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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
secular
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | archbishops and bishops, 73 secular presbyters, 47 religious 2 2, 1, 225| affairs and in exercising secular functions.~ 3 2, 1, 266| diaconate, a member of a secular institute is incardinated 4 2, 1, 278| Can. 278 §1. Secular clerics have the right to 5 2, 1, 278| the clerical state.~§2. Secular clerics are to hold in esteem 6 2, 1, 285| belonging to lay persons or secular offices which entail an 7 2, 1, 294| presbyters and deacons of the secular clergy, to promote a suitable 8 2, 1, 303| religious institute while in secular life, lead an apostolic 9 2, 2, 377| of others from both the secular and non-secular clergy and 10 2, 2, 498| presbyteral council:~1/ all secular priests incardinated in 11 2, 2, 498| incardinated in the diocese;~2/ secular priests not incardinated 12 2, 3, 644| to admit to the novitiate secular clerics without consulting 13 2, 3, 680| also between them and the secular clergy, there is to be fostered 14 2, 3, 684| transfer to be made to a secular institute or a society of 15 2, 3 | TITLE III.~SECULAR INSTITUTES (Cann. 710 - 16 2, 3, 710| Can. 710 A secular institute is an institute 17 2, 3, 711| consecration of a member of a secular institute does not change 18 2, 3, 713| community according to their own secular way of life.~§3. Through 19 2, 3, 730| order for a member of a secular institute to transfer to 20 2, 3, 730| institute to transfer to another secular institute, the prescripts 21 2, 3, 730| apostolic life or from them to a secular institute, the permission 22 2, 3, 736| of orders, the norms for secular clerics are to be observed, 23 3, 0, 784| or non-natives, whether secular clerics, members of institutes 24 4, 1, 957| ordinary in churches of secular clergy and to the superiors 25 4, 1, 1016| intend to be enrolled in the secular clergy, the proper bishop 26 4, 1, 1016| presbyteral ordination of secular clerics, it is the bishop 27 4, 1, 1018| dimissorial letters for secular clergy:~1/ the proper bishop 28 4, 1, 1019| constitutions.~§2. The law for secular clerics governs the ordination 29 6, 1, 1336| or territory can affect secular clerics and, within the 30 7, 1, 1426| between a religious and a secular cleric or lay person or


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