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'''Can. 4.''' The CCEO neither degrades or abrogates treaties/pacts entered into by the Holy See with nations/political societies. Therefore, they still have their force, notwithstanding any prescriptions of the CCEO to the contrary.
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== The Rights and Obligations of All the Christian Faithful ==
 
The canons in this section are numbered 7-26.
 
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=== Churches Sui Iuris and Rites ===
 
Apart from the above-mentioned forms of church there are other ecclesiastical communities which are entrusted to a hierarch who presides in accordance with the norms of canon law. (CCEO. 174). The following Oriental Catholic churches are of this status: Belorussian Greek, Bulgarian Greek, Macedonian Greek, Greek Byzantine, Hungarian Greek, Italo-Albanian, Slovakian Greek, Byzantine Church of the Eparchy of Križvci, Albanian Byzantine, Russian Byzantine. Altogether there are 22 oriental sui iuris churches in within the Catholic communion.<ref name="scribd.com"/>
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=== The Supreme Authority of the Church ===
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=== The Patriarchal Churches ===
All organs of patriarchal church who collaborate in the administration of the Patriarchal church, including superior tribunal, moderator general of the administration of justice, a group of bishops for recourse, patriarchal procurator in Rome, Roman curial organs, curia of other patriarchal churches, etc.
(As far as the curia is concerned, it is the same for the Patriarchal and Major Archiepiscopal Churches)<ref>Dr. Francis Eluvathingal, Patriarchal and Major Archiepiscopal Churches in the Eastern Catholic Legislations based on CCEO Canon 114-125.</ref>
 
=== Metropolitan Churches and Other Churches Sui Iuris ===
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=== Eparchies and Bishops ===
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=== Exarchies and Exarchs ===
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=== Assemblies of Hierarchs of Several Churches Sui Iuris ===
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=== Clerics ===
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=== Lay Persons ===
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=== Monks and Other Religious as well as Members of Other Institutes of Consecrated Life ===
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=== Associations of the Christian Faithful ===
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=== Evangelization of Nations ===
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=== The Ecclesiastical Magisterium ===
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=== Divine Worship and Especially the Sacraments ===
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=== Baptized Non-Catholics Coming into Full Communion with the Catholic Church ===
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=== Ecumenism or Fostering the Unity of Christians ===
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=== Persons and Juridic Acts ===
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=== Offices ===
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=== The Power of Governance ===
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=== Recourse Against Administrative Decrees ===
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=== The Temporal Goods of the Church ===
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=== Trials in General ===
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=== The Contentious Trial ===
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=== Certain Special Procedures ===
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=== Penal Sanctions in the Church ===
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=== The Procedure for Imposing Penalties ===
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=== Law, Custom, and Administrative Acts ===
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=== Prescription and the Computation of Time ===
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==See also==