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   Document,  Part
1 1 | herein, in the interim we received letters from our legates 2 1 | prayers, and had graciously received our earnest wishes for peace. 3 5,1 | unwritten traditions which, received by the Apostles from the 4 5,1 | which are the books that are received by this Synod. They are 5 6,1 | the holiness and justice, received of God, which he lost, he 6 7,1 | increase of Justification received. ~Having, therefore, been 7 7,1 | justice which they have received through the grace of Christ, 8 7,1 | sin, have fallen from the received grace of Justification, 9 7,1 | grace of God which they have received, have grieved the Holy Spirit, 10 7,1 | be maintained, that the received grace of Justification is 11 7,1 | uninterruptedly the grace received, or whether they have recovered 12 7,1 | help of God, in the justice received; or that, with that help, 13 7,1 | saith, that the justice received is not preserved and also 14 7,1 | infidelity; or, that grace once received is not lost by any other 15 7,1 | of Justification has been received, to every penitent sinner 16 8,1 | signs of grace or justice received through faith, and certain 17 8,1 | any one saith, that the received and approved rites of the 18 8,1 | baptism which they have received is so to be recalled unto 19 8,1 | the baptism which has been received, all sins committed after 20 8,1 | faith, are not, after having received baptism, to be reckoned 21 8,1 | some ecclesistical benefice received, or about to be received. 22 8,1 | received, or about to be received. Otherwise, the contravening 23 14,1 | this sacrement should be received as the spiritual food of 24 14,1 | apostles had not as yet received the Eucharist from the hand 25 14,1 | according to the custom ever received in the Catholic Church, 26 14,1 | the Lord, in order to be received: for we believe that same 27 14,2 | great a sacrament may be received unworthily, and so unto 28 14,3 | witnesses shall not be received against a bishop, whether 29 15,1 | constantly preserved the justice received in baptism by His bounty 30 15,1 | this sacrament be actually received, the said reconciliation, 31 15,1 | sinned before baptism, be received into grace in one manner; 32 15,1 | devil, and after having received the gift of the Holy Ghost, 33 15,2 | from apostolic tradition, received from hand to hand, he teaches 34 15,2 | sick should, after having received this unction, recover, they 35 15,2 | human figment or is a rite received from the Fathers which neither 36 15,4 | James; but is only a rite received from the Fathers, or a human 37 15,5 | exercise of the orders so received, for as long as to his own 38 15,5 | the exercise of the orders received, and may interdict from 39 16,2 | that they shall have been received under the care of the said 40 17,2 | that they be treated and received in all places kindly and 41 19,3 | that they shall have been received under the Care of the said 42 22,1 | and a true Sacrament are received under either species. ~It 43 22,1 | and a true sacrament are received under either species alone; 44 22,1 | author of all graces--is received under the one species of 45 22,1 | falsely assert--He is not received, according to the institution 46 22,2 | shall that resignation be received, unless it be certain that 47 22,2 | shall consider ought to be received, in consideration of the 48 23,1 | own body and blood) to be received by His apostles, whom He 49 23,1 | that bloody one to wit, are received most plentifully through 50 23,1 | and reverently offered and received, the Catholic Church instituted, 51 23,3 | the Church, and have been received by a frequent and praiseworthy 52 23,4 | ways aforesaid) from being received by those unto whom they 53 24,1 | the Catholic Church has received, from the institution of 54 24,2 | within three months, have received the rite of consecration, 55 24,2 | the fruits which they have received; if they shall have neglected 56 24,2 | first tonsure, who have not received the sacrament of Confirmation; 57 24,2 | all who may wish to be received into the sacred ministry 58 24,2 | the orders which he has received, for as long a period as 59 24,2 | functions have been laudably received in the Church from the times 60 24,2 | Into this college shall be received such as are at least twelve 61 25,3 | words, according to the received rite of each province. But 62 25,3 | same house until they have received the sacerdotal benediction, 63 25,3 | benediction ought to have been received. ~The parish priest shall 64 25,4 | money, nor anything else be received by the visitors, but that 65 25,4 | one shall henceforth be received to a dignity, canonry, or 66 25,4 | interposed by those parties be received by any superior judges whatsoever; 67 26,2 | Catholic and Apostolic Church, received from the primitive times 68 26,3 | possess it, or who had not received permission to that effect 69 26,4 | Council are to be solemnly received; and by whom a profession 70 26,4 | said universities, wholly received; and that the masters, doctors, 71 26,4 | repent, shall not only not be received to the sacraments, and to 72 26,4 | the fruits which they have received contrary to the institution 73 26,11| and all others devoutly received, and faithfully observed. 74 26,15| command that the same be received and inviolably observed 75 27 | ordained that the same be received and observed by all the 76 27 | and ordain that they be received and observed. ~And, in virtue 77 27 | doctrine of the Council to be received by the people who are under


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