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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
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   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | XXIII’s intuition was very true, and with good reason it 2 Intr | elements which characterize the true and genuine image of the 3 Intr | same year agreed that the true and proper efforts of the 4 Intr | the Church. This was also true for the scientific and technical 5 Intr | and diligence. This was true even in the case of animadversions 6 Intr | precision, elegance and true legal science. Furthermore, 7 Intr | equity, humanity and a true Christian spirit, it attempts 8 1, 0, 63| proposed motivating reason is true.~§3. The motivating reason 9 1, 0, 63| there is no executor must be true at the time when the rescript 10 2, 1, 208| the Christian faithful a true equality regarding dignity 11 2, 1, 271| Apart from the case of true necessity of his own particular 12 2, 2, 337| such so that it becomes a true collegial act.~§3. It is 13 2, 2, 490| opened except in a case of true necessity by the diocesan 14 2, 2, 528| religion or do not profess the true faith.~§2. The pastor is 15 2, 3, 615| of the latter possesses true power over such a monastery 16 2, 3, 631| institute, it becomes a true sign of its unity in charity. 17 3, 0, 795| Can. 795 Since true education must strive for 18 3, 0, 797| 797 Parents must possess a true freedom in choosing schools; 19 4, 1, 844| necessity requires it or true spiritual advantage suggests 20 4, 1, 849| conferred only by a washing of true water with the proper form 21 4, 1, 892| confirmed person behaves as a true witness of Christ and faithfully 22 4, 1, 1116| who intend to enter into a true marriage can contract it 23 4, 2, 1175| liturgy of the hours, the true time for each hour is to 24 4, 2, 1186| people, and promotes the true and authentic veneration 25 7, 2, 1574| some fact or to discern the true nature of some matter.~ 26 7, 4, 1717| knowledge, which at least seems true, of a delict, he is carefully


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