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Council of Trent

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1 1 | necessitated to find another place, and to make choice of some 2 1 | opinion, would be a suitable place wherein to hold the council: 3 1 | access, and a safe and free place of residence for all. But, 4 1 | in our choice of a fresh place for holding the council, 5 1 | November: fixing upon that place as a convenient one whereat 6 1 | expire before changing the place of the council,--as by certain 7 1 | in the city of Trent, a place commodious, free, and convenient 8 1 | Chancery, and to the usual place in the Campo di Fiore, where 9 3,1 | sitting together in the place of benediction, no one-- 10 6,2 | of by the bishop of the place, as to his life, conversation, 11 6,2 | law, or the custom of the place, even though the said preacher 12 7,1 | certainty; though all ought to place and repose a most firm hope 13 7,2 | church and to the poor of the place. And if he continue absent 14 7,2 | corrected by the Ordinary of the place. ~The prelates of the churches 15 7,2 | by the Ordinary of the place, as being delegated hereunto 16 7,2 | permission of the Ordinary of the place, and in regard to those 17 8,1 | grace on those who do not place an obstacle thereunto; as 18 8,1 | before the Ordinary of the place, those persons being summoned 19 8,3 | in a convenient and fit place. Wherefore, whereas We lately, 20 8,3 | incommodiousness of the place, or otherwise in any other 21 9,1 | city of Bologna, as being a place better provided, more healthy, 22 9,1 | to this, or to some other place, taking council also thereupon 23 10,1 | city of Trent, in the usual place, all the formalities being 24 10,1 | did transfer it, from that place to this city, and likewise 25 14,1 | Eucharist. ~In the first place, the holy Synod teaches, 26 14,3 | episcopal dignity-to wander from place to place, (the Synod) hath 27 14,3 | dignity-to wander from place to place, (the Synod) hath thus ordained 28 15,1 | Contrition, which holds the first place amongst the aforesaid acts 29 15,2 | to be understood, in that place, not the elders by age, 30 15,5 | permission of the ordinary of the place, and then only in regard 31 15,5 | an episcopal chair in a place which is not of any diocese, 32 15,5 | may reside, or tarry in a place within no diocese, even 33 15,5 | committed to the Ordinary of the place, or, if there be a cause 34 15,5 | college, or even to a pious place, of another diocese, not 35 15,5 | the ordinary bishop of the place, to whom the providing for, 36 16,2 | upon the road, or in any place during their progress, their 37 16,2 | help, from Trent to that place of safety which each may 38 17,2 | Chancery, and to the usual place in the Campo di Fiore, where 39 19,3 | upon the road, or in any place during their progress, their 40 19,3 | help, from Trent to that place of safety which each may 41 22,1 | com-munion of infants, be in this place set forth. Wherefore It 42 23,1 | was to be offered in every place, clean to his name, which 43 23,1 | Synod notices, in the next place, that it has been enjoined 44 23,1 | churches, being in each place retained; and, that the 45 23,3 | filthy lucre. ~In the next place, that irreverence may be 46 23,4 | or to some other pious place, at the discretion of the 47 23,4 | or some regulation of the place, their account has to be 48 24,1 | who have succeeded to the place of the apostles, principally 49 24,2 | churches, or to the poor of the place; every kind of agreement, 50 24,2 | consecration is to take place. ~Those who,--under whatsoever 51 24,2 | celebrated in some other place of the diocese, in the presence 52 24,2 | presence of the clergy of the place; the principal church being 53 24,2 | to that church, or pious place, for the need, or utility 54 24,2 | And if he shall quit that place without consulting the bishop, 55 24,2 | four minor orders, their place may be supplied by married 56 24,2 | or in some other suitable place. Into this college shall 57 24,2 | instructed; and shall supply the place of those who have been withdrawn, 58 24,2 | and other churches of the place. ~All which, and other things 59 24,2 | contrary. ~The bishop of the place shall, by ecclesiastical 60 25,2 | causes, a separation may take place between husband and wife, 61 25,3 | the day on which, and the place where, the marriage was 62 25,3 | being in a safe and free place, shall consent to have him 63 25,4 | shall be prescribed for each place and province a proper form 64 25,4 | faithful, according as time, place and opportunity shall allow. 65 25,4 | considering the character of the place; and, whilst hearing confessions 66 25,4 | the prelate of the said place has once for all selected 67 25,4 | as the character of the place may require. They shall 68 25,4 | to the character of the place, and of the persons, it 69 25,4 | proceedings that have taken place before the bishop, having 70 25,4 | it be the custom of the place to act otherwise, to wit, 71 25,4 | appellant and the poor of the place. But if the judge also should 72 26,2 | that no one be allowed to place, or cause to be placed, 73 26,2 | any unusual image, in any place, or church, howsoever exempted, 74 26,3 | of his Superior, either place himself at the service of 75 26,3 | of any other pious work, place himself at the service of 76 26,3 | of any other person, or place, whatsoever, without permission 77 26,3 | election that is to take place; nor to supply the place 78 26,3 | place; nor to supply the place of the voices and suffrages 79 26,3 | as at those which take place in burying the dead, or 80 26,3 | shall, each in his own place and order, visit officially 81 26,3 | It trusts in the first place, that the most holy Roman 82 26,4 | considering the circumstances, the place, the person, or the time, 83 26,4 | particulars subjoined shall have place: to wit, that the Chapter 84 26,4 | in custody in a suitable place, according to the quality 85 26,4 | the first seat, and the place which they shall themselves 86 26,4 | or of others; and in the place where the said hospitals 87 26,4 | useful for that time and place, as shall seem to be the 88 26,4 | be substituted in their place, by those to whom this may 89 26,4 | interim, the Ordinary of the place, with the advice of the 90 26,4 | or to some other pious place, at the discretion of the 91 26,4 | most unworthily give them place; but even serve them in 92 26,4 | entitled, who shall grant a place within their territories 93 26,4 | over any city, castle, or place, in or at which they have 94 26,4 | permitted the duel to take place, which they hold of the 95 26,10| ON THE PLACE OF AMBASSADORS.~The holy 96 26,10| Synod declares, that, by the place assigned to ambassadors, 97 27 | decision, let him Go up to the place which the Lord hath chosen; 98 27 | Chancery, and to the usual place in the Campo di Fiore; and


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