Secretary General

From Vincentian Encyclopedia

4. Officers of the general curia

119. -- § 1. -- The secretary general, the treasurer general, and the procurator general at the Holy See are appointed by the superior general with the consent of his council, and may not be chosen from the number of assistants general. § 2.--They remain in office at the desire of the superior general with the consent of his council; by reason of their office they belong to the house of the general curia. § 3.--They can participate in the general council whenever called by the superior general, but without vote, except in the cases dealt with in the Statutes. § 4.--They participate in the General Assembly with the right to vote.

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