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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
coadjutor
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | bishop of Praecausa and coadjutor bishop of Trujillo, Venezuela, 2 2, 2, 377| whenever a diocesan or coadjutor bishop must be appointed, 3 2, 2, 395| a diocesan bishop has a coadjutor or auxiliary, he is bound 4 2, 2, 396| legitimately impeded, through the coadjutor bishop, an auxiliary, vicar 5 2, 2, 400| to satisfy it through his coadjutor, if he has one, or auxiliary, 6 2, 2 | Art. 3.~COADJUTOR AND AUXILIARY BISHOPS~ 7 2, 2, 403| can appoint ex officio a coadjutor bishop who also has special 8 2, 2, 403| has special faculties. A coadjutor bishop possesses the right 9 2, 2, 404| Can. 404 §1. A coadjutor bishop takes possession 10 2, 2, 404| it suffices that both the coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary 11 2, 2, 405| Can. 405 §1. A coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary 12 2, 2, 405| their appointment.~§2. A coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary 13 2, 2, 406| diocesan bishop is to appoint a coadjutor bishop and the auxiliary 14 2, 2, 406| authority or that of the coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop 15 2, 2, 407| possible, a diocesan bishop, a coadjutor, and the auxiliary mentioned 16 2, 2, 407| before others.~§3. Since a coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary 17 2, 2, 408| Can. 408 §1. A coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary 18 2, 2, 408| rights and functions which a coadjutor or auxiliary bishop can 19 2, 2, 409| episcopal see is vacant, the coadjutor bishop immediately becomes 20 2, 2, 410| Like the diocesan bishop, a coadjutor bishop and an auxiliary 21 2, 2, 411| resignation from office apply to a coadjutor and auxiliary bishop.~ 22 2, 2, 413| When a see is impeded, the coadjutor bishop, if there is one, 23 2, 2, 413| chancellor.~§2. If there is no coadjutor bishop or he is impeded 24 2, 2, 443| 1/ diocesan bishops;~2/ coadjutor and auxiliary bishops;~3/ 25 2, 2, 450| equivalent to them in law, coadjutor bishops, auxiliary bishops, 26 2, 2, 454| equivalent to them in law, and coadjutor bishops have a deliberative 27 2, 2, 463| participate in it:~1/ a coadjutor bishop and auxiliary bishops;~


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