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Council of Trent

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cause

   Document,  Part
1 1 | to succour the tottering cause of Christendom: for as it 2 1 | whither we also, for the cause of God and to bring about 3 1 | extent in this business and cause; and yet our councils and 4 1 | they abandon not His own cause and interests; and come 5 3,1 | immoderate outcries, or to cause disturbance by tumult; none 6 4,1 | the faithful. For which cause, this council has thought 7 5,2 | for any one to print, or cause to be printed, any books 8 6,1 | themselves, are for this cause truly baptized for the remission 9 6,2 | calumniously; or have any just cause of complaint against them. ~ 10 7,1 | causes are these: the final cause indeed is the glory of God 11 7,1 | everlasting; while the efficient cause is a merciful God who washes 12 7,1 | inheritance; but the meritorious cause is His most beloved only-begotten, 13 7,1 | Father; the instru-mental cause is the sacrament of baptism, 14 7,1 | lastly, the alone formal cause is the justice of God, not 15 7,1 | humble and true. And for this cause, the just themselves ought 16 7,1 | to all who obey him, the cause of eternal salvation. For 17 7,1 | eternal salvation. For which cause the same Apostle admonishes 18 7,1 | great reward. And, for this cause, life eternal is to be proposed 19 7,1 | Justification obtained, but not a cause of the increase thereof; 20 7,1 | punishments; and that for this cause only he is not damned, that 21 7,2 | under what title soever, cause, name, or right committed 22 7,2 | himself, save for a just cause to be approved of by the 23 8,1 | faithful; and that, for this cause, they are to be rebaptized 24 8,1 | avail any one without a just cause. ~Faculties, for being promoted ( 25 8,3 | when soever you shall see cause, the aforesaid Council from 26 8,3 | and will, with God's help, cause it to be inviolably observed; 27 10,1 | present; and that, from this cause, it has happened that the 28 14,3 | metropolitan be for some cause suspected, or be distant 29 14,3 | accused who is in a criminal cause an appellant from the bishop, 30 14,3 | the Synod hath for this cause ordained and decreed as 31 14,3 | in person, except for a cause for which he might have 32 14,3 | described. ~In a criminal cause, witnesses shall not be 33 15,1 | without knowledge of the cause; neither indeed could they 34 15,3 | Lateran, and that, for this cause, the faithful of Christ 35 15,4 | community, and that for this Cause a priest alone is not the 36 15,5 | prelate, from whatsoever cause, be it even on account of 37 15,5 | competency of jurisdiction, the cause shall not be proceeded with, 38 15,5 | other of the flesh;-for this cause, all ecclesiastical persons, 39 15,5 | place, or, if there be a cause for it, to the metropolitan, 40 15,5 | beneficiaries, or for any other cause whatsoever; thus herein 41 16,1 | It may take from them all cause for further delay, It freely 42 17,1 | lord, Julius III., for this cause especially, that It might 43 17,1 | observe, and respectively to cause to be observed, as far as 44 19,1 | which indeed has been the cause that many censures have 45 22,1 | holy Fathers had a probable cause for what they did in respect 46 22,2 | seal, nor for any other cause whatsoever, ./. not even 47 22,2 | restored; others they shall cause to be repaired. ~Whereas, 48 22,2 | said Regulars observe, and cause to be observed, the manner 49 23,4 | for a just and necessary cause,--the bishops, as delegates 50 24,2 | that it be done from a just cause, and without any detriment 51 24,2 | that they are absent, for a cause that has been first made 52 24,2 | except for some weighty cause; and if, after having been 53 24,2 | bishop may, for a lawful cause, grant a dispensation to 54 24,2 | effect, or from some other cause, the said seminary should 55 24,2 | portions, or from some other cause, there should happen to 56 25,3 | shall be, for whatsoever cause, not valid; but, when they 57 25,3 | or rarely, and then for a cause, and gratuitously. A dispensation 58 25,3 | princes, and for a public cause. ~CHAPTER VI. ~Punishments 59 25,4 | found in the head. For which cause, although the holy Synod 60 25,4 | and shall observe, and cause to be observed, whatsoever 61 25,4 | their province, except for a cause taken cognizance and approved 62 25,4 | himself only. But if the cause shall be of such a nature 63 25,4 | judges, who shall take up the cause as it shall then stand, 64 25,4 | an urgent and reasonable cause, judge fit to appoint, or 65 25,4 | in any said matrimonial cause, one of the parties shall 66 26,2 | be allowed to place, or cause to be placed, any unusual 67 26,3 | except for some lawful cause, which is to be approved 68 26,3 | any way, without a just cause, hinder the holy wish of 69 26,3 | aside his habit, be the cause what it may; or would even 70 26,3 | be admitted to allege any cause whatever; but shall be compelled 71 26,4 | bishop thereunto, after the cause has been by him diligently 72 26,4 | thereof until the end of the cause inclusively,-in the presence, 73 26,4 | manner, to whom, and for what cause, a Coadjutor is to be granted. ~ 74 26,4 | granted but after the said cause has been first diligently 75 26,4 | way, nor for any manner of cause or occasion, meddle with 76 26,4 | or from some other like cause, even though with the authority 77 26,4 | to their superiors, for a cause, to grant them a dispensation. 78 26,4 | shall be granted, after the cause has been taken cognizance 79 26,4 | by all men. And for this cause It admonishes the emperor, 80 26,7 | whence a most prolific cause of abuses amongst the Christian 81 26,11| sort of error. For which cause the holy Synod hath made 82 27 | justice and elsewhere, and to cause the same to be inviolably


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