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First-time users of these pages should be familiar with matters discussed in the Introduction to the Codex Vivens, here. For information on abbreviations used herein and for some useful links, see the bottom of this page.

 

Materials below can be searched for in several ways, including by:

 

 • Canon number (use four digits for best results, e.g. 0001; 0002; 0003; and so on);

 • Author or authority publishing a document;

 • Title or official description of document;

 • Publication date (always listed day-day, abbreviated month [Latin], and full year, e.g. "01 jan 2001");

 • Official citation; or,

 • Comment(s) on document (e.g., Synopsis).

 

Western note(s).

 

For many reasons, in regard to juridic concerns that are common to both branches of Catholic Christianity, Western canon law is usually more detailed, and is almost always more extensively commented upon, than is Eastern canon law. Thus it behooves those researching issues in Eastern law to be aware of when Western canon law has treated the same or a similar issues in order to draw upon—always with due regard for CCEO 2—what are likely to be additional canonical insights from Western law. The degrees of similarity that might exist between provisions of Eastern and those of Western are ranked herein as follows:

 

The phrase "virtually identical" indicates an almost identical, sometimes verbatim, correspondence between Eastern canon(s) and Western, with any differences being minor (e.g., grammar, punctuation, word order, etc.). The phrase "substantially the same" indicates that Eastern provisions carry the same import as do the Western but they might be presented differently, say, in more or less detail (e.g., an 'introductory' canon in one Code might not be present in the other). Researchers of Eastern law should be attentive to how materials in Western law designated herein as "virtually identical" or as "substantially the same" are understood and applied.

 

The phrase "treats the same matters", indicates a correspondence between Eastern law and Western in regard to topic, but not in regard to treatment and, although similarities might exist, so will important differences. Consultation with Western law in regard to these provisions is less useful and perhaps offers Eastern researchers insights largely by way of contrast.

 

Finally the phrase "unique to Eastern law" indicates that no useful parallels exist between Eastern and Western canon law on that topic, itself a fact that could save Eastern researchers perusing Western law for insights that do not exist.

 

Western notes are offered at the outset of each block of canons where feasible, by individual canon when necessary.

 

Finally, great care is being applied toward accuracy in the Codex Vivens, of course, but no warranty of accuracy is made; moreover, all characterizations and opinions are mine.

 

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These pages are under continual development and are not yet of use to researchers.

Materials are being added, organized, checked, arranged, and rearranged frequently.

 

1990 Eastern Code or Code of Canon Law of the Eastern Churches, cc. 1-1546

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Papal ―

 

• John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), ap. con. Sacri canones (28 oct 1990), AAS 82 (1990) 1033-1044. ▪ Synopsis: Promulgation of the Eastern Code of Canon Law, the Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium auctoritate Ioannis Pauli PP. II promulgatus, AAS 82 (1990) 1045-1363. Eng. on-line here =.

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • [PCLT], Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium auctoritate Ioannis Pauli PP. II promulgatus, Fontium Annotatione Auctus (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1995) 617 pp. ▪ Synopsis: Per its title, the Eastern Code of Canon Law with footnotes. / Review: F. McManus, The Jurist 56 (1996) 926-930.

 

 • Secretary of State (Sodano), rescr. In duobus Legum textibus mendae quaedam corriguntur (12 mai 1995), AAS 87 (1995) 588. ▪ Synopsis: List of 21 textual corrections needed for the Eastern Code.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • George Nednungatt (Indian Jesuit, 1932-), A Guide to the Eastern Code: a Commentary on the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches (Pontificio Istituo Orientale, 2002) 976 pp. ▪ Order here. / Reviews: G. Gallaro, The Jurist 63 (2003) 433-435; D. Motiuk, Studia Canonica 37 (2003) 242-244. / Biograph.

 

 • P. Pinto, ed., Commento al Codice dei Canoni delle Chiese Orientali (Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2001) 1408 pp. ▪ Reviews: J. Faris in Studia Canonica 36 (2002) 259-260; D. Motiuk in The Jurist 63 (2003) 198-199.

 

 • Ivan Žužek (Slovenian Jesuit, 1924-2004), Understanding the Eastern Code (Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1997) 479 pp. ▪ Review: D. Motiuk, Studia Canonica 33 (1999) 245-248. / Biograph.

 

 • Jobe Abbass (Australian Conventual of Maronite extraction, b. 1952), Two Codes in Comparison (Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1997) 303 pp. ▪ Review: D. Motiuk, Studia Canonica 32 (1998) 270-272. / Biograph.

 

 • George Nednungatt (Indian Jesuit, 1932-), The Spirit of the Eastern Code (Dharmaram, 1993) 261 pp. ▪ Review: D. Motiuk, Studia Canonica 29 (1995) 555-556. ▪ Biograph.

 

 • Victor Pospishil (Austrian/American priest, 1915-2006), Eastern Catholic Church Law (St. Maron, 1993) 699 pp. ▪ Reviews: D. Motiuk, Studia Canonica 32 (1998) 268-269 and J. Renken, The Jurist 51 (1991) 253-255 (of the first edition); G. Gallaro, The Jurist 58 (1998) 259-261 (of the second edition). / Biograph.

 

 ― Other ―

 

 • Canonlaw.info., Master Page on Eastern Canon Law, here.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

► Special topics.

 

Legislative history of the 1990 Code. =

 

 

Preliminary canons, cc. 1-6.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western notes: CCEO 1 treats the same matter as CIC 1; CCEO 2 is unique to Eastern law; CCEO 3-5 are virtually identical to CIC 2-4; CCEO 6 treats the same matters as CIC 5-6.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0001; scope of Eastern Code, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • PCLT (Coccopalmerio), not. expl. Quoad can. 1 CCEO (8 dec 2011), Communicationes 43 (2011) 315-316. ▪ Eng. trans. here. / Synopsis: Short of authentically so declaring, the PCLT regards the term “expresse” as sufficient to allow, by analogy, inclusion of the Roman Church whenever Eastern law treats of a Church ‘sui iuris’ or a ritual Church. / Cites: CCEO 0027, 0028, 1499.

 

 ― Scholarly ―

 

 • John Faris, “Interritual Matters in the Revised Code of Canon Law”, in Nouveau Code / New Code (1986) II: 821-823.
 

Canon 0002; Eastern Code is to be assessed according to Eastern law; ─
 

Canon 0003; deferral on most liturgical law, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

 • Congregation for Eastern Churches (Silvestrini), instr. Applying the Liturgical Prescriptions of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches (6 jan 1996), (Libreria Editrice Vaticana) 91 pp. ▪ On-line here. /bis.
 

Canon 0004; treaties and concordats; ─
 

Canon 0005; acquired rights and privileges; ─
 

Canon 0006; abrogation of earlier laws and customs; ─

 

 

Title I, Rights and obligations of all the Christian faithful, cc. 7-26.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western notes: CCEO 7-9 are virtually identical to CIC 204-207; CCEO 10 is unique to Eastern law; CCEO 11-26 are virtually identical to CIC 208-223.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0007; description and mission of the Christian faithful, basic notion of Catholic Church; ─
 

Canon 0008; identification of Christian faithful in full communion; ─
 

Canon 0009; identity and action of catechumens; ─
 

Canon 0010; obligation to maintain, profess, and apply the faith; ─
 

Canon 0011; fundamental equality of the Christian faithful; ─
 

Canon 0012; obligation to maintain communion; ─
 

Canon 0013; obligation to pursue holiness and to advance holiness in the Church; ─
 

Canon 0014; right and obligation to evangelize; ─
 

Canon 0015; right and obligation to obey Church leaders, to express needs, to share opinions; ─
 

Canon 0016; right to spiritual assistance from the Church; ─
 

Canon 0017; right to engage in worship and to pursue appropriate spirituality; ─
 

Canon 0018; right to found association and to meet; ─
 

Canon 0019; right to engage in apostolic undertakings, restrictions on use of name "Catholic", as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

• Cong. for the Doctrine of the Faith (Levada), doc. "De condicione canonica eorum, qui se dicunt episcopos Graeco-Catholicos Ucrainae urbis 'Pidhirci'", (22 feb 2012), AAS 104 (2012) 377-379 (Italian). ▪ Synopsis: Canonical status of schismatic group. / Cites: 0019, 1447, 1452, 1459, 1462. /quinquies.
 

Canon 0020; right to Christian education; ─
 

Canon 0021; right to academic freedom; ─
 

Canon 0022; right to self-determination; ─
 

Canon 0023; rights to reputations and privacy; ─
 

Canon 0024; basic procedural rights; ─
 

Canon 0025; obligation to assist with needs of the Church and to promote social justice; ─
 

Canon 0026; regulation of rights; ─

 

 

Title II, Churches 'sui iuris' and rites, cc. 27-41.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 27-28 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0027; definition of a Church 'sui iuris'; ─
 

Canon 0028; definition and delineation of five major rites treated in Eastern law; ─

 

 

Title II, Chap. 1, Ascription in a Church 'sui iuris', cc. 29-38.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0029; ascription by baptism if before age 14; ─
 

Canon 0030; ascription by baptism if at age 14, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 30 is referenced in Canon 588.
 

Canon 0031; prohibition against inducing faithful to change ascription, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 31 is referenced in Canon 1465.
 

Canon 0032; consent of Apostolic See required for changes in ascription, when consent may be presumed; ─
 

Canon 0033; uxorial changes in ascription; ─
 

Canon 0034; possible changes in ascription based on parental changes; ─
 

Canon 0035; retention of rite upon entering full communion, as follows:

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Michael A. Souckar (= priest, 1962-), Baptized Eastern non-catholics coming into full communion with the Catholic Church and their preservation of rite: a study of the norms of the Codex Canonum Ecclesiarum Orientalium and their application in the United States of America, (Gregorian diss. 6104, 2012) 321 pp.

 

Canon 0036; process for effecting changes in ascription; ─
 

Canon 0037; recordation of changes in ascription, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 37 is referenced in Canon 296.
 

Canon 0038; receipt of pastoral care in a different rite does not result in change of ascription, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

 • PCLT (Coccopalmerio), let. It has been brought (23 feb 2012), Communicationes 44 (2012) 36-37. Synopsis: Underscoring that Eastern Catholic faithful lacking their own pastors are no longer simply considered subjects of Roman Catholic pastors.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • George Henwood, The Sacramental Life of the Eastern Catholics in the Latin Rite Diocese of Clifton, (KU Leuven MA thesis 2010) viii-37 pp. Note: MA in ‘Society, Law, and Religion’.

 

 • Talal Hachem (Lebanese Maronite, 1970-), La situation juridique de l’Ιglise maronite au Canada, (SPU/USP diss., 2009) 298 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • George Oonnoonny (Indian priest, 1959-), Pastoral care of Eastern Catholic faithful residing outside their historical territory with particular reference to the United States and Canada, (SPU/USP diss., 2004) 318 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 • Jean Faraj (Lebanese religious, 1951-), La situation juridique de l'Ιglise grecque melkite catholique au Canada, (SPU/USP diss., 1991) 240 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 

Title II, Chap. 2, Preservation of rites, cc. 39-41.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 39-41 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0039; importance of Eastern rites and obligation to preserve and foster them; ─
 

Canon 0040; obligation on all within a rite to understand and observe their rite, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 40 is referenced in Canons 657, 880.
 

Canon 0041; obligation on all to understand other rites with which they frequently deal; ─

 

 

Title III, Supreme authority of the Church, cc. 42-54.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 42 is virtually identical to CIC 330.

 

► Topic in general.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0042; popes and bishops are united in a way similar to the unity of St. Peter and the Apostles; ─

 

 

Title III, Chap. 1, Roman Pontiff, cc. 43-48.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 43-47 are virtually identical to CIC 331-335; CCEO 48 is virtually identical to CIC 361.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0043; description of papal supremacy; ─
 

Canon 0044; acquisition and loss of papal power; ─
 

Canon 0045; papal power in regard to other bishops and particular Churches; ─
 

Canon 0046; description of those who assist to the Roman Pontiff, noting Eastern prelates; ─
 

Canon 0047; provisions during vacancy of the Roman See; ─
 

Canon 0048; scope of terms "Apostolic See" and "Holy See"; ─

 

 

Title III, Chap. 2, College of Bishops, cc. 49-54.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 49-50 are virtually identical to CIC 336-341.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0049; definition and power of the college of bishops; ─
 

Canon 0050; authority of Roman Pontiff over ecumenical council; ─
 

Canon 0051; participation in an ecumenical council; ─
 

Canon 0052; interruption of ecumenical council during vacancy in the Roman See; ─
 

Canon 0053; interruption of ecumenical council during vacancy in the Roman See; ─
 

Canon 0054; necessity of consent and promulgation by Roman Pontiff for decrees of college of bishops; ─

 

 

Title IV, Patriarchal Churches, cc. 55-150.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 55-62 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0055; in accord with ancient tradition special honor to be accorded patriarchs; ─
 

Canon 0056; definition of patriarch; ─
 

Canon 0057; moderation of patriarchal Churches reserved to Apostolic See, location of permanent see; ─
 

Canon 0058; precedence of Eastern patriarchs over all other bishops save the Roman; ─
 

Canon 0059; precedence among patriarchs; ─
 

Canon 0060; personal precedence and retied patriarchs, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 60 is referenced in Canon 62.
 

Canon 0061; patriarch can have Roman procurator; ─
 

Canon 0062; status of retired patriarch, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 62 is referenced in Canon 431.

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 1, Election of patriarchs, cc. 63-77.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 63-77 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 63-74 are referenced in Canon 153.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0063; patriarchs are elected by patriarchal synod of bishops; ─
 

Canon 0064; particular law generally determines qualifications for election; ─
 

Canon 0065; timing and location of electoral synod; ─
 

Canon 0066; only synodal bishops may vote and attendance during vote is highly restricted, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 66 is referenced in Canon 102.
 

Canon 0067; incorporation of Canons 947-957 on elections; ─
 

Canon 0068; obligation of bishops to attend when convoked, notification of absence; ─
 

Canon 0069; two-thirds of those convoked and able to attend suffices for electoral quorum, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 69 is referenced in Canon 107.
 

Canon 0070; general norms on temporary presidency over election; ─
 

Canon 0071; tellers and secretary can be clerics, all bound by secrecy, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 71 is referenced in Canon 66.
 

Canon 0072; when two-thirds or simple majority suffices for election, devolution to Apostolic See, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 72 is referenced in Canon 107.
 

Canon 0073; notification options regarding one who is elected; ─
 

Canon 0074; acceptance decision to be made with two available days; ─
 

Canon 0075; options regarding enthronement of one elected; ─
 

Canon 0076; profession, oath, notifications of election and enthronement, request for communion; ─
 

Canon 0077; general exercise of office after enthronement, restrictions prior to receipt of letter of communion; ─

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 2, Rights and obligations of patriarchs, cc. 78-101.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western notes: CCEO 78-101 are unique to Eastern law; Eastern patriarchs who are members of the College of Cardinals are treated in CIC 350 § 3.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0078; power of patriarchs is ordinary, proper, personal, and usually limited as to territory; ─
 

Canon 0079; patriarch represents patriarch Church in juridic affairs; ─
 

Canon 0080; authority of patriarchs over metropolitans; ─
 

Canon 0081; acts of Roman Pontiff that go through patriarch; ─
 

Canon 0082; general teaching and governing authority of patriarchs; ─
 

Canon 0083; visitation rights of patriarch; ─
 

Canon 0084; patriarchs to promote cooperation among Churches; ─
 

Canon 0085; authority of patriarchs in structuring local Churches and appointing hierarchs in same, as follows

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 85 is referenced in Canons 177, 311.
 

Canon 0086; patriarch’s authority over metropolitans and other bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Notes ―

 

 • Canon 86 is referenced in Canon 133.
 

Canon 0087; provision for patriarchal election of curial bishops;
 

Canon 0088; relations of bishops to patriarchs;
 

Canon 0089; patriarch’s authority over clergy and right of conferring tasks on them, as follows:

 

 ― Notes ―

 

 • Canon 89 is referenced in Canon 431.
 

Canon 0090; patriarch’s authority to exempt certain places or juridic persons;
 

Canon 0091; commemoration of patriarch in Divine Liturgy;
 

Canon 0092; patriarch’s responsibilities toward Roman Pontiff;
 

Canon 0093; patriarch’s obligation of residence;
 

Canon 0094; patriarch’s obligation to office Divine Liturgy for his Church on feast days;
 

Canon 0095; patriarch’s own episcopal obligations, and of supervision over bishops;
 

Canon 0096; patriarch’s prerogatives over prayers in his Church;
 

Canon 0097; patriarch to be vigilant over temporal goods;
 

Canon 0098; patriarch’s general authority over civil agreements;
 

Canon 0099; patriarch’s supervision over personal statutes;
 

Canon 0100; patriarch’s authority over matters affecting several eparchies and civil authorities;

Canon 0101; patriarch’s authority over otherwise generally exempt places, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 101 is referenced in Canons916, 984.

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 3, Synod of Bishops of patriarchal Churches, cc. 102-113.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 102-113 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0102; eligibility for participation in a synod of bishops, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 102 is referenced in Canon 150.
 

Canon 0103; patriarch convokes and presides over synod; ─
 

Canon 0104; obligation to attend synod if convoked to it; ─
 

Canon 0105; no proxies allowed, no one may possess multiple votes; ─
 

Canon 0106; when synod must be convoked; ─
 

Canon 0107; synodal sessions generally valid; ─
 

Canon 0108; patriarch opens and directs synod; ─
 

Canon 0109; generally no departure is allowed during sessions; ─
 

Canon 0110; legislative and judicial competence of synod, distinguished from administrative matters; ─
 

Canon 0111; release of synodal acts and observance of secrecy; ─
 

Canon 0112; canonical effects and interpretation of synodal acts; ─
 

Canon 0113; statutes of synod; ─

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 4, Patriarchal curia, cc. 114-125.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 114-125 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0114;
 

Canon 0115;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 115 is referenced in Canon 116.
 

Canon 0116;
 

Canon 0117;
 

Canon 0118;
 

Canon 0119;
 

Canon 0120;
 

Canon 0121;
 

Canon 0122;
 

Canon 0123;
 

Canon 0124;
 

Canon 0125;

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 5, Vacant or impeded patriarchal see, cc. 126-132.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 126-132 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0126;
 

Canon 0127;
 

Canon 0128;
 

Canon 0129;
 

Canon 0130;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 130 is referenced in Canon 132.
 

Canon 0131;
 

Canon 0132;

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 6, Metropolitans of patriarchal Church, cc. 133-139.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 133-139 are unique to Eastern law.
 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0133;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 133 is referenced in Canons 138, 139.
 

Canon 0134;
 

Canon 0135;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 135 is referenced in Canon 138.
 

Canon 0136;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 136 is referenced in Canon 138.
 

Canon 0137;
 

Canon 0138;
 

Canon 0139;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 139 is referenced in Canon 1064.

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 7, Patriarchal assembly, cc. 140-145.

 

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Western note: CCEO 140-145 are unique to Eastern law.
 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 140-145 are referenced in Canon 172.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0140;
 

Canon 0141;
 

Canon 0142;
 

Canon 0143;
 

Canon 0144;
 

Canon 0145;

 

 

Title IV, Chap. 8, Territory of patriarchal Church and power of patriarch and synods outside territory, cc. 146-150.

 

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Western note: CCEO 146-150 are unique to Eastern law.
 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0146;
 

Canon 0147;
 

Canon 0148;
 

Canon 0149;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 149 is referenced in Canons 107, 110, 181.
 

Canon 0150;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 150 is referenced in Canons 110, 330.

 

 

Title V, Major archiepiscopal Churches, cc. 151-154.

 

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Western note: CCEO 151-154 are unique to Eastern law.
 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0151;
 

Canon 0152;
 

Canon 0153;
 

Canon 0154;

 

 

Title VI, Metropolitan Churches and other Churches 'sui iuris', cc. 155-176.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title VI, Chap. 1, Metropolitan Churches 'sui iuris', cc. 155-173.

 

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Western note: CCEO 155-173 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0155;
 

Canon 0156;
 

Canon 0157;
 

Canon 0158;
 

Canon 0159;
 

Canon 0160;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 160 is referenced in Canon 138.
 

Canon 0161;
 

Canon 0162;
 

Canon 0163;
 

Canon 0164;
 

Canon 0165;
 

Canon 0166;
 

Canon 0167;
 

Canon 0168;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 168 is referenced in Canon 181.
 

Canon 0169;
 

Canon 0170;
 

Canon 0171;
 

Canon 0172;
 

Canon 0173;

 

 

Title VI, Chap. 2, Other Churches 'sui iuris', cc. 174-176.

 

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Western note: CCEO 174-176 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0174;
 

Canon 0175;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 175 is referenced in Canon 1064.

 

Canon 0176;

 

 

Title VII, Eparchies and bishops, cc. 177-310.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Bishops, cc. 177-179.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0177; definition of an eparchy; ─
 

Canon 0178; description of an eparch; ─

 

 ― Papal

 

 • Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Come una madre (4 jun 2016), AAS 108 (2016) 715-717. ▪ English trans. here. / Synopsis: Factors warranting and procedures to be followed in removing dbb or eparchs from office. / Cites: CCEO 0313, 0975; CIC 0193, 0368. /bis.
 

Canon 0179; definition of a titular bishop; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Article 1, Election of bishops, cc. 180-189.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 181-188 are referenced in Canon 314.

 • Canons 182-187 are referenced in Canons 85, 87.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0180;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 180 is referenced in Canon 64.
 

Canon 0181;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 181 is referenced in Canons 85, 87.
 

Canon 0182;
 

Canon 0183;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 183 is referenced in Canons 72, 107.
 

Canon 0184;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 184 is referenced in Canons 185, 186.
 

Canon 0185;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 185 is referenced in Canon 186.
 

Canon 0186;
 

Canon 0187;
 

Canon 0188;
 

Canon 0189;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Article 2, Rights and obligations of eparchial bishops, cc. 190-211.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0190;
 

Canon 0191;
 

Canon 0192;
 

Canon 0193;
 

Canon 0194;
 

Canon 0195;
 

Canon 0196;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 196 is referenced in Canon 95.
 

Canon 0197;
 

Canon 0198;
 

Canon 0199;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 199 is referenced in Canon 668.
 

Canon 0200;
 

Canon 0201;
 

Canon 0202;
 

Canon 0203;
 

Canon 0204;
 

Canon 0205;
 

Canon 0206;
 

Canon 0207;
 

Canon 0208;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 208 is referenced in Canons 163, 317.
 

Canon 0209;
 

Canon 0210;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 210 is referenced in Canon 218.
 

Canon 0211;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 211 is referenced in Canons 218. 431.

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Article 3, Coadjutor bishops and auxiliary bishops, cc. 212-218.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0212;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 212 is referenced in Canon 85.
 

Canon 0213;
 

Canon 0214;
 

Canon 0215;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 215 is referenced in Canon 247.
 

Canon 0216;
 

Canon 0217;
 

Canon 0218;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Article 4, Vacant or impeded eparchial see, cc. 219-233.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 225-232 are referenced in Canons 220, 221.

 • Canons 221-233 are referenced Canon 173.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0219;
 

Canon 0220;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 220 is referenced in Canon 221.
 

Canon 0221;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 221 is referenced in Canon 159.
 

Canon 0222;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 222 is referenced in Canons 220, 221.
 

Canon 0223;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 223 is referenced in Canons 220, 221.
 

Canon 0224;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 224 is referenced in Canon 251.
 

Canon 0225;
 

Canon 0226;
 

Canon 0227;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 227 is referenced in Canon 221.
 

Canon 0228;
 

Canon 0229;
 

Canon 0230;
 

Canon 0231;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 231 is referenced in Canon 232.
 

Canon 0232;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 232 is referenced in Canon 262.
 

Canon 0233;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 1, Article 5, Apostolic administrators, cc. 234.

 

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Western note: CCEO 234 is unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0234; appointed by Roman Pontiff and governs in accord with specified terms; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Organs assisting eparchial bishop in governance of eparchy, cc. 235-278.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 1, Eparchial assembly, cc. 235-242.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0235;
 

Canon 0236;
 

Canon 0237;
 

Canon 0238;
 

Canon 0239;
 

Canon 0240;
 

Canon 0241;
 

Canon 0242;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 2, Eparchial curia, cc. 243-244.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 2, no. 1, Protosyncellus and Syncelli, cc. 245-251.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0243;
 

Canon 0244;
 

Canon 0245;
 

Canon 0246;
 

Canon 0247;
 

Canon 0248;
 

Canon 0249;
 

Canon 0250;

Canon 0251;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 2, No. 2, Chancellor, other notaries, and archives of eparchial curia, cc. 252-261.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 252-261 are substantially similar to CIC 482-491.

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 253-260 are referenced in Canon 123.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0252; duties of chancellor (who must be a cleric); ─

Canon 0253; qualifications and disqualifications of other notaries; ─

Canon 0254; duties of notaries; ─

Canon 0255; terms of service for chancellor and notaries; ─

Canon 0256; establishment of regular archives; ─

Canon 0257; access to archives and records; ─

Canon 0258; removal of materials from archives; ─

Canon 0259; establishment and management of secret archives; ─

Canon 0260; access to and restrictions on removal of materials from secret archives; ─

Canon 0261; eparch's authority over other kinds of archives in diocese; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 2, no. 3, Eparchial finance officer and finance council, cc. 262-263.

 

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Western note: CCEO 262-263 are substantially similar to CIC 492-494, 1277.
 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0262; description of finance officer, as follows:

 

― Academic

 

 • Matthew Changankary (Indian priest, 1965-), Finance Officer in the Syro-Malabar Major Archiepiscopal Church, (SPU/USP diss., 2012) 294 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 262 is referenced in Canon 80.

Canon 0263; description of finance council; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 3, Presbyteral council and the college of eparchial consultors, cc. 264-271.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0264;

Canon 0265;

Canon 0266;

Canon 0267;

Canon 0268;

Canon 0269;

Canon 0270;

Canon 0271;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 271 is referenced in Canon 319.

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 4, Pastoral council, cc. 272-275.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

Western note: CCEO 272-275 are virtually identical to CIC 511-514.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0272; encouragement of and outlined of role for diocesan pastoral council; ─

Canon 0273; membership of diocesan pastoral council; ─

Canon 0274; duration and cessation of diocesan pastoral council; ─

Canon 0275; diocesan bishop's authority over diocesan pastoral council; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 2, Article 5, Protopresbyters, cc. 276-278.

 

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Western note: CCEO 276-278 are substantially similar to CIC 553-555.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0276; description and appointment protopresbyters; ─

Canon 0277; qualifications of priest to be appointed protopresbyters; ─

Canon 0278; responsibilities of protopresbyters; ─

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 3, Parish, pastors, and parochial vicars, cc. 279-303.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

Parishes in general.

 

Pastors in general.

 

 ― Academic

 

 • Thomas Adoppillil (Indian priest, 1958-), The rights and obligations of the pastor of a parish according to the Code of canons of the Eastern Churches and the particular law of the Syro-Malabar Church, (SPU/USP diss., 2003) 292 pp. ▪ Abstract and/or dissertation here.

 

Parochial vicars in general.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0279;

Canon 0280;

Canon 0281;

Canon 0282;

Canon 0283;

Canon 0284;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 284 is referenced in Canons 284, 301.


Canon 0285;

Canon 0286;

Canon 0287;

Canon 0288;

Canon 0289;

Canon 0290;

Canon 0291;

Canon 0292;

Canon 0293;

Canon 0294;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 294 is referenced in Canon 302.

Canon 0295;

Canon 0296;

Canon 0297;

Canon 0298;

Canon 0299;

Canon 0300;

Canon 0301;

Canon 0302;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 302 is referenced in Canons 290, 830.

Canon 0303;

 

 

Title VII, Chap. 4, Rectors of churches, cc. 304-310.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0304;

Canon 0305;

Canon 0306;

Canon 0307;

Canon 0308;

Canon 0309;

Canon 0310;

 

 

Title VIII, Exarchies and exarchs, cc. 311-321.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0311;

Canon 0312;

Canon 0313;

Canon 0314;

Canon 0315;

Canon 0316;

Canon 0317;

Canon 0318;

Canon 0319;

Canon 0320;

Canon 0321;

 

 

Title IX, Assemblies of hierarchs of several Churches 'sui iuris', cc. 322.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0322;

 

 

Title X, Clerics, cc.323-398.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0323;

Canon 0324;

Canon 0325;

Canon 0326;

Canon 0327;

 

 

Title X, Chapter 1, Formation of clerics, cc. 328-330.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0328;

Canon 0329;

Canon 0330;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 330 is referenced in Canons471, 536.

 

 

Title X, Chap 1, Article 1, Establishment and governing of seminaries, cc. 331-341.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0331;

Canon 0332;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 332 is referenced in Canon 828.

Canon 0333;

Canon 0334;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 834 is referenced in Canon 828.

Canon 0335;

Canon 0336;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 336 is referenced in Canon 306.

Canon 0337;

Canon 0338;

Canon 0339;

Canon 0340;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 340 is referenced in Canons471, 536.


Canon 0341;

 

 

Title X, Chap 1, Article 2, Formation for ministry, cc. 342-356.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0342; basic requirement for admission or re-admission to seminary;

Canon 0343; students to be formed in their own rite;

Canon 0344;

Canon 0345;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 345 is referenced in Canon 348.

Canon 0346;

Canon 0347;

Canon 0348;

Canon 0349;

Canon 0350;

Canon 0351;

Canon 0352;

Canon 0353;

Canon 0354;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 354 is referenced in Canon 760.

Canon 0355;

Canon 0356;

 

 

Title X, Chap 2, Enrollment of clerics in eparchy, cc 357-366.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0357;

Canon 0358;

Canon 0359;

Canon 0360;

Canon 0361;

Canon 0362;

Canon 0363;

Canon 0364;

Canon 0365;

Canon 0366;

 

 

Title X, Chap 3, Rights and obligations of clerics, cc. 367-393.

 

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Canon 0367;

Canon 0368;

Canon 0369;
 

Canon 0370;
 

Canon 0371;
 

Canon 0372;
 

Canon 0373;
 

Canon 0374;
 

Canon 0375;
 

Canon 0376;
 

Canon 0377;
 

Canon 0378;
 

Canon 0379;
 

Canon 0380;
 

Canon 0381;
 

Canon 0382;
 

Canon 0383;
 

Canon 0384;
 

Canon 0385;
 

Canon 0386;
 

Canon 0387;
 

Canon 0388;
 

Canon 0389;
 

Canon 0390;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 390 is referenced in Canon 291.
 

Canon 0391;
 

Canon 0392;
 

Canon 0393;

 

 

Title X, Chap 4, Loss of clerical state, cc. 394-398.

 

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Canon 0394;
 

Canon 0395;
 

Canon 0396;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 396 is referenced in Canons 395, 1433, 1538.
 

Canon 0397;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 397 is referenced in Canon 394.
 

Canon 0398;

 

 

Title XI, Lay persons, cc. 399-409.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0399;
 

Canon 0400;
 

Canon 0401;
 

Canon 0402;
 

Canon 0403;
 

Canon 0404;
 

Canon 0405;
 

Canon 0406;
 

Canon 0407;
 

Canon 0408;
 

Canon 0409; training and formation of lay employees;

 

 

Title XII, Monks and other religious and members of other institutes of consecrated life, cc. 410-572.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XII, Chapter 1, Monks and other religious, cc. 410-553.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Article 1, General canons, cc. 410-411.

 

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Canon 0410; definition and description of religious state; ─
 

Canon 0411; "The religious state shall be encouraged and promoted by all"; ─

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 1, No. 1, Dependence of religious on eparchial bishop, patriarch, and Apostolic See, cc. 412-417.

 

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 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 413-415 are referenced in Canon 554.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0412;
 

Canon 0413;
 

Canon 0414;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 414 is referenced in Canon 566.
 

Canon 0415;
 

Canon 0416;
 

Canon 0417;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Article 1, No. 2, Superiors and members of religious institutes, cc. 418-432.

 

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Canon 0418;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 418 is referenced in Canons 413, 554.

 

Canon 0419;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 419 is referenced in Canon 554.
 

Canon 0420;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 420 is referenced in Canon 554.
 

Canon 0421;
 

Canon 0422;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 422 is referenced in Canon 557.
 

Canon 0423;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 423 is referenced in Canon 567.
 

Canon 0424;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 424 is referenced in Canons 558, 567.
 

Canon 0425;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 425 is referenced in Canons 558, 567.
 

Canon 0426;
 

Canon 0427;
 

Canon 0428;
 

Canon 0429;
 

Canon 0430;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 430 is referenced in Canon 89.
 

Canon 0431;
 

Canon 0432;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 432 is referenced in Canon 451.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Article 2, Monasteries, cc. 433-503.

 

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Canon 0433;
 

Canon 0434;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 1, Erection and suppression of monasteries, cc. 435-440.

 

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Canon 0433;
 

Canon 0434;
 

Canon 0435;
 

Canon 0436;
 

Canon 0437;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 437 is referenced in Canon 509.
 

Canon 0438;
 

Canon 0439;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 439 is referenced in Canon 440.
 

Canon 0440;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 2, Superiors, synaxes, and finance officers of monasteries, cc. 441-447.

 

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Canon 0441;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 441 is referenced in Canon 995.
 

Canon 0442;
 

Canon 0443;
 

Canon 0444;
 

Canon 0445;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 445 is referenced in Canon 515.
 

Canon 0446;
 

Canon 0447;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 3, Admission to monastery 'sui iuris' and to novitiate, cc. 448-461.

 

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 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 459-461 are referenced in Canon 525.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0448;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 448 is referenced in Canon 517.
 

Canon 0449;
 

Canon 0450;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 450 is referenced in Canons 517, 559, 568.
 

Canon 0451;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 451 is referenced in Canon 559.
 

Canon 0452;
 

Canon 0453;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 453 is referenced in Canon 519.
 

Canon 0454;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 454 is referenced in Canon 517.
 

Canon 0455;
 

Canon 0456;
 

Canon 0457;
 

Canon 0458;
 

Canon 0459;
 

Canon 0460;
 

Canon 0461;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 461 is referenced in Canon 457.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 4, Consecration of monastic profession, cc. 462-470.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 466-468 are referenced in Canon 533.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0462;
 

Canon 0463;
 

Canon 0464;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 464 is referenced in Canon 532.
 

Canon 0465;
 

Canon 0466;
 

Canon 0467;
 

Canon 0468;
 

Canon 0469;
 

Canon 0470;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 5, Formation of members and monastic discipline, cc. 471-480.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0471;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 471 is referenced in Canons 341, 536.
 

Canon 0472;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 472 is referenced in Canon 750.
 

Canon 0473;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 473 is referenced in Canon 538.
 

Canon 0474;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 474 is referenced in Canon 538.
 

Canon 0475;
 

Canon 0476;
 

Canon 0477;
 

Canon 0478;
 

Canon 0479;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 479 is referenced in Canon 624.
 

Canon 0480;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 480 is referenced in Canon 282.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 6, Hermits, cc. 481-485.

 

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Western note: CCEO 481-485 treat the same matter as does CIC 603.

 

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► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0481; definition of a hermit; ─
 

Canon 0482; requirement for monastic to become hermit; ─
 

Canon 0483; living space for hermits must be approved; ─
 

Canon 0484; retention of some authority over hermit by monastery; ─
 

Canon 0485; possible termination of eremitical life; ─

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 7, Stauropegial monastery, c. 486.

 

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Western note: CCEO 486 is unique to Eastern law.

 

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► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0486; establishment of and authority over stauropegial monastery; ─

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 8, Transfer to another monastery, cc. 487-488.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0487;
 

Canon 0488;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 488 is referenced in Canon 545.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No. 9, Exclaustration and leaving the monastery, cc. 489-496.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 489-491 are referenced in Canon 548.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0489;
 

Canon 0490;
 

Canon 0491;
 

Canon 0492;
 

Canon 0493;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 493 is referenced in Canons 546, 549.
 

Canon 0494;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 494 is referenced in Canon 549.

 

Canon 0495;
 

Canon 0496;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 2, No.10, Dismissal of monks, cc. 497-503.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 500-503 are referenced in Canons 553, 562.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0497;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 497 is referenced in Canons 500, 502, 551, 562.
 

Canon 0498;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 498 is referenced in Canons 551, 562.
 

Canon 0499;
 

Canon 0500;
 

Canon 0501;
 

Canon 0502;
 

Canon 0503;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Article 3, Orders and congregations, cc. 504-505.

 

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Canon 0504; definition of order, definition of congregation; ─
 

Canon 0505; character of order or congregation based on establishing authority and membership; ─

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 505 is referenced in Canons 554, 563.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 1, Erection and suppression of order, congregation, province, or house, cc. 506-510.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 506-510 are referenced in Canon 556.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0506;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 506 is referenced in Canon 566.
 

Canon 0507;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 507 is referenced in Canons 510, 566.
 

Canon 0508;
 

Canon 0509;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 509 is referenced in Canon 566.
 

Canon 0510;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 510 is referenced in Canon 566.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 2, Superiors, synaxes, and finance officers in orders and congregations, cc. 511-516.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 511-516 are referenced in Canon 557.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0511;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 511 is referenced in Canon 995.
 

Canon 0512;
 

Canon 0513;
 

Canon 0514;
 

Canon 0515;
 

Canon 0516;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 516 is referenced in Canon 558.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 3, Admission to orders, congregations, and novitiate, cc. 517-525.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0517;
 

Canon 0518;
 

Canon 0519;
 

Canon 0520;
 

Canon 0521;
 

Canon 0522;
 

Canon 0523;
 

Canon 0524;
 

Canon 0525;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 525 is referenced in Canon 529.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 4, Profession in orders and congregations, cc. 526-535.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0526;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 526 is referenced in Canon 532.
 

Canon 0527;
 

Canon 0528;
 

Canon 0529;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 529 is referenced in Canon 534.
 

Canon 0530;
 

Canon 0531;
 

Canon 0532;
 

Canon 0533;
 

Canon 0534;
 

Canon 0535;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 5, Formation of members and discipline in orders and congregations, cc. 536-543.

 

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► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0536;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 536 is referenced in Canon 341.
 

Canon 0537;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 537 is referenced in Canons 560, 750.
 

Canon 0538;
 

Canon 0539;
 

Canon 0540;
 

Canon 0541;
 

Canon 0542;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 542 is referenced in Canon 624.
 

Canon 0543;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 6, Transfer to another order, congregation, or monastery 'sui iuris', cc. 544-545.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0544;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 544 is referenced in Canon 488.
 

Canon 0545;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 545 is referenced in Canon 488.

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 7, Exclaustration and leaving an order or congregation, cc. 546-550.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0546;
 

Canon 0547;
 

Canon 0548;
 

Canon 0549;
 

Canon 0550;

 

 

Title XII, Chap. 1, Art. 3, No. 8, Dismissal from an order or congregation, cc. 551-553.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0551;
 

Canon 0552;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 552 is referenced in Canons 499, 562.
 

Canon 0553;

 

 

Title XII, Chapter 2, Societies of common life according to manner of religious, cc. 554-562.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0554;
 

Canon 0555;
 

Canon 0556;
 

Canon 0557;
 

Canon 0558;
 

Canon 0559;
 

Canon 0560;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 560 is referenced in Canon 750.
 

Canon 0561;
 

Canon 0562;

 

 

Title XII, Chapter 3, Secular institutes, cc. 563-569.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0563;
 

Canon 0564;
 

Canon 0565;
 

Canon 0566;
 

Canon 0567;
 

Canon 0568;
 

Canon 0569;

 

 

Title XII, Chapter 4, Other forms of consecrated life and societies of apostolic life, cc. 570-572.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0570;
 

Canon 0571;
 

Canon 0572;

 

 

Title XIII, Associations of the Christian faithful, cc. 573-583.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0573;
 

Canon 0574;
 

Canon 0575;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 575 is referenced in Canon 579.
 

Canon 0576;
 

Canon 0577;
 

Canon 0578;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 578 is referenced in Canon 391.
 

Canon 0579;
 

Canon 0580;
 

Canon 0581;
 

Canon 0582;
 

Canon 0583;

 

 

Title XIV, Evangelization of Nations, cc. 584-594.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0584;
 

Canon 0585;
 

Canon 0586;
 

Canon 0587;
 

Canon 0588;
 

Canon 0589;
 

Canon 0590;
 

Canon 0591;
 

Canon 0592;
 

Canon 0593;
 

Canon 0594;

 

 

Title XV, Ecclesiastical magisterium, cc. 595-666.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XV, Chapter 1, Teaching office of the Church in general, cc. 595-606.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0595;
 

Canon 0596;
 

Canon 0597;
 

Canon 0598;

 

 

 ― Papal

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Ad tuendam fidem (18 mai 1998), AAS 90 (1998) 457-461. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Cites: CCEO 0598, 1336; CIC 0747, 0750, 0752, 0833, 1364, 1371. /bis.

 


 

Canon 0599;
 

Canon 0600;
 

Canon 0601;
 

Canon 0602;
 

Canon 0603;
 

Canon 0604;
 

Canon 0605;
 

Canon 0606;

 

 

Title XV, Chapter 2, Ministry of the Word of God, cc. 607-626.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0607;
 

Canon 0608;

 

 

Title XV, Chap. 2, Article 1, Preaching the Word of God, cc. 609-616.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0609;
 

Canon 0610;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 610 is referenced in Canons 611, 612.
 

Canon 0611;
 

Canon 0612;
 

Canon 0613;
 

Canon 0614;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 614 is referenced in Canon 610.
 

Canon 0615;
 

Canon 0616;

 

 

Title XV, Chap. 2, Article 2, Catechetical instruction, cc. 617-626.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0617;
 

Canon 0618;
 

Canon 0619;
 

Canon 0620;
 

Canon 0621;
 

Canon 0622;
 

Canon 0623;
 

Canon 0624;
 

Canon 0625;
 

Canon 0626;

 

 

Title XV, Chapter 3, Catholic education, cc. 627-650.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0627;
 

Canon 0628;
 

Canon 0629;
 

Canon 0630;

 

 

Title XV, Chap. 3, Article 1, Schools, especially Catholic schools, cc. 631-639.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0631;
 

Canon 0632;
 

Canon 0633;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 633 is referenced in Canon 627.
 

Canon 0634;
 

Canon 0635;
 

Canon 0636;
 

Canon 0637;
 

Canon 0638;
 

Canon 0639;

 

 

Title XV, Chap. 3, Article 2, Catholic universities, cc. 640-645.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0640;
 

Canon 0641;
 

Canon 0642;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 642 is referenced in Canon 644.
 

Canon 0643;
 

Canon 0644;
 

Canon 0645;

 

 

Title XV, Chap. 3, Article 3, Ecclesiastical universities and faculties, cc 646-650.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 646-650 are referenced in Canon 640.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0646;
 

Canon 0647;
 

Canon 0648;
 

Canon 0649;
 

Canon 0650;

 

 

Title XV, Chapter 4, Instruments of social communication and specifically books, cc. 651-666.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0651;
 

Canon 0652;
 

Canon 0653;
 

Canon 0654;
 

Canon 0655;
 

Canon 0656;
 

Canon 0657;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 657 is referenced in Canon 668.
 

Canon 0658;
 

Canon 0659;
 

Canon 0660;
 

Canon 0661;
 

Canon 0662;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 662 is referenced in Canons 657, 660.
 

Canon 0663;
 

Canon 0664;
 

Canon 0665;
 

Canon 0666;

 

 

Title XVI, Divine worship and especially sacraments, cc. 667-895.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

 ― Dicasterial

 

 • Congregation for Eastern Churches (Silvestrini), instr. Applying the Liturgical Prescriptions of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches (6 jan 1996), (Libreria Editrice Vaticana) 91 pp. ▪ On-line here. /bis.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0667;
 

Canon 0668;
 

Canon 0669;
 

Canon 0670;
 

Canon 0671;
 

Canon 0672;
 

Canon 0673;
 

Canon 0674;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 1, Baptism, cc. 675-691.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0675;
 

Canon 0676;
 

Canon 0677;
 

Canon 0678;
 

Canon 0679;
 

Canon 0680;
 

Canon 0681;
 

Canon 0682;
 

Canon 0683;
 

Canon 0684;
 

Canon 0685;
 

Canon 0686;
 

Canon 0687;
 

Canon 0688;
 

Canon 0689;
 

Canon 0690;
 

Canon 0691;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 2, Chrismation with Holy Maron, cc. 692-697.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0692;
 

Canon 0693;
 

Canon 0694;
 

Canon 0695;
 

Canon 0696;
 

Canon 0697;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 3, Divine Eucharist, cc. 698-717.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 715-717 are referenced in Canon 291.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0698;
 

Canon 0699;
 

Canon 0700;
 

Canon 0701;
 

Canon 0702;
 

Canon 0703;
 

Canon 0704;
 

Canon 0705;
 

Canon 0706;
 

Canon 0707;
 

Canon 0708;
 

Canon 0709;
 

Canon 0710;
 

Canon 0711;
 

Canon 0712;
 

Canon 0713;
 

Canon 0714;
 

Canon 0715;
 

Canon 0716;
 

Canon 0717;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 4, Sacrament of Penance, cc. 718-736.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0718;
 

Canon 0719;
 

Canon 0720;
 

Canon 0721;
 

Canon 0722;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 722 is referenced in Canon 726.
 

Canon 0723;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 723 is referenced in Canon 724.

 

Canon 0724;
 

Canon 0725;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 725 is referenced in Canons 395, 1433.

 

Canon 0726;
 

Canon 0727;
 

Canon 0728;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 728 is referenced in Canons 1450, 1456, 1457.

 

Canon 0729;
 

Canon 0730;
 

Canon 0731;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 731 is referenced in Canon 1454.

 

Canon 0732;
 

Canon 0733;
 

Canon 0734;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 734 is referenced in Canon 336.


 

Canon 0735;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 735 is referenced in Canon 395.


 

Canon 0736;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 5, Anointing of the Sick, cc. 737-742.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0737;
 

Canon 0738;
 

Canon 0739;
 

Canon 0740;
 

Canon 0741;
 

Canon 0742;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 6, Sacred Ordination, cc. 743-775.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0743;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Article 1, Minister of sacred ordination, cc. 744-753.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0744;
 

Canon 0745;
 

Canon 0746;
 

Canon 0747;

Canon 0748;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 748 is referenced in Canon 752.

Canon 0749;
 

Canon 0750;
 

Canon 0751;
 

Canon 0752;
 

Canon 0753;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Article 2, Subject of ordination, cc. 754-772.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0754;
 

Canon 0755;
 

Canon 0756;
 

Canon 0757;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Art 2, No. 1, Requirement for candidates for sacred ordination, cc. 758-761.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0758;
 

Canon 0759;
 

Canon 0760;
 

Canon 0761;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 761 is referenced in Canon 769.

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Art. 2, No. 2, Impediments from receiving or exercising sacred orders, cc. 762-768.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0762;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 762 is referenced in Canons 758, 763, 767, 768.
 

Canon 0763;
 

Canon 0764;
 

Canon 0765;
 

Canon 0766;
 

Canon 0767;
 

Canon 0768;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Article 3, Things which must precede sacred ordination, cc. 769-772.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0769;
 

Canon 0770;
 

Canon 0771;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 771 is referenced in Canon 769.
 

Canon 0772;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 6, Article 4, Time, place, registration and certification of sacred ordination, cc. 773-775.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0773;
 

Canon 0774;
 

Canon 0775;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 7, Marriage, cc. 776-866.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

― Scholarly

 

 • Victor Pospishil (Austrian/American priest, 1915-2006), Eastern Catholic Marriage Law (Saint Maron Publications, 1991) 532 pp.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0776;
 

Canon 0777;
 

Canon 0778;
 

Canon 0779;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 779 is referenced in Canon 803.
 

Canon 0780;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 780 is referenced in Canon 781.
 

Canon 0781;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 1, Pastoral care and things which must precede celebration of marriage, cc. 783-789.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0782;
 

Canon 0783;
 

Canon 0784;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 784 is referenced in Canon 1372.

 

Canon 0785;
 

Canon 0786;
 

Canon 0787;
 

Canon 0788;
 

Canon 0789;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 2, Diriment impediments in general, cc. 790-799.

 

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Western note: CCEO 790-799 are substantially similar to CIC 1073-1082.
 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0790; impediments render persons unqualified for marriage; ─
 

Canon 0791; provable impediments are public, others occult; ─
 

Canon 0792; authority to declare matrimonial prohibitions or impediments; ─
 

Canon 0793; customs introducing or negating impediments are reprobated; ─
 

Canon 0794; prohibition of marriage for liceity and validity; ─
 

Canon 0795; basic provisions on dispensation, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 795 is referenced in Canon 797.
 

Canon 0796; dispensations in danger of death, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 796 is referenced in Canons 797, 798.
 

Canon 0797; last-minute ('omnia parata') dispensations, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 797 is referenced in Canon 798.
 

Canon 0798; notification concerning external forum dispensation; ─
 

Canon 0799; notation of some internal forum dispensation to be noted to in secret archives; ─

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 3, Impediments specifically, cc. 800-812.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 0800;
 

Canon 0801;

Canon 0802;

Canon 0803;

Canon 0804;

Canon 0805;

Canon 0806;

Canon 0807;

Canon 0808;

Canon 0809;

Canon 0810;

Canon 0811;

Canon 0812;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 4, Mixed marriages, cc. 813-816.

 

In addition to considering possible parallels in the proto-codifications of Eastern canon law (info here) and discussions in the six pan-textual commentaries on Eastern law listed at the head of this table, and along with possible materials identified in Canon Law Abstracts (here) and/or CLSA Advisory Opinions (here), the following items should be noted by those researching this area of law:

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0813;

Canon 0814;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 814 is referenced in Canons 789, 803, 852.

Canon 0815;

Canon 0816;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 5, Matrimonial consent, cc. 817-827.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0817;

Canon 0818;

Canon 0819;

Canon 0820;

Canon 0821;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 821 is referenced in Canon 801.

Canon 0822;

Canon 0823;

Canon 0824;

Canon 0825;

Canon 0826;

Canon 0827;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 6, Form for the celebration of marriage, 828-842.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0828;

Canon 0829;

Canon 0830;

Canon 0831;

Canon 0832;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 832 is referenced in Canon 796.

Canon 0833;

Canon 0834;

Canon 0835;

Canon 0836;

Canon 0837;

Canon 0838;

Canon 0839;

Canon 0840;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 840 is referenced in Canon 296.

Canon 0841;

Canon 0842;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Article 7, Convalidation of marriage, cc 843-852.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Art. 7, No. 1, Simple convalidation, cc. 843-847.

 

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Western note: CCEO 843-847 are virtually identical to CIC 1156-1160.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0843; prerequisites and renewal of consent for convalidation; ─

Canon 0844; renewal of consent as an act of the will; ─

Canon 0845; renewal of consent based on nature of impediment; ─

Canon 0846; renewal of consent based on problems with original consent; ─

Canon 0847; renewal of consent according to form based on defect of original form; ─

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Art. 7, No. 2, Radical sanation, cc. 848-852.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0848;

Canon 0849;

Canon 0850;

Canon 0851;

Canon 0852;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Art. 8, Separation of spouses, cc. 853-866.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Art. 8, No. 1, Dissolution of the bond, cc. 853-862.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0853;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 853 is referenced in Canon 860.

Canon 0854;

Canon 0855;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 855 is referenced in Canon 857.


Canon 0856;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 856 is referenced in Canon 857.

Canon 0857;

Canon 0858;

Canon 0859;

Canon 0860;

Canon 0861;

Canon 0862;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 7, Art. 8, No. 2, Separation while the bond endures, cc. 863-866.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0863;

Canon 0864;

Canon 0865;

Canon 0866;

 

 

Title XVI, Chapter 8, Sacramentals, Sacred Times and Places, Veneration of the Saints Vow, and Oath, cc. 867-895.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Article 1, Sacramentals, cc. 867.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0867;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Article 2, Sacred Places, cc. 868-879.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0868;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Art. 2, No. 1, Churches, cc. 869-873.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0869;

Canon 0870;

Canon 0871;

Canon 0872;

Canon 0873;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Art. 2, No. 2, Cemeteries and ecclesiastical funerals, cc. 874-879.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0874;

Canon 0875;

Canon 0876;

Canon 0877;

Canon 0878;

Canon 0879;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Article 3, Feast days and days of penance, cc. 880-883.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0880;

Canon 0881;

Canon 0882;

Canon 0883;

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Article 4, Veneration of the saints, sacred images, and relics, cc. 884-888.

 

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Western note: CCEO 884-886 are virtually identical to CIC 1186-1188; CCEO 887 is substantially the same as CIC 1189-1190; CCEO 888 is virtually identical to CIC 1190.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 0884; introduction to veneration of Mary and the saints; ─

Canon 0885; public veneration restricted to blesseds and saints; ─

Canon 0886; moderation in use of images in churches; ─

Canon 0887; respect for relics and images and restrictions on repair of certain precious objects, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 887 is referenced in Canon 888.

Canon 0888; respect for relics and images; ─

 

 

Title XVI, Chap. 8, Article 5, A Vow and an Oath, cc. 889-895.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0889;

Canon 0890;

Canon 0891;

Canon 0892;

Canon 0893;

Canon 0894;

Canon 0895;

 

 

Title XVII, Baptized Non-Catholics Coming into Full Communion with the Catholic Church, cc. 896-901.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 0896;

Canon 0897;

Canon 0898;

Canon 0899;

Canon 0900;
 

Canon 0901;

 

 

Title XVIII, Ecumenism or Fostering the Unity of Christians, cc. 902-908.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0902;
 

Canon 0903;
 

Canon 0904;
 

Canon 0905;
 

Canon 0906;
 

Canon 0907;
 

Canon 0908;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 908 is referenced in Canon 593.

 

 

Title XIX, Persons and Juridic Acts, cc. 909-935.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XIX, Chapter 1, Persons, cc. 909-930.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XIX, Chap. 1, Article 1, Physical Persons, cc. 909-919.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0909;
 

Canon 0910;
 

Canon 0911;
 

Canon 0912;
 

Canon 0913;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 913 is referenced in Canon 017.
 

Canon 0914;
 

Canon 0915;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 915 is referenced in Canon 917.
 

Canon 0916;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 916 is referenced in Canon 147.
 

Canon 0917;
 

Canon 0918;
 

Canon 0919;

 

 

Title XIX, Chap. 1, Article 2, Juridic persons, cc. 920-930.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0920;
 

Canon 0921;
 

Canon 0922;
 

Canon 0923;
 

Canon 0924;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 924 is referenced in Canon 107.
 

Canon 0925;
 

Canon 0926;
 

Canon 0927;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 927 is referenced in Canon 583.
 

Canon 0928;
 

Canon 0929;
 

Canon 0930;

 

 

Title XIX, Chapter 2, Juridic acts, cc. 931-935.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0931;
 

Canon 0932;
 

Canon 0933;
 

Canon 0934;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 934 is referenced in Canon 422.
 

Canon 0935;

 

 

Title XX, Offices, cc. 936-978.

 

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Western note: CCEO 936 is substantially similar to CIC 145; CCEO 937 is unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0936; definition of and scope of authority within ecclesiastical office; ─
 

Canon 0937; establishment of office requires supplying it with necessitates; ─

 

 

Title XX, Chapter 1, Canonical provision for offices, cc. 938-964.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0938;
 

Canon 0939;
 

Canon 0940;
 

Canon 0941;
 

Canon 0942;
 

Canon 0943;
 

Canon 0944;
 

Canon 0945;

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 1, Article 1, Election, cc. 947-960.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 947-960 are referenced in Canons 443, 515.

 • Canons 947-957 are referenced in Canons 67, 181.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0946;
 

Canon 0947;
 

Canon 0948;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 948 is referenced in Canon 934.


 

Canon 0949;
 

Canon 0950;
 

Canon 0951;
 

Canon 0952;
 

Canon 0953;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 953 is referenced in Canons 102, 164.
 

Canon 0954;
 

Canon 0955;
 

Canon 0956;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 956 is referenced in Canon 924.
 

Canon 0957;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 957 is referenced in Canon 964.
 

Canon 0958;
 

Canon 0959;
 

Canon 0960;

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 1, Article 2, Postulation, cc. 961-964.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0961;
 

Canon 0962;
 

Canon 0963;
 

Canon 0964;

 

 

Title XX, Chapter 2, Loss of office, cc. 965-966.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0965;
 

Canon 0966;

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 2, Article 1, Resignation, cc. 967-971.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0967;
 

Canon 0968;
 

Canon 0969;
 

Canon 0970;
 

Canon 0971;

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 2, Article 2, Transfer, cc. 972-973.

 

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Western note: CCEO 972-973 are virtually identical to CIC 190-191.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0972; authority and process for making transfer; ─
 

Canon 0973; prior office becomes vacant upon possession of latter office; ─

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 2, Article 3, Removal, cc. 974-977.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0974;
 

Canon 0975;

 

 ― Papal

 

 • Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Come una madre (4 jun 2016), AAS 108 (2016) 715-717. ▪ English trans. here. / Synopsis: Factors warranting and procedures to be followed in removing dbb or eparch from office. / Cites: CIC 0193, 0368; CCEO 0313, 0975. /bis.

 

Canon 0976;
 

Canon 0977;

 

 

Title XX, Chap. 2, Article 4, Privation, cc. 978.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0978;

 

 

Title XXI, Power of governance, cc. 979-995.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0979;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 979 is referenced in Canon 441.
 

Canon 0980;
 

Canon 0981;
 

Canon 0982;
 

Canon 0983;
 

Canon 0984;
 

Canon 0985;
 

Canon 0986;
 

Canon 0987;
 

Canon 0988;
 

Canon 0989;
 

Canon 0990;
 

Canon 0991;
 

Canon 0992;
 

Canon 0993;
 

Canon 0994;
 

Canon 0995;

 

 

Title XXII, Recourse against administrative decrees, cc. 996-1006.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 996-1006 are referenced in Canon 1055.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 0996;
 

Canon 0997;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 997 is referenced in Canon 999.
 

Canon 0998;
 

Canon 0999;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 999 is referenced in Canon 1000.

 

Canon 1000;
 

Canon 1001;
 

Canon 1002;
 

Canon 1003;
 

Canon 1004;
 

Canon 1005;
 

Canon 1006;

 

 

Title XXIII, Temporal goods of the Church, cc. 1007-1054.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1007-1054 are referenced in Canons 425, 582.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1007;
 

Canon 1008;
 

Canon 1009;

 

 

Title XXIII, Chapter 1, Acquisition of temporal goods, 1010-1021.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1010;
 

Canon 1011;
 

Canon 1012;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1012 is referenced in Canon 314.
 

Canon 1013;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1013 is referenced in Canons 716, 878.
 

Canon 1014;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1014is referenced in Canon 341.


 

Canon 1015;
 

Canon 1016;
 

Canon 1017;
 

Canon 1018;
 

Canon 1019;
 

Canon 1020;
 

Canon 1021;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1021 is referenced in Canons 390, 1047.

 

 

Title XXIII, Chap. 2, Administration of ecclesiastical goods, cc. 1022-1033.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1022;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1022 is referenced in Canon 97.
 

Canon 1023;
 

Canon 1024;
 

Canon 1025;
 

Canon 1026;
 

Canon 1027;
 

Canon 1028;
 

Canon 1029;
 

Canon 1030;
 

Canon 1031;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1031 is referenced in Canon 1051.
 

Canon 1032;
 

Canon 1033;

 

 

Title XXIII, Chap. 3, Contracts and especially alienation, cc. 1034-1042.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1035-1041 are referenced in Canons 887, 1042.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1034;
 

Canon 1035;
 

Canon 1036;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1036 is referenced in Canons 1037, 1041.
 

Canon 1037;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1037 is referenced in Canons 888, 1041.

 

Canon 1038;
 

Canon 1039;
 

Canon 1040;
 

Canon 1041;
 

Canon 1042;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1042 is referenced in Canon 1016.

 

 

Title XXIII, Chap. 4, Pious wills and foundations, cc. 1043-1054.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1044-1046 are referenced in Canon 1051.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1043;
 

Canon 1044;
 

Canon 1045;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1045 is referenced in Canons 1044, 1046.
 

Canon 1046;
 

Canon 1047;
 

Canon 1048;
 

Canon 1049;
 

Canon 1050;
 

Canon 1051;
 

Canon 1052;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1052 is referenced in Canons 1053, 1054.
 

Canon 1053;
 

Canon 1054;

 

 

Title XXIV, Trials in general, cc. 1055-1184.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1055;
 

Canon 1056;
 

Canon 1057;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 1, Competent forum, cc. 1058-1086.

 

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Canon 1058;
 

Canon 1059;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1059 is referenced in Canon 1062.
 

Canon 1060;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1060 is referenced in Canon 1072.
 

Canon 1061;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1061 is referenced in Canon 1072.
 

Canon 1062;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1062 is referenced in Canons 109, 1066, 1072, 1107.
 

Canon 1063;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1063 is referenced in Canons 1061, 1072.
 

Canon 1064;
 

Canon 1065;
 

Canon 1066;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1066 is referenced in Canon 1060.
 

Canon 1067;
 

Canon 1068;
 

Canon 1069;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1069 is referenced in Canon 1340.
 

Canon 1070;
 

Canon 1071;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1071 is referenced in Canons1239, 1350.
 

Canon 1072;
 

Canon 1073;
 

Canon 1074;
 

Canon 1075;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1075 is referenced in Canon 1079.
 

Canon 1076;
 

Canon 1077;
 

Canon 1078;
 

Canon 1079;
 

Canon 1080;
 

Canon 1081;
 

Canon 1082;
 

Canon 1083;
 

Canon 1084;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1084 is referenced in Canons 138, 1085, 1304.
 

Canon 1085;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 2, Officers of tribunal, cc. 1086-1102.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXIV, Chap. 2, Article 1, Judicial vicar, judges, and auditors, cc. 1086-1093.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1086;
 

Canon 1087;
 

Canon 1088;
 

Canon 1089;
 

Canon 1090;
 

Canon 1091;
 

Canon 1092;
 

Canon 1093;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chap. 2, Article 2, Promoter of justice, defender of the bond, and notary, cc. 1094-1101.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1094-1011 are virtually identical to CIC 1430-1437.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1094; role of promoter of justice; ─
 

Canon 1095; bishops can determine whether public good is at issue in a case; ─
 

Canon 1096; defender of the bond; ─
 

Canon 1097; possible invalidity of acts if promoter and/or defender were improperly excluded, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1097 is referenced in Canon 1382.

 

Canon 1098; participation in process by promoter and/or defender; ─
 

Canon 1099; qualifications of defenders of the bond and promoters of justice, as follows:

 

 ― Dicasterial ―

 

 • Cong. for Catholic Education (Grocholewski), decr. Novo Codice (2 sep 2002), AAS 95 (2003) 281-285. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Synopsis: Augmenting course of studies required for ecclesiastical degrees in canon law. /bis. =?
 

Canon 1100; eligibility for service by promoter and/or defender; ─
 

Canon 1101; participation by notary required for validity of acts; ─

 

 

Title XXIV, Chap. 2, Article 3, officer of tribunals chosen from various eparchies or Church 'sui iuris', cc. 1102.

 

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Western note: Although CCEO 1102 treats a question not raised under Western law, there seems no reason why Western tribunals could not also receive the services from qualified persons belonging to Eastern Churches.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1102; tribunal officers may be chosen from any Church 'sui iuris'; ─

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 3, Obligation of judges and other judicial officers, cc. 1103-1116.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1103;
 

Canon 1104;
 

Canon 1105;
 

Canon 1106;
 

Canon 1107;
 

Canon 1108;
 

Canon 1109;
 

Canon 1110;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1110 is referenced in Canon 1351.
 

Canon 1111;
 

Canon 1112;
 

Canon 1113;
 

Canon 1114;
 

Canon 1115;
 

Canon 1116;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 4, Order of adjudication, cc. 1117-1123.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1117;
 

Canon 1118;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1118 is referenced in Canon 1348.
 

Canon 1119;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1119 is referenced in Canon 1348.
 

Canon 1120;
 

Canon 1121;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1121 is referenced in Canon 1348.
 

Canon 1122;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1122 is referenced in Canon 1348.

Canon 1123;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 5, Time limits, delays, and place of trial, cc 1124-1128.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1124;

Canon 1125;

Canon 1126;

Canon 1127;

Canon 1128;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1128 is referenced in Canon 1239.

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 6, Persons to be admitted to trials and manner of assembling and preserving acts, cc. 1129-1133.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1129-1132 are virtually identical to CIC 1470-1473; CCEO 1133 treats some of the same matters treated in CIC 1475.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1129; access to and conduct during trials; ─

Canon 1130; use of interpreters in trial; ─

Canon 1131; acts of the case to be put into writing and authenticated; ─

Canon 1132; provisions when persons cannot or will not sign acts; ─

Canon 1133; disposition of acts and other document generated during trial; ─

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 7. Petitioner and respondent, cc. 1134-1138.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1134-1137 are virtually identical to CIC 1476-1479; CCEO 1138 treats the same matter as CIC 1480.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1134; anyone can serve as petitioner, respondents must respond; ─

Canon 1135; parties must be present even if represented; ─


Canon 1136; participation by and representation of minors and diminished capacity persons; ─

Canon 1137; civil guardian can be appointed to serve canonically or new one can be used; ─

 

Canon 1138; how juridic persons stand trial, possible need for additional consent ; ─

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 8, procurators and advocates, cc. 1139-1148.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1139;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1139 is referenced in Canon 1200.

Canon 1140;

Canon 1141;

Canon 1142;

Canon 1143;

Canon 1144;

Canon 1145;

Canon 1146;

Canon 1147;

Canon 1148;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 9, Actions and exceptions, cc. 1149-1163.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1149;

Canon 1150;

Canon 1151;

Canon 1152;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1152 is referenced in Canons 1153, 1541.


Canon 1153;

Canon 1154;

Canon 1155;

Canon 1156;

Canon 1157;

Canon 1158;

Canon 1159;

Canon 1160;

Canon 1161;

Canon 1162;

Canon 1163;

 

 

Title XXIV, Chapter 10, Methods of avoiding trial, cc. 1164-1184.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXIV, Chap. 10, Article 1, Settlement, cc. 1164-1167.

 

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Western notes: CCEO 1164 treats the same matter as CIC 1714; CCEO 1165 is substantially the same as CIC 1715; CCEO 1166-1167 are unique to Eastern law.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1164; civil law on settlements is to be observed; ─

Canon 1165; restrictions on settlements; ─

Canon 1166; generally each party to a settlement pays one-half of the expenses; ─

Canon 1167; settlement negotiations should normally not be carried out by judges; ─

 

 

Title XXIV, Chap. 10, Article 2, Compromise by arbitrators, cc. 1168-1184.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1168;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1168 is referenced in Canon 1171.

Canon 1169;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1169 is referenced in Canon 1171.

Canon 1170;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1170 is referenced in Canon 1171.

Canon 1171;

Canon 1172;

Canon 1173;

Canon 1174;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1174 is referenced in Canon 1175.

Canon 1175;

Canon 1176;

Canon 1177;

Canon 1178;

Canon 1179;

Canon 1180;

Canon 1181;

Canon 1182;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1182 is referenced in Canon 1181.

Canon 1183;

Canon 1184;

 

 

Title XXV, Contentious trials, cc. 1185-1356.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXV, Chapter 1, Ordinary contentious trial, cc. 1185-1342.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1, Article 1, Introductory petition of suit, cc. 1185-1189.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1185-1189 are substantially the same as 83 CIC 1501-1506.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1185; petitioners must submit a petition, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1185 is referenced in Canon 1472.


Canon 1186; judge can accept oral petition, but it must be reduced to writing; ─

Canon 1187; requirements in a petition, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1187 is referenced in Canons 1188, 1344, 1472.

Canon 1188; limited bases for rejection of petition; ─

Canon 1189; express or tacit acceptance of petition, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1189 is referenced in Canon 1190.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Article 2, Citation and communication or notification of judicial acts, cc. 1190-1194.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1190-1194 are virtually identical to 83 CIC 1507-1512.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1190; citation of parties to case, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1190 is referenced in Canon 1272.

Canon 1191; communication of citation and basic information to be sent to respondent, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1191 is referenced in Canon 1363.


Canon 1192; method and recordation of notifications, as follows:

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1192 is referenced in Canon 1298.

Canon 1193; possible nullity of acts if citation fails; ─

 

Canon 1194; five procedural consequences of citation; ─

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Article 3, Joinder of issues, cc. 1195-1198.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1195-1198 are virtually identical to 83 CIC 1513-1516.

 

► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1195; terms of case fixed at joinder, options for talks with parties;

 

Canon 1196; limited changes to term of case after joinder; ─

 

Canon 1197; effect of joinder on possession of property; ─

 

Canon 1198; after joinder judge sets time for instruction of case; ─

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Article 4, Suspension, abatement and renunciation of the suit, cc. 1199-1206.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

Canon 1199;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1199 is referenced in Canon 1361.


Canon 1200;

Canon 1201;

Canon 1202;

Canon 1203;

Canon 1204;

Canon 1205;

Canon 1206;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1206 is referenced in Canon 1317.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Article 5, Proofs (evidence), cc.1207-1266.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 1207;

Canon 1208;

Canon 1209;

Canon 1210;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 1, Declaration of the parties, cc. 1211-1219.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.


Canon 1211;

Canon 1212;

Canon 1213;

Canon 1214;

Canon 1215;
 

Canon 1216;
 

Canon 1217;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1217 is referenced in Canon 1365.
 

Canon 1218;
 

Canon 1219;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 2, Proof by documents, cc. 1220-1227.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1220;
 

Canon 1221;
 

Canon 1222;
 

Canon 1223;
 

Canon 1224;
 

Canon 1225;
 

Canon 1226;
 

Canon 1227;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 3, witnesses and testimonies, cc. 1228-1229.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1228;
 

Canon 1229;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1229 is referenced in Canon 1227.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 3 (a), Those who can be witnesses, cc. 1230-1231.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1230;
 

Canon 1231;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1231 is referenced in Canons 1229, 1236.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 3 (b), Introduction and exclusion of witnesses, 1232-1238.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1232;
 

Canon 1233;
 

Canon 1234;
 

Canon 1235;
 

Canon 1236;
 

Canon 1237;
 

Canon 1238;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 3 (c), examination of witnesses, cc. 1239-1252.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1239;
 

Canon 1240;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1240 is referenced in Canon 1364.

 

Canon 1241;
 

Canon 1242;
 

Canon 1243;
 

Canon 1244;
 

Canon 1245;
 

Canon 1246;
 

Canon 1247;
 

Canon 1248;
 

Canon 1249;
 

Canon 1250;
 

Canon 1251;
 

Canon 1252;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 3 (d), Trustworthiness of testimonies, cc. 1253-1254.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1253;
 

Canon 1254;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 4, Experts, cc. 1255-1262.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1255;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1255 is referenced in Canon 1366.
 

Canon 1256;
 

Canon 1257;
 

Canon 1258;
 

Canon 1259;
 

Canon 1260;
 

Canon 1261;
 

Canon 1262;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 5, Access and judicial recognizance, cc. 1263-1264.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1263;
 

Canon 1264;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 5, No. 6, Presumptions, cc. 1265-1266.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1265;
 

Canon 1266;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 6, Incidental cases, cc. 1267-1271.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1267;
 

Canon 1268;

Canon 1269;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1269 is referenced in Canon 1290.

Canon 1270;
 

Canon 1271;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 6, No. 1, Parties who do not appear in court, cc. 1272-1275.

 

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Canon 1272;
 

Canon 1273;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1273 is referenced in Canons 1274, 1304.
 

Canon 1274;
 

Canon 1275;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 6, No. 2, Intervention of a third party in a case, cc. 1276-1277.

 

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► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1276;
 

Canon 1277;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 6, No. 3, Attempts to a pending suit, cc. 1278-1280.

 

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Canon 1278;
 

Canon 1279;
 

Canon 1280;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 7, Publication of the acts, conclusion of the case, and discussion, cc. 1281-1289.

 

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Canon 1281;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1283 is referenced in Canon 1283.
 

Canon 1282;
 

Canon 1283;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1283 is referenced in Canons 1110, 1273, 1292, 1320, 1351.
 

Canon 1284;
 

Canon 1285;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1285 is referenced in Canon 1288.
 

Canon 1286;
 

Canon 1287;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1287 is referenced in Canon 1288.
 

Canon 1288;
 

Canon 1289;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 8, Pronouncements of the judge, 1290-1301.

 

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Canon 1290;
 

Canon 1291;
 

Canon 1292;
 

Canon 1293;
 

Canon 1294;
 

Canon 1295;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1295 is referenced in Canon 1299.
 

Canon 1296;
 

Canon 1297;
 

Canon 1298;
 

Canon 1299;
 

Canon 1300;
 

Canon 1301;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Article 9, Challenge of sentence, cc. 1302-1321.

 

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► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 9, No. 1, Complaint of nullity against sentence, cc. 1302-1308.

 

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Canon 1302;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1302 is referenced in Canon 1304.
 

Canon 1303;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1303 is referenced in Canons 1302, 1307, 1341.
 

Canon 1304;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1304 is referenced in Canons 1302, 1307, 1341.
 

Canon 1305;
 

Canon 1306;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1306 is referenced in Canon 1310.
 

Canon 1307;
 

Canon 1308;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 9, No. 2, Appeal, cc. 1309-1321.

 

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 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1309-1321 are referenced in Canon 1483.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1309;
 

Canon 1310;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1310 is referenced in Canon 1309.
 

Canon 1311;
 

Canon 1312;
 

Canon 1313;
 

Canon 1314;
 

Canon 1315;
 

Canon 1316;
 

Canon 1317;
 

Canon 1318;
 

Canon 1319;
 

Canon 1320;
 

Canon 1321;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 10, Settle matters, set-aside, and opposition of a third party, cc. 1322-1333.

 

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Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 10, No. 1, Settled matters, cc. 1322-1325.

 

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Canon 1322;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1322 is referenced in Canon 1182.
 

Canon 1323;
 

Canon 1324;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1324 is referenced in Canon 1322.
 

Canon 1325;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1325 is referenced in Canon 1370.

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 10, No. 2, Set-aside, cc. 1326-1329.

 

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Canon 1326;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1326 is referenced in Canons 1283, 1327, 1341.
 

Canon 1327;
 

Canon 1328;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1328 is referenced in Canon 1337.
 

Canon 1329;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 10, No. 3, Opposition of a third party, cc. 1330-1333.

 

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Canon 1330;
 

Canon 1331;
 

Canon 1332;
 

Canon 1333;

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 11, Court expenses and gratuitous legal assistance, cc. 1334-1336.

 

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Canon 1334;
 

Canon 1335;
 

Canon 1336;

 

 

 ― Papal

 

 • John Paul II (reg. 1978-2005), m.p. Ad tuendam fidem (18 mai 1998), AAS 90 (1998) 457-461. ▪ Eng. on-line here. / Cites: CCEO 0598, 1336; CIC 0747, 0750, 0752, 0833, 1364, 1371. /bis.

 

 

 

Title XXV, Chap. 1 Art. 12, execution of sentence, cc. 1337-1342.

 

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Canon 1337;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1337 is referenced in Canon 1325.
 

Canon 1338;
 

Canon 1339;
 

Canon 1340;
 

Canon 1341;

 

Canon 1342;

 

 

Title XXV, Chapter 2, Summary contentious process, 1343-1356.

 

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Canon 1343;
 

Canon 1344;
 

Canon 1345;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1345 is referenced in Canon 1347.
 

Canon 1346;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1346 is referenced in Canon 1347,
 

Canon 1347;
 

Canon 1348;
 

Canon 1349;
 

Canon 1350;
 

Canon 1351;
 

Canon 1352;
 

Canon 1353;
 

Canon 1354;
 

Canon 1355;
 

Canon 1356;

 

 

Title XXVI, Certain special procedures, cc. 1357-1400.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXVI, Chapter 1, Matrimonial procedures, cc. 1357-1384.

 

 

Francis (reg. 2013-), m.p. Mitis et misericors (15 aug 2015), AAS 107 (2015) 946-957. ▪ Eng. trans. here.

 

 

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon. No canons are assigned to this heading.

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Article 1, Cases declaring the nullity of marriage, cc. 1357-1377.

 

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Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 1, The competent forum, cc. 1357-1359.

 

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Canon 1357;
 

Canon 1358;

 

Canon 1359;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1359 is referenced in Canon 1380.

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 2, Right to challenge a marriage, cc. 1360-1361.

 

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Canon 1360;
 

Canon 1361;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 3, Obligations of the judge and tribunal, cc. 1362-1363.

 

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Canon 1362;
 

Canon 1363;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 4, Proofs (evidence), cc. 1364-1367.

 

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Canon 1364;
 

Canon 1365;
 

Canon 1366;
 

Canon 1367;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 5, Sentence and appeal, cc. 1368-1371.

 

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Canon 1368;
 

Canon 1369;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1369 is referenced in Canon 1320.
 

Canon 1370;
 

Canon 1371;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 6, Documentary process, cc. 1372-1374.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1372-1374 are referenced in Canon 1084.

 

► Topics by canon.

 

Canon 1372;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1372 is referenced in Canon 1373.

 

Canon 1373;
 

Canon 1374;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 1, No. 7, General norms, cc. 1375-1377.

 

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Canon 1375;
 

Canon 1376;
 

Canon 1377;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Article 2, Separation of spouses, cc. 1378-1382.

 

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Canon 1378;
 

Canon 1379;
 

Canon 1380;
 

Canon 1381;
 

Canon 1382;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 3, Process for presumed death of spouse, c. 1383.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

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Canon 1383;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap.1, Art. 4, Dissolution of non-consummated marriage or favor of the faith cases, c. 1384.

 

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Canon 1384;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chapter 2, Declaring the nullity of ordination, cc. 1385-1387.

 

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► Topic in general. No entries.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1385;
 

Canon 1386;
 

Canon 1387;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chapter 3, Removal and transfer of pastors, cc. 1388-1400.

 

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Canon 1388;

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap. 3, Article 1, Procedure for removing pastors, cc. 1389-1396.

 

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► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1389-1396 are referenced in Canon 1388.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1389;
 

Canon 1390;
 

Canon 1391;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1391 is referenced in Canons 303, 310, 1394, 1399.

 

Canon 1392;
 

Canon 1393;
 

Canon 1394;
 

Canon 1395;
 

Canon 1396;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1396 is referenced in Canon 1400.

 

 

Title XXVI, Chap. 3, Article 2, Procedure for removing pastors, cc. 1397-1400.

 

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Western note: CCEO 1397-1400 are substantially similar to CIC 1748-1752.

 

► Topic in general.

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canons 1397-1400 are referenced in Canon 1388.

 

► Topics by canon.
 

Canon 1397; initial considerations in transfer of pastors; ─
 

Canon 1398; pastor's objections to be put into writing; ─
 

Canon 1399; episcopal consultation and issuance of episcopal decree of vacancy; ─
 

Canon 1400; referral to Canon 1396 and admonition about rights and equity; ─

 

 

Title XXVII, Penal sanctions in the Church, cc.1401-1467.

 

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Title XXVII, Chapter 1, Offenses and penalties in general, cc 1401-1435.

 

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► Topics by canon.

Canon 1401;

Canon 1402;

 

 ― Notes

 

 • Canon 1402 is referenced in Canons 1406, 1409, 1416.

Canon 1403;

 

 ― Notes

 

 •