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Council of Trent

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1 1 | and general assemblies of bishops, as the best and most opportune 2 1 | general assembly of those bishops and other Fathers whose 3 1 | convenient one whereat the bishops and prelates can assemble 4 1 | patriarchs, archbishops, bishops, and our beloved sons the 5 1 | kingdoms and provinces, the bishops and prelates set forth without 6 3,1 | Church: and as regards the bishops, and all others soever constituted 7 3,1 | forasmuch as It behoveth bishops to be blameless, sober, 8 3,1 | introduced, even at the tables of bishops; and let each teach and 9 5,2 | the word of God, be by the bishops restrained by the penalties 10 6,2 | in sacred theology,--the bishops, archbishops, primates, 11 6,2 | to be chosen by the said bishops, archbishops, primates, 12 6,2 | abbots be negligent, let the bishops of the places, as the delegates 13 6,2 | is the principal duty of bishops; the same holy Synod hath 14 6,2 | resolved and decreed, that all bishops, archbishops, primates, 15 6,2 | if it should happen that bishops, and the others aforesaid, 16 6,2 | pastoral solicitude of the bishops be wanting, provided those 17 6,2 | themselves personally before the bishops, and beg a blessing from 18 6,2 | to their own orders: but bishops shall grant the said license 19 6,2 | the Apostolic See. But let bishops be careful, that a preacher 20 6,2 | them. ~Furthermore, let bishops be on their guard not to 21 6,2 | been consulted by the said bishops thereon; from which See 22 7,2 | denounce his absent suffragan bishops, and the oldest resident 23 7,2 | fruits. ~Those inferior to bishops, who hold by title, or in 24 7,2 | it shall be the office of bishops, as delegated in this matter 25 7,2 | Apostolic See. ~CHAPTER IV. ~Bishops and other greater prelates 26 7,2 | authority, by their own bishops, and other greater prelates, 27 7,2 | accompany them. ~CHAPTER V. ~Bishops shall neither exercise any 28 8,1 | be ordained by their own bishops; and even then they shall 29 8,1 | be taken cognizance of by bishops. ~In the causes of exempted 30 11,2 | archs, archbishops, bishops, and our beloved sons the 31 13 | and also of several other bishops of that country and of other 32 14,3 | REFORMATION ~CHAPTER I. ~Bishops shall apply themselves with 33 14,3 | the correction of those bishops there shall be appeal. ~ 34 14,3 | relate to the jurisdiction of bishops, in order that they may, 35 14,3 | thinks it meet that the bishops be first of all admonished 36 14,3 | injunction of the apostle is by bishops to be observed, that they 37 14,3 | evade the judgments of their bishops, affect to have subjects 38 14,3 | or to one of the nearest bishops. ~A case of appeal-where 39 14,3 | committed to one of the nearest bishops, or to the vicars thereof, 40 14,3 | case a certain number of bishops is, according to the Canons, 41 14,3 | the presence even of other bishops, to proceed against a cleric, 42 14,3 | wherein the presence of other bishops, in a specific number, is 43 14,3 | the just severity of their bishops are either wholly remitted, 44 14,3 | Pontiff. The causes of bishops, when, on account of the 45 15,1 | any others soever besides bishops and priests; imagining, 46 15,1 | be lawfully done by all bishops, each in his own diocese, 47 15,2 | the people, but, either bishops, or priests by bishops rightly 48 15,2 | either bishops, or priests by bishops rightly ordained by the 49 15,3 | If any one saith, that bishops have not the right of reserving 50 15,5 | Proem.~It is the office of bishops to admonish their subjects, 51 15,5 | is properly the office of bishops to reprove the vices of 52 15,5 | they reprove? Wherefore, bishops shall charge their clergy, 53 15,5 | in order that the said bishops may be able to execute this 54 15,5 | And forasmuch as certain bishops of churches which are in 55 15,5 | commendatory letters from their own bishops, or prelates; whence it 56 15,5 | been rejected by their own bishops as incapable and unworthy, 57 15,5 | the Church: none of the bishops, who are called titular, 58 17,1 | that almost all the German bishops, and in particular the Electoral 59 17,2 | patriarchs, archbishops, bishops, and our beloved sons the 60 22,2 | Reformation. ~CHAPTER I. ~Bishops shall both confer orders, 61 22,2 | of covetousness, neither bishops, nor others, who confer 62 22,2 | performance of divine worship, the bishops, even as delegates of the 63 22,2 | the divine offices; the bishops may, even against the will 64 22,2 | whatsoever. ~CHAPTER V. ~Bishops shall be able to form perpetual 65 22,2 | according to their dignity, the bishops, even as the delegates of 66 22,2 | destroy than edify; the bishops, even as the delegates of 67 22,2 | whatsoever. ~CHAPTER VII. ~Bishops shall transfer, together 68 22,2 | from the memory of men; the bishops, even as the delegates of 69 22,2 | benefices so ever, shall be by bishops annually visited. ~It is 70 22,2 | Apostolic See; and the said bishops shall provide, by suitable 71 22,2 | therein maintained, the bishops shall make it their care, 72 22,2 | them, then may the said bishops, even as delegates of the 73 23,3 | decrees, that the ordinary bishops of places shall take diligent 74 23,4 | certa in cases excepted. ~Bishops, even as the delegates of 75 23,4 | be prescribed by the said bishops, they shall forfeit that 76 23,4 | decree is renewed: and the bishops shall compel them to exercise 77 23,4 | and necessary cause,--the bishops, as delegates of the Apostolic 78 23,4 | jure null. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~Bishops shall execute the pious 79 23,4 | protection of Kings. ~The bishops, even as the delegates of 80 23,4 | examination and judgment of the Bishops. ~Whereas the unskilfulness 81 24,1 | ecclesiastical degrees, bishops, who have succeeded to the 82 24,1 | that, in the ordination of bishops, priests, and of the other 83 24,1 | vainly therefore do the bishops say, Receive ye the Holy 84 24,1 | instituted, consisting of bishops, priests, and ministers; 85 24,1 | If any one saith, that bishops are not superior to priests; 86 24,1 | any one saith, that the bishops, who are assumed by authority 87 24,1 | not legitimate and true bishops, but are a human figment; 88 24,2 | conveniently done. ~CHAPTER III. ~Bishops, except in case of illness, 89 24,2 | confer Order in person. ~Bishops shall themselves confer 90 24,2 | X. ~Prelates inferior to bishops shall not give the tonsure, 91 24,2 | persons shall appertain to the bishops within the limits of whose 92 24,2 | twenty-fifth year. Nevertheless, bishops are to know, that not all 93 24,2 | benefice, or is, by the bishops, after an examination if 94 24,2 | needful for this object, all bishops shall ordain-with the advice 95 24,2 | charge of the bishop; the bishops as aforesaid, with the advice 96 24,2 | holy Synod ordains, that bishops, archbishops, primates, 97 25,3 | contracting marriage is renewed.--Bishops may dispense with the bans.-- 98 25,3 | solemnly celebrated; and the bishops shall take care that they 99 25,4 | proceeding to the creation of Bishops and Cardinals. ~If, as regards 100 25,4 | who are to be appointed bishops, the same are also to be 101 25,4 | at which council all the bishops and others, who, by right 102 25,4 | their imminent peril. The bishops of the province shall not, 103 25,4 | metropolitan church. Those bishops likewise who are not subject 104 25,4 | be present with the other bishops, and shall observe, and 105 25,4 | whether metropolitans, or bishops, or the others above-named, 106 25,4 | primates, metropolitans, and bishops shall not fail to visit 107 25,4 | or the dioceses of the bishops of their province, except 108 25,4 | or foundation; but the bishops themselves shall attend 109 25,4 | which peculiarly belongs to bishops, may be exercised as frequently 110 25,4 | memory, ordains, that the bishops shall themselves in person, 111 25,4 | of the bishop. ~The said bishops shall also take care, that, 112 25,4 | constrained thereunto by their bishops, if need be, even by ecclesiastical 113 25,4 | criminal causes against Bishops, the greater causes shall 114 25,4 | criminal causes against bishops, even of heresy-which may 115 25,4 | soever, but metropolitans, or bishops, to be chosen by the most 116 25,4 | less criminal causes of bishops shall be taken cognizance 117 25,4 | people, be explained by Bishops and Parish Priests; during 118 25,4 | holy Synod enjoins on all bishops, that, not only when they 119 25,4 | in a catechism which the bishops shall take care to have 120 25,4 | of decrees is allowed. ~Bishops, that they may be the better 121 25,4 | any way from the right of bishops. ~Forasmuch as the privileges 122 25,4 | confusion in the jurisdiction of bishops, and to give occasion to 123 25,4 | certain benefices, for those bishops who, on account of the poverty 124 25,4 | the holy Synod enjoins on bishops, that for the greater security 125 25,4 | receive the sacraments; or the bishops shall make such other provision 126 25,4 | practices, It enjoins on bishops, that they suffer not anything 127 25,4 | oldest of the suffragan bishops in that metropolitan church, 128 25,4 | that see, or before any bishops, or metropolitans, primates, 129 25,4 | powers whatsoever, to impede bishops in the causes aforesaid, 130 26,1 | the holy Synod enjoins on bishops that they diligently endeavour 131 26,1 | the faithful. But let the bishops take care, that the suffrages 132 26,2 | holy Synod enjoins on all bishops, and others who sustain 133 26,2 | opponents of images. ~And the bishops shall carefully teach this,- 134 26,2 | diligence be used herein by bishops, as that there be nothing 135 26,2 | metropolitan and of the bishops of the province, in a provincial 136 26,3 | Periculoso, enjoins on all bishops, by the judgment of God 137 26,3 | crimes of wicked men, the bishops and other Superiors shall, 138 26,3 | general Chapters, or to bishops, and which have not their 139 26,3 | shall be subjected to the bishops, in whose dioceses the places 140 26,3 | shall be governed by the Bishops; but others, by those deputed 141 26,3 | shall be governed by the bishops, as the delegates of the 142 26,3 | enclosure of the Convent. ~Bishops and other Superiors of convents 143 26,3 | however, the right of those bishops who exercise a greater jurisdiction 144 26,3 | of orders not subject to bishops shall visit and correct 145 26,3 | who are not subject to bishops, but have a lawful jurisdiction 146 26,3 | possible, It enjoins on all bishops that, in the monasteries 147 26,3 | punish the negligence of the bishops ; and that of Regulars, 148 26,3 | support of the aforesaid bishops, abbots, generals, and other 149 26,4 | discipline, admonishes all bishops, that, often meditating 150 26,4 | It not only orders that bishops be content with modest furniture, 151 26,4 | And what has been said of bishops, the same is not only to 152 26,4 | primates, archbishops, bishops, and all others, who, of 153 26,4 | primates, archbishops, and bishops, shall strictly observe 154 26,4 | refuse, which God forbid, the bishops of the same province shall 155 26,4 | celebrated is excessive, Bishops, Abbots, and Generals, shall 156 26,4 | manner possible, empowers bishops in diocesan Synod, and likewise 157 26,4 | everywhere be rendered to bishops that honour which comports 158 26,4 | that is to be done. ~If the bishops shall propose anything to 159 26,4 | those churches wherein the bishops, or their vicars, by virtue 160 26,4 | holy Synod, are required in bishops and prelates, are reunited 161 26,4 | has been made, which the bishops shall forthwith transmit 162 26,4 | assist bountifully those bishops and parish priests who preside 163 26,4 | other inferiors, but to the bishops themselves, who may proceed 164 26,4 | with the sacred canons. ~Bishops also, if, which God forbid, 165 26,4 | ancient state. ~CHAPTER XVII. ~Bishops shall maintain their dignity; 166 26,4 | at hearing that certain bishops, forgetful of their own 167 26,4 | enjoin, that henceforth bishops abstain from the like; charging 168 26,7 | prohibited; It commands all bishops, diligently to collect, 169 26,7 | the opinions of the other bishops also, they may forthwith 170 26,11| decreed. ~And whereas so many bishops, summoned from the various 171 26,14| Cardinal. To the most holy bishops, life, and a happy return 172 26,14| hundred and sixty-eight bishops, seven abbots, thirty-nine 173 27 | most numerous assembly of bishops and of other distinguished 174 27 | patriarchs, archbishops, bishops, and all other prelates


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