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Council of Trent

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1 1 | PONTIFF, PAUL III ~PAUL, bishop, servant of the servants 2 6,2 | the metropolitan, or the bishop himself, by assigning thereunto 3 6,2 | master--to be chosen by the bishop, with the advice of the 4 6,2 | revenue; or in fine let the bishop himself devise some other 5 6,2 | examined and approved of by the bishop of the place, as to his 6 6,2 | the jurisdiction of the bishop, and even though the churches 7 6,2 | having been admonished by the bishop, they shall neglect this 8 6,2 | the discretion of the said bishop; in such wise that even-if 9 6,2 | also the license of the bishop, without which they may 10 6,2 | amongst the people, let the bishop interdict his preaching, 11 6,2 | privilege: in which case the bishop shall proceed by apostolic 12 6,2 | suitable remedies, by the bishop and Ordinaries of the places. ~ 13 7,1 | lords, Giammaria del Monte, bishop of Palaestrina, and Marcellus 14 7,2 | oldest resident suffragan bishop to denounce his absent metropolitan, 15 7,2 | to be approved of by the bishop, who even then shall, for 16 7,2 | shall not be lawful for any bishop, under the plea of any privilege 17 7,2 | shall have been done, the bishop shall be ipso facto suspended 18 8,1 | confirmation is not the bishop alone, but any simple priest 19 8,1 | not be ordained but by a bishop who is resident in his own 20 8,3 | TRANFER THE COUNCIL~Paul, bishop, servant of the servants 21 8,3 | venerable brother Giammaria, bishop of Palaestrina, and to our 22 10,1 | Lords Giammaria del Monte, bishop of Palaestrina, and Marcellus, 23 11,2 | PONTIFF, JULIUS III ~Julius, bishop, servant of the servants 24 14,3 | definitive sentence, from the bishop or his vicar general in 25 14,3 | whatsoever; neither shall the bishop, nor his vicar, be bound 26 14,3 | II. ~An appeal from the bishop in criminal causes, when 27 14,3 | appeal-from the sentence of the bishop, or that of his vicar general, 28 14,3 | cause an appellant from the bishop, or from his vicar general 29 14,3 | it shall be lawful for a bishop, by himself or by his vicar 30 14,3 | of law. ~CHAPTER V. ~The bishop shall take summary cognizance 31 14,3 | decreed as follows: That a bishop, resident in his own church, 32 14,3 | the truth. ~CHAPTER VI. ~A bishop shall not be personally 33 14,3 | whereas the subjects of a bishop, even though they have been 34 14,3 | the most part render the bishop more backward in inquiring 35 14,3 | delinquencies; therefore, that a bishop may not be compelled-both 36 14,3 | ordained and decreed: That a bishop, even though he be proceeded 37 14,3 | qualifications of witnesses against a bishop are described. ~In a criminal 38 14,3 | not be received against a bishop, whether as to the information, 39 15,2 | thereof to be oil blessed by a bishop. For the unction very aptly 40 15,4 | have been ordained by a bishop, but the elders in each 41 15,5 | avail. ~CHAPTER II. ~If a bishop shall confer any orders 42 15,5 | the subject of another bishop, even under the pretext 43 15,5 | from that individual's own bishop. The contravener shall be 44 15,5 | fit. ~CHAPTER III. ~The bishop may suspend his clerics, 45 15,5 | find them incompetent.~The bishop may suspend, for the time 46 15,5 | from the correction of the bishop, even out of the time of 47 15,5 | proceeded against before his own bishop, or other ordinary superior; 48 15,5 | admonished by their own bishop, even by a public edict, 49 15,5 | and mandate of the said bishop, they may, and ought to 50 15,5 | metropolitan, or to the nearest bishop; who shall not be able to 51 15,5 | intervention of the proper bishop of the said clerics, if 52 15,5 | the said clerics, if that bishop be resident in his own church, 53 15,5 | may be deputed by the said bishop: otherwise, the proceedings, 54 15,5 | shall be reserved to the bishop, and not to some other inferior 55 15,5 | except to the ordinary bishop of the place, to whom the 56 17,1 | of Siponto, and Aloysius, Bishop of Verona, Apostolic Nuncios, 57 17,2 | PONTIFF, PIUS IV ~Paul, Bishop, servant of the servants 58 22,2 | directly or indirectly, to the bishop from the collation of the 59 22,2 | ordained, except such as the bishop shall consider ought to 60 22,2 | without the permission of the bishop, until they shall have obtained 61 22,2 | assigned, according to the bishop's judgment, out of the fruits 62 22,2 | annually visited by the bishop, even as the delegates of 63 23,4 | shall be committed to the Bishop, and be by him examined. ~ 64 23,4 | occasion to many lawsuits, the bishop, even as the delegate of 65 24,2 | oldest resident suffragan bishop, whose duty it shall also 66 24,2 | been approved of by, the bishop, they shall leave, with 67 24,2 | their subjects to another bishop for ordination, unless they 68 24,2 | ordination, repair to the bishop, who shall commission the 69 24,2 | and shall transmit to the bishop himself, as soon as possible, 70 24,2 | serves in some church by the bishop's order, or lives with the 71 24,2 | order, or lives with the bishop's permission in an ecclesiastical 72 24,2 | clerks, being deputed by the bishop to the service or ministry 73 24,2 | canons, ordains, that when a bishop has arranged to hold an 74 24,2 | for such other day as the bishop shall think fit. And the 75 24,2 | shall think fit. And the bishop, calling to his assistance 76 24,2 | shall be ordained by his own bishop. And if any one ask to be 77 24,2 | to be promoted by another bishop, this shall by no means 78 24,2 | Ordinary. ~CHAPTER IX. ~A bishop ordaining one of his own 79 24,2 | upon him a benefice. ~A bishop may not ordain one of his 80 24,2 | the jurisdiction of the bishop, in lieu of the Chapter. 81 24,2 | interstices of time, unless the bishop shall think it more expedient 82 24,2 | to the appointment of the bishop; and this in the church 83 24,2 | utility of the church, in the bishop's judgment, shall require 84 24,2 | diligent examination by the bishop; all privileges whatsoever 85 24,2 | higher degree, unless the bishop shall judge otherwise. Two 86 24,2 | necessity of the Church, the bishop should judge otherwise,-- 87 24,2 | expected from them. The bishop shall take care that they 88 24,2 | satisfy their obligation. The bishop may, for a lawful cause, 89 24,2 | the judgment of his own bishop, is not useful or necessary 90 24,2 | place without consulting the bishop, he shall be interdicted 91 24,2 | Ordinary, be admitted by any bishop to celebrate the divine 92 24,2 | college to be chosen by the bishop for this purpose near the 93 24,2 | God and the Church. The bishop, having divided these youths 94 24,2 | rites and ceremonies. The bishop shall take care that they 95 24,2 | under the said charge of the bishop; the bishops as aforesaid, 96 24,2 | one shall be chosen by the bishop, and the other by the Chapter 97 24,2 | like manner be with the bishop, and of the other with the 98 24,2 | whatsoever to the contrary. ~The bishop of the place shall, by ecclesiastical 99 24,2 | and incorporated by the bishop, be remitted, either wholly 100 24,2 | archbishop sharply to reprove the bishop, and to compel him to comply 101 24,2 | wherever it is possible. The bishop shall annually receive the 102 24,2 | in the judgment of the bishop, those chosen are not fit, 103 24,2 | neglect to do this, the bishop himself shall depute one. 104 24,2 | teach those things which the bishop shall judge expedient. And, 105 24,2 | extensive dioceses, the bishop may have one or more seminaries 106 24,2 | hindered or disturbed, the bishop with the deputies as above, 107 25,4 | hindered, the oldest suffragan bishop shall not fail to assemble 108 25,4 | with the consent of the bishop, and assisted by a notary. 109 25,4 | first approved of by the bishop; but the bishop, or, if 110 25,4 | of by the bishop; but the bishop, or, if he be hindered, 111 25,4 | shall be bound to give the bishop an account, within a month, 112 25,4 | opposition to the will of the Bishop. ~The holy Synod, desirous 113 25,4 | others to be deputed by the bishop, whether it be in the city, 114 25,4 | in the week, if the said bishop shall deem it needful; and, 115 25,4 | opportunely done. And the bishop shall diligently admonish 116 25,4 | opposition to the will of the bishop. ~The said bishops shall 117 25,4 | CHAPTER VI. ~When and how the Bishop may absolve from crime, 118 25,4 | shall be lawful for the bishop to dispense in all manner 119 25,4 | shall be imposed, unless the Bishop shall determine otherwise: 120 25,4 | testimony of his amendment. The bishop, however, may, when he judges 121 25,4 | be conveniently done, the bishop shall appoint a penitentiary, 122 25,4 | example to others, and aid the bishop by their exertions and services; 123 25,4 | are called the eyes of the bishop, shall, in all churches, 124 25,4 | faith in the presence of the bishop himself, or, if he be hindered, 125 25,4 | this not only before the bishop, or his official, but also 126 25,4 | or subdeaconship; and the bishop, with the advice of the 127 25,4 | attend on and serve the bishop when celebrating (mass), 128 25,4 | But, in the mean time, the bishop, assisted by not less than 129 25,4 | whom shall be chosen by the bishop, and the other by the Chapter, 130 25,4 | the necessary charges, the bishop,-if unable to provide for 131 25,4 | contrary notwithstanding; the bishop, as the delegate of the 132 25,4 | shall be lawful for the bishop, with the consent of the 133 25,4 | after the decease of the bishop, to appoint an official, 134 25,4 | church, and the nearest bishop in regard of that church 135 25,4 | steward and vicar. And the bishop, who is promoted to the 136 25,4 | render an account to the said bishop of any papers belonging 137 25,4 | deputed thereunto by the Bishop, until it be provided with 138 25,4 | church (itself), or on the bishop, and though it may be served 139 25,4 | or receptive, wherein the bishop has been accustomed to assign 140 25,4 | shall be the duty of the bishop, at once, upon obtaining 141 25,4 | a rector. Moreover, the bishop, and he who has the right 142 25,4 | or such other term as the bishop shall prescribe, nominate, 143 25,4 | each. And even,--if the bishop, or the provincial Synod 144 25,4 | shall be examined by the bishop, or, if he be hindered, 145 25,4 | distinct individuals, the bishop, or his vicar, may add theirs, 146 25,4 | annually proposed by the bishop, or by his vicar, in the 147 25,4 | occurring in any church, the bishop shall select three out of 148 25,4 | church; and out of these the bishop shall select him whom he 149 25,4 | thereunto belongs to the bishop, and to none else, whomsoever 150 25,4 | bound to present to the bishop, that he may receive institution 151 25,4 | from any other than the bishop, then the bishop alone shall 152 25,4 | than the bishop, then the bishop alone shall select the worthiest 153 25,4 | rest, the vicar whom the bishop has, at his own discretion, 154 25,4 | and jurisdiction of the bishop only; even though there 155 25,4 | proceedings it may be, between any bishop, and the dean, or archdeacon, 156 25,4 | property in the presence of the bishop, he shall not be compelled 157 25,4 | ecclesiastical persons, until the bishop has been first applied to, 158 25,4 | have taken place before the bishop, having given, however, 159 25,4 | thereof previously to the said bishop; that so, if it seem fit 160 26,2 | been approved of by the bishop: also, that no new miracles 161 26,2 | recognised, unless the said bishop has taken cognizance and 162 26,2 | touching these matters, the bishop, before deciding the controversy, 163 26,3 | to be erected without the Bishop's leave. ~The holy Synod 164 26,3 | without the permission of the bishop, in whose diocese they are 165 26,3 | to be approved of by the bishop; any indults and privileges 166 26,3 | without the permission of the bishop, or of the Superior, obtained 167 26,3 | facto incurred. But the bishop, or the Superior ought to 168 26,3 | with the consent of the bishop, or other superior, there 169 26,3 | election, whether it be the bishop, or other superior, shall 170 26,3 | be assigned them by the Bishop. The Eucharist shall not 171 26,3 | ordinary confessor, the bishop and other superiors shall, 172 26,3 | shall be subject to the Bishop, and be by him previously 173 26,3 | visitation, and correction of the bishop in whose diocese those places 174 26,3 | the consent of the said bishop, and after having been previously 175 26,3 | Ordinaries,-shall, upon the bishop's mandate, be published 176 26,3 | days also which the said bishop shall order to be observed 177 26,3 | Regulars. ~CHAPTER XIII. ~The Bishop shall settle disputes about 178 26,3 | other such occasions, the bishop shall settle, without regarding 179 26,3 | not being subject to the bishop, and residing within the 180 26,3 | at the instance of the bishop, be severely punished by 181 26,3 | within such time as the bishop shall appoint; and the Superior 182 26,3 | Superior shall certify to the bishop that the punishment has 183 26,3 | delinquent may be punished by the bishop. ~CHAPTER XV. ~Profession 184 26,3 | made with permission of the bishop, or of his vicar, within 185 26,3 | restored to them. And the bishop shall, if need be, enforce 186 26,3 | her profession, until the bishop,--or, if he be absent, or 187 26,3 | profession. And that the bishop may not be in ignorance 188 26,3 | as long a period as the bishop shall think fit. ~CHAPTER 189 26,3 | convents subject to the bishop, but also in all others 190 26,4 | undertake the office of a bishop should understand what their 191 26,4 | one whomsoever, but the bishop; and not then, otherwise 192 26,4 | which moves the mind of the bishop thereunto, after the cause 193 26,4 | VI. ~In what manner the Bishop ought to act in regard of 194 26,4 | churches, not only when the bishop makes his visitation, but 195 26,4 | counsel and consent the bishop, or his vicar, shall be 196 26,4 | of the notary of the said bishop, and in the bishop's house, 197 26,4 | said bishop, and in the bishop's house, or his ordinary 198 26,4 | unison with that of the bishop. But if, as regards any 199 26,4 | shall both differ from the bishop, they shall in this case 200 26,4 | in conjunction with the bishop, a third person, within 201 26,4 | shall devolve on the nearest bishop ; and the point whereon 202 26,4 | to secure the person, the bishop may at first proceed singly 203 26,4 | But, in the absence of the bishop, this shall be wholly done 204 26,4 | appertains, nor shall the bishop's vicar be allowed to do 205 26,4 | shall all be subject to the bishop in causes ecclesiastical; 206 26,4 | thereof; in which event, the bishop shall take care that what 207 26,4 | shall be lawful for the bishop to reject the persons whom 208 26,4 | nevertheless be examined by the bishop, pursuant to what has been 209 26,4 | at the discretion of the bishop. If, however, persisting 210 26,4 | therein, be punished, by the bishop himself, with imprisonment, 211 26,14| I, Angelus MASSARELLI, bishop of Telesia, secretary of 212 27 | COUNCIL OF TRENT.~Pius, bishop, servant of the servants


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