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1 1 | our own, but of its own great goodness, the providence 2 1 | the bark of Peter, in so great a tempest, and in the midst 3 1 | that it was a point of great importance, both as regards 4 1 | was to us a source of very great joy, and so confirmed us 5 1 | Christian king, and with great show of mutual good will 6 1 | as our legate with very great learning and integrity. 7 1 | and obliged, by the Lord's great benefits towards them, they 8 7,1 | and schismatics; and with great vehemence is this vain confidence, 9 7,1 | confidence, which hath a great reward. And, for this cause, 10 7,1 | bounty towards all men is so great, that He will have the things 11 7,1 | infallible certainty, have that great gift of perseverance unto 12 10,1 | during these last days of the great week (of Lent), and of the 13 14,1 | and in the midst of so great joy of the universal Church, 14 14,1 | not to receive it but with great reverence and holiness, 15 14,1 | and that mindful of the so great majesty, and the so exceeding 16 14,2 | anathema. And for fear lest so great a sacrament may be received 17 14,3 | compelled-both to his own great inconvenience and that of 18 14,4 | has looked forward with great earnestness for many months 19 15,1 | Penance; nevertheless, so great, in these our days, is the 20 15,1 | sorrow of mind, detest so great an offence of God. Wherefore 21 15,1 | the Catholic Church with great reason repudiated and condemned 22 15,1 | without many tears and great labours on our parts, the 23 15,1 | alleviated by the so many and so great advantages and consolations, 24 15,1 | most ancient Fathers with a great and unanimous consent, the 25 15,1 | salutary custom is, to the great benefit of the souls of 26 15,1 | most holy Fathers to be of great importance to the discipline 27 15,1 | teaches furthermore, that so great is the liberality of the 28 15,1 | but also, which is a very great proof of love, by the temporal 29 15,2 | person, by exciting in him a great confidence in the divine 30 15,2 | perspicuous words of so great an apostle. Neither assuredly 31 15,2 | there be contempt of so great a sacrament without a heinous 32 15,3 | the constitution of the great Council of Lateran, and 33 17,1 | happily, in the midst of a great concurse of the faithful, 34 17,2 | Church, though unequal to so great a burthen, casting the eyes 35 17,2 | and beholding, not without great horror, how far and wide 36 17,2 | heresies, of doing away with so great and so pernicious a schism, 37 19,1 | remedy has availed against so great and pernicious a disorder; 38 22,2 | parishioners cannot, without great inconvenience, repair to 39 22,2 | repaired. ~Whereas, also, very great care ought to be taken, 40 22,2 | depravity of such is, to the great scandal and complaint of 41 23,1 | and doctrine touching the great mystery of the Eucharist 42 23,1 | his name, which was to be great amongst the Gentiles; and 43 23,1 | whereby both the majesty of so great a sacrifice might be recommended, 44 23,1 | Although the mass contains great instruction for the faithful 45 23,3 | CELEBRATION OF MASS. ~What great care is to be taken, that 46 23,3 | alien from the dignity of so great a sacrifice; to the end 47 24,2 | more accurately taught how great is the obligation of this 48 24,2 | province labour under so great poverty, as that a college 49 25,1 | shortly after, This is a great sacrament, but I speak in 50 25,1 | writing asserted, not without great injury to the faithful of 51 25,3 | to live on, not without great sin, or they are dissolved, 52 25,3 | are dissolved, not without great scandal. Wherefore, the 53 25,3 | second degree, except between great princes, and for a public 54 25,3 | special contempt of this great sacrament, for married men 55 25,3 | who have expectations of a great inheritance,-to contract 56 26,2 | articles of faith; as also that great profit is derived from all 57 26,2 | wantonness. ~In fine, let so great care and diligence be used 58 26,3 | which very often, with very great scandal, arise between ecclesiastics, 59 26,4 | be used with sobriety and great circumspection; seeing that 60 26,4 | churches, either that so great a number of masses is required 61 26,4 | annulled. ~It ordinarily brings great ruin upon churches, when 62 26,11| DECREES OF THE COUNCIL.~So great has been the calamitousness 63 26,11| for so long a time without great loss to the flock entrusted 64 26,14| and grace of the first and great supreme priest, Jesus Christ 65 27 | brought to a close with so great unanimity on the part of 66 27 | which were assisted at with great piety by the clergy and 67 27 | Council has brought with it a great and well nigh assured hope


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