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1 1 | the evils wherewith the Christian commonweal had been long 2 1 | in order to maintain the Christian religion in its integrity, 3 1 | things; the unity of the Christian name was rent and well-nigh 4 1 | extremest perils of the Christian commonweal, had recourse 5 1 | cease to consult with the Christian princes, and to exhort them 6 1 | of Christendom, that the Christian princes should be united 7 1 | Romans, and Francis, the most Christian king, the two main supports 8 1 | supports and stays of the Christian name, to meet together for 9 1 | and forces to succour the Christian commonweal, which was now 10 1 | useful and salutary to the Christian commonweal. It was, indeed, 11 1 | immediate safety to the Christian commonweal; the affairs 12 1 | harmonious terms with the most Christian king, and with great show 13 1 | council; and whereas neither Christian and Catholic truth, nor 14 1 | thereby be restored to the Christian people, and to the Christian 15 1 | Christian people, and to the Christian religion its integrity; 16 1 | wishes and favour of the Christian princes. And whilst looking 17 1 | things, and such as relate to Christian piety. Wherefore, upon beholding 18 1 | God, and the good of the Christian commonweal. Accordingly, 19 1 | our decree throughout the Christian nations, and for allowing 20 1 | applying some remedy to the Christian commonwealth, suffering 21 1 | the welfare of the whole Christian people; requiring, exhorting, 22 1 | aforenamed emperor, and the most Christian king, as also the other 23 1 | if they would have the Christian commonweal safe, if they 24 1 | integrity and truth of the Christian religion; the restoration 25 1 | unity, and concord both of Christian princes and peoples; and 26 2,1 | increase and exaltation of the Christian faith and religion; for 27 2,1 | reformation of the Clergy and Christian people; for the depression 28 2,1 | extinction of the enemies of the Christian name,--to decree and declare 29 3,1 | private for peace between Christian princes, and for the unity 30 5,2 | pertaining to the edification of Christian doctrine, --wresting the 31 6,1 | integrity, and that the Christian people may not be carried 32 6,2 | no less necessary to the Christian commonwealth than the reading 33 7,1 | when receiving true and Christian justice, they are bidden, 34 7,1 | that the penitence of a Christian, after his fall, is very 35 7,1 | nevertheless God forbid that a Christian should either trust or glory 36 7,2 | manners of the clergy and Christian people, has thought it fit 37 8,1 | and certain marks of the Christian profession, whereby believers 38 8,1 | compelled meanwhile to a Christian life by any other penalty, 39 8,1 | and the increase of the Christian religion, the work which 40 8,3 | be settled touching the Christian ./. commonweal, it be done 41 8,3 | august, and Francis the most Christian King of the French,-took 42 9,1 | invincible Emperor, the most Christian king, and with the other 43 9,1 | king, and with the other Christian kings and princes? They 44 11,2 | and scandal of the whole Christian world, it seems good, opportune, 45 11,2 | and the increase of the Christian faith and of the orthodox 46 11,2 | grace and bounty of God, all Christian kings and princes will approve 47 12,1 | increase and exaltation of the Christian faith and religion, that 48 14,1 | sacrament are understood by a Christian, the more diligently ought 49 14,1 | each of those who bear the Christian name would now at length 50 14,4 | amongst those who bear the Christian name, there may be no schisms, 51 15,1 | to the discipline of the Christian people, that certain more 52 15,1 | times recommended to the Christian people by our Fathers, so 53 15,2 | penance, but also of the whole Christian life, which ought to be 54 15,5 | having neither clergy nor Christian people, and being in a manner 55 17,1 | dawned upon things; and the Christian commonwealth, before so 56 17,1 | this holy Synod exhorts all Christian princes, and all prelates, 57 17,2 | mind over every part of the Christian commonweal, and beholding, 58 17,2 | how much the morals of the Christian people stood in need of 59 17,2 | grant peace and unanimity to Christian kings and princes. Which 60 17,2 | may be pre-served amongst Christian princes. Wherefore, upon 61 17,2 | the Romans, and the other Christian kings and princes,--who 62 17,2 | tranquillity and repose of the Christian commonweal. And to the end 63 18,1 | of the faith, and of the Christian religion, that the sacred, 64 18,1 | for the Church a true and Christian peace? They answered: It 65 19,1 | cockle from the wheat of Christian truth, and may more conveniently 66 22,1 | from the beginning of the Christian religion, not been unfrequent, 67 22,1 | beseeming and consonant with Christian charity, it appears that 68 23,5 | beseeming and consonant with Christian charity, it appears that 69 23,5 | shall judge useful for the Christian commonweal, and salutary 70 24,2 | manner subjoined. For whereas Christian charity, urgent necessity, 71 25,4 | persons with fatherly love and Christian zeal; and with this view 72 25,4 | for the church a true and Christian peace," declares that it 73 26,2 | the primitive times of the Christian religion, and agreeably 74 26,3 | The holy Synod exhorts Christian princes to furnish this 75 26,4 | and each, that, of their Christian charity, and the duty which 76 26,4 | utterly exterminated from the Christian world. Any emperor, kings, 77 26,4 | be restored amongst the Christian people, but that it also 78 26,7 | of Indulgences, for the Christian people most salutary, and 79 26,7 | cause of abuses amongst the Christian people has been derived,-- 80 26,11| various provinces of the Christian world, cannot be absent 81 26,14| Preserve, O Lord, the pious and Christian emperor: Oh, Heavenly Emperor, 82 27 | Romans, and by that of other Christian kings, republics, and princes, 83 27 | useful and salutary to the Christian people, We, to the praise 84 27 | the emperor elect, and the Christian kings, republics, and princes, 85 27 | provinces and kingdoms of the Christian name. And we ordain and


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