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501 3, 0, 749| Can. 749 §1. By virtue of his office, 502 3, 0, 750| Can. 750 §1. A person must believe with 503 3, 0, 755| Can. 755 §1. It is above all for the 504 3, 0, 756| Can. 756 §1. With respect to the universal 505 3, 0, 766| prejudice to can. 767, §1.~ 506 3, 0, 767| Can. 767 §1. Among the forms of preaching, 507 3, 0, 768| Can. 768 §1. Those who proclaim the 508 3, 0, 771| Can. 771 §1. Pastors of souls, especially 509 3, 0, 772| Can. 772 §1. In the exercise of preaching, 510 3, 0, 774| Can. 774 §1. Under the direction of 511 3, 0, 775| Can. 775 §1. Having observed the prescripts 512 3, 0, 777| take care in a special way:~1/ that suitable catechesis 513 3, 0, 782| Can. 782 §1. The Roman Pontiff and the 514 3, 0, 785| Can. 785 §1. Catechists are to be used 515 3, 0, 787| Can. 787 §1. By the witness of their 516 3, 0, 788| Can. 788 §1. When the period of the 517 3, 0, 790| Can. 790 §1. It is for the diocesan 518 3, 0, 790| territories of a mission:~1/ to promote, direct, and 519 3, 0, 790| diocesan bishop mentioned in §1, n. 1.~ 520 3, 0, 790| bishop mentioned in §1, n. 1.~ 521 3, 0, 791| in individual dioceses:~1/ missionary vocations are 522 3, 0, 793| Can. 793 §1. Parents and those who take 523 3, 0, 794| Can. 794 §1. The duty and right of educating 524 3, 0, 796| Can. 796 §1. Among the means to foster 525 3, 0, 800| Can. 800 §1. The Church has the right 526 3, 0, 802| Can. 802 §1. If schools which offer 527 3, 0, 803| Can. 803 §1. A Catholic school is understood 528 3, 0, 804| Can. 804 §1. The Catholic religious 529 3, 0, 806| Can. 806 §1. The diocesan bishop has 530 3, 0, 810| Can. 810 §1. The authority competent 531 3, 0, 811| Can. 811 §1. The competent ecclesiastical 532 3, 0, 816| Can. 816 §1. Ecclesiastical universities 533 3, 0, 822| Can. 822 §1. The pastors of the Church, 534 3, 0, 823| Can. 823 §1. In order to preserve the 535 3, 0, 823| and right mentioned in §1 with regard to the Christian 536 3, 0, 824| Can. 824 §1. Unless it is established 537 3, 0, 825| Can. 825 §1. Books of the sacred scriptures 538 3, 0, 826| Can. 826 §1. The prescripts of can. 539 3, 0, 827| Can. 827 §1. To be published, catechisms 540 3, 0, 830| Can. 830 §1. The conference of bishops 541 3, 0, 831| Can. 831 §1. Except for a just and reasonable 542 3, 0, 833| approved by the Apostolic See:~1/ in the presence of the 543 4, 0, 834| Can. 834 §1. The Church fulfills its 544 4, 0, 835| Can. 835 §1. The bishops in the first 545 4, 0, 837| Can. 837 §1. Liturgical actions are 546 4, 0, 838| Can. 838 §1. The direction of the sacred 547 4, 0, 839| Can. 839 §1. The Church carries out 548 4, 1, 842| Can. 842 §1. A person who has not received 549 4, 1, 843| Can. 843 §1. Sacred ministers cannot 550 4, 1, 844| Can. 844 §1. Catholic ministers administer 551 4, 1, 845| Can. 845 §1. Since the sacraments of 552 4, 1, 845| sacraments mentioned in §1~were actually or validly 553 4, 1, 846| Can. 846 §1. In celebrating the sacraments 554 4, 1, 847| Can. 847 §1. In administering the sacraments 555 4, 1, 851| properly; consequently:~1/ an adult who intends to 556 4, 1, 852| Can. 852 §1. The prescripts of the canons 557 4, 1, 857| Can. 857 §1. Apart from a case of necessity, 558 4, 1, 858| Can. 858 §1. Every parish church is 559 4, 1, 860| Can. 860 §1. Apart from a case of necessity, 560 4, 1, 861| Can. 861 §1. The ordinary minister of 561 4, 1, 861| prescript of can. 530, n. 1.~§2. When an ordinary minister 562 4, 1, 865| Can. 865 §1. For an adult to be baptized, 563 4, 1, 867| Can. 867 §1. Parents are obliged to 564 4, 1, 868| Can. 868 §1. For an infant to be baptized 565 4, 1, 868| to be baptized licitly:~1/ the parents or at least 566 4, 1, 869| Can. 869 §1. If there is a doubt whether 567 4, 1, 869| the cases mentioned in §§1 and 2 the conferral or validity 568 4, 1, 874| Can. 874 §1. To be permitted to take 569 4, 1, 874| of sponsor a person must:~1/ be designated by the one 570 4, 1, 877| Can. 877 §1. The pastor of the place 571 4, 1, 877| according to the norm of §§1 and 2, with due regard for 572 4, 1, 878| to the norm of can. 877, §1.~ ~ 573 4, 1, 880| Can. 880 §1. The sacrament of confirmation 574 4, 1, 883| confirmation by the law itself:~1/ within the boundaries of 575 4, 1, 884| Can. 884 §1. The diocesan bishop is 576 4, 1, 885| Can. 885 §1. The diocesan bishop is 577 4, 1, 886| Can. 886 §1. A bishop in his diocese 578 4, 1, 889| Can. 889 §1. Every baptized person not 579 4, 1, 893| Can. 893 §1. To perform the function 580 4, 1, 899| Can. 899 §1. The eucharistic celebration 581 4, 1 | Art. 1.~THE MINISTER OF THE MOST 582 4, 1, 900| Can. 900 §1. The minister who is able 583 4, 1, 905| Can. 905 §1. A priest is not permitted 584 4, 1, 910| Can. 910 §1. The ordinary minister of 585 4, 1, 911| Can. 911 §1. The pastor, parochial vicars, 586 4, 1, 913| Can. 913 §1. The administration of the 587 4, 1, 919| Can. 919 §1. A person who is to receive 588 4, 1, 920| Can. 920 §1. After being initiated into 589 4, 1, 921| Can. 921 §1. The Christian faithful 590 4, 1, 924| Can. 924 §1. The most holy eucharistic 591 4, 1, 930| Can. 930 §1. If an infirm or elderly 592 4, 1, 932| Can. 932 §1. The eucharistic celebration 593 4, 1, 934| Can. 934 §1. The Most Holy Eucharist:~ 594 4, 1, 934| The Most Holy Eucharist:~1/ must be reserved in the 595 4, 1, 938| Can. 938 §1. The Most Holy Eucharist 596 4, 1, 941| Can. 941 §1. In churches or oratories 597 4, 1, 944| Can. 944 §1. When it can be done in 598 4, 1, 945| Can. 945 §1. In accord with the approved 599 4, 1, 951| Can. 951 §1. A priest who celebrates 600 4, 1, 952| Can. 952 §1. It is for the provincial 601 4, 1, 952| local custom mentioned in §§1 and 2.~ 602 4, 1, 955| Can. 955 §1. A person who intends to 603 4, 1, 958| Can. 958 §1. The pastor and the rector 604 4, 1, 961| Can. 961 §1. Absolution cannot be imparted 605 4, 1, 961| individual confession unless:~1/ danger of death is imminent 606 4, 1, 961| according to the norm of §1, n. 2 are present. He can 607 4, 1, 962| Can. 962 §1. For a member of the Christian 608 4, 1, 962| requirements of the norm of §1. An exhortation that each 609 4, 1, 964| Can. 964 §1. The proper place to hear 610 4, 1, 966| Can. 966 §1. The valid absolution of 611 4, 1, 967| Can. 967 §1. In addition to the Roman 612 4, 1, 968| Can. 968 §1. In virtue of office, a 613 4, 1, 969| Can. 969 §1. The local ordinary alone 614 4, 1, 974| Can. 974 §1. The local ordinary and 615 4, 1, 978| Can. 978 §1. In hearing confessions 616 4, 1, 983| Can. 983 §1. The sacramental seal is 617 4, 1, 984| Can. 984 §1. A confessor is prohibited 618 4, 1, 986| Can. 986 §1. All to whom the care of 619 4, 1, 988| Can. 988 §1. A member of the Christian 620 4, 1, 995| Can. 995 §1. In addition to the supreme 621 4, 1, 996| Can. 996 §1. To be capable of gaining 622 4, 1, 999| the anointing of the sick:~1/ those equivalent to a diocesan 623 4, 1, 1000| Can. 1000 §1. The anointings with the 624 4, 1, 1003| Can. 1003 §1. Every priest and a priest 625 4, 1, 1004| Can. 1004 §1. The anointing of the sick 626 4, 1, 1009| Can. 1009 §1. The orders are the episcopate, 627 4, 1, 1011| Can. 1011 §1. Ordination generally is 628 4, 1, 1015| Can. 1015 §1. Each person is to be ordained 629 4, 1, 1018| Can. 1018 §1. The following can give 630 4, 1, 1018| letters for secular clergy:~1/ the proper bishop mentioned 631 4, 1, 1019| Can. 1019 §1. The major superior of a 632 4, 1, 1025| Can. 1025 §1. To confer the presbyteral 633 4, 1 | Art. 1.~REQUIREMENTS IN THOSE TO 634 4, 1, 1031| Can. 1031 §1. The presbyterate is not 635 4, 1, 1031| according to the norm of §§1 and 2 is reserved to the 636 4, 1, 1032| Can. 1032 §1. Those aspiring to the presbyterate 637 4, 1, 1034| Can. 1034 §1. A person aspiring to the 638 4, 1, 1035| Can. 1035 §1. Before anyone is promoted 639 4, 1, 1041| irregular for receiving orders:~1/ a person who labors under 640 4, 1, 1042| impeded from receiving orders:~1/ a man who has a wife, unless 641 4, 1, 1044| Can. 1044 §1. The following are irregular 642 4, 1, 1044| exercise of orders received:~1/ a person who has received 643 4, 1, 1044| the exercise of orders:~1/ a person who has received 644 4, 1, 1044| mentioned in can. 1041, n. 1 until the ordinary, after 645 4, 1, 1047| Can. 1047 §1. Dispensation from all irregularities 646 4, 1, 1047| reserved to the Apostolic See:~1/ irregularities from the 647 4, 1, 1047| mentioned in can. 1042, n. 1.~§3. Dispensation in public 648 4, 1, 1049| Can. 1049 §1. Petitions to obtain a dispensation 649 4, 1, 1050| documents are required:~1/ a testimonial that studies 650 4, 1, 1051| ordained are to be observed:~1/ there is to be a testimonial 651 4, 1, 1052| Can. 1052 §1. For a bishop conferring 652 4, 1, 1053| Can. 1053 §1. After an ordination has 653 4, 1, 1055| Can. 1055 §1. The matrimonial covenant, 654 4, 1, 1057| Can. 1057 §1. The consent of the parties, 655 4, 1, 1061| Can. 1061 §1. A valid marriage between 656 4, 1, 1062| Can. 1062 §1. A promise of marriage, 657 4, 1, 1063| be offered especially by:~1/ preaching, catechesis adapted 658 4, 1, 1065| Can. 1065 §1. Catholics who have not 659 4, 1, 1071| Can. 1071 §1. Except in a case of necessity, 660 4, 1, 1071| of the local ordinary at:~1/ a marriage of transients;~ 661 4, 1, 1075| Can. 1075 §1. It is only for the supreme 662 4, 1, 1077| Can. 1077 §1. In a special case, the 663 4, 1, 1078| Can. 1078 §1. The local ordinary can 664 4, 1, 1078| to the Apostolic See are:~1/ the impediment arising 665 4, 1, 1079| Can. 1079 §1. In urgent danger of death, 666 4, 1, 1079| circumstances mentioned in §1, but only for cases in which 667 4, 1, 1080| Can. 1080 §1. Whenever an impediment 668 4, 1, 1080| mentioned in can. 1078, §2, n. 1.~§2. This power is valid 669 4, 1, 1083| Can. 1083 §1. A man before he has completed 670 4, 1, 1084| Can. 1084 §1. Antecedent and perpetual 671 4, 1, 1085| Can. 1085 §1. A person bound by the bond 672 4, 1, 1086| Can. 1086 §1. A marriage between two 673 4, 1, 1090| Can. 1090 §1. Anyone who with a view 674 4, 1, 1091| Can. 1091 §1. In the direct line of consanguinity 675 4, 1, 1095| of contracting marriage:~1/ those who lack the sufficient 676 4, 1, 1096| Can. 1096 §1. For matrimonial consent 677 4, 1, 1097| Can. 1097 §1. Error concerning the person 678 4, 1, 1101| Can. 1101 §1. The internal consent of 679 4, 1, 1102| Can. 1102 §1. A marriage subject to a 680 4, 1, 1104| Can. 1104 §1. To contract a marriage 681 4, 1, 1105| Can. 1105 §1. To enter into a marriage 682 4, 1, 1105| proxy it is required that:~1/ there is a special mandate 683 4, 1, 1108| Can. 1108 §1. Only those marriages are 684 4, 1, 1108| mentioned in cann. 144, 1112, §1, 1116, and 1127, §§1-2.~§ 685 4, 1, 1108| 1112, §1, 1116, and 1127, §§1-2.~§2. The person who assists 686 4, 1, 1111| Can. 1111 §1. As long as they hold office 687 4, 1, 1112| Can. 1112 §1. Where there is a lack of 688 4, 1, 1116| Can. 1116 §1. If a person competent to 689 4, 1, 1116| licitly before witnesses only:~1/ in danger of death;~2/ 690 4, 1, 1118| Can. 1118 §1. A marriage between Catholics 691 4, 1, 1121| Can. 1121 §1. After a marriage has been 692 4, 1, 1122| Can. 1122 §1. The contracted marriage 693 4, 1, 1125| conditions have been fulfilled:~1/ the Catholic party is to 694 4, 1, 1127| Can. 1127 §1. The prescripts of can. 695 4, 1, 1127| according to the norm of §1. Likewise, there is not 696 4, 1, 1129| mentioned in can. 1086, §1 impedes.~ 697 4, 1, 1131| secretly entails the following:~1/ the investigations which 698 4, 1, 1138| Can. 1138 §1. The father is he whom a 699 4, 1 | Art. 1.~DISSOLUTION OF THE BOND~ 700 4, 1, 1143| Can. 1143 §1. A marriage entered into 701 4, 1, 1144| Can. 1144 §1. For the baptized party 702 4, 1, 1144| be interrogated whether:~1/ he or she also wishes to 703 4, 1, 1145| Can. 1145 §1. The interrogation is regularly 704 4, 1, 1146| marriage with a Catholic party:~1/ if the other party responded 705 4, 1, 1148| Can. 1148 §1. When he receives baptism 706 4, 1, 1148| the cases mentioned in §1, marriage must be contracted 707 4, 1, 1152| Can. 1152 §1. Although it is earnestly 708 4, 1, 1153| Can. 1153 §1. If either of the spouses 709 4, 1 | Art. 1.~SIMPLE CONVALIDATION~ 710 4, 1, 1156| Can. 1156 §1. To convalidate a marriage 711 4, 1, 1158| Can. 1158 §1. If the impediment is public, 712 4, 1, 1159| Can. 1159 §1. A marriage which is invalid 713 4, 1, 1161| Can. 1161 §1. The radical sanation of 714 4, 1, 1162| Can. 1162 §1. A marriage cannot be radically 715 4, 1, 1163| Can. 1163 §1. A marriage which is invalid 716 4, 1, 1165| Can. 1165 §1. The Apostolic See can grant 717 4, 2, 1167| Can. 1167 §1. The Apostolic See alone 718 4, 2, 1169| Can. 1169 §1. Those marked with the episcopal 719 4, 2, 1172| Can. 1172 §1. No one can perform exorcisms 720 4, 2, 1174| Can. 1174 §1. Clerics are obliged to 721 4, 2, 1176| Can. 1176 §1. Deceased members of the 722 4, 2, 1177| Can. 1177 §1. A funeral for any deceased 723 4, 2, 1180| Can. 1180 §1. If a parish has its own 724 4, 2, 1183| Can. 1183 §1. When it concerns funerals, 725 4, 2, 1184| Can. 1184 §1. Unless they gave some signs 726 4, 2, 1184| ecclesiastical funerals:~1/ notorious apostates, heretics, 727 4, 2, 1190| Can. 1190 §1. It is absolutely forbidden 728 4, 2, 1191| Can. 1191 §1. A vow, that is, a deliberate 729 4, 2, 1192| Can. 1192 §1. A vow is public if a legitimate 730 4, 2, 1196| right acquired by others:~1/ the local ordinary and 731 4, 2, 1199| Can. 1199 §1. An oath, that is, the invocation 732 4, 2, 1200| Can. 1200 §1. A person who freely swears 733 4, 2, 1201| Can. 1201 §1. A promissory oath follows 734 4, 2, 1202| promissory oath ceases:~1/ if it is remitted by the 735 4, 3, 1215| Can. 1215 §1. No church is to be built 736 4, 3, 1217| Can. 1217 §1. After construction has 737 4, 3, 1220| Can. 1220 §1. All those responsible are 738 4, 3, 1222| Can. 1222 §1. If a church cannot be used 739 4, 3, 1224| Can. 1224 §1. The ordinary is not to 740 4, 3, 1232| Can. 1232 §1. The local ordinary is competent 741 4, 3, 1234| Can. 1234 §1. At shrines the means of 742 4, 3, 1235| Can. 1235 §1. An altar, or a table upon 743 4, 3, 1236| Can. 1236 §1. According to the traditional 744 4, 3, 1237| Can. 1237 §1. Fixed altars must be dedicated, 745 4, 3, 1238| Can. 1238 §1. An altar loses its dedication 746 4, 3, 1239| Can. 1239 §1. An altar, whether fixed 747 4, 3, 1240| Can. 1240 §1. Where possible, the Church 748 4, 3, 1241| Can. 1241 §1. Parishes and religious 749 4, 3, 1244| Can. 1244 §1. It is only for the supreme 750 4, 3, 1246| Can. 1246 §1. Sunday, on which by apostolic 751 4, 3, 1248| Can. 1248 §1. A person who assists at 752 5, 0, 1253| Can. 1254 §1. To pursue its proper purposes, 753 5, 0, 1256| Can. 1257 §1. All temporal goods which 754 5, 0, 1260| Can. 1261 §1. The Christian faithful 755 5, 0, 1260| mentioned in can. 222, §1 and in an appropriate manner 756 5, 0, 1263| the bishops of a province:~1/ to fix the fees for acts 757 5, 0, 1264| Can. 1265 §1. Without prejudice to the 758 5, 0, 1266| Can. 1267 §1. Unless the contrary is 759 5, 0, 1266| offerings mentioned in §1 cannot be refused except 760 5, 0, 1271| mentioned in can. 1274, §1.~ ~ 761 5, 0, 1273| Can. 1274 §1. Each diocese is to have 762 5, 0, 1275| Can. 1276 §1. It is for the ordinary 763 5, 0, 1277| mentioned in cann. 1276, §1 and 1279, §2.~ 764 5, 0, 1278| Can. 1279 §1. The administration of ecclesiastical 765 5, 0, 1280| Can. 1281 §1. Without prejudice to the 766 5, 0, 1282| administrators begin their function:~1/ they must take an oath 767 5, 0, 1283| Can. 1284 §1. All administrators are 768 5, 0, 1283| Consequently they must:~1/ exercise vigilance so that 769 5, 0, 1285| Administrators of goods:~1/ in the employment of workers 770 5, 0, 1286| Can. 1287 §1. Both clerical and lay administrators 771 5, 0, 1291| Can. 1292 §1. Without prejudice to the 772 5, 0, 1292| Can. 1293 §1. The alienation of goods 773 5, 0, 1292| requires the following:~1/ a just cause, such as urgent 774 5, 0, 1293| Can. 1294 §1. An asset ordinarily must 775 5, 0, 1298| Can. 1299 §1. A person who by natural 776 5, 0, 1300| Can. 1301 §1. The ordinary is the executor 777 5, 0, 1301| Can. 1302 §1. A person who has accepted 778 5, 0, 1301| ordinary mentioned in §§1 and 2 is the local ordinary; 779 5, 0, 1302| Can. 1303 §1. In law, the term pious 780 5, 0, 1302| pious foundations includes:~1/ autonomous pious foundations, 781 5, 0, 1302| mentioned in can. 1274, §1 when the time is completed 782 5, 0, 1303| Can. 1304 §1. For a juridic person to 783 5, 0, 1305| Can. 1306 §1. Foundations, even if made 784 5, 0, 1306| Can. 1307 §1. A list of the obligations 785 5, 0, 1306| mentioned in can. 958, §1, another book is to be maintained 786 5, 0, 1307| Can. 1308 §1. A reduction of the obligations 787 5, 0, 1309| Can. 1310 §1. The ordinary, only for 788 6, 1, 1311| Can. 1312 §1. The following are penal 789 6, 1, 1311| sanctions in the Church:~1/ medicinal penalties, or 790 6, 1, 1312| Can. 1313 §1. If a law is changed after 791 6, 1, 1314| Can. 1315 §1. A person who has legislative 792 6, 1, 1318| Can. 1319 §1. Insofar as a person can 793 6, 1, 1320| Can. 1321 §1. No one is punished unless 794 6, 1, 1322| violated a law or precept:~1/ a person who has not yet 795 6, 1, 1322| prescripts of cann. 1324, §1, n. 2 and 1325;~7/ a person 796 6, 1, 1323| Can. 1324 §1. The perpetrator of a violation 797 6, 1, 1323| the delict was committed:~1/ by a person who had only 798 6, 1, 1323| circumstances mentioned in §1, the accused is not bound 799 6, 1, 1325| Can. 1326 §1. A judge can punish the 800 6, 1, 1325| precept has established:~1/ a person who after a condemnation 801 6, 1, 1325| the cases mentioned in §1 is latae sententiae, another 802 6, 1, 1327| Can. 1328 §1. A person who has done or 803 6, 1, 1328| Can. 1329 §1. If ferendae sententiae 804 6, 1, 1330| Can. 1331 §1. An excommunicated person 805 6, 1, 1330| excommunicated person is forbidden:~1/ to have any ministerial 806 6, 1, 1330| declared, the offender:~1/ who wishes to act against 807 6, 1, 1330| against the prescript of §1, n. 1 must be prevented 808 6, 1, 1330| the prescript of §1, n. 1 must be prevented from doing 809 6, 1, 1330| according to the norm of §1, n. 3;~3/ is forbidden to 810 6, 1, 1331| mentioned in can. 1331, §1, nn. 1 and 2 bind an interdicted 811 6, 1, 1331| mentioned in can. 1331, §1, nn. 1 and 2 bind an interdicted 812 6, 1, 1331| prescript of can. 1331, §2, n. 1 must be observed.~ 813 6, 1, 1332| Can. 1333 §1. Suspension, which can affect 814 6, 1, 1332| only clerics, prohibits:~1/ either all or some acts 815 6, 1, 1332| prohibition never affects:~1/ the offices or the power 816 6, 1, 1333| Can. 1334 §1. Within the limits established 817 6, 1, 1333| eVects listed in can. 1333, §1.~ 818 6, 1, 1335| Can. 1336 §1. In addition to other penalties 819 6, 1, 1335| for an indeterminate time:~1/ a prohibition or an order 820 6, 1, 1335| expiatory penalties listed in §1, n. 3 can be latae sententiae.~ 821 6, 1, 1336| Can. 1337 §1. A prohibition against residing 822 6, 1, 1337| Can. 1338 §1. The privations and prohibitions 823 6, 1, 1337| prohibitions listed in can. 1336, §1, nn. 2 and 3, never affect 824 6, 1, 1337| prohibitions listed in can. 1336, §1, n. 3.~ 825 6, 1, 1338| Can. 1339 §1. An ordinary, personally 826 6, 1, 1339| Can. 1340 §1. A penance, which can be 827 6, 1, 1341| Can. 1342 §1. Whenever just causes preclude 828 6, 1, 1343| conscience and prudence:~1/ defer the imposition of 829 6, 1, 1346| Can. 1347 §1. A censure cannot be imposed 830 6, 1, 1349| Can. 1350 §1. Unless it concerns dismissal 831 6, 1, 1351| Can. 1352 §1. If a penalty prohibits 832 6, 1, 1353| Can. 1354 §1. In addition to the persons 833 6, 1, 1354| Can. 1355 §1. Provided that the penalty 834 6, 1, 1354| penalty established by law:~1/ the ordinary who initiated 835 6, 1, 1354| ordinary mentioned under n. 1 has been consulted unless 836 6, 1, 1355| Can. 1356 §1. The following can remit 837 6, 1, 1355| issued by the Apostolic See:~1/ the ordinary of the place 838 6, 1, 1356| Can. 1357 §1. Without prejudice to the 839 6, 1, 1357| Can. 1358 §1. Remission of a censure 840 6, 1, 1360| Can. 1361 §1. A remission can also be 841 6, 1, 1361| Can. 1362 §1. Prescription extinguishes 842 6, 1, 1361| years unless it concerns:~1/ delicts reserved to the 843 6, 1, 1362| Can. 1363 §1. Prescription extinguishes 844 6, 2, 1363| Can. 1364 §1. Without prejudice to the 845 6, 2, 1363| prescript of can. 194, §1, n. 2, an apostate from 846 6, 2, 1363| mentioned in can. 1336, §1, nn. 1, 2, and 3.~§2. If 847 6, 2, 1363| mentioned in can. 1336, §1, nn. 1, 2, and 3.~§2. If contumacy 848 6, 2, 1369| Can. 1370 §1. A person who uses physical 849 6, 2, 1370| punished with a just penalty:~1/ in addition to the case 850 6, 2, 1370| mentioned in can. 1364, §1, a person who teaches a 851 6, 2, 1377| Can. 1378 §1. A priest who acts against 852 6, 2, 1377| sententiae penalty of suspension:~1/ a person who attempts the 853 6, 2, 1377| from the case mentioned in §1, a person who, though unable 854 6, 2, 1380| Can. 1381 §1. Whoever usurps an ecclesiastical 855 6, 2, 1387| Can. 1388 §1. A confessor who directly 856 6, 2, 1388| Can. 1389 §1. A person who abuses an 857 6, 2, 1389| Can. 1390 §1. A person who falsely denounces 858 6, 2, 1390| the gravity of the delict:~1/ a person who produces a 859 6, 2, 1393| Can. 1394 §1. Without prejudice to the 860 6, 2, 1393| prescript of can. 194, §1, n. 3, a cleric who attempts 861 6, 2, 1394| Can. 1395 §1. A cleric who lives in concubinage, 862 7, 1, 1399| Can. 1400 §1. The object of a trial is:~ 863 7, 1, 1399| The object of a trial is:~1/ the pursuit or vindication 864 7, 1, 1400| the Church adjudicates:~1/ cases which regard spiritual 865 7, 1, 1402| Can. 1403 §1. Special pontifical law 866 7, 1, 1404| Can. 1405 §1. It is solely the right 867 7, 1, 1404| mentioned in can. 1401:~1/ those who hold the highest 868 7, 1, 1404| reserved to the Roman Rota:~1/ bishops in contentious 869 7, 1, 1405| Can. 1406 §1. If the prescript of can. 870 7, 1, 1406| Can. 1407 §1. No one can be brought to 871 7, 1, 1408| Can. 1409 §1. A transient has a forum 872 7, 1, 1410| Can. 1411 §1. By reason of a contract, 873 7, 1, 1412| can be brought to trial:~1/ in cases which concern 874 7, 1, 1416| Can. 1417 §1. By reason of the primacy 875 7, 1 | Art. 1.~THE JUDGE~ 876 7, 1, 1418| Can. 1419 §1. In each diocese and for 877 7, 1, 1419| Can. 1420 §1. Each diocesan bishop is 878 7, 1, 1420| Can. 1421 §1. In a diocese, the bishop 879 7, 1, 1422| Can. 1423 §1. With the approval of the 880 7, 1, 1422| tribunals mentioned in §1 can be established either 881 7, 1, 1424| Can. 1425 §1. With every contrary custom 882 7, 1, 1424| tribunal of three judges:~1/ contentious cases: a) concerning 883 7, 1, 1425| Can. 1426 §1. A collegiate tribunal must 884 7, 1, 1426| Can. 1427 §1. If there is a controversy 885 7, 1, 1427| Can. 1428 §1. The judge or the president 886 7, 1, 1430| Can. 1431 §1. In contentious cases, it 887 7, 1, 1433| provision is expressly made:~1/ whenever the law requires 888 7, 1, 1435| Can. 1436 §1. The same person can hold 889 7, 1, 1436| Can. 1437 §1. A notary is to take part 890 7, 1, 1437| prescript of can. 1444, §1, n. 1:~1/ from the tribunal 891 7, 1, 1437| prescript of can. 1444, §1, n. 1:~1/ from the tribunal of 892 7, 1, 1437| of can. 1444, §1, n. 1:~1/ from the tribunal of a 893 7, 1, 1438| Can. 1439 §1. If a single tribunal of 894 7, 1, 1439| the cases mentioned in §1.~§3. Over the tribunals 895 7, 1, 1439| instance mentioned in §§1-2, the conference of bishops 896 7, 1, 1444| Can. 1444 §1. The Roman Rota judges:~ 897 7, 1, 1444| The Roman Rota judges:~1/ in second instance, cases 898 7, 1, 1445| Can. 1445 §1. The supreme tribunal of 899 7, 1, 1445| Apostolic Signatura adjudicates:~1/ complaints of nullity, 900 7, 1, 1445| for this supreme tribunal:~1/ to watch over the correct 901 7, 1, 1446| Can. 1446 §1. All the Christian faithful, 902 7, 1, 1448| Can. 1448 §1. A judge is not to undertake 903 7, 1, 1449| Can. 1449 §1. If in the cases mentioned 904 7, 1, 1451| Can. 1451 §1. The question of an objection 905 7, 1, 1452| Can. 1452 §1. In a matter which concerns 906 7, 1, 1455| Can. 1455 §1. Judges and tribunal personnel 907 7, 1, 1457| Can. 1457 §1. The competent authority 908 7, 1, 1459| Can. 1459 §1. Defects which can render 909 7, 1, 1459| the cases mentioned in §1, dilatory exceptions, especially 910 7, 1, 1460| Can. 1460 §1. If an exception is proposed 911 7, 1, 1462| Can. 1462 §1. Exceptions of res iudicata, 912 7, 1, 1463| Can. 1463 §1. Counterclaims cannot be 913 7, 1, 1465| Can. 1465 §1. Fatalia legis, that is, 914 7, 1, 1469| Can. 1469 §1. A judge expelled by force 915 7, 1, 1469| to the case mentioned in §1, for a just cause and after 916 7, 1, 1470| Can. 1470 §1. Unless particular law provides 917 7, 1, 1472| Can. 1472 §1. The judicial acts, both 918 7, 1, 1474| Can. 1474 §1. In the case of an appeal, 919 7, 1, 1475| Can. 1475 §1. When the trial has been 920 7, 1, 1478| Can. 1478 §1. Minors and those who lack 921 7, 1, 1480| Can. 1480 §1. Juridic persons stand trial 922 7, 1, 1481| Can. 1481 §1. A party can freely appoint 923 7, 1, 1482| Can. 1482 §1. A person can appoint only 924 7, 1, 1484| Can. 1484 §1. Before the procurator and 925 7, 1, 1486| Can. 1486 §1. For the removal of a procurator 926 7, 1, 1488| Can. 1488 §1. Both the procurator and 927 7, 1, 1492| Can. 1492 §1. Every action is extinguished 928 7, 1, 1494| Can. 1494 §1. The respondent can file 929 7, 1, 1496| Can. 1496 §1. A person, who through at 930 7, 1, 1497| Can. 1497 §1. Sequestration of a thing 931 7, 2, 1503| Can. 1503 §1. The judge can accept an 932 7, 2, 1504| introduces litigation, must:~1/ express the judge before 933 7, 2, 1505| Can. 1505 §1. When a single judge or 934 7, 2, 1505| libellus can be rejected only:~1/ if the judge or tribunal 935 7, 2, 1505| prescripts of can. 1504, nn. 1-3 have not been observed;~ 936 7, 2, 1507| Can. 1507 §1. In the decree which accepts 937 7, 2, 1508| Can. 1508 §1. The decree of citation 938 7, 2, 1509| Can. 1509 §1. The notification of citations, 939 7, 2, 1512| judge to pursue the case:~1/ the matter ceases to be 940 7, 2, 1513| Can. 1513 §1. The joinder of the issue ( 941 7, 2, 1518| of which action is taken:~1/ if the case has not yet 942 7, 2, 1519| Can. 1519 §1. If the guardian, curator, 943 7, 2, 1519| the norm of can. 1481, §§1 and 3 ceases from that function, 944 7, 2, 1524| Can. 1524 §1. The petitioner can renounce 945 7, 2, 1526| Can. 1526 §1. The burden of proof rests 946 7, 2, 1526| following do not need proof:~1/ matters presumed by the 947 7, 2, 1527| Can. 1527 §1. Proofs of any kind which 948 7, 2, 1531| Can. 1531 §1. A party legitimately questioned 949 7, 2, 1534| provisions of cann. 1548, §2, n. 1, 1552, and 1558-1565 concerning 950 7, 2, 1536| Can. 1536 §1. The judicial confession 951 7, 2 | Art. 1.~THE NATURE AND TRUSTWORTHINESS 952 7, 2, 1540| Can. 1540 §1. Public ecclesiastical documents 953 7, 2, 1546| Can. 1546 §1. Even if documents are common, 954 7, 2, 1548| Can. 1548 §1. When the judge questions 955 7, 2, 1548| the obligation to respond:~1/ clerics regarding what 956 7, 2 | Art. 1.~THOSE WHO CAN BE WITNESSES~ 957 7, 2, 1550| Can. 1550 §1. Minors below the fourteenth 958 7, 2, 1550| are considered incapable:~1/ the parties in the case 959 7, 2, 1552| Can. 1552 §1. When proof through witnesses 960 7, 2, 1558| Can. 1558 §1. Witnesses must be examined 961 7, 2, 1560| Can. 1560 §1. Each witness must be examined 962 7, 2, 1562| Can. 1562 §1. The judge is to call to 963 7, 2, 1565| Can. 1565 §1. Questions must not be communicated 964 7, 2, 1567| Can. 1567 §1. The notary is to write 965 7, 2, 1569| Can. 1569 §1. At the end of the examination, 966 7, 2, 1572| consider the following:~1/ what the condition or reputation 967 7, 2, 1577| Can. 1577 §1. Attentive to what the litigants 968 7, 2, 1578| Can. 1578 §1. Each of the experts is 969 7, 2, 1579| Can. 1579 §1. The judge is to weigh carefully 970 7, 2, 1581| Can. 1581 §1. The parties can designate 971 7, 2, 1589| Can. 1589 §1. After having received the 972 7, 2, 1590| Can. 1590 §1. If the incidental question 973 7, 2, 1592| Can. 1592 §1. If the cited respondent 974 7, 2, 1592| the norm of can. 1507, §1, the judge, having observed 975 7, 2, 1592| the decree mentioned in §1, the judge must be certain 976 7, 2, 1593| Can. 1593 §1. If the respondent appears 977 7, 2, 1594| offered a suitable excuse:~1/ the judge is to cite the 978 7, 2, 1595| Can. 1595 §1. A petitioner or respondent 979 7, 2, 1596| Can. 1596 §1. A person who has an interest 980 7, 2, 1598| Can. 1598 §1. After the proofs have been 981 7, 2, 1598| the decree mentioned in §1 if the judge thinks it necessary.~ 982 7, 2, 1599| Can. 1599 §1. When everything pertaining 983 7, 2, 1600| Can. 1600 §1. After the conclusion of 984 7, 2, 1600| requested earlier, only:~1/ in cases which concern 985 7, 2, 1600| mentioned in can. 1645, §2, nn. 1-3 unless the new proof is 986 7, 2, 1600| according to can. 1598, §1.~ 987 7, 2, 1602| Can. 1602 §1. The defense briefs and 988 7, 2, 1603| Can. 1603 §1. When the defense briefs 989 7, 2, 1604| Can. 1604 §1. It is absolutely forbidden 990 7, 2, 1605| mentioned in cann. 1602, §1 and 1604, §2 so that, if 991 7, 2, 1607| prescript of can. 1589, §1.~ 992 7, 2, 1608| Can. 1608 §1. For the pronouncement of 993 7, 2, 1609| Can. 1609 §1. In a collegiate tribunal 994 7, 2, 1610| Can. 1610 §1. If there is only one judge, 995 7, 2, 1611| 1611 The sentence must:~1/ decide the controversy 996 7, 2, 1612| Can. 1612 §1. After the invocation of 997 7, 2, 1616| Can. 1616 §1. If in the text of the sentence 998 7, 2, 1620| irremediable nullity if:~1/ it was rendered by an absolutely 999 7, 2, 1622| remediable nullity only if:~1/ it was rendered by an illegitimate 1000 7, 2, 1622| prescript of can. 1425, §1;~2/ it does not contain


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