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Incardination and excardination - Wikipedia

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In the Roman Catholic Church, incardination refers to the situation of a member of the clergy being placed under the jurisdiction of a particular bishop or other ...

Protocol for the Incardination or Excardination of Deacons

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Protocol for the Incardination or Excardination of Deacons. ... The Council of Nicea forbade clerics from moving from one city to another, thus affirming the lasting ...

How Can a Priest Transfer to Another Diocese? - Canon Law Made ...

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Jul 31, 2014 ... I am a priest of Diocese X, and want to change my incardination--but my bishop refuses to excardinate me for no reason. Can he legally do ...

Code of Canon Law - IntraText

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265 Every cleric must be incardinated either in a particular church or ... a letter of excardination signed by the same bishop and a letter of incardination from the ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Incardination and Excardination

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Excardination is the full and perpetual transference of a given person from the jurisdiction of one bishop to that of another. Incardination is canonical and ...