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1. Bernadotte; Guzman ; y Altumada; de Veuster; Sarto, 2. G. K. Chesterton in " Chaucer." 3. One claiming to be Pope, in opposition to a true Pope canonically elected. There have been over 25 such, most of them notoriously false pretenders. 4. Titles given to the King of France and the King of Spain respectively. 5. The common law of the Church, or the " Codex Juris Canonici," which came into force in 1918. It binds only the Latin Church. 6. No, though it is now the common custom. He is only obliged to celebrate Mass several
times a year If he is a parish priest he must celebrate on Sunday and Holydays of Obligation so that the faithful may fulfil their obligation of hearing Mass.