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     Book,  Part, Can.
2501 2, 3, 601| the following of Christ obedient unto death, requires the 2502 6, 1, 1356| faculty and the obligation of obeying his mandates; in the meantime 2503 7, 2, 1576| Experts are excluded or can be objected to for the same reasons 2504 Intr | removed.~7. In order that such objectives may be appropriately implemented, 2505 Intr | servandae, 23 mar. 1968~OBP Ordo Baptismi parvulorum, 2506 1, 0, 63| given motu proprio.~§2. Obreption, or a statement of falsehood, 2507 1, 0, 17| meaning remains doubtful and obscure, recourse must be made to 2508 2, 3, 603| or other sacred bond, and observes a proper program of living 2509 Intr | certainty along with the obsolescence of and lacunae in many laws 2510 Intr | Catholic Bishops.~Nihil obstat Most Rev. Anthony M. Pilla, 2511 Intr | parvulorum, 10 iun 1969~OC Ordo Confirmationis, 22 2512 2, 3, 652| consequently novices are not to be occupied with studies and functions 2513 6, 1, 1322| physical force or a chance occurrence which the person could not 2514 Intr | Confirmationis, 22 aug. 1971~OChr SCpC Litt. circ. Omnes christifideles, 2515 Intr | christifideles, 25 ian. 1973~OCM Ordo Celebrandi Matrimonium, 2516 Intr | Matrimonium, 19 mar. 1969~ODE Ordo Dedicationis Ecclesiae 2517 Intr | et Altaris, 29 maii 1977~OE Decr. Orientalium Ecclesiarum, 2518 Intr | 343)~IOe SRC Instr. Inter Oecumenici, 26 sept. 1964 (AAS 56 [ 2519 Intr | 946)~DO SCUF Directorium Oecumenicum, I: 14 maii 1967 (AAS 59 [ 2520 Intr | 1964 (AAS 57 [1965] 76-89)~OEx Ordo Exequiarum, 15 aug. 2521 Intr | exercise of the threefold of-fice entrusted to the Church 2522 Intr | as cardinal members or as of-ficials, consultors and collaborators 2523 2, 3, 682| can be removed from the of-Fie entrusted to him or her 2524 7, 1, 1419| appoint a judicial vicar, or offcialis, with ordinary power to 2525 6, 1, 1325| penalty continues so to offend that from the circumstances 2526 6, 1, 1310| and proper right to coerce offending members of the Christian 2527 Intr | only for the most serious offenses.~10. Finally, as is admitted 2528 6, 1, 1343| evils will result from an offerly hasty punishment of the 2529 1, 0, 190| transfer is made when the officeholder is unwilling, a grave cause 2530 Intr | Apostolicae Sedis, Commentarium officiale~Adh. Adhortatio~AG Decr. 2531 Intr | Sacra Congregatio Sancti Officii (usque ad 7-xii-1965)~SCSSU 2532 1, 0, 187| resign from an ecclesiastical ofWce for a just cause.~ 2533 Intr | Exequiarum, 15 aug. 1969~OICA Ordo Initiationis Christianae 2534 4, 1, 847| must use oils pressed from olives or other plants and, without 2535 6, 2, 1388| the gravity of the act or omission, not excluding privation 2536 6, 1, 1327| otherwise.~§2. If the acts or omissions are by their nature conducive 2537 6, 2, 1388| illegitimately places or omits an act of ecclesiastical 2538 Intr | 1971~OChr SCpC Litt. circ. Omnes christifideles, 25 ian. 2539 Intr | INTRODUCTION~SANCTA SEDES~omnia sibi vindicat iura. Nemini 2540 Intr | PP. VI, m.p. Sollicitudo omnium Ecclesiarum, 24 iun. 1969 ( 2541 1, 0, 166| election.~§3. If more than one-third of the electors were overlooked, 2542 Intr | the law to respond to the ongoing need of appropriately adapting 2543 Intr | Christianae Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP Ordo Paenitentiae, 2 dec. 2544 4, 1, 938| immovable, made of solid and opaque material, and locked in 2545 1, 0, 94| government, and methods of operation.~§2. The statutes of an 2546 3, 0, 755| to the various needs and opportunities of the circumstances; they 2547 7, 5, 1750| the reasons which favor or oppose the transfer with two pastors 2548 7, 5, 1745| Can. 1745 If the pastor opposes the cause given and its 2549 2, 1, 268| neither of them has expressed opposition in writing to him within 2550 Intr | 1971] 702-704)~OT Decr. Optatam totius, 28 oct. 1965 (AAS 2551 Intr | Paenitentiae, 2 dec. 1973~Ord. Ordinarius~OS (1966) Sec. 2552 6, 2, 1382| prescript of can. 1015, ordains without legitimate dimissorial 2553 Intr | Paenitentiae, 2 dec. 1973~Ord. Ordinarius~OS (1966) Sec. Ordo Synodi 2554 4, 1, 1053| documents of individual ordinations are to be preserved carefully.~§ 2555 Intr | m.p. Sacrum diaconatus ordinem, 18 iun. 1967 (AAS 59 [1967] 2556 1, 0, 95| 95 §1. Rules of order (ordines) are rules or norms, which 2557 Intr | PO Decr. Presbyterorum Ordinis, 7 dec. 1965 (AAS 58 [1966] 2558 Intr | Congregatio pro Ecclesia Orientali (usque ad 31-xii-1967) / 2559 Intr | xii-1967) / pro Ecclesiis~Orientalibus (a 1-i-1968)~SCGE Sacra 2560 Intr | Altaris, 29 maii 1977~OE Decr. Orientalium Ecclesiarum, 21 nov. 1964 ( 2561 7, 2, 1544| a trial unless they are originals or authentic copies and 2562 7, 1, 1410| concerns obligations which originate from another title, a party 2563 7, 1, 1410| where the obligation either originated or must be fulfilled.~ 2564 2, 2, 350| his title the Diocese of Ostia together with the other 2565 Intr | AAS 63 [1971] 702-704)~OT Decr. Optatam totius, 28 2566 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 713-727)~OUI Ordo Unctionis infirmorum 2567 Intr | the primary pattern whose outline the Code ought to express 2568 Intr | brought to completion in an outstandingly collegial spirit. This applies 2569 5, 0, 1286| faithful concerning the goods oVered by the faithful to the Church.~ 2570 7, 1, 1465| such an extension does not overly prolong the litigation.~ 2571 1, 0, 127| without a reason which is overriding in the superior’s judgment.~§ 2572 Intr | Pontiff, who continued to oversee the whole enterprise from 2573 1, 0, 166| same person and when the oversight and absence have been proved, 2574 2, 1, 209| fulfill the duties which they owe to the universal Church 2575 7, 2, 1649| the recovery of damages owed by a person who not only 2576 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 991-1024)~p. / pp. Pagella / pagellae~ 2577 Intr | Pastoralis Curae, 7 dec. 1972~PA SCpC Notae directivae Postquam 2578 Intr | Commissio a Iustitia et Pace~CIV Pontificia Commissio 2579 Intr | AAS 72 [1980] 343-364)~Paen. Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. 2580 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. Paenitemini, 17 feb. 1966 (AAS 58 [1966] 2581 Intr | Adultorum, 1 iun. 1974~OP Ordo Paenitentiae, 2 dec. 1973~Ord. Ordinarius~ 2582 Intr | 1969] 473-484)~SPA Sacra Paenitentiaria Apostolica~SpC Pius PP. 2583 Intr | 1966] 991-1024)~p. / pp. Pagella / pagellae~PR Pontificale 2584 Intr | 1024)~p. / pp. Pagella / pagellae~PR Pontificale Romanum~Prae. 2585 7, 1, 1472| writing.~§2. The individual pages of the acts are to be numbered 2586 6, 1, 1335| prohibitions are never under pain of nullity;~4/ a penal transfer 2587 Intr | Secretariat of the Commission took pains carefully to organize and 2588 Intr | 1983, from the Vatican Palace, the fifth year of my pontificate.~ 2589 1, 0, 17| recourse must be made to parallel places, if there are such, 2590 7, 5, 1741| upright and responsible parishioners or an aversion to the pastor 2591 2, 3, 626| abstain from any abuse or partiality, and are to appoint or elect 2592 4, 1, 917| celebration in which the person participates, without prejudice to the 2593 1, 0, 39| they are expressed by the particles if (si), unless (nisi), 2594 Intr | 58 [1966] 177-185)~part. Particularis~PC Decr. Perfectae caritatis, 2595 Intr | 1968~OBP Ordo Baptismi parvulorum, 10 iun 1969~OC Ordo Confirmationis, 2596 Intr | AP Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Ad pascendum, 15 aug. 1972 (AAS 64 [1972] 2597 Intr | latina~PM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Pastorale Munus, 30 nov. 1963 (AAS 2598 Intr | DPME SCE Directorium de pastorali ministerio Episcoporum, 2599 Intr | EP SCDF Decr. Ecclesiae Pastorum, 19 mar. 1975 (AAS 67 [1975] 2600 7, 5, 1750| however, he is to repeat the paternal exhortations to the pastor.~ 2601 7, 5, 1742| removal must take place, he paternally is to persuade the pastor 2602 4, 1, 877| two witnesses proves his paternity; in other cases, the name 2603 4, 1, 879| baptized continuing on the path of Christian initiation, 2604 2, 3, 619| faint of heart, and to be patient toward all.~ 2605 2, 2, 438| Can. 438 The titles of patriarch and primate entail no power 2606 2, 2, 350| cardinals have their own patriarchal see as a title.~§4. The 2607 Intr | 1948] 283-286)~PL Migne, Patrologia latina~PM Paulus PP. VI, 2608 Intr | her spouse St. Joseph, Patron of the Church, and Saints 2609 2, 2, 357| churches by counsel and patronage after they have taken possession 2610 Intr | this image as the primary pattern whose outline the Code ought 2611 7, 2, 1650| warrants, for provisions or payments ordered for necessary support; 2612 Intr | 185)~part. Particularis~PC Decr. Perfectae caritatis, 2613 Intr | AAS 58 [1966] 702-712)~PCCICOR Pontificia Commissio Codici 2614 Intr | Orientalis Recognoscendo~PCCICR Pontificia Commissio Codici 2615 4, 1, 1146| at first persevered in peaceful cohabitation without aVront 2616 3, 0, 810| besides their scientific and pedagogical qualifications are outstanding 2617 2, 1, 252| students are to learn to penetrate more intimately the mysteries 2618 6, 1, 1332| receiving benefits, a stipend, pensions, or any other such thing 2619 1, 0, 100| quasi-domicile; a traveler (peregrinus) if the person is outside 2620 2, 1, 251| must be grounded in the perennially valid philosophical heritage 2621 Intr | part. Particularis~PC Decr. Perfectae caritatis, 28 oct. 1965 ( 2622 2, 1, 251| taught in such a way that it perfects the human development of 2623 Intr | auctus nonnullis additamentis perficitur, 20 aug. 1971 (AAS 63 [1971] 2624 5, 0, 1302| of celebrating Masses and performing other specified ecclesiastical 2625 3, 0, 831| newspapers, magazines, or periodicals which are accustomed to 2626 2, 3, 648| can establish one or more periods of apostolic exercises to 2627 6, 2, 1367| 1368 A person who commits perjury while asserting or promising 2628 7, 2, 1528| judge to testify, it is permissible to hear them through a lay 2629 2, 3, 667| consent of the superior, of permitting others to be admitted to 2630 4, 1, 1098| marriage deceived by malice, perpetrated to obtain consent, concerning 2631 4, 1, 897| sacrifice of the cross is perpetuated through the ages is the 2632 7, 2, 1621| proposed by way of exception in perpetuity and also by way of action 2633 4, 1, 1149| by reason of captivity or persecution can contract another marriage 2634 4, 1, 1146| interrogated or not, at first persevered in peaceful cohabitation 2635 4, 1, 915| penalty and others obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin are 2636 4, 1, 1107| consent given is presumed to persist until its revocation is 2637 Intr | discuss issues which directly pertained to several groups and had 2638 7, 2, 1564| any kind of offense, and pertinent to the case being tried.~ 2639 Intr | Furthermore, since it is fully pervaded by charity, equity, humanity 2640 7, 2, 1637| are several respondents or petitioners and the sentence is challenged 2641 Intr | Iuris Canonici Recognoscendo~PF Pius PP. XII, m.p. Primo 2642 Intr | whole Church in the last phase of the revision process, 2643 Intr | also took part in all these phases of the work, specialists 2644 2, 2, 487| authentic written copy or photocopy of documents which by their 2645 4, 1, 978| is equally a judge and a physician and has been established 2646 7, 2, 1548| ministry; civil officials, physicians, midwives, advocates, notaries, 2647 Intr | constituted “an immense pile of laws piled on top of 2648 Intr | an immense pile of laws piled on top of other laws.” The 2649 4, 3, 1233| circumstances, the large number of pilgrims, and especially the good 2650 Intr | obstat Most Rev. Anthony M. Pilla, President~National Conference 2651 Intr | occurred at the time of the Pio-~Benedictine Code; but rather 2652 Intr | AAS 450 [1948] 283-286)~PL Migne, Patrologia latina~ 2653 Intr | Fathers unanimously responded placet (affirmatively) to the following 2654 4, 1, 847| pressed from olives or other plants and, without prejudice to 2655 7, 2, 1569| during the deposition must be played, giving the witness the 2656 1, 0, 81| the clause, at our good pleasure (ad beneplacitum nostrum), 2657 Intr | Religious in the Church (Plenaria of SCRIS) 20 aug.1980~l.s. 2658 6, 2, 1373| joins an association which plots against the Church is to 2659 Intr | Migne, Patrologia latina~PM Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Pastorale 2660 Intr | 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 5-12)~PME Pius PP. XII, Const. Ap. 2661 Intr | AAS 39 [1947]~114-124)~PO Decr. Presbyterorum Ordinis, 2662 Intr | day, it must be clearly pointed out that this work was brought 2663 5, 0, 1283| damaged, taking out insurance policies for this purpose insofar 2664 5, 0, 1285| concerning labor and social policy, according to the principles 2665 Intr | of the text was further polished, it was printed and given 2666 Intr | as well as to a certain polishing of the text regarding its 2667 Intr | pp. Pagella / pagellae~PR Pontificale Romanum~Prae. Praenotanda~ 2668 Intr | out, especially during the pontificates of Paul VI and John Paul 2669 Intr | celebrandae promulgatur a Summo Pontifice approbatus, 8 dec. 1966 ( 2670 Intr | PP. VI, Const. Ap. Romano Pontifici eligendo, 1 oct. 1975 (AAS 2671 Intr | Authentice Interpretandos~CICS Pontificium Consilium Instrumentis Communicationis 2672 5, 0, 1273| dioceses can also assist the poorer ones.~§4. According to different 2673 2 | PEOPLE OF GOD LIBER II. DE POPULO DEI~ 2674 Intr | generally speaking the portions of the people of God to 2675 4, 1, 979| Can. 979 In posing questions, the priest is 2676 6, 1, 1325| dignity or who has abused a position of authority or office in 2677 4, 1, 1041| abortion and all those who positively cooperated in either;~5/ 2678 7, 1, 1500| the nature and force of a possessory action.~ 2679 7, 2, 1509| made through the public postal services or by some other 2680 Intr | PA SCpC Notae directivae Postquam Apostoli, 25 mar. 1980 ( 2681 1, 0, 182| the right of electing or postulating for that occasion unless 2682 Intr | in carrying out this task poured out the treasures of their 2683 4, 1, 854| either by immersion or by pouring; the prescripts of the conference 2684 Intr | pp. Pagella / pagellae~PR Pontificale Romanum~Prae. 2685 4, 1, 1072| according to the accepted practices of the region.~ 2686 Intr | pagellae~PR Pontificale Romanum~Prae. Praenotanda~Principia SE 2687 Intr | D.B., titular bishop of Praecausa and coadjutor bishop of 2688 Intr | Pontificale Romanum~Prae. Praenotanda~Principia SE Normae, Principia 2689 Intr | Communicationis Socialis Praepositum~CIP Pontificia Commissio 2690 Intr | nep LG nota explicativa praevia~Notif. Notificatio~NPEM 2691 2, 1, 298| ecclesiastical authority has erected, praised, or commended.~ 2692 6, 1, 1343| offender who has lived a praiseworthy life and if the need to 2693 2, 3, 577| closely follow Christ who prays, or announces the kingdom 2694 1, 0, 21| doubt, the revocation of a pre-existing law is not presumed, but 2695 3, 0, 788| When the period of the precatechumenate has been completed, those 2696 6, 1, 1343| 1344 Even if the law uses preceptive words, the judge can, according 2697 7, 2, 1563| or her knowledge and the precise time when the witness learned 2698 Intr | characterized by simplicity, precision, elegance and true legal 2699 Intr | Arbitrariness in acting can be precluded. Abuses which perhaps have 2700 2, 1, 279| scripture, handed on by their predecessors, and commonly accepted by 2701 3, 0, 767| to a priest or deacon, is preeminent; in the homily the mysteries 2702 Intr | pontificate.~John Paul II~ ~PREFACE TO THE LATIN EDITION~From 2703 2, 2, 495| apostolic vicariates and prefectures, the vicar or prefect is 2704 2, 2, 396| to choose the clerics he prefers as companions and assistants 2705 7, 2, 1624| complaint of nullity is prejudiced and therefore considers 2706 2, 2, 540| permitted to do anything which prejudices the rights of the pastor 2707 7, 4 | CHAPTER I.~The Preliminary Investigation~ 2708 Intr | the Commission upon the premature death of Cardinal Felici.~ 2709 2, 2, 493| Church, the Finance council prepares each year, according to 2710 2, 2, 438| Latin Church apart from a prerogative of honor unless in some 2711 Intr | 361)~PS SCpC Litt. circ. Presbyteri sacra, 11 apr. 1970 (AAS 2712 Intr | 1947]~114-124)~PO Decr. Presbyterorum Ordinis, 7 dec. 1965 (AAS 2713 1, 0, 57| recourse unless the law prescribes some other time period.~§ 2714 7, 2, 1503| petitioner is impeded from presenting a libellus or the case is 2715 1, 0, 5| Universal or particular customs presently in force which are contrary 2716 Intr | of the Commission to the presidents of the conferences of bishops 2717 3, 0, 761| public declarations in the press or in other instruments 2718 4, 1, 847| the minister must use oils pressed from olives or other plants 2719 6, 1, 1343| to repair scandal is not pressing, but in such a way that 2720 2, 1, 212| knowledge, competence, and prestige which they possess, they 2721 1, 0, 48| decisions or provisions do not presuppose a petition made by someone.~ 2722 6, 2, 1386| the occasion, or under the pretext of confession solicits a 2723 1, 0, 26| immemorial custom, however, can prevail against a canonical law 2724 2, 2, 507| statutes, after the practice prevailing in the region has been taken 2725 5, 0, 1293| must not be alienated for a price less than that indicated 2726 4, 1, 914| Can. 914 It is primarily the duty of parents and 2727 Intr | therefore is invested with a primatial character. But I am also 2728 Intr | EDITION~From the time of the primitive Church it has been customary 2729 Intr | Recognoscendo~PF Pius PP. XII, m.p. Primo feliciter, 12 mar. 1948 ( 2730 4, 3, 1246| universal Church as the primordial holy day of obligation. 2731 7, 2, 1602| to be sufficient.~§2. To print the defense briefs along 2732 Intr | san 237-6296~1999 First Printing~The Canon Law Society of 2733 2, 2, 350| Supreme Pontiff and with priority of order and promotion observed, 2734 2, 2, 566| death.~§2. In hospitals, prisons, and on sea journeys, a 2735 2, 1, 220| to protect his or her own privacy.~ 2736 Intr | Communicationes 1~[1969] 77-86)~PrM SCDS Instr. Provida Mater, 2737 7, 2, 1650| sees that the challenge is probably well founded and irreparable 2738 7, 2, 1596| the case has reached the probatory period.~ 2739 3, 0, 810| integrity of doctrine and probity of life and that they are 2740 2, 2, 555| circumstances or are beset by problems.~§3. The vicar forane is 2741 2, 3, 633| to be observed and their procedures are to conform to the character 2742 7, 2, 1578| what manner and method they proceeded in fulfilling the function 2743 4, 1, 944| of the diocesan bishop, a procession through the public streets 2744 3, 0, 749| sisters in the faith, he proclaims by definitive act that a 2745 2, 3, 626| elections they are to avoid any procurement of votes, either directly 2746 6, 2, 1397| Can. 1398 A person who procures a completed abortion incurs 2747 5, 0, 1270| bishops are to assist in procuring those means which the Apostolic 2748 7, 2, 1546| judge can decree that it be produced.~ 2749 7, 2, 1599| everything pertaining to the production of proofs has been completed, 2750 2, 3, 600| spirit and is to be led productively in moderation and foreign 2751 4, 1, 938| a way that the danger of profanation is avoided as much as possible.~§ 2752 6, 2, 1375| Can. 1376 A person who profanes a movable or immovable sacred 2753 2, 3, 603| life if he or she publicly professes in the hands of the diocesan 2754 2, 2, 512| diocese, social conditions and professions, and the role which they 2755 3, 0, 820| 820 The moderators and professors of ecclesiastical universities 2756 2, 3, 639| brought against one who has profited from the contract entered 2757 7, 2, 1515| person must also return the profits made from the day of the 2758 3, 0, 807| which contribute to a more profound human culture, the fuller 2759 4, 1, 942| the local community more profoundly meditates on and adores 2760 Intr | a few decades as well as progressive internal factors within 2761 Intr | in the expediting of the project. On February 24, 1965 the 2762 6, 2, 1367| perjury while asserting or promising something before ecclesiastical 2763 Intr | Notificatio~NPEM CPEN Normae de promovendis ad Episcopale ministerium 2764 Intr | complex work.~Therefore, in promulgating the Code today, I am fully 2765 Intr | Episcoporum celebrandae promulgatur a Summo Pontifice approbatus, 2766 4, 1, 998| anointing them with oil and pronouncing the words prescribed in 2767 Intr | SCPF Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~ 2768 Intr | heritage of the law and the prophets which was gradually formed 2769 2, 3, 729| dismissal provided that they are proportionately grave, external, imputable, 2770 3, 0, 749| agree that a particular proposition is to be held definitively.~§ 2771 3, 0, 750| therefore, one who rejects those propositions which are to be held definitively 2772 Intr | Gentium Evangelizatione seu de Propraganda Fide (a 1-i-1968)~SCh Ioannes 2773 Intr | beginning with the present propresident of the commission, our venerable 2774 4, 1, 1093| The impediment of public propriety arises from an invalid marriage 2775 3, 0, 754| propose doctrine and to proscribe erroneous opinions, particularly 2776 7, 1, 1416| this reason, the judge can prosecute a trial even to the definitive 2777 2, 3, 663| of God, the example and protector of all consecrated life, 2778 2, 2, 333| primacy strengthens and protects the proper, ordinary, and 2779 1, 0, 131| vicarious.~§3. The burden of proving delegation rests on the 2780 7, 2, 1650| the request of a party a provisional execution of a sentence 2781 2, 2, 355| hands it offer to their proxies.~ 2782 6, 1, 1338| warn a person who is in the proximate occasion of committing a 2783 Intr | AAS 28 [1936] 313-361)~PS SCpC Litt. circ. Presbyteri 2784 2, 1, 279| avoid profane novelties and pseudo-science.~§2. According to the prescripts 2785 4, 1, 1096| ignorance is not presumed after puberty.~ 2786 Intr | Constitutio~CPEN Consilium a Publicis Ecclesiae Negotiis (a 1- 2787 6, 1 | IV.~PENALTIES AND OTHER PUNISHMENTS (Cann. 1331 - 1340)~ 2788 7, 5, 1743| submit a resignation not only purely and simply but also conditionally, 2789 Intr | Principia SE Normae, Principia quae Codicis Iuris Canonici recognitionem 2790 Intr | PP. VI, m.p. Ministeria quaedam, 15 aug. 1972 (AAS 64 [1972] 2791 4, 1, 1057| manifested between persons quali-fied by law, makes marriage; 2792 2, 2, 418| has been transferred (ad quam) and take canonical possession 2793 4, 1, 939| 939 Consecrated hosts in a quantity sufficient for the needs 2794 1, 0, 100| does not have a domicile or quasi- domicile anywhere.~ 2795 2, 2, 516| be erected as parishes or quasi-parishes, the diocesan bishop is 2796 4, 1, 1115| parties has a domicile, quasidomicile, or month long residence 2797 1, 0, 203| established, the final day (ad quem) is computed in the total 2798 1, 0, 203| 203 §1. The initial day (a quo) is not computed in the 2799 Intr | holders, except for brief quotations in critical reviews and 2800 4, 1, 1162| 1. A marriage cannot be radically sanated if consent is lacking 2801 2, 2, 344| sessions are to be held;~2/ radios the election of members 2802 7, 2, 1649| entered into the litigation rashly;~5/ the deposit of money 2803 2, 2, 343| power, in which case he ratifies the decisions of the synod.~ 2804 Intr | 1967] 885-928)~RFS SCIC Ratio fundamentalis institutionis 2805 7, 3, 1681| for a dispensation super rato and then transmit the acts 2806 Intr | AAS 62 [1970] 459-465)~RC SCRIS Instr. Renovationis 2807 3, 0, 794| so that they are able to reach the fullness of the Christian 2808 Intr | its attached powers is a reality of divine law. In virtue 2809 2, 1, 254| science. For this to be realized more suitably, there is 2810 5, 0, 1278| the same persons can be reappointed by the ordinary.~ 2811 2, 1, 208| Can. 208 From their rebirth in Christ, there exists 2812 4, 1, 849| are freed from sin, are reborn as children of God, and, 2813 Intr | Definitionum et Declarationum de rebus fidei et morum, ed. 33, 2814 4, 2, 1173| speaking to his people and recalling the mystery of salvation, 2815 | recent 2816 Intr | quae Codicis Iuris Canonici recognitionem dirigant (Communicationes 2817 2, 3, 735| a way that the members, recognizing their divine vocation, are 2818 Intr | apostolic factors seem to recommend personal jurisdictional 2819 4, 2, 1176| 3. The Church earnestly recommends that the pious custom of 2820 4, 1, 951| while allowing for some recompense by reason of an extrinsic 2821 7, 3, 1695| to use pastoral means to reconcile the spouses and persuade 2822 2, 2, 382| presbyter among those present recording the event.~§4. It is strongly 2823 2, 3, 706| goods through profession, recovers the use, revenue, and administration 2824 2, 3, 581| join those erected, or to redefine their boundaries belongs 2825 Intr | Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Enc. Redemptor hominis, 4 mar. 1979 (AAS 2826 Intr | Titulus~UR Decr. Unitatis redintegratio, 21 nov. 1964 (AAS 57 [1965] 2827 Intr | sententiae penalties are to be reduced to a few cases and are to 2828 Intr | Council, in particular with reference to the two constitutions, 2829 Intr | universities and faculties reflecting different schools and ways 2830 Intr | in its objective content reflects the collegial solicitude 2831 Intr | the time of the Catholic Reformation and those issued later by 2832 6, 1, 1343| penance if the offender has reformed and repaired the scandal 2833 Intr | and especially a matter of reforming the norms to accommodate 2834 2, 3, 697| dismissal unless the member reforms, with the cause for dismissal 2835 1, 0, 182| a just impediment or had refrained from sending it at the opportune 2836 4, 1, 914| sacramental confession, are refreshed with this divine food as 2837 2, 2, 529| those close to death, by refreshing them solicitously with the 2838 2, 2, 568| such as migrants, exiles, refugees, nomads, sailors.~ 2839 1, 0, 177| the election and does not regain any right by subsequent 2840 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. Regimini Ecclesiae Universae, 15 2841 2, 3, 613| religious house of canons regular or of monks under the governance 2842 Intr | relations of the faithful may be regulated according to justice based 2843 6, 1, 1336| clerics doing penance or being rehabilitated even from outside the diocese.~ 2844 7, 2, 1571| giving testimony must be reimbursed to them according to the 2845 6, 1, 1356| penitent, under the penalty of reincidence, the obligation of making 2846 4, 1, 987| disposed in such a way that, rejecting sins committed and having 2847 7, 2, 1612| 2. Next, it must briefly relate the facts together with 2848 7, 2, 1616| dispositive section or in relating the facts or the petitions 2849 Intr | which the Code presents in relation to the teaching of the Second 2850 Intr | SCRIS et SCE, Normae Mutuae Relationes, 14 maii 1978 (AAS 70 [1978] 2851 7, 1 | Art. 2.~AUDITORS AND RELATORS~ 2852 4, 3, 1238| or other sacred place is relegated to profane uses.~ 2853 7, 2, 1572| whether the witness is reliable and firmly consistent or 2854 4, 1, 998| glorified Lord in order that he relieve and save them, is conferred 2855 7, 2, 1536| confession of one party relieves the other parties from the 2856 2, 2, 364| and even non-Christian religions;~7/ in associated action 2857 5, 0, 1288| office, administrators cannot relinquish their function on their 2858 4, 1, 1042| he becomes free by having relinquished the office or administration 2859 5, 0, 1302| diocesan bishop, they must be remanded to the institute mentioned 2860 7, 3, 1688| the latter event the judge remands the case to the tribunal 2861 7, 2, 1622| suffers from the defect of remediable nullity only if:~1/ it was 2862 7, 3, 1689| sentence the parties are to be reminded of the moral and even civil 2863 6, 1, 1357| contumacy.~§2. The person who remits a censure can make provision 2864 7, 2, 1565| testimony must be given are so remote to memory that they cannot 2865 2, 2, 428| or through another, from removing or destroying any documents 2866 7, 2, 1525| trial; it also obliges the renouncing party to pay the expenses 2867 Intr | 459-465)~RC SCRIS Instr. Renovationis causam, 6 ian. 1969 (AAS 2868 5, 0, 1283| the capital debt itself is repaid in a timely manner;~6/ with 2869 2, 3, 644| burdened by debts, cannot repay them.~ 2870 Intr | on canonical legislation.~Repeatedly in allocutions, precepts 2871 2, 3, 690| readmit without the burden of repeating the novitiate one who had 2872 6, 2, 1393| suspension. If he does not repent after being warned and continues 2873 6, 1, 1346| An offender who has truly repented of the delict and has also 2874 4, 1, 1046| if they arise from the repetition of the same cause unless 2875 7, 5, 1739| the superior, to emend, replace, or modify it.~ ~ ~ 2876 7, 3, 1705| 3. If the Apostolic See replies that non-consummation has 2877 4, 1, 943| minister of exposition and reposition alone without benediction 2878 Intr | part of this book maybe reproduced in any manner without permission 2879 3, 0, 751| faith; apostasy is the total repudiation of the Christian faith; 2880 7, 1, 1446| this end, even by using reputable persons for mediation.~§ 2881 7, 2, 1548| their own testimony ill repute, dangerous hardships, or 2882 7, 5, 1739| declare it invalid but also to rescind or revoke it or, if it seems 2883 1, 0, 126| however, can give rise to a rescissory action according to the 2884 Intr | 61 [1969] 103-120)~Rescr. Rescriptum~Resol. Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~ 2885 2, 3, 731| Societies of apostolic life resemble institutes of consecrated 2886 Intr | to become ordinary with reservations to the supreme power of 2887 2, 1, 283| if clerics do not have a residential office, they nevertheless 2888 1, 0, 189| revoked, but the one who resigned can obtain the office by 2889 1, 0, 125| the person was not able to resist in any way, is considered 2890 Intr | 103-120)~Rescr. Rescriptum~Resol. Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~ 2891 Intr | Rescr. Rescriptum~Resol. Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~REU Paulus 2892 Intr | Rescriptum~Resol. Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~REU Paulus PP. 2893 1, 0, 121| acquired rights must be respected.~ 2894 7, 2, 1637| 2. If there are several respondents or petitioners and the sentence 2895 5, 0, 1261| support to the Church by responding to appeals and according 2896 7, 2, 1593| appears at the trial later or responds before a decision in the 2897 Intr | Rescriptum~Resol. Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~REU Paulus PP. VI, Const. 2898 2, 1, 212| their opinion known to the rest of the Christian faithful, 2899 2, 3, 619| the sick, to correct the restless, to console the faint of 2900 7, 1, 1496| person can obtain an order to restrain another from the exercise 2901 1, 0, 16| it is retroactive; if it restricts or extends the law, or if 2902 6, 1, 1327| other grave damage or danger resulted, however, the perpetrator, 2903 7, 2, 1645| the malice of one party resulting in harm to the other party;~ 2904 4, 1, 1070| notify the pastor about the results as soon as possible through 2905 7, 2, 1518| or an interested party resumes the litigation;~2/ if the 2906 4, 1, 897| memorial of the death and resurrection of the Lord, in which the 2907 6, 2, 1380| penalty.~§2. Illegitimate retention of a function after its 2908 4, 1, 982| person has first formally retracted the false denunciation and 2909 2, 1, 276| make time for spiritual retreats according to the prescripts 2910 7, 1, 1475| private persons must be returned; a copy of them, however, 2911 1, 0, 175| ceases and the right to vote returns to those authorizing the 2912 Intr | Resolutio~Resp. Responsum~REU Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. 2913 7, 2, 1668| 1. Unless the discussion reveals that something must be supplied 2914 Intr | eightieth birthday, Most Reverend Rosalio Castillo Lara, S. 2915 1, 0, 183| authority, the right of electing reverts to the college or group.~§ 2916 1, 0, 5| and are not permitted to revive in the future. Other contrary 2917 1, 0, 78| local privilege, however, revives if the place is restored 2918 Intr | called to their eternal reward. I pray to God for all of 2919 Intr | AAS 59 [1967] 885-928)~RFS SCIC Ratio fundamentalis 2920 Intr | AAS 62 [1970] 321-384)~RH Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Enc. 2921 5, 0, 1273| diocese and through which the richer dioceses can also assist 2922 2, 3, 721| maturity necessary to lead rightly the proper life of the institute.~ 2923 Intr | legislation itself.~Hence unduly rigid norms are to be set aside 2924 Intr | credentibus~SRC Sacra Congregatio Rituum (usque ad 8-v-1969)~SRR 2925 2, 2, 339| belongs to determine their roles in the council.~ 2926 Intr | usque ad 8-v-1969)~SRR Sacra Romana Rota~SRRD Sacrae Romanae 2927 Intr | Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani, 26 mar. 1970~IM Decr. Inter 2928 Intr | Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. Romano Pontifici eligendo, 1 oct. 2929 Intr | pagellae~PR Pontificale Romanum~Prae. Praenotanda~Principia 2930 7, 1, 1445| other recourses against rotal sentences;~2/ recourses 2931 2, 1, 204| priestly, prophetic, and royal function, they are called 2932 Intr | AAS 71 [1979] 257-324)~RPE Paulus PP. VI, Const. Ap. 2933 2, 1, 212| the faith or establish as rulers of the Church.~§2. The Christian 2934 Intr | AAS 67 [1975] 609-645)~SA Supremum Tribunal Signaturae 2935 6, 2, 1377| though not promoted to the sacerdotal order;~2/ apart from the 2936 Intr | fundamentalis institutionis sacerdotalis, 6 ian. 1970 (AAS 62 [1970] 2937 Intr | SCSCD Sacra Congregatio pro Sacramentis et Cultu Divino (a 11-vii-1975)~ 2938 Intr | Congregatio de Disciplina Sacramentorum (usque ad 11-vii-1975)~SCE 2939 Intr | MS SCDF Instr. Matrimonii sacramentum, 18 mar. 1966 (AAS 58 [1966] 2940 6, 2, 1366| takes or retains them for a sacrilegious purpose incurs a latae sententiae 2941 6, 2, 1364| sacred rites (communicatio in sacris) is to be punished with 2942 Intr | 1952] 542-546)~SC Const. Sacrosanctum Concilium, 4 dec. 1963 ( 2943 Intr | SDO Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Sacrum diaconatus ordinem, 18 iun. 2944 Intr | Religiosis et Institutis Saecularibus (a 1-i-1968)~SCSCD Sacra 2945 2, 3, 610| institute and with suitable safeguards for those things which are 2946 7, 1, 1496| unless the thing is placed in safekeeping, has the right to obtain 2947 5, 0, 1305| charter is to be preserved safely in the archive of the curia 2948 2, 2, 568| exiles, refugees, nomads, sailors.~ 2949 4, 1, 981| The confessor is to impose salutary and suitable penances in 2950 Intr | America~Washington, DC 20064~san 237-6296~1999 First Printing~ 2951 7, 2, 1619| persons, the sentence itself sanates the nullities of acts established 2952 Intr | INTRODUCTION~SANCTA SEDES~omnia sibi vindicat 2953 Intr | SCSO Sacra Congregatio Sancti Officii (usque ad 7-xii-1965)~ 2954 4 | IV. DE ECCLESIAE MUNERE SANCTIFICANDI~ 2955 1, 0, 96| unless a legitimately issued sanction stands in the way.~ 2956 6 | THE CHURCH LIBER VI. DE SANCTIONIBUS IN ECCLESIA~ 2957 Intr | 600)~CSan SCR Instr. Cum Sanctissimus, 19 mar. 1948 (AAS 40 [1948] 2958 Intr | Pius PP. XII, m.p. Cleri sanctitati, 2 iun. 1957 (AAS 49 [1957] 2959 6, 1, 1321| precept while seemingly sane.~ 2960 Intr | Paulus PP. II. Const. Ap. Sapientia christiana, 15 apr. 1979 ( 2961 Intr | PP. XII, Const. Ap. Sedes sapientiae, 31 maii 1956 (AAS 48 [1956] 2962 Intr | Tribunal Signaturae Apostolicae~SAr SCSO Instr. Sacrae artis, 2963 4, 1, 992| authoritatively the treasury of the satisfactions of Christ and the saints.~ 2964 4, 1, 998| order that he relieve and save them, is conferred by anointing 2965 7, 2, 1504| procurator lives or where they say they reside for the purpose 2966 Intr | AAS 44 [1952] 542-546)~SC Const. Sacrosanctum Concilium, 2967 Intr | 1963 (AAS 56 [1964] 97-138)~SCC Sacra Congregatio Concistorialis ( 2968 Intr | Concilii (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~SCCD Sacra Congregatio pro Cultu 2969 Intr | Concistorialis (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~SCConc Sacra Congregatio Concilii ( 2970 Intr | pro Episcopis (a 1-i-1968)~SCEO Sacra Congregatio pro Ecclesia 2971 Intr | Orientalibus (a 1-i-1968)~SCGE Sacra Congregatio pro Gentium 2972 Intr | Propraganda Fide (a 1-i-1968)~SCh Ioannes Paulus PP. II. Const. 2973 Intr | according to a predetermined schedule. With the relator leading 2974 6, 2, 1363| the faith, a heretic, or a schismatic incurs a latae sententiae 2975 4, 2, 1184| apostates, heretics, and schismatics;~2/ those who chose the 2976 Intr | PP. XI, Const. Ap. Deus scientiarum Dominus, 24 maii 1931 (AAS 2977 3, 0, 815| and to instruct students scientifically in the same disciplines, 2978 Intr | Institutione Catholica (a 1-i-1968)~SCNE Sacra Congregatio pro Negotiis 2979 Intr | Extraordinariis (usque ad 31-xii-1967)~SCong SCR Normae Sacra Congregatio, 2980 Intr | pro Clericis (a 1-i-1968)~SCPF Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda 2981 Intr | Officii (usque ad 7-xii-1965)~SCSSU Sacra Congregatio de Seminariis 2982 Intr | Christianorum Unitatem Fovendam~SDO Paulus PP. VI, m.p. Sacrum 2983 2, 2, 566| hospitals, prisons, and on sea journeys, a chaplain, moreover, 2984 2, 2, 535| pastor or his delegate and sealed with the parochial seal.~§ 2985 4, 1, 930| eucharistic sacrifice while seated, but not before the people 2986 Intr | Synodus Episcoporum~Sec Secretaria Status~SN Pius PP. XII, 2987 Intr | evident in light of its parts, sections, titles and rubrics. But 2988 2, 3, 712| bring about; the proper secularity of the institute, however, 2989 2, 3, 684| institute unless an indult of secularization has been obtained.~§3. For 2990 4, 1, 1054| ordinary if it concerns seculars, or the competent major 2991 2, 2, 486| properly filled and diligently secured.~§3. An inventory, or catalog, 2992 | seemed 2993 6, 1, 1321| violated a law or precept while seemingly sane.~ 2994 7, 2, 1610| relator to write the sentence, selecting the reasons from those the 2995 2, 2, 351| Pontiff has announced the selection of a person to the dignity 2996 2, 2, 351| The Roman Pontiff freely selects men to be promoted as cardinals, 2997 2, 3, 652| virtues; through prayer and self-denial they are to be introduced 2998 2, 3, 607| brings to perfection a total self-giving as a sacrifice offered to 2999 4, 2, 1190| absolutely forbidden to sell sacred relics.~§2. Relics 3000 2, 1, 282| from all things that have a semblance of vanity.~§2. They are


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