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1 1 | having been, as we have said, called upon to guide and 2 1 | time, we accorded to the said princes, that the time for 3 1 | seeing that not even on the said feast of the Resurrection 4 1 | and truth,--we may, in the said sacred ecumenical council, 5 1 | affixed to the doors of the said churches, also to the gates 6 3,1 | same day there shall be said, in the other churches, 7 3,1 | reformation may be reformed; the said Synod exhorts all Catholics 8 3,1 | disputation; but let whatsoever is said be so tempered by the mildest 9 4,2 | that may be decreed by the said sacred Synod may seem to 10 4,2 | it shall seem fit to the said Synod to discuss and examine 11 5,1 | author of both --as also the said traditions, as well those 12 5,1 | sacred and canonical, the said books entire with all their 13 5,1 | and in what manner, the said Synod, after having laid 14 5,2 | ordains and declares, that the said old and vulgate edition, 15 5,2 | presume to interpret the said sacred Scripture contrary 16 5,2 | ecclesiastical superiors, the said books of sacred Scripture, 17 5,2 | Scripture, and especially the said old and vulgate edition, 18 5,2 | as the authors. And the said approbation of books of 19 6,1 | these things touching the said original sin: ~1. If any 20 6,1 | or if he denies that the said merit of Jesus Christ is 21 6,1 | that which the apostle has said, By one man sin entered 22 6,1 | the pains contained in the said constitutions, which it 23 6,2 | expound and interpret the said sacred Scripture, either 24 6,2 | substitute, to be chosen by the said bishops, archbishops, primates, 25 6,2 | And in case that in the said churches there should not 26 6,2 | his chapter, as that the said lecture of sacred Scripture 27 6,2 | blessing, pass on to the said study of sacred Scripture. 28 6,2 | provided however, that the said benefice be not deprived 29 6,2 | those who are teaching the said sacred Scripture, as long 30 6,2 | may be, in whatsoever way, said to be exempted, or haply 31 6,2 | at the discretion of the said bishop; in such wise that 32 6,2 | in whose provinces the said dioceses are situated, as 33 6,2 | any account preach in the said churches which belong not 34 6,2 | bishops shall grant the said license gratuitously. ~But 35 6,2 | the place, even though the said preacher should plead that 36 6,2 | has been consulted by the said bishops thereon; from which 37 7,1 | sound doctrine touching the said Justification; which (doctrine) 38 7,1 | adults, the beginning of the said Justification is to be derived 39 7,1 | and co-operating with that said grace: in such sort that, 40 7,1 | sight. Whence, when it is said in the sacred writings: 41 7,1 | adults) are disposed unto the said justice, when, excited and 42 7,1 | yet is this done in the said justification of the impious, 43 7,1 | ingrafted, receives, in the said justification, together 44 7,1 | reason it is most truly said, that Faith without works 45 7,1 | wit, that we are therefore said to be justified by faith, 46 7,1 | sons: but we are therefore said to be justified freely, 47 7,1 | sake; yet is it not to be said, that sins are forgiven, 48 7,1 | sacrament of Penance, when He said, Receive ye the Holy Ghost, 49 7,1 | sacramental confession of the said sins,-at least in desire, 50 7,1 | infuses his virtue into the said justified,-as the head into 51 7,1 | good works; but that the said works are merely the fruits 52 7,1 | justified; or, that the said justified, by the good works 53 7,2 | may proceed against the said non-resident prelates, according 54 7,2 | require, and provide the said churches with more useful 55 8,1 | days on the subject of the said most holy sacraments,-as 56 8,1 | any one saith, that these said sacraments of the New Law 57 8,1 | is not given through the said sacraments, always, and 58 8,1 | any one saith, that by the said sacraments of the New Law 59 8,1 | exercise personally the said cure; in accordance with 60 8,1 | ipso jure deprived of the said benefices, according to 61 8,1 | to the disposition of the said constitution, and also by 62 8,1 | adding further, that the said Ordinaries are by all means 63 8,1 | neglected, and that the said benfices be nowise defrauded 64 8,1 | even perpetual, unless the said Ordinaries shall deem it 65 8,1 | at the discretion of the said Ordinaries, which (portion) 66 8,3 | that which is held in the said city of Trent; as also to 67 8,3 | and other members of the said Council, from proceeding 68 8,3 | measures therein in the said sity of Trent; and also 69 8,3 | and other members of the said Council of Trent, even under 70 9,1 | hence through fear of the said disease, who cannot justly 71 9,1 | legitimate reasons alleged in the said congregations by certain 72 9,1 | preservation and prosecution of the said Council, and for the safety 73 9,1 | safety of the lives of the said prelates, this Council be 74 9,1 | sacred Council, that the said Council may, and ought to, 75 10,1 | Session celebrated in the said city of Trent, in the usual 76 10,1 | specially also granted to the said most reverend Presidents,- 77 10,1 | it has happened that the said matters of the Sacraments 78 10,1 | Session, which, as has been said, was to have been celebrated 79 10,1 | congregation, limit and abridge the said term, at Its will and pleasure, 80 11,1 | resolves and decrees, that the said Session, which It had decreed 81 11,1 | suspended; and that the said holy Synod freely may and 82 11,1 | abridge or prorogue the said term. ~On the fourteenth 83 11,2 | presided in the name of our said predecessor, in the said 84 11,2 | said predecessor, in the said Council, wherein several 85 11,2 | General Councils, and whom our said predecessor, in his letters 86 11,2 | continuation and prosecution of the said Council, on the next ensuing 87 11,2 | brethren the Cardinals of the said holy Roman Church, for resuming 88 11,2 | resuming and prosecuting the said Council in the state wherein 89 11,2 | at the same time, in the said city, there be always present 90 11,2 | Ghost, preside over the said Council; any translation 91 11,2 | translation and suspension of the said Council, and any other things 92 13 | next:-and prosecuting the said Council in the state wherein 93 14,1 | who live with His life who said, He that eateth me, the 94 14,3 | notwithstanding; except it be that the said grievance cannot be repaired 95 14,3 | there is no appeal from the said definitive sentence; in 96 14,3 | of the appellant), the said acts gratuitously within 97 14,3 | thirty days; otherwise the said case of appeal shall be 98 14,3 | solemn degradation from the said ecclesiastical orders and 99 14,3 | and he shall not admit the said grace, after that it shall 100 14,4 | faithful of Christ receive the said venerable sacrament under 101 14,4 | the holy Synod upon these said articles before they are 102 14,4 | herein, hath, as far as the said Synod is concerned, given 103 14,5 | to be treated of in the said Synod; to come freely and 104 14,5 | freely and safely to the said oecumenical Council, and 105 14,5 | have been selected by the said holy Synod; as also to withdraw 106 14,5 | towards them, even though the said crimes should be ever so 107 15,1 | your ruin. The Lord also said; Except you do penance, 108 15,1 | be initiated by baptism, said; Do penance, and be baptized 109 15,1 | be actually received, the said reconciliation, nevertheless, 110 15,1 | enjoining punishments, if the said faithful should have declared 111 15,1 | piously observed in the said Church of God, that there 112 15,3 | faithful of Christ is it said: Whatsoever you shall bind 113 15,5 | But, in order that the said bishops may be able to execute 114 15,5 | against the will of that said prelate, for causing himself 115 15,5 | those who are subject to the said ordinary, do, by an evasion 116 15,5 | being of any avail to the said clerics, or to their relatives, 117 15,5 | in consideration of the said exempted clerics. ~CHAPTER 118 15,5 | and defend them from the said annoyances and wrongs, and 119 15,5 | come to relative to the said suspicion, or competency 120 15,5 | conservatory be of any avail to the said party's domestics--who are 121 15,5 | persons belonging to the said universities, colleges, 122 15,5 | ordinance and mandate of the said bishop, they may, and ought 123 15,5 | revenues, and proceeds of the said benefices; and also, if, 124 15,5 | even by deprivation of the said offices and benefices; pursuant 125 15,5 | the proper bishop of the said clerics, if that bishop 126 15,5 | that may be deputed by the said bishop: otherwise, the proceedings, 127 15,5 | the institution to, the said benefice would, that privilege 128 16,1 | deferred the publication of the said articles, and to whom It 129 16,2 | whatsoever together with the said Synod, and freely to present 130 16,2 | deputed hereunto by the said Synod, that so, without 131 16,2 | wholly untouched thereby. The said Synod also wills, that all 132 16,2 | require, and to receive the said messengers or messenger, 133 16,2 | provide for the safety of the said couriers. And this safe-conduct 134 16,2 | received under the care of the said Synod, and the protection 135 16,2 | fraud or deceit, that the said Synod will neither openly 136 16,2 | and free hearing, by this said Synod granted to the above-named;-- 137 16,2 | they may and shall hold the said Synod to have incurred all 138 17,1 | Whereas, therefore, the said holy Synod perceived that 139 17,1 | expiration of the two years, the said suspension shall, as soon 140 17,2 | means of extirpating the said heresies, of doing away 141 17,2 | removed, It was begun, in the said city of Trent But, after 142 17,2 | certain decrees made, the said Council afterwards, for 143 17,2 | strongest hope that, by the said means of a Council, an end 144 17,2 | in the celebration of the said Council: We,--to the praise, 145 17,2 | affixed to the doors of the said churches, also to the gates 146 18,1 | proposing, shall to the said holy Synod appear suitable 147 19,1 | Synod. And forasmuch as this said holy Synod heartily desires, 148 19,3 | whatsoever together with the said Synod, and freely to present 149 19,3 | deputed hereunto by the said Synod, that so, without 150 19,3 | wholly untouched thereby. The said Synod also wills, that all 151 19,3 | require, and to receive the said messengers or messenger, 152 19,3 | provide for the safety of the said couriers: and this safe-conduct 153 19,3 | received under the Care of the said Synod, and the pro tection 154 19,3 | fraud or deceit, that the said Synod will, neither openly 155 19,3 | and free hearing, by this said Synod granted to the above-named;-- 156 19,3 | they may and shall hold the said Synod to have incurred all 157 20,1 | to all men, that, on the said day, a Session will be held 158 21,1 | shorten, or lengthen, the said term, even in a general 159 22,1 | by the Lord : for He who said; Except you eat the flesh 160 22,1 | life in you (v. 54), also said; He that eateth this bread 161 22,1 | ever (v. 59); and He who said, He that eateth my flesh 162 22,1 | everlasting life (v. 55), also said; The bread that I will give 163 22,1 | and, in fine,- He who said; He that eateth my flesh 164 22,1 | me and I in him (v. 57), said, nevertheless; He that eateth 165 22,1 | for the veneration of the said sacraments, according to 166 22,1 | although, as hath been already said, our Redeemer, in that last 167 22,2 | from the collation of the said orders. For in this case 168 22,2 | for the sustenance of the said priests; every general or 169 22,2 | assignment, that may lie upon the said churches, notwithstanding. 170 22,2 | permitted; even though the said churches, or benefices, 171 22,2 | Apostolic See, may depute to the said illiterate and unskilful 172 22,2 | they shall raise, in the said churches, altars, or chapels, 173 22,2 | any way belonging to the said churches; and if those resources 174 22,2 | power to convert both the said parish churches and others 175 22,2 | the Apostolic See; and the said bishops shall provide, by 176 22,2 | that the superiors of the said Regulars observe, and cause 177 22,2 | corrected them, then may the said bishops, even as delegates 178 22,3 | addition, however, that the said holy Synod freely may and 179 22,3 | general congregation, the said term, as also that which 180 23,3 | designated and visited by the said Ordinaries; and not then, 181 23,4 | shall be prescribed by the said bishops, they shall forfeit 182 23,4 | or statute, whereby the said dignitaries, who do not 183 23,4 | to the third part of the said fruits and proceeds: any 184 23,4 | hereafter possess, in the said churches, any dignities, 185 23,4 | divine service, under the said penalties, and others even 186 23,4 | not have effect, until the said Ordinaries, as delegates 187 23,4 | of laymen, and though the said pious places be protected 188 23,4 | shall be of no avail to the said administrators. ~CHAPTER 189 23,4 | he be the patron of the said church, he shall, besides 190 24,2 | be observed; provided the said clerks, being deputed by 191 24,2 | the Thursday before the said ordination, or for such 192 24,2 | diocese, even though they be said to be of no diocese, or 193 24,2 | subject to them; nor shall the said abbots, and other exempted 194 24,2 | those who shall obtain the said letters, not from the Chapter, 195 24,2 | who are actually in the said orders; and It exhorts in 196 24,2 | their care to restore the said functions, as far as it 197 24,2 | competent to discharge the said duties, and wear the tonsure 198 24,2 | for this purpose near the said churches, or in some other 199 24,2 | this seminary under the said charge of the bishop; the 200 24,2 | suitable support of the said seminaries;--or of bodies, 201 24,2 | and incorporate with, the said college this portion so 202 24,2 | union and application of the said benefices be suspended, 203 24,2 | pay to others, out of the said revenues,-keeping back however 204 24,2 | happen that, by means of the said unions being carried into 205 24,2 | from some other cause, the said seminary should be found 206 24,2 | negligent in erecting the said seminary, and in preserving 207 24,2 | accounts of the revenues of the said seminary, in the presence 208 24,2 | are to be educated in the said schools, personally, if 209 24,2 | either upon occasion of the said unions, or the taxation, 210 24,2 | institution, or maintenance of the said seminary may be hindered 211 24,2 | happy advancement of the said seminary, even so as to 212 25,1 | and indissoluble, when he said; This now is bone of my 213 25,1 | been uttered by God, He said, therefore now they are 214 25,1 | by decreeing against the said heretics and their errors 215 25,3 | sins which arise from the said clandestine marriages, and 216 25,3 | priest by permission of the said parish priest, or of the 217 25,3 | publication made in the said parish. ~CHAPTER II. ~Between 218 25,3 | inclination with those whom the said lords or magistrates may 219 25,4 | useful and suitable for the said places, which form is to 220 25,4 | Pontiff, in order that the said Sovereign Pontiff, having 221 25,4 | other cardinals; and the said report shall be authenticated 222 25,4 | consistory, in order that the said inquiry may be more maturely 223 25,4 | may be, be present at the said Synod. But if any, whether 224 25,4 | those deputies; and the said archdeacons, and other inferiors, 225 25,4 | endeavour to complete the said visitation as speedily as 226 25,4 | days in the week, if the said bishop shall deem it needful; 227 25,4 | will of the bishop. ~The said bishops shall also take 228 25,4 | things decreed, under the said Paul III., concerning the 229 25,4 | sentence being reserved to the said most holy Pontiff. ~The 230 25,4 | be permitted them in the said court of conscience, but 231 25,4 | offices, they explain, in the said vulgar tongue, on all festivals, 232 25,4 | Secular churches which are said to be in no one's diocese; 233 25,4 | whom the prelate of the said place has once for all selected 234 25,4 | subject in all things to the said Ordinaries, as delegates 235 25,4 | according to the rules of the said military orders, whereof 236 25,4 | those who possess, in the said cathedral or collegiate 237 25,4 | Chapter shall be, as has been said above, negligent, then shall 238 25,4 | who is promoted to the said vacant church, shall demand, 239 25,4 | shall demand, from the said steward, vicar, and all 240 25,4 | render an account to the said bishop of any papers belonging 241 25,4 | safe conscience, after the said time. But the holy Synod 242 25,4 | even though, moreover, the said parish church may be reserved, 243 25,4 | support the duties of the said church, until it shall be 244 25,4 | capable of governing the said church. It shall nevertheless 245 25,4 | shall be approved of by, the said Synod. And upon any vacancy 246 25,4 | whom he may prefer. But the said examiners shall be masters, 247 25,4 | have been judged, by the said examiners, fit by age, morals, 248 25,4 | and administration of the said church, until it be provided 249 25,4 | notwithstanding. ~If, however, the said parish churches should possess 250 25,4 | of causes: and if, in any said matrimonial cause, one of 251 25,4 | thereof previously to the said bishop; that so, if it seem 252 25,4 | proposing, shall to the said holy Synod appear suitable 253 26,2 | relics recognised, unless the said bishop has taken cognizance 254 26,3 | congregation. And when the said congregations have been 255 26,3 | what-soever pertains to the said cure and the administration 256 26,3 | with the consent of the said bishop, and after having 257 26,3 | festival days also which the said bishop shall order to be 258 26,3 | under probation; lest the said novice may be unable to 259 26,3 | order, visit officially the said monasteries and priories 260 26,3 | order. And so long as the said commendatary monasteries 261 26,3 | or by the visitors of the said orders, priors claustral, 262 26,3 | which is peculiar to the said orders, or to resign; otherwise 263 26,3 | the appointments to the said monasteries, the quality 264 26,4 | church. And what has been said of bishops, the same is 265 26,4 | this holy Synod be, by the said universities, wholly received; 266 26,4 | doctors, and others, in the said universities, interpret 267 26,4 | be induced to grant the said excommunications by the 268 26,4 | the judge to employ the said spiritual sword against 269 26,4 | their souls, have left the said legacies for pious uses. ~ 270 26,4 | whatsoever in regard of the said benefices. The same also 271 26,4 | altered in regard of the said qualifications and orders ; 272 26,4 | who are comprised in the said decree; yet so, however, 273 26,4 | nevertheless, of the notary of the said bishop, and in the bishop' 274 26,4 | be granted but after the said cause has been first diligently 275 26,4 | and in the place where the said hospitals are situated, 276 26,4 | to the institution of the said hospitals; which restitution 277 26,4 | nominate, elect, present to the said benefices when they become 278 26,4 | decrees of the canons, the said right of patronage, by sale, 279 26,4 | shall, together with the said unions themselves, be regarded 280 26,4 | taken cognizance of by the said Ordinaries, as delegates 281 26,4 | See: otherwise, after the said designation has been made, 282 26,4 | shall be reported by the said Synod to the most holy Roman 283 26,4 | minister in any way in the said churches; nor to have pensions 284 26,4 | fraudulently, be of avail to the said sons of clerics. ~CHAPTER 285 26,4 | be not done, within the said term, as soon as the benefice 286 26,7 | ancient times, used the said power, delivered unto her 287 26,7 | and provinces where the said abuses are committed, they 288 26,9 | to report thereon to the said holy Synod; hearing now 289 26,11| employ) in treating of the said matters; or even by the 290 26,13| blessing the holy Synod said: After having given thanks 291 26,14| of Como, notary of the said Council.~I, Cynthius PAMPHILUS, 292 26,14| Camerino, notary of the said Council. ~ 293 26,15| St. Peter's, petition our said most holy lord as follows: ~ 294 26,15| Holiness, in the name of the said Council, of all and singular 295 26,15| petition in the name of the said oecumenical Council of Trent, 296 26,15| and read the tenour of the said decree, and having takein 297 26,15| decreed and defined in the said Council, as well under Paul 298 27 | nations of Christendom, at the said city; together with whom 299 27 | Apostolic See presiding in the said Synod; ourselves so favourable 300 27 | Legates, voluntarily left the said Council free to determine 301 27 | thereof. ~And whereas the said holy Synod, in its reverence 302 27 | with the request of the said Synod, first by the letters 303 27 | diligently to observe the said decrees and statutes in 304 27 | penalties contained in the said decrees; calling in also, 305 27 | admonish and conjure our said most beloved son the emperor 306 27 | observing the decrees of the said Council ; and not to permit 307 27 | whatsoever of the decrees of the said Council ; or to settle anything 308 27 | shall arise in regard of the said decrees, We reserve them


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