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Council of Trent

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1 1 | to the doors of the said churches, also to the gates of the 2 3,1 | the Eucharist; to visit churches; to fulfil, in fine, as 3 3,1 | shall be said, in the other churches, at least the litanies and 4 4,1 | which it is read in all the churches. Which Symbol is as follows: 5 6,2 | decreed, that,--in those churches where there is found to 6 6,2 | metropolitan, or cathedral churches, if the city be distinguished 7 6,2 | and also in collegiate churches which are in any large town, 8 6,2 | in case that in the said churches there should not be any, 9 6,2 | therefore omitted. ~As to churches, whose annual revenues are 10 6,2 | all other prelates of the churches be bound personally--if 11 6,2 | any parochial, or other, churches, which have the cure of 12 6,2 | bishop, and even though the churches may be, in whatsoever way, 13 6,2 | wanting, provided those churches be really within their diocese; 14 6,2 | found to be any parochial churches, subject to monasteries 15 6,2 | may not preach even in the churches of their own orders, unless 16 6,2 | preach. But, (to preach) in churches which are not those of their 17 6,2 | account preach in the said churches which belong not to their 18 7,2 | prelates reside in their own churches; if they act otherwise, 19 7,2 | preside over the greater churches; for the integrity of those 20 7,2 | assumed unto the government of churches, in accordance with the 21 7,2 | metropolitan, and cathedral churches, and hereby accounts all 22 7,2 | require, and provide the said churches with more useful pastors, 23 7,2 | the good government of the churches and the advancement of the 24 7,2 | place. ~The prelates of the churches shall apply themselves prudently 25 7,2 | prelates shall visit any churches whatsoever, as often as 26 7,2 | cathedral, and of other greater, churches, and the members thereof, 27 8,1 | by every pastor of the churches, into other new ones; let 28 8,1 | mother and mistress of all churches, there is not the true doctrine 29 8,1 | capable of governing Cathedral churches. ~No one shall be assumed 30 8,1 | government of Cathedral churches, but one that is born of 31 8,1 | holders of several Cathedral churches are commanded to resign 32 8,1 | Metropolitan, or Cathedral, churches, whether by title, or in 33 8,1 | those who now hold several churches contrary to the tenor of 34 8,1 | the year; otherwise those churches, the one last obtained only 35 8,1 | Ordinary, who shall provide the churches with a Vicar, assigning 36 8,1 | Cathedral, Collegiate, or other churches, or to monasteries, benefices, 37 8,1 | expedient for the good of the churches that it be otherwise,-which ( 38 8,1 | abovenamed. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~Churches shall be repaired: the cure 39 8,1 | apostolic authority, all churches whatsoever, in whatsoever 40 8,1 | repaired; and that those churches be not in any way defrauded 41 8,1 | promoted to the greater churches shall receive the rite of 42 8,1 | be lawful for Chapters of churches, when a see is vacant, to 43 10,1 | some engaged in their own Churches during these last days of 44 14,1 | reserving it for this purpose in churches, besides that it is exceedingly 45 14,3 | willingly reside in the churches committed to them, by how 46 15,2 | and mistress of all other churches, observe aught in administering 47 15,5 | forasmuch as certain bishops of churches which are in partibus infidelium, ( 48 15,5 | visitation.~All prelates of the churches, who ought diligently to 49 15,5 | be resident in their own churches,--shall have power, as delegates 50 15,5 | assigned, and to inferior churches their rectors, each to take 51 15,5 | be they even parochial churches, perpetual vicarages, simple 52 17,1 | to provide for their own churches ; It resolved, not to struggle 53 17,1 | might return to their own churches to take care of their own 54 17,1 | kingdoms, dominions, and churches, all and singular the things 55 17,2 | to the doors of the said churches, also to the gates of the 56 22,2 | or the convenience of his churches; after having also first 57 22,2 | holy Synod ordains, that in churches, as well cathedral as collegiate, 58 22,2 | however, the customs of those churches wherein those who do not 59 22,2 | set forth. ~In all parish churches, or those wherein baptism 60 22,2 | administered, in which (churches) the people is so numerous, 61 22,2 | worship. As regards those churches, to which, on account of 62 22,2 | appointed afresh over the churches newly erected, a competent 63 22,2 | that may lie upon the said churches, notwithstanding. Neither 64 22,2 | that the state of those churches, wherein the sacred offices 65 22,2 | incumbents--of any parochial churches whatsoever, and of those 66 22,2 | of the poverty of those churches, and in the other cases 67 22,2 | permitted; even though the said churches, or benefices, be generally 68 22,2 | unskilful rectors of parish churches are but little fit for the 69 22,2 | with their obligations, churches which cannot be restored; 70 22,2 | right of patronage-from churches which have fallen into ruin 71 22,2 | restored, to the Mother Churches, or others of the same or 72 22,2 | shall raise, in the said churches, altars, or chapels, under 73 22,2 | were imposed on the former churches, to altars or chapels already 74 22,2 | But, as regards parish churches which have thus fallen into 75 22,2 | way belonging to the said churches; and if those resources 76 22,2 | fruits derived from those churches, or, in their default, the 77 22,2 | should be all too poor, those churches shall be transferred to 78 22,2 | transferred to the Mother Churches, or to the neighbouring 79 22,2 | or to the neighbouring churches, with power to convert both 80 22,2 | convert both the said parish churches and others that are in ruins, 81 22,2 | privileges granted to any churches, monasteries, hospitals, 82 23,1 | mother and mistress of all churches, being in each place retained; 83 23,3 | They shall also banish from churches all those kinds of music, 84 23,3 | frequently to their own parish churches, at least on the Lord's 85 23,4 | be promoted to Cathedral Churches. ~Whosoever is, hereafter, 86 23,4 | cathedral or collegiate churches, into distributions, to 87 23,4 | cathedral or collegiate churches; but, out of the city, in 88 23,4 | cathedral or collegiate churches. These things are to be 89 23,4 | understood as appointed for those churches only, wherein there is no 90 23,4 | in the chapter of those churches, even though this may have 91 23,4 | hereafter possess, in the said churches, any dignities, personates, 92 24,2 | negligence of Pastors of Churches in residing is variously 93 24,2 | metropolitan, and cathe- ./. dral churches whatsoever, are obliged 94 24,2 | them to the fabric of the churches, or to the poor of the place; 95 24,2 | CHAPTER II. ~Those set over Churches shall receive the rite of 96 24,2 | cathedral, or superior, churches, if they shall not, within 97 24,2 | ipso jure deprived of their churches. And their consecration, 98 24,2 | law, and in the cathedral churches, in the presence of the 99 24,2 | even those of cathedral churches, grant letters dimissory 100 24,2 | they shall serve in the churches to which they may be assigned; 101 24,2 | useful or necessary for his churches, the holy Synod, adhering 102 24,2 | each of the prelates of the churches, and commands them, that 103 24,2 | collegiate, and parochial churches of their dioceses, where 104 24,2 | metropolitan, and other churches greater than these, shall 105 24,2 | this purpose near the said churches, or in some other suitable 106 24,2 | them to the ministry of the churches, the others he shall keep 107 24,2 | the cathedral and other churches of the place. ~All which, 108 24,2 | funds which are, in some churches and places, set apart for 109 24,2 | or are annexed to other churches, monasteries, hospitals, 110 24,2 | devoted to the fabrics of churches, and of other places, and 111 24,2 | and of the other greater churches, should be negligent in 112 24,2 | notwithstanding. ~But if the churches in any province labour under 113 24,2 | established in certain (churches) thereof; the provincial 114 24,2 | revenues of two or more churches, in which singly a college 115 24,2 | shall the youths of those churches be educated. ~But in churches 116 24,2 | churches be educated. ~But in churches which have extensive dioceses, 117 24,2 | to the character of the churches and benefices, to regulate 118 25,4 | to cathedral and superior churches, yet doth it account this 119 25,4 | those to be set over the churches; the holy Synod,-without 120 25,4 | useful manner provide those churches therewith, if they shall 121 25,4 | fit to be placed over the churches: in such wise that, after 122 25,4 | parochial, or other Secular churches, even though annexed, those 123 25,4 | not visit the cathedral churches, or the dioceses of the 124 25,4 | of) visitation in certain churches, shall henceforth visit 125 25,4 | from visiting those same churches apart from those deputies; 126 25,4 | or other pious places, or churches not parochial, which right 127 25,4 | preaching; and in the other churches by the parish priests, or, 128 25,4 | presume to preach, even in churches of his own order, in opposition 129 25,4 | instituted in Cathedral Churches. ~The apostle admonishes 130 25,4 | Likewise, in all cathedral churches, where it can be conveniently 131 25,4 | CHAPTER IX. ~By whom Secular Churches, not of any diocese, are 132 25,4 | regard of those Secular churches which are said to be in 133 25,4 | and canonries of Cathedral Churches: and what those so promoted 134 25,4 | especially in cathedral churches, were established to preserve 135 25,4 | the bishop, shall, in all churches, where it is possible, be 136 25,4 | and dignities in cathedral churches, shall be bound to do this 137 25,4 | As regards all cathedral churches, all canonries and portions 138 25,4 | cathedral and eminent collegiate churches, be conferred only on masters, 139 25,4 | cathedral or collegiate churches, any dignities, canonries, 140 25,4 | to be absent from those churches, above three months in each 141 25,4 | the constitutions of those churches which require a longer term 142 25,4 | endowed Cathedral and Parish Churches: Parishes are to be distinguished 143 25,4 | Forasmuch as very many cathedral churches have so slight a revenue, 144 25,4 | for the necessities of the churches; the provincial Council, 145 25,4 | and weigh with care, what churches it may be expedient, on 146 25,4 | together the slightly provided churches, or improve them by some 147 25,4 | certain visitors. ~In parish churches also, the fruits of which 148 25,4 | aforesaid, or for others, parish churches shall not be united to any 149 25,4 | Furthermore, all those cathedral churches, the revenue of which, in 150 25,4 | ducats, and those parish churches where it does not exceed 151 25,4 | places where the parish churches have not any certain boundaries, 152 25,4 | where there are no parish churches: any privileges aind customs, 153 25,4 | are prohibited. ~In many churches, as well cathedral as collegiate 154 25,4 | profits which are in some churches called Turnorum lucra; and 155 25,4 | and of eminent Collegiate Churches. ~In cathedral, and eminent 156 25,4 | and eminent collegiate, churches, where the prebends are 157 25,4 | ought to be enrolled in two churches. But, seeing that many, 158 25,4 | apply not only to cathedral churches, but also to all other benefices 159 25,4 | present hold several parochial churches, or one cathedral and one 160 25,4 | resign the other parochial churches within the space of six 161 25,4 | otherwise as well the parish churches, as also all the benefices 162 25,4 | those nominated to Parochial Churches ought to be examined. ~It 163 25,4 | not excepting even those churches called patrimonial, or receptive, 164 25,4 | however, the said parish churches should possess so slight 165 25,4 | nor indults which apply to churches belonging to others, or 166 26,3 | observed by Regulars in their churches. The festival days also 167 26,4 | and all Prelates of the churches shall be content with modest 168 26,4 | frequently happens, in divers churches, either that so great a 169 26,4 | worship, and the good of the churches, in those churches aforesaid 170 26,4 | of the churches, in those churches aforesaid which they shall 171 26,4 | cathedral and collegiate churches, not only when the bishop 172 26,4 | not have effect in those churches wherein the bishops, or 173 26,4 | whatsoever, and even in cathedral churches, and as regards all manner 174 26,4 | even united to their own churches, the places commonly called 175 26,4 | poor; or, if the parish churches should happen to be united 176 26,4 | Unions of free benefices, to churches under right of patronage, 177 26,4 | patronage belong to cathedral churches, and excepting such other ( 178 26,4 | union of free benefices with churches that are subject to the 179 26,4 | of laymen, whether those churches be parochial, or benefices 180 26,4 | rights of patronage,-over churches, and any other benefices 181 26,4 | ordinarily brings great ruin upon churches, when the property thereof 182 26,4 | excommunicated: the Rectors of Poor Churches are to be piously relieved. ~ 183 26,4 | the tithes accruing to the churches ; nor those who rashly take 184 26,4 | or to whatsoever other churches, or persons, they are lawfully 185 26,4 | preside over the poorer churches; to the praise of God, and 186 26,4 | the Cathedral or Parish Churches. The holy Synod ordains, 187 26,4 | statutes of the (several) churches, But if, after being admonished 188 26,4 | wedlock, to hold, in those churches wherein their fathers have, 189 26,4 | minister in any way in the said churches; nor to have pensions out 190 26,4 | and the protection of the churches, in imitation of those most 191 26,8 | and ./. mistress of all churches, has ordained, as also those 192 26,14| happy return to their own churches. ~Answer. To the heralds 193 27 | prelates whatsoever of the churches, of what estate, grade, 194 27 | and statutes in their own churches, cities, and dioceses, both 195 27 | affixed to the doors of those churches, and also to the gates of


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