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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | this end, the Code must define and protect the rights and 2 1, 0, 2| most part the Code does not define the rites which must be 3 1, 0, 86| to the extent that they define those things which are essentially 4 1, 0, 94| universitates rerum) and which define their purpose, constitution, 5 1, 0, 95| other celebrations. They define those things which pertain 6 2, 1, 242| the Holy See, and is to define the main principles of the 7 2, 1, 297| statutes likewise are to define the relations of the personal 8 2, 1, 304| their own statutes which define the purpose or social objective 9 2, 2, 446| for the council itself to define the manner of promulgation 10 2, 2, 506| foundation. They are to define those things which the chapter 11 2, 2, 506| The statutes are also to define the compensation, whether 12 2, 3, 598| character and purposes, is to define in its constitutions the 13 2, 3, 631| The constitutions are to define the composition and extent 14 2, 3, 659| Therefore, proper law must define the program of this formation 15 2, 3, 681| among other things, is to define expressly and accurately 16 2, 3, 712| the institute and are to define the obligations which these 17 2, 3, 717| governance; they are to define the time during which the 18 2, 3, 718| Likewise, proper law is to define the obligations of the institute, 19 2, 3, 722| The constitutions are to define the manner and length of 20 2, 3, 738| or particular agreements define the relations of a member 21 4, 1, 841| the Church to approve or define the requirements for their 22 4, 1, 952| bishops of the province to define by decree for the entire 23 4, 1, 1126| required, must be made and to define the manner in which they 24 5, 0, 1276| conference of bishops to define which acts are to be considered 25 5, 0, 1280| 2. The statutes are to define the acts which exceed the 26 5, 0, 1303| 2. Particular law is to define additional conditions for 27 7, 1, 1466| procedural acts, the judge must define them after having taken


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