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1 Canons, 10 | 10~Monks are not to be received 2 Intro | the council of Rheims in 1148 (see canons 2, 11, 20-22) 3 Intro | and Emperor Frederick I (1152-1190) was brought to an 4 Intro | agreement reached at Venice in 1177, the bitter conflict which 5 Intro | was held at Rome in March 1179. About three hundred fathers 6 Intro | Pope Alexander III (1159-1181) and Emperor Frederick I ( 7 Intro | Emperor Frederick I (1152-1190) was brought to an end. 8 Canons, 12 | 12~Clerics in the subdiaconate 9 Intro | 626-633) and Bn (3, 1606, 1345-1350), though Su introduced 10 Intro | 633) and Bn (3, 1606, 1345-1350), though Su introduced some 11 Intro | the late 12th and early 13th century, and afterwards 12 Canons, 15 | 15~Although in duties of charity 13 Intro | 1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; 14 Intro | 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; 15 Intro | edition was made by Cr2 (2, 1551, 836-843). He edited, from 16 Intro | text was copied by Su (3, 1567, 626-633) and Bn (3, 1606, 17 Canons, 16 | 16~Since in every church what 18 Intro | 1567, 626-633) and Bn (3, 1606, 1345-1350), though Su introduced 19 Intro | The Roman editors (Rm 4, 1612, 27-33), using also the 20 Intro | Roman text, narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507- 21 Intro | ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 22 Intro | 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; 23 Intro | 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; Msi 24 Intro | 1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 25 Intro | 1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 26 Intro | published his edition in 1747, before Msi, is an exception. 27 Intro | 1730) 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. Boehmer, who published 28 Intro | unpublished Bonn dissertation of 1952, examined thoroughly the 29 Canons, 21 | 21~We decree that truces are 30 Intro | 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. Boehmer, who published 31 Intro | 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. Boehmer, who published 32 Canons, 24 | 24~Cruel avarice has so seized 33 Canons, 25 | 25~Nearly everywhere the crime 34 Canons, 26 | 26~Jews and Saracens are not 35 Intro | the codices Florence Ricc. 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck Univ. 36 Intro | 984, 12th century (fos. 2r-7v). We can say for certain 37 Intro | editors (Rm 4, 1612, 27-33), using also the manuscript 38 Intro | he concluded there were 34 different traditions! ~As 39 Intro | order of the canons; using 36 sources, he concluded there 40 Intro | 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. 41 Intro | 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. 42 Intro | text, narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523; 43 Intro | narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 44 Intro | hitherto) Vatican Regin. lat. 596, 12th century (fos. 6V-8v), 45 Intro | was copied by Su (3, 1567, 626-633) and Bn (3, 1606, 1345- 46 Intro | copied by Su (3, 1567, 626-633) and Bn (3, 1606, 1345-1350), 47 Intro | 596, 12th century (fos. 6V-8v), and 984, 12th century ( 48 Canons, 8 | 8~Let no ecclesiastical ministries 49 Intro | was made by Cr2 (2, 1551, 836-843). He edited, from a 50 Intro | made by Cr2 (2, 1551, 836-843). He edited, from a manuscript 51 Canons, 9 | 9~Since we ought both to plant 52 Intro | Day-book), Innsbruck Univ. 90 (Gratian's Decrees), and ( 53 Intro | century (fos. 6V-8v), and 984, 12th century (fos. 2r-7v). 54 Canons, 1 | receive the lot of Dathan and Abiron, who were swallowed up alive 55 Canons, 27 | the church, unless they abjure their pernicious society 56 Canons, 20 | Eugenius, we forbid those abominable jousts and fairs, which 57 Intro | the council were spread abroad through the whole Latin 58 Canons, 9 | doubtful points settled. We absolutely forbid that these orders 59 Canons, 26 | evidence of Christians is to be accepted against Jews in every case, 60 Canons, 4 | support himself and those accompanying him by his own hands, so 61 Intro | final session on 19 March. Accordingly, to avoid future schisms 62 Intro | Tarragona, produced a more accurate text and more variant readings. 63 Canons, 4 | such a grant those who were accustomed to use fewer horses should 64 Canons, 3 | God. But if any bishop has acted in anyone's interest contrary 65 Canons, 12 | that of their church, or acting on behalf of the helpless 66 Canons, 3 | or has consented to such actions, let him lose the power 67 Intro | who in a highly polished address praised the Roman pontiff 68 Intro | canons has not yet been adequately examined and remains very 69 Canons, 8 | persons who are able to administer them worthily. If the bishop, 70 Canons, 3 | confirmed, and he has the administration of ecclesiastical property, 71 Canons, 9 | of lay persons; that they admit those under excommunication 72 Canons, 25 | notorious usurers should not be admitted to communion of the altar 73 Canons, 6 | suspension, without any previous admonition on those who they think 74 Canons, 21 | sunrise on Monday, and from Advent until the octave of the 75 Canons, 12 | should not presume to become advocates in legal matters before 76 Canons, 19 | kind upon the churches and afflict them with so many exactions 77 | afterwards 78 Intro | typical council of the Middle Ages presided over by the Roman 79 Canons, 19 | laity are insufficient, aid should be given voluntarily 80 Canons, 27 | Gascony and the regions of Albi and Toulouse and in other 81 Canons, 2 | deprived of them. Moreover alienations or seizures of ecclesiastical 82 Canons, 1 | Abiron, who were swallowed up alive by the earth. Further, if 83 | almost 84 Canons, 9 | the brothers go to seek alms, and it is granted that 85 | always 86 Intro | evidence from chronicles and annals and especially from the 87 Canons, 3 | which have the care of souls annexed, let no one at all receive 88 Canons, 9 | so that while they are answerable to the bishops for the care 89 Intro | the manuscript codex of Antonio Augustine of Tarragona, 90 Canons, 16 | smaller and junior party, apart from an appeal, whatever 91 Intro | readings in the critical apparatus, and we have noted in footnotes 92 Canons, 19 | lamentation of Jeremiah seems to apply to them, The prince of provinces 93 Canons, 9 | to defend all who wish to approach and join their brotherhood. 94 Canons, 7 | increase the old or presume to appropriate to their own use part of 95 Canons, 27 | regard to the Brabanters, Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, Coterelli 96 Canons, 4 | Therefore we decree that archbishops on their visitations of 97 Canons, 17 | of the right of patronage arises among several persons, and 98 Intro | decretal collections in fact arose from this Lateran council 99 | around 100 Canons, 17 | scandal, let the bishop arrange in the manner that he sees 101 Canons, 9 | should be open on their arrival once a year and the divine 102 Canons, 6 | appear when the defendant has arrived, let him make a proper repayment 103 Canons, 4 | clear and reasonable, to ask for assistance moderated 104 Intro | About three hundred fathers assembled from the provinces of Europe 105 Canons, 5 | he needs until he shall assign him the suitable wages of 106 Intro | heard Rufinus, bishop of Assisi, who in a highly polished 107 Canons, 4 | and reasonable, to ask for assistance moderated by charity. For 108 Canons, 1 | support, let him in no way assume it, and let him be subject 109 Canons, 1 | nomination by the third party assumes the name of bishop, since 110 Intro | manuscript codex of Antonio Augustine of Tarragona, produced a 111 Canons, 21 | reason of any affection or aversion. For if anyone is found 112 Canons, 9 | interdicted by name, must be avoided by them and all others according 113 Canons, 10 | brethren, nor are they to await alone among people of the 114 Canons, 7 | blinded by avarice, are not aware that the longer an unhappy 115 Canons, 25 | should be compelled to give back what he has received, and 116 Intro | council, the collections of Bamberg, Berlin I, Canterbury I-II, 117 Intro | excommunicated and likewise were the bands of mercenaries, or rather 118 Canons, 4 | Let them not seek rich banquets but let them receive with 119 Canons, 27 | Brabanters, Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, Coterelli and Triaverdini 17 , 120 Intro | from the Greek church. It began on 5 March, according to 121 Canons, 12 | their church, or acting on behalf of the helpless who cannot 122 Canons, 6 | or subjects at their will being able to escape the correction 123 Canons, 7 | this is permitted in the belief that long standing custom 124 Canons, 19 | to be so great that they believe that where the means of 125 Intro | chronicles: those of Abbot Benedict of Peterborough, Gervase 126 Intro | collections of Bamberg, Berlin I, Canterbury I-II, Kassel, 127 | Besides 128 Canons, 15 | die intestate or wish to bestow them upon others. Besides, 129 Canons, 13 | is to lose his power of bestowing it. ~ 130 Canons, 7 | offering to the person who bestows them. Some think that this 131 Canons, 4 | out with hunting dogs and birds, but they should proceed 132 Intro | reached at Venice in 1177, the bitter conflict which had arisen 133 Canons, 16 | it is a very serious and blameworthy matter that in certain churches 134 Canons, 27 | and the authority of the blessed apostles Peter and Paul, 135 Canons, 7 | force of law. Such people, blinded by avarice, are not aware 136 Canons, 9 | them not bury there the bodies of the dead. With regard 137 Intro | Msi 22 (1778) 217-233. Boehmer, who published his edition 138 Canons, 14 | the laity have become so bold that disregarding the authority 139 Intro | Herold, in his unpublished Bonn dissertation of 1952, examined 140 Intro | are also contained in the book called "Rommersdorfer Briefbuch", 141 Canons, 3 | the age of thirty, been born in lawful wedlock and also 142 Canons, 27 | Christians. With regard to the Brabanters, Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, 143 Canons, 21 | Easter. If anyone tries to break the truce, and he does not 144 Intro | book called "Rommersdorfer Briefbuch", the Cartulary of Rievaulx, 145 Canons, 4 | their dioceses are not to bring with them more than forty 146 Canons, 21 | threefold cord is not quickly broken, we enjoin bishops, having 147 Canons, 9 | approach and join their brotherhood. In these matters, because 148 Intro | Frederick I (1152-1190) was brought to an end. For when Pope 149 Canons, 6 | Therefore to prevent prelates burdening their own subjects without 150 Canons, 7 | priests in a church, for burials and funerals, for the blessing 151 Canons, 7 | institution of priests, for burying the dead as well as for 152 Canons, 27 | heresy of those whom some call the Cathars, others the 153 Canons, 11 | for which the wrath of God came down upon the sons of disobedience 154 Intro | lay down new canons and cancel the old; indeed, though 155 Canons, 17 | founders support several candidates, that one should be in charge 156 Canons, 24 | some who for gain act as captains or pilots in galleys or 157 Canons, 24 | become the slaves of their captors. We order that throughout 158 Canons, 24 | possessions, and that if they are captured they should become the slaves 159 Canons, 22 | land, and the animals which carry seeds to the field, should 160 Intro | Rommersdorfer Briefbuch", the Cartulary of Rievaulx, and the codices 161 Canons, 12 | cannot conduct their own cases. Let clerics not presume 162 Canons, 18 | their parents, in every cathedral church a master is to be 163 Canons, 14 | conduct and instability, and causes definite danger to the souls 164 Canons, 9 | divine services should be celebrated in them, several of them 165 Canons, 23 | have their own churches and cemeteries or to be helped by the ministry 166 Canons, 23 | church for themselves with a cemetery and rejoice in their own 167 Canons, 10 | churches, are not to be changed except for a clear and reasonable 168 Canons, 4 | should not presume to impose charges or taxes on priests or clerics. 169 Intro | Canterbury I-II, Kassel, Cheltenham, Claudian, Cotton, Dertosa, 170 Intro | Archbishop William of Tyre, our chief authority. The bishops first 171 Canons, 1 | avoid dissension in the choice of a sovereign pontiff, 172 Canons, 17 | nevertheless contrive to choose several without regard to 173 Intro | which he had found in the chronicle of Roger of Hoveden. The 174 Intro | Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 (1730) 416-432; Msi 22 ( 175 Intro | I-II, Kassel, Cheltenham, Claudian, Cotton, Dertosa, Douai, 176 Canons, 10 | an offence for which they clearly should be removed, or if 177 Canons, 5 | him the suitable wages of clerical service in some church, 178 Intro | using also the manuscript codex of Antonio Augustine of 179 Canons, 22 | merchants and peasants, in their coming and going and their work 180 Canons, 27 | degree of their toil. We command that those who refuse to 181 Canons, 20 | jousts and fairs, which are commonly called tournaments, in which 182 Canons, 21 | sentence of excommunication and communicate his decision in writing 183 Canons, 10 | are to remain in larger communities or with some of their brethren, 184 Intro | collections of decretals compiled in the late 12th and early 185 Canons, 9 | from the strongly worded complaints of our brethren and fellow 186 Canons, 11 | incur excommunication and be completely separated from the society 187 Canons, 21 | the truce, and he does not comply after the third warning, 188 Intro | it is probable they were composed under the authority of Alexander 189 Canons, 18 | to both the things which concern the support of the body 190 Intro | reform of the church and some concerning morals and civil affairs. ~ 191 Intro | canons; using 36 sources, he concluded there were 34 different 192 Canons, 11 | holy orders, who in open concubinage keep their mistresses in 193 Canons, 8 | pagans have taken care to condemn it. But whenever ecclesiastical 194 Intro | unity of the church and condemning heretics, resemble rather 195 Intro | council was summoned and conducted by the pope, and the number 196 Canons, 11 | expelled from the clergy or confined in monasteries to do penance; 197 Canons, 21 | person, but rather let him confirm the sentence received in 198 Canons, 24 | civil magistrates should confiscate their possessions, and that 199 Canons, 27 | them. Their goods are to be confiscated and princes free to subject 200 Canons, 3 | time has passed for the consecration of bishops as laid down 201 Canons, 3 | contrary to this decree, or has consented to such actions, let him 202 Intro | Tanner; and there are a considerable number of collections still 203 Canons, 1 | and other ecclesiastical constitutions according to which the decision 204 Canons, 9 | appointed without first consulting the bishops. If the Templars 205 Canons, 4 | ornaments and a short hour consumes the food of many days. Therefore 206 Intro | examined. The canons are also contained in the book called "Rommersdorfer 207 Intro | They are included in four contemporary English chronicles: those 208 Canons, 11 | either cast them out and live continently or be deprived of ecclesiastical 209 Canons, 19 | officials or others presume to continue such practices and after 210 Canons, 23 | allowed to have them without contradiction. Let them take care, however, 211 Intro | survive for this council (in contrast to Lateran I and II). However, 212 Canons, 17 | of God they nevertheless contrive to choose several without 213 Canons, 15 | should remain under the control of the churches, whether 214 Canons, 11 | cause presumes to frequent convents of nuns, let the bishop 215 Canons, 10 | they have been appointed to conventual churches, are not to be 216 Canons, 26 | better than before their conversion. If this is not done, we 217 Canons, 26 | the inspiration of God are converted to the christian faith, 218 Intro | many, and that with the cooperation of the grace of the holy 219 Intro | first part. This text was copied by Su (3, 1567, 626-633) 220 Canons, 21 | position. Since a threefold cord is not quickly broken, we 221 Canons, 27 | remedy when they fear that a corporal punishment will overtake 222 Canons, 9 | nourish what is right and to correct what stands in the way of 223 Canons, 27 | Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, Coterelli and Triaverdini 17 , who 224 Intro | Kassel, Cheltenham, Claudian, Cotton, Dertosa, Douai, Durham, 225 Canons, 21 | furnish each other with mutual counsel and help towards firmly 226 Canons, 14 | bishops to come before their courts, those who presume to do 227 Canons, 25 | 25~Nearly everywhere the crime of usury has become so firmly 228 Canons, 7 | unhappy soul is bound by crimes the graver they are. Therefore, 229 Intro | of mercenaries, or rather criminals, which were causing utter 230 Intro | variant readings in the critical apparatus, and we have noted 231 Canons, 24 | 24~Cruel avarice has so seized the 232 Canons, 27 | Triaverdini 17 , who practise such cruelty upon Christians that they 233 Canons, 16 | maintain under oath such customs, which are neither supported 234 Canons, 24 | that such persons should be cut off from the communion of 235 Canons, 15 | Therefore, as we wish to prevent damage to the churches, we order 236 Canons, 12 | ministers of justice. If anyone dares to act contrary to this 237 Canons, 20 | their physical prowess and daring, and which often result 238 Canons, 1 | them receive the lot of Dathan and Abiron, who were swallowed 239 Intro | codices Florence Ricc. 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck Univ. 90 (Gratian' 240 Canons, 3 | ministries, for instance that of dean or archdeacon, and others 241 Canons, 14 | through our brethren and most dear fellow bishops, that this 242 Canons, 20 | which often result in human deaths and danger to souls. If 243 Canons, 9 | to the said brothers but decide to keep their possessions, 244 Canons, 9 | violate their canonical decisions and the tenor of our privileges. 245 Canons, 9 | of the subjects, we have decreed that abuses should be removed 246 Intro | appointments by antipopes were deemed invalid (canon 2), heretics 247 Canons, 6 | help of the innocent as a defence of their own wrongdoing. 248 Canons, 9 | privileges they seek to defend all who wish to approach 249 Canons, 27 | declare that they and their defenders and those who receive them 250 Canons, 12 | unless they happen to be defending their own case or that of 251 Canons, 27 | judgment, in proportion to the degree of their toil. We command 252 Canons, 8 | bishop, when it concerns him, delays to make the appointment, 253 Canons, 4 | seven, and deans, as their delegates, should be satisfied with 254 Canons, 27 | they rage around, should be denounced publicly on Sundays and 255 Canons, 14 | persist, they are to be deposed from the ecclesiastical 256 Intro | Cheltenham, Claudian, Cotton, Dertosa, Douai, Durham, Eberbach, 257 Canons, 27 | or sex, but like pagans destroy and lay everything waste, 258 Canons, 11 | sons of disobedience and destroyed the five cities with fire, 259 Intro | which were causing utter destruction in some parts of Europe; 260 Canons, 16 | from an appeal, whatever is determined by the greater and senior 14   261 Canons, 6 | by fear, a person may be deterred from lightly making an appeal 262 Canons, 14 | churches, and since they cannot devote the proper care to two, 263 Intro | the whole Latin world and devoted their efforts to strengthening 264 Canons, 6 | but they should humbly and devoutly submit to what is usefully 265 Intro | when Pope Hadrian IV had died in 1159, the cardinals elected 266 Canons, 4 | mounts, according to the differences of dioceses and ecclesiastical 267 Canons, 21 | him incur the loss of his dignity. ~ 268 Intro | this seems to have been directed to strengthening the unity 269 Canons, 27 | longer, we entrust it to the discretion of the bishops, to whom 270 Canons, 11 | came down upon the sons of disobedience and destroyed the five cities 271 Canons, 8 | so, let the metropolitan dispose of these matters without 272 Canons, 3 | held belong, have the free disposition of them. Further, with regard 273 Canons, 27 | remain undisturbed from all disquiet both in their property and 274 Canons, 9 | apostolic see have often disregarded episcopal authority, causing 275 Canons, 14 | have become so bold that disregarding the authority of bishops 276 Canons, 1 | our predecessors to avoid dissension in the choice of a sovereign 277 Intro | in his unpublished Bonn dissertation of 1952, examined thoroughly 278 Canons, 14 | them when they wish, and distribute the property and other goods 279 Canons, 27 | or support them, in the districts where they rage around, 280 Intro | Lateran council, which is divided into fifty parts; all 27 281 Canons, 1 | has often suffered serious division, we too, in order to avoid 282 Canons, 4 | they set out with hunting dogs and birds, but they should 283 Intro | Claudian, Cotton, Dertosa, Douai, Durham, Eberbach, Erlangen, 284 Canons, 9 | abuses should be removed and doubtful points settled. We absolutely 285 Intro | have the same reasons for doubting the ecumenical nature of 286 Intro | the fathers, had himself drawn up. Frequently the canons 287 Canons, 27 | or other prelates seek to drive them out, a remission for 288 Canons, 27 | upon themselves the task of driving out these heretics, and 289 Canons, 7 | impose upon churches new dues, increase the old or presume 290 Canons, 4 | with thanksgiving what is duly and suitably provided 5 . 291 Intro | Cotton, Dertosa, Douai, Durham, Eberbach, Erlangen, Florian, 292 Canons, 15 | 15~Although in duties of charity we are especially 293 Canons, 23 | allow lepers, who cannot dwell with the healthy or come 294 Intro | arisen about twenty years earlier between Pope Alexander III ( 295 Intro | compiled in the late 12th and early 13th century, and afterwards 296 Canons, 1 | swallowed up alive by the earth. Further, if anyone is chosen 297 Intro | and some from the Latin east, and a single legate from 298 Canons, 21 | Septuagesima until the octave of Easter. If anyone tries to break 299 Intro | Dertosa, Douai, Durham, Eberbach, Erlangen, Florian, Klosterneuberg, 300 Intro | reasons for doubting the ecumenical nature of this council as 301 Intro | Cr2 (2, 1551, 836-843). He edited, from a manuscript now lost 302 Intro | variant readings. Later editions, all of which we have exarnined, 303 Intro | Roger of Hoveden. The Roman editors (Rm 4, 1612, 27-33), using 304 Canons, 16 | prevail and should be put into effect. Nor let it stand in the 305 Canons, 26 | in every case, since Jews employ their own witnesses against 306 Canons, 1 | by chance, through some enemy sowing tares, there cannot 307 Canons, 20 | by agreement and rashly engage in showing off their physical 308 Intro | included in four contemporary English chronicles: those of Abbot 309 Canons, 6 | submit to what is usefully enjoined them for their salvation. ~ 310 Canons, 22 | seeds to the field, should enjoy proper security, and that 311 Intro | liberty for so many years, was enjoying great authority. The emperor 312 | enough 313 Canons, 12 | No soldier of God gets entangled in secular affairs, and 314 Canons, 7 | anything be demanded for the enthronement of ecclesiastical persons 315 Canons, 7 | a charge is made for the enthroning of bishops, abbots or ecclesiastical 316 Canons, 9 | any do not give themselves entirely to the said brothers but 317 Canons, 19 | whenever they think that entrenchments or expeditions or anything 318 Canons, 9 | by means of the authority entrusted to us 8 . Now we have learnt 319 Canons, 21 | until the octave of the Epiphany, and from Septuagesima until 320 Canons, 24 | helmets, and become their equals or even their superiors 321 Intro | the Roman text, narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 322 Intro | Douai, Durham, Eberbach, Erlangen, Florian, Klosterneuberg, 323 Canons, 27 | others do, but proclaim their error publicly and draw the simple 324 Intro | though Su introduced some errors. Bn who was the first to 325 Canons, 6 | their will being able to escape the correction of prelates 326 Intro | correction of abuses and the establishment of what was pleasing to 327 Canons, 27 | sins and the fruit of an eternal reward. We too trusting 328 Canons, 20 | memory, popes Innocent and Eugenius, we forbid those abominable 329 Canons, 3 | them not be allowed the evasion of recourse to an appeal, 330 | everywhere 331 Canons, 19 | afflict them with so many exactions that the lamentation of 332 Intro | editions, all of which we have exarnined, followed the Roman text, 333 Canons, 9 | other professed religious, exceeding the privileges granted them 334 Intro | have been worked out by an excellent legal mind so that it is 335 Intro | 1747, before Msi, is an exception. He took the canons from 336 Canons, 26 | they are in no way to be excluded from their possessions, 337 Intro | than Lateran I and II and exemplify the typical council of the 338 Canons, 9 | in no way on this account exempt from the sentence of the 339 Canons, 27 | those who refuse to obey the exhortation of the bishops in this matter 340 Intro | to do this was never more expedient than at the present". ~We 341 Canons, 19 | think that entrenchments or expeditions or anything else should 342 Canons, 11 | if they are clerics be expelled from the clergy or confined 343 Canons, 6 | repayment of the defendant's expenses, if he is in a position 344 Intro | III himself, who was an expert lawyer. The canons, except 345 Intro | decretal collections in fact arose from this Lateran 346 Canons, 8 | men; or if by chance all fail to do so, let the metropolitan 347 Canons, 20 | those abominable jousts and fairs, which are commonly called 348 Canons, 10 | him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift 349 Canons, 4 | opportunity of preaching from false apostles and might not be 350 Canons, 5 | of life from his own or family inheritance. ~ 351 Canons, 15 | deans are appointed for a fee and exercise episcopal jurisdiction 352 | few 353 Canons, 22 | which carry seeds to the field, should enjoy proper security, 354 Intro | fathers laid down in the final session on 19 March. Accordingly, 355 Intro | readings are different. Finally Herold, in his unpublished 356 Canons, 11 | destroyed the five cities with fire, if they are clerics be 357 Canons, 27 | Lord's sepulchre, those who fired by their faith have taken 358 Canons, 16 | the Lord until he performs fit penance. ~ 359 Canons, 10(10)| and has not repented in a fitting manner added in H ~ 360 Intro | Rievaulx, and the codices Florence Ricc. 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck 361 Intro | Durham, Eberbach, Erlangen, Florian, Klosterneuberg, Leipzig, 362 Canons, 10 | attack of their spiritual foes, since Solomon says, Woe 363 Canons, 9 | brotherhoods we declare as follows: if any do not give themselves 364 Canons, 4 | short hour consumes the food of many days. Therefore 365 Intro | apparatus, and we have noted in footnotes the order in which he places 366 Canons, 20 | 20~Following the footsteps of our predecessors of happy 367 Canons, 4 | this reason, subjects are forced to sell church ornaments 368 | forty 369 Canons, 19 | possessions in their ancient freedom, and provided them with 370 Canons, 3 | both able and willing to fulfill it properly; and let them 371 Canons, 26 | excommunication, the duty to restore fully to these converts the share 372 Canons, 19 | with support from public funds. But these others impose 373 Canons, 7 | church, for burials and funerals, for the blessing of weddings 374 Canons, 21 | laying aside all timidity, to furnish each other with mutual counsel 375 Canons, 2 | ordained by them, are void; and furthermore that if any have received 376 Intro | last, when Alexander had gained the victory, he promised 377 Canons, 24 | as captains or pilots in galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. 378 Canons, 23 | to pay tithes for their gardens or the pasture of animals. ~ 379 Canons, 27 | For this reason, since in Gascony and the regions of Albi 380 Canons, 13 | sacred canons, and he who gave it is to lose his power 381 Intro | Benedict of Peterborough, Gervase of Canterbury, William of 382 Canons, 12 | says, No soldier of God gets entangled in secular affairs, 383 Canons, 7 | he will have his lot with Giezi 7 , whose action he imitates 384 Canons, 15 | know we have received a gift, on the contrary certain 385 Canons, 10 | of money; otherwise both giver and receiver are to be deprived 386 Canons, 24 | of some that though they glory in the name of Christians 387 Canons, 22 | peasants, in their coming and going and their work on the land, 388 Canons, 14 | ambition of some has now gone to such lengths that they 389 Intro | notable part in the future government of the church. They were 390 Canons, 19 | several parts of the world the governors and officials of cities, 391 Intro | with the cooperation of the grace of the holy Spirit, by the 392 Canons, 9 | to the people of God and grave danger to souls. We are 393 Canons, 7 | soul is bound by crimes the graver they are. Therefore, so 394 Intro | a single legate from the Greek church. It began on 5 March, 395 Intro | were inserted into Pope Gregory IX's Decretals. Walter Holtzmann 396 Canons, 27 | by different names, has grown so strong that they no longer 397 Canons, 2 | heresiarchs Octavian 2  and Guido 3 , and also by John of 398 Intro | to an end. For when Pope Hadrian IV had died in 1159, the 399 Canons, 14 | receives them and does not hand them over to the church, 400 Canons, 21 | broken, we enjoin bishops, having regard only for God and 401 Canons, 23 | who cannot dwell with the healthy or come to church with others, 402 Intro | authority. The bishops first heard Rufinus, bishop of Assisi, 403 Canons, 24 | avarice has so seized the hearts of some that though they 404 Canons, 19 | and oppress them with such heavy and frequent impositions, 405 Canons, 17 | founders of churches or their heirs abuse the power in which 406 Canons, 24 | Saracens with arms and wood for helmets, and become their equals 407 Canons, 12 | acting on behalf of the helpless who cannot conduct their 408 Canons, 2 | the ordinances made by the heresiarchs Octavian 2  and Guido 3 , 409 Intro | bishop of Assisi, who in a highly polished address praised 410 Canons, 27 | likewise decree that those who hire, keep or support them, in 411 Intro | seem to have been unnoticed hitherto) Vatican Regin. lat. 596, 412 Canons, 9 | privileges granted 9  to them by holding divine service, and then 413 Intro | Gregory IX's Decretals. Walter Holtzmann and other scholars considered 414 Canons, 27 | obligations of loyalty, homage or any obedience. On these 18   415 Canons, 23 | that we should pay greater honour to our weaker members, certain 416 Canons, 24 | sail for trade or other honourable purposes. Let those also 417 Canons, 8 | of God's judgment if the hope of future succession should 418 Canons, 3 | others should live in the house of the Lord. Therefore, 419 Intro | 463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 (1714) 1673-1684; Cl 13 ( 420 Canons, 20 | and which often result in human deaths and danger to souls. 421 Canons, 26 | supported by them on grounds of humanity alone. If any by the inspiration 422 Canons, 4 | should not be a burden to the humbler, lest by such a grant those 423 Intro | March 1179. About three hundred fathers assembled from the 424 Canons, 4 | should they set out with hunting dogs and birds, but they 425 Intro | Bamberg, Berlin I, Canterbury I-II, Kassel, Cheltenham, Claudian, 426 Canons, 7 | Giezi 7 , whose action he imitates by his demand of a disgraceful 427 Canons, 10 | they are wastrels or live immoral lives or have committed 428 Intro | tradition and, what is even more important, we do not yet understand 429 Intro | things now stand, it is impossible to use all the known sources 430 Intro | places the 23 canons that he includes. ~ 431 Intro | text of this tradition and including the variant readings listed 432 Canons, 6 | such that by its nature it incurs the penalty of excommunication 6  , 433 Canons, 9 | the superiors as from the indiscretion of some of the subjects, 434 Intro | the relations between the individual traditions. Even Herold 435 Canons, 10 | are not to be stationed individually in towns or cities or parish 436 Canons, 27 | committed, to grant greater indulgence, according to their judgment, 437 Canons, 11 | does not stop, let him be ineligible for an ecclesiastical benefice. ~ 438 Canons, 3 | Further, with regard to the inferior ministries, for instance 439 Canons, 27 | has been made for the loss inflicted. Bishops and priests who 440 Canons, 21 | writing. If anyone presumes to infringe this, he will do so at the 441 Canons, 6 | making an appeal to the injury of another. But we wish 442 Intro | declared, and this seems an innovation, that arms should be taken 443 Intro | Florence Ricc. 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck Univ. 90 (Gratian's Decrees), 444 Intro | and afterwards all were inserted into Pope Gregory IX's Decretals. 445 Canons, 26 | humanity alone. If any by the inspiration of God are converted to 446 Canons, 14 | rise to loose conduct and instability, and causes definite danger 447 Canons, 7 | ecclesiastical persons, for the installation of priests in a church, 448 Canons, 9 | bishops the priests to be instituted, so that while they are 449 Canons, 7 | ecclesiastical persons or the institution of priests, for burying 450 Canons, 19 | the means of the laity are insufficient, aid should be given voluntarily 451 Canons, 9 | who are excommunicated, or interdicted by name, must be avoided 452 Canons, 3 | bishop has acted in anyone's interest contrary to this decree, 453 Canons, 17 | order to protect their own interests; for these reasons we declare 454 Canons, 15 | whether the clerics die intestate or wish to bestow them upon 455 Intro | 1606, 1345-1350), though Su introduced some errors. Bn who was 456 Canons, 21 | decree that truces are to be inviolably observed by all from after 457 Intro | Italy, declared war upon the Italian states and especially the 458 Intro | way of his authority in Italy, declared war upon the Italian 459 | itself 460 Intro | inserted into Pope Gregory IX's Decretals. Walter Holtzmann 461 Canons, 19 | that the lamentation of Jeremiah seems to apply to them, 462 Canons, 2 | and Guido 3 , and also by John of Struma 4  who followed 463 Canons, 20 | forbid those abominable jousts and fairs, which are commonly 464 Canons, 12 | matters before a secular judge, unless they happen to be 465 Canons, 16 | shown by the smaller and junior party, apart from an appeal, 466 Canons, 12 | become their ministers of justice. If anyone dares to act 467 Canons, 7(7) | see 4 Kg, 20-27 ~ 468 Canons, 22 | without the approval of kings and princes, or renew those 469 Intro | Eberbach, Erlangen, Florian, Klosterneuberg, Leipzig, Oriel II, Paris 470 Canons, 20 | called tournaments, in which knights come together by agreement 471 Canons, 15 | other uses. We forbid this, knowing that it is also forbidden 472 Canons, 18 | not have the fruit of his labour if through self-seeking 473 Canons, 2 | or by lay persons, are to lack all validity and are to 474 Canons, 19 | many exactions that the lamentation of Jeremiah seems to apply 475 Canons, 22 | going and their work on the land, and the animals which carry 476 Canons, 27 | them in their houses or lands or should trade with them. 477 | last 478 Intro | hitherto) Vatican Regin. lat. 596, 12th century (fos. 479 Intro | decretals compiled in the late 12th and early 13th century, 480 | Later 481 Canons, 3 | of thirty, been born in lawful wedlock and also is shown 482 Intro | himself, who was an expert lawyer. The canons, except for 483 Canons, 21 | salvation of the people, and laying aside all timidity, to furnish 484 Canons, 11 | do penance; if they are laymen they are to incur excommunication 485 Canons, 1(1) | sounder in Cr, LC-Msi, H ~ 486 Intro | narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 (1671) 1507-1523;Hrd 6 ( 487 Canons, 18 | the body and those which lead to the progress of the soul, 488 Canons, 18 | to knowledge opened for learners. In other churches and monasteries 489 Canons, 9 | entrusted to us 8 . Now we have learnt from the strongly worded 490 Canons, 19 | reduced all others to slavery, left his priests and their possessions 491 Intro | Latin east, and a single legate from the Greek church. It 492 Intro | Florian, Klosterneuberg, Leipzig, Oriel II, Paris I, Peterhouse, 493 Canons, 14 | some has now gone to such lengths that they are said to hold 494 Canons, 27 | 27~As St. Leo says, though the discipline 495 Canons, 23 | Jesus Christ, do not allow lepers, who cannot dwell with the 496 Canons, 3 | character and knowledge of letters should be required, much 497 Canons, 7 | for their subjects those liberties which superiors wish to 498 Intro | struggle for ecclesiastical liberty for so many years, was enjoying 499 Canons, 26 | Christians in this matter are to lie under anathema, since Jews 500 Canons, 10 | falls and has not another to lift him up. If anyone when demanded


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