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1 1 | and one shepherd, for the Lord's flock in order to maintain 2 1 | cast our cares upon the Lord, that He might sustain us, 3 1 | in the year 1537 of our Lord's Incarnation, and the third 4 1 | there in the name of the Lord, He, as He promised, would 5 1 | hath it seemed good to the Lord our God, who, however, we 6 1 | the Resurrection of the Lord. Of which our ordinance 7 1 | of the Incarnation of our Lord, MDXXXVIII, on the fourth 8 1 | written, commit thy way to the Lord, and trust in him, and he 9 1 | from the Incarnation of the Lord,--in the city of Trent, 10 1 | mercy of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ,--the truth 11 1 | bound and obliged, by the Lord's great benefits towards 12 1 | in the year MDXLII of the Lord's Incarnation, on the eleventh 13 2 | December, in the year of the Lord, 1545. ~ 14 2,2 | solemnity of the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ is near, and 15 2,2 | January, in the year of the Lord MDXLVI? ~They answered: 16 3,1 | withal that The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, 17 3,1 | henceforth in the fear of the Lord; not to fulfil the lusts 18 3,1 | the commandments of the Lord; and, furthermore, to pray 19 3,1 | thanksgiving, for our most holy lord the Pope, for the emperor, 20 3,1 | memory of the passion of the Lord, and give alms to the poor: 21 3,1 | God, and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. ~And in delivering 22 3,1 | when the priests of the Lord are sitting together in 23 4,1 | to be strengthened in the Lord, and in the might of his 24 4,1 | and invisible; and in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten 25 4,1 | and in the Holy Ghost the Lord, and the giver of life, 26 5,1 | the holy Scriptures, our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of 27 6,1 | of the one mediator, our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath reconciled 28 6,1 | that, by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, which is conferred 29 6,2 | shall, at least on the Lord's days, and solemn feasts, 30 7,1 | our most holy father and lord in Christ, Paul III., by 31 7,1 | we answer; Convert us, O Lord, to thee, and we shall be 32 7,1 | thee; and, The fear of the Lord driveth out sin; and, Do 33 7,1 | Prepare your hearts unto the Lord. ~CHAPTER VII. ~What the 34 7,1 | beloved only-begotten, our Lord Jesus Christ, who, when 35 7,1 | merits of the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ are communicated, 36 7,1 | the judgment-seat of our Lord Jesus Christ, and may have 37 7,1 | prays, "Give unto us, O Lord, increase of faith, hope, 38 7,1 | labour is not in vain in the Lord; for God is not unjust, 39 7,1 | himself, and not in the Lord, whose bounty towards all 40 7,1 | God, or the merits of our Lord Jesus Christ are in any 41 7,2 | that by the mercy of our Lord and God, and the provident 42 7,2 | as he shall know in the Lord to be salutary and expedient. ~ 43 8,1 | instituted by Jesus Christ, our Lord; or, that they are more, 44 8,1 | metaphor, those words of our Lord Jesus Christ; Unless a man 45 8,3 | Peter's, in the year of the Lord's Incarnation MDXLVII, on 46 9,1 | expedient, to our most holy Lord and to the sacred Council, 47 10,1 | holy Father in Christ, and Lord, Paul III., by the providence 48 11,2 | bowels of the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ, exhort, require, 49 11,2 | the year MDXLVIII of our Lord's Incarnation, on the eighteenth 50 12,1 | letters of our most holy lord, resumed, and that further 51 13 | numerous; now rejoicing in the Lord, and giving deserved thanks 52 13 | after the example of our Lord Jesus Christ, they meanwhile 53 14,1 | Church,-instructed by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself, and 54 14,1 | the real presence of our Lord Jesus Christ in the most 55 14,1 | the bread and wine, our Lord Jesus Christ, true God and 56 14,1 | Eucharist from the hand of the Lord, when nevertheless Himself 57 14,1 | the veritable Body of our Lord, and His veritable Blood, 58 14,1 | the parts of Christ our Lord, who hath now risen from 59 14,1 | of the body of Christ our Lord, and of the whole substance 60 14,1 | instituted by Christ, the Lord, in order to be received: 61 14,1 | thankful to their common Lord and Redeemer for so ineffable 62 14,1 | so exceeding love of our Lord Jesus Christ, who gave His 63 14,2 | soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, and consequently 64 14,2 | the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, and denieth 65 14,2 | the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ are not in 66 14,2 | communion, the true Body of the Lord remaineth not; let him be 67 14,3 | subject to them, as not to lord it over them, but to love 68 14,4 | out of the field of the Lord all the errors which like 69 15,1 | shall not be your ruin. The Lord also said; Except you do 70 15,1 | previously to baptism. But the Lord then principally instituted 71 15,1 | meaning of those words of our Lord, condemns the fanciful interpretations 72 15,1 | the faith, whom Christ our Lord has once, by the laver of 73 15,1 | obtained mercy from the Lord. Wherefore falsely do some 74 15,1 | was also instituted by the Lord, and is of divine right 75 15,1 | baptism; because that our Lord Jesus Christ, when about 76 15,1 | has mortally offended his Lord and God: whilst the other 77 15,1 | secret sins cleanse me, O Lord. Now, the very difficulty 78 15,1 | that those words of our Lord, Whatsoever you shall bind 79 15,1 | is never forgiven by the Lord, without the whole punishment 80 15,1 | impending chastisement of the Lord, than that men should, with 81 15,1 | Therefore the priests of the Lord ought, as far as the Spirit 82 15,1 | the satisfaction of our Lord Jesus Christ is either obscured, 83 15,2 | instituted by Christ our Lord, as truly and properly a 84 15,2 | Apostle, and brother of the Lord. Is any man, he saith, sick 85 15,2 | with oil in the name of the Lord: and the prayer of faith 86 15,2 | save the sick man; and the Lord shall raise him up; and 87 15,2 | save the sick man, and the Lord shall raise him up, and 88 15,3 | instituted by Christ our Lord for reconciling the faithful 89 15,3 | that those words of the Lord the Saviour, Receive ye 90 15,4 | instituted by Christ our Lord, and promulgated by the 91 17,1 | reverend and illustrious lord, the Legate Marcellsu Crescenzio, 92 17,1 | restored by our most holy lord, Julius III., for this cause 93 17,2 | mind. But at length the Lord, good and merciful, who 94 17,2 | ensuing most sacred day of the Lord's Resurrection; and We ordain 95 17,2 | exhort and admonish in the Lord, and we do also strictly 96 17,2 | in the year MDLX of the Lord's Incarnation, on the third 97 18,1 | the year MDLXII from our Lord's Nativity, consecrated 98 18,1 | letter of our most holy Lord, the Sovereign Pontiff, 99 19,1 | succour and assistance of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has promised 100 19,1 | Cod, and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ; It invites 101 19,1 | mercy of our same God and Lord, all who hold not communion 102 19,2 | of the Ascension of our Lord, which will be on the fourteenth 103 20,1 | the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the author 104 22,1 | For, although Christ, the Lord, in the last supper, instituted 105 22,1 | by the institution of the Lord, to receive both species. 106 22,1 | species was enjoined by the Lord : for He who said; Except 107 23,1 | order of Melchisedech, our Lord Jesus Christ, who might 108 23,1 | therefore, our God and Lord, though He was about to 109 23,1 | that offer (it); which the Lord foretold by Malachias was 110 23,1 | partakers of the table of the Lord; by the table, meaning in 111 23,1 | fear and reverence. For the Lord, appeased by the oblation 112 23,1 | of the very words of the Lord, the traditions of the apostles, 113 23,1 | believed that Christ the Lord did this, as also because 114 23,1 | sacrifice, especially on the Lord's days and festivals. ~CHAPTER 115 23,3 | churches, at least on the Lord's days and the greater festivals. 116 23,4 | clerics called to have the Lord for their portion, ought 117 23,5 | referred to our most holy lord, as by this present decree 118 24,1 | was instituted by the same Lord our Saviour, and that to 119 24,1 | true body and blood of the Lord, and of forgiving and retaining 120 24,1 | instituted by Christ the Lord; or, that it is a kind of 121 24,2 | and exhorts them in the Lord, that unless their episcopal 122 24,2 | period of the Advent of the Lord, and of Lent, on the days 123 24,2 | of the Nativity, of the Lord's Resurrection, of Pentecost, 124 24,2 | refreshed, and to rejoice in the Lord at the presence of the Shepherd. ~ 125 24,2 | communion, at least on the Lord's days and solemnities. 126 24,2 | celebrate mass at least on the Lord's Days, and on solemn festivals; 127 24,2 | orders; and It exhorts in the Lord all and each of the prelates 128 24,2 | receive the body of our Lord Jesus Christ as the judgment 129 25,1 | and joined together, our Lord taught more plainly, when 130 25,2 | instituted by Christ the Lord; but that it has been invented 131 25,3 | from the Advent of our Lord Jesus Christ until the day 132 25,4 | that in the house of the Lord there be nothing disorderly, 133 25,4 | the whole household of the Lord will totter, if what is 134 25,4 | for the advantage of the Lord's flock, in a most useful 135 25,4 | this the more, for that our Lord Jesus Christ will require 136 25,4 | the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, or at some 137 25,4 | and this at least on all Lord's Days and solemn festivals; 138 25,4 | and of the Advent of the Lord, daily, or at least on three 139 25,4 | care, that, at least on the Lord's Days and other festivals, 140 25,4 | instruct them in the law of the Lord. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~On public 141 25,4 | lately under our most blessed lord Pius IV., touching the diligence 142 25,4 | Session under our most blessed lord, Pius IV., to wit, "which, 143 26,2 | His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who is our alone Redeemer 144 26,8 | most holy advent of our Lord and Saviour, conjures all 145 26,9 | celebrated under our most holy lord, Pius IV., commissioned 146 26,11| for It to admonish in the Lord all princes, as It hereby 147 26,13| CONFIRMATION FROM OUR MOST HOLY LORD. ~Most illustrious lords 148 26,13| as under our most holy lord Pius IV., be requested, 149 26,14| blessed Pius, Pope, and our lord, pontiff of the holy and 150 26,14| Answer of the Fathers. O Lord God, do Thou very long preserve 151 26,14| was begun, peace from the Lord, and eternal glory, and 152 26,14| years. ~Answer. Preserve, O Lord, the pious and Christian 153 26,14| Answer. Many thanks: the Lord reward them. ~The Cardinal. 154 26,15| pontificate of our most holy lord Pius IV., by the providence 155 26,15| petition our said most holy lord as follows: ~Most blessed 156 27 | BULL OF OUR MOST HOLY LORD PIUS IV., BY PROVIDENCE 157 27 | the God, and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father 158 27 | that such agreement was the Lord's doing, and it was very 159 27 | bowels of the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ, We admonish 160 27 | up to the place which the Lord hath chosen; to wit, to 161 27 | Peter's, in the year of the Lord's Incarnation One thousand


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