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Council of Trent

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1 1 | OECUMENICAL AND GENERAL COUNCIL OF TRENT~UNDER THE SOVEREIGN 2 1 | mind on holding a general council; and having consulted the 3 1 | indicted an ecumenical council, and a general assembly 4 1 | prorogue the celebration of the council unto the ensuing calends 5 1 | place wherein to hold the council: and whereas their opinions 6 1 | the time for opening the Council, to the next ensuing Spring, 7 1 | regards the celebration of the Council, and the general weal of 8 1 | as the time fixed for the Council,--the calends to wit of 9 1 | Roman Church,--to open the Council; to receive the prelates 10 1 | hopes, that both the sacred council might be celebrated more 11 1 | by the authority of the council, we were urgent with those 12 1 | to come themselves to the council, to bring with them those 13 1 | the time for opening the council. And whereas we had some 14 1 | the day for opening the council had arrived, nay had long 15 1 | information, seeing that the council could not, under any circumstances, 16 1 | time for celebrating the council should be deferred till 17 1 | precede the celebration of the council; for that, peace once established, 18 1 | peace once established, the council itself would then be much 19 1 | that the business of the council ought not to be entered 20 1 | celebration of the general council during our own good pleasure, 21 1 | dignity and numbers to the council, and more immediate safety 22 1 | former remedy, a general council; and, by our legates, cardinals 23 1 | decided upon by an ecumenical council; and whereas neither Christian 24 1 | should be openly made, that a council should be held as soon as 25 1 | an ecumenical and general council should be convened on the 26 1 | we wishful to hold that council with the good wishes and 27 1 | fresh place for holding the council, to have regard both to 28 1 | that wherein an ecumenical council is to be held on the ensuing 29 1 | in fixing the day for the council, we have had regard that 30 1 | changing the place of the council,--as by certain constitutions 31 1 | ecumenical and general council,--to be opened on the ensuing 32 1 | celebration of the sacred council, where their piety and virtue 33 1 | weight, who may each in the council represent the person of 34 1 | their instance, that the council has been indicted and convoked, 35 1 | the said sacred ecumenical council, in a better and more com-modious 36 2 | OECUMENICAL AND GENERAL~COUNCIL OF TRENT ~Celebrated under 37 2,1 | TOUCHING THE OPENING OF THE COUNCIL~Doth it please you,--unto 38 2,1 | that the sacred and general council of Trent do begin, and hath 39 3,1 | BE OBSERVED, DURING THE COUNCIL~The sacred and holy Synod 40 3,1 | celebrating together an ecumenical council in this city, that they 41 3,1 | their own household, (the Council) exhorts also that, above 42 3,1 | of this sacred and holy council, that, the darkness of heresies, 43 3,1 | agreeably to the statute of the council of Toledo--ought either 44 3,1 | act whatsoever during the council, none shall thereby be prejudiced, 45 4,1 | faithful. For which cause, this council has thought good, that the 46 4,2 | more numerous and fuller council and attendance of Fathers, 47 5,2 | imposed in a canon of the last Council of Lateran: and, if they 48 6,2 | prescribed by the general Council (of Lateran), to appoint 49 8,1 | cunctis, promulgated in the Council of Lateran. ~CHAPTER II. ~ 50 8,1 | of Alexander IIl., in the Council of Lateran, which begins, 51 8,1 | published in the General Council of Lyons, which begins, 52 8,1 | Constitution of the General Council (of Lateran), which begins, 53 8,1 | published in the General Council of Lyons, beginning Ordinarii, 54 8,1 | set forth in the general Council of Lyons, shall be observed,- 55 8,1 | the Constitution of the Council of Vienne, which begins, 56 8,3 | WITH FACULTY TO TRANFER THE COUNCIL~Paul, bishop, servant of 57 8,3 | oecumenical and universal Council, which we had on another 58 8,3 | and to be present at that Council, We, by the same advice, 59 8,3 | the Apostolic See, in that Council; and we sent you unto that 60 8,3 | the celebration of such a Council may not be hindered through 61 8,3 | see cause, the aforesaid Council from the city of Trent to 62 8,3 | other members of the said Council, from proceeding to any 63 8,3 | and celebrate the same Council in the other city as aforesaid 64 8,3 | other members of the said Council of Trent, even under the 65 8,3 | letters of Indiction of that Council; to preside and proceed, 66 8,3 | preside and proceed, in the Council thus translated and changed, 67 9,1 | CONCERNING THE TRANSLATION OF THE COUNCIL~Doth it please you to decree 68 9,1 | and by whose departure the Council would either be dissolved, 69 9,1 | prosecution of the said Council, and for the safety of the 70 9,1 | the said prelates, this Council be transferred for a time 71 9,1 | holy Lord and to the sacred Council, that the said Council may, 72 9,1 | sacred Council, that the said Council may, and ought to, be brought 73 9,1 | some other place, taking council also thereupon with the 74 10,1 | decreed and ordained, that the Council was to be transferred, as 75 10,1 | accustomed to be present at this Council,-being some engaged in their 76 10,1 | for the business of the Council. ~~ 77 11,1 | good pleasure of the sacred Council. ~ ./. 78 11,2 | FOR THE RESUMPTION OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT, UNDER THE SOVEREIGN 79 11,2 | oecumenical, (and) general Council indicted by our predecessor, 80 11,2 | predecessor, in the said Council, wherein several public 81 11,2 | willed to be present at the Council, to convene and assemble, 82 11,2 | prosecution of the said Council, on the next ensuing calends 83 11,2 | and prosecuting the said Council in the state wherein it 84 11,2 | Ghost, preside over the said Council; any translation and suspension 85 11,2 | and suspension of the said Council, and any other things whatsoever 86 12 | oecumenical and general Council of Trent, celebrated on 87 12,1 | DECREE FOR RESUMING THE COUNCIL~Doth it please you, unto 88 12,1 | oecumenical, and general Council of Trent be, agreeably to 89 13 | and prosecuting the said Council in the state wherein it 90 14,1 | that even the age of the Council of Nicaea recognised that 91 14,5 | oecumenical and general Council, the public faith and full 92 14,5 | to the said oecumenical Council, and there remain and abide, 93 15,1 | Fathers assembled in the Council of Lateran: for the Church 94 15,1 | Church did not, through the Council of Lateran, ordain that 95 15,3 | constitution of the great Council of Lateran, and that, for 96 15,5 | Clement V. published in the Council of Vienne, and beginning 97 16,1 | at this sacred and holy Council those who call themselves 98 16,2 | with them, to this General Council of Trent, and to those that 99 16,2 | objections of the General Council; and to dispute, or to confer 100 16,2 | have been selected by the Council, all opprobrious, railing, 101 16,2 | treated of in the aforesaid Council of Trent, according to sacred 102 16,2 | therewith by the deputies of the Council,- to provide for the safety 103 16,2 | themselves asked, or after the Council, upon that audience had,- 104 17,1 | FOR THE SUSPENSION OF THE COUNCIL~The sacred and holy, oecumenical 105 17,1 | that this ocecumenical Council of Trent was first convoked 106 17,1 | novelties would come to the Council, and that so disposed as 107 17,1 | had withdrawn from the Council, in order to provide for 108 17,1 | God, the progress of the Council shall be considered (as 109 17,1 | accounted removed, and the Council shall be, and be understood 110 17,1 | this sacred oecumenical Council. ~ 111 17,2 | FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT, UNDER THE SOVEREIGN 112 17,2 | ocecumenical and general Council. That Council had indeed 113 17,2 | and general Council. That Council had indeed been already 114 17,2 | certain decrees made, the said Council afterwards, for certain 115 17,2 | in Italy and France, the Council was again suspended ./. 116 17,2 | by the said means of a Council, an end may be put to these 117 17,2 | celebration of the said Council: We,--to the praise, honour, 118 17,2 | oecumenical and general Council in the city of Trent for 119 17,2 | their opinion in a general Council, to meet, by the aforesaid 120 17,2 | day, there to celebrate a Council; unless they happen to be 121 17,2 | not to be present at the Council. And we exhort and beseech 122 17,2 | could be present at the Council,--that, should they not 123 17,2 | to or returning from the Council, and that they be treated 124 17,2 | else, in celebrating this Council, but the honour of God, 125 18 | Oecumenical, and General Council of Trent, being the first 126 18,1 | DECREE FOR CELEBRATING THE COUNCIL~Doth it please you, unto 127 18,1 | ocecumenical, and general Council of Trent, lawfully assembled 128 19,1 | THE PUBLIC FAITH TO THE COUNCIL~The sacred and holy, oecumenical 129 19,1 | treated of in this General Council, he may not doubt but that 130 19,3 | with them to this General Council of Trent, and to those that 131 19,3 | objections of the General Council, and to dispute, or to confer 132 19,3 | have been selected by the Council, all opprobrious, railing, 133 19,3 | treated of, in the aforesaid Council of Trent, according to sacred 134 19,3 | therewith by the deputies of the Council, to provide for the safety 135 19,3 | themselves asked, or after the Council, upon that audience had, 136 21,1 | for the business of the Council, shorten, or lengthen, the 137 22,3 | expedient for the affairs of the Council, limit or extend, even in 138 23,4 | the constitution of the Council of Vienne, which begins, 139 24,2 | conjointly with the provincial Council, to judge of the permissions 140 24,2 | of the sixth canon of the council of Chalcedon, ordains, that 141 24,2 | the constitution of the Council of Vienne, which begins 142 25,3 | The form prescribed in the Council of Lateran for solemnly 143 25,3 | the steps of the sacred Council of Lateran celebrated under 144 25,4 | termination of the present council, and afterwards, at least 145 25,4 | of the province; at which council all the bishops and others, 146 25,4 | approved of in the provincial Council. ~But archdeacons, deans, 147 25,4 | the less by the Provincial Council. ~The more grave criminal 148 25,4 | constitution published in a general Council under Innocent III., which 149 25,4 | decided in the provincial Council only, or by persons deputed 150 25,4 | thereunto by the provincial Council. ~CHAPTER VI. ~When and 151 25,4 | established by this same Council, under Paul III., of happy 152 25,4 | selected in the provincial Council;-any privileges and customs 153 25,4 | III., promulgated in the Council of Lateran, which begins, 154 25,4 | churches; the provincial Council, having summoned those whose 155 26,2 | province, in a provincial Council; yet so, that nothing new, 156 26,3 | from the end of the present Council, and thenceforth every third 157 26,3 | published in a general Council; and shall there depute 158 26,3 | canons, and in this sacred Council. Also, if, at the instance 159 26,4 | example of our fathers in the Council of Carthage, It not only 160 26,4 | individually the Decrees of the Council are to be solemnly received; 161 26,4 | present at the provincial Council, that, in the very first 162 26,4 | after the close of this Council, they publicly receive all 163 26,4 | the constitution of the Council of Vienne, renewed elsewhere 164 26,4 | from the end of the present Council, at the discretion of the 165 26,4 | ordained in this sacred Council, in the matter of reformation 166 26,8 | things which, as well in this Council, as in the other oecumenical 167 26,10| were before the present Council. ~ 168 26,11| OBSERVING THE DECREES OF THE COUNCIL.~So great has been the calamitousness 169 26,11| at length to the sacred Council: it now remains for It to 170 26,11| remedies appointed in this Council, the most blessed Roman 171 26,11| celebration of a general Council, if he judge it necessary; 172 26,12| SESSION, THE DECREES OF THE COUNCIL UNDER PAUL III. AND JULIUS 173 26,12| things have, in this sacred Council, been ordained and defined 174 26,13| ON THE CLOSE OF THE COUNCIL, AND ON SUING FOR CONFIRMATION 175 26,14| FATHERS AT THE CLOSE OF THE COUNCIL.~The Cardinal of Lorraine. 176 26,14| authority this sacred general Council was begun, peace from the 177 26,14| protected this universal Council, be the memory in benediction. ~ 178 26,14| hand the decrees of the Council, or approve thereof by some 179 26,14| secretary of the sacred Council of Trent.~I, Marcus Antonius 180 26,14| Como, notary of the said Council.~I, Cynthius PAMPHILUS, 181 26,14| Camerino, notary of the said Council. ~ 182 26,15| CONFIRMATION OF THE COUNCIL.~We, Alexander di Farnese, 183 26,15| returned from the sacred Council of Trent, whereat they had 184 26,15| closing of the oecumenical Council of Trent, published the 185 26,15| in the name of the said Council, of all and singular the 186 26,15| of the said oecumenical Council of Trent, that your Holiness 187 26,15| name of the oecumenical Council of Trent, touching the confirmation 188 26,15| and defined in the said Council, as well under Paul III., 189 27 | OECUMENICAL (AND) GENERAL COUNCIL OF TRENT.~Pius, bishop, 190 27 | oecumenical and general Council had been, a long time previously, 191 27 | recalled to the same city, the Council, after several Sessions 192 27 | worthy of an oecumenical Council, had, upon being convoked 193 27 | favourable to the liberty of the Council, as even to have, by letters 194 27 | voluntarily left the said Council free to determine concerning 195 27 | which being completed, the Council was brought to a close with 196 27 | forasmuch as the issue of that Council has brought with it a great 197 27 | their ambassadors, at the Council, with the same piety and 198 27 | the decrees of the said Council ; and not to permit opinions 199 27 | salutary doctrine of the Council to be received by the people 200 27 | interpretations on the decrees of the Council ; We, by apostolic authority, 201 27 | the decrees of the said Council ; or to settle anything


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