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1 Intr | Mission of Religious in the Church (Plenaria of SCRIS) 20 aug. 2 Intr | the centuries the Catholic Church has been accustomed to reform 3 Intr | such great attention to the Church.~As is obvious, when the 4 Intr | especially its doctrine on the Church would be decided in the 5 Intr | the long-term good of the Church.~Therefore the new Code 6 Intr | council in whose documents the Church, the universalsacrament 7 Intr | dogmatic constitution on the Church Lumen gentium, nn. 1, 9, 8 Intr | for the use of the entire Church.~Experts chosen from all 9 Intr | in the episcopate for the Church.~Indeed, by a certain analogy 10 Intr | institutions throughout the whole Church.~A second question arises 11 Intr | juridical-legislative tradition of the Church, as from its first source.~ 12 Intr | importance of discipline in the Church of God (cf. I Cor. 5 and 13 Intr | charity in the life of the Church and of the faithful. On 14 Intr | who belong to it.~As the Church’s principal legislative 15 Intr | social life, and also in the Church’s own activity. Therefore, 16 Intr | organic structure of the Church as willed by her divine 17 Intr | of-fice entrusted to the Church itself, the Code must also 18 Intr | corresponds to the nature of the Church, especially as it is proposed 19 Intr | the conciliar image of the Church, nevertheless the Code must 20 Intr | legislative tradition of the Church, especially in regard to 21 Intr | and genuine image of the Church we should emphasize especially 22 Intr | the doctrine in which the Church is presented as the people 23 Intr | the doctrine in which the Church is seen as a communion and 24 Intr | churches and the universal Church, and between collegiality 25 Intr | laity; and finally, the Church’s commitment to ecumenism.~ 26 Intr | the bishops of the whole Church not only are asking for 27 Intr | extremely necessary for the Church. Since the Church is organized 28 Intr | for the Church. Since the Church is organized as a social 29 Intr | means in order that the Church may progress in conformity 30 Intr | ecclesiastical laws for the Latin Church.~May God grant that joy 31 Intr | law for the whole Latin Church, and I entrust it to the 32 Intr | may flower again in the Church a renewed discipline and 33 Intr | Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church.~Given at Rome, January 34 Intr | the time of the primitive Church it has been customary to 35 Intr | of the Visigoths once the Church had been freed from Arianism:~“ 36 Intr | collection of laws of the Church which, in imitation of the 37 Intr | classical law of the Catholic Church and is commonly called by 38 Intr | corpus of law of the Latin Church corresponds to some extent 39 Intr | corpus of canons of the Greek Church.~Subsequent laws, especially 40 Intr | led to a situation where church discipline was increasingly 41 Intr | and bishops throughout the Church. The character of the new 42 Intr | ministry throughout the Church, which in the meantime was 43 Intr | external situation of the Church in a world which had experienced 44 Intr | flows from the nature of the Church, that it is rooted in the 45 Intr | jurisdiction entrusted to the Church by Christ, and that its 46 Intr | Furthermore, the character of church law was illustrated; its 47 Intr | of appropriately adapting church discipline to changing circumstances.~ 48 Intr | the social nature of the Church requires, is to be retained. 49 Intr | the goods offered by the Church to lead them to eternal 50 Intr | which is proper to the Church and has been operative for 51 Intr | supreme power of the universal Church or other higher authorities 52 Intr | subsidiarity within the Church. It is a principle which 53 Intr | discipline of the universal Church so that appropriate provision 54 Intr | hierarchical order of the Church, it is expedient that the 55 Intr | independent society, the Church cannot renounce penal law. 56 Intr | everywhere the doctrine of the Church expressed by the Second 57 Intr | cooperation for the good of the Church. Furthermore, the bishops 58 Intr | external relations of the Church. All agreed as well that 59 Intr | the patrimonial law of the Church,” “processes,” “penal law.”~ 60 Intr | considering only the good of the Church either in preparing written 61 Intr | schema on sanctions in the Church;~1975—the schema on the 62 Intr | of God, the schema on the Church’s teaching office, the schema 63 Intr | the patrimonial law of the Church.~Undoubtedly the revised 64 Intr | central government of the Church. This was also true for 65 Intr | Teaching Function of the Church, The Sanctifying Function 66 Intr | Sanctifying Function of the Church, The Temporal Goods of the 67 Intr | The Temporal Goods of the Church, Sanctions in the Church, 68 Intr | Church, Sanctions in the Church, and Processes. Even if 69 Intr | participation of the whole Church in the last phase of the 70 Intr | selected from the whole Church, conferences of bishops 71 Intr | the Fundamental Law of the Church which had to be inserted 72 Intr | the most recent law of the Church, which is characterized 73 Intr | internal characteristics of the Church. It also seeks to take cognizance 74 Intr | require a new review, the Church is endowed with such a wealth 75 Intr | Mary, the Mother of the Church, her spouse St. Joseph, 76 Intr | St. Joseph, Patron of the Church, and Saints Peter and Paul.~ 77 1, 0, 1| Code regard only the Latin Church.~ 78 1, 0, 11| baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it, possess 79 1, 0, 22| to which the law of the Church yields are to be observed 80 1, 0, 80| brings disadvantage to the Church or to others.~ 81 1, 0, 87| supreme authority of the Church. He is not able to dispense, 82 1, 0, 96| is incorporated into the Church of Christ and is constituted 83 1, 0, 111| who belong to the Latin Church is enrolled in it, or, if 84 1, 0, 111| offspring baptized in the Latin Church. If there is no mutual agreement, 85 1, 0, 111| is enrolled in the ritual Church to which the father belongs.~§ 86 1, 0, 111| be baptized in the Latin Church or in another ritual Church 87 1, 0, 111| Church or in another ritual Church sui iuris; in that case, 88 1, 0, 111| the person belongs to the Church which he or she has chosen.~ 89 1, 0, 112| enrolled in another ritual Church sui iuris:~1/ a person who 90 1, 0, 112| transferring to the ritual Church sui iuris of the other spouse; 91 1, 0, 112| freely return to the Latin Church;~3/ before the completion 92 1, 0, 112| transferred to another ritual Church; on completion of their 93 1, 0, 112| can return to the Latin Church.~§2. The practice, however 94 1, 0, 112| the rite of another ritual Church sui iuris does not entail 95 1, 0, 112| entail enrollment in that Church.~ 96 1, 0, 113| Can. 113 §1. The Catholic Church and the Apostolic See have 97 1, 0, 113| ordinance itself.~§2. In the Church, besides physical persons, 98 1, 0, 114| with the mission of the Church and which transcends the 99 1, 0, 114| competent authority of the Church is not to confer juridic 100 1, 0, 115| Juridic persons in the Church are either aggregates of 101 1, 0, 116| fulfill in the name of the Church, according to the norm of 102 1, 0, 129| governance, which exists in the Church by divine institution and 103 1, 0, 134| placed offer some particular church or a community equivalent 104 1, 0, 135| authority possesses in the Church cannot be validly delegated 105 1, 0, 144| doubt of law or of fact, the Church supplies executive power 106 1, 0, 149| in the communion of the Church as well as suitable, that 107 1, 0, 157| offices in his own particular church by free conferral.~ ~ 108 1, 0, 171| from the communion of the Church.~§2. If one of the above 109 1, 0, 194| from the communion of the Church;~3/ a cleric who has attempted 110 1, 0, 197| Can. 197 The Church receives prescription as 111 2, 1, 204| God has entrusted to the Church to fulfill in the world, 112 2, 1, 204| proper to each.~§2. This Church, constituted and organized 113 2, 1, 204| subsists in the Catholic Church governed by the successor 114 2, 1, 205| communion of the Catholic Church on this earth who are joined 115 2, 1, 206| be incorporated into the Church, are joined to it in a special 116 2, 1, 206| they are united with the Church which already cherishes 117 2, 1, 206| them as its own.~§2. The Church has a special care for catechumens; 118 2, 1, 207| Christian faithful in the Church sacred ministers who in 119 2, 1, 207| recognized and sanctioned by the Church, are consecrated to God 120 2, 1, 207| salvific mission of the Church; although their state does 121 2, 1, 207| hierarchical structure of the Church, it nevertheless belongs 122 2, 1, 209| maintain communion with the Church.~§2. With great diligence 123 2, 1, 209| they owe to the universal Church and the particular church 124 2, 1, 209| Church and the particular church to which they belong according 125 2, 1, 210| promote the growth of the Church and its continual sanctification, 126 2, 1, 212| establish as rulers of the Church.~§2. The Christian faithful 127 2, 1, 212| known to the pastors of the Church their needs, especially 128 2, 1, 212| pertain to the good of the Church and to make their opinion 129 2, 1, 213| the spiritual goods of the Church, especially the word of 130 2, 1, 214| legitimate pastors of the Church and to follow their own 131 2, 1, 214| with the doctrine of the Church.~ 132 2, 1, 216| participate in the mission of the Church, all the Christian faithful 133 2, 1, 218| to the magisterium of the Church.~ 134 2, 1, 221| which they possess in the Church in the competent ecclesiastical 135 2, 1, 222| assist with the needs of the Church so that the Church has what 136 2, 1, 222| of the Church so that the Church has what is necessary for 137 2, 1, 223| account the common good of the Church, the rights of others, and 138 2, 1, 226| doctrine handed on by the Church.~ 139 2, 1, 227| by the magisterium of the Church. In matters of opinion, 140 2, 1, 227| opinion as the doctrine of the Church.~ 141 2, 1, 228| assist the pastors of the Church as experts and advisors, 142 2, 1, 230| or remuneration from the Church.~§2. Lay persons can fulfill 143 2, 1, 230| 3. When the need of the Church warrants it and ministers 144 2, 1, 231| to special service of the Church are obliged to acquire the 145 2, 1, 232| Can. 232 The Church has the duty and the proper 146 2, 1, 233| ministry in the universal Church are provided for sufficiently. 147 2, 1, 233| need for ministers in the Church and are to encourage and 148 2, 1, 238| juridic personality in the Church by the law itself.~§2. In 149 2, 1, 242| supreme authority of the Church, and which is to be approved 150 2, 1, 245| imbued with love of the Church of Christ, they are bound 151 2, 1, 245| be in the service of the Church.~ 152 2, 1, 246| to God in the name of the Church for all the people entrusted 153 2, 1, 247| sacred ministers of the Church; no difficulty of the priestly 154 2, 1, 256| the needs of the universal Church in such a way that they 155 2, 1, 257| only for the particular church in whose service they are 156 2, 1, 257| but also for the universal Church, and that they show themselves 157 2, 1, 257| from their own particular church to a particular church of 158 2, 1, 257| particular church to a particular church of another region are suitably 159 2, 1, 264| promote the common good of the Church. A tax of this type must 160 2, 1, 265| incardinated either in a particular church or personal prelature, or 161 2, 1, 266| incardinated in the particular church or personal prelature for 162 2, 1, 266| incardinated in the particular church for whose service he has 163 2, 1, 267| validly in another particular church, he must obtain from the 164 2, 1, 267| bishop of the particular church in which he desires to be 165 2, 1, 267| incardination in another particular church has been obtained.~ 166 2, 1, 268| from his own particular church to another is incardinated 167 2, 1, 268| in the latter particular church by the law itself after 168 2, 1, 268| diocesan bishop of the host church and to his own diocesan 169 2, 1, 268| from his own particular church.~ 170 2, 1, 269| advantage of his own particular church demands it, and without 171 2, 1, 269| service of the new particular church according to the norm of 172 2, 1, 270| as the advantage of the Church or the good of the cleric 173 2, 1, 271| necessity of his own particular church, a diocesan bishop is not 174 2, 1, 271| move to another particular church for a predetermined time, 175 2, 1, 271| in their own particular church and, when they return to 176 2, 1, 271| legitimately to another particular church while remaining incardinated 177 2, 1, 271| incardinated in his own church provided that the agreements 178 2, 1, 271| of the other particular church, after having observed these 179 2, 1, 272| move to another particular church unless the episcopal see 180 2, 1, 275| her part, exercise in the Church and in the world.~ 181 2, 1, 279| commonly accepted by the Church, as set out especially in 182 2, 1, 282| use for the good of the Church and works of charity those 183 2, 1, 287| protection of the rights of the Church or the promotion of the 184 2, 1, 298| Can. 298 §1. In the Church there are associations distinct 185 2, 1, 299| faithful is recognized in the Church unless competent authority 186 2, 1, 301| doctrine in the name of the Church or to promote public worship, 187 2, 1, 312| erection in the same house or church attached to it of an association 188 2, 1, 313| pursue in the name of the Church.~ 189 2, 1, 317| institutes erect in their own church or house, however, the nomination 190 2, 2 | HIERARCHICAL CONSTITUTION OF THE CHURCH~ 191 2, 2 | SUPREME AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH (Cann. 330 - 367)~ 192 2, 2, 331| The bishop of the Roman Church, in whom continues the office 193 2, 2, 331| pastor of the universal Church on earth. By virtue of his 194 2, 2, 331| universal ordinary power in the Church, which he is always able 195 2, 2, 332| and supreme power in the Church by his acceptance of legitimate 196 2, 2, 333| power offer the universal Church but also obtains the primacy 197 2, 2, 333| of supreme pastor of the Church, the Roman Pontiff is always 198 2, 2, 333| bishops and with the universal Church. He nevertheless has the 199 2, 2, 333| according to the needs of the Church, to determine the manner, 200 2, 2, 335| governance of the universal Church; the special laws issued 201 2, 2, 336| power offer the universal Church.~ 202 2, 2, 337| power offer the universal Church in a solemn manner in an 203 2, 2, 337| according to the needs of the Church, to select and promote the 204 2, 2, 337| regarding the universal Church.~ 205 2, 2, 339| supreme authority of the Church, to whom it belongs to determine 206 2, 2, 342| pertaining to the activity of the Church in the world.~ 207 2, 2, 345| the good of the universal Church; such a session is either 208 2, 2 | CARDINALS OF THE HOLY ROMAN CHURCH~ 209 2, 2, 349| cardinals of the Holy Roman Church constitute a special college 210 2, 2, 349| daily care of the universal Church.~ 211 2, 2, 350| title of a suburbicarian church and Eastern patriarchs who 212 2, 2, 350| together with the other church he already has as a title.~§ 213 2, 2, 352| title to a suburbicarian church and they alone are to elect 214 2, 2, 353| the supreme pastor of the Church through collegial action 215 2, 2, 353| particular needs of the Church or the treatment of more 216 2, 2, 357| title to a suburbicarian church or a church in Rome are 217 2, 2, 357| suburbicarian church or a church in Rome are to promote the 218 2, 2, 359| possesses only that power in the Church which is attributed to it 219 2, 2, 360| affairs of the universal Church through the Roman Curia 220 2, 2, 360| the Public Affairs of the Church, congregations, tribunals, 221 2, 2, 361| the Public Affairs of the Church, and other institutes of 222 2, 2, 364| touches the life of the Church and the good of souls;~2/ 223 2, 2, 364| fostered between the Catholic Church and other Churches or ecclesial 224 2, 2, 364| pertain to the mission of the Church and the Apostolic See before 225 2, 2, 365| pertain to relations between Church and state and in a special 226 2, 2, 368| the one and only Catholic Church exists, are first of all 227 2, 2, 369| constitutes a particular church in which the one, holy, 228 2, 2, 369| catholic, and apostolic Church of Christ is truly present 229 2, 2, 372| diocese or other particular church is limited to a definite 230 2, 2, 372| supreme authority of the Church it seems advantageous after 231 2, 2, 374| diocese or other particular church is to be divided into distinct 232 2, 2, 375| constituted pastors in the Church, so that they are teachers 233 2, 2, 382| present in the cathedral church, with the senior presbyter 234 2, 2, 382| liturgical act in the cathedral church with the clergy and people 235 2, 2, 383| communion with the Catholic Church and is to foster ecumenism 236 2, 2, 383| it is understood by the Church.~§4. He is to consider the 237 2, 2, 389| Eucharist in the cathedral church or another church of his 238 2, 2, 389| cathedral church or another church of his diocese, especially 239 2, 2, 391| to govern the particular church entrusted to him with legislative, 240 2, 2, 392| the unity of the universal Church, a bishop is bound to promote 241 2, 2, 392| discipline of the whole Church and therefore to urge the 242 2, 2, 421| and if the metropolitan church itself is vacant or both 243 2, 2, 425| or, if the metropolitan church itself is vacant, the suffragan 244 2, 2, 431| supreme authority of the Church to establish, suppress, 245 2, 2, 436| the diocesan bishop if the church is the cathedral.~ 246 2, 2, 437| communion with the Roman Church, has by law in his own province.~§ 247 2, 2, 437| liturgical laws within any church of the ecclesiastical province 248 2, 2, 438| governance in the Latin Church apart from a prerogative 249 2, 2, 443| council of each particular church are to be invited to provincial 250 2, 2, 445| the universal law of the Church, it is able to decide what 251 2, 2, 447| the greater good which the Church offers to humanity, especially 252 2, 2, 449| supreme authority of the Church to erect, suppress, or alter 253 2, 2, 460| faithful of a particular church who offer assistance to 254 2, 2, 463| canons of the cathedral church;~4/ members of the presbyteral 255 2, 2, 463| communion with the Catholic Church.~ 256 2, 2, 491| preserved in the archive of the church and the other in the diocesan 257 2, 2, 493| The Temporal Goods of the Church, the Finance council prepares 258 2, 2, 503| a cathedral or collegial church. In addition, it is for 259 2, 2, 508| penitentiary of a cathedral church and of a collegial church 260 2, 2, 508| church and of a collegial church has the ordinary faculty, 261 2, 2, 509| canonry, both in a cathedral church and in a collegial church; 262 2, 2, 509| church and in a collegial church; every contrary privilege 263 2, 2, 510| are united to it.~§2. In a church which is at the same time 264 2, 2, 510| occur.~§4. Alms given to a church which is at the same time 265 2, 2, 512| communion with the Catholic Churchclerics, members of institutes 266 2, 2, 515| constituted in a particular church, whose pastoral care is 267 2, 2, 516| faithful in a particular church, entrusted to a priest as 268 2, 2, 520| even by erecting it in a church of the institute or society, 269 2, 2, 529| have in the mission of the Church, by fostering their associations 270 2, 2, 529| diocese and of the universal Church, and participate in and 271 2, 2, 530| processions outside the church, and solemn blessings outside 272 2, 2, 530| solemn blessings outside the church;~7/ the more solemn eucharistic 273 2, 2, 533| reside in a rectory near the church. Nevertheless, in particular 274 2, 2, 555| things which belong to the Church are not lost or removed.~§ 275 2, 2, 556| committed the care of some church which is neither parochial 276 2, 2, 557| appoints the rector of a church, without prejudice to the 277 2, 2, 557| the rector.~§2. Even if a church belongs to some clerical 278 2, 2, 557| superior.~§3. The rector of a church which is connected with 279 2, 2, 558| can. 530, nn. 1-6 in the church entrusted to him unless 280 2, 2, 559| even solemn ones, in the church entrusted to him, without 281 2, 2, 560| rector to celebrate in his church particular functions, even 282 2, 2, 560| the people and to make the church available for certain groups 283 2, 2, 561| sacred functions in the church without the permission of 284 2, 2, 562| Can. 562 The rector of a church, under the authority of 285 2, 2, 562| celebrated worthily in the church according to the liturgical 286 2, 2, 563| can remove the rector of a church from office, even if he 287 2, 2, 570| 570 If a non-parochial church is connected to the seat 288 2, 2, 570| to be the rector of that church, unless the care of the 289 2, 2, 570| the community or of the church requires otherwise.~ 290 2, 3, 573| to the building up of the Church, and to the salvation of 291 2, 3, 573| outstanding sign in the Church, foretell the heavenly glory.~§ 292 2, 3, 573| competent authority of the Church. Through vows or other sacred 293 2, 3, 573| in a special way to the Church and its mystery.~ 294 2, 3, 574| life and holiness of the Church and must be fostered and 295 2, 3, 574| and promoted by all in the Church.~§2. Certain Christian faithful 296 2, 3, 574| gift in the life of the Church and contribute to its salvific 297 2, 3, 575| a divine gift which the Church has received from the Lord 298 2, 3, 576| competent authority of the Church to interpret the evangelical 299 2, 3, 577| Can. 577 In the Church there are a great many institutes 300 2, 3, 586| their own discipline in the Church and are able to preserve 301 2, 3, 587| competent authority of the Church and can be changed only 302 2, 3, 588| by the authority of the Church.~§3. That institute is called 303 2, 3, 588| by the authority of the Church, has by virtue of its nature, 304 2, 3, 590| of God and of the whole Church, they are subject to the 305 2, 3, 590| supreme authority of the Church in a special way.~§2. Individual 306 2, 3, 591| primacy in the universal Church and with a view to common 307 2, 3, 603| of consecrated life, the Church recognizes the eremitic 308 2, 3, 604| dedicated to the service of the Church.~§2. In order to observe 309 2, 3, 604| assistance service to the Church in harmony with their proper 310 2, 3, 605| consecrated life granted to the Church by the Holy Spirit and are 311 2, 3, 607| religious life manifests in the Church a wonderful marriage brought 312 2, 3, 607| religious to Christ and the Church entails a separation from 313 2, 3, 610| for their advantage to the Church and the institute and with 314 2, 3, 611| clerical institutes to have a church, without prejudice to the 315 2, 3, 618| through the ministry of the Church, in a spirit of service. 316 2, 3, 618| of the institute and the Church, but without prejudice to 317 2, 3, 635| The Temporal Goods of the Church, unless other provision 318 2, 3, 638| or things given to the Church by vow, or things precious 319 2, 3, 640| provide for the needs of the Church and the support of the poor.~ 320 2, 3, 652| imbued with love for the Church and its sacred pastors.~§ 321 2, 3, 654| through the ministry of the Church, and are incorporated into 322 2, 3, 659| attentive to the needs of the Church and the conditions of people 323 2, 3, 675| and by the mandate of the Church, is to be carried out in 324 2, 3, 675| in the communion of the Church.~ 325 2, 3, 676| pastoral function of the Church through spiritual and corporal 326 2, 3, 696| by the magisterium of the Church; public adherence to ideologies 327 2, 3, 706| behalf of the particular church; others, on behalf of the 328 2, 3, 713| evangelizing function of the Church whether through the witness 329 2, 3, 718| The Temporal Goods of the Church, and by the proper law of 330 2, 3, 741| The Temporal Goods of the Church, of cann. 636, 638, and 331 3 | TEACHING FUNCTION OF THE CHURCH LIBER III. DE ECCLESIAE 332 3, 0, 747| Can. 747 §1. The Church, to which Christ the Lord 333 3, 0, 747| it.~§2. It belongs to the Church always and everywhere to 334 3, 0, 748| which regard God and his Church and by virtue of divine 335 3, 0, 749| declare for the universal Church that a doctrine of faith 336 3, 0, 750| of faith entrusted to the Church, and at the same time proposed 337 3, 0, 750| solemn magisterium of the Church or by its ordinary and universal 338 3, 0, 750| by the magisterium of the Church concerning the doctrine 339 3, 0, 750| doctrine of the Catholic Church.~ 340 3, 0, 751| with the members of the Church subject to him.~ 341 3, 0, 754| legitimate authority of the Church issues in order to propose 342 3, 0, 755| Christians of the unity which the Church is bound to promote by the 343 3, 0, 755| supreme authority of the Church.~ ~ 344 3, 0, 756| respect to the universal Church, the function of proclaiming 345 3, 0, 756| respect to the particular church entrusted to him, an individual 346 3, 0, 760| magisterium, and the life of the Church.~ 347 3, 0, 764| consent of the rector of the church, unless the competent ordinary 348 3, 0, 766| permitted to preach in a church or oratory, if necessity 349 3, 0, 767| the pastor or rector of a church to take care that these 350 3, 0, 768| which the magisterium of the Church sets forth concerning the 351 3, 0, 774| belongs to all members of the Church according to each one’s 352 3, 0, 780| understand the doctrine of the Church appropriately, and that 353 3, 0 | MISSIONARY ACTION OF THE CHURCH (Cann. 781 - 792)~ 354 3, 0, 781| Can. 781 Since the whole Church is by its nature missionary 355 3, 0, 782| sponsors of the universal Church and of all the churches, 356 3, 0, 783| themselves to the service of the Church, they are obliged to engage 357 3, 0, 786| Can. 786 The Church accomplishes the specifically 358 3, 0, 786| action which implants the Church among peoples or groups 359 3, 0, 789| love for Christ and his Church.~ 360 3, 0, 794| in a special way to the Church, to which has been divinely 361 3, 0, 800| Can. 800 §1. The Church has the right to establish 362 3, 0, 804| to the authority of the Church. It is for the conference 363 3, 0, 807| Can. 807 The Church has the right to erect and 364 3, 0, 807| teaching function of the Church.~ 365 3, 0, 815| disciplines, are proper to the Church by virtue of its function 366 3, 0, 817| canonical effects in the Church.~ 367 3, 0, 819| institute, or even the universal Church itself requires it, diocesan 368 3, 0, 822| 822 §1. The pastors of the Church, using a right proper to 369 3, 0, 822| using a right proper to the Church in fulfilling their function, 370 3, 0, 822| pastoral action so that the Church exercises its function effectively 371 3, 0, 823| morals, the pastors of the Church have the duty and right 372 3, 0, 823| supreme authority of the Church, however, has this duty 373 3, 0, 830| only the doctrine of the Church concerning faith and morals 374 4 | BOOK IVFUNCTION~OF THE CHURCH (Cann. 834 - 848)~LIBER 375 4, 0, 834| Can. 834 §1. The Church fulfills its sanctifying 376 4, 0, 834| carried out in the name of the Church by persons legitimately 377 4, 0, 834| by the authority of the Church.~ 378 4, 0, 835| entire liturgical life in the church entrusted to them.~§2. Presbyters 379 4, 0, 837| but celebrations of the Church itself which is the sacrament 380 4, 0, 837| to the whole body of the Church and manifest and affect 381 4, 0, 838| on the authority of the Church which resides in the Apostolic 382 4, 0, 838| liturgy of the universal Church, publish liturgical books 383 4, 0, 838| the diocesan bishop in the Church entrusted to him to issue 384 4, 0, 839| Can. 839 §1. The Church carries out the function 385 4, 0, 839| keeping with the norms of the Church.~ ~ 386 4, 1, 840| Lord and entrusted to the Church.~As actions of Christ and 387 4, 1, 840| actions of Christ and the Church, they are signs and means 388 4, 1, 841| are the same for the whole Church and belong to the divine 389 4, 1, 841| supreme authority of the Church to approve or define the 390 4, 1, 844| communion with the Catholic Church if they seek such on their 391 4, 1, 844| communion with the Catholic Church, who cannot approach a minister 392 4, 1, 844| interested non-Catholic Church or community.~ 393 4, 1, 849| are incorporated into the Church.~ 394 4, 1, 857| proper place of baptism is a church or oratory.~§2. As a rule 395 4, 1, 857| baptized in his or her parish church and an infant in the parish 396 4, 1, 857| an infant in the parish church of the parents unless a 397 4, 1, 858| Can. 858 §1. Every parish church is to have a baptismal font, 398 4, 1, 858| baptismal font in another church or oratory within the boundaries 399 4, 1, 859| be brought to the parish church or to the other church or 400 4, 1, 859| parish church or to the other church or oratory mentioned in 401 4, 1, 859| conferred in another nearer church or oratory, or even in another 402 4, 1, 879| them more perfectly to the Church.~ 403 4, 1, 881| sacrament of confirmation in a church and during Mass; for a just 404 4, 1, 883| communion of the Catholic Church;~3/ as regards those who 405 4, 1, 897| received and by which the Church continually lives and grows. 406 4, 1, 899| of Christ himself and the Church. In it, Christ the Lord, 407 4, 1, 902| taking place in the same church or oratory.~ 408 4, 1, 903| even if the rector of the church does not know him, provided 409 4, 1, 904| the act of Christ and the Church in which priests fulfill 410 4, 1, 908| communion with the Catholic Church.~ 411 4, 1, 926| ancient tradition of the Latin Church, the priest is to use unleavened 412 4, 1, 933| place of worship of some Church or ecclesial community which 413 4, 1, 933| communion with the Catholic Church so long as there is no scandal.~ 414 4, 1, 934| reserved in the cathedral church or its equivalent, in every 415 4, 1, 934| equivalent, in every parish church, and in a church or oratory 416 4, 1, 934| parish church, and in a church or oratory connected to 417 4, 1, 936| be reserved only in the church or principal oratory attached 418 4, 1, 937| reason to the contrary, the church in which the Most Holy Eucharist 419 4, 1, 938| only one tabernacle of a church or oratory.~§2. The tabernacle 420 4, 1, 938| situated in some part of the church or oratory which is distinguished, 421 4, 1, 938| person responsible for the church or oratory is to take care 422 4, 1, 941| in the same area of the church or oratory during the celebration 423 4, 1, 945| approved practice of the Church, any priest celebrating 424 4, 1, 946| contribute to the good of the Church and by that offering share 425 4, 1, 958| pastor and the rector of a church or other pious place which 426 4, 1, 959| are reconciled with the Church which they have wounded 427 4, 1, 960| reconciled with God and the Church. Only physical or moral 428 4, 1, 964| sacramental confessions is a church or oratory.~§2. The conference 429 4, 1, 978| confessor as a minister of the Church is to adhere faithfully 430 4, 1, 988| through the keys of the Church nor acknowledged in individual 431 4, 1, 992| by the assistance of the Church which as minister of redemption 432 4, 1, 995| supreme authority of the Church, only those to whom this 433 4, 1, 997| the special laws of the Church must also be observed.~ ~ 434 4, 1, 998| of the sick, by which the Church commends the faithful who 435 4, 1, 1011| celebrated in the cathedral church; for pastoral reasons, however, 436 4, 1, 1011| be celebrated in another church or oratory.~§2. Clerics 437 4, 1, 1025| for the ministry of the Church.~§3. The bishop ordaining 438 4, 1, 1037| publicly before God and the Church or have made perpetual vows 439 4, 1, 1063| love between Christ and the Church;~4/ help offered to those 440 4, 1, 1075| supreme authority of the Church to declare authentically 441 4, 1, 1077| supreme authority of the Church can add a nullifying clause 442 4, 1, 1086| baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it and 443 4, 1, 1108| receives it in the name of the Church.~ 444 4, 1, 1117| baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it and 445 4, 1, 1118| be celebrated in a parish church. It can be celebrated in 446 4, 1, 1118| be celebrated in another church or oratory with the permission 447 4, 1, 1118| party can be celebrated in a church or in another suitable place.~ 448 4, 1, 1119| liturgical books approved by the Church or received by legitimate 449 4, 1, 1124| baptized in the Catholic Church or received into it after 450 4, 1, 1124| of whom is enrolled in a Church or ecclesial community not 451 4, 1, 1124| communion with the Catholic Church.~ 452 4, 1, 1125| brought up in the Catholic Church;~2/ the other party is to 453 4, 1, 1148| baptism in the Catholic Church, a non-baptized man who 454 4, 1, 1149| baptism in the Catholic Church, cannot restore cohabitation 455 4, 2, 1166| the intercession of the Church.~ 456 4, 2, 1167| by the authority of the Church are to be observed carefully.~ 457 4, 2, 1170| is a prohibition of the Church to the contrary.~ 458 4, 2, 1173| function of Christ, the Church celebrates the liturgy of 459 4, 2, 1173| liturgy of the hours, the Church, hearing God speaking to 460 4, 2, 1174| hours as an action of the Church.~ 461 4, 2, 1176| Ecclesiastical funerals, by which the Church seeks spiritual support 462 4, 2, 1176| liturgical laws.~§3. The Church earnestly recommends that 463 4, 2, 1176| observed; nevertheless, the Church does not prohibit cremation 464 4, 2, 1177| celebrated in his or her parish church.~§2. Any member of the faithful 465 4, 2, 1177| permitted to choose another church for the funeral rite with 466 4, 2, 1177| transferred to it nor another church legitimately chosen for 467 4, 2, 1177| to be celebrated in the church of the parish where the 468 4, 2, 1177| law has designated another church.~ 469 4, 2, 1178| celebrated in his own cathedral church unless he has chosen another 470 4, 2, 1178| unless he has chosen another church.~ 471 4, 2, 1179| celebrated in their own church or oratory by the superior 472 4, 2, 1183| enrolled in a non-Catholic Church or ecclesial community unless 473 4, 2, 1186| of the people of God, the Church commends to the special 474 4, 2, 1187| whom the authority of the Church has recorded in the list 475 4, 2, 1190| which are honored in some church with great reverence by 476 4, 2, 1192| accepts it in the name of the Church; otherwise, it is private.~§ 477 4, 2, 1192| A vow is solemn if the Church has recognized it as such; 478 4, 3, 1208| dedication or blessing of a church or the blessing of a cemetery 479 4, 3, 1208| another in the archive of the church.~ 480 4, 3, 1214| Can. 1214 By the term church is understood a sacred building 481 4, 3, 1215| Can. 1215 §1. No church is to be built without the 482 4, 3, 1215| he judges that the new church can serve the good of souls 483 4, 3, 1215| necessary for building the church and for divine worship will 484 4, 3, 1215| permission before building a church in a certain and determined 485 4, 3, 1217| completed properly, a new church is to be dedicated or at 486 4, 3, 1218| Can. 1218 Each church is to have its own title 487 4, 3, 1218| cannot be changed after the church has been dedicated.~ 488 4, 3, 1219| Can. 1219 In a church that has legitimately been 489 4, 3, 1221| Can. 1221 Entry to a church is to be free and gratuitous 490 4, 3, 1222| Can. 1222 §1. If a church cannot be used in any way 491 4, 3, 1222| grave causes suggest that a church no longer be used for divine 492 4, 3, 1222| rights for themselves in the church and provided that the good 493 4, 3, 1230| term shrine is understood a church or other sacred place to 494 4, 3, 1235| have a fixed altar in every church, but a fixed or a movable 495 4, 3, 1236| traditional practice of the Church, the table of a fixed altar 496 4, 3, 1238| dedication or blessing if the church or other sacred place is 497 4, 3, 1240| 1. Where possible, the Church is to have its own cemeteries 498 4, 3, 1242| of burying in their own church the Roman Pontiff, cardinals, 499 4, 3, 1244| common to the universal Church, without prejudice to the 500 4, 3, 1246| observed in the universal Church as the primordial holy day


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