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Council of Trent

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1 1 | when we found them, at that time, not averse from so holy 2 1 | But, as too much of the time appointed had already passed 3 1 | another prorogation, the time for opening the Council, 4 1 | advanced age. Meanwhile, as the time fixed for the Council,-- 5 1 | precision. We, in the mean time, applied ourselves to that 6 1 | for that it was at that time, necessary for them to return 7 1 | another prorogation of the time for opening the council. 8 1 | circumstances, be held at that time, we accorded to the said 9 1 | the said princes, that the time for celebrating the council 10 1 | of the shortness of the time, be completed at Nice,-- 11 1 | further prorogation of the time; and the most serene emperor 12 1 | forward to that more suitable time, and to that conclusion 13 1 | watching for that hidden time, for the time of thy good 14 1 | that hidden time, for the time of thy good pleasure, 0 15 1 | the conclusion, that every time is well pleasing unto God 16 1 | regard that there should be time both for publishing this 17 1 | that of others, both in time and eternity. But if, which 18 1 | the Lateran Church, at the time when the multitude of the 19 1 | where it shall for some time hang exposed to be read 20 3,1 | prayers; and during the time that the sacred services 21 5,2 | intended) to be at any time published. Contraveners 22 7,1 | Whereas there is, at this time, not without the shipwreck 23 7,1 | that blessed fulness of the time was come, sent unto men, 24 7,1 | the Law, and during the time of the Law, to many of the 25 7,1 | you shall not sin at any time. From which it is plain, 26 7,1 | obtained also in its (due) time, if so be, however, that 27 7,2 | are to be found at this time, who-as is grievously to 28 8,1 | one, in a given manner and time. ~No one, by whatsoever 29 8,1 | and to hold at the same time several Metropolitan, or 30 8,1 | or to retain at the same time several cures, or otherwise 31 8,1 | have a prescription from time immemorial, commission of 32 8,1 | consecration within the time prescribed by law, and any 33 8,1 | who is not straitened (for time), by occasion of some ecclesistical 34 8,1 | have a prescription from time immemorial, unless they 35 8,3 | certain other reasons at that time also named, suspended, upon 36 8,3 | more opportune and suitable time to be declared by us: being 37 8,3 | unable, from being at that time lawfully hindered, to repair 38 9,1 | Council be transferred for a time to the city of Bologna, 39 11,1 | was hoped would in a short time be present; wishing, however, 40 11,2 | religion, which for a long time have prevailed in Germany 41 11,2 | Sovereign Pontiff for the time, it appertains to indict 42 11,2 | care, that, at the same time, in the said city, there 43 14,4 | November; and that at the same time, in both Sessions, the matter 44 15,1 | sacrament, condemns at the same time the opinions of those who 45 15,1 | sacred and most acceptable time of Lent,--a custom which 46 15,2 | our souls; yet is there no time wherein he strains more 47 15,2 | this Sacrament, and on the time when it ought to be administered. ~ 48 15,5 | promote during a certain time such as come unto them, 49 15,5 | bishop may suspend, for the time that shall seem to him fit, 50 15,5 | bishop, even out of the time of visitation.~All prelates 51 16,1 | they may have sufficient time and leisure, not only to 52 16,2 | may be present here at the time, may on their part justly 53 16,2 | both from and during the time that they shall have been 54 17,1 | further progress at that time; and so far was the holy 55 17,1 | no longer wear away their time in unemployment, useless 56 17,2 | Trent. Then, after that the time of Its celebration had been, 57 17,2 | city of Trent, at which time certain other decrees were 58 17,2 | the Lateran Church, at the time when the people is wont 59 17,2 | where it shall for some time be left to be read by and 60 19,1 | of books, and also in due time report thereon to this holy 61 19,3 | may be present here at the time, may on their part justly 62 19,3 | both from and during the time that they shall have been 63 22,1 | unfrequent, yet, in progress of time, that custom having been 64 22,1 | some places, it, at one time, observed that custom; for 65 22,1 | reserves the same to another time,--for the earliest opportunity 66 22,2 | the Apostolic See--at the time of the very first deduction 67 22,2 | Vicars shall be, for the time being, deputed with a portion 68 22,2 | coadjutors, or vicars for the time being, and assign the same 69 22,2 | may, through the injury of time, cease to be so employed, 70 22,2 | with a prescription from time immemorial, letters conservatory, 71 23,1 | many errors are at this time disseminated and many things 72 23,4 | in this case, during the time that he shall reside and 73 23,4 | them, altogether or for a time, to exercise that office, 74 23,5 | Session, reserved unto another time, for an opportunity that 75 24,1 | CONDEMNATION OF THE ERRORS OF OUR TIME. ~CHAPTER I. ~On the institution 76 24,2 | fruits, in proportion to the time of his absence, and that 77 24,2 | abolished through the injury of time, the forgetfulness of men, 78 24,2 | celebrated publicly, at the time appointed by law, and in 79 24,2 | appointed interstices of time, unless the bishop shall 80 24,2 | which have been for some time interrupted in very many 81 25,2 | several wives at the same time, and that this is not prohibited 82 25,4 | circumstances of the present time,-exhorts and admonishes 83 25,4 | looked into in the mean time,-unless the most blessed 84 25,4 | some other more convenient time, according to the custom 85 25,4 | the faithful, according as time, place and opportunity shall 86 25,4 | theirs, only during the time necessary for the visitation, 87 25,4 | ordains, that if at any time it be thought proper, for 88 25,4 | been exercised for some time in the clerical order, is 89 25,4 | to that order, within the time prescribed by law and by 90 25,4 | province. But, in the mean time, the bishop, assisted by 91 25,4 | have been made from that time forth to the present; notwithstanding 92 25,4 | several benefices at the same time; the holy Synod, desiring 93 25,4 | conscience, after the said time. But the holy Synod desires 94 25,4 | public notice. When the time appointed has transpired, 95 25,4 | incapable of any others for the time to come. And in regard of 96 25,4 | already deputed for the time being to the vacant church, 97 25,4 | years at the latest from the time that the suit was instituted: 98 25,5 | seem advisable, and the time will allow thereof, certain 99 26,3 | superfluous, but at the same time nothing shall be refused 100 26,3 | prior, shall be from that time forth incapable of holding 101 26,3 | others be granted for the time to come, they shall be regarded 102 26,3 | own Superior, within such time as the bishop shall appoint; 103 26,3 | under probation from the time of taking the habit. And 104 26,3 | food and clothing, for the time that they are under probation; 105 26,3 | be in ignorance as to the time of profession, the Superioress 106 26,3 | omit anything which may in time be used in wholesomely providing 107 26,4 | they did not at the same time shine so pre-eminent in 108 26,4 | Pontiff; and at the same time publicly express their detestation 109 26,4 | place, the person, or the time, he shall himself judge 110 26,4 | whatsoever. But if at any time the urgent necessity, or 111 26,4 | the most useful for that time and place, as shall seem 112 26,4 | exemption, and custom, even from time immemorial, to the contrary, 113 26,4 | presentations during a period of time so remote that it exceeds 114 26,4 | shall the proof derived from time immemorial be otherwise 115 26,4 | be found, at this present time, to hold benefices in the 116 26,4 | resignations which shall from this time forth be made by fathers 117 26,4 | been in this state from time immemorial, if a suitable 118 26,4 | exactly observed: if, at any time, a dispensation is to be 119 26,11| errors of the heretics of our time, and to deliver and teach 120 26,11| be absent for so long a time without great loss to the 121 26,15| happy memory, as during the time of our pontificate; and 122 27 | ecclesiastical discipline, to procure time peace and concord of the 123 27 | Council had been, a long time previously, indicted by 124 27 | was, therefore, for a long time interrupted, not without 125 27 | Its decrees, passed in our time and that of our predecessors; 126 27 | the Lateran church, at the time when the people is wont 127 27 | and be there left for some time, to be read by and to come


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