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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
constituted
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | called the Decretum Gratiani, constituted the first part of that significant 2 Intr | the Corpus Iuris Canonici constituted “an immense pile of laws 3 Intr | forwarded to the Commission constituted a weighty and veritably 4 1, 0, 96| Church of Christ and is constituted a person in it with the 5 1, 0, 114| 1. Juridic persons are constituted either by the prescript 6 1, 0, 115| personarum), which can be constituted only with at least three 7 1, 0, 116| universitates rerum) which are constituted by competent ecclesiastical 8 1, 0, 121| aggregate (universitas) is constituted which also possesses juridic 9 1, 0, 145| ecclesiastical office is any function constituted in a stable manner by divine 10 1, 0, 145| law by which the office is constituted or in the decree of the 11 1, 0, 145| office is at the same time constituted and conferred.~ 12 2, 1, 204| through baptism, have been constituted as the people of God. For 13 2, 1, 204| to each.~§2. This Church, constituted and organized in this world 14 2, 1, 313| of public associations is constituted a juridic person and, to 15 2, 2, 348| special secretaries are constituted who are appointed by the 16 2, 2, 375| been given to them, are constituted pastors in the Church, so 17 2, 2, 448| some particular churches constituted in a certain territory or 18 2, 2, 507| other offices are also to be constituted according to the norm of 19 2, 2, 511| pastoral council is to be constituted which under the authority 20 2, 2, 513| 1. A pastoral council is constituted for a period of time according 21 2, 2, 515| Christian faithful stably constituted in a particular church, 22 2, 3, 624| 1. Superiors are to be constituted for a certain and appropriate 23 2, 3, 624| norms so that superiors, constituted for a definite time, do 24 2, 3, 625| Other superiors are to be constituted according to the norm of 25 2, 3, 636| from the major superior and constituted according to the norm of


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