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1 1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church,--to open the Council; to 2 1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, we proposed this to the 3 1 | the dissenters from the Church, were to be tolerated until 4 1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church; after having removed and 5 1 | apostles, and in the Lateran Church, at the time when the multitude 6 2,1 | the peace and union of the Church; for the reformation of 7 3,1 | and for the unity of the Church: and as regards the bishops, 8 3,1 | celebrated, in the cathedral church, the mass of the Holy Ghost, 9 4,1 | faith which the holy Roman Church makes use of,--as being 10 4,1 | holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. I confess one baptism for 11 5,1 | Gospel be preserved in the Church; which (Gospel), before 12 5,1 | preserved in the Catholic Church by a continuous succession. 13 5,1 | be read in the Catholic Church, and as they are contained 14 5,1 | restoring morals in the Church. ~ 15 5,2 | utility may accrue to the Church of God, if it be made known 16 5,2 | been approved of in the Church, be, in public lectures, 17 5,2 | sense which holy mother Church,--whose it is to judge of 18 6,1 | many evils with which the Church of God is in these our times 19 6,1 | judgment and consent of the Church itself, ordains, confesses, 20 6,1 | administered in the form of the church; let him be anathema: For 21 6,1 | otherwise than as the Catholic Church spread everywhere hath always 22 6,1 | declares that the Catholic Church has never understood it 23 6,2 | other method suited to his church and diocese; that so this 24 7,1 | detriment to the unity of the Church, a certain erroneous doctrine 25 7,1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, and legates apostolic a 26 7,1 | the tranquillising of the Church, and the salvation of souls, 27 7,1 | and which the Catholic Church, the Holy Ghost reminding 28 7,1 | consent of the Catholic Church hath held and expressed; 29 7,1 | opposition to the Catholic Church. But neither is this to 30 7,1 | commandments of God and of the Church, faith co-operating with 31 7,1 | increase of justification holy Church begs, when she prays, "Give 32 7,1 | fine, introduced into the Church by Satan; let him be anathema. ~ 33 7,1 | commandments of God and of the Church, but only to believe; as 34 7,1 | privilege from God, as the Church holds in regard of the Blessed 35 7,2 | placed them to rule the Church of God which he hath purchased 36 7,2 | reforming of manners in the church, it hath seemed good to 37 7,2 | metropolitan, or cathedral church, under what title soever, 38 7,2 | superior, to the fabric of the church and to the poor of the place. 39 7,2 | interdicted from entering into the church; that he, by the authority 40 8,1 | most holy Sacraments of the Church, through which all true 41 8,1 | the purity of the Catholic Church, and to the salvation of 42 8,1 | least of doing what the Church does; let him be anathema. ~ 43 8,1 | approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used in the 44 8,1 | saith, that in the Roman church, which is the mother and 45 8,1 | intention of doing what the Church doth, is not true baptism; 46 8,1 | or transmitted, of holy Church, in such wise that they 47 8,1 | in the faith alone of the Church; let him be anathema. ~CANON 48 8,1 | faith in the face of the Church; let him be anathema. ~CANON 49 8,1 | whose lot it is to rule one church well and fruitfully, and 50 8,3 | government of the universal Church, though with merits unequal 51 8,3 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church,-upon hearing that peace 52 10,1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, and Legates apostolic a 53 11,1 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, and Legates of the Apostolic 54 11,2 | Cardinals of the holy Roman Church, presided in the name of 55 11,2 | procure the peace of the Church and the increase of the 56 11,2 | Cardinals of the said holy Roman Church, for resuming and prosecuting 57 13 | the unity of holy mother Church, and to the rule of righteous 58 14,1 | troubles with which the Church of God is now miserably 59 14,1 | notwithstanding, left in His Church as a symbol of that unity 60 14,1 | doctrine, which the Catholic Church,-instructed by our Lord 61 14,1 | many as were in the true Church of Christ, who have treated 62 14,1 | the universal sense of the Church, which, as the pillar and 63 14,1 | faith has ever been in the Church of God, that, immediately 64 14,1 | been a firm belief in the Church of God, and this holy Synod 65 14,1 | is, by the holy Catholic Church, suitably and properly called 66 14,1 | received in the Catholic Church, render in veneration the 67 14,1 | custom introduced into the Church, that this sublime and venerable 68 14,1 | great joy of the universal Church, may either pine away weakened 69 14,1 | observance of the Catholic Church. Wherefore, this holy Synod 70 14,1 | always the custom in the Church of God, that laymen should 71 14,2 | conversion indeed the Catholic Church most aptly calls Transubstantiation; 72 14,2 | rite and custom of holy church; or, is not to be proposed 73 14,2 | the precept of holy Mother Church; let him be anathema. ~CANON 74 14,3 | bishop, resident in his own church, shall of himself, as the 75 14,4 | And; whether holy Mother Church hath erred, by communicating, 76 15,1 | baptism. And the Catholic Church with great reason repudiated 77 15,1 | a judge, seeing that the Church exercises judgment on no 78 15,1 | according to the custom of holy Church, laudably joined, which 79 15,1 | receive it: a thing which the Church of God never taught, or 80 15,1 | explained, the universal Church has always understood, that 81 15,1 | is certain, that in the Church nothing else is required 82 15,1 | for the edification of the Church that has been scandalized,-- 83 15,1 | from the beginning in holy Church, and is still also in use, 84 15,1 | Council of Lateran: for the Church did not, through the Council 85 15,1 | Whence, throughout the whole Church, the salutary custom is, 86 15,1 | been firmly held in the Church of God, and this Synod ratifies 87 15,1 | to them in the universal Church, were deservedly able to 88 15,1 | piously observed in the said Church of God, that there be no 89 15,1 | indeed was there ever in the Church of God any way accounted 90 15,2 | bring in the priests of the Church, and let them pray over 91 15,2 | In which words, as the Church has learned from apostolic 92 15,2 | salutary sacrament. For the Church has understood the matter 93 15,2 | are the Presbyters of the Church; by which name are to be 94 15,2 | healing in the primitive church; nor those who say that 95 15,2 | usage which the holy Roman Church observes in the administration 96 15,2 | assuredly does the Roman Church, the mother and mistress 97 15,3 | saith, that in the Catholic Church Penance is not truly and 98 15,3 | penance, as the Catholic Church has always from the beginning 99 15,3 | priest alone, which the Church hath ever observed from 100 15,3 | as it is observed in the Church, is impossible, and is a 101 15,3 | the keys are given to the Church, only to loose, not also 102 15,4 | Unction, which the holy Roman Church observes, is repugnant to 103 15,4 | that the Presbyters of the Church, whom blessed James exhorts 104 15,5 | administer the sacraments of the Church: none of the bishops, who 105 15,5 | administer the sacraments of the Church. ~CHAPTER IV. ~No cleric 106 15,5 | bishop be resident in his own church, or of the person that may 107 15,5 | confounded, or one and the same church belong in some sort to two 108 15,5 | founded, and built anew, a church, benefice, or chapel; or 109 16,1 | discipline of holy Mother Church; (this Synod) has deferred 110 16,2 | consent of the Catholic Church, and the authorities of 111 17,1 | Cardinal of the holy Roman Church, of the title of Saint Marcellus, 112 17,1 | truthful reasons of the Church; when a kind of light, in 113 17,2 | to the Government of the Church, though unequal to so great 114 17,2 | thing so advantageous to the Church. But how greatly, meanwhile, 115 17,2 | so grievous evils of the Church. We, therefore, have judged 116 17,2 | Cardinals of the holy Roman Church, and having also acquainted 117 17,2 | the good of the Universal Church, and relying on and supported 118 17,2 | their duty to God and the Church at this so urgent a conjuncture: 119 17,2 | apostles, and in the Lateran Church, at the time when the people 120 18,1 | and for procuring for the Church a true and Christian peace? 121 19,1 | that he would give to His Church a mouth and wisdom, hath 122 19,1 | are for the peace of the Church, that we all, acknowledging 123 19,3 | consent of the Catholic Church, and the authorities of 124 19,4 | that which the holy Roman Church holds, is publicly and with 125 22,1 | obedience of the Catholic Church, It has thought fit, that 126 22,1 | judgment and usage of the Church itself,--declares and teaches, 127 22,1 | that all the faithful of Church be bound, by the institution 128 22,1 | CHAPTER II. ~The power of the Church as regards the dispensation 129 22,1 | power has ever been in the Church, that, in the dispensation 130 22,1 | Wherefore, holy Mother Church, knowing this her authority 131 22,1 | without the authority of the Church itself. ~CHAPTER III. ~That 132 22,1 | that the holy Catholic Church was not induced, by just 133 22,1 | which the holy Catholic Church was led to communicate, 134 22,2 | and the adornment of holy Church, the things which follow 135 22,2 | and the offices of the Church; to the end that the divine 136 22,2 | of the sacraments of the Church, and for the performance 137 22,2 | belonging to the Mother Church: and, if it be necessary, 138 22,2 | heavenly treasures of the Church are administered, not for 139 23,1 | retained in the holy Catholic Church; and may, all errors and 140 23,1 | His own beloved Spouse the Church, a visible sacrifice, such 141 23,1 | them); even as the Catholic Church has always understood and 142 23,1 | under visible signs, by the Church through (the ministry of) 143 23,1 | Saints. ~And although the Church has been accustomed at times 144 23,1 | and received, the Catholic Church instituted, many years ago, 145 23,1 | therefore has holy Mother Church instituted certain rites, 146 23,1 | a public minister of the Church, not for himself only, but 147 23,1 | has been enjoined by the Church on priests, to mix water 148 23,1 | the ancient usage of each church, and the rite approved of 149 23,1 | approved of by the holy Roman Church, the mother and mistress 150 23,1 | and to eliminate from holy Church, by means of the canons 151 23,2 | intercession with God, as the Church intends; let him be anathema. ~ 152 23,2 | signs, which the Catholic Church makes use of in the celebration 153 23,2 | that the rite of the Roman Church, according to which a part 154 23,3 | or, at all, out of the church, and those oratories which 155 23,3 | been approved of by the Church, and have been received 156 23,3 | shall wholly banish from the Church the observance of a fixed 157 23,4 | these things are for the Church of God, the more carefully 158 23,4 | promoted to a cathedral church shall not only be fully 159 23,4 | applied to the fabric of the church, as far as it may need it, 160 23,4 | reside and minister in the church with that cure, he shall 161 23,4 | Cathedral or Collegiate Church. The qualifications and 162 23,4 | collegiate, Secular or Regular, church, is not constituted in the 163 23,4 | lay, of the fabric of any church whatsoever, even though 164 23,4 | institution and regulations of any church or fabric, it has been otherwise 165 23,4 | Usurpers of the property of any Church, or pious places, are punished. ~ 166 23,4 | whatsoever, belonging to any church, or to any benefice, whether 167 23,4 | have wholly restored to the Church, and to the administrator 168 23,4 | be the patron of the said church, he shall, besides the penalties 169 23,5 | which the holy Catholic Church was led to communicate, 170 24,1 | Testament, the Catholic Church has received, from the institution 171 24,1 | that there is, in that Church, a new, visible, and external 172 24,1 | tradition of the Catholic Church has always taught, that 173 24,1 | well-ordered settlement of the church, there should be several 174 24,1 | the very beginning of the church, the names of the following 175 24,1 | seven sacraments of holy Church. For the apostle says; I 176 24,1 | Holy Ghost, to rule the Church of God; that they are superior 177 24,1 | ordain the ministers of the Church; and that they can perform 178 24,1 | are not ministers of the church, but are to be looked upon 179 24,1 | are not in the Catholic Church other orders, both greater 180 24,1 | sacred unction which the Church uses in holy ordination, 181 24,1 | saith, that, in the Catholic Church there is not a hierarchy 182 24,2 | personal residence in their own church, or diocese, where they 183 24,2 | the evident utility of the Church, or of the commonwealth, 184 24,2 | from their own cathedral church during the period of the 185 24,2 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church,--have been set over cathedral, 186 24,2 | shall be celebrated in the church to which they have been 187 24,2 | to state publicly in the church the names and the desire 188 24,2 | tonsure, he serves in some church by the bishop's order, or 189 24,2 | service or ministry of some church, serve and minister therein, 190 24,2 | the constitutions of the church, shall diligently investigate 191 24,2 | presence of the canons of that church, who are to be invited for 192 24,2 | the place; the principal church being always, as far as 193 24,2 | bishop; and this in the church to which they shall be assigned, 194 24,2 | assiduous service in the church, their greater reverence 195 24,2 | necessity, or the utility of the church, in the bishop's judgment, 196 24,2 | and the necessity of the Church, the bishop should judge 197 24,2 | assigned to a particular church. ~Whereas no one ought to 198 24,2 | without being attached to that church, or pious place, for the 199 24,2 | laudably received in the Church from the times of the apostles, 200 24,2 | and the revenues of the church can support it; and, to 201 24,2 | those of the fabric of the church,-if the funds allow of it,- 202 24,2 | and the clerical dress in church. ~CHAPTER XVIII. ~Method 203 24,2 | desire of serving God and the Church. The bishop, having divided 204 24,2 | promoting the common good of the Church; for the Synod wills that 205 24,2 | some other more convenient church of the province, out of 206 25,1 | as Christ also loved the Church, and delivered himself up 207 25,1 | speak in Christ and in the Church. Whereas therefore matrimony, 208 25,1 | tradition of the universal Church, always taught, that it 209 25,1 | sentiment of the Catholic Church, and from the usage approved 210 25,2 | been invented by men in the Church; and that it does not confer 211 25,2 | contracted; and that the Church cannot dispense in some 212 25,2 | any one saith, that the Church could not establish impediments 213 25,2 | any one saith, that the Church has erred, in that she hath 214 25,2 | any one saith, that the Church errs, in that she declares 215 25,2 | other ceremonies which the Church makes use of therein; let 216 25,3 | marriages, so long as the Church has not rendered them invalid; 217 25,3 | nevertheless, the holy Church of God has, for reasons 218 25,3 | adultery; an evil which the Church, which judges not of what 219 25,3 | announce publicly in the Church, during the solemnization 220 25,3 | with in the face of the church; where the parish priest, 221 25,3 | shall be published in the church; that so, if there be any 222 25,3 | which is to be given in the church; and It ordains that the 223 25,3 | the people in every parish church of their respective dioceses; 224 25,3 | wholesome precepts of the Church, is not worthy to experience 225 25,4 | manner of degrees in the Church, a provident and enlightened 226 25,4 | ordains, that, as soon as a church shall become vacant, processions, 227 25,4 | are capable of governing a church; and that they sin mortally, 228 25,4 | worthy of, and useful to, the church, not guided by entreaties, 229 25,4 | deacons -of the holy Roman Church; whom the most holy Roman 230 25,4 | grievous afflictions of the Church, cannot avoid recording, 231 25,4 | is more necessary for the Church of God than that the most 232 25,4 | he owes to the Universal Church,-that he take unto himself, 233 25,4 | that he appoint over each church, above all things, good 234 25,4 | will to the metropolitan church. Those bishops likewise 235 25,4 | of the ornaments of the church, or its revenues arising 236 25,4 | necessary and useful for the church, as to them shall seem most 237 25,4 | be discharged: the Parish Church to be frequented in order 238 25,4 | person, each in his own church, announce the sacred Scriptures 239 25,4 | present at his own parish church, where it can be conveniently 240 25,4 | hearing confessions in the church, he shall be meanwhile reputed 241 25,4 | Apostolic See-whose cathedral church is the nearest, if he be 242 25,4 | in obedience to the Roman Church. But those who are promoted 243 25,4 | dress, both in and out of church; shall abstain from unlawful 244 25,4 | called the senate of the Church. As to other matters, regarding 245 25,4 | those who minister in the church, and any other things of 246 25,4 | cathedral or collegiate church, or to any other simple 247 25,4 | possession of any cathedral church, benefice, canonries, or 248 25,4 | suitable to the dignity of the church; any constitutions and privileges 249 25,4 | property and revenues of the church, of which they shall afterwards 250 25,4 | metropolitan. And if the church be itself the metropolitan, 251 25,4 | bishops in that metropolitan church, and the nearest bishop 252 25,4 | bishop in regard of that church that is exempted, have power 253 25,4 | promoted to the said vacant church, shall demand, from the 254 25,4 | papers belonging to the church, if any such have come into 255 25,4 | for the government of the church, doth by this present decree,- 256 25,4 | cathedral and one parochial church, shall be absolutely obliged,- 257 25,4 | retaining one parochial church only, or the cathedral church 258 25,4 | church only, or the cathedral church alone, to resign the other 259 25,4 | CHAPTER XVIII. ~Upon a Parish Church becoming vacant, a Vicar 260 25,4 | vacancy occurs in a parish church, whether by death, or by 261 25,4 | thereof devolves on the church (itself), or on the bishop, 262 25,4 | moreover, the said parish church may be reserved, or appropriated, 263 25,4 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, or of certain abbots, or 264 25,4 | information of the vacancy of the church, to appoint, if need be, 265 25,4 | support the duties of the said church, until it shall be provided 266 25,4 | capable of governing the said church. It shall nevertheless be 267 25,4 | vacancy occurring in any church, the bishop shall select 268 25,4 | qualifications, to govern the vacant church; and out of these the bishop 269 25,4 | to none other, shall the church be collated by him unto 270 25,4 | collate thereunto. But, if the church be under ecclesiastical 271 25,4 | prescribed above, shall the church be committed, nor shall 272 25,4 | time being to the vacant church, or whom he may afterwards 273 25,4 | administration of the said church, until it be provided for, 274 25,4 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church; and those hitherto granted 275 25,4 | manners, and procuring for the church a true and Christian peace," 276 26,1 | PURGATORY.~Whereas the Catholic Church, instructed by the Holy 277 26,1 | with the institutes of the church; and that whatsoever is 278 26,1 | priests and ministers of the church, and others who are bound 279 26,2 | the Catholic and Apostolic Church, received from the primitive 280 26,2 | to be condemned, as the Church has already long since condemned, 281 26,2 | image, in any place, or church, howsoever exempted, except 282 26,2 | has not been usual in the Church, shall be resolved on, without 283 26,3 | and utility accrue to the Church of God, from monasteries 284 26,3 | convent, and not in the public church, the holy Synod forbids 285 26,3 | able to serve God and His church, in accordance with their 286 26,4 | out of the property of the Church. ~It is to be wished, that 287 26,4 | out of the revenues of the church: seeing that even the canons 288 26,4 | kindred the property of the church, which belongs to God; but 289 26,4 | seed-plot of many evils in the church. And what has been said 290 26,4 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church ; for whereas, upon their 291 26,4 | administration of the universal Church depends, it would seem to 292 26,4 | advantage of a cathedral church, or of a monastery, demands 293 26,4 | cathedral or col-legiate church; as also all faculties and 294 26,4 | evident necessity of the church, or benefice, or dignity; 295 26,4 | contracted to the injury of the church, and contrary to the ordinances 296 26,4 | in law, to the cathedral church, or to whatsoever other 297 26,4 | the cathedral, or parish, church, but has subsequently, by 298 26,4 | the cathedral or parish church; all grants, graces, privileges, 299 26,4 | that the ministers of the Church may be recalled to that 300 26,4 | applied to the fabric of the church, or to some other pious 301 26,4 | hold benefices in the same church; the son shall be compelled 302 26,4 | for another out of that church, within the space of three 303 26,4 | assigned to the vicar of the church, by what name soever he 304 26,4 | kind of servility, both in church and out of it, before the 305 26,4 | charging them that, both in church and out of it, having before 306 26,4 | which they hold of the church ; and if those places be 307 26,4 | and other Rights of the Church are recommended to Secular 308 26,4 | protectors of holy faith and church,--will not only grant that 309 26,4 | not only grant that to the church her own right be restored, 310 26,4 | violate that immunity of the church and of ecclesiastical persons, 311 26,4 | persons, of the liberty of the Church, and against the violators 312 26,4 | the interests of their own church. Wherefore let each one 313 26,7 | granted by Christ to the Church; and she has, even in the 314 26,7 | is to be retained in the Church; and It condemns with anathema 315 26,7 | deny that there is in the Church the power of granting them. 316 26,7 | and approved custom in the Church, moderation be observed; 317 26,7 | collect, each in his own church, all abuses of this nature, 318 26,7 | expedient for the universal Church will be ordained; that this 319 26,8 | things which the holy Roman Church, the mother and ./. mistress 320 26,11| the tranquillity of the Church, the necessities of the 321 26,14| of the holy and universal Church, many years and eternal 322 26,14| most holy Father to thy church: for many years. ~The Cardinal. 323 26,15| vice-chancellor of the holy Roman Church, ./. do certify and attest, 324 27 | look down upon His holy Church, agitated and tossed by 325 27 | persons of piety, whilst the Church daily more and more implored 326 27 | day be derived unto the Church from the decrees and constitutions 327 27 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church, and, above all, having 328 27 | interdicted from entering the church, and all others whomsoever 329 27 | apostles, and in the Lateran church, at the time when the people


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