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1 1 | servant of the servants of God, for the future memory hereof. ~ 2 1 | the providence of Almighty God hath committed unto us,-- 3 1 | the (two) princes, to whom God has entrusted well-nigh 4 1 | of us all,--the wrath of God assuredly hanging over our 5 1 | preserve this especially, that God had bestowed on them their 6 1 | we also, for the cause of God and to bring about peace, 7 1 | earnestness of our soul. God is our witness, on whose 8 1 | seemed good to the Lord our God, who, however, we still 9 1 | thanks to that Almighty God, who, as a pattern and a 10 1 | hope, that we believed that God, at length, had hearkened 11 1 | of thy good pleasure, 0 God, we were at last forced 12 1 | time is well pleasing unto God wherein deliberations are 13 1 | look solely to the will of God, and the good of the Christian 14 1 | the clemency and mercy of God, than to distrust our own 15 1 | authority of that Almighty God, Father, and Son, and Holy 16 1 | concluded, and completed, with God's help, to His glory and 17 1 | the bowels of the mercy of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ,-- 18 1 | and delay; a request which God Himself, and we, have a 19 1 | whole body. That thus,--with God going before us in our deliberations, 20 1 | indignation of Almighty God, and of His blessed apostles 21 3,1 | assiduously to the praises ./. of God; to offer up victims, praises, 22 3,1 | at least, the day whereon God made the light, rose again 23 3,1 | servants of the servants of God. ~Moreover, whereas it is 24 3,1 | confession of faith, glorify God, and the Father of our Lord 25 4,1 | spirit, which is the word of God. Wherefore, that this its 26 4,1 | proceed by the grace of God, It ordains and decrees 27 4,1 | follows: I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, maker 28 4,1 | the only-begotten Son of God, and born of the Father 29 4,1 | Father before all ages; God of God, light of light, 30 4,1 | before all ages; God of God, light of light, true God 31 4,1 | God, light of light, true God of true God; begotten, not 32 4,1 | light, true God of true God; begotten, not made, consubstantial 33 5,1 | Jesus Christ, the Son of God, first promulgated with 34 5,1 | Testament--seeing that one God is the author of both -- 35 5,2 | accrue to the Church of God, if it be made known which 36 5,2 | violators of the word of God, be by the bishops restrained 37 6,1 | is impossible to please God, may, errors being purged 38 6,1 | with which the Church of God is in these our times troubled, 39 6,1 | transgressed the commandment of God in Paradise, immediately 40 6,1 | wrath and indignation of God, and consequently death, 41 6,1 | consequently death, with which God had previously threatened 42 6,1 | and justice, received of God, which he lost, he lost 43 6,1 | who hath reconciled us to God in his own blood, made unto 44 6,1 | voice; Behold the lamb of God behold him who taketh away 45 6,1 | enter into the kingdom of God. ~5. If any one denies, 46 6,1 | again, there is nothing that God hates; because, There is 47 6,1 | is created according to God, are made inno-cent, immaculate, 48 6,1 | harmless, and beloved of God, heirs indeed of God, but 49 6,1 | of God, heirs indeed of God, but joint heirs with Christ; 50 6,1 | Virgin Mary, the mother of God; but that the constitutions 51 6,2 | they may afterwards, with God's blessing, pass on to the 52 6,2 | Preachers of the word of God, and on Questors of alms. ~ 53 6,2 | gratuitously. ~But if, which God forbid, a preacher should 54 7,1 | III., by the providence of God, Pope,-purposes, unto the 55 7,1 | praise and glory of Almighty God, the tranquillising of the 56 7,1 | father of mercies and the God of all comfort, when that 57 7,1 | the adoption of sons. Him God hath proposed as a propitiator, 58 7,1 | adoption of the sons of God, through the second Adam, 59 7,1 | enter into the Kingdom of God. ~CHAPTER V. ~On the necessity, 60 7,1 | the prevenient grace of God, through Jesus Christ, that 61 7,1 | sins were alienated from God, may be disposed through 62 7,1 | in such sort that, while God touches the heart of man 63 7,1 | will, without the grace of God, to move himself unto justice 64 7,1 | prevented by the grace of God. ~CHAPTER VI. ~The manner 65 7,1 | are freely moved towards God, believing those things 66 7,1 | things to be true which God has revealed and promised,- 67 7,1 | and this especially, that God justifies the impious by 68 7,1 | to consider the mercy of God, are raised unto hope, confiding 69 7,1 | unto hope, confiding that God will be propitious to them 70 7,1 | keep the commandments of God. Concerning this disposition 71 7,1 | written; He that cometh to God, must believe that he is, 72 7,1 | cause indeed is the glory of God and of Jesus Christ, and 73 7,1 | efficient cause is a merciful God who washes and sanctifies 74 7,1 | satisfaction for us unto God the Father; the instru-mental 75 7,1 | cause is the justice of God, not that whereby He Himself 76 7,1 | Passion, the charity of God is poured forth, by the 77 7,1 | is impossible to please God, and to come unto the fellowship 78 7,1 | gratuitously by the mercy of God for Christ's sake; yet is 79 7,1 | doubts of the promises of God, and of the efficacy of 80 7,1 | to doubt of the mercy of God, of the merit of Christ, 81 7,1 | has obtained the grace of God. ~CHAPTER X. ~On the increase 82 7,1 | friends and domestics of God, advancing from virtue to 83 7,1 | observance of the commandments of God and of the Church, faith 84 7,1 | observance of the commandments of God is impossible for one that 85 7,1 | one that is justified. For God commands not impossibilities, 86 7,1 | For, whoso are the sons of God, love Christ; but they who 87 7,1 | sins, but made servants of God, they are able, living soberly, 88 7,1 | access unto this grace. For God forsakes not those who have 89 7,1 | Whereas he was the son of God, learned obedience by the 90 7,1 | this aim principally that God may be gloried, have in 91 7,1 | it cannot be known whom God hath chosen unto Himself. ~ 92 7,1 | repose a most firm hope in God's help. For God, unless 93 7,1 | hope in God's help. For God, unless men be themselves 94 7,1 | victorious, unless they be with God's grace, obedient to the 95 7,1 | be again justified, when, God exciting them, through the 96 7,1 | ungrateful to the grace of God which they have received, 97 7,1 | to violate the temple of God. Concerning which penitence 98 7,1 | sorrow that is according to God worketh penance steadfast 99 7,1 | excludes from the kingdom of God not only the unbelieving, 100 7,1 | in vain in the Lord; for God is not unjust, that he should 101 7,1 | unto the end, and hoping in God, both as a grace mercifully 102 7,1 | promised to the sons of God through Jesus Christ, and 103 7,1 | according to the promise of God Himself, to be faithfully 104 7,1 | pleasing and meritorious before God,-we must believe that nothing 105 7,1 | which have been done in God, fully satisfied the divine 106 7,1 | ourselves; nor is the justice of God ignored or repudiated: for 107 7,1 | same is (the justice) of God, because that it is infused 108 7,1 | it is infused into us of God, through the merit of Christ. 109 7,1 | weight of glory; nevertheless God forbid that a Christian 110 7,1 | the mercy and goodness (of God); neither ought any one 111 7,1 | judgment of man, but of God, who will bring to light 112 7,1 | every man have praise from God, who, as it is written, 113 7,1 | may be justified before God by his own works, whether 114 7,1 | law, without the grace of God through Jesus Christ; let 115 7,1 | saith, that the grace of God, through Jesus Christ, is 116 7,1 | will moved and excited by God, by assenting to God exciting 117 7,1 | by God, by assenting to God exciting and calling, nowise 118 7,1 | the works that are evil God worketh as well as those 119 7,1 | or merit the hatred of God; or that the more earnestly 120 7,1 | we flee unto the mercy of God, or refrain from sinning,- 121 7,1 | justified, is only the favour of God; let him be anathema. ~CANON 122 7,1 | that the commandments of God are, even for one that is 123 7,1 | observe the commandments of God and of the Church, but only 124 7,1 | Christ Jesus was given of God to men, as a redeemer in 125 7,1 | without the special help of God, in the justice received; 126 7,1 | a special privilege from God, as the Church holds in 127 7,1 | and also increased before God through good works; but 128 7,1 | only he is not damned, that God does not impute those works 129 7,1 | their good works done in God, to expect and hope for 130 7,1 | eternal recompense from God, through His mercy and the 131 7,1 | not able by the grace of God to rise again; or, that 132 7,1 | such manner the gifts of God, as that they are not also 133 7,1 | performs through the grace of God and the merit of Jesus Christ, 134 7,1 | present decree, the glory of God, or the merits of our Lord 135 7,1 | and the glory in fine of God and of Jesus Christ are 136 7,2 | the mercy of our Lord and God, and the provident vigilance 137 7,2 | them to rule the Church of God which he hath purchased 138 7,2 | advancement of the service of God, taking into account the 139 8,1 | desire thereof, men obtain of God, through faith alone, the 140 8,1 | saith, that grace, as far as God's part is concerned, is 141 8,1 | prosecute, unto the praise of God, and the increase of the 142 8,3 | servant of the servants of God, to our venerable brother 143 8,3 | We, by the providence of God, presiding over the government 144 8,3 | aforesaid, and will, with God's help, cause it to be inviolably 145 8,3 | indignation of Almighty God, and of the blessed Peter 146 10,1 | III., by the providence of God, Pope; considering that, 147 11,2 | servant of the servants of God, for the future memory hereof. ~ 148 11,2 | praise and glory of Almighty God, procure the peace of the 149 11,2 | the grace and bounty of God, all Christian kings and 150 11,2 | indignation of Almighty God, and of His blessed apostles, 151 13 | thanks to that same Almighty God, for the arrival, a little 152 13 | weakness will permit, that so God, who is blessed for evermore, 153 14,1 | with which the Church of God is now miserably agitated, 154 14,1 | Lord Jesus Christ, true God and man, is truly, really, 155 14,1 | believe, to be possible unto God: for thus all our forefathers, 156 14,1 | ever been in the Church of God, that, immediately after 157 14,1 | belief in the Church of God, and this holy Synod doth 158 14,1 | which is due to the true God, to this most holy sacrament. 159 14,1 | for we believe that same God to be present therein, of 160 14,1 | And let all the angels of God adore him; whom the Magi 161 14,1 | custom in the Church of God, that laymen should receive 162 14,1 | bowels of the mercy of our God, that all and each of those 163 14,2 | the only-begotten Son of God, is not to be adored with 164 14,3 | exceedingly displeasing to God, should not only itself 165 14,4 | devoutly offered up to Almighty God for this end,-amongst the 166 14,4 | all acknowledge the same God and Redeemer, so may all 167 14,4 | trusting in the mercy of God, and hoping that the result 168 15,1 | their gratitude towards God, as that they constantly 169 15,1 | remission of sins But because God, rich in mercy, knows our 170 15,1 | detest so great an offence of God. Wherefore the prophet says; 171 15,1 | of preaching the word of God, and of an nouncing the 172 15,1 | inasmuch as they are, by God's institution, required 173 15,1 | is reconciliation with God, which sometimes, in persons 174 15,1 | and reconciles man with God before this sacrament be 175 15,1 | that it is even a gift of God, and an impulse of the Holy 176 15,1 | him to obtain the grace of God in the sacrament of Penance. 177 15,1 | thing which the Church of God never taught, or thought: 178 15,1 | excluded from the grace of God, and into which we fall 179 15,1 | of wrath, and enemies of God, it is necessary to seek 180 15,1 | pardon of them all from God, with an open and modest 181 15,1 | bare before the mercy of God to be pardoned: whereas 182 15,1 | mortally offended his Lord and God: whilst the other sins, 183 15,1 | nevertheless truly and in God's sight absolved, on account 184 15,1 | firmly held in the Church of God, and this Synod ratifies 185 15,1 | all things, that are from God, are well ordered-but that 186 15,1 | external polity, but also in God's sight. Nevertheless, for 187 15,1 | observed in the said Church of God, that there be no reservation 188 15,1 | and alien from the word of God, that the guilt is never 189 15,1 | to violate the temple of God, and to grieve the Holy 190 15,1 | there ever in the Church of God any way accounted surer 191 15,1 | to make satisfaction to God the Father, not only by 192 15,1 | temporal scourges inflicted of God, and borne patiently by 193 15,2 | from trust in the mercy of God, than when he perceives 194 15,3 | reconciling the faithful unto God, as often as they fall into 195 15,3 | If any one saith, that God always remits the whole 196 15,3 | punishment, is nowise made to God, through the merits of Jesus 197 15,3 | Christ, are not a worship of God, but traditions of men, 198 15,3 | and the true worship of God, and the benefit itself 199 15,5 | a guide to the people of God committed to them, in conduct, 200 15,5 | themselves as the ministers of God, lest that saying of the 201 15,5 | in them, The priests of God defile the sanctuaries, 202 15,5 | different paths, one of God, the other of the flesh;- 203 16,2 | reconciliation, that if, which God forbid, any one, or divers 204 16,2 | reciprocally wills, that if, which God forbid, any one, or divers, 205 16,2 | excluded, reconduct them, with God's help, from Trent to that 206 17,1 | all good and all powerful God, the progress of the Council 207 17,1 | authority. But if, which may God forefend, the lawful impediments 208 17,2 | servant of the servants of God, for the perpeual memory 209 17,2 | called, by the alone mercy of God, to the Government of the 210 17,2 | of convoking, and, with God's help, of celebrating an 211 17,2 | honour, and glory of Almighty God, and for the good of the 212 17,2 | supported by the authority of God Himself, and of the Blessed 213 17,2 | or delay, their duty to God and the Church at this so 214 17,2 | salutary a work; seeking, as God knows, nothing else, proposing 215 17,2 | Council, but the honour of God, the recovery and the salvation 216 17,2 | indignation of Almighty God, and of His Blessed Apostles, 217 19,1 | and earnestly beseeches God for the things that are 218 19,1 | of the mercy of our same God and Lord, all who hold not 219 19,3 | reconciliation, that if, which God forbid, any one, or divers 220 19,3 | reciprocally wills, that if, which God forbid, any one, or divers, 221 19,3 | excluded, reconduct them, with God's help, from Trent to that 222 20,1 | supplication is to be made to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus 223 22,1 | dispensers of the mysteries of God. And indeed it is sufficiently 224 22,1 | acquired of being the sons of God. Not therefore, however, 225 22,1 | that, by the precept of God, or, by necessity of salvation, 226 22,2 | to the praise of Almighty God, and the adornment of holy 227 22,2 | offices are administered unto God, may be maintained according 228 22,2 | diocese regard the worship of God, be diligently cared for 229 23,1 | priesthood; there was need, God, the Father of mercies, 230 23,1 | sanctified. He, therefore, our God and Lord, though He was 231 23,1 | altar of the cross unto God the Father, by means of 232 23,1 | Melchisedech, He offered up to God the Father His own body 233 23,1 | aid, if we draw nigh unto God, contrite and penitent, 234 23,1 | offered unto them, but unto God alone, who crowned them; 235 23,1 | but, giving thanks to God for their victories, he 236 23,1 | piety, and raise up unto God the minds of those that 237 23,2 | sacriflce is not offered to God; or, that to be offered 238 23,2 | their intercession with God, as the Church intends; 239 23,3 | accursed, who doth the work of God negligently; and if we must 240 23,3 | thereunto may, for the glory of God and the edification of the 241 23,3 | clamour, that so the house of God may be seen to be, and may 242 23,4 | piety, and the service of God, more than the life and 243 23,4 | things are for the Church of God, the more carefully also 244 23,4 | they themselves may have, God being the avenger, to pay 245 23,4 | grievously burthened, and that God, and their own superiors, 246 23,4 | have been instituted for God's worship, for the salvation 247 24,1 | are, by the ordinance of God, in such wise conjoined, 248 24,1 | thou stir up the grace of God, which is in thee by the 249 24,1 | imposition of my hands. For God has not given us the spirit 250 24,1 | ministry of the word of God. And if any one affirm, 251 24,1 | Ghost, to rule the Church of God; that they are superior 252 24,1 | ministers of the word of God and of the sacraments; let 253 24,2 | their hearts are open before God, whose work they are bound, 254 24,2 | of all men, that so, with God's help, they may never hereafter 255 24,2 | that they may render unto God a faithful service, and 256 24,2 | shall have a hope, with God's help, to be able to live 257 24,2 | special, help of Almighty God, persevere in ecclesiastical 258 24,2 | manifest a desire of serving God and the Church. The bishop, 259 24,2 | seminary of ministers of God. And that the youths may 260 25,1 | as having been uttered by God, He said, therefore now 261 25,1 | these words; What therefore God hath joined together, let 262 25,2 | be anathema: seeing that God refuses not that gift to 263 25,3 | nevertheless, the holy Church of God has, for reasons most just, 264 25,4 | be enabled to obtain from God a good pastor. ~And as regards 265 25,4 | conducive to the glory of God, and the salvation of the 266 25,4 | necessary for the Church of God than that the most blessed 267 25,4 | But if any one, which God forbid, shall presume to 268 25,4 | order to hear the word of God. No one shall preach in 269 25,4 | done, to hear the word of God. But no one, whether Secular 270 25,4 | faith, and obedience towards God and their parents, by those 271 25,4 | even of heresy-which may God forfend-which merit deposition 272 25,4 | devoutly to praise the name of God, in hymns and canticles, 273 25,4 | deceiving themselves, not God, are not ashamed to elude, 274 25,4 | swear on the holy Gospels of God, that they will, setting 275 25,4 | an account, not only to God, but also, if need be, to 276 26,2 | up their own prayers to God for men; that it is good 277 26,2 | obtaining benefits from God, through His Son, Jesus 278 26,2 | repugnant to the word of God; and is opposed to the honour 279 26,2 | honour of the one mediator of God and men, Christ Jesus; or, 280 26,2 | benefits are bestowed by God on men; so that they who 281 26,2 | of the Virgin Mother of God, and of the other saints, 282 26,2 | because the miracles which God has performed by means of 283 26,2 | faithful; that so they may give God thanks for those things; 284 26,2 | excited to adore and love God, and to cultivate piety. 285 26,2 | holiness becometh the house of God. ~And that these things 286 26,3 | accrue to the Church of God, from monasteries piously 287 26,3 | bishops, by the judgment of God to which It appeals, and 288 26,3 | from being able to serve God and His church, in accordance 289 26,3 | who are to be dedicated to God, ordains and decrees, that 290 26,3 | to the praise of Almighty God. ~ 291 26,4 | and cares for the glory of God. For it is not to be doubted, 292 26,4 | so much recom mends us to God. ~Wherefore, after the example 293 26,4 | simplicity, zeal towards God, and a contempt of vanities. 294 26,4 | church, which belongs to God; but if their kindred be 295 26,4 | aforesaid refuse, which God forbid, the bishops of the 296 26,4 | to be most expedient for God's honour and worship, and 297 26,4 | payment of tithes is due to God; and they who refuse to 298 26,4 | things that are given them by God, to assist bountifully those 299 26,4 | churches; to the praise of God, and to maintain the dignity 300 26,4 | themselves to the service of God, to live in the filth of 301 26,4 | Bishops also, if, which God forbid, they abstain not 302 26,4 | from places consecrated to God, where purity and holiness 303 26,4 | they,--as Catholics, whom God hath willed to be the protectors 304 26,4 | which, by the ordinance of God, and by the appointments 305 26,4 | belonging especially to God, and as being under the 306 26,7 | power, delivered unto her of God; the sacred holy Synod teaches, 307 26,8 | they who hear, shall hear God as a rewarder, whereas they 308 26,8 | contemn them, shall feel God himself as an avenger. ~ 309 26,11| care that, for the glory of God and the tranquillity of 310 26,13| to the praise of Almighty God, an end be put to this sacred 311 26,13| After having given thanks to God, most reverend Fathers, 312 26,14| Answer of the Fathers. O Lord God, do Thou very long preserve 313 26,14| supreme priest, Jesus Christ God; our inviolate Lady, the 314 26,14| Lady, the holy mother of God, also interceding, and all 315 26,14| generals. ~Praise be to God.~It agrees with the original: 316 26,15| IV., by the providence of God, Pope, the most reverend 317 27 | PIUS IV., BY PROVIDENCE OF GOD, POPE, TOUCHING THE CONFIRMATION 318 27 | servant of the servants of God, for the perpetual memory 319 27 | hereof. ~Blessed be the God, and Father of our Lord 320 27 | Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort, who hath 321 27 | to the praise of Almighty God, with the advice and assent 322 27 | equal zeal, for the sake of God's honour, and the salvation 323 27 | indignation of Almighty God, and of His blessed Apostles,


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