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501 Canons, 6 | person may be deterred from lightly making an appeal to the 502 Intro | these sources reveal only a limited part of the whole tradition 503 Intro | including the variant readings listed in Rrn. This "Appendix" 504 Canons, 10 | wastrels or live immoral lives or have committed an offence 505 Canons, 27 | and in other places the loathsome heresy of those whom some 506 Canons, 14 | and which gives rise to loose conduct and instability, 507 Intro | edited, from a manuscript now lost or unknown, the whole collection 508 Canons, 27 | from all obligations of loyalty, homage or any obedience. 509 Canons, 21 | if anyone is found to be lukewarm in the work of God, let 510 Canons, 24 | catholic princes and civil magistrates should confiscate their 511 Canons, 16 | fathers. If anyone presumes to maintain under oath such customs, 512 Canons, 21 | and help towards firmly maintaining peace, and not to omit this 513 Canons, 12 | secular affairs, and acts as a man of this world, let him be 514 Canons, 12 | take upon themselves the management of towns or even secular 515 Canons, 24 | throughout the churches of maritime cities frequent and solemn 516 Canons, 7 | as well as for blessing marriages or for any other sacrament. 517 Canons, 18 | every cathedral church a master is to be assigned some proper 518 Canons, 3 | ecclesiastical ministries both maturity of age, a serious character 519 | meantime 520 | Meanwhile 521 Canons, 4 | in poorer places we wish measure so to be observed that the 522 Canons, 8 | the advice of religious men; or if by chance all fail 523 Intro | likewise were the bands of mercenaries, or rather criminals, which 524 Canons, 22 | clerics, lay brothers, merchants and peasants, in their coming 525 Canons, 27 | We too trusting in the mercy of God and the authority 526 Canons, 17 | is supported by greater merits and is chosen and approved 527 Intro | the typical council of the Middle Ages presided over by the 528 Intro | out by an excellent legal mind so that it is probable they 529 Canons, 12 | seculars so as to become their ministers of justice. If anyone dares 530 Canons, 12 | above and also those in minor orders, if they are supported 531 Canons, 11 | open concubinage keep their mistresses in their houses, should 532 Canons, 4 | reasonable, to ask for assistance moderated by charity. For since the 533 Canons, 27 | If any of you presumes to molest them, he shall incur the 534 Canons, 10 | not to be received in a monastery for money nor are they allowed 535 Canons, 21 | Wednesday until sunrise on Monday, and from Advent until the 536 Intro | church and some concerning morals and civil affairs. ~The 537 Canons, 18 | bound to provide like a mother for those in want, with 538 Canons, 4 | or fifty horses or other mounts, according to the differences 539 Canons, 21 | furnish each other with mutual counsel and help towards 540 Canons, 27 | and others by different names, has grown so strong that 541 Intro | followed the Roman text, narnely:ER27 (1644) 439-463;LC10 ( 542 Canons, 27 | the Brabanters, Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, Coterelli and 543 Canons, 24 | supply them with arms and necessaries to attack Christians. There 544 Canons, 5 | from which he may draw the necessities of life, let the bishop 545 Canons, 12 | ministry, on the grounds that neglecting his duty as a cleric he 546 Canons, 8 | wish for the death of his neighbour to whose position or benefice 547 Canons, 21 | decision in writing to the neighbouring bishops. Moreover, let no 548 Intro | of Canterbury, William of Newburgh, and Roger of Hoveden. And 549 Canons, 1 | if anyone trusting to his nomination by the third party assumes 550 | none 551 Intro | of this council played a notable part in the future government 552 Intro | critical apparatus, and we have noted in footnotes the order in 553 Canons, 25 | We therefore declare that notorious usurers should not be admitted 554 Canons, 9 | than if we take care to nourish what is right and to correct 555 Canons, 26 | either under pretence of nourishing their children or for service 556 Canons, 11 | to frequent convents of nuns, let the bishop keep him 557 Canons, 27 | of loyalty, homage or any obedience. On these 18  and on all 558 Canons, 10 | office. Neither priories nor obediences are to be handed over to 559 Canons, 27 | that those who refuse to obey the exhortation of the bishops 560 Intro | council. ~The particular object of this council was to put 561 Canons, 16 | that unless some reasonable objection is shown by the smaller 562 Canons, 27 | that they are free from all obligations of loyalty, homage or any 563 Canons, 13 | their avarice, strive to obtain several ecclesiastical dignities 564 Canons, 9 | the said churches. On the occasion also of the brotherhoods 565 Canons, 20 | any of them dies on these occasions, although forgiveness 16   566 Canons, 10 | lives or have committed an offence for which they clearly should 567 Canons, 7 | unless he first makes an offering to the person who bestows 568 Canons, 21 | maintaining peace, and not to omit this duty by reason of any 569 Canons, 25 | firmly rooted that many, omitting other business, practise 570 Canons, 18 | and the way to knowledge opened for learners. In other churches 571 Canons, 27 | remission of sins, that they oppose this scourge with all their 572 Canons, 16 | rather perjury, which is opposed to the advantage of the 573 Canons, 19 | churches so many burdens and oppress them with such heavy and 574 Canons, 5 | 5~If a bishop ordains someone as deacon or priest 575 Canons, 2 | Innocent, we decree that the ordinances made by the heresiarchs 576 Intro | Klosterneuberg, Leipzig, Oriel II, Paris I, Peterhouse, 577 Intro | 14, 17-18), are new and original. ~The tradition of the canons 578 Canons, 4 | are forced to sell church ornaments and a short hour consumes 579 Canons, 27 | and spare neither widows, orphans, old or young nor any age 580 Canons, 27 | corporal punishment will overtake them. For this reason, since 581 Canons, 27 | are bound to them by any pact know that they are free 582 Canons, 27 | office until they gain the pardon of the apostolic see. ~ 583 Intro | Klosterneuberg, Leipzig, Oriel II, Paris I, Peterhouse, Rochester, 584 Canons, 9 | over them as over other parishioners whenever they are to be 585 Canons, 23 | not to harm in any way the parochial rights of established churches. 586 Intro | a general council. ~The particular object of this council was 587 Canons, 23 | for their gardens or the pasture of animals. ~ 588 Canons, 27 | the Cathars, others the Patarenes, others the Publicani, and 589 Canons, 4 | seems to be far removed from paternal affection if superiors are 590 Canons, 27 | blessed apostles Peter and Paul, grant to faithful Christians 591 Canons, 21 | towards firmly maintaining peace, and not to omit this duty 592 Canons, 22 | brothers, merchants and peasants, in their coming and going 593 Canons, 16 | of our decree if someone perchance says that he is under oath 594 Canons, 25 | remain suspended from the performance of his office until he has 595 Canons, 16 | body of the Lord until he performs fit penance. ~ 596 Intro | surprising that chronicles of the period frequently refer to this 597 Canons, 16 | called an oath but rather perjury, which is opposed to the 598 Canons, 4 | been said above by way of permission about the number of horses 599 Canons, 27 | unless they abjure their pernicious society and heresy. As long 600 Canons, 4 | that the visit of greater personages should not be a burden to 601 Canons, 27 | of the blessed apostles Peter and Paul, grant to faithful 602 Intro | those of Abbot Benedict of Peterborough, Gervase of Canterbury, 603 Intro | Leipzig, Oriel II, Paris I, Peterhouse, Rochester, Sangerman, and 604 Canons, 19 | condition than it was under Pharaoh, who had no knowledge of 605 Canons, 20 | engage in showing off their physical prowess and daring, and 606 Canons, 24 | gain act as captains or pilots in galleys or Saracen pirate 607 Canons, 24 | pilots in galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. Therefore we declare 608 Canons, 9 | which they dare so to act be placed under an interdict, and 609 Canons, 9 | 9~Since we ought both to plant holy religion and in every 610 Canons, 9 | every way to cherish it when planted, we shall never fulfil this 611 Intro | The canons of this council played a notable part in the future 612 Canons, 12 | the waves of this world to please its princes. We decree in 613 Intro | establishment of what was pleasing to God". The council was 614 Canons, 12 | his duty as a cleric he plunges into the waves of this world 615 Canons, 14 | and with regard to this pluralism, so contrary to the canons, 616 Canons, 9 | be removed and doubtful points settled. We absolutely forbid 617 Intro | Assisi, who in a highly polished address praised the Roman 618 Canons, 4 | resources or revenues, but in poorer places we wish measure so 619 Intro | Lateran I. ~Although we do not possess the acts of the council, 620 Canons, 4 | should think that the widest powers have been granted to them. ~ 621 Canons, 19 | presume to continue such practices and after warning refuse 622 Intro | highly polished address praised the Roman pontiff and the 623 Canons, 8 | whenever ecclesiastical prebends or any offices happen to 624 Intro | Lateran I and II and many preceding councils, appear to have 625 Canons, 2 | the decision taken by our predecessor of happy memory, Innocent, 626 Canons, 26 | Christians, and that those who prefer Jews to Christians in this 627 Intro | sufficiently. We have therefore preferred to publish the text of a 628 Canons, 1 | result of this decree, let no prejudice arise to the canons and 629 Canons, 8 | the appointment within the prescribed time, let the bishop proceed 630 Canons, 7 | which superiors wish to be preserved for themselves. If anyone 631 Intro | council of the Middle Ages presided over by the Roman pontiff. 632 Canons, 15 | from their churches, have presumed to transfer these goods 633 Canons, 26 | their houses, either under pretence of nourishing their children 634 Canons, 19 | impositions, that under them the priesthood seems to be in a worse condition 635 Canons, 19 | seems to apply to them, The prince of provinces has become 636 Intro | transactions. ~The first printed edition was made by Cr2 ( 637 Canons, 10 | loss of his office. Neither priories nor obediences are to be 638 Canons, 10 | ministry in the church. Priors, when they have been appointed 639 Intro | legal mind so that it is probable they were composed under 640 Canons, 27 | secret, as others do, but proclaim their error publicly and 641 Canons, 4 | to their subjects in the procurations demanded that sometimes, 642 Intro | Augustine of Tarragona, produced a more accurate text and 643 Canons, 9 | Hospitallers, and other professed religious, exceeding the 644 Canons, 21 | warning, let his bishop pronounce sentence of excommunication 645 Canons, 24 | excommunication should be pronounced against them. Let those 646 Canons, 3 | and willing to fulfill it properly; and let them not be allowed 647 Canons, 27 | according to their judgment, in proportion to the degree of their toil. 648 Canons, 27 | Meanwhile we receive under the protection of the church, as we do 649 Canons, 20 | showing off their physical prowess and daring, and which often 650 Canons, 19 | provided them with support from public funds. But these others 651 Canons, 27 | the Patarenes, others the Publicani, and others by different 652 Intro | have therefore preferred to publish the text of a single tradition, 653 Intro | 1778) 217-233. Boehmer, who published his edition in 1747, before 654 Canons, 24 | trade or other honourable purposes. Let those also who in the 655 Canons, 3 | much more should these qualities be required in a bishop, 656 Intro | within the church and the quarrel between the emperor and 657 Canons, 17 | should also do this if the question of the right of patronage 658 Canons, 21 | a threefold cord is not quickly broken, we enjoin bishops, 659 Canons, 27 | the districts where they rage around, should be denounced 660 Canons, 20 | together by agreement and rashly engage in showing off their 661 Canons, 18 | opportunity of learning to read and progress in study is 662 Canons, 7 | the revenues, but let them readily preserve for their subjects 663 Canons, 6 | lodge an appeal without any real grounds and thus make use 664 Canons, 1 | since he cannot take the reality, both he and those who receive 665 Canons, 3 | restrain those who are not recalled from evil by the fear of 666 Canons, 10 | otherwise both giver and receiver are to be deprived of ministry 667 Canons, 15 | contrary certain clerics, after receiving many goods from their churches, 668 | recently 669 Canons, 1 | because through wicked and reckless ambition the church has 670 Canons, 6 | that subjects should not recklessly have recourse to an appeal, 671 Canons, 17 | though there ought to be one rector in each church they nevertheless 672 Canons, 19 | Christ's poor. They even so reduce the jurisdiction and authority 673 Canons, 19 | law. He indeed, though he reduced all others to slavery, left 674 Intro | down several canons for the reform of the church and some concerning 675 Canons, 1 | he is unwilling humbly to refrain. However, as a result of 676 Intro | down that nobody was to be regarded as Roman pontiff unless 677 Canons, 19 | very serious matter, as regards the sin of those who do 678 Intro | unnoticed hitherto) Vatican Regin. lat. 596, 12th century ( 679 Canons, 27 | since in Gascony and the regions of Albi and Toulouse and 680 Canons, 6 | presume to appeal against the regular discipline of their superior 681 Canons, 23 | themselves with a cemetery and rejoice in their own priest, they 682 Canons, 9 | ought both to plant holy religion and in every way to cherish 683 Intro | adequately examined and remains very uncertain. Many manuscript 684 Canons, 27 | people often seek a salutary remedy when they fear that a corporal 685 Canons, 6 | arrived, let him make a proper repayment of the defendant's expenses, 686 Canons, 1 | of death, and unless they repent, let them receive the lot 687 Canons, 10(10)| and has not repented in a fitting manner added 688 Canons, 6 | 6~A most reprehensible custom has become established 689 Canons, 20 | to be denied him when he requests it, he is to be deprived 690 Intro | and condemning heretics, resemble rather the ancient councils 691 Canons, 13 | kind that he is able to reside in the place and exercise 692 Canons, 27 | Bishops and priests who do not resist such wrongs are to be punished 693 Canons, 3 | and the deans (and the rest after due warning) are not 694 Canons, 26 | excommunication, the duty to restore fully to these converts 695 Canons, 3 | ecclesiastical discipline should restrain those who are not recalled 696 Canons, 19 | prelates that these seem to retain no power over their own 697 Intro | edition. For, these sources reveal only a limited part of the 698 Canons, 27 | the fruit of an eternal reward. We too trusting in the 699 Intro | Lateran II or the council of Rheims in 1148 (see canons 2, 11, 700 Intro | and the codices Florence Ricc. 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck 701 Canons, 4 | Christ. Let them not seek rich banquets but let them receive 702 Intro | Briefbuch", the Cartulary of Rievaulx, and the codices Florence 703 Canons, 14 | canons, and which gives rise to loose conduct and instability, 704 Canons, 21 | this, he will do so at the risk of his position. Since a 705 Intro | II, Paris I, Peterhouse, Rochester, Sangerman, and Tanner; 706 Intro | two popes together, namely Roland of Siena, who took the name 707 Canons, 24 | excommunication who dare to rob Romans or other Christians who 708 Intro | contained in the book called "Rommersdorfer Briefbuch", the Cartulary 709 Canons, 25 | usury has become so firmly rooted that many, omitting other 710 Intro | variant readings listed in Rrn. This "Appendix" is a good 711 Intro | some variant readings and rubrics which he had found in the 712 Intro | The bishops first heard Rufinus, bishop of Assisi, who in 713 Canons, 26 | enjoin on the princes and rulers of these places, under penalty 714 Canons, 7 | marriages or for any other sacrament. But if anyone presumes 715 Canons, 24 | or other Christians who sail for trade or other honourable 716 Canons, 27 | that people often seek a salutary remedy when they fear that 717 Intro | Peterhouse, Rochester, Sangerman, and Tanner; and there are 718 Canons, 24 | or pilots in galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. Therefore 719 Intro | century (fos. 2r-7v). We can say for certain that the canons 720 Canons, 13 | so that though they are scarcely able to fulfil one office 721 Intro | Accordingly, to avoid future schisms it was first laid down that 722 Canons, 23 | what is granted them on the score of piety should result in 723 Canons, 27 | sins, that they oppose this scourge with all their might and 724 Canons, 27 | practise their wickedness in secret, as others do, but proclaim 725 Canons, 12 | jurisdiction under princes or seculars so as to become their ministers 726 Canons, 22 | field, should enjoy proper security, and that nobody should 727 Canons, 22 | the animals which carry seeds to the field, should enjoy 728 Canons, 17 | arrange in the manner that he sees best according to the will 729 Canons, 2 | Moreover alienations or seizures of ecclesiastical property, 730 Canons, 18 | of his labour if through self-seeking he strives to prevent the 731 Canons, 4 | subjects are forced to sell church ornaments and a short 732 Canons, 18 | progress of the churches by selling the licence to teach. ~ 733 Canons, 21 | of the Epiphany, and from Septuagesima until the octave of Easter. 734 Canons, 27 | those who visit the Lord's sepulchre, those who fired by their 735 Canons, 26 | allowed to have christian servants in their houses, either 736 Canons, 14 | of those who are able to serve the churches worthily, it 737 Intro | fathers laid down in the final session on 19 March. Accordingly, 738 Canons, 4 | horses. Nor should they set out with hunting dogs and 739 Canons, 13 | 13~Because some, setting no limit to their avarice, 740 Canons, 4 | thirty, archdeacons five or seven, and deans, as their delegates, 741 Canons, 7 | be done in the future, we severely forbid that anything be 742 Canons, 27 | or young nor any age or sex, but like pagans destroy 743 Canons, 26 | fully to these converts the share of their inheritance and 744 Canons, 27 | and should not cause the shedding of blood, yet it is helped 745 Canons, 4 | their subjects, when like a shepherd they ought to cherish them 746 Canons, 24 | vilest avarice presume to rob shipwrecked Christians, whom by the 747 Canons, 4 | sell church ornaments and a short hour consumes the food of 748 Canons, 3 | care of others and ought to show in himself how others should 749 Canons, 20 | agreement and rashly engage in showing off their physical prowess 750 Intro | even Herold's text (= H) shows. We have given Herold's 751 Intro | together, namely Roland of Siena, who took the name of Alexander 752 Canons, 27 | error publicly and draw the simple and weak to join them, we 753 Canons, 24 | captured they should become the slaves of their captors. We order 754 Canons, 16 | objection is shown by the smaller and junior party, apart 755 Canons, 12 | the Apostle who says, No soldier of God gets entangled in 756 Canons, 10 | their spiritual foes, since Solomon says, Woe to him who is 757 | something 758 Canons, 11 | of God came down upon the sons of disobedience and destroyed 759 Canons, 27 | slavery. Those who in true sorrow for their sins die in such 760 Canons, 1 | dissension in the choice of a sovereign pontiff, nevertheless in 761 Canons, 1 | chance, through some enemy sowing tares, there cannot be full 762 Canons, 27 | churches nor monasteries, and spare neither widows, orphans, 763 Canons, 1 | Roman church there is a special constitution, since no recourse 764 Canons, 10 | granted him by the abbot for a specific purpose, let him be removed 765 Canons, 10 | world the attack of their spiritual foes, since Solomon says, 766 Canons, 1 | pontiff, nevertheless in spite of these, because through 767 Intro | canons of the council were spread abroad through the whole 768 Canons, 27 | 27~As St. Leo says, though the discipline 769 Canons, 7 | in the belief that long standing custom has given it the 770 Canons, 9 | right and to correct what stands in the way of the progress 771 Intro | declared war upon the Italian states and especially the Roman 772 Canons, 10 | own. They are not to be stationed individually in towns or 773 | still 774 Canons, 24 | excommunicated unless they return the stolen property. ~ 775 Intro | remove everything which stood in the way of his authority 776 Canons, 12 | princes. We decree in the strictest terms that any religious 777 Canons, 3 | right that at least the strictness of ecclesiastical discipline 778 Canons, 13 | limit to their avarice, strive to obtain several ecclesiastical 779 Canons, 18 | through self-seeking he strives to prevent the progress 780 Canons, 27 | different names, has grown so strong that they no longer practise 781 Canons, 9 | we have learnt from the strongly worded complaints of our 782 Intro | Roman church which after its struggle for ecclesiastical liberty 783 Canons, 2 | and also by John of Struma 4  who followed them, and 784 Canons, 18 | to read and progress in study is not withdrawn from poor 785 Canons, 12 | 12~Clerics in the subdiaconate and above and also those 786 Canons, 6 | should humbly and devoutly submit to what is usefully enjoined 787 Canons, 17 | several without regard to subordination, and though there ought 788 Canons, 8 | judgment if the hope of future succession should have any place in 789 Canons, 19 | than the loss of those who suffer it, that in several parts 790 Canons, 1 | ambition the church has often suffered serious division, we too, 791 Canons, 4 | thanksgiving what is duly and suitably provided 5 . We also forbid 792 Canons, 27 | be denounced publicly on Sundays and other solemn days in 793 Canons, 21 | sunset on Wednesday until sunrise on Monday, and from Advent 794 Canons, 21 | observed by all from after sunset on Wednesday until sunrise 795 Canons, 18 | of the teacher are to be supplied and the way to knowledge 796 Canons, 24 | superiors in wickedness and supply them with arms and necessaries 797 Canons, 19 | let both them and their supporters know that they are excommunicated, 798 Intro | For this reason it is not surprising that chronicles of the period 799 Intro | Many manuscript codices survive for this council (in contrast 800 Canons, 1 | Dathan and Abiron, who were swallowed up alive by the earth. Further, 801 Intro | Rochester, Sangerman, and Tanner; and there are a considerable 802 Canons, 1 | through some enemy sowing tares, there cannot be full agreement 803 Intro | of Antonio Augustine of Tarragona, produced a more accurate 804 Canons, 18 | scholars. Thus the needs of the teacher are to be supplied and the 805 Canons, 18 | custom seek anything from teachers, or forbid anyone to teach 806 Canons, 12 | and so contrary to the teaching of the Apostle who says, 807 Canons, 9 | members a proper account of temporal matters. Let them not presume 808 Canons, 9 | canonical decisions and the tenor of our privileges. If they 809 Canons, 12 | decree in the strictest terms that any religious who presumes 810 Canons, 25 | in both the Old and New Testament. We therefore declare that 811 Canons, 4 | but let them receive with thanksgiving what is duly and suitably 812 Intro | dissertation of 1952, examined thoroughly the whole tradition and 813 Canons, 21 | of his position. Since a threefold cord is not quickly broken, 814 | throughout 815 Canons, 21 | people, and laying aside all timidity, to furnish each other with 816 Canons, 5 | priest without a definite title from which he may draw the 817 Canons, 27 | proportion to the degree of their toil. We command that those who 818 Canons, 9 | danger to souls. We are told that they receive churches 819 Canons, 22 | on anyone new demands for tolls, without the approval of 820 Canons, 27 | the regions of Albi and Toulouse and in other places the 821 Canons, 20 | which are commonly called tournaments, in which knights come together 822 | towards 823 Canons, 7 | that in certain churches trafficking is said to have a place, 824 Intro | weight in its concerns and transactions. ~The first printed edition 825 Canons, 10 | higher office they should be transferred on the advice of their brethren. ~ 826 Canons, 3 | protect themselves against a transgression of the constitution. We 827 Canons, 7 | church everything should be treated with a spirit of charity, 828 Canons, 27 | Basques, Coterelli and Triaverdini 17 , who practise such cruelty 829 Canons, 19 | of provinces has become a tributary. For whenever they think 830 Canons, 21 | octave of Easter. If anyone tries to break the truce, and 831 Canons, 21 | anyone tries to break the truce, and he does not comply 832 Canons, 21 | 21~We decree that truces are to be inviolably observed 833 Canons, 27 | to slavery. Those who in true sorrow for their sins die 834 Canons, 9 | the way of the progress of truth by means of the authority 835 Canons, 3 | has already reached his twenty-fifth year of age, and can be 836 Canons, 4 | should not exceed twenty or twenty-five, bishops are never to exceed 837 Intro | and II and exemplify the typical council of the Middle Ages 838 Canons, 8 | let them no longer remain unassigned and let them be conferred 839 Intro | examined and remains very uncertain. Many manuscript codices 840 Intro | important, we do not yet understand the relations between the 841 Canons, 27 | that they should remain undisturbed from all disquiet both in 842 Canons, 7 | aware that the longer an unhappy soul is bound by crimes 843 Canons, 16 | part of the brethren should unhesitatingly be observed, it is a very 844 Intro | 288 (Day-book), Innsbruck Univ. 90 (Gratian's Decrees), 845 Intro | a manuscript now lost or unknown, the whole collection known 846 | unlike 847 Canons, 11 | are found guilty of that unnatural vice for which the wrath 848 Intro | which seem to have been unnoticed hitherto) Vatican Regin. 849 Intro | Finally Herold, in his unpublished Bonn dissertation of 1952, 850 Canons, 6 | devoutly submit to what is usefully enjoined them for their 851 Canons, 15 | transfer these goods to other uses. We forbid this, knowing 852 Canons, 25 | therefore declare that notorious usurers should not be admitted to 853 Intro | of the emperor Frederick usurped the name of Pope Victor 854 Intro | criminals, which were causing utter destruction in some parts 855 Canons, 2 | persons, are to lack all validity and are to return to the 856 Intro | been unnoticed hitherto) Vatican Regin. lat. 596, 12th century ( 857 Intro | not seem to give us the version of the canons which was 858 Canons, 24 | galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. Therefore we declare that 859 Canons, 1 | all sacred order, so that viaticum be denied them, except at 860 Canons, 11 | guilty of that unnatural vice for which the wrath of God 861 Intro | Alexander had gained the victory, he promised the emperor 862 Canons, 24 | Let those also who in the vilest avarice presume to rob shipwrecked 863 Canons, 9 | rights of bishops and dare to violate their canonical decisions 864 Canons, 4 | that archbishops on their visitations of their dioceses are not 865 Canons, 19 | insufficient, aid should be given voluntarily by the churches to relieve 866 Canons, 5 | assign him the suitable wages of clerical service in some 867 Intro | about the preaching of the Waldensians. All this seems to have 868 Intro | Gregory IX's Decretals. Walter Holtzmann and other scholars 869 Canons, 27 | destroy and lay everything waste, we likewise decree that 870 Canons, 10 | for instance if they are wastrels or live immoral lives or 871 Canons, 12 | cleric he plunges into the waves of this world to please 872 Canons, 27 | and draw the simple and weak to join them, we declare 873 Canons, 9 | establish in many places, they weaken the bishops' authority, 874 Canons, 23 | pay greater honour to our weaker members, certain ecclesiastics, 875 Canons, 7 | funerals, for the blessing of weddings or for other sacraments, 876 Canons, 3 | thirty, been born in lawful wedlock and also is shown to be 877 Canons, 21 | all from after sunset on Wednesday until sunrise on Monday, 878 Intro | church, and were of great weight in its concerns and transactions. ~ 879 | well 880 | whatever 881 | whereas 882 | whereby 883 | wherever 884 Canons, 1 | of these, because through wicked and reckless ambition the 885 Canons, 4 | horses should think that the widest powers have been granted 886 Canons, 27 | monasteries, and spare neither widows, orphans, old or young nor 887 Canons, 3 | another who is both able and willing to fulfill it properly; 888 Canons, 14 | part according to their own wishes, and even dare to burden 889 Intro | Victor IV. The emperor, wishing to remove everything which 890 Canons, 18 | progress in study is not withdrawn from poor children who cannot 891 Canons, 26 | since Jews employ their own witnesses against Christians, and 892 Canons, 10 | foes, since Solomon says, Woe to him who is alone when 893 Canons, 24 | the Saracens with arms and wood for helmets, and become 894 Canons, 9 | learnt from the strongly worded complaints of our brethren 895 Intro | councils, appear to have been worked out by an excellent legal 896 Canons, 19 | priesthood seems to be in a worse condition than it was under 897 Canons, 3 | and also is shown to be worthy by his life and learning. 898 | would 899 Canons, 11 | unnatural vice for which the wrath of God came down upon the 900 Canons, 6 | as a defence of their own wrongdoing. Therefore to prevent prelates 901 Canons, 27 | priests who do not resist such wrongs are to be punished by loss 902 | you 903 Canons, 27 | widows, orphans, old or young nor any age or sex, but


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