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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
entrust
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | confident spirit I am pleased to entrust these considerations of 2 Intr | whole Latin Church, and I entrust it to the watchful care 3 1, 0, 43| however, the executor may entrust the preparatory acts to 4 2, 1, 235| The diocesan bishop is to entrust those who legitimately reside 5 2, 2, 406| the diocesan bishop is to entrust to him before others those 6 2, 2, 408| diocesan bishop is not to entrust habitually to another the 7 2, 2, 520| diocesan administrator, can entrust a parish to a clerical religious 8 2, 2, 524| A diocesan bishop is to entrust a vacant parish to the one 9 3, 0, 796| the schools to which they entrust their children to be educated; 10 3, 0, 798| Can. 798 Parents are to entrust their children to those 11 3, 0, 830| of each local ordinary to entrust judgment regarding books 12 4, 1, 955| A person who intends to entrust to others the celebration 13 4, 1, 955| Masses to be applied is to entrust their celebration as soon 14 4, 1, 955| otherwise evident.~§3. Those who entrust to others Masses to be celebrated 15 4, 1, 995| below the Roman Pontiff can entrust the power of granting indulgences 16 4, 3, 1206| to him by law; they can entrust the function of carrying 17 5, 0, 1277| the diocesan bishop can entrust to the finance officer the 18 7, 1, 1424| excommunication.~§2. The bishop can entrust more difficult cases or 19 7, 1, 1424| impossibility continues, to entrust cases to a single clerical 20 7, 2, 1590| however, the tribunal can entrust the matter to an auditor 21 7, 3, 1700| 1681, the bishop is to entrust the instruction of these


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