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2001 7, 2, 1543| have been erased, emended, falsified, or otherwise defective, 2002 Intr | Paulus PP. II, Adh. Ap. Familiaris Consortio, 22 nov. 1981 ( 2003 4, 3, 1251| year of age. The law of fasting, however, binds all those 2004 7, 1, 1465| Can. 1465 §1. Fatalia legis, that is, the time 2005 4, 1, 974| the presbyter loses the faulty to hear the confessions 2006 7, 1, 1488| cases will be decided more favorably by other tribunals.~ 2007 Intr | facul. Facultas, facultates~FC Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Adh. 2008 7, 1, 1498| decreed if the harm which is feared can be repaired in another 2009 7, 2, 1624| of nullity. If the party fears that the judge who rendered 2010 Intr | counsels.”~The principal features of the method followed during 2011 Intr | m.p. Crebrae allatae, 22 febr. 1949 (AAS 31 [1949] 89- 2012 2, 3, 582| only; confederations and federations are also reserved to it.~ 2013 7, 1, 1460| however, the party who feels injured can appeal to the 2014 Intr | Pius PP. XII, m.p. Primo feliciter, 12 mar. 1948 (AAS 450 [ 2015 Intr | established for this purpose has felicitously completed the difficult 2016 4, 1, 873| one male sponsor or one female sponsor or one of each.~ 2017 6, 1, 1345| limits if the sum of the feren dae sententiae penalties 2018 4, 1, 871| Can. 871 If aborted fetuses are alive, they are to be 2019 Intr | reflect the same note of fi-delity in newness and of newness 2020 3, 0, 804| general norms about this field of action and for the diocesan 2021 1, 0, 78| place is restored within fifty years.~ 2022 Intr | come before my eyes the figures of the deceased cardinals 2023 Intr | pope appointed Monsignor fiilliam Onclin as adjunct secretary 2024 7, 1, 1494| 1494 §1. The respondent can file a counterclaim against the 2025 7, 1, 1495| whom the first action was filed even if the judge was delegated 2026 7, 1, 1462| exceptions which are called litis finitae must be proposed and adjudicated 2027 Intr | Commission for their de-~finitive examination and judgment. 2028 2, 2, 512| faithful outstanding in firm faith, good morals, and 2029 3, 0, 750| of faith, is also to be firm-ly embraced and retained; therefore, 2030 4, 1, 1056| marriage obtain a special firmness by reason of the sacrament.~ 2031 4, 1, 938| Eucharist in some other fit-ting and more secure place, especially 2032 4, 1, 1064| assistance is organized fit-tingly, after he has also heard 2033 5, 0, 1263| bishops of a province:~1/ to fix the fees for acts of executive 2034 7, 3, 1687| prudently thinks that either the flaws mentioned in can. 1686 or 2035 4, 1, 1061| which the spouses become one flesh.~§2. After a marriage has 2036 4, 3, 1235| constructed that it adheres to the floor and thus cannot be moved; 2037 Intr | nearly everywhere there flourished countless collections of 2038 Intr | the hope, that there may flower again in the Church a renewed 2039 Intr | Council and those principles flowing from it which were proposed 2040 Intr | recalled that canon law flows from the nature of the Church, 2041 7, 2, 1577| services of the expert must focus.~§2. The acts of the case 2042 7, 4, 1718| used or, unless the law forbids it, whether the matter must 2043 Intr | collection. It was decided to forego the method of compilations 2044 2, 3, 663| Can. 663 §1. The first and foremost duty of all religious is 2045 6, 1, 1325| delict based on negligence, foresaw the event and nonetheless 2046 6, 1, 1322| which the person could not foresee or, if foreseen, avoid;~ 2047 2, 3, 573| outstanding sign in the Church, foretell the heavenly glory.~§2. 2048 Intr | Constitution, to be valid forever in the future, I promulgate 2049 Intr | Washington~This translation, foreword, and index © copyright 1998 2050 4, 1, 1152| innocent spouse can be moved to forgive the fault and not to prolong 2051 4, 1, 992| sins whose guilt is already forgiven, which a properly disposed 2052 5, 0, 1306| to be fulfilled are not forgotten; the prescripts of cann. 2053 7, 1, 1404| confirmed specifically (in forma specifica) by the Roman 2054 4, 1, 982| unless the person has first formally retracted the false denunciation 2055 Intr | method as possible, juridical formulae would gradually mature which 2056 4, 2, 1167| sacramentals, the rites and formulas approved by the authority 2057 7, 2, 1586| 1586 The judge is not to formulate presumptions which are not 2058 Intr | certain proposals (dubia) formulated concerning them.~A principle 2059 7, 2, 1584| presumption is one which a judge formulates.~ 2060 Intr | canons in brief and elegant formulations, and finally of definitively 2061 2, 1, 245| living faith and charity fosters their own sanctification. 2062 2, 1, 312| those which from their founding are directed toward activity 2063 4, 1, 870| An abandoned infant or a foundling is to be baptized unless 2064 Intr | who numbered from eight to fourteen on the individual study 2065 Intr | ad Christianorum Unitatem Fovendam~SDO Paulus PP. VI, m.p. 2066 Intr | prudently determined time frame—not less than six months.~ 2067 4, 1, 993| it partially or totally frees from the temporal punishment 2068 4, 3, 1250| universal Church are every Friday of the whole year and the 2069 2, 1, 245| through relationships of friendship and of association cultivated 2070 4, 1, 1008| nourish the people of God, fufilling in the person of Christ 2071 4, 1, 1165| mixed marriage have been ful-filled. He cannot grant one, however, 2072 3, 0, 794| they are able to reach the fullness of the Christian life.~§ 2073 Intr | aided by an official who functioned as an actuary.~The number 2074 5, 0, 1273| is to establish a common fund through which bishops are 2075 Intr | 885-928)~RFS SCIC Ratio fundamentalis institutionis sacerdotalis, 2076 7, 1, 1452| negligence of the parties in furnishing proofs or in lodging exceptions 2077 7, 2, 1578| other suitable means they gained certainty of the identity 2078 4, 1, 996| 996 §1. To be capable of gaining indulgences, a person must 2079 4, 1, 992| of the Christian faithful gains under certain and defined 2080 2, 1, 284| suitable ecclesiastical garb according to the norms issued 2081 Intr | leadership of Cardinal Pietro Gasparri.~The first issue to be resolved 2082 4, 1, 849| Can. 849 Baptism, the gateway to the sacraments and necessary 2083 4, 3, 1223| group of the faithful who gather in it and to which other 2084 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, All. Magno gaudio, 23 maii 1964 (AAS 56 [1964] 2085 Intr | 1981 (AAS 74 [1982] 81-191)~GE Decl. Gravissimum Educationis, 2086 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 728-739)~gen. Generalis~GS Const. pastoralis 2087 Intr | Directorium catechisticum generale, 11 apr. 1971 (AAS 64 [1972] 2088 1 | NORMS LIBER I. DE NORMIS GENERALIBUS~ 2089 1, 0, 108| many degrees as there are generations or persons, not counting 2090 2, 2, 529| failing in certain areas. With generous love he is to help the sick, 2091 Intr | Adhortatio~AG Decr. Ad gentes, 7 dec. 1965 (AAS 58 [1966] 2092 4, 1, 998| ill to the suVering and glorified Lord in order that he relieve 2093 Intr | experts in canon law called glossators. Besides the Decree of Gratian, 2094 7, 1, 1469| the place where the judge goes and in the location designated 2095 4, 1, 1025| the one to be ordained is going to be attached to this other 2096 Intr | to be exercised by which governmental organs is also to be defined.~ 2097 Intr | and flourish. May our most gracious God grant this through the 2098 Intr | Canon Law Society of America graciously gave permission to include 2099 3, 0, 833| in the presence of the grand chancellor or, in his absence, 2100 4, 1, 964| confessionals with a fixed grate between the penitent and 2101 Intr | later called the Decretum Gratiani, constituted the first part 2102 Intr | today my sentiments of deep gratitude.~In the first place there 2103 4, 3, 1240| however, then individual graves are to be properly blessed.~ 2104 2, 3, 691| institute except for the gravest of causes considered before 2105 Intr | 1982] 81-191)~GE Decl. Gravissimum Educationis, 28 oct. 1965 ( 2106 Intr | corpus of canons of the Greek Church.~Subsequent laws, 2107 Intr | consists of the Liber Extra of Gregory IX, the Liber Sextus of 2108 2, 2, 529| the cares, anxieties, and griefs of the faithful, strengthening 2109 4, 1, 897| Church continually lives and grows. The eucharistic sacrifice, 2110 Intr | 728-739)~gen. Generalis~GS Const. pastoralis Gaudium 2111 Intr | the rights of individuals guaranteed and well-defined; in order, 2112 4, 3, 1234| shrines or nearby places and guarded securely.~ 2113 2, 2, 443| Others can also be invited as guests to particular councils, 2114 2, 3, 650| novices be formed under the guidance of a director according 2115 Intr | principles which would serve as guidelines during the process of revising 2116 2, 2, 469| whole diocese, especially in guiding pastoral action, in caring 2117 4, 1, 992| punishment for sins whose guilt is already forgiven, which 2118 Intr | Paul.~F O R E W O R D T O T H E T R A N S L A T I O N ~ 2119 Intr | on May 19, 1918.~Everyone hailed the universal law of this 2120 1, 0, 55| grave reason prevents the handing over of the written text 2121 7, 3, 1709| tribunal designated by it must handle the case.~§2. Once the libellus 2122 Intr | another (which frequently happened). Due consideration was 2123 4, 1, 1148| been dismissed, if it is hard for him to remain with the 2124 2, 1, 289| Since military service is hardly in keeping with the clerical 2125 2, 2, 398| does not burden or impose a hardship on anyone through unnecessary 2126 7, 2, 1548| testimony ill repute, dangerous hardships, or other grave evils will 2127 5, 0, 1288| initiative; if the Church is harmed from an arbitrary withdrawal, 2128 Intr | integrated into one completely harmonious Code.~The new systematic 2129 1, 0, 21| insofar as possible, must be harmonized with them.~ 2130 6, 1, 1343| will result from an offerly hasty punishment of the offender;~ 2131 6, 2, 1377| attempts to impart it or who hears sacramental confession.~§ 2132 7, 2, 1572| from opinion, rumor, or hearsay;~3/ whether the witness 2133 2, 3, 573| the Church, foretell the heavenly glory.~§2. The Christian 2134 2, 1, 227| of the gospel and are to heed the doctrine set forth by 2135 5, 0, 1298| they have been omitted, the heirs must be admonished regarding 2136 2, 3, 665| solicitously by them and is to be helped to return to and persevere 2137 3, 0, 786| root especially by sending heralds of the gospel until the 2138 6, 2, 1363| apostate from the faith, a heretic, or a schismatic incurs 2139 4, 2, 1184| 1/ notorious apostates, heretics, and schismatics;~2/ those 2140 2, 3, 603| prayer and penance.~§2. A hermit is recognized by law as 2141 2, 3, 674| example, and extend it with hidden apostolic fruitfulness. 2142 Intr | general norms,” “the sacred hierarchy,” “institutes of perfection,” “ 2143 Intr | and judgment. In order to highlight even more the participation 2144 Intr | and especially there was highlighted the urgent need of a new 2145 2, 2, 510| that the pastor is not a hindrance to capitular functions nor 2146 1, 0, 84| privilege.~Therefore, when the holder of a privilege has been 2147 Intr | the respective copyright holders, except for brief quotations 2148 7, 1, 1467| following which is not a holiday.~ 2149 4, 1, 1063| they daily come to lead holier and fuller lives in their 2150 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 1025-1115)~Hom. Homilia~HV Paulus PP. VI, 2151 2, 1, 256| especially in catechetical and homiletic skills, in divine worship 2152 Intr | 58 [1966] 1025-1115)~Hom. Homilia~HV Paulus PP. VI, Enc. Humanae 2153 Intr | Paulus PP. II, Enc. Redemptor hominis, 4 mar. 1979 (AAS 71 [1979] 2154 2, 2, 494| absolutely distinguished for honesty.~§2. The Finance officer 2155 6, 1, 1335| or insignia, even merely honorary;~3/ a prohibition against 2156 Intr | considerations it is naturally to be hoped that the new canonical legislation 2157 Intr | Institutio Generalis de Liturgia Horarum, 11 apr. 1971~IGMR Institutio 2158 2, 1, 268| the diocesan bishop of the host church and to his own diocesan 2159 5, 0, 1283| the diligence of a good householder.~§2. Consequently they must:~ 2160 2, 2, 538| provide suitable support and housing for a retired pastor.~ 2161 Intr | of charity, temperance, humaneness and moderation, whereby 2162 2, 1, 245| Christ, they are bound by humble and filial charity to the 2163 2, 2, 387| of holiness in charity, humility, and simplicity of life, 2164 Intr | sine venia Sanctae Sedis, hunc codicem denuo imprimere 2165 4, 1, 1148| has several non-baptized husbands at the same time.~§2. In 2166 Intr | 1025-1115)~Hom. Homilia~HV Paulus PP. VI, Enc. Humanae 2167 Intr | authority as service (cf. ibid., chapter 3); the doctrine 2168 Intr | AAS 60 [1968] 481-503)~IC SCDS Instr. Immensae caritatis, 2169 Intr | AAS 65 [1973] 264-271)~ID SCSCD Instr. Inaestimabile 2170 Intr | above all that there be identified and approved certain principles 2171 2, 3, 696| Church; public adherence to ideologies infected by materialism 2172 Intr | AAS 56 [1964] 877-900)~IGLH Institutio Generalis de 2173 Intr | Liturgia Horarum, 11 apr. 1971~IGMR Institutio Generalis Missalis 2174 4, 1, 1114| assisting at marriage acts illicitly unless the person has made 2175 2, 3, 674| sacrifice of praise to God, illumine the people of God with the 2176 Intr | character of church law was illustrated; its necessity was vindicated 2177 Intr | Missalis Romani, 26 mar. 1970~IM Decr. Inter mirifica, 4 2178 Intr | books which substantially imitated the system of Roman law 2179 4, 3, 1246| Mary the Mother of God, her Immaculate Conception, her Assumption, 2180 Intr | 481-503)~IC SCDS Instr. Immensae caritatis, 29 ian. 1973 ( 2181 4, 1, 854| to be conferred either by immersion or by pouring; the prescripts 2182 2, 3, 634| any appearance of excess, immoderate wealth, and accumulation 2183 Intr | consequences and necessary impact on canonical legislation.~ 2184 7, 1, 1471| used if a speech or hearing impaired person must be questioned 2185 2, 2, 530| 1003, §§2 and 3, and the imparting of the apostolic blessing;~ 2186 4, 1, 966| the faithful to whom he imparts absolution.~§2. A priest 2187 Intr | insistently and almost with impatience.~As a matter of fact, the 2188 Intr | law was increasingly more imperative and was requested. The Supreme 2189 Intr | discipline was increasingly imperiled and jeopardized.~Therefore 2190 3, 0, 786| missionary action which implants the Church among peoples 2191 7, 5, 1750| 1. If he then decides to implement the transfer, however, he 2192 2, 2, 365| deal with the drafting and implementation of concordats and other 2193 Intr | coherence with the doctrine and implementing norms of the Second Vatican 2194 Intr | Conference of Catholic Bishops~Imprimatur Most Rev. William E. Lori, 2195 Intr | Sedis, hunc codicem denuo imprimere aut in aliam linguam vertere.~ 2196 4, 1, 845| confirmation, and orders imprint a character, they cannot 2197 4, 1, 879| and defend the faith. It imprints a character, enriches by 2198 6, 1, 1322| violated a law or precept; inadvertence and error are equivalent 2199 1, 0, 142| forum alone and is placed inadvertently after the lapse of the time 2200 Intr | 264-271)~ID SCSCD Instr. Inaestimabile donum, 3 apr. 1980 (AAS 2201 Intr | meantime.~This session publicly inaugurated the work of the Code Commission. 2202 2, 1, 295| international seminary and even to incardinate students and promote them 2203 2, 3, 693| before he finds a bishop who incardinates him in the diocese or at 2204 7, 2, 1637| the other party can appeal incidentally against other grounds within 2205 6, 2, 1372| 1373 A person who publicly incites among subjects animosities 2206 7, 2, 1651| executed. This decree is to be included in the text of the sentence 2207 1, 0, 100| said to be: a resident (incola) in the place where the 2208 5, 0, 1283| administrators prepare budgets of incomes and expenditures each year; 2209 1, 0, 152| Can. 152 Two or more incompatible offices, that is, offices 2210 7, 2, 1572| and firmly consistent or inconsistent, uncertain, or vacillating;~ 2211 Intr | 1968, all agreed on not incorporating in the Code properly liturgical 2212 2, 3, 697| the council decides that incorrigibility is sufficiently evident 2213 5, 0, 1306| list of the obligations incumbent upon pious foundations is 2214 Intr | AAS 56 [1964] 145-157)~Ind. Indultum~Instr. Instructio~ 2215 1, 0, 119| force of law; after two indecisive ballots, a vote is to be 2216 7, 2, 1595| because of the absence and to indemnify the other party if necessary.~§ 2217 Intr | translation, foreword, and index © copyright 1998 by Canon 2218 4, 2, 1202| either evil or entirely indif-ferent or, finally, impedes a greater 2219 4, 1, 844| that danger of error or of indifferentism is avoided, the Christian 2220 Intr | is to be regarded as an indispensable instrument to ensure order 2221 7, 2, 1637| whenever the matter sought is indivisible or a joint obligation.~§ 2222 1, 0, 76| or immemorial possession induces the presumption that a privilege 2223 Intr | 56 [1964] 145-157)~Ind. Indultum~Instr. Instructio~LG Const. 2224 7, 5, 1740| becomes harmful or at least ineffective for any cause, even through 2225 7, 5, 1741| ecclesiastical communion;~2/ ineptitude or a permanent infirmity 2226 Intr | appropriately prepared without the inestimable and continuous cooperation 2227 3, 0, 749| is understood as defined infallibly unless this is manifestly 2228 2, 3, 696| adherence to ideologies infected by materialism or atheism; 2229 7, 5, 1741| ineptitude or a permanent infirmity of mind or body which renders 2230 Intr | 727)~OUI Ordo Unctionis infirmorum eorumque Pastoralis Curae, 2231 1, 0, 36| pertain to threatening or inflicting penalties, restrict the 2232 1, 0, 128| 128 Whoever illegitimately inflicts damage upon someone by a 2233 2, 1, 206| explicit choice under the influence of the Holy Spirit to be 2234 2, 2, 364| candidates and to instruct the informational process concerning those 2235 Intr | collections and norms, not infrequently contradicting one another, 2236 7, 1, 1412| 1408-1409, of the one whose inheritance or pious legacy is at issue 2237 7, 1, 1412| 2/ in cases which regard inheritances or pious legacies, before 2238 3, 0, 782| missionary work, especially by initiating, fostering, and sustaining 2239 Intr | 15 aug. 1969~OICA Ordo Initiationis Christianae Adultorum, 1 2240 4, 3, 1211| are violated by gravely injurious actions done in them with 2241 Intr | nonetheless the systematic innovations of the new Code are much 2242 1, 0, 41| administrative act seems inopportune due to the circumstances 2243 2, 3, 689| however, a religious becomes insane during the period of temporary 2244 Intr | but are crying out for it insistently and almost with impatience.~ 2245 7, 2, 1527| forward.~§2. If a party insists that a proof rejected by 2246 2, 2, 542| are to be appointed or installed according to the norm of 2247 4, 3, 1244| but only in individual instances.~ 2248 Intr | 990)~AIE SCRIS Decr. Ad instituenda experimenta, 4 iun. 1970 ( 2249 Intr | SCIC Sacra Congregatio pro Institutione Catholica (a 1-i-1968)~SCNE 2250 Intr | SCIC Ratio fundamentalis institutionis sacerdotalis, 6 ian. 1970 ( 2251 Intr | Congregatio pro Religiosis et Institutis Saecularibus (a 1-i-1968)~ 2252 Intr | 157)~Ind. Indultum~Instr. Instructio~LG Const. dogmatica Lumen 2253 3, 0, 753| are authentic teachers and instructors of the faith for the Christian 2254 4, 2, 1186| other saints whose example instructs the Christian faithful and 2255 Intr | CICS Pontificium Consilium Instrumentis Communicationis Socialis 2256 6, 2, 1368| injures good morals, expresses insults, or excites hatred or contempt 2257 7, 2, 1512| matter ceases to be res integra;~2/ the case becomes proper 2258 2, 2, 510| definite norms which fittingly integrate the pastoral duties of the 2259 Intr | distinct study groups, could be integrated into one completely harmonious 2260 2, 1, 245| to achieve an appropriate integration between human and supernatural 2261 3, 0, 752| religious submission of the intellect and will must be given to 2262 6, 1, 1327| contrary to his or her intent, did not commit the delict 2263 7, 2, 1593| the trial is not prolonged intentionally through longer and unnecessary 2264 4, 2, 1173| ceasing by song and prayer and intercedes for the salvation of the 2265 7, 1, 1413| By reason of connection, interconnected cases must be adjudicated 2266 4, 1, 1084| perpetual impotence to have intercourse, whether on the part of 2267 Intr | Decretis Concilii Vaticani II interpretandis~CM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Causas 2268 Intr | Codicis Canones Authentice Interpretandos~CICS Pontificium Consilium 2269 7, 2, 1649| advocates, experts, and interpreters and the indemnity for the 2270 1, 0, 16| the power of authentically interpreting.~§2. An authentic interpretation 2271 1, 0, 16| legislator authentically interprets laws as does the one to 2272 4, 1, 842| Most Holy Eucharist are interrelated in such a way that they 2273 2, 3, 697| another warning after an intervening space of at least fifteen 2274 2, 1, 252| learn to penetrate more intimately the mysteries of salvation, 2275 6, 2, 1374| ecclesiastical goods or who greatly intimidate an elector, one elected, 2276 1, 0, 25| observed with the intention of introducing a law by a community capable 2277 7, 2 | CHAPTER I.~The Introductory Libellus of Litigation~ 2278 Intr | everyone that John XXIII’s intuition was very true, and with 2279 4, 1, 1092| direct line in any degree invalidates a marriage.~ 2280 2, 2, 491| diligently preserved and that inventories or catalogs are made in 2281 5, 0, 1283| consent of the ordinary, invest the money which is left 2282 2, 2, 511| authority of the bishop investigates, considers, and proposes 2283 2, 2, 386| just freedom in further investigating its truths.~ 2284 7, 4, 1718| expedient for him or the investigator, with the consent of the 2285 5, 0, 1304| of the obligation; this investment is to be made according 2286 4, 1, 983| The sacramental seal is inviolable; therefore it is absolutely 2287 2, 1, 206| for catechumens; while it invites them to lead a life of the 2288 2, 2, 567| he is not permitted to involve himself in the internal 2289 7, 2, 1524| or consent of those whose involvement is required to place acts 2290 Intr | AAS 72 [1980] 331-343)~IOe SRC Instr. Inter Oecumenici, 2291 7, 2, 1620| suffers from the defect of irremediable nullity if:~1/ it was rendered 2292 7, 2, 1650| probably well founded and irreparable damage can arise from execution.~ 2293 4, 1, 1057| accept each other through an irrevocable covenant in order to establish 2294 Intr | articles.~Case binding: isbn 0-943616-79-4~LC number 2295 Intr | SEDES~omnia sibi vindicat iura. Nemini liceat, sine venia 2296 Intr | CIP Pontificia Commissio a Iustitia et Pace~CIV Pontificia Commissio 2297 4 | BOOK IVFUNCTION~OF THE CHURCH (Cann. 834 - 2298 Intr | Calabria (July 21, 429: cf. Jaffe,2 n. 371; Mansi IV, col. 2299 Intr | increasingly imperiled and jeopardized.~Therefore during the preparatory 2300 6, 2, 1373| Can. 1374 A person who joins an association which plots 2301 Intr | the beginning of this long journey, to that January 25, 1959 2302 2, 2, 566| hospitals, prisons, and on sea journeys, a chaplain, moreover, has 2303 Intr | of Apulia and Calabria (July 21, 429: cf. Jaffe,2 n. 2304 Intr | which is derived the whole juridical-legislative tradition of the Church, 2305 Intr | document founded on the juridicallegislative heritage of revelation and 2306 Intr | seem to recommend personal jurisdictional units. Therefore the new 2307 1, 0, 19| with canonical equity, the jurisprudence and practice of the Roman 2308 Intr | mystery St. Paul teaches that justification is not obtained by the works 2309 Intr | Iuris Civilis of the Emperor Justinian, was called the Corpus Iuris 2310 7, 2, 1580| Can. 1580 The judge must justly and equitably determine 2311 4, 1, 988| remitted directly through the keys of the Church nor acknowledged 2312 6, 2, 1396| commits a homicide or who kidnaps, detains, mutilates, or 2313 7, 1 | II.~DIFFERENT GRADES AND KINDS OF TRIBUNALS (Cann. 1417 - 2314 Intr | priestly, prophetic and kingly office of Christ, to which 2315 Intr | person is given a source of knowing his or her own proper rights 2316 Intr | R D T O T H E T R A N S L A T I O N ~ 2317 Intr | Plenaria of SCRIS) 20 aug.1980~l.s. Latae sententiae~MC Pius 2318 2, 1, 271| request it, to move to regions laboring under a grave lack of clergy 2319 4, 1, 1041| orders:~1/ a person who labors under some form of amentia 2320 Intr | the obsolescence of and lacunae in many laws led to a situation 2321 4, 1, 940| Can. 940 A special lamp which indicates and honors 2322 2, 1, 211| in every age and in every land.~ 2323 3, 0, 792| their territory from mission lands for the sake of work or 2324 6, 1, 1350| imposed the penalty has lapsed.~ 2325 Intr | veritably immense burden which lasted seven years. The Secretariat 2326 2, 3, 696| mentioned in can. 665, §2, lasting six months; other causes 2327 2, 2, 358| of persons as a legates a latere, that is, as his alter ego, 2328 Intr | personally reviewed this latest schema with the help of 2329 Intr | regarding its style and Latinity (which tasks were entrusted 2330 3, 0, 830| fulfilling this office, laying aside any favoritism, the 2331 Intr | binding: isbn 0-943616-79-4~LC number 99-093240~Canon Law 2332 2, 2, 364| Apostolic See before the leaders of the state;~8/ in addition, 2333 4, 1, 874| of the Eucharist and who leads a life of faith in keeping 2334 4, 1, 955| celebration of the Masses until he learns that the obligation has 2335 5, 0, 1297| goods are not to be sold or leased to the administrators of 2336 5, 0, 1296| establish norms for the leasing of Church goods, especially 2337 2, 3, 713| apostolic activity, and like leaven they strive to imbue all 2338 7, 2, 1654| the text of the sentence leaves it to the judgment of the 2339 2, 1, 230| persons, even if they are not lectors or acolytes, can also supply 2340 Intr | CONSTITUTION SACRAE DISCIPLINAE LEGES~To our venerable brothers, 2341 7, 1, 1465| Can. 1465 §1. Fatalia legis, that is, the time limits 2342 5, 0, 1309| the ordinary can equitably lessen these obligations, after 2343 2, 1, 215| Christian faithful are at liberty freely to found and direct 2344 Intr | sibi vindicat iura. Nemini liceat, sine venia Sanctae Sedis, 2345 6, 1, 1343| imposing a penalty, impose a lighter penalty, or employ a penance 2346 | likely 2347 2, 2, 368| is otherwise evident, are likened a territorial prelature 2348 2, 2, 395| diocese.~§2. Apart from ad limina visits, councils, synods 2349 Intr | denuo imprimere aut in aliam linguam vertere.~The Holy See reserves 2350 Intr | to which doctrine is also linked that which concerns the 2351 3, 0, 769| to the condition of the listeners and in a manner adapted 2352 Intr | AAS 57 [1965] 5-75)~Litt. Litterae~LMR SCRIS Life and Mission 2353 Intr | Institutio Generalis de Liturgia Horarum, 11 apr. 1971~IGMR 2354 3, 0, 785| gospel and to organizing liturgies and works of charity under 2355 Intr | 1965] 5-75)~Litt. Litterae~LMR SCRIS Life and Mission of 2356 7, 1, 1497| under any title and to the loans of the debtor.~ 2357 7, 1, 1449| not withdraw, a party can lodge an objection against the 2358 7, 1, 1452| furnishing proofs or in lodging exceptions whenever the 2359 2, 2, 529| poor, the afflicted, the lonely, those exiled from their 2360 Intr | his decision was for the long-term good of the Church.~Therefore 2361 3, 0, 795| of the human person that looks to his or her final end 2362 Intr | Imprimatur Most Rev. William E. Lori, S.T.D., V.G.~Auxiliary 2363 1, 0, 197| a means of acquiring or losing a subjective right as well 2364 Intr | obstat Most Rev. Anthony M. Pilla, President~National 2365 3, 0, 831| anything for newspapers, magazines, or periodicals which are 2366 7, 3, 1672| marriage belong to the civil magistrate unless particular law establishes 2367 Intr | MG Paulus PP. VI, All. Magno gaudio, 23 maii 1964 (AAS 2368 2, 1, 239| the rector, especially in maintaining discipline.~ 2369 6, 1, 1317| possibly for certain singularly malicious delicts which either can 2370 2, 3, 636| of proper law, who is to manage the administration of goods 2371 2, 1, 285| they are not to take on the management of goods belonging to lay 2372 Intr | Canon Law was established on March 28, 1963 with Cardinal Pietro 2373 4, 1, 1008| indelible character which marks them. They are consecrated 2374 4, 1, 1062| civil laws.~§2. A promise to marry does not give rise to an 2375 4, 3, 1237| tradition of placing relics of martyrs or other saints under a 2376 2, 3, 696| to ideologies infected by materialism or atheism; the illegitimate 2377 4, 1, 877| must be inserted, if her maternity is established publicly 2378 Intr | MM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Matrimonia mixta, 31 mar. 1970 (AAS 2379 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Causas matrimoniales, 28 mar. 1971 (AAS 63 [1971] 2380 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Cum matrimonialium, 8 sep. 1973 (AAS 65 [1973] 2381 Intr | 473-506)~MS SCDF Instr. Matrimonii sacramentum, 18 mar. 1966 ( 2382 Intr | 1973~OCM Ordo Celebrandi Matrimonium, 19 mar. 1969~ODE Ordo Dedicationis 2383 Intr | the Commission so as to maximize their cooperation for the 2384 | maybe 2385 Intr | 1980~l.s. Latae sententiae~MC Pius PP. XII, Enc. Mystici 2386 Intr | AAS 35 [1943] 193-248)~MD Pius PP. XII, Enc. Mediator 2387 | me 2388 1, 0, 130| effects which its exercise is meant to have for the external 2389 7, 4, 1722| cause ceases, all these measures must be revoked; they also 2390 4, 3, 1251| 1251 Abstinence from eating meat or some other food according 2391 Intr | 248)~MD Pius PP. XII, Enc. Mediator Dei, 20 nov. 1947 (AAS 39 [ 2392 6, 1, 1311| sanctions in the Church:~1/ medicinal penalties, or censures, 2393 4, 1, 919| except for only water and medicine.~§2. A priest who celebrates 2394 2, 3, 652| salvation and to read and meditate on the sacred scriptures; 2395 4, 1, 942| community more profoundly meditates on and adores the eucharistic 2396 4, 1, 897| eucharistic sacrifice, the memorial of the death and resurrection 2397 Intr | accommodate them to a new mentality and new needs even if the 2398 7, 1, 1412| issue unless it concerns the mere execution of the legacy, 2399 2, 3, 582| Can. 582 Mergers and unions of institutes 2400 7, 2, 1648| judge must pronounce on the merits of the case.~ ~ 2401 Intr | carry on their work in a methodical fashion, it was necessary 2402 5, 0, 1285| of workers are to observe meticulously also the civil laws concerning 2403 Intr | AAS 39 [1947] 521-600)~MF Paulus PP. VI, Enc. Mysterium 2404 Intr | AAS 57 [1965] 753-774)~MG Paulus PP. VI, All. Magno 2405 1, 0, 202| continuous hours and begins at midnight unless other provision is 2406 7, 2, 1548| civil officials, physicians, midwives, advocates, notaries, and 2407 Intr | AAS 450 [1948] 283-286)~PL Migne, Patrologia latina~PM Paulus 2408 2, 2, 568| of their lives, such as migrants, exiles, refugees, nomads, 2409 Intr | these considerations of mine to all as I promulgate this 2410 Intr | datae~MQ Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ministeria quaedam, 15 aug. 1972 (AAS 2411 6, 1, 1330| forbidden:~1/ to have any ministerial participation in celebrating 2412 Intr | Directorium de pastorali ministerio Episcoporum, 22 feb. 1973~ 2413 Intr | promovendis ad Episcopale ministerium in Ecclesia Latina, 25 mar. 2414 1, 0, 105| for some other reason than minority has been placed legitimately 2415 Intr | mar. 1970~IM Decr. Inter mirifica, 4 dec. 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 2416 Intr | IGMR Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani, 26 mar. 1970~IM 2417 Intr | Mysterii Eucharistici extra Missam, 1973~circ. Circulares~CI 2418 2, 2, 358| function as his special envoy (missus specialis) has competence 2419 6, 1, 1326| precept which exempt from, mitigate, or increase a penalty established 2420 6, 1, 1326| establish other exempting, mitigating, or aggravating circumstances 2421 Intr | PP. VI, m.p. Matrimonia mixta, 31 mar. 1970 (AAS 62 [1970] 2422 Intr | AAS 56 [1964] 565-571)~MM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Matrimonia 2423 5, 0, 1266| offerings burdened by a modal obligation or condition, 2424 Intr | original text; rather the modern method of codification was 2425 1, 0, 53| the decree later in time modifies the earlier to the extent 2426 7, 5, 1739| superior, to emend, replace, or modify it.~ ~ ~ 2427 Intr | private initiative of the monk Gratian. This concordance 2428 2, 3, 613| of canons regular or of monks under the governance and 2429 4, 1, 941| expositions with the pyx or the monstrance; the norms prescribed in 2430 4, 1, 844| whom it is physically or morally impossible to approach a 2431 5, 0, 1283| interest due on a loan or mortgage and take care that the capital 2432 Intr | Declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, ed. 33, 1965~DSD Pius PP. 2433 3, 0, 762| right to require from the mouth of priests.~ 2434 3, 0, 755| Catholics the ecumenical movement whose purpose is the restoration 2435 Intr | Ap. Motu proprio datae~MQ Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ministeria 2436 | MR 2437 Intr | AAS 70 [1978] 473-506)~MS SCDF Instr. Matrimonii sacramentum, 2438 Intr | brought it to completion (cf. Mt. 5:17) such that in a new 2439 Intr | VI, m.p. De Episcoporum muneribus, 15 iun. 1966 (AAS 58 [1966] 2440 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Pastorale Munus, 30 nov. 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 2441 4, 1, 1041| either;~5/ a person who has mutilated himself or another gravely 2442 6, 2, 1396| or who kidnaps, detains, mutilates, or gravely wounds a person 2443 Intr | MR SCRIS et SCE, Normae Mutuae Relationes, 14 maii 1978 ( 2444 Intr | Sacra Communione et de Cultu Mysterii Eucharistici extra Missam, 2445 2, 3, 604| approved liturgical rite, are mystically betrothed to Christ, the 2446 Intr | sententiae~MC Pius PP. XII, Enc. Mystici Corporis, 29 iun. 1943 ( 2447 2, 1, 249| are carefully taught their native language but also understand 2448 3, 0, 784| can be chosen from among natives or non-natives, whether 2449 4, 3, 1246| must also be observed: the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, 2450 Intr | these considerations it is naturally to be hoped that the new 2451 2, 2, 533| obliged to reside in a rectory near the church. Nevertheless, 2452 4, 3, 1234| display in the shrines or nearby places and guarded securely.~ 2453 4, 1, 859| be conferred in another nearer church or oratory, or even 2454 4, 1, 1146| the other party responded negatively to the interrogation or 2455 7, 2, 1653| another.~§2. If he refuses or neglects to do this, the execution 2456 Intr | omnia sibi vindicat iura. Nemini liceat, sine venia Sanctae 2457 3, 0, 789| Can. 789 Neophytes are to be formed through 2458 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 235-239)~nep LG nota explicativa praevia~ 2459 3, 0, 831| not to write anything for newspapers, magazines, or periodicals 2460 Intr | Conference of Catholic Bishops.~Nihil obstat Most Rev. Anthony 2461 | nine 2462 1, 0, 39| particles if (si), unless (nisi), or provided that (dummodo).~ 2463 4, 2, 1177| who governs it and after no-tification of the proper pastor of 2464 2, 2, 568| migrants, exiles, refugees, nomads, sailors.~ 2465 4, 1, 844| anointing of the sick from non-~Catholic ministers in whose 2466 1, 0, 177| month from notifcation of non-acceptance.~ 2467 2, 2, 364| ecclesial communities, and even non-Christian religions;~7/ in associated 2468 1, 0, 115| statutes; otherwise it is non-collegial.~§3. An aggregate of things ( 2469 4, 1, 1142| Roman Pontiff can dissolve a non-consummated marriage between baptized 2470 3, 0, 820| universities and faculties, even non-ecclesiastical ones, by which they work 2471 5, 0, 1300| testaments are to be considered non-existent.~ 2472 3, 0, 784| chosen from among natives or non-natives, whether secular clerics, 2473 5, 0, 1283| comes to the Church from the non-observance of civil laws;~4/ collect 2474 2, 2, 570| Can. 570 If a non-parochial church is connected to the 2475 7, 1, 1426| cleric or lay person or a non-religious juridic person, the diocesan 2476 4, 1, 1082| impediment granted in the non-sacramental internal forum is to be 2477 2, 2, 377| from both the secular and non-secular clergy and from laity outstanding 2478 1, 0, 82| others does not cease through non-use or contrary use. If it is 2479 Intr | celebrandae recognitus et auctus nonnullis additamentis perficitur, 2480 1 | GENERAL NORMS LIBER I. DE NORMIS GENERALIBUS~ 2481 Intr | XII, m.p. Sollicitudinem nostram, 6 ian. 1950 (AAS 42 [1950] 2482 1, 0, 81| pleasure (ad beneplacitum nostrum), or some other equivalent 2483 Intr | 58 [1966] 235-239)~nep LG nota explicativa praevia~Notif. 2484 2, 2, 515| erect, suppress, nor alter notably parishes, unless he has 2485 Intr | Curae, 7 dec. 1972~PA SCpC Notae directivae Postquam Apostoli, 2486 2, 2, 535| of change of rite. These notations are always to be noted on 2487 Intr | nota explicativa praevia~Notif. Notificatio~NPEM CPEN Normae 2488 1, 0, 177| election within a month from notifcation of non-acceptance.~ 2489 Intr | explicativa praevia~Notif. Notificatio~NPEM CPEN Normae de promovendis 2490 4, 0, 836| which gives birth to and nourishes the faith.~ 2491 2, 1, 252| divine revelation, gain nourishment for their own spiritual 2492 2, 1, 279| They are to avoid profane novelties and pseudo-science.~§2. 2493 Intr | praevia~Notif. Notificatio~NPEM CPEN Normae de promovendis 2494 Intr | AAS 64 [1972] 386-391)~NSRR Pius PP. XI, Normae Sacrae 2495 Intr | AAS 26 [1934] 449-491)~NSSA Normae speciales in Supremo 2496 4, 1, 1077| of the Church can add a nullifying clause to a prohibition.~ 2497 7, 2, 1619| sentence itself sanates the nullities of acts established by positive 2498 Intr | VI, Adh. Ap. Evangelii nuntiandi, 8 dec. 1975 (AAS 68 [1976] 2499 2, 2, 530| assistance at marriages and the nuptial blessing;~5/ the performance 2500 3, 0, 795| children and youth are to be nurtured in such a way that they


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