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    Document,  Part
1 1 | with success. Wherefore, having been, as we have said, called 2 1 | holding a general council; and having consulted the opinions of 3 1 | third of our pontificate; having an almost assured hope that, 4 1 | of November precluded our having the opportunity of making 5 1 | next calends of May. This having been firmly resolved upon 6 1 | cannot reproach us with having either neglected, or not 7 1 | upon; under favour of which having our hopes, that both the 8 1 | summon the absent. They having excused themselves upon 9 1 | necessary suspension, then, having been made by us, whilst 10 1 | towards each other; and, having reached Belgium, thence 11 1 | holy Roman Church; after having removed and annulled, as 12 1 | public notaries; and, after having been read, be affixed to 13 5,1 | to faith as to morals, as having been dictated, either by 14 5,1 | manner, the said Synod, after having laid the foundation of the 15 5,2 | manuscript, without their having been first examined, and 16 6,2 | public or in private, without having been previously examined 17 6,2 | them. Wherefore, if, after having been admonished by the bishop, 18 7,1 | Justification received. ~Having, therefore, been thus justified, 19 7,2 | infancy to their riper years, having been laudably passed in 20 8,1 | actual faith, are not, after having received baptism, to be 21 8,1 | surreptitiously obtained, which having been granted within the 22 8,1 | functions for him, and after having undergone a previous careful 23 13 | Apostolic See presiding therein,-having, in ./. the Session last 24 14,3 | no means proceed, without having seen them, to the absolution 25 14,4 | importance of the matters, having been held, and the sentiments 26 14,4 | most eminent theologians having been ascertained; has likewise 27 15,1 | definition, wherein, all errors having been, under the protection 28 15,1 | another those who, after having been freed from the servitude 29 15,1 | of the devil, and after having received the gift of the 30 15,1 | all our sufficiency is; having also thereby a most sure 31 15,2 | if the sick should, after having received this unction, recover, 32 15,3 | damnation which he has incurred, having therewith the purpose of 33 15,5 | districts of unbelievers), having neither clergy nor Christian 34 15,5 | being in a manner wanderers, having no fixed see, and seeking 35 15,5 | may be pleaded as his from having been ceded to him. In civil 36 15,5 | ecclesiastical; if, after having been admonished by their 37 15,5 | benefices; and also, if, after having been once rebuked, they 38 15,5 | able to dispense, without having taking cognizance of the 39 16,2 | audience, and twenty days having expired after they have 40 17,1 | the holy Aposotlic See, having been given to this decree. 41 17,2 | Julius, his successor; but, having been often hindered and 42 17,2 | conclusion. For Paul, after having indicted it first for the 43 17,2 | at length, the suspension having been removed, It was begun, 44 17,2 | the holy Roman Church, and having also acquainted with this 45 19,3 | audience, and twenty days having expired after they have 46 22,1 | very sacrament; when, after having ordained certain things 47 22,1 | progress of time, that custom having been already very widely 48 22,1 | Eucharist: forasmuch as, having been regenerated by th by 49 22,2 | convenience of his churches; after having also first seen carefully 50 22,2 | scandalously, they shall, after having first admo-nished them, 51 22,2 | they shall judge fit, after having summoned those who are interested 52 22,2 | their duty. And if, after having been admonished, they shall 53 23,1 | understood and taught. For, having celebrated the ancient Passover, 54 24,2 | ecclesiastical benefice having cure of souls; in such wise, 55 24,2 | weighty cause; and if, after having been cited, even though 56 24,2 | the Church. The bishop, having divided these youths into 57 25,1 | rehearsing those last words as having been uttered by God, He 58 25,2 | guilty of adultery, who, having put away the adulteress, 59 25,2 | wife, as also she, who, having put away the adulterer, 60 25,3 | state of damnation, when, having left their former wife, 61 25,3 | the parish priest, after having interrogated the man and 62 25,3 | difficulty her bounty. But if, having observed those solemnities, 63 25,3 | persons who are vagrants, having no settled homes; and, being 64 25,3 | a careful inquiry, and, having reported the circumstance 65 25,3 | condition they may be, if, after having been three times admonished 66 25,3 | concubinaries, if, after having been three times admonished, 67 25,4 | said Sovereign Pontiff, having a full knowledge of the 68 25,4 | Metropolitans, however, even after having made a complete visitation 69 25,4 | twenty-fifth year of his age, and, having been exercised for some 70 25,4 | any benefices whatsoever having cure of souls, shall, within 71 25,4 | fixed form on each Head, having regard to the utility and 72 25,4 | the provincial Council, having summoned those whose interests 73 25,4 | committed to their charge, having divided the people into 74 25,4 | delegate of the Apostolic See, having power to take cognizance 75 25,4 | the officers aforesaid, having given in their accounts, 76 25,4 | on account of two years having elapsed, he shall be bound 77 25,4 | place before the bishop, having given, however, notice thereof 78 26,2 | these matters, shall, after having taken the advice of theologians, 79 26,2 | be resolved on, without having first consulted the most 80 26,3 | Regular, not even by way of having the interest, or the use, 81 26,3 | praiseworthy manner, after having made her profession. But 82 26,3 | the said bishop, and after having been previously examined 83 26,3 | Profession. ~The holy Synod, having in view the freedom of the 84 26,4 | in force,--shall, after having been admonished be the Ordinary, 85 26,4 | themselves, be regarded as having been obtained surreptitiously; 86 26,4 | those augmentations, which, having been made within the last 87 26,4 | incumbents thereof, and after having restored to the patrons 88 26,4 | those to be invalid, which, having been made within the last 89 26,4 | the Apostolic See. And if, having been thus suspended, they 90 26,4 | dispensation. But if, after having once put them away, they 91 26,4 | in church and out of it, having before their eyes their 92 26,7 | provincial Synod; that, after having been reviewed by the opinions 93 26,13| the holy Synod said: After having given thanks to God, most 94 26,15| hearing which, his Holiness, having looked at and read the tenour 95 26,15| of the said decree, and having takein the advice of the 96 26,15| brethren the cardinals, having previously had a mature 97 27 | holding several Sessions. Having been, by his successor, 98 27 | that remedy. But we, upon having entered upon the government 99 27 | Church, and, above all, having invoked the assistance of 100 27 | our court; and that, after having been read, it be affixed


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