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Council of Trent

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1 1 | assuredly hanging over our sins,--Rhodes had been lost; 2 1 | though, by reason of our sins, a true and lasting peace 3 3,1| themselves of their evils and sins heretofore committed, and 4 4,1| baptism for the remission of sins; and I look for the resurrection 5 6,1| him who taketh away the sins of the world; and that other; 6 6,1| indeed for the remission of sins, but that they derive nothing 7 6,1| baptism, for the remission of sins, is understood to be not 8 6,1| baptized for the remission of sins, that in them that may be 9 7,1| faith in his blood, for our sins, and not for our sins only, 10 7,1| our sins, and not for our sins only, but also for those 11 7,1| redemption, and remission of sins. ~CHAPTER IV. ~A description 12 7,1| called; that so they, who by sins were alienated from God, 13 7,1| therefore moved against sins by a certain hatred and 14 7,1| of good faith, son, thy sins are forgiven thee; and, 15 7,1| for the remission of your sins, and you shall receive the 16 7,1| which is not remission of sins merely, but also the sanctification 17 7,1| together with the remission of sins, all these (gifts) infused 18 7,1| necessary to believe that sins neither are remitted, nor 19 7,1| it not to be said, that sins are forgiven, or have been 20 7,1| of the remission of his sins, and rests on that alone; 21 7,1| no one is absolved from sins and justified, but he that 22 7,1| at least light and daily sins, which are also called venial, 23 7,1| being already freed from sins, but made servants of God, 24 7,1| assert that the just man sins, venially at least, in every 25 7,1| behalf of those who fall into sins after baptism, Christ Jesus 26 7,1| ye the Holy Ghost, whose sins you shall forgive, they 27 7,1| forgiven them, and whose sins you shall retain, they are 28 7,1| not only a cessation from sins, and a detestation thereof, 29 7,1| sacramental confession of the said sins,-at least in desire, and 30 7,1| others who commit deadly sins; from which, with the help 31 7,1| they be done, are truly sins, or merit the hatred of 32 7,1| the more grievously he sins: let him be anathema. ~CANON 33 7,1| whereby, by grieving for our sins, we flee unto the mercy 34 7,1| by the sole remission of sins, to the exclusion of the 35 7,1| divine mercy which remits sins for Christ's sake; or, that 36 7,1| obtaining the remission of sins, that he believe for certain, 37 7,1| and disposition, that his sins are forgiven him; let him 38 7,1| truly absolved from his sins and justified, because that 39 7,1| therefore he that falls and sins was never truly justified; 40 7,1| whole life, to avoid all sins, even those that are venial,- 41 7,1| every good work, the just sins venially at least, or-which 42 7,1| saith, that the justified sins when he performs good works 43 8,1| which has been received, all sins committed after baptism 44 14,1| be preserved from mortal sins. He would, furthermore, 45 14,2| Eucharist is the remission of sins, or, that other effects 46 15,1| instituted for the remission of sins But because God, rich in 47 15,1| ye the Holy Ghost, whose sins you shall forgive, they 48 15,1| forgiven them, and whose sins you shall retain, they are 49 15,1| forgiving and retaining sins was communicated to the 50 15,1| they should, from their sins committed, flee thereunto. 51 15,1| entire remission of all sins: unto which newness and 52 15,1| and perfect remission of sins, are for this reason called 53 15,1| obtaining the pardon of sins; and, in one who has fallen 54 15,1| prepares for the remissions of sins, when it is united with 55 15,1| exceeding detestation of sins. The Synod teaches moreover, 56 15,1| the entire confession of sins was also instituted by the 57 15,1| forgiveness or retention of sins. For it is manifest, that 58 15,1| should have declared their sins in general only, and not 59 15,1| gathered that all the mortal sins, of which, after a diligent 60 15,1| confession, even though those sins be most hidden, and committed 61 15,1| precepts of the decalogue,--sins which sometimes wound the 62 15,1| committed outwardly. For venial sins, whereby we are not excluded 63 15,1| But, whereas all mortal sins, even those of thought, 64 15,1| careful to confess all the sins which occur to their memory, 65 15,1| knowingly keep back certain sins, such set nothing before 66 15,1| that, without them, the sins themselves are neither entirely 67 15,1| conscience, he confess those sins by which he shall remember 68 15,1| and God: whilst the other sins, which do not occur to him 69 15,1| same confession; for which sins we confidently say with 70 15,1| prophet; From my secret sins cleanse me, O Lord. Now, 71 15,1| shame of making known one's sins, might indeed seem a grievous 72 15,1| may,--in punishment of his sins, and for his own humi liation, 73 15,1| scandalized,--confess his sins publicly, nevertheless this 74 15,1| enjoin by any human law, that sins, especially such as are 75 15,1| also in heaven, and, Whose sins you shall forgive, they 76 15,1| forgiven the m, and whose sins you shall retain, they are 77 15,1| has the power of forgiving sins,-public sins to wit by rebuke, 78 15,1| of forgiving sins,-public sins to wit by rebuke, provided 79 15,1| shall acquiesce, and secret sins by a voluntary confession 80 15,1| the office of forgiving sins, as the ministers of Christ; 81 15,1| Gospel, or of declaring that sins are forgiven, but is after 82 15,1| bestow any remission of sins; nor would he be otherwise 83 15,1| whatsoever from every kind of sins and censures whatever: and 84 15,1| the divine clemency, that sins be not in such wise pardoned 85 15,1| occasion therefrom, thinking sins less grievous, we, offering 86 15,1| fall into more grievous sins, treasuring up wrath against 87 15,1| satisfaction, suffer for our sins, we are made conformable 88 15,1| Christ, who satisfied for our sins, from whom all our sufficiency 89 15,1| which we discharge for our sins, so our own, as not to be 90 15,1| if haply they connive at sins, and deal too indulgently 91 15,1| partakers of other men 's sins. But let them have in view, 92 15,1| avenging and punishing of past sins. For the ancient Fathers 93 15,2| him up; and if he be in sins, they shall be forgiven 94 15,2| him up, and if he be in sins they shall be forgiven him. 95 15,2| anointing cleanses away sins, if there be any still to 96 15,2| as also the remains of sins; and raises up and strengthens 97 15,3| ye the Holy Ghost, whose sins you shall forgive, they 98 15,3| forgiven them, and whose sins you shall retain, they are 99 15,3| forgiving and of retaining sins in the Sacrament of penance, 100 15,3| and perfect remission of sins, there are required three 101 15,3| whereby one believes that his sins are forgiven him through 102 15,3| collection, and detestation of sins,--whereby one thinks over 103 15,3| multitude, the filthiness of his sins, the loss of eternal blessedness, 104 15,3| right, for the remission of sins, to confess all and singular 105 15,3| and singular the mortal sins which after due and diligent 106 15,3| remembered, even those (mortal sins) which are secret, and those 107 15,3| strive to confess all their sins, wish to leave nothing to 108 15,3| lawful to confess venial sins ; let him be anathema. ~ 109 15,3| that the confession of all sins, such as it is observed 110 15,3| pronouncing and declaring sins to be forgiven to him who 111 15,3| also in heaven; and, whose sins you shall forgive, they 112 15,3| forgiven them; and whose sins you shall retain, they are 113 15,3| is able to absolve from sins, to wit, from public sins 114 15,3| sins, to wit, from public sins by reproof only, provided 115 15,3| thereto, and from secret sins by a voluntary confession; 116 15,3| saith, that satisfaction for sins, as to their temporal punishment, 117 15,3| which enitents redeem their sins through Jesus Christ, are 118 23,1| to the remission of those sins which we daily commit,-- 119 23,1| even heinous crimes and sins. For the victim is one and 120 23,1| Wherefore, not only for the sins, punishments, satisfactions, 121 23,2| living and the dead for sins, pains, satisfactions, and 122 24,1| forgiving and of retaining sins. ~CHAPTER II. ~On the Seven 123 24,1| forgiving and retaining sins; but only an office and 124 24,2| power of absolving from sins; nevertheless, the holy 125 24,2| that they confess their sins at least once a month; and 126 25,3| into account the grievous sins which arise from the said 127 25,3| marriages, and especially the sins of those parties who live 128 25,3| carefully confess their sins, and approach devoutly to 129 25,4| becoming partakers in others' sins, unless they carefully endeavour 130 26,3| constitutions, to confess their sins, and to receive the most 131 26,3| inflicted on a Regular who sins publicly. ~A Regular who,

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