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1 Intr | study groups, or in other offices who have given their appreciated 2 Intr | faithful and the diversity of offices and functions rooted in 3 Intr | different functions and offices. Finally all agreed that 4 1, 0 | TITLE IX.~ECCLESIASTICAL OFFICES (Cann. 145 - 196)~ 5 1, 0, 145| individual ecclesiastical offices are defined either in the 6 1, 0, 148| Can. 148 The provision of offices is also the competence of 7 1, 0, 152| Two or more incompatible offices, that is, offices which 8 1, 0, 152| incompatible offices, that is, offices which together cannot be 9 1, 0, 157| provide for ecclesiastical offices in his own particular church 10 2, 1, 228| to those ecclesiastical offices and functions which they 11 2, 1, 274| Only clerics can obtain offices for whose exercise the power 12 2, 1, 285| forbidden to assume public offices which entail a participation 13 2, 1, 285| to lay persons or secular offices which entail an obligation 14 2, 1, 289| functions and public civil offices foreign to the clerical 15 2, 1, 292| state, he is deprived of all offices, functions, and any delegated 16 2, 2, 349| Pontiff through the various offices they perform, especially 17 2, 2, 382| he is able to exercise offices which he already had in 18 2, 2, 451| conference, and also other offices and commissions which, in 19 2, 2, 470| appointment of those who exercise offices in the diocesan curia pertains 20 2, 2, 471| those who are admitted to offices in the curia must:~1/ promise 21 2, 2, 507| offer the chapter; other offices are also to be constituted 22 2, 2, 507| consideration.~§2. Other offices can be entrusted to clerics 23 2, 2, 507| the chapter; through these offices they assist the canons according 24 2, 3, 624| do not remain too long in offices of governance without interruption.~§ 25 2, 3, 626| Superiors in the conferral of offices and members in elections 26 2, 3, 660| time of this formation, offices and tasks which may impede 27 2, 3, 671| to accept functions and offices outside the institute without 28 6, 1, 1330| exercise any ecclesiastical offices, ministries, or functions 29 6, 1, 1332| prohibition never affects:~1/ the offices or the power of governance 30 6, 1, 1337| 3, never affect powers, offices, functions, rights, privileges,


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