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Council of Trent

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aforesaid

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1 1 | and affixed, the letter aforesaid shall oblige and bind, after 2 5,1 | deliberately contemn the traditions aforesaid; let him be anathema. Let 3 6,2 | bishops, and the others aforesaid, be hindered by any lawful 4 6,2 | negligent in the matters aforesaid, let them be compelled thereto 5 8,1 | opposition to the (regulations) aforesaid. ~CHAPTER XV. ~Ordinaries 6 8,3 | with the advice and consent aforesaid, for the city of Trent, 7 8,3 | with the advice and consent aforesaid, by the tenor of these presents 8 8,3 | you shall see cause, the aforesaid Council from the city of 9 8,3 | Council in the other city as aforesaid unto which it shall have 10 8,3 | name and by the authority aforesaid, and to perform, regulate, 11 8,3 | ordained, in the matters aforesaid, and will, with God's help, 12 10,1 | expediting of the matters aforesaid; which day It has deemed, 13 11,1 | for the expediting of the aforesaid and other matters; yet so, 14 11,2 | expressed in his letters aforesaid, which, with all and each 15 15,1 | first place amongst the aforesaid acts of the penitent, is 16 16,1 | and promulgate the matters aforesaid,--till the festival of St. 17 16,2 | shall be treated of in the aforesaid Council of Trent, according 18 16,2 | above-named;--derogating from the aforesaid in this regard and for this 19 17,1 | the lawful impediments aforesaid shall not have been removed 20 17,2 | Council, to meet, by the aforesaid day, there to celebrate 21 19,3 | shall be treated of, in the aforesaid Council of Trent, according 22 19,3 | above-named;--derogating from the aforesaid in this regard and for this 23 22,2 | parishioners, to provide for the aforesaid repairs; setting aside every 24 23,3 | establish, not only the things aforesaid, but also whatsoever else 25 23,4 | information, or testimony, aforesaid is to be derived shall be 26 23,4 | canons. But if any of the aforesaid dignitaries has, neither 27 23,4 | to exercise in person the aforesaid orders on the appointed 28 23,4 | before the alterations aforesaid are carried into execution, 29 23,4 | designated, even though the aforesaid institutions be under the 30 23,4 | them (in any of the ways aforesaid) from being received by 31 23,4 | shall, besides the penalties aforesaid, be thereupon deprived of 32 24,2 | prohibited, whereby the aforesaid fruits even might be wholly, 33 24,2 | needs be admitted to the aforesaid orders, but those only who 34 24,2 | advantageously trained in the aforesaid ecclesiastical discipline, 35 24,2 | the bishop; the bishops as aforesaid, with the advice of two 36 24,2 | comply with all the matters aforesaid, and of the provincial Synod 37 24,2 | shall depute one. And the aforesaid masters shall teach those 38 25,3 | expedient, that the publications aforesaid be dispensed with, which 39 25,3 | number of witnesses (than as aforesaid); as also the witnesses 40 25,3 | that permission to give the aforesaid benediction cannot be granted 41 25,3 | ceremonies, besides the aforesaid, the holy Synod earnestly 42 25,4 | men on the subject of the aforesaid qualifications, the holy 43 25,4 | issue, all and each of the aforesaid, to whom the right of visitation 44 25,4 | or to furnish the food as aforesaid; saving also the right of 45 25,4 | in actual service in the aforesaid places, or in military orders, 46 25,4 | otherwise all those promoted as aforesaid shall not render the fruits 47 25,4 | meantime, until the things aforesaid are carried into effect, 48 25,4 | whether for the causes aforesaid, or for others, parish churches 49 25,4 | notwithstanding: nor shall the aforesaid unions or suppressions be 50 25,4 | hereto, the appointment aforesaid shall devolve on the metropolitan. 51 25,4 | even though the officers aforesaid, having given in their accounts, 52 25,4 | shall select, out of the six aforesaid, the same, or three others, 53 25,4 | who have been examined as aforesaid, and have been approved 54 25,4 | suspend the report of the aforesaid examiners from being carried 55 25,4 | impede bishops in the causes aforesaid, or in any wise to take 56 25,4 | grievance, or have recourse, as aforesaid, to a judge, on account 57 25,4 | appellant within the term aforesaid, he shall be subjected to 58 25,4 | notwithstanding, as regards all the aforesaid matters, any privileges, 59 26,3 | Observants: and if any of the aforesaid places, to which it has 60 26,3 | restored unto them. But, in the aforesaid monasteries amid houses, 61 26,3 | to be without the order aforesaid in writing, shall be punished 62 26,3 | strictly enjoins, that all the aforesaid ought to be chosen by secret 63 26,3 | establishing the congregations aforesaid, and touching the statutes 64 26,3 | metropolitan, in whose province the aforesaid monasteries are situated, 65 26,3 | whose dioceses the places aforesaid are situated, as the delegates 66 26,3 | the other Superiors of the aforesaid orders, who are not subject 67 26,3 | monasteries of the orders aforesaid shall be bound to receive 68 26,3 | providing against the evils aforesaid, It trusts in the first 69 26,3 | resign; otherwise the places aforesaid held in commendam shall 70 26,3 | regards all and singular the aforesaid matters, the holy Synod 71 26,3 | and singular the things aforesaid be put in execution as soon 72 26,3 | in execution the matters aforesaid, and if there be anything 73 26,3 | authority in support of the aforesaid bishops, abbots, generals, 74 26,4 | should any one of all the aforesaid refuse, which God forbid, 75 26,4 | reformation in the universities aforesaid, they shall be reformed 76 26,4 | and reformed in the manner aforesaid, and as shall seem to him 77 26,4 | who are concerned in the aforesaid obligations. The holy Synod, 78 26,4 | churches, in those churches aforesaid which they shall find stand 79 26,4 | notwithstanding, as regards the things aforesaid, any privileges accruing 80 26,4 | and singular the persons aforesaid, of whatsoever order, and 81 26,4 | belong. And the persons aforesaid shall, this notwithstanding, 82 26,4 | ipso jure deprived of the aforesaid right itself of patronage. 83 26,4 | that the free benefices aforesaid are made to be of the same 84 26,4 | Ordinaries, as delegates as aforesaid; and they shall not be hindered 85 26,4 | be applied to the places aforesaid, but they shall also be 86 26,4 | addition to the penalties aforesaid, be smitten with the sword 87 26,4 | suspend the execution of the aforesaid; and the cognizance of all 88 26,4 | dispensation in regard of the aforesaid shall be accounted surreptitious. 89 26,15| made to us, by the Legates aforesaid, in the name of the oecumenical 90 27 | and assent of our brethren aforesaid, have this day, in our secret


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