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1 1 | advantage to the most holy faith of Christ, and of all Christians; 2 1 | Christ,--the truth of whose faith, and whose religion are 3 1 | unhesitating and undoubting faith be given to copies thereof 4 2,1 | exaltation of the Christian faith and religion; for the extirpation 5 3,1 | and see an increase of faith. Furthermore, it exhorts 6 3,1 | with the same confession of faith, glorify God, and the Father 7 4,1 | DECREE TOUCHING THE SYMBOL OF FAITH~In the Name of the Holy 8 4,1 | things taking the shield of faith, wherewith they may be able 9 4,1 | things, a confession of faith is to be set forth; following 10 4,1 | drawn the unbelieving to the faith, overthrown heretics, and 11 4,1 | good, that the Symbol of faith which the holy Roman Church 12 4,1 | wherein all who profess the faith of Christ necessarily agree, 13 5,1 | well those appertaining to faith as to morals, as having 14 5,1 | foundation of the Confession of faith, will proceed, and what 15 5,2 | skill, shall,--in matters of faith, and of morals pertaining 16 6,1 | ORIGINAL SIN ~That our Catholic faith, without which it is impossible 17 6,1 | by reason of this rule of faith, from a tradition of the 18 6,2 | increase of the Catholic faith, and the preservation and 19 7,1 | author and finisher of our faith, taught, which the apostles 20 7,1 | as a propitiator, through faith in his blood, for our sins, 21 7,1 | divine grace, conceiving faith by hearing, they are freely 22 7,1 | seek him; and, Be of good faith, son, thy sins are forgiven 23 7,1 | which is the sacrament of faith, without which (faith) no 24 7,1 | of faith, without which (faith) no man was ever justified; 25 7,1 | gifts) infused at once, faith, hope, and charity. For 26 7,1 | hope, and charity. For faith, unless hope and charity 27 7,1 | is most truly said, that Faith without works is dead and 28 7,1 | nor uncircumcision, but faith which worketh by charity. 29 7,1 | worketh by charity. This faith, Catechumen's beg of the 30 7,1 | Baptism; when they beg for the faith which bestows life everlasting, 31 7,1 | without hope and charity, faith cannot bestow: whence also 32 7,1 | impious is justified by faith, and gratuitously. ~And 33 7,1 | that man is justified by faith and freely, those words 34 7,1 | said to be justified by faith, because faith is the beginning 35 7,1 | justified by faith, because faith is the beginning of human 36 7,1 | precede justification-whether faith or works-merit the grace 37 7,1 | justification are effected by this faith alone: as though whoso has 38 7,1 | know with a certainty of faith, which cannot be subject 39 7,1 | of God and of the Church, faith co-operating with good works, 40 7,1 | is justified, and not by faith only. And this increase 41 7,1 | us, O Lord, increase of faith, hope, and charity." ~CHAPTER 42 7,1 | flatter himself up with faith alone, fancying that by 43 7,1 | alone, fancying that by faith alone he is made an heir, 44 7,1 | grace is lost, but not faith. ~In opposition also to 45 7,1 | infidelity whereby even faith itself is lost, but also 46 7,1 | mortal sin whatever, though faith be not lost; thus defending 47 7,1 | If any one saith, that by faith alone the impious is justified; 48 7,1 | one saith, that justifying faith is nothing else but confidence 49 7,1 | justified; and that, by this faith alone, absolution and justification 50 7,1 | and justified, is bound of faith to believe that he is assuredly 51 7,1 | saith, that nothing besides faith is commanded in the Gospel; 52 7,1 | being lost through sin, faith also is always lost with 53 7,1 | lost with it; or, that the faith which remains, though it 54 7,1 | though it be not a lively faith, is not a true faith; or, 55 7,1 | lively faith, is not a true faith; or, that he, who has faith 56 7,1 | faith; or, that he, who has faith without charity, is not 57 7,1 | which he has lost, but by faith alone without the sacrament 58 7,1 | rather that the truth of our faith, and the glory in fine of 59 8,1 | men obtain of God, through faith alone, the grace of justification;- 60 8,1 | for the sake of nourishing faith alone; let him be anathema. ~ 61 8,1 | justice received through faith, and certain marks of the 62 8,1 | act performed, but that faith alone in the divine promise 63 8,1 | itself, made debtors but to faith alone, and not to the observance 64 8,1 | both derogated from that faith which they have professed, 65 8,1 | sole remembrance and the faith of the baptism which has 66 8,1 | for him who has denied the faith of Christ amongst Infidels, 67 8,1 | that they have not actual faith, are not, after having received 68 8,1 | should be bapized in the faith alone of the Church; let 69 8,1 | gave an account of their faith in the face of the Church; 70 11,2 | as well on the subject of faith as of Reformation, and also 71 11,2 | increase of the Christian faith and of the orthodox religion, 72 12,1 | exaltation of the Christian faith and religion, that the sacred, 73 13 | acknowledgment of His own true faith, to the unity of holy mother 74 14,1 | ancient doctrine touching faith and the sacraments, and 75 14,1 | oversown the doctrine of the faith, in the use and worship 76 14,1 | understanding illuminated by faith, conceive, and we ought 77 14,1 | united by the closest bond of faith, hope, and charity, that 78 14,1 | presented (to them). And this faith has ever been in the Church 79 14,1 | before them, are, by a lively faith which worketh by charity, 80 14,1 | constancy and firmness of faith, with such devotion of soul, 81 14,2 | lf any one saith, that faith alone is a sufficient preparation 82 14,4 | have asked for the public faith from the Synod, that they 83 14,4 | salutary concord of one faith, hope, and charity, (and) 84 14,4 | a public assurance and faith, which they call a safe-conduct, 85 14,5 | general Council, the public faith and full security, which 86 15,1 | of the household of the faith, whom Christ our Lord has 87 15,1 | agitate the conscience, and faith, are the parts of penance. ~ 88 15,1 | confide in his own personal faith, as to think that,--even 89 15,1 | absolved, on account of his faith alone. For neither would 90 15,1 | alone. For neither would faith without penance bestow any 91 15,2 | Lord: and the prayer of faith shall save the sick man; 92 15,2 | words; And the prayer of faith shall save the sick man, 93 15,3 | convinced of sin, and the faith, generated by the gospel, 94 15,3 | penitents is no other than the faith whereby they apprehend that 95 16,1 | It had given the public faith, or a safe-conduct, that 96 16,1 | obstinately opposing the Catholic Faith, but of learning the truth, 97 16,1 | and grants them the public faith,-or a safe-conduct, of the 98 16,2 | wholly concedes the public faith, and the fullest and most 99 16,2 | comprised, in this public faith and safe-conduct. It also 100 16,2 | the benefit of this public faith and assurance might be annulled 101 16,2 | the benefit of this public faith and assurance may be violated, 102 16,2 | It promises and in good faith pledges Itself, shall be 103 16,2 | promises in sincere and good faith, without fraud or deceit, 104 16,2 | in any way of this public faith, and niost full security, 105 17,2 | that, without any doubt, faith be given to copies thereof 106 18,1 | increase and exaltation of the faith, and of the Christian religion, 107 19,1 | INVITING ALL MEN ON THE PUBLIC FAITH TO THE COUNCIL~The sacred 108 19,1 | doctrine of the Catholic faith, which is in many places 109 19,1 | decreed, that the public faith may be granted in a general 110 19,3 | wholly concedes the public faith, and the fullest and most 111 19,3 | comprised, in this public faith and safe-conduct. It also 112 19,3 | the benefit of this public faith and assurance might be annulled 113 19,3 | the benefit of this public faith and assurance may be violated, 114 19,3 | It promises, and in good faith pledges Itself, shall be 115 19,3 | promises in sincere and good faith, without fraud or deceit, 116 19,3 | in any way of this public faith, and most full security, 117 19,4 | therein, grants the public faith, or a safe-conduct, under 118 19,4 | communion with us in matters of faith, of whatsoever kingdoms, 119 22,1 | to have departed from the faith and obedience of the Catholic 120 22,1 | doubted, without injury to faith, that communion under either 121 23,1 | and in every part perfect faith and doctrine touching the 122 23,1 | sincere heart and upright faith, with fear and reverence. 123 23,1 | opposition to this ancient faith, which is based on the sacred 124 23,1 | opposed to this most pure faith and sacred doctrine. ~ 125 24,1 | Christ, using the rule of faith, may, in the midst of the 126 24,2 | taught the rudiments of the faith; and who do not know how 127 24,2 | education, morals, learning, and faith of those who are to be ordained. ~ 128 24,3 | relative to the doctrine of faith as can be expedited, as 129 25,4 | and with the profession of faith made by the individual to 130 25,4 | taught the rudiments of the faith, and obedience towards God 131 25,4 | profession of their orthodox faith in the presence of the bishop 132 26,2 | in mind the articles of faith; as also that great profit 133 26,4 | by whom a profession of faith is to be made. ~The calamitousness 134 26,4 | defence of the Catholic faith. Wherefore the holy Synod 135 26,4 | things which are of Catholic faith, in conformity therewith; 136 26,4 | be the protectors of holy faith and church,--will not only 137 26,11| clear in our statement of faith, nothing so surely settled, 138 26,11| invited, even with the public faith which they desired, and 139 26,14| preservers of the right faith. ~The Cardinal. To the Legates 140 26,14| Trent: let us confess the faith thereof; let us ever keep 141 26,14| subscribe. This is the faith of blessed Peter, and of 142 26,14| the apostles: this is the faith of the Fathers: This is 143 26,14| the Fathers: This is the faith of the Orthodox. ~Answer. 144 26,14| agrees with the original: in faith whereof we have subscribed: ~ 145 27 | that, without any doubt, faith be given to copies thereof


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