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 §2 In clerical pontifical Superiors have in addition the ecclesiastical power of governance, for both the external and the internal forum. §2 In clerical pontifical Superiors have in addition the ecclesiastical power of governance, for both the external and the internal forum.
  
-//​Legislative power pertains to general chapters, to a limited extent province chapters; executed by major superiors; Judicial power (theoretically). Why clerical pontifical? no practical difference, merely artificial. Ordinarii of canon 129.//+//​Legislative power pertains to general chapters, ​and to a limited extent ​to province chapters; executed by major superiors; Judicial power (theoretically). Why clerical pontifical? no practical difference, merely artificial. Ordinarii of canon 129.//
  
 §3 The provisions of canons 131, 133 and 137-144 apply to the authority mentioned in §1. §3 The provisions of canons 131, 133 and 137-144 apply to the authority mentioned in §1.
  
 //On delegation of power like ordinary. In error, church supplies power.// //On delegation of power like ordinary. In error, church supplies power.//
 +
 +  * The constantly shifting sands could be detected as, in 19 71, it was the opinion of the
 +De sacra hierarchia study group that it was the prerogative of the “supreme authority of the
 +Church” to determine precisely what jurisdictional power(s) could be granted to laity. ​
 +By 19 79, discussion again on what would eventually become canon 596 brought to
 +the fore the recognition that dominative power was not merely private power and that it was
 +possible for laity to participate in the power of governance. The resulting canon 596,
 +according to McDonough, represents a grant by the supreme authority of the Church, in the
 +Code of Canon Law, “of potestas regiminis executiva even to superiors of lay religious institutes
 +in those cases specified in law.” ​ Some would even concede, according to Andrés, that with
 +canon 596, §§ 1 and 3, “The Superiors and the Chapters of all the Religious Institutes of
 +Consecrated Life enjoy a power without name and without adjective in the Code, which
 +global definition consists in the universal law and in the Constitutions of every Religious
 +Institute of Consecrated Life.” ​
 +
  
 **Canon 597 Admission** §1 Every catholic with a right intention and the qualities required by universal law and the institute'​s law, and without impediment, may be admitted. §2 No one may be admitted without suitable preparation. //Thus far authority.//​ **Canon 597 Admission** §1 Every catholic with a right intention and the qualities required by universal law and the institute'​s law, and without impediment, may be admitted. §2 No one may be admitted without suitable preparation. //Thus far authority.//​
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