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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
knowledge
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | is permitted without the knowledge of the Holy See to reprint 2 Intr | Peter and Paul, with certain knowledge, in response to the wishes 3 Intr | informed and have a thorough knowledge of these norms before they 4 Intr | one book to facilitate a knowledge of them as well as their 5 2, 1, 212| desires.~§3. According to the knowledge, competence, and prestige 6 2, 1, 228| persons who excel in necessary knowledge, prudence, and integrity 7 2, 1, 229| possess the right to acquire knowledge of Christian doctrine appropriate 8 2, 1, 229| right to acquire that fuller knowledge of the sacred sciences which 9 2, 1, 279| opportunity to acquire a fuller knowledge of the sacred sciences and 10 2, 1, 279| They are also to acquire knowledge of other sciences, especially 11 2, 1, 279| particularly insofar as such knowledge contributes to the exercise 12 2, 3, 592| institute are to promote knowledge of documents of the Holy 13 3, 0, 820| for the greater advance of knowledge through common eVort, meetings, 14 3, 0, 830| of censors outstanding in knowledge, correct doctrine, and prudence 15 4, 1, 865| baptized if, having some knowledge of the principal truths 16 4, 1, 913| that they have sufficient knowledge and careful preparation 17 4, 1, 983| others who in any way have knowledge of sins from confession 18 4, 1, 984| prohibited completely from using knowledge acquired from confession 19 4, 1, 984| external governance the knowledge about sins which he has 20 4, 1, 988| of which the person has knowledge after diligent examination 21 4, 1, 1029| intention, have the requisite knowledge, possess a good reputation, 22 4, 1, 1100| Can. 1100 The knowledge or opinion of the nullity 23 4, 2, 1172| presbyter who has piety, knowledge, prudence, and integrity 24 6, 1, 1329| manifestation of will, doctrine, or knowledge must not be considered completed 25 7, 2, 1563| the sources of his or her knowledge and the precise time when 26 7, 2, 1572| testimony derives from personal knowledge, especially from what has 27 7, 2, 1606| entrusted themselves to the knowledge and conscience of the judge, 28 7, 4, 1717| Whenever an ordinary has knowledge, which at least seems true,


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