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1 1 | us the hope of heavenly things; the unity of the Christian 2 1 | Rome; in order that those things which were necessary for 3 1 | entered upon touching holy things, and such as relate to Christian 4 3,1 | shine forth; and that those things which need reformation may 5 3,1 | and prudent manner, the things to be condemned, may be 6 4,1 | all and each above all things, to be strengthened in the 7 4,1 | might of his power, in all things taking the shield of faith, 8 4,1 | decrees that, before all other things, a confession of faith is 9 4,1 | heaven and earth, of all things visible and invisible; and 10 4,1 | the Father, by whom all things were made: who for us men, 11 4,2 | and examination of those things which it shall seem fit 12 5,2 | profane uses, to wit, to things scurrilous, fabulous, vain, 13 6,1 | confesses, and declares these things touching the said original 14 6,2 | people; by teaching them the things which it is necessary for 15 7,1 | towards God, believing those things to be true which God has 16 7,1 | because that none of those things which precede justification-whether 17 7,1 | learned obedience by the things which he suffered, and being 18 7,1 | election. For doing those things, you shall not sin at any 19 7,1 | great, that He will have the things which are His own gifts 20 7,1 | And forasmuch as in many things we all offend, each one 21 7,1 | bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and will make 22 7,1 | in the Gospel; that other things are indifferent, neither 23 7,2 | that they labour in all things, and fulfil their ministry: 24 7,2 | and preferring earthly things to heavenly, and things 25 7,2 | things to heavenly, and things human before divine, wander 26 8,1 | follows,-saving always, in all things, the authority of the Apostolic 27 8,3 | ordain, and execute the other things mentioned above, and the 28 8,3 | mentioned above, and the things thereunto necessary and 29 8,3 | and ordinances, and other things whatsoever to the contrary 30 10,1 | wherefore, to the end that all things may be done with mature 31 11,1 | examination, as well of those things which relate to dogmas, 32 11,2 | Reformation, and also many things relating to both subjects 33 11,2 | said Council, and any other things whatsoever to the contrary 34 11,2 | notwithstanding, and especially those things which it was the will of 35 14,1 | species of those sensible things. For neither are these things 36 14,1 | things. For neither are these things mutually repugnant,-that 37 14,1 | might all speak the same things, and there might be no schisms 38 14,3 | purposing to ordain certain things which relate to the jurisdiction 39 14,5 | proposals, and treat on those things which are to be treated 40 15,1 | whilst delivering these things touching the parts and the 41 15,1 | of performing the other things which are required for rightly 42 15,1 | doubted,--seeing that all things, that are from God, are 43 15,1 | penitence. Add to these things, that, whilst we thus, by 44 15,1 | of ourselves, can do all things, He cooperating, who strengthens 45 15,2 | faithful : for all these things are most manifestly at variance 46 15,2 | unction,--as regards those things which constitute the substance 47 15,2 | Ghost himself. These are the things which this holy oecumenical 48 15,5 | have committed the very things which they reprove? Wherefore, 49 15,5 | be not blamed; but in all things let them exhibit themselves 50 15,5 | see, and seeking not the things of Christ, but other's sheep 51 16,1 | diligently treated of the things which relate to the most 52 16,2 | select for himself. All which things,- It promises and in good 53 17,1 | seemed to have dawned upon things; and the Christian commonwealth, 54 17,1 | condition however, that if things be settled sooner, and the 55 17,1 | churches, all and singular the things which have been hitherto 56 18,1 | order being observed, those things be treated of therein, which, 57 19,1 | censures, or in the other things which It has declared beforehand 58 19,1 | earnestly beseeches God for the things that are for the peace of 59 19,3 | select for himself. All which things It promises, and in good 60 20,1 | study and to perform those things which shall be unto His 61 21,1 | also to the end that all things may proceed in a more befitting 62 22,1 | ordain,--or change, what things soever it may judge most 63 22,1 | power,- as in many other things, so in regard of this very 64 22,1 | having ordained certain things touching the use thereof, 65 22,2 | adornment of holy Church, the things which follow be ordained 66 22,2 | be paid thereunto in all things; the holy Synod ordains, 67 22,2 | to be taken, lest those things which have been dedicated 68 22,2 | is right that whatsoever things in a diocese regard the 69 23,1 | the symbols of those same things, He delivered (His own body 70 23,1 | it comprises all the good things signified by those sacrifices, 71 23,1 | it beseemeth, that holy things be administered in a holy 72 23,1 | manner, and of all holy things this sacrifice is the most 73 23,1 | the meditation of divine things; therefore has holy Mother 74 23,1 | rites, to wit that certain things be pronounced in the mass 75 23,1 | vestments, and many other things of this kind, derived from 76 23,1 | contemplation of those most sublime things which are hidden in this 77 23,1 | others, some portion of those things which are read at mass, 78 23,1 | time disseminated and many things are taught and maintained 79 23,3 | DECREE CONCERNING THE THINGS TO BE OBSERVED, AND TO BE 80 23,3 | Corruption of men, many things seem already to have crept 81 23,3 | prohibit and abolish all those things which either covetousness, 82 23,3 | introduced. And that many things may be comprised in a few 83 23,3 | requests, for alms, and other things of the like sort, which 84 23,3 | establish, not only the things aforesaid, but also whatsoever 85 23,4 | good that the following things be ordained in the present 86 23,4 | higher position, above the things of this world, others fix 87 23,4 | gait, discourse, and all things else, nothing appear but 88 23,4 | useful and decorous these things are for the Church of God, 89 23,4 | Synod ordains, that those things which have been heretofore 90 23,4 | Ordinaries. And, besides the things above-named, he shall possess 91 23,4 | collegiate churches. These things are to be understood as 92 23,4 | the sacred canons,--of all things that have been instituted 93 24,1 | words the most weighty, what things are especially to be attended 94 24,1 | perform very many other things; over which functions others 95 24,1 | the door. These are the things which it hath seemed good 96 24,1 | resolved to condemn whatsoever things are contrary thereunto, 97 24,2 | resolves and decrees that the things following be at present 98 24,2 | And for fear lest those things which have been already 99 24,2 | councils; for It desires that things so nearly concerning the 100 24,2 | whose diocese they are, all things considered in the decrees 101 24,2 | in letters, and in those things which belong to the exercise 102 24,2 | teaching the people those things which it is necessary for 103 24,2 | sacraments, especially those things which shall seem adapted 104 24,2 | place. ~All which, and other things advantageous and needful 105 24,2 | masters shall teach those things which the bishop shall judge 106 24,2 | entirely dependent in all things on the one erected and established 107 25,1 | faithful of Christ, many things alien from the sentiment 108 25,4 | Reformation, ordains that the things following be established 109 25,4 | usefully ordained certain things touching those who are to 110 25,4 | them, that they above all things bear in mind that they cannot 111 25,4 | over each church, above all things, good and fit pastors; and 112 25,4 | to establish such other things as to the prudence of the 113 25,4 | way to interfere in those things which regard the administration 114 25,4 | themselves shall attend to these things, and shall take care that 115 25,4 | In other respects, those things decreed, under the said 116 25,4 | holy Pontiff. ~The other things hereupon elsewhere decreed, 117 25,4 | are to be visited. ~Those things which have elsewhere been 118 25,4 | obedience, shall, in all those things which regard visitation 119 25,4 | enactments of the canons, those things which, in their prudence, 120 25,4 | suspend the execution of those things which shall have been by 121 25,4 | being fully subject in all things to the said Ordinaries, 122 25,4 | remaining there, as also such things as may be necessary in regard 123 25,4 | the church, and any other things of the like kind; the provincial 124 25,4 | the meantime, until the things aforesaid are carried into 125 25,4 | any way contrary to the things comprised in this present 126 25,4 | itself,-an account of those things which concern him, of their 127 25,4 | observing however the other things as prescribed above. It 128 25,4 | Expectatives, and other things of the like kind are abrogated. ~ 129 26,1 | multitude. In like manner, such things as are uncertain, or which 130 26,1 | treated of. While those things which tend to a certain 131 26,2 | give God thanks for those things; may order their own lives 132 26,2 | of God. ~And that these things may be the more faithfully 133 26,3 | has thought fit that the things following be ordained. ~ ./. 134 26,3 | proper seasons, that these things be not departed from; it 135 26,3 | being certain, that those things which belong to the substance 136 26,3 | them relaxed. For if those things which are the basis and 137 26,3 | the holy Synod above all things strictly enjoins, that all 138 26,3 | and to observe whatsoever things have been decreed in the 139 26,3 | the monastery. ~By these things, however, the Synod does 140 26,3 | And all and singular those things which ought to be done before 141 26,3 | correction. In all other things the privileges and faculties 142 26,3 | that all and singular the things aforesaid be put in execution 143 26,3 | in the execution of the things comprised above, that so 144 26,4 | fixing their thoughts on the things of this world, but on the 145 26,4 | being minded that these things are of the greatest importance 146 26,4 | receive all and singular the things that have been defined and 147 26,4 | interpret and teach those things which are of Catholic faith, 148 26,4 | also if there be any other things that need correction and 149 26,4 | revelation, or on account of things that have been lost or stolen, 150 26,4 | under pretext that the things contained in the present 151 26,4 | do it. But in all other things, the jurisdiction and power 152 26,4 | notwithstanding, as regards the things aforesaid, any privileges 153 26,4 | saving, however, in all things those privileges which have 154 26,4 | But all and singular these things shall not have effect in 155 26,4 | requires may be observed in all things, the holy Synod ordains, 156 26,4 | regard, unless-besides other things necessary for that proof-- 157 26,4 | leases of ecclesiastiscal things, even though confirmed by 158 26,4 | grudge not, out of the good things that are given them by God, 159 26,4 | attempts; besides those things which It has ordained touching 160 26,4 | people. ~CHAPTER XXI. ~In all things the authority of the Aposto1ic 161 26,4 | that all and singular the things which, under whatsoever 162 26,5 | FOLLOWING DAY.~Whereas all those things which had to be treated 163 26,5 | general congregation, the things which remain are deferred 164 26,8 | all the faithful all those things which the holy Roman Church, 165 26,8 | ordained, as also those things which, as well in this Council, 166 26,11| assistance as not to permit the things which it has decreed to 167 26,12| of happy memory, many things have, in this sacred Council, 168 26,13| of all and singular the things which have therein been 169 26,15| of all and singular the things which were therein decreed 170 26,15| confirm all and singular the things which have therein been 171 26,15| confirm all and singular the things which have been decreed 172 27 | the Apostolic See; such things as remained to be treated 173 27 | and void. And that these things may come to the knowledge


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