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     Book,  Part, Can.
1501 4, 1, 1089| with her unless the woman chooses marriage of her own accord 1502 4, 2, 1184| schismatics;~2/ those who chose the cremation of their bodies 1503 Intr | XII, Const. Ap. Sponsa Christi, 21 nov. 1950 (AAS 43 [1951] 1504 Intr | II. Const. Ap. Sapientia christiana, 15 apr. 1979 (AAS 71 [1979] 1505 Intr | 1969~OICA Ordo Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP 1506 Intr | xii-1967)~SCUF Secretariatus ad Christianorum Unitatem Fovendam~SDO Paulus 1507 Intr | OChr SCpC Litt. circ. Omnes christifideles, 25 ian. 1973~OCM Ordo Celebrandi 1508 Intr | 1930] 539-592)~CD Decr. Christus Dominus, 28 oct. 1965 (AAS 1509 Intr | nevertheless it follows it chronologically because the work undertaken 1510 Intr | Missam, 1973~circ. Circulares~CI Pontificia Commissio ad 1511 Intr | Authentice Interpretandos~CICS Pontificium Consilium Instrumentis 1512 Intr | Communicationis Socialis Praepositum~CIP Pontificia Commissio a Iustitia 1513 Intr | extra Missam, 1973~circ. Circulares~CI Pontificia Commissio 1514 6, 1, 1323| the same manner if another circumstance is present which diminishes 1515 7, 2, 1509| 1. The notification of citations, decrees, sentences, and 1516 7, 4, 1723| 1723 §1. The judge who cites the accused must invite 1517 2, 1, 227| recognized that freedom which all citizens have in the affairs of the 1518 Intr | Commissio a Iustitia et Pace~CIV Pontificia Commissio Decretis 1519 Intr | imitation of the Corpus Iuris Civilis of the Emperor Justinian, 1520 1, 0, 34| cessation of the law for whose clarification or execution they were given.~ ~ 1521 7, 2, 1660| of the parties the judge clarifies the object of the controversy.~ 1522 1, 0, 34| Can. 34 §1. Instructions clarify the prescripts of laws and 1523 Intr | embraces constitutes the classical law of the Catholic Church 1524 4, 3, 1220| care that in churches such cleanliness and beauty are preserved 1525 Intr | i.e. the collection of Clement V promulgated by John XXII, 1526 Intr | Sextus of Boniface VIII, the Clementinae, i.e. the collection of 1527 Intr | I-1968)~CS Pius PP. XII, m.p. Cleri sanctitati, 2 iun. 1957 ( 1528 Intr | SCpC Sacra Congregatio pro Clericis (a 1-i-1968)~SCPF Sacra 1529 2, 2, 342| at fixed times to foster closer unity between the Roman 1530 Intr | 20, 1965, just before the closing of the Second Vatican Council, 1531 4, 1, 932| can be used, always with a cloth and a corporal.~ 1532 Intr | Vaticani II interpretandis~CM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Causas 1533 Intr | AAS 63 [1971] 441-446)~CMat Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Cum 1534 2, 1, 310| possess rights and goods as co-owners and co-possessors; they 1535 2, 1, 310| and goods as co-owners and co-possessors; they are able to exercise 1536 7, 2, 1572| whether the witness has co-witnesses to the testimony or is supported 1537 Intr | venia Sanctae Sedis, hunc codicem denuo imprimere aut in aliam 1538 Intr | rather the modern method of codification was chosen. Hence texts 1539 2, 1, 219| be free from any kind of coercion in choosing a state of life.~ 1540 2, 2, 439| province whose boundaries coincide with the territory of a 1541 1, 0, 203| total unless its beginning coincides with the beginning of the 1542 2, 3, 640| strive to give, as it were, a collective witness of charity and poverty 1543 1, 0, 135| which judges or judicial colleges possess, must be exercised 1544 7, 2, 1570| that there is no danger of collusion or corruption.~ 1545 2, 2, 493| governance of the diocese in the coming year and at the end of the 1546 4, 1, 865| promises to observe the commandments of the Christian religion.~ 1547 Intr | should be deferred and should commence only at the conclusion of 1548 2, 1, 298| has erected, praised, or commended.~ 1549 2, 2, 529| with the sacraments and commending their souls to God; with 1550 Intr | Acta Apostolicae Sedis, Commentarium officiale~Adh. Adhortatio~ 1551 1, 0, 8| publication in the official commentary, Acta Apostolicae Sedis, 1552 2, 1, 230| perform the functions of commentator or cantor, or other functions, 1553 1, 0, 37| Furthermore, if it is given in commissariat form, the act of its execution 1554 2, 2, 451| and also other offices and commissions which, in the judgment of 1555 Intr | and finally, the Church’s commitment to ecumenism.~If, therefore, 1556 6, 1, 1338| the proximate occasion of committing a delict or upon whom, after 1557 4, 1, 1002| Can. 1002 The communal celebration of the anointing 1558 Intr | pope and the Extravagantes communes, decretals of various Roman 1559 6, 2, 1364| participation in sacred rites (communicatio in sacris) is to be punished 1560 Intr | recognitionem dirigant (Communicationes 1~[1969] 77-86)~PrM SCDS 1561 Intr | Pontificium Consilium Instrumentis Communicationis Socialis Praepositum~CIP 1562 Intr | 1976] 694-696)~CEM De Sacra Communione et de Cultu Mysterii Eucharistici 1563 2, 2, 396| the clerics he prefers as companions and assistants on a visitation; 1564 2, 1, 277| prudence towards persons whose company can endanger their obligation 1565 2, 3, 620| vicars, are major superiors. Comparable to these are an abbot primate 1566 4, 1, 1103| inflicted, so that a person is compelled to choose marriage in order 1567 2, 2, 506| statutes are also to define the compensation, whether stable or to be 1568 Intr | to forego the method of compilations of laws whereby individual 1569 3, 0, 830| conference of bishops can compile a list of censors outstanding 1570 7, 1, 1445| Signatura adjudicates:~1/ complaints of nullity, petitions for 1571 Intr | is derived that note of complementarity which the Code presents 1572 Intr | completion of such a weighty and complex work.~Therefore, in promulgating 1573 7, 3, 1707| Apostolic See in uncertain and complicated cases.~ ~ 1574 7, 2, 1594| the petitioner does not comply with the new citation, the 1575 2, 2, 377| counsel and in secret to compose a list of presbyters, even 1576 2, 1, 252| way that they acquire a comprehensive view of the whole of sacred 1577 7, 2, 1564| person being questioned, not comprised of several points at the 1578 1, 0 | TITLE XI.~COMPUTATION OF TIME (Cann. 200 - 203)~ 1579 7, 2, 1566| materials unless they are computations and accounts; in this case, 1580 4, 1, 894| To prove the conferral of con-firmation the prescripts of can. 876 1581 7, 2, 1639| prior sentence is to be con-firmed or revised either totally 1582 2, 3, 643| received;~5/ one who has concealed his or her incorporation 1583 1, 0, 63| Can. 63 §1. Subreption, or concealment of the truth, prevents the 1584 6, 2, 1390| who changes, destroys, or conceals an authentic one, or who 1585 4, 1, 1137| Can. 1137 The children conceived or born of a valid or putative 1586 4, 1, 951| title.~§2. A priest who concelebrates a second Mass on the same 1587 4, 1, 945| any priest celebrating or concelebrating is permitted to receive 1588 4, 1, 902| however, but not while a concelebration is taking place in the same 1589 4, 3, 1246| Mother of God, her Immaculate Conception, her Assumption, Saint Joseph, 1590 Intr | SC Const. Sacrosanctum Concilium, 4 dec. 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 1591 Intr | 138)~SCC Sacra Congregatio Concistorialis (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~SCConc 1592 7, 2, 1612| it is based.~§4. It is to conclude with the indication of the 1593 Intr | of the monk Gratian. This concordance of laws and collections, 1594 2, 2, 365| drafting and implementation of concordats and other agreements of 1595 3, 0, 823| have the duty and right to condemn writings which harm correct 1596 6, 1, 1325| 1/ a person who after a condemnation or after the declaration 1597 4, 1, 1152| committed adultery.~§2. Tacit condonation exists if the innocent spouse 1598 4, 1, 1152| nevertheless, if the spouse did not condone the fault of the other expressly 1599 6, 1, 1327| omissions are by their nature conducive to the execution of the 1600 4, 1, 900| minister who is able to confect the sacrament of the Eucharist 1601 4, 2, 1167| change any of them.~§2. In confecting or administering sacramentals, 1602 2, 3, 582| the Apostolic See only; confederations and federations are also 1603 4, 1, 962| present time cannot be so confessed.~§2. Insofar as it can be 1604 4, 1, 982| Can. 982 Whoever confesses to have denounced falsely 1605 4, 1, 964| however, that there are always confessionals with a fixed grate between 1606 Intr | salvation in this world.~With a confident spirit I am pleased to entrust 1607 2, 1, 246| chosen and to whom he can confidently open his conscience.~§5. 1608 4, 1, 849| as children of God, and, configured to Christ by an indelible 1609 Intr | parvulorum, 10 iun 1969~OC Ordo Confirmationis, 22 aug. 1971~OChr SCpC 1610 7, 2, 1560| disagree meet together or confront one another.~ 1611 4, 2, 1188| Christian people are not confused nor occasion given for inappropriate 1612 7, 2, 1584| presumption is a probable conjecture about an uncertain matter; 1613 2, 1, 250| pursued either successively or conjointly, in accord with the program 1614 Intr | Pius PP. XI, Enc. Casti connubii, 31 dec. 1930 (AAS 22 [1930] 1615 2, 2, 528| as families and take part consciously and actively in the sacred 1616 4, 1, 1014| be joined by at least two consecrating bishops; it is especially 1617 4, 2, 1169| legitimate grant can perform consecrations and dedications validly.~§ 1618 4, 1, 1014| dispensation, the principal bishop consecrator in an episcopal consecration 1619 4, 1, 1009| imposition of hands and the consecratory prayer which the liturgical 1620 4, 1, 1152| living unless the spouse consented to the adultery, gave cause 1621 Intr | pastoral life, have their consequences and necessary impact on 1622 2, 3, 619| correct the restless, to console the faint of heart, and 1623 4, 1, 1001| take care that the sick are consoled by this sacrament at the 1624 Intr | II, Adh. Ap. Familiaris Consortio, 22 nov. 1981 (AAS 74 [1982] 1625 4, 1, 938| which is distinguished, conspicuous, beautifully decorated, 1626 6, 1, 1328| principal perpetrator, those who conspire together to commit a delict 1627 2, 2, 387| of God, he is to endeavor constantly that the Christian faithful 1628 2, 2, 498| both active and passive, in constituting a presbyteral council:~1/ 1629 Intr | 65 [1973] 577-581)~Const. Constitutio~CPEN Consilium a Publicis 1630 1, 0, 86| things which are essentially constitutive of juridic institutes or 1631 4, 3, 1217| Can. 1217 §1. After construction has been completed properly, 1632 Intr | examination of the questions, each consultor was to transmit a written 1633 4, 1, 939| frequently and the older hosts consumed properly.~ 1634 2, 3, 652| they are to be taught to contemplate the mystery of salvation 1635 7, 2, 1526| facts alleged by one of the contending parties and admitted by 1636 7, 5, 1733| of the decree avoid any contention and take care to seek an 1637 7, 3, 1713| order to avoid judicial contentions an agreement or reconciliation 1638 2, 2, 344| celebration of a synod the contents of the questions to be treated, 1639 5, 0, 1287| neither to initiate nor to contest litigation in a civil forum 1640 7, 2, 1513| The joinder of the issue (contestatio litis) occurs when the terms 1641 Intr | and 12 lay persons from 5 continents and 31 countries served 1642 2, 1, 210| growth of the Church and its continual sanctification, according 1643 4, 1, 940| presence of Christ is to shine continuously before a tabernacle in which 1644 7, 3, 1686| a document subject to no contradiction or exception clearly establishes 1645 4, 1, 1006| requested it when they were in control of their faculties.~ 1646 1, 0, 95| observed in meetings, whether convened by ecclesiastical authority 1647 5, 0, 1283| curia when it can be done conveniently.~§3. It is strongly recommended 1648 7, 1, 1465| Before the judicial or conventional time limits lapse, however, 1649 2, 3, 664| Religious are to strive after conversion of the soul toward God, 1650 4, 1, 1041| all those who positively cooperated in either;~5/ a person who 1651 2, 2, 555| right:~1/ of promoting and coordinating common pastoral activity 1652 Intr | the Church of God (cf. I Cor. 5 and 6).~Thus the writings 1653 Intr | Pius PP. XII, Enc. Mystici Corporis, 29 iun. 1943 (AAS 35 [1943] 1654 7, 2, 1505| of defects which can be corrected, the petitioner can resubmit 1655 2, 2, 529| the Lord, and prudently correcting them if they are failing 1656 Intr | consulted. Finally, many corrections and changes were incorporated 1657 7, 2, 1536| present which thoroughly corroborate them.~ 1658 7, 2, 1570| no danger of collusion or corruption.~ 1659 1, 0, 173| the number of electors, to count the votes themselves, and 1660 4, 2, 1183| funerals, catechumens must be counted among the Christian faithful.~§ 1661 7, 1, 1463| Can. 1463 §1. Counterclaims cannot be proposed validly 1662 Intr | everywhere there flourished countless collections of ecclesiastical 1663 Intr | from 5 continents and 31 countries served as members, consultors 1664 2, 2, 529| those exiled from their country, and similarly those weighed 1665 2, 2, 478| episcopal vicar can neither be coupled with the function of canon 1666 2, 1, 245| their own bishop as faithful coworkers, and work together with 1667 6, 1, 1324| Can. 1325 Crass, supine, or affected ignorance 1668 Intr | its purpose is rather to create such an order in the ecclesial 1669 2, 2, 351| consecration.~§2. Cardinals are created by a decree of the Roman 1670 Intr | CAl Pius PP. XII, m.p. Crebrae allatae, 22 febr. 1949 ( 1671 Intr | SPNC Secretariatus pro non credentibus~SRC Sacra Congregatio Rituum ( 1672 7, 3, 1679| to use witnesses to the credibility of those parties in addition 1673 7, 1, 1497| provided that the right of the creditor is sufficiently evident.~§ 1674 Intr | Abuses which perhaps have crept into ecclesiastical discipline 1675 Intr | for brief quotations in critical reviews and articles.~Case 1676 4, 1, 897| which the sacrifice of the cross is perpetuated through the 1677 Intr | its promulgation, but are crying out for it insistently and 1678 Intr | Ecclesiae Negotiis (a 1-I-1968)~CS Pius PP. XII, m.p. Cleri 1679 Intr | AAS 49 [1957] 433-600)~CSan SCR Instr. Cum Sanctissimus, 1680 Intr | AAS 40 [1948] 293-297)~CT Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Litt. 1681 7, 1, 1400| to the determination of culpability and the imposition of ecclesiastical 1682 4, 1, 1129| impediment of disparity of cult mentioned in can. 1086, § 1683 2, 1, 245| friendship and of association cultivated with others, they are to 1684 2, 3, 619| be an example to them in cultivating virtues and in the observance 1685 4, 3, 1234| and of penance, and the cultivation of approved forms of popular 1686 4, 1, 858| without prejudice to the cumulative right already acquired by 1687 Intr | infirmorum eorumque Pastoralis Curae, 7 dec. 1972~PA SCpC Notae 1688 7, 2, 1553| 1553 It is for the judge to curb an excessive number of witnesses.~ 1689 3, 0, 830| be available to diocesan curias or can also establish a 1690 2, 2, 555| eucharistic celebration and custody of the Most Blessed Sacrament, 1691 1, 0, 180| dispensation can be and customarily is granted prevents the 1692 Intr | primitive Church it has been customary to collect the sacred canons 1693 Intr | Rosalio Castillo Lara, S.D.B., titular bishop of Praecausa 1694 6, 1, 1345| if the sum of the feren dae sententiae penalties appears 1695 4, 1, 1125| she is prepared to remove dangers of defecting from the faith 1696 Intr | m.p. Litt. Ap. Motu proprio datae~MQ Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ministeria 1697 2, 3, 618| their subjects as sons or daughters of God and, promoting the 1698 Intr | Society of America~Washington, DC 20064~san 237-6296~1999 1699 Intr | AAS 71 [1979] 1277-1340)~DCG SCpC Directorium catechisticum 1700 Intr | the Commission for their de-~finitive examination and 1701 Intr | the outset but cannot be de-fined and determined precisely. 1702 2, 2, 443| Catholic universities and deans of faculties of theology 1703 Intr | special importance were debated, the opinion of the cardinal 1704 Intr | in customs within a few decades as well as progressive internal 1705 7, 1, 1488| punished in the same way if in deceit of the law they withdraw 1706 7, 2, 1564| points at the same time, not deceitful or deceptive or suggestive 1707 4, 1, 1098| who enters into a marriage deceived by malice, perpetrated to 1708 2, 1, 231| they are able to provide decently for their own needs and 1709 Intr | provision is made for a healthydecentralization” while avoiding the danger 1710 7, 2, 1564| same time, not deceitful or deceptive or suggestive of a response, 1711 Intr | SRRD Sacrae Romanae Rotae Decisiones seu Sententiae~Ssap PIUS 1712 Intr | another answer and it is the decisive one: namely, that the reform 1713 Intr | 64 [1972] 97-176)~Decl. Declaratio~Decr. Decretum~DH Decl. 1714 Intr | Symbolorum Definitionum et Declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, 1715 6, 1, 1332| after a condemnatory or declaratory sentence.~§3. A prohibition 1716 7, 3 | TITLE II.~CASES FOR DECLARING THE NULLITY OF SACRED ORDINATION ( 1717 1, 0, 159| presented unless the person declines within eight useful days.~ 1718 4, 1, 938| conspicuous, beautifully decorated, and suitable for prayer.~§ 1719 Intr | Extravagantes communes, decretals of various Roman pontiffs 1720 Intr | CIV Pontificia Commissio Decretis Concilii Vaticani II interpretandis~ 1721 Intr | Matrimonium, 19 mar. 1969~ODE Ordo Dedicationis Ecclesiae et Altaris, 29 1722 4, 2, 1169| perform consecrations and dedications validly.~§2. Any presbyter 1723 7, 2, 1558| tribunal unless the judge deems otherwise.~§2. Cardinals, 1724 Intr | express today my sentiments of deep gratitude.~In the first 1725 4, 1, 1125| prepared to remove dangers of defecting from the faith and is to 1726 7, 2, 1543| falsified, or otherwise defective, it is for the judge to 1727 7, 2, 1596| litigation, either as a party defending a right or in an accessory 1728 2, 1, 253| a teacher who is gravely deficient in his or her function.~ 1729 4, 1, 1019| enrolled perpetually or defin-itively in the institute or society 1730 3, 0, 788| of the catechumens and by defining what prerogatives are to 1731 Intr | Canon Law appeared to be definitely desired and requested by 1732 Intr | Enchiridion Symbolorum Definitionum et Declarationum de rebus 1733 7, 2, 1611| decide the controversy deliberated before the tribunal with 1734 7, 2, 1510| citation or who prevents its delivery is considered to be legitimately 1735 6, 1, 1356| penance and, insofar as it is demanded, reparation of any scandal 1736 4, 1, 982| Whoever confesses to have denounced falsely an innocent confessor 1737 6, 2, 1389| 1. A person who falsely denounces before an ecclesiastical 1738 Intr | Sanctae Sedis, hunc codicem denuo imprimere aut in aliam linguam 1739 Intr | Episcoporum, 22 feb. 1973~DS Denzinger-Schönmetzer, Enchiridion Symbolorum 1740 4, 1, 1146| to the Creator but then departed without a just cause, without 1741 4, 1, 1143| the other a just cause for departing.~ 1742 4, 1, 1143| that the non-baptized party departs.~§2. The non-baptized party 1743 5, 0, 1285| needs and those of their dependents.~ 1744 Intr | group was greater or lesser depending on the concrete issues, 1745 7, 2, 1608| sentence.~§2. The judge must derive this certitude from the 1746 1, 0, 38| authority has expressly added a derogating clause.~ 1747 4, 1, 1091| between all ancestors and descendants, both legitimate and natural.~§ 1748 7, 2, 1582| to order it by a decree describing in summary fashion those 1749 5, 0, 1282| other goods, with their description and appraisal; any inventory 1750 1, 0, 84| power given by a privilege deserves to be deprived of that privilege.~ 1751 2, 3, 588| reason of the purpose or design intended by the founder 1752 3, 0, 813| a parish or at least by designating priests stably for this, 1753 2, 3, 578| faithfully the mind and designs of the founders regarding 1754 6, 1, 1327| if he or she voluntarily desisted, can be punished with a 1755 Intr | not in the least wish to destroy the very rich heritage of 1756 2, 2, 428| another, from removing or destroying any documents of the diocesan 1757 6, 2, 1390| ecclesiastical document, who changes, destroys, or conceals an authentic 1758 1, 0, 78| ceases through the complete destruction of the thing or place; a 1759 6, 2, 1396| homicide or who kidnaps, detains, mutilates, or gravely wounds 1760 4, 1, 1026| to receive orders or to deter one who is canonically suitable 1761 2, 3, 667| observed according to the determinations of proper law, with some 1762 2, 2, 550| provided that this is not detrimental to the performance of his 1763 Intr | Pius PP. XI, Const. Ap. Deus scientiarum Dominus, 24 1764 3, 0, 795| way that they are able to develop their physical, moral, and 1765 3, 0, 777| strengthened, enlightened, and developed through various means and 1766 Intr | distinguishes the process of developing the present Code; it corresponds 1767 4, 1, 1105| mandating revokes the mandate or develops amentia before the proxy 1768 4, 1, 898| receiving this sacrament most devoutly and frequently, and worshiping 1769 Intr | Declaratio~Decr. Decretum~DH Decl. Dignitatis humanae, 1770 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Sacrum diaconatus ordinem, 18 iun. 1967 (AAS 1771 3, 0, 787| are to establish a sincere dialogue with those who do not believe 1772 2, 3, 696| member; stubborn upholding or diffusion of doctrines condemned by 1773 Intr | Roman Curia, were never digested into one collection. This 1774 Intr | Decr. Decretum~DH Decl. Dignitatis humanae, 7 dec. 1965 (AAS 1775 7, 1, 1459| the cases mentioned in §1, dilatory exceptions, especially those 1776 Intr | only to the external social dimensions of the Mystical Body of 1777 7, 1, 1494| principal action or to remove or diminish the claim of the petitioner.~§ 1778 6, 1, 1323| circumstance is present which diminishes the gravity of a delict.~§ 1779 2, 2, 493| each year, according to the directions of the diocesan bishop, 1780 Intr | dec. 1972~PA SCpC Notae directivae Postquam Apostoli, 25 mar. 1781 1, 0, 33| even if they are issued in directories or in documents of another 1782 Intr | Iuris Canonici recognitionem dirigant (Communicationes 1~[1969] 1783 7, 2, 1546| without the above-mentioned disadvantages, the judge can decree that 1784 Intr | SCDS Sacra Congregatio de Disciplina Sacramentorum (usque ad 1785 Intr | APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION SACRAE DISCIPLINAE LEGES~To our venerable brothers, 1786 7, 2, 1669| If the appellate tribunal discovers that the oral contentious 1787 Intr | their own schemata, or in discussing various issues at meetings 1788 Intr | the relator leading the discussions, all the questions and opinions 1789 2, 1, 240| admitting students to orders or dismissing them from the seminary, 1790 6, 2, 1372| or provokes subjects to disobey them is to be punished by 1791 4, 1, 1129| which the impediment of disparity of cult mentioned in can. 1792 2, 2, 387| Since he is the principal dispenser of the mysteries of God, 1793 4, 1, 992| as minister of redemption dispenses and applies authoritatively 1794 4, 3, 1234| piety are to be kept on display in the shrines or nearby 1795 5, 0, 1306| foundations is to be composed and displayed in an accessible place so 1796 4, 2, 1188| Can. 1188 The practice of displaying sacred images in churches 1797 Intr | unknown. Pastors have at their disposal secure norms by which they 1798 4, 1, 1063| to enter marriage, which disposes the spouses to the holiness 1799 2, 3, 741| possessing, administering, and disposing of temporal goods, but whatever 1800 4, 1, 1152| adulterous partner and not disrupt conjugal life, nevertheless, 1801 2, 1, 323| watchful and careful that dissipation of their energies is avoided 1802 4, 1, 1072| souls are to take care to dissuade youth from the celebration 1803 Intr | must mentally recall the distant patrimony of law contained 1804 4, 1, 913| danger of death if they can distinguish the body of Christ from 1805 Intr | eminently characterizes and distinguishes the process of developing 1806 2, 1, 230| to confer baptism, and to distribute Holy Communion, according 1807 3, 0, 827| cannot be exhibited, sold, or distributed in churches or oratories 1808 3, 0, 797| supports it with subsidies; distributive justice is to be observed.~ 1809 2, 2, 394| diocese or in its particular districts, all the works of the apostolate 1810 4, 1, 1098| very nature can gravely disturb the partnership of conjugal 1811 6, 1, 1324| likewise drunkenness or other disturbances of mind cannot be considered 1812 2, 1, 253| Care is to be taken that diVerent teachers are appointed to 1813 2, 3, 676| mercy and offer the most diverse services to people. Therefore, 1814 2, 3, 628| for anyone in any way to divert members from this obligation 1815 2, 3, 581| Can. 581 To divide an institute into parts, 1816 6, 1, 1360| remission itself is not divulged except insofar as it is 1817 3, 0, 761| meetings of every type and its diVusion through public declarations 1818 4, 1, 1153| renders common life too diYcult, that spouse gives the other 1819 4, 1, 1127| be observed.~§2. If grave diYculties hinder the observance of 1820 3 | III. DE ECCLESIAE MUNERE DOCENDI~ 1821 2, 3, 618| spirit of service. Therefore, docile to the will of God in fulfilling 1822 7, 1, 1483| bishop permits otherwise, a doctor in canon law or otherwise 1823 Intr | SCDF Sacra Congregatio pro Doctrina Fidei (a 7-xii-1965)~SCDS 1824 4, 3, 1229| alone and free from all domestic uses.~ 1825 7, 2, 1612| procurator, with their names and domiciles correctly designated, and 1826 2, 1, 325| of goods which have been donated or left to it for pious 1827 5, 0, 1284| administrators are permitted to make donations for purposes of piety or 1828 Intr | SCSCD Instr. Inaestimabile donum, 3 apr. 1980 (AAS 72 [1980] 1829 Intr | AAS 62 [1970] 705-724)~DPME SCE Directorium de pastorali 1830 2, 2, 454| have a deliberative vote in drawing up or changing the statutes.~ 1831 2, 3, 669| habit are to wear clerical dress according to the norm of 1832 Intr | entire work of the council drew its norms and its direction.~ 1833 4, 1, 919| communion from any food and drink, except for only water and 1834 Intr | Episcoporum, 22 feb. 1973~DS Denzinger-Schönmetzer, Enchiridion 1835 Intr | fidei et morum, ed. 33, 1965~DSD Pius PP. XI, Const. Ap. 1836 Intr | respond to certain proposals (dubia) formulated concerning them.~ 1837 1, 0, 39| nisi), or provided that (dummodo).~ 1838 2, 2, 491| or catalogs are made in duplicate, one of which is to be preserved 1839 Intr | AAS 23 [1931] 241-262)~DV Const. Dogmatica Dei Verbum, 1840 4, 1, 911| with regard to all those dwelling in the house, the superior 1841 2, 1, 231| function conscientiously, eagerly, and diligently.~§2. Without 1842 Intr | incorporated in the canons of the early schemata at the request 1843 3, 0, 813| diocesan bishop is to have earnest pastoral care for students, 1844 Intr | their organic development easier in the life of both the 1845 Intr | may be rendered ever more easy under the protection of 1846 4, 1, 919| Eucharist even if they have eaten something within the preceding 1847 4, 3, 1251| Can. 1251 Abstinence from eating meat or some other food 1848 Intr | EcS Paulus PP. VI, Enc. Ecclesiam Suam, 6 aug. 1964 (AAS 56 [ 1849 Intr | Congregatio pro Negotiis Ecclesiasticis Extraordinariis (usque ad 1850 Intr | usque ad 31-xii-1967) / pro Ecclesiis~Orientalibus (a 1-i-1968)~ 1851 Intr | a particular way by its ecclesiological teaching. Indeed, in a certain 1852 Intr | col. 469). His words are echoed by the Fourth Council of 1853 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 817-835)~EcS Paulus PP. VI, Enc. Ecclesiam 1854 Intr | de rebus fidei et morum, ed. 33, 1965~DSD Pius PP. XI, 1855 3, 0, 829| original text but not for new editions or translations of the same.~ 1856 2, 1, 226| and possess the right to educate them. Therefore, it is for 1857 Intr | 191)~GE Decl. Gravissimum Educationis, 28 oct. 1965 (AAS 58 [1966] 1858 2, 1, 233| binds Christian families, educators, and, in a special way, 1859 Intr | legislation will prove to be an efficacious means in order that the 1860 7, 2, 1608| prescripts of law concerning the efficacy of certain proofs.~§4. A 1861 2, 2, 358| latere, that is, as his alter ego, as well as one to whom 1862 2, 3, 656| it has completed at least eighteen years of age;~2/ the novitiate 1863 1, 0, 97| person who has completed the eighteenth year of age has reached 1864 Intr | 1973 on the occasion of his eightieth birthday, Most Reverend 1865 1, 0, 34| the prescripts of laws and elaborate on and determine the methods 1866 2, 2, 502| law. When the five years elapse, however, it continues to 1867 6, 2, 1374| who greatly intimidate an elector, one elected, or one who 1868 Intr | drafting canons in brief and elegant formulations, and finally 1869 4, 1, 1101| marriage itself, some essential element of marriage, or some essential 1870 3, 0, 827| instruction is based in elementary, middle, or higher schools 1871 Intr | Const. Ap. Romano Pontifici eligendo, 1 oct. 1975 (AAS 67 [1975] 1872 7, 2, 1600| fraud or subornation is eliminated;~3/ in all cases whenever 1873 Intr | AAS 56 [1964] 609-659)~EM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. De Episcoporum 1874 2, 2, 474| ordinary from whom they emanate; they must also be signed 1875 1, 0, 105| minor who is legitimately emancipated according to the norm of 1876 3, 0, 750| faith, is also to be firm-ly embraced and retained; therefore, 1877 Intr | ecclesiastical law which this Corpus embraces constitutes the classical 1878 3, 0, 748| and possess the right of embracing and observing the truth 1879 Intr | schema of the Code and the emendations already introduced, the 1880 7, 2, 1543| shown to have been erased, emended, falsified, or otherwise 1881 7, 5, 1735| decree by which he either emends the earlier one or decides 1882 7, 3, 1681| case, a very probable doubt emerges that consummation of the 1883 Intr | This note of collegiality eminently characterizes and distinguishes 1884 Intr | Corpus Iuris Civilis of the Emperor Justinian, was called the 1885 Intr | of the Church we should emphasize especially the following: 1886 5, 0, 1285| just and decent wage to employees so that they are able to 1887 5, 0, 1285| Administrators of goods:~1/ in the employment of workers are to observe 1888 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 467-472)~Emys SRC Instr. Eucharisticum 1889 Intr | AAS 59 [1967] 539-573)~EN Paulus PP. VI, Adh. Ap. 1890 3, 0, 787| culture, avenues are opened enabling them to understand the message 1891 Intr | Therefore it was not a case of enacting a new law but rather a matter 1892 Intr | DS Denzinger-Schönmetzer, Enchiridion Symbolorum Definitionum 1893 2, 1, 250| formation. These studies are to encompass at least six full years 1894 Intr | AAS 68 [1976] 5-76)~Enc. Encyclica~Ep. Epistula~EP SCDF Decr. 1895 2, 2, 436| it, the Apostolic See can endow a metropolitan with special 1896 7, 2, 1517| begins with the citation; it ends not only by the pronouncement 1897 2, 1, 323| that dissipation of their energies is avoided and that their 1898 4, 1, 1062| bilateral, which is called an engagement, is governed by the particular 1899 4, 1, 996| them and must fulfill the enjoined works in the established 1900 1, 0, 49| directly and legitimately enjoins a specific person or persons 1901 Intr | reworked and approved was enlarged by the addition of canons 1902 4, 0, 836| take care to arouse and enlighten this faith diligently, especially 1903 3, 0, 777| adults is strengthened, enlightened, and developed through various 1904 3, 0, 822| human and Christian spirit enlivens the use of instruments of 1905 | enough 1906 3, 0, 777| communion, these children are enriched more fully and deeply through 1907 4, 1, 879| It imprints a character, enriches by the gift of the Holy 1908 Intr | of all the schemata, of ensuring a uniform terminology throughout 1909 2, 2, 528| God is proclaimed in its entirety to those living in the parish; 1910 Intr | the new Code was clearly enuntiated in the beginning of canon 1911 Intr | organization of a procedure which envisions the protection of subjective 1912 2, 2, 358| function as his special envoy (missus specialis) has competence 1913 Intr | Ordo Unctionis infirmorum eorumque Pastoralis Curae, 7 dec. 1914 4, 3, 1246| our Lord Jesus Christ, the Epiphany, the Ascension, the Body 1915 Intr | Normae de promovendis ad Episcopale ministerium in Ecclesia 1916 Intr | bishops individually and as episcopates were invited to collaborate 1917 Intr | SCE Sacra Congregatio pro Episcopis (a 1-i-1968)~SCEO Sacra 1918 Intr | 5-76)~Enc. Encyclica~Ep. Epistula~EP SCDF Decr. Ecclesiae 1919 1, 0, 99| non sui compos) and is equated with infants.~ 1920 2, 1, 245| students are to become equipped to exercise the pastoral 1921 7, 2, 1543| documents are shown to have been erased, emended, falsified, or 1922 2, 3, 603| the Church recognizes the eremitic or anchoritic life by which 1923 1, 0, 45| 45 If the executor has erred in any way in the execution 1924 3, 0, 754| doctrine and to proscribe erroneous opinions, particularly those 1925 Intr | ignorance, the mother of all errors, is especially to be avoided 1926 Intr | AAS 67 [1975] 281-284)~ES Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ecclesiae 1927 3, 0, 796| be established and highly esteemed.~ 1928 Intr | Communione et de Cultu Mysterii Eucharistici extra Missam, 1973~circ. 1929 Intr | 467-472)~Emys SRC Instr. Eucharisticum mysterium, 25 maii 1967 ( 1930 4, 1, 1038| another grave cause to be evaluated in the judgment of the diocesan 1931 7, 2, 1572| Can. 1572 In evaluating testimony, the judge, after 1932 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, Adh. Ap. Evangelica testificatio, 29 iun. 1971 ( 1933 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, Adh. Ap. Evangelii nuntiandi, 8 dec. 1975 ( 1934 Intr | Congregatio pro Gentium Evangelizatione seu de Propraganda Fide ( 1935 2, 3, 713| members participate in the evangelizing function of the Church whether 1936 4, 3, 1248| feast day itself or in the evening of the preceding day satisfies 1937 3, 0, 820| knowledge through common eVort, meetings, coordinated scientific 1938 7, 2, 1567| immediately and must report the exact words of the testimony given, 1939 5, 0, 1262| extraordinary and moderate exaction upon other physical and 1940 7, 2, 1561| examines the witness; the examiner must have the assistance 1941 Intr | determined times, or in examining the animadversions, observations 1942 2, 3, 575| based on the teaching and examples of Christ the Teacher, are 1943 2, 1, 268| norm of can. 266, §2 is excardinated from his own particular 1944 2, 1, 269| has also obtained from the excardinating bishop, under secrecy if 1945 2, 1, 228| law.~§2. Lay persons who excel in necessary knowledge, 1946 Intr | very long time he has done excellent work in a task of such great 1947 7, 5, 1732| external forum outside a trial excepting those which have been issued 1948 4, 3, 1206| territory to any bishop or, in exceptional cases, to a presbyter.~ 1949 Intr | But if on account of the excessively swift changes in contemporary 1950 6, 2, 1368| morals, expresses insults, or excites hatred or contempt against 1951 2, 3, 687| Can. 687 An exclaustrated member is considered freed 1952 7, 2, 1568| whether the oath was taken, excused, or refused, of the presence 1953 5, 0, 1300| are fulfilled, and other executors are bound to render him 1954 6, 1, 1326| law can establish other exempting, mitigating, or aggravating 1955 2, 1, 289| 2. Clerics are to use exemptions from exercising functions 1956 Intr | 57 [1965] 76-89)~OEx Ordo Exequiarum, 15 aug. 1969~OICA Ordo 1957 4, 1, 962| requirements of the norm of §1. An exhortation that each person take care 1958 2, 2, 529| afflicted, the lonely, those exiled from their country, and 1959 2, 2, 568| lives, such as migrants, exiles, refugees, nomads, sailors.~ 1960 4, 2, 1172| 1172 §1. No one can perform exorcisms legitimately upon the possessed 1961 Intr | proposing candidates. Thus the expanded Commission numbered seventy-four 1962 Intr | and fulfilling at last the expectations of the whole Catholic world, 1963 3, 0, 788| determining what things must be expected of the catechumens and by 1964 Intr | world to participate in the expediting of the project. On February 1965 Intr | apostolate may progress expeditiously and may be promoted since 1966 5, 0, 1293| advantage of the Church or to be expended prudently according to the 1967 2, 1, 319| faithful account of the expenditure of the offerings and alms 1968 Intr | Church in a world which had experienced sweeping changes and significant 1969 Intr | which in the meantime was experiencing new growth. Nevertheless, 1970 Intr | SCRIS Decr. Ad instituenda experimenta, 4 iun. 1970 (AAS 62 [1970] 1971 Intr | Signaturae Apsotolicae ad experimentum servandae, 23 mar. 1968~ 1972 1, 0, 72| Apostolic See which have expired can be extended once by 1973 4, 1, 898| the highest adoration. In explaining the doctrine about this 1974 1, 0, 16| extends the law, or if it explains a doubtful law, it is not 1975 7, 2, 1578| summon the expert to supply explanations which later seem necessary.~ 1976 Intr | schemata together with an explanatory report were sent to the 1977 Intr | 1966] 235-239)~nep LG nota explicativa praevia~Notif. Notificatio~ 1978 4, 1, 941| Eucharist, there can be expositions with the pyx or the monstrance; 1979 Intr | Therefore, although in expounding the paschal mystery St. 1980 6, 2, 1368| gravely injures good morals, expresses insults, or excites hatred 1981 1, 0, 16| retroactive; if it restricts or extends the law, or if it explains 1982 7, 1, 1465| to take care that such an extension does not overly prolong 1983 2, 1, 248| that students acquire an extensive and solid learning in the 1984 Intr | have been expressed in the extensiveness of the original text; rather 1985 4, 1, 887| this sacrament licitly on externs in the territory assigned 1986 7, 1, 1465| limits established by law for extinguishing rights, cannot be extended 1987 Intr | Negotiis Ecclesiasticis Extraordinariis (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~SCong 1988 4, 1, 927| absolutely forbidden, even in extreme urgent necessity, to consecrate 1989 Intr | the Code of Canon Law is extremely necessary for the Church. 1990 4, 1, 951| recompense by reason of an extrinsic title.~§2. A priest who 1991 Intr | and Saints Peter and Paul.~F O R E W O R D T O T H E 1992 Intr | canons into one book to facilitate a knowledge of them as well 1993 1, 0, 144| Can. 144 §1. In factual or legal common error and 1994 Intr | AAS 63 [1971] 497-526)~facul. Facultas, facultates~FC 1995 Intr | 63 [1971] 497-526)~facul. Facultas, facultates~FC Ioannes Paulus 1996 Intr | 497-526)~facul. Facultas, facultates~FC Ioannes Paulus PP. II, 1997 2, 2, 529| correcting them if they are failing in certain areas. With generous 1998 2, 3, 619| restless, to console the faint of heart, and to be patient 1999 2, 1, 316| enrolled legitimately who fall into the situation mentioned 2000 6, 1, 1338| having committed a delict has fallen.~§2. He can also rebuke


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