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Code of Canon Law


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committed
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 2, 2, 383| consider the non-baptized as committed to him in the Lord, so that 2 2, 2, 443| territory a special function committed to them by the Apostolic 3 2, 2, 519| pastoral care of the community committed to him under the authority 4 2, 2, 556| here as priests to whom is committed the care of some church 5 3, 0, 757| with respect to the people committed to them. It is also for 6 4, 1, 959| forgiveness for the sins they have committed after baptism and, at the 7 4, 1, 987| way that, rejecting sins committed and having a purpose of 8 4, 1, 988| and number all grave sins committed after baptism and not yet 9 4, 1, 1041| properly;~2/ a person who has committed the delict of apostasy, 10 4, 1, 1041| vow;~4/ a person who has committed voluntary homicide or procured 11 4, 1, 1044| them;~2/ a person who has committed a delict mentioned in can. 12 4, 1, 1044| public;~3/ a person who has committed a delict mentioned in can. 13 4, 1, 1152| gave cause for it, or also committed adultery.~§2. Tacit condonation 14 6, 1, 1312| after a delict has been committed, the law more favorable 15 6, 1, 1313| facto when the delict is committed.~ 16 6, 1, 1320| violation of a law or precept, committed by the person, is gravely 17 6, 1, 1323| place if the delict was committed:~1/ by a person who had 18 6, 1, 1328| delict would not have been committed, and the penalty is of such 19 6, 1, 1338| grave suspicion of having committed a delict has fallen.~§2. 20 6, 1, 1344| imperfect use of reason or committed the delict from fear, necessity, 21 6, 1, 1345| Whenever the offender has committed several delicts, it is left 22 6, 1, 1354| in his territory or who committed the offense there; any bishop 23 6, 1, 1361| on which the delict was committed or, if the delict is continuous 24 6, 2, 1394| cleric who in another way has committed an offense against the sixth 25 6, 2, 1394| Decalogue, if the delict was committed by force or threats or publicly 26 7, 1, 1411| place where the delict was committed.~ 27 7, 3, 1713| or the controversy can be committed to the judgment of one or


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