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Council of Trent

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1 1 | enterprises, --at the very outset, contrary to all our hopes and expectations, 2 1 | or with rash daring go contrary thereunto. But if any one 3 5,2| the said sacred Scripture contrary to that sense which holy 4 5,2| doth hold; ./. or even contrary to the unanimous consent 5 7,1| the sacrament of Penance, contrary to what the holy Roman and 6 7,2| that same Ordinary: if the contrary shall have been done, the 7 8,1| now hold several churches contrary to the tenor of the present 8 8,1| retainer of several Benefices contrary to the Canons, shall be 9 8,3| things whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding. Wherefore, 10 8,3| or with rash daring go contrary thereto. But if any one 11 11,2| things whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding, and especially 12 11,2| or with rash daring go contrary thereunto. But if any one 13 14,1| blood of Christ is denied, contrary to the universal sense of 14 14,2| disputation to defend the contrary, he shall be thereupon excommunicated. ~ 15 14,3| even immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding; except 16 15,1| and priests; imagining, contrary to the institution of this 17 15,2| those who assert what is contrary thereto. ~ 18 15,3| understood them; but wrests them, contrary to the institution of this 19 15,3| therefore, priests act contrary to the purpose of the keys, 20 15,3| purpose of the keys, and contrary to the institution of Christ, 21 16,2| there being any excuse or contrary allegation in this regard. ~ ~~ 22 17,1| amongst Christians, that, contrary to its intention, It irritated 23 17,2| or with rash daring go contrary thereunto. But if any one 24 19,3| there being any excuse, or Contrary allegation in this regard. ~ 25 19,4| they may be, wherein the contrary, to that which the holy 26 22,2| prohibiting all taxes to the contrary, and all statutes, and customs, 27 22,2| their inhibitions to the contrary. And, if Regular observance 28 23,2| chalice, for that it is contrary to the institution of Christ; 29 23,3| customs whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~ 30 23,4| all; any customs to the contrary notwithstanding; lest they 31 23,4| authority whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 32 23,4| usage, or privilege, to the contrary notwithstanding; otherwise 33 23,4| statute whatsoever, to the contrary, notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 34 23,4| customs and privileges to the contrary being set aside; unless 35 24,1| army set in array; as if, contrary to the doctrine of blessed 36 24,1| condemn whatsoever things are contrary thereunto, in express and 37 24,2| happen, shall be absent, contrary to the regulation of this 38 24,2| college or fabric, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~The same 39 24,2| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 40 24,2| penalty imposed on those, who, contrary to the decree of this holy 41 24,2| give dimissory letters, contrary to the form of this decree, 42 24,2| whomsoever granted, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 43 24,2| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 44 24,2| constitution whatsoever to the contrary. ~The bishop of the place 45 25,2| law, or vow; and that the contrary is no thing else than to 46 25,3| or any privilege to the contrary, notwithstanding. And if 47 25,3| constitutions that tend to the contrary notwithstanding. If through 48 25,3| priest any thing be done contrary hereto, he shall be punished, 49 25,3| shall not attempt anything contrary to the liberty of marriage. ~ 50 25,4| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding; with the 51 25,4| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 52 25,4| any inhibitions to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 53 25,4| customs, whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. And all 54 25,4| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 55 25,4| those, who act in any way contrary to the things comprised 56 25,4| apostolic authority, to the contrary notwithstanding; the bishop, 57 25,4| application whatever, to the contrary notwithstanding: nor shall 58 25,4| procured: if anything be done contrary hereto, the appointment 59 25,4| for life whatsoever to the contrary notwithstanding,-retaining 60 25,4| they have done anything contrary to their duty. ~Then, after 61 25,4| customs whatsoever to the contrary. ~CHAPTER XXI. ~It is declared, 62 26,2| or entertain sentiments, contrary to these decrees; let him 63 26,3| But should any one act contrary hereto, he shall be punished 64 26,3| should any one be elected contrary to the appointment of this 65 26,3| Apostolic See; anything to the contrary notwithstanding. But those 66 26,3| appeal; anything to the contrary notwithstanding. And all 67 26,3| though immemorial, to the contrary notwithstanding. But, if 68 26,4| by any ordinances to the contrary. Whenever, therefore, by 69 26,4| sacred constitutions, and contrary to the decrees of the Fathers; 70 26,4| him; unless it be that the contrary happen to be expressed, 71 26,4| which they have received contrary to the institution of the 72 26,4| time immemorial, to the contrary, or any privileges, or indults 73 26,4| any custom whatever to the contrary notwithstanding. Nor shall 74 26,4| presume to transfer to others, contrary to the decrees of the canons, 75 26,4| others; and any grants to the contrary, even though made by the 76 26,4| injury of the church, and contrary to the ordinances of the 77 26,4| others whatsoever, to the contrary notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER 78 26,4| those benefices wherein, contrary to the institution or foundation 79 27 | may be attempted to the contrary in this matter, whether 80 27 | or with rash daring go contrary thereunto. But if any one


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