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Council of Trent

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faithful

   Document,  Part
1 3,1 | that all and each of the faithful of Christ, assembled in 2 4,1 | heretics, and confirmed the faithful. For which cause, this council 3 7,1 | souls, to expound to all the faithful of Christ the true and sound 4 7,1 | the unbelieving, but the faithful also (who are) fornicators, 5 8,1 | be reckoned amongst the faithful; and that, for this cause, 6 14,1 | the world, forbids all the faithful of Christ, to presume to 7 14,1 | for doubt, that all the faithful of Christ may, according 8 14,2 | all and each of Christ's faithful of both sexes are bound, 9 14,4 | the salvation of all the faithful, her daily prayers being 10 14,4 | divine right, that all the faithful of Christ receive the said 11 15,1 | for the reconciling of the faithful who have fallen after baptism. 12 15,1 | mortal crimes, into which the faithful of Christ may have fallen, 13 15,1 | punishments, if the said faithful should have declared their 14 15,1 | confession. Wherefore, while the faithful of Christ are careful to 15 15,1 | Lateran, ordain that the faithful of Christ should confess,-- 16 15,1 | benefit of the souls of the faithful, now observed, of confessing 17 15,1 | wise addressed to all the faithful of Christ indifferently 18 15,2 | recommended and promulgated to the faithful by James the Apostle, and 19 15,2 | sin be contemned by the faithful : for all these things are 20 15,2 | and proposes to all the faithful of Christ, to be believed 21 15,3 | Lord for reconciling the faithful unto God, as often as they 22 15,3 | that all and each of the faithful of Christ, of either sex, 23 15,3 | that, for this cause, the faithful of Christ are to be persuaded 24 15,3 | to all and each of the faithful of Christ is it said: Whatsoever 25 16,2 | towards all and each of the faithful of Christ, towards all ecclesiastical 26 17,1 | a great concurse of the faithful, and there was no slight 27 19,3 | towards all and each of the faithful of Christ, towards all ecclesiastical 28 22,1 | Wherefore It forbids all the faithful in Christ to presume henceforth 29 22,1 | thereunto, that all the faithful of Church be bound, by the 30 22,1 | salvation, all and each of the faithful of Christ ought to receive 31 22,2 | and complaint of all the faithful, found daily so to increase 32 22,2 | spiritual graces, of which the faithful of Christ ought not on this 33 23,1 | follows, to be preached to the faithful, on the subject of the Eucharist, 34 23,1 | other necessities of the faithful who are living, but also 35 23,1 | recommended, and the minds of the faithful be excited, by those visible 36 23,1 | that, at each mass, the faithful who are present should communicate, 37 23,1 | himself only, but for all the faithful, who belong to the body 38 23,1 | waters, the union of that faithful people with Christ their 39 23,1 | great instruction for the faithful people, nevertheless, it 40 23,3 | can be performed by the faithful so holy and divine as this 41 23,3 | and the edification of the faithful people, be restored; the 42 23,3 | hereunto; and may compel the faithful people inviolably to observe 43 24,1 | sacred Synod to teach the faithful in Christ, in general terms, 44 24,2 | they may render unto God a faithful service, and not that they 45 25,1 | without great injury to the faithful of Christ, many things alien 46 25,4 | seem for the profit of the faithful, according as time, place 47 25,4 | for the welfare of the faithful, and accommodating more 48 25,4 | explained. ~In order that the faithful people may approach to the 49 25,4 | shall appoint one or more faithful and diligent stewards to 50 26,1 | by the suffrages of the faithful, ./. but principally by 51 26,1 | where proclaimed by the faithful of Christ. But let the more 52 26,1 | stumbling-blocks of the faithful. But let the bishops take 53 26,1 | that the suffrages of the faithful who are living, to wit the 54 26,1 | wont to be performed by the faithful for the other faithful departed, 55 26,1 | the faithful for the other faithful departed, be piously and 56 26,2 | especially instruct the faithful diligently concerning the 57 26,2 | are to be venerated by the faithful; through which (bodies) 58 26,2 | uselessly honoured by the faithful; and that the places dedicated 59 26,2 | set before the eyes of the faithful; that so they may give God 60 26,4 | doubted, that the rest of the faithful ./. also will be more easily 61 26,4 | and intercourse with the faithful, but, if, being bound with 62 26,4 | pious intentions of the faithful in the institution thereof, 63 26,4 | common scandal of all the faithful, and the extreme disgrace 64 26,7 | be dispensed to all the faithful, piously, holily, and incorruptly. ~ 65 26,8 | sedulously recommend to all the faithful all those things which the 66 26,15| inviolably observed by all the faithful of Christ; In the name of 67 27 | and observed by all the faithful of Christ; as also, for 68 27 | the mistress of all the faithful, whose authority the holy


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