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Code of Canon Law

IntraText - Concordances
   Book,  Part, Can.
1 Intr | Holy See to reprint this code or to translate it into 2 Intr | this translation of the Code of Canon Law on this CD.~ ~ 3 Intr | promulgation of the revised Code of Canon Law. In so doing, 4 Intr | a decision to reform the Code was taken together with 5 Intr | connected with the reform of the Code; but the second, the council, 6 Intr | necessary to reform the existing Code, the answer can perhaps 7 Intr | perhaps be found in the Code itself which was promulgated 8 Intr | that the reform of the Code of Canon Law appeared to 9 Intr | when the revision of the Code was first announced the 10 Intr | Church.~Therefore the new Code which is promulgated today 11 Intr | initiated the revision of the Code, I must recognize that this 12 Intr | must recognize that this Code derives from one and the 13 Intr | the promulgation of the Code and also the manner in which 14 Intr | of developing the present Code; it corresponds perfectly 15 Intr | of its very origin, the Code manifests the spirit of 16 Intr | the preparation of the new Code so that by means of such 17 Intr | Therefore, in promulgating the Code today, I am fully aware 18 Intr | am also aware that this Code in its objective content 19 Intr | concerning the very nature of the Code of Canon Law.~To reply adequately 20 Intr | sufficiently clear that the Code is in no way intended as 21 Intr | revelation and tradition, the Code is to be regarded as an 22 Intr | to the Church itself, the Code must also lay down certain 23 Intr | The instrument which the Code is fully corresponds to 24 Intr | a certain sense this new Code could be understood as a 25 Intr | Church, nevertheless the Code must always be referred 26 Intr | pattern whose outline the Code ought to express insofar 27 Intr | should govern the entire new Code within the limits of its 28 Intr | complementarity which the Code presents in relation to 29 Intr | likewise the newness of the new Code.~Among the elements which 30 Intr | then it is clear that the Code should also reflect the 31 Intr | manner of expression.~The new Code of Canon Law appears at 32 Intr | As a matter of fact, the Code of Canon Law is extremely 33 Intr | lengthy preparation of the Code the wording of the norms 34 Intr | obedience obtain favor for this Code, and that what has been 35 Intr | I promulgate the present Code as it has been set in order 36 Intr | The character of the new Code was clearly enuntiated in 37 Intr | beginning of canon 6: “The Code generally retains the existing 38 Intr | of this Pio-Benedictine Code, which made a significant 39 Intr | the desired renewal of the Code.~Shortly after the Ecumenical 40 Intr | for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law was established 41 Intr | inaugurated the work of the Code Commission. The allocution 42 Intr | of the Pio-~Benedictine Code; but rather it was also 43 Intr | process of revising the whole Code. The central committee of 44 Intr | juridic character of the new Code, which the social nature 45 Intr | retained. Therefore the Code is to furnish norms so that 46 Intr | in view of this end, the Code must define and protect 47 Intr | same principle, the new Code entrusts either to particular 48 Intr | units. Therefore the new Code is to affirm the following 49 Intr | systematic arrangement of the Code required by the revision 50 Intr | new organization of the Code will have to be pursued 51 Intr | process of revising the Code, it is quite clear that 52 Intr | drafting the new text of the Code.~Meanwhile a January 15, 53 Intr | the drafting of the new Code of Canon Law: bishops, priests, 54 Intr | organization of the new Code to be proposed to the synod 55 Intr | systematic organization of the Code. At a meeting of this committee 56 Intr | not incorporating in the Code properly liturgical laws, 57 Intr | books of the Pio-Benedictine Code could not be maintained 58 Intr | systematic organization of the Code,” “general norms,” “the 59 Intr | process, with the present Code as the point of departure.~ 60 Intr | Undoubtedly the revised Code could not have been appropriately 61 Intr | one completely harmonious Code.~The new systematic organization 62 Intr | usefulness so that the new Code can be easily understood 63 Intr | Christian faithful.~The new Code therefore consists of seven 64 Intr | books of the old and new Code appear to indicate sufficiently 65 Intr | systematic innovations of the new Code are much more evident in 66 Intr | printed schema of the whole Code was presented to the Supreme 67 Intr | the entire text of the new Code and to cast a definitive 68 Intr | session of the schema of the Code and the emendations already 69 Intr | Pontiff, who would issue the Code at a time and in a way which 70 Intr | The entire text of the Code thereby reworked and approved 71 Intr | had to be inserted in the Code in light of the material 72 Intr | for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law. After mature 73 Intr | Pontiff decreed that the new Code was to be promulgated on 74 Intr | of the undertaking of the Code’s revision.~Since after 75 1, 0, 1| Can. 1 The canons of this Code regard only the Latin Church.~ 76 1, 0, 2| 2 For the most part the Code does not define the rites 77 1, 0, 2| contrary to the canons of the Code.~ 78 1, 0, 3| Can. 3 The canons of the Code neither abrogate nor derogate 79 1, 0, 3| contrary prescripts of this Code.~ 80 1, 0, 4| unless the canons of this Code expressly revoke them.~ 81 1, 0, 5| reprobated by the canons of this Code are absolutely suppressed 82 1, 0, 5| considered suppressed unless the Code expressly provides otherwise 83 1, 0, 6| Can. 6 §1. When this Code takes force, the following 84 1, 0, 6| following are abrogated:~1/ the Code of Canon Law promulgated 85 1, 0, 6| to the prescripts of this Code unless other provision is 86 1, 0, 6| they are contained in this Code;~4/ other universal disciplinary 87 1, 0, 6| regarding matter which this Code completely reorders.~§2. 88 1, 0, 6| law, the canons of this Code must be assessed also in 89 1, 0, 197| established in the canons of this Code; prescription is a means 90 2, 2, 361| Can. 361 In this Code, the term Apostolic See 91 2, 2, 434| bishops in the canons of this Code unless the Holy See has 92 2, 3, 587| institute, the fundamental code or constitutions of every 93 2, 3, 587| the sacred bonds.~§2. A code of this type is approved 94 2, 3, 587| its consent.~§3. In this code spiritual and juridic elements 95 7, 1, 1402| The prescripts of this Code, however, apply to these

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