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   Document,  Part
1 1 | those bishops and other Fathers whose duty it is to assist 2 4,1 | herein the examples of the Fathers, who have been wont, in 3 4,2 | council and attendance of Fathers, has resolved and decreed, 4 5,1 | examples of the orthodox Fathers, receives and venerates 5 5,2 | unanimous consent of the Fathers; even though such interpretations 6 6,1 | Scriptures, of the holy Fathers, of the most approved councils, 7 7,1 | Law, to many of the holy fathers announced and promised-that 8 7,1 | saying, one prohibited by the Fathers under an anathema,-that 9 7,1 | reparation: which the holy Fathers have aptly called a second 10 7,2 | venerable ordinances of the Fathers, for that it is a burthen 11 8,1 | unanimous consent of the Fathers in the last preceding Session, 12 8,1 | condemned of old by our Fathers, as also those newly invented, 13 8,1 | other councils and of the Fathers, has thought fit that these 14 9,1 | congregations by certain of the Fathers; doth it please you, in 15 10,1 | considering that some of the Fathers who have been accustomed 16 10,1 | convenient especially for the Fathers who are absent; adding however, 17 11,1 | the absence of some of the Fathers, who it was hoped would 18 11,2 | sacred Councils and holy Fathers, and in exhibiting due obedience 19 13 | of the assemblage of the Fathers not being numerous; now 20 13 | admonishes and exhorts all the Fathers, that, after the example 21 14,1 | they were understood by the Fathers,-it is indeed a crime the 22 14,1 | this holy sacrament, our Fathers have rightly and wisely 23 14,5 | abuse or contumely, with the Fathers, or with those who may have 24 15,1 | the consent of all the Fathers has ever understood, that 25 15,1 | justly been called by holy Fathers a laborious kind of baptism. 26 15,1 | holy and the most ancient Fathers with a great and unanimous 27 15,1 | it took its rise from the Fathers assembled in the Council 28 15,1 | seemed to our most holy Fathers to be of great importance 29 15,1 | Christian people by our Fathers, so is it the one especially 30 15,1 | past sins. For the ancient Fathers likewise both believe and 31 15,2 | Extreme Unction, which by the Fathers was regarded as being the 32 15,2 | a rite received from the Fathers which neither has a command 33 15,4 | a rite received from the Fathers, or a human figment; let 34 16,2 | and reasons of the blessed Fathers, and to answer even, if 35 16,2 | authorities of the holy Fathers; with this further addition, 36 17,1 | and whereas very many Fathers, without any regard to their 37 17,1 | better times ; that so the Fathers, who could not now act, 38 19,1 | to turn the heart of the fathers unto tke children, and the 39 19,1 | of the children unto the fathers. Whereas, then, first of 40 19,1 | hath thought good, that Fathers specially chosen for this 41 19,3 | and reasons of the blessed Fathers, and to answer even, if 42 19,3 | authorities of the holy Fathers; with this further addition, 43 22,1 | interpretations of holy Fathers and Doctors it be understood,-- 44 22,1 | for as those most holy Fathers had a probable cause for 45 23,1 | seemed expedient to the Fathers, that it should be every 46 23,1 | the doctrine of the holy Fathers; the sacred and holy Synod, 47 23,1 | unanimous consent of all the Fathers, to condemn, and to eliminate 48 24,1 | the greater orders by the Fathers and sacred Councils, wherein 49 24,1 | unanimous consent of the Fathers, it is clear that grace 50 25,1 | with reason have our holy Fathers, the Councils, and the tradition 51 26,1 | ancient tradition of the Fathers, taught, in sacred councils, 52 26,1 | transmitted by the holy Fathers and sacred councils, be 53 26,2 | the consent of the holy Fathers, and to the decrees of sacred 54 26,4 | after the example of our fathers in the Council of Carthage, 55 26,4 | contrary to the decrees of the Fathers; no Access or Regress, in 56 26,4 | frequently commended by the holy Fathers; being mindful that those 57 26,4 | those churches wherein their fathers have, or had, an ecclesiastical 58 26,4 | of benefices which their fathers hold, or have aforetime 59 26,4 | this time forth be made by fathers who are clerics in favour 60 26,4 | bear in mind that they are fathers and pastors; charging also 61 26,5 | as was resolved on by the Fathers in general congregation, 62 26,9 | commissioned certain chosen Fathers to consider what ought to 63 26,9 | to that labour by those Fathers, which, however, by reason 64 26,9 | of the Catechism, by the Fathers to whom that work was consigned, 65 26,13| lords and most reverend Fathers, doth it please you, that, 66 26,13| thanks to God, most reverend Fathers, go in peace. ~They answered: 67 26,14| ACCLAMATIONS OF THE FATHERS AT THE CLOSE OF THE COUNCIL.~ 68 26,14| eternal memory. ~Answer of the Fathers. O Lord God, do Thou very 69 26,14| this is the faith of the Fathers: This is the faith of the 70 26,14| was enjoined on all the Fathers, by the Legates and presidents,


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