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     Book,  Part, Can.
1001 2, 3, 710| Can. 710 A secular institute is an 1002 2, 3, 711| Can. 711 The consecration of a member 1003 2, 3, 714| Can. 714 Members are to lead their 1004 2, 3, 715| Can. 715 §1. Clerical members incardinated 1005 2, 3, 716| Can. 716 §1. All members are to participate 1006 2, 3, 717| Can. 717 §1. The constitutions are 1007 2, 3, 718| Can. 718 The administration of the 1008 2, 3, 719| Can. 719 §1. For members to respond 1009 2, 3, 720| Can. 720 The right of admission into 1010 2, 3, 721| Can. 721 §1. A person is admitted 1011 2, 3, 722| Can. 722 §1. Initial probation is 1012 2, 3, 723| Can. 723 §1. When the period of initial 1013 2, 3, 725| Can. 725 An institute can associate 1014 2, 3, 726| Can. 726 §1. When the period of temporary 1015 2, 3, 729| Can. 729 A member is dismissed from 1016 2, 3, 730| Can. 730 In order for a member of 1017 2, 3, 732| Can. 732 Those things which are established 1018 2, 3, 733| Can. 733 §1. The competent authority 1019 2, 3, 734| Can. 734 The constitutions determine 1020 2, 3, 735| Can. 735 §1. The proper law of each 1021 2, 3, 736| Can. 736 §1. In clerical societies, 1022 2, 3, 737| Can. 737 Incorporation entails on 1023 2, 3, 738| Can. 738 §1. All members are subject 1024 2, 3, 740| Can. 740 Members must live in a house 1025 2, 3, 741| Can. 741 §1. Societies and, unless 1026 2, 3, 742| Can. 742 The constitutions of each 1027 2, 3, 743| Can. 743 Without prejudice to the 1028 2, 3, 744| Can. 744 §1. It is equally reserved 1029 2, 3, 745| Can. 745 The supreme moderator with 1030 2, 3, 746| Can. 746 For the dismissal of a definitively 1031 3, 0, 747| Can. 747 §1. The Church, to which 1032 3, 0, 748| Can. 748 §1. All persons are bound 1033 3, 0, 749| Can. 749 §1. By virtue of his office, 1034 3, 0, 751| Can. 751 Heresy is the obstinate 1035 3, 0, 754| Can. 754 All the Christian faithful 1036 3, 0, 755| Can. 755 §1. It is above all for 1037 3, 0, 756| Can. 756 §1. With respect to the 1038 3, 0, 758| Can. 758 By virtue of their consecration 1039 3, 0, 759| Can. 759 By virtue of baptism and 1040 3, 0, 760| Can. 760 The mystery of Christ is 1041 3, 0, 761| Can. 761 The various means available 1042 3, 0, 762| Can. 762 Sacred ministers, among 1043 3, 0, 763| Can. 763 Bishops have the right to 1044 3, 0, 764| Can. 764 Without prejudice to the 1045 3, 0, 766| Can. 766 Lay persons can be permitted 1046 3, 0, 768| Can. 768 §1. Those who proclaim the 1047 3, 0, 769| Can. 769 Christian doctrine is to 1048 3, 0, 770| Can. 770 At certain times according 1049 3, 0, 771| Can. 771 §1. Pastors of souls, especially 1050 3, 0, 772| Can. 772 §1. In the exercise of preaching, 1051 3, 0, 773| Can. 773 It is a proper and grave 1052 3, 0, 776| Can. 776 By virtue of his function, 1053 3, 0, 777| Can. 777 Attentive to the norms established 1054 3, 0, 778| Can. 778 Religious superiors and 1055 3, 0, 779| Can. 779 Catechetical instruction 1056 1, 0, 78| Can. 78 §1. A privilege is presumed 1057 3, 0, 781| Can. 781 Since the whole Church is 1058 3, 0, 782| Can. 782 §1. The Roman Pontiff and 1059 3, 0, 783| Can. 783 Since by virtue of their 1060 3, 0, 784| Can. 784 Missionaries, that is, those 1061 3, 0, 785| Can. 785 §1. Catechists are to be 1062 3, 0, 786| Can. 786 The Church accomplishes 1063 3, 0, 788| Can. 788 §1. When the period of the 1064 3, 0, 789| Can. 789 Neophytes are to be formed 1065 3, 0, 790| Can. 790 §1. It is for the diocesan 1066 3, 0, 791| Can. 791 To foster missionary cooperation 1067 3, 0, 792| Can. 792 Conferences of bishops are 1068 3, 0, 793| Can. 793 §1. Parents and those who 1069 3, 0, 794| Can. 794 §1. The duty and right of 1070 3, 0, 795| Can. 795 Since true education must 1071 3, 0, 796| Can. 796 §1. Among the means to foster 1072 3, 0, 797| Can. 797 Parents must possess a true 1073 3, 0, 798| Can. 798 Parents are to entrust their 1074 3, 0, 799| Can. 799 The Christian faithful are 1075 1, 0, 80| Can. 80 §1. No privilege ceases 1076 3, 0, 800| Can. 800 §1. The Church has the right 1077 3, 0, 801| Can. 801 Religious institutes whose 1078 3, 0, 802| Can. 802 §1. If schools which offer 1079 3, 0, 803| Can. 803 §1. A Catholic school is 1080 3, 0, 804| Can. 804 §1. The Catholic religious 1081 3, 0, 805| Can. 805 For his own diocese, the 1082 3, 0, 806| Can. 806 §1. The diocesan bishop 1083 3, 0, 807| Can. 807 The Church has the right 1084 3, 0, 808| Can. 808 Even if it is in fact Catholic, 1085 3, 0, 809| Can. 809 If it is possible and expedient, 1086 3, 0, 811| Can. 811 §1. The competent ecclesiastical 1087 3, 0, 814| Can. 814 The prescripts established 1088 3, 0, 815| Can. 815 Ecclesiastical universities 1089 3, 0, 816| Can. 816 §1. Ecclesiastical universities 1090 3, 0, 818| Can. 818 The prescripts established 1091 3, 0, 819| Can. 819 To the extent that the good 1092 1, 0, 82| Can. 82 A privilege which is not 1093 3, 0, 820| Can. 820 The moderators and professors 1094 3, 0, 821| Can. 821 The conference of bishops 1095 3, 0, 822| Can. 822 §1. The pastors of the Church, 1096 3, 0, 823| Can. 823 §1. In order to preserve 1097 3, 0, 824| Can. 824 §1. Unless it is established 1098 3, 0, 825| Can. 825 §1. Books of the sacred 1099 3, 0, 826| Can. 826 §1. The prescripts of can. 1100 3, 0, 827| Can. 827 §1. To be published, catechisms 1101 3, 0, 828| Can. 828 It is not permitted to reprint 1102 3, 0, 829| Can. 829 The approval or permission 1103 1, 0, 83| Can. 83 §1. A privilege ceases through 1104 3, 0, 830| Can. 830 §1. The conference of bishops 1105 3, 0, 831| Can. 831 §1. Except for a just and 1106 3, 0, 832| Can. 832 Members of religious institutes 1107 4, 0, 834| Can. 834 §1. The Church fulfills 1108 4, 0, 836| Can. 836 Since Christian worship, 1109 4, 0, 839| Can. 839 §1. The Church carries out 1110 1, 0, 84| Can. 84 One who abuses the power 1111 4, 1, 840| Can. 840 The sacraments of the New 1112 4, 1, 841| Can. 841 Since the sacraments are 1113 4, 1, 842| Can. 842 §1. A person who has not 1114 4, 1, 843| Can. 843 §1. Sacred ministers cannot 1115 4, 1, 845| Can. 845 §1. Since the sacraments 1116 4, 1, 846| Can. 846 §1. In celebrating the sacraments 1117 4, 1, 847| Can. 847 §1. In administering the 1118 4, 1, 848| Can. 848 The minister is to seek 1119 4, 1, 849| Can. 849 Baptism, the gateway to 1120 1, 0, 85| Can. 85 A dispensation, or the relaxation 1121 4, 1, 850| Can. 850 Baptism is administered 1122 4, 1, 851| Can. 851 The celebration of baptism 1123 4, 1, 852| Can. 852 §1. The prescripts of the 1124 4, 1, 853| Can. 853 Apart from a case of necessity, 1125 4, 1, 854| Can. 854 Baptism is to be conferred 1126 4, 1, 855| Can. 855 Parents, sponsors, and the 1127 4, 1, 856| Can. 856 Although baptism can be 1128 4, 1, 857| Can. 857 §1. Apart from a case of 1129 4, 1, 859| Can. 859 If because of distance or 1130 4, 1, 860| Can. 860 §1. Apart from a case of 1131 4, 1, 862| Can. 862 Except in a case of necessity, 1132 4, 1, 863| Can. 863 The baptism of adults, at 1133 4, 1, 865| Can. 865 §1. For an adult to be baptized, 1134 4, 1, 866| Can. 866 Unless there is a grave 1135 4, 1, 867| Can. 867 §1. Parents are obliged 1136 4, 1, 868| Can. 868 §1. For an infant to be 1137 4, 1, 869| Can. 869 §1. If there is a doubt 1138 4, 1, 870| Can. 870 An abandoned infant or a 1139 4, 1, 871| Can. 871 If aborted fetuses are alive, 1140 4, 1, 872| Can. 872 Insofar as possible, a person 1141 4, 1, 873| Can. 873 There is to be only one 1142 4, 1, 875| Can. 875 A person who administers 1143 4, 1, 878| Can. 878 If the baptism was not administered 1144 4, 1, 879| Can. 879 The sacrament of confirmation 1145 1, 0, 88| Can. 88 A local ordinary is able 1146 4, 1, 880| Can. 880 §1. The sacrament of confirmation 1147 4, 1, 881| Can. 881 It is desirable to celebrate 1148 4, 1, 884| Can. 884 §1. The diocesan bishop 1149 4, 1, 886| Can. 886 §1. A bishop in his diocese 1150 4, 1, 887| Can. 887 A presbyter who possesses 1151 4, 1, 888| Can. 888 Within the territory in 1152 4, 1, 889| Can. 889 §1. Every baptized person 1153 4, 1, 890| Can. 890 The faithful are obliged 1154 4, 1, 891| Can. 891 The sacrament of confirmation 1155 4, 1, 892| Can. 892 Insofar as possible, there 1156 4, 1, 893| Can. 893 §1. To perform the function 1157 4, 1, 894| Can. 894 To prove the conferral of 1158 4, 1, 895| Can. 895 The names of those confirmed 1159 4, 1, 896| Can. 896 If the pastor of the place 1160 4, 1, 897| Can. 897 The most August sacrament 1161 4, 1, 899| Can. 899 §1. The eucharistic celebration 1162 4, 1, 901| Can. 901 A priest is free to apply 1163 4, 1, 902| Can. 902 Unless the welfare of the 1164 4, 1, 903| Can. 903 A priest is to be permitted 1165 4, 1, 904| Can. 904 Remembering always that 1166 4, 1, 905| Can. 905 §1. A priest is not permitted 1167 4, 1, 906| Can. 906 Except for a just and reasonable 1168 4, 1, 907| Can. 907 In the eucharistic celebration 1169 4, 1, 908| Can. 908 Catholic priests are forbidden 1170 4, 1, 909| Can. 909 A priest is not to neglect 1171 4, 1, 910| Can. 910 §1. The ordinary minister 1172 4, 1, 911| Can. 911 §1. The pastor, parochial 1173 4, 1, 912| Can. 912 Any baptized person not 1174 4, 1, 913| Can. 913 §1. The administration of 1175 4, 1, 914| Can. 914 It is primarily the duty 1176 4, 1, 915| Can. 915 Those who have been excommunicated 1177 4, 1, 916| Can. 916 A person who is conscious 1178 4, 1, 917| Can. 917 A person who has already 1179 4, 1, 918| Can. 918 It is highly recommended 1180 4, 1, 919| Can. 919 §1. A person who is to receive 1181 1, 0, 92| Can. 92 A dispensation is subject 1182 4, 1, 920| Can. 920 §1. After being initiated 1183 4, 1, 923| Can. 923 The Christian faithful can 1184 4, 1, 924| Can. 924 §1. The most holy eucharistic 1185 4, 1, 925| Can. 925 Holy communion is to be 1186 4, 1, 926| Can. 926 According to the ancient 1187 4, 1, 927| Can. 927 It is absolutely forbidden, 1188 1, 0, 93| Can. 93 A dispensation which has 1189 4, 1, 930| Can. 930 §1. If an infirm or elderly 1190 4, 1, 931| Can. 931 The celebration and distribution 1191 4, 1, 932| Can. 932 §1. The eucharistic celebration 1192 4, 1, 933| Can. 933 For a just cause and with 1193 4, 1, 934| Can. 934 §1. The Most Holy Eucharist:~ 1194 4, 1, 935| Can. 935 No one is permitted to keep 1195 4, 1, 936| Can. 936 In the house of a religious 1196 4, 1, 937| Can. 937 Unless there is a grave 1197 4, 1, 938| Can. 938 §1. The Most Holy Eucharist 1198 4, 1, 939| Can. 939 Consecrated hosts in a quantity 1199 1, 0, 94| Can. 94 §1. Statutes in the proper 1200 4, 1, 940| Can. 940 A special lamp which indicates 1201 4, 1, 941| Can. 941 §1. In churches or oratories 1202 4, 1, 942| Can. 942 It is recommended that in 1203 4, 1, 943| Can. 943 The minister of exposition 1204 Intr | articles.~Case binding: isbn 0-943616-79-4~LC number 99-093240~ 1205 4, 1, 944| Can. 944 §1. When it can be done 1206 4, 1, 945| Can. 945 §1. In accord with the approved 1207 4, 1, 948| Can. 948 Separate Masses are to be 1208 4, 1, 949| Can. 949 A person obliged to celebrate 1209 1, 0, 95| Can. 95 §1. Rules of order (ordines) 1210 4, 1, 950| Can. 950 If a sum of money is offered 1211 4, 1, 951| Can. 951 §1. A priest who celebrates 1212 4, 1, 952| Can. 952 §1. It is for the provincial 1213 4, 1, 953| Can. 953 No one is permitted to accept 1214 4, 1, 954| Can. 954 If in certain churches or 1215 4, 1, 955| Can. 955 §1. A person who intends 1216 4, 1, 956| Can. 956 Each and every administrator 1217 4, 1, 957| Can. 957 The duty and right of exercising 1218 4, 1, 959| Can. 959 In the sacrament of penance 1219 1, 0, 96| Can. 96 By baptism one is incorporated 1220 4, 1, 960| Can. 960 Individual and integral 1221 4, 1, 961| Can. 961 §1. Absolution cannot be 1222 4, 1, 962| Can. 962 §1. For a member of the 1223 4, 1, 963| Can. 963 Without prejudice to the 1224 4, 1, 964| Can. 964 §1. The proper place to 1225 4, 1, 965| Can. 965 A priest alone is the minister 1226 4, 1, 970| Can. 970 The faculty to hear confessions 1227 4, 1, 971| Can. 971 The local ordinary is not 1228 4, 1, 972| Can. 972 The competent authority 1229 4, 1, 973| Can. 973 The faculty to hear confessions 1230 4, 1, 975| Can. 975 Besides by revocation, the 1231 4, 1, 978| Can. 978 §1. In hearing confessions 1232 4, 1, 979| Can. 979 In posing questions, the 1233 1, 0, 98| Can. 98 §1. A person who has reached 1234 4, 1, 980| Can. 980 If the confessor has no 1235 4, 1, 981| Can. 981 The confessor is to impose 1236 4, 1, 982| Can. 982 Whoever confesses to have 1237 4, 1, 984| Can. 984 §1. A confessor is prohibited 1238 4, 1, 986| Can. 986 §1. All to whom the care 1239 4, 1, 987| Can. 987 To receive the salvific 1240 4, 1, 988| Can. 988 §1. A member of the Christian 1241 4, 1, 992| Can. 992 An indulgence is the remission 1242 4, 1, 993| Can. 993 An indulgence is partial 1243 4, 1, 994| Can. 994 Any member of the faithful 1244 4, 1, 995| Can. 995 §1. In addition to the supreme 1245 4, 1, 996| Can. 996 §1. To be capable of gaining 1246 4, 1, 997| Can. 997 As regards the granting 1247 4, 1, 998| Can. 998 The anointing of the sick, 1248 Intr | ABBREVIATIONS AND SIGLA~AA Decr. Apostolicam actuositatem, 1249 Intr | Canon Law on this CD.~ ~ABBREVIATIONS AND SIGLA~AA Decr. Apostolicam 1250 4, 1, 1089| and a woman who has been abducted or at least detained with 1251 4, 2, 1167| those already received, or abolish or change any of them.~§ 1252 6, 1, 1312| applied.~§2. If a later law abolishes a law or at least the penalty, 1253 4, 1, 871| Can. 871 If aborted fetuses are alive, they 1254 1, 0, 3| canons of the Code neither abrogate nor derogate from the agreements 1255 1, 0, 20| Can. 20 A later law abrogates, or derogates from, an earlier 1256 2, 3, 740| law, which also governs absences from the house or community.~ 1257 7, 4, 1726| declare this in a sentence and absolve the accused even if it is 1258 4, 1, 976| to hear confessions, he absolves validly and licitly any 1259 2, 3, 599| come and a source of more abundant fruitfulness in an undivided 1260 4, 3, 1234| are to be supplied more abundantly to the faithful by the diligent 1261 6, 1, 1325| some dignity or who has abused a position of authority 1262 3, 0, 806| given in them is at least as academically distinguished as that in 1263 3, 0, 761| of doctrine in schools, academies, conferences, and meetings 1264 4, 1, 955| soon as possible to priests acceptable to him, provided that he 1265 6, 1, 1328| same or lesser gravity.~§2. Accomplices who are not named in a law 1266 3, 0, 786| Can. 786 The Church accomplishes the specifically missionary 1267 2, 1, 301| spiritual purposes whose accomplishment has not been sufficiently 1268 7, 2, 1537| decide how much value must be accorded an extrajudicial confession 1269 7, 2, 1595| the litigation which have accrued because of the absence and 1270 4, 3, 1240| blessed.~§2. If this cannot be achieved, however, then individual 1271 2, 1, 275| law.~§2. Clerics are to acknowledge and promote the mission 1272 2, 2, 386| believed, while nonetheless acknowledging a just freedom in further 1273 2, 1, 230| they are not lectors or acolytes, can also supply certain 1274 7, 1, 1448| trusteeship, guardianship, close acquaintance, great animosity, the making 1275 5, 0 | TITLE I.~THE ACQUISITION OF GOODS (Cann. 1259 - 1272)~ 1276 6, 1, 1347| 1348 When an accused is acquitted of an accusation or when 1277 Intr | official who functioned as an actuary.~The number of meetings 1278 Intr | SIGLA~AA Decr. Apostolicam actuositatem, 18 nov. 1965 (AAS 59 [1966] 1279 2, 1, 243| bishops involved, which is to adapt the norms of the program 1280 4, 1, 1071| observed with necessary adaptation.~ 1281 2, 3, 746| observed with appropriate adaptations.~ ~ 1282 Intr | ongoing need of appropriately adapting church discipline to changing 1283 Intr | recognitus et auctus nonnullis additamentis perficitur, 20 aug. 1971 ( 1284 Intr | Apostolic See subsequently addressed certain more urgent disciplinary 1285 7, 2, 1563| with the parties, and, when addressing specific questions to the 1286 4, 3, 1235| is so constructed that it adheres to the floor and thus cannot 1287 2, 2, 369| the presbyterium, so that, adhering to its pastor and gathered 1288 Intr | Commentarium officiale~Adh. Adhortatio~AG Decr. Ad gentes, 7 dec. 1289 Intr | Monsignor fiilliam Onclin as adjunct secretary of the Commission. 1290 7, 2, 1649| to the same judge who can adjust the assessment.~ ~ 1291 7, 2, 1640| instance with appropriate adjustments; immediately after the issue 1292 7, 1, 1479| present or does not seem admissible, the judge will appoint 1293 5, 0, 1260| diocesan bishop is bound to admonish the faithful of the obligation 1294 Intr | 1917~CA Sec Rescr. Cum admotae, 6 nov. 1964 (AAS 59 [1967] 1295 4, 1, 877| child, the names of those adopting are to be inscribed and, 1296 4, 1, 898| worshiping it with the highest adoration. In explaining the doctrine 1297 2, 3, 663| sacred Body of Christ, and to adore the Lord himself present 1298 4, 1, 942| profoundly meditates on and adores the eucharistic mystery. 1299 4, 1, 1152| refuse forgiveness to an adulterous partner and not disrupt 1300 Intr | Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP Ordo Paenitentiae, 1301 4, 1, 1063| in a Christian spirit and advances in perfection. This assistance 1302 7, 1, 1446| controversy can be concluded advantageously by an agreement or the judgment 1303 1, 0, 100| domicile; a temporary resident (advena) in the place where the 1304 2, 1, 324| freely choose a spiritual advisor, if it desires one, from 1305 2, 1, 228| the Church as experts and advisors, even in councils according 1306 Intr | unanimously responded placet (affirmatively) to the following question: 1307 7, 2, 1565| memory that they cannot be affirmed with certainty unless previously 1308 2, 2, 529| to seek out the poor, the afflicted, the lonely, those exiled 1309 2, 2, 492| degree of consanguinity or affnity are excluded from the Finance 1310 4, 1, 1127| establish norms by which the aforementioned dispensation is to be granted 1311 Intr | officiale~Adh. Adhortatio~AG Decr. Ad gentes, 7 dec. 1312 2, 1, 310| and obligations through an agent or a proxy.~ 1313 4, 1, 897| perpetuated through the ages is the summit and source 1314 6, 1, 1326| exempting, mitigating, or aggravating circumstances besides the 1315 2, 3, 580| canonical autonomy of the aggregated institute is always to be 1316 2, 3, 580| competent authority of the aggregating institute; the canonical 1317 2, 3, 580| Can. 580 The aggregation of one institute of consecrated 1318 Intr | session the relator was aided by an official who functioned 1319 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 947-990)~AIE SCRIS Decr. Ad instituenda 1320 Intr | codicem denuo imprimere aut in aliam linguam vertere.~The Holy 1321 6, 2, 1376| Can. 1377 A person who alienates ecclesiastical goods without 1322 5, 0, 1291| alienation and of previous alienations.~ 1323 4, 1, 871| 871 If aborted fetuses are alive, they are to be baptized 1324 Intr | Pius PP. XII, m.p. Crebrae allatae, 22 febr. 1949 (AAS 31 [ 1325 7, 2, 1526| the person who makes the allegation.~§2. The following do not 1326 7, 2, 1504| proofs which will prove the allegations;~3/ be signed by the petitioner 1327 7, 5, 1745| given and its reasons and alleges reasons which seem insufficient 1328 Intr | 62 [1970] 549-550)~All. Allocutio~AP Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ad 1329 Intr | the Code Commission. The allocution of the Supreme Pontiff laid 1330 Intr | legislation.~Repeatedly in allocutions, precepts and decisions 1331 4, 1, 951| prescribed by the ordinary, while allowing for some recompense by reason 1332 Intr | and its collections was alluded to; and especially there 1333 Intr | Dedicationis Ecclesiae et Altaris, 29 maii 1977~OE Decr. Orientalium 1334 2, 2, 504| Can. 504 The erection, alteration, or suppression of a cathedral 1335 4, 1, 868| religion; if such hope is altogether lacking, the baptism is 1336 4, 1, 987| and having a purpose of amendment, the person is turned back 1337 2, 3, 639| paid off through legitimate amortization within a period that is 1338 Intr | Church.~Indeed, by a certain analogy with the council, it should 1339 4, 1, 1091| marriage is invalid between all ancestors and descendants, both legitimate 1340 2, 3, 603| recognizes the eremitic or anchoritic life by which the Christian 1341 Intr | ten study groups.~Every animadversion was considered with the 1342 6, 2, 1372| publicly incites among subjects animosities or hatred against the Apostolic 1343 7, 1, 1448| close acquaintance, great animosity, the making of a profit, 1344 Intr | January 25, 1983, i.e., the anniversary of the first announcement 1345 4, 1, 1051| testimonial letters, public announcements, or other sources of information.~ 1346 2, 2, 396| obliged to visit the diocese annually either in whole or in part, 1347 7, 2, 1513| or doubts which must be answered in the sentence.~§3. The 1348 4, 1, 1084| Can. 1084 §1. Antecedent and perpetual impotence 1349 Intr | Nihil obstat Most Rev. Anthony M. Pilla, President~National 1350 2, 2, 529| especially in the cares, anxieties, and griefs of the faithful, 1351 6, 2, 1363| of can. 194, §1, n. 2, an apostate from the faith, a heretic, 1352 4, 2, 1184| ecclesiastical funerals:~1/ notorious apostates, heretics, and schismatics;~ 1353 Intr | Notae directivae Postquam Apostoli, 25 mar. 1980 (AAS 72 [1980] 1354 Intr | ABBREVIATIONS AND SIGLA~AA Decr. Apostolicam actuositatem, 18 nov. 1965 ( 1355 7, 2, 1632| If the other party has appealed to another appellate tribunal, 1356 7, 2, 1608| The judge, however, must appraise the proofs according to 1357 Intr | offices who have given their appreciated contribution to the drafting 1358 1, 0, 139| the fact that a person approaches some competent authority, 1359 2, 3, 576| by laws, and by canonical approbation to establish the stable 1360 Intr | promulgatur a Summo Pontifice approbatus, 8 dec. 1966 (AAS 59 [1967] 1361 Intr | principle one may defend the appropriateness and even the necessity of 1362 Intr | Supremo Tribunali Signaturae Apsotolicae ad experimentum servandae, 1363 2, 2, 510| needs of the faithful are aptly provided for, is to resolve 1364 Intr | letter to the bishops of Apulia and Calabria (July 21, 429: 1365 Intr | proper rights and duties. Arbitrariness in acting can be precluded. 1366 5, 0, 1288| Church is harmed from an arbitrary withdrawal, moreover, they 1367 7, 1, 1485| make a bargain, enter into arbitration, or in general do those 1368 2, 2, 553| is also called a dean, an archpriest, or some other name, is 1369 Intr | Church had been freed from Arianism:~“Priests are to know the 1370 | around 1371 4, 0, 836| ministers are to take care to arouse and enlighten this faith 1372 2, 2, 520| parish, and the Financial arrangements.~ 1373 7, 1, 1419| administrator; when the new bishop arrives, however, they need confirmation.~ 1374 Intr | in critical reviews and articles.~Case binding: isbn 0-943616- 1375 Intr | 540)~Ap. Apostolica~art. Articulus~AS Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Apostolica 1376 Intr | Apostolicae~SAr SCSO Instr. Sacrae artis, 30 iun. 1952 (AAS 44 [1952] 1377 4, 3, 1246| Christ, the Epiphany, the Ascension, the Body and Blood of Christ, 1378 2, 3, 682| presentation, or at least assenting to the appointment.~§2. 1379 6, 2, 1367| who commits perjury while asserting or promising something before 1380 7, 2, 1535| confession is the written or oral assertion of some fact against oneself 1381 7, 1, 1424| the judicial vicar is to assign the judges in order by turn 1382 Intr | ecclesial society that, while assigning the primacy to love, grace 1383 2, 1, 254| therefore, there are to be assignments in which the students learn 1384 2, 3, 696| infected by materialism or atheism; the illegitimate absence 1385 7, 2, 1634| the challenged sentence, attaches a copy of this sentence, 1386 3, 0, 831| which are accustomed to attack openly the Catholic religion 1387 2, 2, 473| coordinated and are ordered to attain more suitably the good of 1388 7, 3, 1707| appropriate investigations, he attains moral certitude of the death 1389 2, 1, 229| of religious sciences, by attending classes there and pursuing 1390 4, 1, 1036| hand and signed in which he attests that he will receive the 1391 Intr | October 20-28, 1981 in the aula of the synod of bishops. 1392 Intr | codicem denuo imprimere aut in aliam linguam vertere.~ 1393 Intr | Commissio ad Codicis Canones Authentice Interpretandos~CICS Pontificium 1394 4, 1, 992| redemption dispenses and applies authoritatively the treasury of the satisfactions 1395 2, 2, 494| by him have legitimately authorized.~§4. At the end of the year, 1396 1, 0, 175| to vote returns to those authorizing the compromise:~1/ by revocation 1397 2, 2, 406| appoint his auxiliary or auxiliaries as vicars general or at 1398 2, 2, 568| those who are not able to avail themselves of the ordinary 1399 3, 0, 787| temperament and culture, avenues are opened enabling them 1400 7, 5, 1741| responsible parishioners or an aversion to the pastor which it appears 1401 7, 1, 1448| making of a profit, or the avoidance of a loss.~§2. In these 1402 7, 2, 1655| whenever the petitioner is awarded something, it must be handed 1403 4, 1, 1068| cannot be obtained, the aYrmation of the contracting parties, 1404 4, 2, 1200| to fulfill what he or she aYrmed by oath.~§2. An oath extorted 1405 4, 1, 1067| spouses and about the marriage banns or other opportune means 1406 Intr | servandae, 23 mar. 1968~OBP Ordo Baptismi parvulorum, 10 iun 1969~ 1407 2, 2, 535| registers, that is, those of baptisms, marriages, deaths, and 1408 4, 1, 883| mandate of the diocesan bishop baptizes one who is no longer an 1409 7, 1, 1485| to an agreement, make a bargain, enter into arbitration, 1410 4, 3, 1236| bishops. The supports or base, however, can be made of 1411 7, 2, 1504| upon which the petitioner bases the case and, at least generally, 1412 Intr | liturgical laws, norms on beatification and canonization processes, 1413 4, 1, 938| distinguished, conspicuous, beautifully decorated, and suitable 1414 7, 2, 1548| or other grave evils will befall them, their spouses, or 1415 4, 3, 1220| beauty are preserved as befit a house of God and that 1416 5, 0, 1264| juridic, is forbidden to beg for alms for any pious or 1417 Intr | Cardinal Pietro Ciriaci who began the work, and Cardinal Pericle 1418 5, 0, 1264| can establish norms for begging for alms which all must 1419 2, 1, 277| humanity.~§2. Clerics are to behave with due prudence towards 1420 4, 1, 892| that the confirmed person behaves as a true witness of Christ 1421 Intr | responsibility. I pass then to our beloved son, Monsignor William Onclin, 1422 4, 3, 1239| body is not to be buried beneath an altar; otherwise, it 1423 Intr | 27, 1917 by his successor Benedict XV; it took effect on May 1424 Intr | at the time of the Pio-~Benedictine Code; but rather it was 1425 1, 0, 77| always be used by which the beneficiaries of a privilege actually 1426 1, 0, 81| at our good pleasure (ad beneplacitum nostrum), or some other 1427 2, 2, 555| difficult circumstances or are beset by problems.~§3. The vicar 1428 2, 3, 604| liturgical rite, are mystically betrothed to Christ, the Son of God, 1429 4, 1, 1062| marriage, whether unilateral or bilateral, which is called an engagement, 1430 Intr | occasion of his eightieth birthday, Most Reverend Rosalio Castillo 1431 6, 2, 1368| social communication utters blasphemy, gravely injures good morals, 1432 4, 1, 999| bishop, the following can bless the oil to be used in the 1433 4, 1, 930| are to be observed.~§2. A blind or otherwise infirm priest 1434 Intr | IX, the Liber Sextus of Boniface VIII, the Clementinae, i.e. 1435 5 | OF THE CHURCH LIBER V. DE BONIS ECCLESIAE TEMPORALIBUS~ 1436 1, 0, 119| equal, the one presiding can break the tie by his or her vote;~ 1437 7, 1, 1488| resolve the litigation by bribery or to make an agreement 1438 Intr | were expressed in a new and briefer form. However, all of the 1439 1, 0, 36| others are subject to a broad interpretation.~§2. An administrative 1440 Intr | worship.” In view of their broader competence, the names of 1441 1, 0, 138| cases must be interpreted broadly; any other, however, must 1442 Intr | commission, our venerable brother Archbishop Rosalio Castillo 1443 2, 1, 275| themselves by a bond of brotherhood and prayer and are to strive 1444 5, 0, 1283| that administrators prepare budgets of incomes and expenditures 1445 2, 2, 562| of sacred furnishings and buildings are provided for, and that 1446 4, 3, 1215| 1215 §1. No church is to be built without the express written 1447 2, 1, 247| informed of the duties and burdens which are proper to sacred 1448 Intr | AAS 57 [1965] 775-780)~c./cc. Canon / canones, Codex 1449 Intr | Codex Iuris Canonici, 1917~CA Sec Rescr. Cum admotae, 1450 2, 2, 489| there is to be a safe or cabinet, completely closed and locked, 1451 Intr | AAS 59 [1967] 374-378)~CAl Pius PP. XII, m.p. Crebrae 1452 Intr | the bishops of Apulia and Calabria (July 21, 429: cf. Jaffe, 1453 7, 2, 1616| the sentence an error in calculations turns up, a material error 1454 6, 2, 1389| excluding a censure.~§3. A calumniator can also be forced to make 1455 6, 2, 1389| ecclesiastical superior any other calumnious denunciation of a delict 1456 1, 0, 26| canonical law (praeter legem canonicam) obtains the force of law 1457 1, 0, 24| beyond canon law (praeter ius canonicum) cannot obtain the force 1458 2, 2, 509| diocesan bishop is to confer canonries only upon priests outstanding 1459 2, 2, 509| to confer each and every canonry, both in a cathedral church 1460 Intr | some extent the Syntagma canonum or oriental corpus of canons 1461 2, 1, 230| functions of commentator or cantor, or other functions, according 1462 Intr | Iuris Canonici Orientalis~cap. Caput~CC Pius PP. XI, Enc. 1463 3, 0, 779| adapted to their character, capabilities and age, and conditions 1464 4, 1, 1089| been separated from the captor and established in a safe 1465 Intr | Canonici Orientalis~cap. Caput~CC Pius PP. XI, Enc. Casti 1466 2, 2, 350| who were brought into the cardinalate after him.~ 1467 3, 0, 833| 2/ those promoted to the cardinalatial dignity, according to the 1468 2, 2, 555| finally that the rectory is cared for with proper diligence.~§ 1469 2, 2, 529| sharing especially in the cares, anxieties, and griefs of 1470 Intr | text of the new Code and to cast a definitive vote on it. 1471 Intr | Caput~CC Pius PP. XI, Enc. Casti connubii, 31 dec. 1930 ( 1472 2, 2, 486| secured.~§3. An inventory, or catalog, of the documents which 1473 2, 2, 491| and that inventories or catalogs are made in duplicate, one 1474 Intr | Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Litt. Catechesi Tradendae, 16 oct. 1979 ( 1475 3, 0, 775| bishop to issue norms for catechetics, to make provision that 1476 3, 0, 775| available, even by preparing a catechism if it seems opportune, and 1477 4, 1, 861| is absent or impeded, a catechist or another person designated 1478 Intr | 1340)~DCG SCpC Directorium catechisticum generale, 11 apr. 1971 ( 1479 4, 3, 1217| 2. Churches, especially cathedrals and parish churches, are 1480 Intr | SCRIS Instr. Renovationis causam, 6 ian. 1969 (AAS 61 [1969] 1481 Intr | interpretandis~CM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Causas matrimoniales, 28 mar. 1971 ( 1482 4, 2, 1181| to be observed, with the caution, however, that there is 1483 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 673-696)~CE Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Catholica 1484 4, 2, 1173| salvation, praises him without ceasing by song and prayer and intercedes 1485 2, 3, 668| profession, members are to cede the administration of their 1486 Intr | christifideles, 25 ian. 1973~OCM Ordo Celebrandi Matrimonium, 19 mar. 1969~ 1487 Intr | the sacred canons” as Pope Celestine warned in a letter to the 1488 2, 1, 236| more mature age, whether celibate or married, are to spend 1489 Intr | AAS 68 [1976] 694-696)~CEM De Sacra Communione et de 1490 3, 0, 813| are Catholic university centers which give assistance, especially 1491 Intr | the middle of the twelfth century, this mass of collections 1492 2, 2, 535| be noted on a baptismal certificate.~§3. Each parish is to have 1493 3, 0, 811| institute or at least a chair of theology is erected in 1494 7, 2, 1593| the respondent can use challenges against the sentence; if 1495 Intr | given external and internal characteristics of the Church. It also seeks 1496 Intr | Among the elements which characterize the true and genuine image 1497 Intr | of the Church, which is characterized by simplicity, precision, 1498 Intr | of collegiality eminently characterizes and distinguishes the process 1499 5, 0, 1307| expressly provided for in the charters of the foundations, the 1500 2, 1, 206| the Church which already cherishes them as its own.~§2. The


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