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Code of Canon Law


IntraText - Concordances
reception
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 1, 0, 111| Can. 111 §1. Through the reception of baptism, the child of 2 1, 0, 112| Can. 112 §1. After the reception of baptism, the following 3 2, 1, 241| submit documents of the reception of baptism and confirmation 4 2, 1, 266| Can. 266 §1. Through the reception of the diaconate, a person 5 2, 1, 266| advanced.~§2. Through the reception of the diaconate, a perpetually 6 2, 1, 266| otherwise.~§3. Through the reception of the diaconate, a member 7 2, 1, 276| God by a new title in the reception of orders, they are dispensers 8 2, 1, 307| Can. 307 §1. The reception of members is to be done 9 2, 2, 437| Within three months from the reception of episcopal consecration 10 2, 2, 535| 1133, of adoption, of the reception of sacred orders, of perpetual 11 2, 3, 736| program of studies and to the reception of orders, the norms for 12 3, 0, 751| obstinate doubt after the reception of baptism of some truth 13 3, 0, 777| prepared properly for the first reception of the sacraments of penance 14 4, 1, 841| celebration, administration, and reception and to the order to be observed 15 4, 1, 849| for salvation by actual reception or at least by desire, is 16 4, 1, 962| even on the occasion of the reception of general absolution, the 17 4, 1, 1053| authentic testimonial of the reception of ordination; if a bishop 18 6, 1, 1351| a penalty prohibits the reception of the sacraments or sacramentals,


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