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     Book,  Part, Can.
501 7, 2, 1606| Can. 1606 If the parties have neglected 502 7, 2, 1607| Can. 1607 When a case has been handled 503 7, 2, 1608| Can. 1608 §1. For the pronouncement 504 7, 2, 1610| Can. 1610 §1. If there is only one 505 7, 2, 1611| Can. 1611 The sentence must:~1/ decide 506 7, 2, 1613| Can. 1613 The rules proposed above 507 7, 2, 1614| Can. 1614 The sentence is to be published 508 7, 2, 1615| Can. 1615 Publication or communication 509 7, 2, 1616| Can. 1616 §1. If in the text of the 510 7, 2, 1617| Can. 1617 Other pronouncements of 511 7, 2, 1618| Can. 1618 An interlocutory sentence 512 1, 0, 162| Can. 162 A person who has not made 513 7, 2, 1621| Can. 1621 The complaint of nullity 514 7, 2, 1624| Can. 1624 The judge who rendered the 515 7, 2, 1626| Can. 1626 §1. Not only the parties 516 7, 2, 1627| Can. 1627 Cases concerning a complaint 517 1, 0, 163| Can. 163 The authority competent 518 7, 2, 1630| Can. 1630 §1. An appeal must be introduced 519 7, 2, 1631| Can. 1631 If a question arises about 520 7, 2, 1632| Can. 1632 §1. If the appeal does not 521 7, 2, 1633| Can. 1633 An appeal must be pursued 522 7, 2, 1634| Can. 1634 §1. To pursue an appeal 523 7, 2, 1635| Can. 1635 Once the deadline for appeal 524 7, 2, 1636| Can. 1636 §1. The appellant can renounce 525 7, 2, 1637| Can. 1637 §1. An appeal made by the 526 7, 2, 1638| Can. 1638 An appeal suspends the execution 527 1, 0, 164| Can. 164 Unless the law has provided 528 7, 2, 1641| Can. 1641 Without prejudice to the 529 7, 2, 1642| Can. 1642 §1. A res iudicata possesses 530 7, 2, 1646| Can. 1646 §1. Restitutio in integrum 531 7, 2, 1648| Can. 1648 If restitutio in integrum 532 7, 2, 1649| Can. 1649 §1. The bishop who directs 533 7, 2, 1652| Can. 1652 If the execution of a sentence 534 7, 2, 1653| Can. 1653 §1. Unless particular law 535 7, 2, 1654| Can. 1654 §1. Unless the text of the 536 7, 2, 1655| Can. 1655 §1. In real actions, whenever 537 7, 2, 1656| Can. 1656 §1. All cases not excluded 538 7, 2, 1657| Can. 1657 The oral contentious process 539 7, 2, 1658| Can. 1658 §1. In addition to the things 540 7, 2, 1661| Can. 1661 §1. When the time limits 541 7, 2, 1662| Can. 1662 At the hearing the questions 542 7, 2, 1663| Can. 1663 §1. The proofs are collected 543 7, 2, 1664| Can. 1664 The notary must put into 544 7, 2, 1665| Can. 1665 The judge can admit proofs 545 7, 2, 1666| Can. 1666 If all the proofs were not 546 7, 2, 1667| Can. 1667 When the proofs have been 547 7, 2, 1668| Can. 1668 §1. Unless the discussion 548 7, 2, 1669| Can. 1669 If the appellate tribunal 549 1, 0, 167| Can. 167 §1. When the notice of the 550 7, 2, 1670| Can. 1670 In other matters pertaining 551 7, 3, 1671| Can. 1671 Marriage cases of the baptized 552 7, 3, 1672| Can. 1672 Cases concerning the merely 553 7, 3, 1674| Can. 1674 The following are qualified 554 7, 3, 1675| Can. 1675 §1. A marriage which was 555 7, 3, 1676| Can. 1676 Before accepting a case 556 7, 3, 1678| Can. 1678 §1. The defender of the 557 7, 3, 1679| Can. 1679 Unless there are full proofs 558 1, 0, 168| Can. 168 Even if a person has the 559 7, 3, 1680| Can. 1680 In cases of impotence or 560 7, 3, 1684| Can. 1684 §1. After the sentence which 561 7, 3, 1685| Can. 1685 As soon as the sentence 562 7, 3, 1687| Can. 1687 §1. If the defender of the 563 7, 3, 1689| Can. 1689 In the sentence the parties 564 1, 0, 169| Can. 169 For an election to be valid, 565 7, 3, 1690| Can. 1690 Cases for the declaration 566 7, 3, 1691| Can. 1691 In other procedural matters, 567 7, 3, 1692| Can. 1692 §1. Unless other provision 568 7, 3, 1693| Can. 1693 §1. Unless a party or the 569 7, 3, 1694| Can. 1694 The prescripts of can. 1673 570 7, 3, 1695| Can. 1695 Before accepting the case 571 7, 3, 1696| Can. 1696 Cases concerning the separation 572 7, 3, 1697| Can. 1697 Only the spouses, or one 573 7, 3, 1698| Can. 1698 §1. Only the Apostolic See 574 7, 3, 1699| Can. 1699 §1. The person competent 575 1, 0, 170| Can. 170 An election whose freedom 576 7, 3, 1702| Can. 1702 In the instruction each 577 7, 3, 1703| Can. 1703 §1. There is no publication 578 7, 3, 1704| Can. 1704 §1. When the instruction 579 7, 3, 1705| Can. 1705 §1. The bishop is to transmit 580 7, 3, 1706| Can. 1706 The Apostolic See transmits 581 7, 3, 1707| Can. 1707 §1. Whenever the death of 582 7, 3, 1708| Can. 1708 The cleric himself, the 583 7, 3, 1709| Can. 1709 §1. The libellus must be 584 1, 0, 171| Can. 171 §1. The following are effected 585 7, 3, 1710| Can. 1710 If the congregation refers 586 7, 3, 1711| Can. 1711 In these cases the defender 587 7, 3, 1712| Can. 1712 After a second sentence 588 7, 3, 1714| Can. 1714 For an agreement, a compromise, 589 7, 3, 1715| Can. 1715 §1. An agreement or compromise 590 7, 4, 1717| Can. 1717 §1. Whenever an ordinary 591 7, 4, 1718| Can. 1718 §1. When it seems that sufficient 592 7, 4, 1719| Can. 1719 The acts of the investigation, 593 1, 0, 172| Can. 172 §1. To be valid, a vote 594 7, 4, 1720| Can. 1720 If the ordinary thinks that 595 7, 4, 1721| Can. 1721 §1. If the ordinary has 596 7, 4, 1722| Can. 1722 To prevent scandals, to 597 7, 4, 1723| Can. 1723 §1. The judge who cites 598 7, 4, 1724| Can. 1724 §1. At any grade of the 599 7, 4, 1725| Can. 1725 In the discussion of the 600 7, 4, 1726| Can. 1726 If at any grade and stage 601 7, 4, 1727| Can. 1727 §1. The accused can propose 602 7, 4, 1728| Can. 1728 §1. Without prejudice to 603 1, 0, 173| Can. 173 §1. Before an election begins, 604 7, 4, 1731| Can. 1731 Even if the sentence rendered 605 7, 5, 1732| Can. 1732 What is established in the 606 7, 5, 1733| Can. 1733 §1. Whenever a person considers 607 7, 5, 1738| Can. 1738 The person making recourse 608 7, 5, 1739| Can. 1739 The superior who deals with 609 1, 0, 174| Can. 174 §1. Unless the law or the 610 7, 5, 1741| Can. 1741 The causes for which a pastor 611 7, 5, 1743| Can. 1743 A pastor can submit a resignation 612 7, 5, 1744| Can. 1744 §1. If the pastor has not 613 7, 5, 1745| Can. 1745 If the pastor opposes the 614 7, 5, 1746| Can. 1746 After the pastor has been 615 7, 5, 1748| Can. 1748 If the good of souls or 616 7, 5, 1749| Can. 1749 If the pastor does not intend 617 1, 0, 175| Can. 175 The compromise ceases and 618 7, 5, 1750| Can. 1750 Notwithstanding the reasons 619 7, 5, 1751| Can. 1751 §1. When this has been done, 620 7, 5, 1752| Can. 1752 In cases of transfer the 621 1, 0, 181| Can. 181 §1. At least two-thirds 622 1, 0, 182| Can. 182 §1. A postulation must be 623 1, 0, 183| Can. 183 §1. If a postulation has 624 1, 0, 184| Can. 184 §1. An ecclesiastical office 625 1, 0, 186| Can. 186 Loss of an office by the 626 1, 0, 187| Can. 187 Anyone responsible for oneself ( 627 1, 0, 188| Can. 188 A resignation made out of 628 1, 0, 189| Can. 189 §1. To be valid, a resignation, 629 1, 0, 190| Can. 190 §1. A transfer can be made 630 Intr | it took effect on May 19, 1918.~Everyone hailed the universal 631 Intr | Christi, 21 nov. 1950 (AAS 43 [1951] 5-24)~SPNC Secretariatus 632 1, 0, 196| Can. 196 §1. Privation from office, 633 Intr | be decided in the years 1962-1965; however, it is clear 634 Intr | Christianae Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP Ordo Paenitentiae, 2 635 1, 0, 198| Can. 198 No prescription is valid 636 Intr | foreword, and index © copyright 1998 by Canon Law Society of 637 Intr | Washington, DC 20064~san 237-6296~1999 First Printing~The Canon 638 1, 0, 200| Can. 200 Unless the law expressly 639 Intr | of America~Washington, DC 20064~san 237-6296~1999 First 640 1, 0, 201| Can. 201 §1. Continuous time is understood 641 1, 0, 202| Can. 202 §1. In law, a day is understood 642 1, 0, 203| Can. 203 §1. The initial day (a quo) 643 2, 1, 204| Can. 204 §1. The Christian faithful 644 2, 1, 205| Can. 205 Those baptized are fully 645 2, 1, 206| Can. 206 §1. Catechumens, that is, 646 2, 1, 207| Can. 207 §1. By divine institution, 647 2, 1, 208| Can. 208 From their rebirth in Christ, 648 2, 1, 209| Can. 209 §1. The Christian faithful, 649 2, 1, 210| Can. 210 All the Christian faithful 650 2, 1, 211| Can. 211 All the Christian faithful 651 2, 1, 212| Can. 212 §1. Conscious of their own 652 2, 1, 213| Can. 213 The Christian faithful have 653 2, 1, 214| Can. 214 The Christian faithful have 654 2, 1, 215| Can. 215 The Christian faithful are 655 2, 1, 216| Can. 216 Since they participate in 656 2, 1, 217| Can. 217 Since they are called by 657 2, 1, 218| Can. 218 Those engaged in the sacred 658 2, 1, 219| Can. 219 All the Christian faithful 659 2, 1, 221| Can. 221 §1. The Christian faithful 660 2, 1, 223| Can. 223 §1. In exercising their 661 2, 1, 224| Can. 224 In addition to those obligations 662 2, 1, 225| Can. 225 §1. Since, like all the 663 2, 1, 226| Can. 226 §1. According to their own 664 2, 1, 227| Can. 227 The lay Christian faithful 665 2, 1, 228| Can. 228 §1. Lay persons who are 666 2, 1, 229| Can. 229 §1. Lay persons are bound 667 2, 1, 231| Can. 231 §1. Lay persons who permanently 668 2, 1, 232| Can. 232 The Church has the duty 669 2, 1, 233| Can. 233 §1. The duty of fostering 670 2, 1, 234| Can. 234 §1. Minor seminaries and 671 2, 1, 236| Can. 236 According to the prescripts 672 2, 1, 238| Can. 238 §1. Seminaries legitimately 673 2, 1, 240| Can. 240 §1. In addition to ordinary 674 2, 1, 242| Can. 242 §1. Each nation is to have 675 2, 1, 243| Can. 243 In addition, each seminary 676 2, 1, 244| Can. 244 The spiritual formation 677 2, 1, 245| Can. 245 §1. Through their spiritual 678 2, 1, 246| Can. 246 §1. The eucharistic celebration 679 2, 1, 247| Can. 247 §1. Students are to be prepared 680 2, 1, 249| Can. 249 The program of priestly 681 2, 1, 250| Can. 250 The philosophical and theological 682 2, 1, 251| Can. 251 Philosophical instruction 683 2, 1, 252| Can. 252 §1. Theological instruction 684 2, 1, 253| Can. 253 §1. The bishop or bishops 685 2, 1, 254| Can. 254 §1. In giving instruction 686 2, 1, 256| Can. 256 §1. Students are to be instructed 687 2, 1, 258| Can. 258 In order that students also 688 2, 1, 259| Can. 259 §1. The diocesan bishop 689 2, 1, 260| Can. 260 In carrying out their proper 690 2, 1, 261| Can. 261 §1. The rector of a seminary 691 2, 1, 265| Can. 265 Every cleric must be incardinated 692 2, 1, 267| Can. 267 §1. For a cleric already 693 2, 1, 268| Can. 268 §1. A cleric who has legitimately 694 2, 1, 269| Can. 269 A diocesan bishop is not 695 2, 1, 270| Can. 270 Excardination can be licitly 696 2, 1, 272| Can. 272 A diocesan administrator 697 2, 1, 273| Can. 273 Clerics are bound by a special 698 2, 1, 274| Can. 274 §1. Only clerics can obtain 699 2, 1, 275| Can. 275 §1. Since clerics all work 700 2, 1, 278| Can. 278 §1. Secular clerics have 701 2, 1, 280| Can. 280 Some practice of common 702 2, 1, 282| Can. 282 §1. Clerics are to foster 703 2, 1, 288| Can. 288 The prescripts of cann. 704 2, 1, 292| Can. 292 A cleric who loses the clerical 705 2, 1, 294| Can. 294 After the conferences of 706 2, 1, 295| Can. 295 §1. The statutes established 707 2, 1, 296| Can. 296 Lay persons can dedicate 708 2, 1, 299| Can. 299 §1. By means of a private 709 2, 1, 302| Can. 302 Those associations of the 710 2, 1, 303| Can. 303 Associations whose members 711 2, 1, 304| Can. 304 §1. All public or private 712 2, 1, 306| Can. 306 In order for a person to 713 2, 1, 307| Can. 307 §1. The reception of members 714 2, 1, 308| Can. 308 No one legitimately enrolled 715 2, 1, 309| Can. 309 According to the norm of 716 2, 1, 310| Can. 310 A private association which 717 2, 1, 311| Can. 311 Members of institutes of 718 2, 1, 314| Can. 314 The statutes of each public 719 2, 1, 315| Can. 315 Public associations are 720 2, 1, 316| Can. 316 §1. A person who has publicly 721 2, 1, 317| Can. 317 §1. Unless the statutes 722 2, 1, 318| Can. 318 §1. In special circumstances 723 2, 1, 319| Can. 319 §1. Unless other provision 724 1, 0, 32| Can. 32 General executory decrees 725 2, 1, 320| Can. 320 §1. Only the Holy See can 726 2, 1, 322| Can. 322 §1. A private association 727 2, 1, 323| Can. 323 §1. Although private associations 728 2, 1, 325| Can. 325 §1. A private association 729 2, 1, 326| Can. 326 §1. A private association 730 2, 1, 327| Can. 327 Lay members of the Christian 731 2, 1, 328| Can. 328 Those who preside offer 732 2, 1, 329| Can. 329 Moderators of associations 733 2, 2, 330| Can. 330 Just as by the Lord’s decision 734 2, 2, 332| Can. 332 §1. The Roman Pontiff obtains 735 2, 2, 333| Can. 333 §1. By virtue of his office, 736 2, 2, 335| Can. 335 When the Roman See is vacant 737 2, 2, 336| Can. 336 The college of bishops, 738 2, 2, 337| Can. 337 §1. The college of bishops 739 2, 2, 338| Can. 338 §1. It is for the Roman 740 2, 2, 339| Can. 339 §1. All the bishops and 741 1, 0, 34| Can. 34 §1. Instructions clarify 742 2, 2, 340| Can. 340 If the Apostolic See becomes 743 2, 2, 341| Can. 341 §1. The decrees of an ecumenical 744 2, 2, 342| Can. 342 The synod of bishops is 745 2, 2, 344| Can. 344 The synod of bishops is 746 2, 2, 346| Can. 346 §1. A synod of bishops assembled 747 2, 2, 347| Can. 347 §1. When the Roman Pontiff 748 2, 2, 348| Can. 348 §1. The synod of bishops 749 2, 2, 349| Can. 349 The cardinals of the Holy 750 2, 2, 350| Can. 350 §1. The college of cardinals 751 2, 2, 351| Can. 351 §1. The Roman Pontiff freely 752 2, 2, 352| Can. 352 §1. The dean presides offer 753 2, 2, 353| Can. 353 §1. The cardinals especially 754 2, 2, 354| Can. 354 The cardinals who preside 755 2, 2, 355| Can. 355 §1. The cardinal dean is 756 2, 2, 356| Can. 356 Cardinals are obliged to 757 2, 2, 357| Can. 357 §1. The cardinals who have 758 2, 2, 358| Can. 358 A cardinal to whom the Roman 759 2, 2, 359| Can. 359 When the Apostolic See is 760 2, 2, 360| Can. 360 The Supreme Pontiff usually 761 2, 2, 362| Can. 362 The Roman Pontiff has the 762 2, 2, 363| Can. 363 §1. To the legates of the 763 2, 2, 366| Can. 366 In view of the particular 764 2, 2, 367| Can. 367 The function of a pontifical 765 2, 2, 369| Can. 369 A diocese is a portion of 766 2, 2, 370| Can. 370 A territorial prelature 767 2, 2, 372| Can. 372 §1. As a rule, a portion 768 2, 2, 373| Can. 373 It is only for the supreme 769 2, 2, 375| Can. 375 §1. Bishops, who by divine 770 2, 2, 376| Can. 376 Bishops to whom the care 771 2, 2, 377| Can. 377 §1. The Supreme Pontiff 772 2, 2, 379| Can. 379 Unless he is prevented by 773 1, 0, 38| Can. 38 An administrative act, even 774 2, 2, 380| Can. 380 Before he takes canonical 775 2, 2, 382| Can. 382 §1. One promoted as bishop 776 2, 2, 383| Can. 383 §1. In exercising the function 777 2, 2, 385| Can. 385 As much as possible, a diocesan 778 2, 2, 387| Can. 387 Since the diocesan bishop 779 2, 2, 389| Can. 389 He is frequently to preside 780 2, 2, 390| Can. 390 A diocesan bishop can perform 781 2, 2, 392| Can. 392 §1. Since he must protect 782 2, 2, 393| Can. 393 The diocesan bishop represents 783 2, 2, 394| Can. 394 §1. A bishop is to foster 784 2, 2, 395| Can. 395 §1. Even if a diocesan bishop 785 2, 2, 396| Can. 396 §1. A bishop is obliged 786 2, 2, 397| Can. 397 §1. Persons, Catholic institutions, 787 2, 2, 398| Can. 398 A bishop is to strive to 788 2, 2, 399| Can. 399 §1. Every Five years a diocesan 789 2, 2, 400| Can. 400 §1. Unless the Apostolic 790 2, 2, 404| Can. 404 §1. A coadjutor bishop takes 791 2, 2, 405| Can. 405 §1. A coadjutor bishop and 792 2, 2, 407| Can. 407 §1. In order to foster the 793 2, 2, 408| Can. 408 §1. A coadjutor bishop and 794 1, 0, 41| Can. 41 The executor of an administrative 795 2, 2, 410| Can. 410 Like the diocesan bishop, 796 2, 2, 411| Can. 411 The prescripts of cann. 797 2, 2, 412| Can. 412 An episcopal see is understood 798 2, 2, 414| Can. 414 Whoever has been called 799 2, 2, 415| Can. 415 If an ecclesiastical penalty 800 2, 2, 416| Can. 416 An episcopal see is vacant 801 2, 2, 417| Can. 417 Everything that a vicar 802 2, 2, 418| Can. 418 §1. Upon certain notice 803 2, 2, 419| Can. 419 When a see is vacant and 804 2, 2, 420| Can. 420 When the see is vacant in 805 2, 2, 422| Can. 422 An auxiliary bishop or, 806 2, 2, 423| Can. 423 §1. One diocesan administrator 807 2, 2, 424| Can. 424 A diocesan administrator 808 2, 2, 426| Can. 426 When a see is vacant, the 809 2, 2, 427| Can. 427 §1. A diocesan administrator 810 2, 2, 428| Can. 428 §1. When a see is vacant, 811 2, 2, 430| Can. 430 §1. The function of a diocesan 812 2, 2, 431| Can. 431 §1. To promote the common 813 2, 2, 432| Can. 432 §1. The provincial council 814 2, 2, 434| Can. 434 It belongs to a meeting 815 2, 2, 435| Can. 435 A metropolitan, who is the 816 2, 2, 436| Can. 436 §1. In the suffragan dioceses, 817 2, 2, 437| Can. 437 §1. Within three months 818 2, 2, 438| Can. 438 The titles of patriarch 819 2, 2, 440| Can. 440 §1. A provincial council 820 2, 2, 442| Can. 442 §1. It is for the metropolitan 821 2, 2, 443| Can. 443 §1. The following must be 822 2, 2, 444| Can. 444 §1. All who are called to 823 2, 2, 445| Can. 445 A particular council, for 824 2, 2, 447| Can. 447 A conference of bishops, 825 2, 2, 448| Can. 448 §1. As a general rule, a 826 1, 0, 45| Can. 45 If the executor has erred 827 2, 2, 451| Can. 451 Each conference of bishops 828 2, 2, 452| Can. 452 §1. Each conference of bishops 829 2, 2, 453| Can. 453 Plenary meetings of a conference 830 2, 2, 454| Can. 454 §1. By the law itself, diocesan 831 2, 2, 455| Can. 455 §1. A conference of bishops 832 2, 2, 456| Can. 456 When a plenary meeting of 833 2, 2, 457| Can. 457 It is for the permanent 834 2, 2, 458| Can. 458 It is for the general secretariat:~ 835 1, 0, 46| Can. 46 An administrative act does 836 2, 2, 460| Can. 460 A diocesan synod is a group 837 2, 2, 461| Can. 461 §1. A diocesan synod is 838 2, 2, 462| Can. 462 §1. The diocesan bishop 839 2, 2, 463| Can. 463 §1. The following must be 840 2, 2, 464| Can. 464 If a member of the synod 841 2, 2, 466| Can. 466 The only legislator in a 842 2, 2, 468| Can. 468 §1. The diocesan bishop 843 2, 2, 470| Can. 470 The appointment of those 844 2, 2, 471| Can. 471 All those who are admitted 845 2, 2, 474| Can. 474 For validity, acts of the 846 2, 2, 475| Can. 475 §1. In each diocese the 847 2, 2, 476| Can. 476 Whenever the correct governance 848 2, 2, 477| Can. 477 §1. The diocesan bishop 849 2, 2, 478| Can. 478 §1. A vicar general and 850 2, 2, 479| Can. 479 §1. By virtue of office, 851 2, 2, 480| Can. 480 A vicar general and an episcopal 852 2, 2, 482| Can. 482 §1. In every curia a chancellor 853 2, 2, 483| Can. 483 §1. Besides the chancellor, 854 2, 2, 485| Can. 485 The chancellor and other 855 2, 2, 486| Can. 486 §1. All documents which 856 2, 2, 487| Can. 487 §1. The archive must be 857 2, 2, 488| Can. 488 It is not permitted to remove 858 2, 2, 489| Can. 489 §1. In the diocesan curia 859 2, 2, 490| Can. 490 §1. Only the bishop is to 860 2, 2, 492| Can. 492 §1. In every diocese a Finance 861 2, 2, 493| Can. 493 In addition to the functions 862 2, 2, 496| Can. 496 The presbyteral council 863 2, 2, 498| Can. 498 §1. The following have the 864 1, 0, 50| Can. 50 Before issuing a singular 865 2, 2, 500| Can. 500 §1. It is for the diocesan 866 2, 2, 501| Can. 501 §1. Members of the presbyteral 867 2, 2, 504| Can. 504 The erection, alteration, 868 2, 2, 505| Can. 505 Each and every chapter, 869 2, 2, 507| Can. 507 §1. One of the canons is 870 2, 2, 509| Can. 509 §1. After having heard the 871 2, 2, 510| Can. 510 §1. Parishes are no longer 872 2, 2, 511| Can. 511 In every diocese and to 873 2, 2, 512| Can. 512 §1. A pastoral council consists 874 2, 2, 513| Can. 513 §1. A pastoral council is 875 2, 2, 514| Can. 514 §1. A pastoral council possesses 876 2, 2, 515| Can. 515 §1. A parish is a certain 877 2, 2, 516| Can. 516 §1. Unless the law provides 878 2, 2, 518| Can. 518 As a general rule a parish 879 2, 2, 519| Can. 519 The pastor (parochus) is 880 1, 0, 52| Can. 52 A singular decree has force 881 2, 2, 520| Can. 520 §1. A juridic person is 882 2, 2, 523| Can. 523 Without prejudice to the 883 1, 0, 53| Can. 53 If decrees are contrary 884 2, 2, 536| Can. 536 §1. If the diocesan bishop 885 2, 2, 537| Can. 537 In each parish there is 886 2, 2, 538| Can. 538 §1. A pastor ceases from 887 1, 0, 54| Can. 54 §1. A singular decree whose 888 2, 2, 543| Can. 543 §1. If the pastoral care 889 2, 2, 544| Can. 544 When a priest from the group 890 2, 2, 545| Can. 545 §1. Whenever it is necessary 891 2, 2, 547| Can. 547 The diocesan bishop freely 892 2, 2, 548| Can. 548 §1. The obligations and 893 1, 0, 55| Can. 55 Without prejudice to the 894 2, 2, 551| Can. 551 The prescripts of can. 531 895 2, 2, 552| Can. 552 The diocesan bishop or diocesan 896 2, 2, 553| Can. 553 §1. A vicar forane, who 897 2, 2, 554| Can. 554 §1. For the office of vicar 898 2, 2, 555| Can. 555 §1. In addition to the faculties 899 2, 2, 556| Can. 556 Rectors of churches are 900 2, 2, 557| Can. 557 §1. The diocesan bishop 901 2, 2, 558| Can. 558 Without prejudice to the 902 2, 2, 559| Can. 559 A rector can perform liturgical 903 2, 2, 560| Can. 560 When the local ordinary 904 2, 2, 561| Can. 561 No one is permitted to celebrate 905 2, 2, 562| Can. 562 The rector of a church, 906 2, 2, 564| Can. 564 A chaplain is a priest to 907 2, 2, 566| Can. 566 §1. A chaplain must be provided 908 2, 2, 567| Can. 567 §1. The local ordinary is 909 2, 2, 568| Can. 568 As far as possible, chaplains 910 2, 2, 569| Can. 569 Military chaplains are governed 911 2, 2, 570| Can. 570 If a non-parochial church 912 2, 2, 572| Can. 572 In what pertains to the 913 2, 3, 575| Can. 575 The evangelical counsels, 914 2, 3, 576| Can. 576 It is for the competent 915 2, 3, 579| Can. 579 Diocesan bishops, each in 916 2, 3, 580| Can. 580 The aggregation of one institute 917 2, 3, 582| Can. 582 Mergers and unions of institutes 918 2, 3, 583| Can. 583 Changes in institutes of 919 2, 3, 584| Can. 584 The suppression of an institute 920 2, 3, 585| Can. 585 It belongs to the competent 921 2, 3, 587| Can. 587 §1. To protect more faithfully 922 2, 3, 588| Can. 588 §1. By its very nature, 923 2, 3, 589| Can. 589 An institute of consecrated 924 2, 3, 590| Can. 590 §1. Inasmuch as institutes 925 2, 3, 591| Can. 591 In order to provide better 926 2, 3, 593| Can. 593 Without prejudice to the 927 2, 3, 594| Can. 594 Without prejudice to can. 928 2, 3, 595| Can. 595 §1. It is for the bishop 929 2, 3, 596| Can. 596 §1. Superiors and chapters 930 2, 3, 599| Can. 599 The evangelical counsel 931 2, 3, 603| Can. 603 §1. In addition to institutes 932 2, 3, 604| Can. 604 §1. Similar to these forms 933 2, 3, 605| Can. 605 The approval of new forms 934 2, 3, 607| Can. 607 §1. As a consecration of 935 2, 3, 608| Can. 608 A religious community must 936 2, 3, 610| Can. 610 §1. The erection of houses 937 2, 3, 611| Can. 611 The consent of the diocesan 938 2, 3, 612| Can. 612 For a religious house to 939 2, 3, 614| Can. 614 Monasteries of nuns associated 940 2, 3, 616| Can. 616 §1. The supreme moderator 941 2, 3, 618| Can. 618 Superiors are to exercise 942 2, 3, 619| Can. 619 Superiors are to devote 943 2, 3, 620| Can. 620 Those who govern an entire 944 2, 3, 621| Can. 621 A grouping of several houses 945 2, 3, 622| Can. 622 The supreme moderator holds 946 2, 3, 623| Can. 623 In order for members to 947 2, 3, 625| Can. 625 §1. The supreme moderator 948 2, 3, 626| Can. 626 Superiors in the conferral 949 2, 3, 628| Can. 628 §1. The superiors whom the 950 2, 3, 629| Can. 629 Superiors are to reside 951 Intr | Washington, DC 20064~san 237-6296~1999 First Printing~The 952 2, 3, 631| Can. 631 §1. The general chapter, 953 2, 3, 632| Can. 632 Proper law is to determine 954 2, 3, 634| Can. 634 §1. As juridic persons by 955 2, 3, 635| Can. 635 §1. Since the temporal goods 956 2, 3, 637| Can. 637 The autonomous monasteries 957 2, 3, 640| Can. 640 Taking into account local 958 2, 3, 641| Can. 641 The right to admit candidates 959 2, 3, 643| Can. 643 §1. The following are admitted 960 2, 3, 644| Can. 644 Superiors are not to admit 961 2, 3, 646| Can. 646 The novitiate, through which 962 2, 3, 649| Can. 649 §1. Without prejudice to 963 2, 3, 650| Can. 650 §1. The scope of the novitiate 964 2, 3, 651| Can. 651 §1. The director of novices 965 2, 3, 652| Can. 652 §1. It is for the director 966 2, 3, 653| Can. 653 §1. A novice can freely 967 2, 3, 654| Can. 654 By religious profession, 968 2, 3, 658| Can. 658 In addition to the conditions 969 1, 0, 66| Can. 66 A rescript does not become 970 2, 3, 660| Can. 660 §1. Formation is to be systematic, 971 2, 3, 661| Can. 661 Through their entire life, 972 2, 3, 662| Can. 662 Religious are to have as 973 2, 3, 663| Can. 663 §1. The first and foremost 974 2, 3, 664| Can. 664 Religious are to strive 975 2, 3, 666| Can. 666 In the use of means of social 976 2, 3, 667| Can. 667 §1. In all houses, cloister 977 2, 3, 668| Can. 668 §1. Before first profession, 978 2, 3, 669| Can. 669 §1. Religious are to wear 979 2, 3, 670| Can. 670 An institute must supply 980 2, 3, 671| Can. 671 A religious is not to accept 981 2, 3, 672| Can. 672 Religious are bound by the 982 2, 3, 675| Can. 675 §1. Apostolic action belongs 983 2, 3, 676| Can. 676 Lay institutes, whether 984 2, 3, 677| Can. 677 §1. Superiors and members 985 2, 3, 680| Can. 680 Among the various institutes 986 2, 3, 681| Can. 681 §1. Works which a diocesan 987 2, 3, 686| Can. 686 §1. With the consent of 988 2, 3, 687| Can. 687 An exclaustrated member 989 2, 3, 688| Can. 688 §1. A person who wishes 990 2, 3, 689| Can. 689 §1. If there are just causes, 991 1, 0, 69| Can. 69 A rescript for whose presentation 992 2, 3, 691| Can. 691 §1. A perpetually professed 993 2, 3, 692| Can. 692 Unless it has been rejected 994 2, 3, 698| Can. 698 In all the cases mentioned 995 2, 3, 699| Can. 699 §1. The supreme moderator 996 2, 3, 703| Can. 703 In the case of grave external 997 2, 3, 706| Can. 706 The religious mentioned 998 2, 3, 707| Can. 707 §1. A retired religious 999 2, 3, 708| Can. 708 Major superiors can be associated 1000 2, 3, 709| Can. 709 Conferences of major superiors


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