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1 1 | whom they had with them, being wearied and exhausted by 2 1 | seeing, upon several places being proposed, that they (the 3 1 | places. For we will that, by being thus read, published, and 4 1 | two months from the day of being published and affixed, all 5 3,1 | the sacred services are being performed, let there be 6 3,1 | years has covered the earth, being dispelled, the light, brightness, 7 3,1 | judgment be warped by the mind being troubled. ~Furthermore, 8 4,1 | Church makes use of,--as being that principle wherein all 9 5,1 | always in view, that, errors being removed, the purity itself 10 6,1 | please God, may, errors being purged away, continue in 11 6,1 | for us also; or that he, being defiled by the sin of disobedience, 12 6,1 | in its origin is one, and being transfused into all by propogation, 13 6,1 | Adam, which has need of being expiated by the laver of 14 6,1 | it to be called sin, as being truly and properly sin in 15 6,2 | obligations thereto belonging being nevertheless discharged,-- 16 6,2 | such lectureship, after being once instituted, has been 17 6,2 | whether of those, who, being Regulars in name, live nevertheless 18 7,1 | impious is indicated,-as being a translation, from that 19 7,1 | that, to wit, with which we being endowed by Him, are renewed 20 7,1 | are bidden, immediately on being born again, to preserve 21 7,1 | way of justice, in that, being already freed from sins, 22 7,1 | things which he suffered, and being consummated, he became, 23 7,1 | justified, to prevent their being accounted to have, by those 24 7,1 | we are justified from its being inherent in us, that same 25 7,1 | but receive not grace, as being, by the divine power, predestined 26 7,1 | any one saith, that, grace being lost through sin, faith 27 7,2 | ipso facto incurred, of being interdicted from entering 28 7,2 | privilege or exemption whatever being of avail to any in this 29 7,2 | transgress, exempt from being visited, punished, and corrected, 30 7,2 | Ordinary of the place, as being delegated hereunto by the 31 7,2 | might hinder this decree being abrogated. ~The Chapters 32 7,2 | to screen themselves from being capable of being, in accordance 33 7,2 | themselves from being capable of being, in accordance with the 34 8,1 | justice either begins, or being begun is increased, or being 35 8,1 | being begun is increased, or being lost is repaired. With this 36 8,1 | saith, that a minister, being in mortal sin,-if so be 37 8,1 | inhibitions from the same, being of avail to any one in the 38 8,1 | the place, those persons being summoned whose interests 39 8,1 | inhibitions from the same, being of any avail in the matters 40 8,1 | inhibitions from the same, being utterly set aside. ~CHAPTER 41 8,1 | just cause. ~Faculties, for being promoted (to orders) by 42 8,1 | XII. ~Faculties for not being promoted shall not exceed 43 8,1 | Faculties granted for not being promoted (to orders) shall 44 8,1 | not be instituted without being previously examined and 45 8,1 | means of an appeal, from being bound to undergo that examination. 46 8,1 | and inhibitions therefrom, being of any force whatever in 47 8,3 | time to be declared by us: being ourselves unable, from being 48 8,3 | being ourselves unable, from being at that time lawfully hindered, 49 8,3 | two of you, upon the other being detained by a lawful impediment, 50 9,1 | the city of Bologna, as being a place better provided, 51 10,1 | place, all the formalities being observed in the usual manner; ( 52 10,1 | present at this Council,-being some engaged in their own 53 12 | the calends of May, MDLI, being the first held under the 54 13 | SESSION THE TWELFTH,~Being the second under the Sovereign 55 13 | assemblage of the Fathers not being numerous; now rejoicing 56 13 | is blessed for evermore, being at length appeased, may 57 14 | SESSION THE THIRTEENTH,~Being the third under the Sovereign 58 14,1 | in the Eucharist, before being used, there is the Author 59 14,1 | health of their mind; that being invigorated by the strength 60 14,1 | the Catholic doctrine being already recognised,-may 61 14,2 | during the use, whilst it is being taken, and not either before 62 14,3 | protection of innocence, from being abused to the defence of 63 14,3 | defer to any such appeal, as being frivolous; but they may 64 14,3 | however, to himself, and being assisted therein by, a like 65 14,3 | present; or in their default, (being assisted) by (a like number 66 14,4 | faithful, her daily prayers being devoutly offered up to Almighty 67 15 | SESSION THE FOURTEENTH,~Being the fourth under the Sovereign 68 15,1 | sacrament of penance, when, being raised from the dead, He 69 15,1 | repetition of baptism--that being nowise lawful in the Catholic 70 15,1 | not once, but as often as, being penitent, they should, from 71 15,1 | whereby the penitent being assisted prepares a way 72 15,1 | as pious and worthy of being retained. ~CHAPTER VI. ~ 73 15,1 | the whole punishment also being therewith pardoned. For 74 15,2 | Fathers was regarded as being the completion, not only 75 15,2 | mercy; whereby the sick being supported, bears more easily 76 15,3 | conscience is smitten upon being convinced of sin, and the 77 15,5 | conservation, and doctrine; being mindful of that which is 78 15,5 | decreed. ~CHAPTER I. ~If any, being prohibited, or interdicted, 79 15,5 | nor Christian people, and being in a manner wanderers, having 80 15,5 | comes to pass, that, persons being ordained who are but little 81 15,5 | under the pretext of his being his domestic fed constantly 82 15,5 | bind the authors thereof, being of any avail to the said 83 15,5 | to screen the party from being capable of being, in criminal 84 15,5 | party from being capable of being, in criminal and mixed causes, 85 15,5 | accused and summoned, and from being examined and proceeded against 86 15,5 | superior; or prevent him from being liable to be freely summoned 87 15,5 | decreed against clerics, who, being in sacred Orders, or holding 88 15,5 | forasmuch as Regulars, after being transferred from one order 89 16 | SESSION THE FIFTEENTH,~Being the fifth under thc Sovereign 90 16,1 | Session, an assured hope being held out that they will 91 16,1 | tranquillity, peace and repose; being ready, should they come, 92 16,2 | and contumelious laiiguage being utterly discarded; and in 93 16,2 | that, upon these matters being concluded, or before they 94 16,2 | will, all deceit and fraud being entirely excluded, reconduct 95 16,2 | possibly incur;--without there being any excuse or contrary allegation 96 17 | SESSION THE SIXTEENTH,~Being the sixth, and last under 97 17,2 | hereof. ~Immediately on being called, by the alone mercy 98 17,2 | princes. Which opportunity being offered us, we have, relying 99 17,2 | notaries; and that it be, after being read, affixed to the doors 100 17,2 | places. For we will that, by being so read, published, and 101 17,2 | two months from the day of being published and affixed, all 102 18 | General Council of Trent, being the first under the Sovereign 103 18,1 | IV.; and that, due order being observed, those things be 104 19 | SESSION THE EIGHTEENTH,~Being the second under the Sovereign 105 19,3 | and contumelious language being utterly discarded; and, 106 19,3 | that, upon these matters being concluded, or before they 107 19,3 | will, all deceit and fraud being entirely excluded, reconduct 108 19,3 | possibly incur,--without there being any excuse, or Contrary 109 20 | SESSION THE NINETEENTH,~Being the third under the Sovereign 110 21 | SESSION THE TWENTIETH,~Being the fourth under the Sovereign 111 22 | SESSION THE TWENTY-FIRST,~Being the fifth under the Sovereign 112 22,1 | sacraments, their substance being untouched, it may ordain,-- 113 22,1 | the laver of baptism, and being incorporated with Christ, 114 22,1 | have already acquired of being the sons of God. Not therefore, 115 22,2 | shall not be capable of being revoked, by virtue of any 116 22,2 | Vicars shall be, for the time being, deputed with a portion 117 22,2 | or vicars for the time being, and assign the same a part 118 22,2 | uses; a cross, however, being erected there. ~CHAPTER 119 23 | SESSION THE TWENTY-SECOND,~Being the sixth under the Sovereign 120 23,1 | all errors and heresies being repelled, be preserved in 121 23,1 | Eucharist, considered as being a true and singular sacrifice. ~ ./. 122 23,1 | by those sacrifices, as being the consummation and perfection 123 23,1 | manner alone of offering being different. The fruits indeed 124 23,1 | mistress of all churches, being in each place retained; 125 23,3 | masses and of candles, as being the invention of superstitious 126 23,4 | themselves may have, God being the avenger, to pay the 127 23,4 | Benefices therein. ~Whosoever being employed in the divine offices 128 23,4 | privileges to the contrary being set aside; unless it should 129 23,4 | the ways aforesaid) from being received by those unto whom 130 24 | SESSION THE TWENTY-THIRD,~Being the seventh under the Sovereign 131 24,1 | decree, that all those who, being only called and instituted 132 24,2 | causes of which absence being notorious, and at times 133 24,2 | regard of ill-gotten fruits, being prohibited, whereby the 134 24,2 | ecclesiastical) court. ~No one, after being initiated by the first tonsure, 135 24,2 | first tonsure, or even after being constituted in minor orders, 136 24,2 | provided the said clerks, being deputed by the bishop to 137 24,2 | place; the principal church being always, as far as possible, 138 24,2 | whatsoever, howsoever exempted, being within the limits of any 139 24,2 | decrees of this holy Synod being observed; any privilege, 140 24,2 | whatsoever in this regard being completely set aside. ~CHAPTER 141 24,2 | future be ordained without being attached to that church, 142 24,2 | means of the said unions being carried into effect, or 143 24,2 | fit, without any appeal being allowed; but should they 144 24,2 | shall have power, regard being had to the character of 145 25 | SESSION THE TWENTY-FOURTH,~Being the eighth under the Sovereign 146 25,2 | can hinder matrimony from being contracted, and dissolve 147 25,2 | contract marriage, and that being contracted it is valid, 148 25,3 | relationship between other persons being utterly set aside. ~CHAPTER 149 25,3 | that has been abducted, being separated from the abducer, 150 25,3 | separated from the abducer, and being in a safe and free place, 151 25,3 | having no settled homes; and, being of a profligate character, 152 25,3 | the first. The holy Synod, being desirous to obviate this 153 25,4 | completed, it shall, after being reduced into the form of 154 25,4 | zeal; and with this view being content with a modest train 155 25,4 | the definitive sentence being reserved to the said most 156 25,4 | Sacraments shall, before being administered to the people, 157 25,4 | nothing is to be understood as being, by these privileges, taken 158 25,4 | hereafter conceded, from being fully subject in all things 159 25,4 | those persons, however, being excepted, who are engaged 160 25,4 | age as to be capable of being admitted to that order, 161 25,4 | Sovereign Roman Pontiff; who, being thereby made acquainted 162 25,4 | dioceses, stand in need of being aided by certain fruits; 163 25,4 | which shall be accounted as being sufficiently expressed here. ~ 164 25,4 | regards; and, those only being retained which they shall 165 25,4 | shall not be capable of being absolved, until after they 166 25,4 | aforesaid examiners from being carried into execution: 167 25,4 | already deputed for the time being to the vacant church, or 168 25,4 | against the entire proceedings being delivered over to the appellant 169 25,4 | changed. ~The holy Synod,-being desirous that no occasion 170 26 | day of December, MDLXIII., being the ninth and last under 171 26,3 | be not departed from; it being certain, that those things 172 26,3 | they are to be erected, being first obtained. ~CHAPTER 173 26,3 | of Cluny with its limits being excepted; and excepting 174 26,3 | clerics, and even monks, on being summoned to public processions, 175 26,3 | obliged to attend; those only being excepted who always live 176 26,3 | publicly. ~A Regular who, not being subject to the bishop, and 177 26,3 | the Society of Jesus from being able to serve God and His 178 26,3 | decrees, that if a girl, being more than twelve years of 179 26,4 | Wherefore the holy Synod, being minded that these things 180 26,4 | which, by the very fact of being levied, shall be assigned 181 26,4 | with the faithful, but, if, being bound with censures, he 182 26,4 | obligations. The holy Synod, being desirous that these legacies 183 26,4 | commended by the holy Fathers; being mindful that those who cherish 184 26,4 | kind shall be conferred, as being free, by those who collate 185 26,4 | be held as equivalent to being expressed; nor shall such 186 26,4 | them, or hinder them (from being paid), shall be excommunicated; 187 26,4 | churches, But if, after being admonished by their superiors, 188 26,4 | of this nature, and, upon being admonished by the provincial 189 26,4 | Princes. ~The holy Synod being desirous that ecclesiastical 190 26,4 | especially to God, and as being under the cover of His protection; 191 26,4 | immunity, and jurisdiction; being themselves an example to 192 26,7 | discipline be enervated. And being desirous that the abuses 193 26,11| that the heretics, after being so often invited, even with 194 26,11| they desired, and after being so long expected, will come 195 26,15| attest, that, on this day, being Wednesday, the twenty-sixth 196 27 | oecumenical Council, had, upon being convoked by our letters, 197 27 | explained, and ordained, which being completed, the Council was 198 27 | of our predecessors; We, being made acquainted with the 199 27 | prelates, to wit, under pain of being interdicted from entering 200 27 | in like manner decreed ; being prepared, as that Synod 201 27 | when removed thence, copies being, according to custom, left


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