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Council of Trent

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1 1 | announcement of this change public, and winter was now near; 2 1 | our court, or by certain public notaries; and, after having 3 1 | subscribed, by the hand of a public notary, and guaranteed by 4 5,2 | of in the Church, be, in public lectures, disputations, 5 6,2 | more able masters. ~In the public colleges also, wherein a 6 6,2 | of lecturing, whether in public or in private, without having 7 10,1 | present year, in a general and public Session celebrated in the 8 11,1 | the decree promulgated in public Session in the city of Trent, 9 11,2 | Council, wherein several public and solemn Sessions were 10 14,1 | through the streets, and public places. For it is most just 11 14,2 | obstinately to assert, or even in public disputation to defend the 12 14,3 | for the absolution of any public crime or delinquency, into 13 14,4 | this end have asked for the public faith from the Synod, that 14 14,4 | according to their request; a public assurance and faith, which 15 14,5 | and general Council, the public faith and full security, 16 15,1 | that it will be of no small public utility to have given thereof 17 15,1 | should be made known by a public confession. Wherefore, whereas 18 15,1 | power of forgiving sins,-public sins to wit by rebuke, provided 19 15,3 | from sins, to wit, from public sins by reproof only, provided 20 15,5 | honour, they even wear in public the dress of laymen--setting 21 15,5 | their own bishop, even by a public edict, they shall not wear 22 15,5 | of law, nor be otherwise public, but is secret, such an 23 16,1 | to whom It had given the public faith, or a safe-conduct, 24 16,1 | gives and grants them the public faith,-or a safe-conduct, 25 16,2 | and wholly concedes the public faith, and the fullest and 26 16,2 | accounted as comprised, in this public faith and safe-conduct. 27 16,2 | whereby the benefit of this public faith and assurance might 28 16,2 | whereby the benefit of this public faith and assurance may 29 16,2 | prejudice in any way of this public faith, and niost full security, 30 16,2 | full security, and of the public and free hearing, by this 31 17,2 | our court, or by certain public notaries; and that it be, 32 17,2 | subscribed, by the hand of a public notary, and guaranteed by 33 19,1 | INVITING ALL MEN ON THE PUBLIC FAITH TO THE COUNCIL~The 34 19,1 | Synod has decreed, that the public faith may be granted in 35 19,1 | been given and decreed in public Session. ~ 36 19,3 | and wholly concedes the public faith, and the fullest and 37 19,3 | accounted as comprised, in this public faith and safe-conduct. 38 19,3 | whereby the benefit of this public faith and assurance might 39 19,3 | whereby the benefit of this public faith and assurance may 40 19,3 | prejudice in any way of this public faith, and most full security, 41 19,3 | full security, and of the public and free hearing, by this 42 19,4 | presiding therein, grants the public faith, or a safe-conduct, 43 23,1 | they are celebrated by a public minister of the Church, 44 23,4 | shall be declared, by the public testimony of some academy, 45 25,3 | III. ~The impediment of public honesty is confined within 46 25,3 | of justice arising from public honesty, whensoever espousals 47 25,3 | great princes, and for a public cause. ~CHAPTER VI. ~Punishments 48 25,4 | prayers shall be made in public and private; and such shall 49 25,4 | reduced into the form of a public document, be necessarily 50 25,4 | Lord. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~On public sinners, a public penance 51 25,4 | VIII. ~On public sinners, a public penance shall be imposed, 52 25,4 | expedient, commute this kind of public penance into one that is 53 25,4 | possession, be bound to make a public profession of their orthodox 54 25,4 | examined may be summoned by a public notice. When the time appointed 55 26,1 | them not allow to be made public and treated of. While those 56 26,3 | convent, and not in the public church, the holy Synod forbids 57 26,3 | are obliged to attend at public Processions. ~All disputes 58 26,3 | and Regular, as well at public processions, as at those 59 26,3 | monks, on being summoned to public processions, shall be obliged 60 26,4 | monitions at least, and this by public notice. And it shall not 61 26,4 | in processions, and other public functions, they shall have 62 26,4 | it is expedient for the public good, to relax at times 63 26,9 | authority terminated and made public. And it commands that the 64 26,11| often invited, even with the public faith which they desired, 65 26,14| approve thereof by some public instrument; all of whom 66 27 | a decree made thereon in public Session, requested of us 67 27 | subscribed by the hand of a public notary, and guaranteed by


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