. The provision of an office 89 1, 0 | Art. 1.~FREE CONFERRAL~ 90 1, 0, 158| Can. 158 §1. Presentation for an ecclesiastical 91 1, 0, 160| Can. 160 §1. The person who possesses 92 1, 0, 161| Can. 161 §1. Unless the law establishes 93 1, 0, 162| to the norm of can. 158, §1 and can. 161 as well as 94 1, 0, 166| Can. 166 §1. The person presiding offer 95 1, 0, 167| Can. 167 §1. When the notice of the 96 1, 0, 171| Can. 171 §1. The following are effected 97 1, 0, 171| following are effected to vote:~1/ a person incapable of a 98 1, 0, 172| Can. 172 §1. To be valid, a vote must 99 1, 0, 172| be valid, a vote must be:~1/ free; therefore the vote 100 1, 0, 173| Can. 173 §1. Before an election begins, 101 1, 0, 174| Can. 174 §1. Unless the law or the statutes 102 1, 0, 175| authorizing the compromise:~1/ by revocation by the college 103 1, 0, 176| the norm of can. 119, n. 1 is considered elected and 104 1, 0, 177| Can. 177 §1. An election must be communicated 105 1, 0, 179| Can. 179 §1. If the election requires 106 1, 0, 179| to the norm of can. 149, §1, and the election was conducted 107 1, 0, 180| Can. 180 §1. If a canonical impediment 108 1, 0, 181| Can. 181 §1. At least two-thirds of 109 1, 0, 182| Can. 182 §1. A postulation must be sent 110 1, 0, 183| Can. 183 §1. If a postulation has not 111 1, 0, 183| to the norm of can. 177, §1.~§3. A person who accepts 112 1, 0, 184| Can. 184 §1. An ecclesiastical office 113 1, 0 | Art. 1.~RESIGNATION~ 114 1, 0, 189| Can. 189 §1. To be valid, a resignation, 115 1, 0, 190| Can. 190 §1. A transfer can be made 116 1, 0, 191| Can. 191 §1. In a transfer, the prior 117 1, 0, 193| Can. 193 §1. A person cannot be removed 118 1, 0, 194| Can. 194 §1. The following are removed 119 1, 0, 194| office by the law itself:~1/ a person who has lost the 120 1, 0, 196| Can. 196 §1. Privation from office, 121 1, 0, 199| subject to prescription:~1/ rights and obligations 122 1, 0, 201| Can. 201 §1. Continuous time is understood 123 1, 0, 202| Can. 202 §1. In law, a day is understood 124 1, 0, 203| Can. 203 §1. The initial day (a quo) 125 2, 1, 204| Can. 204 §1. The Christian faithful 126 2, 1, 206| Can. 206 §1. Catechumens, that is, those 127 2, 1, 207| Can. 207 §1. By divine institution, 128 2, 1, 209| Can. 209 §1. The Christian faithful, 129 2, 1, 212| Can. 212 §1. Conscious of their own 130 2, 1, 221| Can. 221 §1. The Christian faithful 131 2, 1, 222| Can. 222 §1. The Christian faithful 132 2, 1, 223| Can. 223 §1. In exercising their rights, 133 2, 1, 225| Can. 225 §1. Since, like all the Christian 134 2, 1, 226| Can. 226 §1. According to their own 135 2, 1, 228| Can. 228 §1. Lay persons who are found 136 2, 1, 229| Can. 229 §1. Lay persons are bound by 137 2, 1, 230| Can. 230 §1. Lay men who possess the 138 2, 1, 231| Can. 231 §1. Lay persons who permanently 139 2, 1, 231| prescript of can. 230, §1 and with the prescripts 140 2, 1, 233| Can. 233 §1. The duty of fostering vocations 141 2, 1, 234| Can. 234 §1. Minor seminaries and other 142 2, 1, 235| Can. 235 §1. Young men who intend to 143 2, 1, 236| duties proper to that order:~1/ young men are to live at 144 2, 1, 237| Can. 237 §1. Where it is possible and 145 2, 1, 238| Can. 238 §1. Seminaries legitimately 146 2, 1, 239| Can. 239 §1. Every seminary is to have 147 2, 1, 240| Can. 240 §1. In addition to ordinary 148 2, 1, 241| Can. 241 §1. A diocesan bishop is to 149 2, 1, 242| Can. 242 §1. Each nation is to have 150 2, 1, 242| the program mentioned in §1.~ 151 2, 1, 245| Can. 245 §1. Through their spiritual 152 2, 1, 246| Can. 246 §1. The eucharistic celebration 153 2, 1, 247| Can. 247 §1. Students are to be prepared 154 2, 1, 252| Can. 252 §1. Theological instruction 155 2, 1, 253| Can. 253 §1. The bishop or bishops concerned 156 2, 1, 253| authority mentioned in §1 is to remove a teacher who 157 2, 1, 254| Can. 254 §1. In giving instruction in 158 2, 1, 256| Can. 256 §1. Students are to be instructed 159 2, 1, 257| Can. 257 §1. The instruction of students 160 2, 1, 259| Can. 259 §1. The diocesan bishop or, 161 2, 1, 261| Can. 261 §1. The rector of a seminary 162 2, 1, 264| Can. 264 §1. In addition to the offering 163 2, 1, 266| Can. 266 §1. Through the reception of 164 2, 1, 267| Can. 267 §1. For a cleric already incardinated 165 2, 1, 268| Can. 268 §1. A cleric who has legitimately 166 2, 1, 269| incardination of a cleric unless:~1/ the necessity or advantage 167 2, 1, 271| Can. 271 §1. Apart from the case of 168 2, 1, 274| Can. 274 §1. Only clerics can obtain 169 2, 1, 275| Can. 275 §1. Since clerics all work 170 2, 1, 276| Can. 276 §1. In leading their lives, 171 2, 1, 276| pursue this perfection:~1/ they are first of all to 172 2, 1, 277| Can. 277 §1. Clerics are obliged to 173 2, 1, 278| Can. 278 §1. Secular clerics have the 174 2, 1, 279| Can. 279 §1. Even after ordination to 175 2, 1, 281| Can. 281 §1. Since clerics dedicate 176 2, 1, 282| Can. 282 §1. Clerics are to foster simplicity 177 2, 1, 283| Can. 283 §1. Even if clerics do not 178 2, 1, 285| Can. 285 §1. Clerics are to refrain 179 2, 1, 287| Can. 287 §1. Most especially, clerics 180 2, 1, 289| Can. 289 §1. Since military service 181 2, 1, 290| loses the clerical state:~1/ by a judicial sentence 182 2, 1, 291| mentioned in can. 290, n. 1, loss of the clerical state 183 2, 1, 295| Can. 295 §1. The statutes established 184 2, 1, 298| Can. 298 §1. In the Church there are 185 2, 1, 299| Can. 299 §1. By means of a private agreement 186 2, 1, 299| mentioned in can. 298, §1, without prejudice to the 187 2, 1, 299| prescript of can. 301, §1.~§2. Even if ecclesiastical 188 2, 1, 301| Can. 301 §1. It is for the competent 189 2, 1, 304| Can. 304 §1. All public or private associations 190 2, 1, 305| Can. 305 §1. All associations of the 191 2, 1, 307| Can. 307 §1. The reception of members 192 2, 1, 312| Can. 312 §1. The authority competent 193 2, 1, 312| public associations is:~1/ the Holy See for universal 194 2, 1, 314| to the norm of can. 312, §1.~ 195 2, 1, 315| mentioned in can. 312, §1.~ 196 2, 1, 316| Can. 316 §1. A person who has publicly 197 2, 1, 316| situation mentioned in §1, after being warned, are 198 2, 1, 316| mentioned in can. 312, §1.~ 199 2, 1, 317| Can. 317 §1. Unless the statutes provide 200 2, 1, 317| mentioned in can. 312, §1 to confirm the moderator 201 2, 1, 317| 2. The norm stated in §1 is also valid for associations 202 2, 1, 318| Can. 318 §1. In special circumstances 203 2, 1, 318| mentioned in Can. 312, §1 can designate a trustee 204 2, 1, 319| Can. 319 §1. Unless other provision 205 2, 1, 319| mentioned in can. 312, §1, to which it must render 206 2, 1, 320| Can. 320 §1. Only the Holy See can suppress 207 2, 1, 322| Can. 322 §1. A private association of 208 2, 1, 322| mentioned in can. 312, §1 has approved its statutes. 209 2, 1, 323| Can. 323 §1. Although private associations 210 2, 1, 324| Can. 324 §1. A private association of 211 2, 1, 325| Can. 325 §1. A private association of 212 2, 1, 326| Can. 326 §1. A private association of 213 2, 2 | Art. 1.~THE ROMAN PONTIFF~ 214 2, 2, 332| Can. 332 §1. The Roman Pontiff obtains 215 2, 2, 333| Can. 333 §1. By virtue of his office, 216 2, 2, 337| Can. 337 §1. The college of bishops 217 2, 2, 338| Can. 338 §1. It is for the Roman Pontiff 218 2, 2, 339| Can. 339 §1. All the bishops and only 219 2, 2, 341| Can. 341 §1. The decrees of an ecumenical 220 2, 2, 344| of the Roman Pontiff who:~1/ convokes a synod as often 221 2, 2, 346| Can. 346 §1. A synod of bishops assembled 222 2, 2, 347| Can. 347 §1. When the Roman Pontiff 223 2, 2, 348| Can. 348 §1. The synod of bishops has 224 2, 2, 350| Can. 350 §1. The college of cardinals 225 2, 2, 351| Can. 351 §1. The Roman Pontiff freely 226 2, 2, 352| Can. 352 §1. The dean presides offer 227 2, 2, 353| Can. 353 §1. The cardinals especially 228 2, 2, 355| Can. 355 §1. The cardinal dean is competent 229 2, 2, 357| Can. 357 §1. The cardinals who have 230 2, 2, 363| Can. 363 §1. To the legates of the Roman 231 2, 2, 364| for his own jurisdiction:~1/ to send information to 232 2, 2, 365| Can. 365 §1. It is also the special 233 2, 2, 365| norms of international law:~1/ to promote and foster relations 234 2, 2, 365| the affairs mentioned in §1, a pontifical legate, as 235 2, 2, 366| the function of a legate:~1/ the seat of a pontifical 236 2, 2, 371| Can. 371 §1. An apostolic vicariate 237 2, 2, 372| Can. 372 §1. As a rule, a portion of 238 2, 2, 374| Can. 374 §1. Every diocese or other 239 2, 2 | Art. 1.~BISHOPS IN GENERAL~ 240 2, 2, 375| Can. 375 §1. Bishops, who by divine 241 2, 2, 377| Can. 377 §1. The Supreme Pontiff freely 242 2, 2, 378| Can. 378 §1. In regard to the suitability 243 2, 2, 378| is required that he is:~1/ outstanding in solid faith, 244 2, 2, 381| Can. 381 §1. A diocesan bishop in the 245 2, 2, 382| Can. 382 §1. One promoted as bishop 246 2, 2, 383| Can. 383 §1. In exercising the function 247 2, 2, 386| Can. 386 §1. A diocesan bishop, frequently 248 2, 2, 388| Can. 388 §1. After the diocesan bishop 249 2, 2, 388| on the days mentioned in §1. If he is legitimately impeded 250 2, 2, 388| obligation mentioned in §§1-3 is to apply as soon as 251 2, 2, 391| Can. 391 §1. It is for the diocesan 252 2, 2, 392| Can. 392 §1. Since he must protect the 253 2, 2, 394| Can. 394 §1. A bishop is to foster various 254 2, 2, 395| Can. 395 §1. Even if a diocesan bishop 255 2, 2, 396| Can. 396 §1. A bishop is obliged to 256 2, 2, 397| Can. 397 §1. Persons, Catholic institutions, 257 2, 2, 399| Can. 399 §1. Every Five years a diocesan 258 2, 2, 400| Can. 400 §1. Unless the Apostolic See 259 2, 2, 401| Can. 401 §1. A diocesan bishop who has 260 2, 2, 402| Can. 402 §1. A bishop whose resignation 261 2, 2, 403| Can. 403 §1. When the pastoral needs 262 2, 2, 404| Can. 404 §1. A coadjutor bishop takes 263 2, 2, 405| Can. 405 §1. A coadjutor bishop and 264 2, 2, 406| Can. 406 §1. The diocesan bishop is 265 2, 2, 406| prejudice to the provision of §1, a diocesan bishop is to 266 2, 2, 407| Can. 407 §1. In order to foster the 267 2, 2, 408| Can. 408 §1. A coadjutor bishop and 268 2, 2, 409| Can. 409 §1. When the episcopal see 269 2, 2 | Art. 1.~THE IMPEDED SEE~ 270 2, 2, 413| Can. 413 §1. When a see is impeded, 271 2, 2, 413| and the list mentioned in §1 is not available, it is 272 2, 2, 413| according to the norm of §§1 or 2 is to advise the Holy 273 2, 2, 418| Can. 418 §1. Upon certain notice of 274 2, 2, 418| he has been transferred:~1/ obtains the power of a 275 2, 2, 421| Can. 421 §1. The college of consultors 276 2, 2, 423| Can. 423 §1. One diocesan administrator 277 2, 2, 425| Can. 425 §1. Only a priest who has completed 278 2, 2, 425| previously mentioned in §1 have been neglected, the 279 2, 2, 425| contrary to the prescripts of §1, however, are null by the 280 2, 2, 427| Can. 427 §1. A diocesan administrator 281 2, 2, 428| Can. 428 §1. When a see is vacant, nothing 282 2, 2, 430| Can. 430 §1. The function of a diocesan 283 2, 2, 431| Can. 431 §1. To promote the common pastoral 284 2, 2, 432| Can. 432 §1. The provincial council 285 2, 2, 433| Can. 433 §1. If it seems advantageous, 286 2, 2, 436| Can. 436 §1. In the suffragan dioceses, 287 2, 2, 436| metropolitan is competent:~1/ to exercise vigilance so 288 2, 2, 437| Can. 437 §1. Within three months from 289 2, 2, 439| Can. 439 §1. A plenary council, that 290 2, 2, 439| The norm established in §1 is valid also for the celebration 291 2, 2, 440| Can. 440 §1. A provincial council for 292 2, 2, 441| the conference of bishops:~1/ to convoke a plenary council;~ 293 2, 2, 442| Can. 442 §1. It is for the metropolitan 294 2, 2, 442| of the suffragan bishops:~1/ to convoke a provincial 295 2, 2, 443| Can. 443 §1. The following must be called 296 2, 2, 443| deliberative vote in them:~1/ diocesan bishops;~2/ coadjutor 297 2, 2, 443| only a consultative vote:~1/ the vicars general and 298 2, 2, 443| of those mentioned in §§1-3.~§5. Moreover, cathedral 299 2, 2, 444| Can. 444 §1. All who are called to particular 300 2, 2, 448| Can. 448 §1. As a general rule, a conference 301 2, 2, 449| Can. 449 §1. It is only for the supreme 302 2, 2, 450| Can. 450 §1. To a conference of bishops 303 2, 2, 452| Can. 452 §1. Each conference of bishops 304 2, 2, 454| Can. 454 §1. By the law itself, diocesan 305 2, 2, 454| only those mentioned in §1 have a deliberative vote 306 2, 2, 455| Can. 455 §1. A conference of bishops 307 2, 2, 455| The decrees mentioned in §1, in order to be enacted 308 2, 2, 455| the power mentioned in §1 to a conference of bishops, 309 2, 2, 458| the general secretariat:~1/ to prepare a report of 310 2, 2, 459| Can. 459 §1. Relations between conferences 311 2, 2, 461| Can. 461 §1. A diocesan synod is to 312 2, 2, 462| Can. 462 §1. The diocesan bishop alone 313 2, 2, 463| Can. 463 §1. The following must be called 314 2, 2, 463| obliged to participate in it:~1/ a coadjutor bishop and 315 2, 2, 468| Can. 468 §1. The diocesan bishop is 316 2, 2, 471| offices in the curia must:~1/ promise to fulfill their 317 2, 2, 473| Can. 473 §1. A diocesan bishop must 318 2, 2 | Art. 1.~VICARS GENERAL AND EPISCOPAL 319 2, 2, 475| Can. 475 §1. In each diocese the diocesan 320 2, 2, 477| Can. 477 §1. The diocesan bishop freely 321 2, 2, 478| Can. 478 §1. A vicar general and an 322 2, 2, 479| Can. 479 §1. By virtue of office, the 323 2, 2, 479| same power mentioned in §1 but only offer the specific 324 2, 2, 481| Can. 481 §1. The power of a vicar general 325 2, 2, 482| Can. 482 §1. In every curia a chancellor 326 2, 2, 483| Can. 483 §1. Besides the chancellor, 327 2, 2, 484| is the duty of notaries:~1/ to draw up the acts and 328 2, 2, 486| Can. 486 §1. All documents which regard 329 2, 2, 487| Can. 487 §1. The archive must be locked 330 2, 2, 489| Can. 489 §1. In the diocesan curia there 331 2, 2, 490| Can. 490 §1. Only the bishop is to have 332 2, 2, 491| Can. 491 §1. A diocesan bishop is to 333 2, 2, 491| documents mentioned in §§1 and 2, the norms established 334 2, 2, 492| Can. 492 §1. In every diocese a Finance 335 2, 2, 494| Can. 494 §1. In every diocese, after 336 2, 2, 495| Can. 495 §1. In each diocese a presbyteral 337 2, 2, 497| the presbyteral council:~1/ the priests themselves 338 2, 2, 498| Can. 498 §1. The following have the 339 2, 2, 498| constituting a presbyteral council:~1/ all secular priests incardinated 340 2, 2, 500| Can. 500 §1. It is for the diocesan 341 2, 2, 501| Can. 501 §1. Members of the presbyteral 342 2, 2, 502| Can. 502 §1. From among the members 343 2, 2, 506| Can. 506 §1. The statutes of a chapter 344 2, 2, 507| Can. 507 §1. One of the canons is to 345 2, 2, 508| Can. 508 §1. By virtue of office, the 346 2, 2, 509| Can. 509 §1. After having heard the 347 2, 2, 510| Can. 510 §1. Parishes are no longer 348 2, 2, 512| Can. 512 §1. A pastoral council consists 349 2, 2, 513| Can. 513 §1. A pastoral council is constituted 350 2, 2, 514| Can. 514 §1. A pastoral council possesses 351 2, 2, 515| Can. 515 §1. A parish is a certain community 352 2, 2, 516| Can. 516 §1. Unless the law provides 353 2, 2, 517| Can. 517 §1. When circumstances require 354 2, 2, 520| Can. 520 §1. A juridic person is not 355 2, 2, 520| mentioned in can. 517, §1.~§2. The entrusting of a 356 2, 2, 520| of a parish mentioned in §1 can be made either perpetually 357 2, 2, 521| Can. 521 §1. To become a pastor validly, 358 2, 2, 523| prescript of can. 682, §1, the provision of the office 359 2, 2, 525| the diocese temporarily:~1/ to install or confirm presbyters 360 2, 2, 526| Can. 526 §1. A pastor is to have the 361 2, 2, 526| with the norm of can. 517, §1; any contrary custom is 362 2, 2, 527| Can. 527 §1. The person who has been 363 2, 2, 528| Can. 528 §1. A pastor is obliged to 364 2, 2, 529| Can. 529 §1. In order to fulfill his 365 2, 2, 530| especially entrusted to a pastor:~1/ the administration of baptism;~ 366 2, 2, 533| Can. 533 §1. A pastor is obliged to 367 2, 2, 534| Can. 534 §1. After a pastor has taken 368 2, 2, 534| on the days mentioned in §1.~§3. A pastor who has not 369 2, 2, 534| obligation mentioned in §§1 and 2 is to apply as soon 370 2, 2, 535| Can. 535 §1. Each parish is to have 371 2, 2, 536| Can. 536 §1. If the diocesan bishop 372 2, 2, 538| Can. 538 §1. A pastor ceases from office 373 2, 2, 540| Can. 540 §1. A parochial administrator 374 2, 2, 541| Can. 541 §1. When a parish becomes vacant 375 2, 2, 541| according to the norm of §1 is immediately to inform 376 2, 2, 542| to the norm of can. 517, §1:~1/ must be endowed with 377 2, 2, 542| the norm of can. 517, §1:~1/ must be endowed with the 378 2, 2, 543| Can. 543 §1. If the pastoral care of 379 2, 2, 543| who belong to the group:~1/ are bound by the obligation 380 2, 2, 544| mentioned in can. 517, §1 or its moderator ceases 381 2, 2, 545| Can. 545 §1. Whenever it is necessary 382 2, 2, 547| prescript of can. 682, §1.~ 383 2, 2, 548| Can. 548 §1. The obligations and rights 384 2, 2, 549| prescripts of can. 541, §1 are to be observed when 385 2, 2, 550| Can. 550 §1. A parochial vicar is obliged 386 2, 2, 553| Can. 553 §1. A vicar forane, who is 387 2, 2, 554| Can. 554 §1. For the office of vicar 388 2, 2, 555| Can. 555 §1. In addition to the faculties 389 2, 2, 555| has the duty and right:~1/ of promoting and coordinating 390 2, 2, 555| to him, the vicar forane:~1/ is to see to it that, according 391 2, 2 | Art. 1.~RECTORS OF CHURCHES~ 392 2, 2, 557| Can. 557 §1. The diocesan bishop freely 393 2, 2, 558| mentioned in can. 530, nn. 1-6 in the church entrusted 394 2, 2, 566| Can. 566 §1. A chaplain must be provided 395 2, 2, 567| Can. 567 §1. The local ordinary is not 396 2, 3, 573| Can. 573 §1. The life consecrated through 397 2, 3, 574| Can. 574 §1. The state of those who 398 2, 3, 586| Can. 586 §1. A just autonomy of life, 399 2, 3, 587| Can. 587 §1. To protect more faithfully 400 2, 3, 588| Can. 588 §1. By its very nature, the 401 2, 3, 590| Can. 590 §1. Inasmuch as institutes 402 2, 3, 592| Can. 592 §1. In order better to foster 403 2, 3, 595| Can. 595 §1. It is for the bishop of 404 2, 3, 596| Can. 596 §1. Superiors and chapters 405 2, 3, 596| the power mentioned in §1.~ 406 2, 3, 597| Can. 597 §1. Any Catholic endowed with 407 2, 3, 598| Can. 598 §1. Each institute, attentive 408 2, 3, 603| Can. 603 §1. In addition to institutes 409 2, 3, 604| Can. 604 §1. Similar to these forms 410 2, 3, 607| Can. 607 §1. As a consecration of the 411 2, 3, 609| Can. 609 §1. Houses of a religious institute 412 2, 3, 610| Can. 610 §1. The erection of houses 413 2, 3, 611| institute entails the right:~1/ to lead a life according 414 2, 3, 613| Can. 613 §1. A religious house of canons 415 2, 3, 616| Can. 616 §1. The supreme moderator can 416 2, 3 | Art. 1.~SUPERIORS AND COUNCILS~ 417 2, 3, 624| Can. 624 §1. Superiors are to be constituted 418 2, 3, 625| Can. 625 §1. The supreme moderator of 419 2, 3, 627| Can. 627 §1. According to the norm of 420 2, 3, 628| Can. 628 §1. The superiors whom the 421 2, 3, 628| to religious discipline:~1/ the autonomous monasteries 422 2, 3, 630| Can. 630 §1. Superiors are to recognize 423 2, 3, 631| Can. 631 §1. The general chapter, which 424 2, 3, 633| Can. 633 §1. Organs of participation 425 2, 3, 634| Can. 634 §1. As juridic persons by the 426 2, 3, 635| Can. 635 §1. Since the temporal goods 427 2, 3, 636| Can. 636 §1. In each institute and likewise 428 2, 3, 638| Can. 638 §1. Within the scope of universal 429 2, 3, 639| Can. 639 §1. If a juridic person has 430 2, 3 | Art. 1.~ADMISSION TO THE NOVITIATE~ 431 2, 3, 643| Can. 643 §1. The following are admitted 432 2, 3, 643| the novitiate invalidly:~1/ one who has not yet completed 433 2, 3, 645| Can. 645 §1. Before candidates are admitted 434 2, 3, 647| Can. 647 §1. The erection, transfer, 435 2, 3, 648| Can. 648 §1. To be valid, a novitiate 436 2, 3, 648| the period mentioned in §1, the constitutions can establish 437 2, 3, 649| Can. 649 §1. Without prejudice to the 438 2, 3, 650| Can. 650 §1. The scope of the novitiate 439 2, 3, 651| Can. 651 §1. The director of novices 440 2, 3, 652| Can. 652 §1. It is for the director 441 2, 3, 652| mentioned in can. 648, §1 is to be devoted solely 442 2, 3, 653| Can. 653 §1. A novice can freely leave 443 2, 3, 656| profession it is required that:~1/ the person who is to make 444 2, 3, 657| Can. 657 §1. When the period for which 445 2, 3, 658| of perpetual profession:~1/ the completion of at least 446 2, 3, 659| Can. 659 §1. In individual institutes 447 2, 3, 660| Can. 660 §1. Formation is to be systematic, 448 2, 3, 663| Can. 663 §1. The first and foremost 449 2, 3, 665| Can. 665 §1. Observing common life, 450 2, 3, 667| Can. 667 §1. In all houses, cloister 451 2, 3, 668| Can. 668 §1. Before first profession, 452 2, 3, 669| Can. 669 §1. Religious are to wear the 453 2, 3, 675| Can. 675 §1. Apostolic action belongs 454 2, 3, 677| Can. 677 §1. Superiors and members are 455 2, 3, 678| Can. 678 §1. Religious are subject to 456 2, 3, 681| Can. 681 §1. Works which a diocesan 457 2, 3, 682| Can. 682 §1. If it concerns conferring 458 2, 3, 683| Can. 683 §1. At the time of pastoral 459 2, 3 | Art. 1.~TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTE~ 460 2, 3, 684| Can. 684 §1. A member in perpetual vows 461 2, 3, 685| Can. 685 §1. Until a person makes profession 462 2, 3, 686| Can. 686 §1. With the consent of the 463 2, 3, 688| Can. 688 §1. A person who wishes to 464 2, 3, 689| Can. 689 §1. If there are just causes, 465 2, 3, 689| the member mentioned in §1 unsuited to lead the life 466 2, 3, 690| Can. 690 §1. The supreme moderator with 467 2, 3, 691| Can. 691 §1. A perpetually professed 468 2, 3, 694| Can. 694 §1. A member must be held as 469 2, 3, 694| dismissed from an institute who:~1/ has defected notoriously 470 2, 3, 695| Can. 695 §1. A member must be dismissed 471 2, 3, 696| Can. 696 §1. A member can also be dismissed 472 2, 3, 697| dismissal must be begun:~1/ the major superior is to 473 2, 3, 699| Can. 699 §1. The supreme moderator with 474 2, 3, 702| Can. 702 §1. Those who depart from a 475 2, 3, 704| referred to in can. 592, §1, which is to be sent to 476 2, 3, 706| religious mentioned above:~1/ if he has lost the right 477 2, 3, 707| Can. 707 §1. A retired religious bishop 478 2, 3, 713| Can. 713 §1. Members of these institutes 479 2, 3, 715| Can. 715 §1. Clerical members incardinated 480 2, 3, 716| Can. 716 §1. All members are to participate 481 2, 3, 717| Can. 717 §1. The constitutions are to 482 2, 3, 719| Can. 719 §1. For members to respond 483 2, 3, 721| Can. 721 §1. A person is admitted to 484 2, 3, 721| initial probation invalidly:~1/ who has not yet attained 485 2, 3, 722| Can. 722 §1. Initial probation is to 486 2, 3, 723| Can. 723 §1. When the period of initial 487 2, 3, 724| Can. 724 §1. Formation after the first 488 2, 3, 726| Can. 726 §1. When the period of temporary 489 2, 3, 727| Can. 727 §1. After having considered 490 2, 3, 730| prescripts of cann. 684, §§1, 2, 4, and 685 are to be 491 2, 3, 731| Can. 731 §1. Societies of apostolic 492 2, 3, 733| Can. 733 §1. The competent authority 493 2, 3, 735| Can. 735 §1. The proper law of each 494 2, 3, 736| Can. 736 §1. In clerical societies, 495 2, 3, 736| observed, without prejudice to §1.~ 496 2, 3, 738| Can. 738 §1. All members are subject 497 2, 3, 741| Can. 741 §1. Societies and, unless the 498 2, 3, 744| Can. 744 §1. It is equally reserved 499 3, 0, 747| Can. 747 §1. The Church, to which Christ 500 3, 0, 748| Can. 748 §1. All persons are bound to


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