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Council of Trent

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1 1 | which, by their valour, authority, and power, offered in a 2 1 | the greatest virtue and authority, chosen from the number 3 1 | perfectly established by the authority of the council, we were 4 1 | relying and resting on the authority of that Almighty God, Father, 5 1 | and Holy Ghost, and on the authority of His blessed apostles, 6 1 | apostles, Peter and Paul, (an authority) which we also exercise 7 1 | ecclesiastic constituted in authority. Wherefore, let no one infringe 8 6,2 | shall proceed by apostolic authority, and as the delegate of 9 7,2 | church; that he, by the authority of his own supreme See, 10 7,2 | needful, even with apostolical authority, by their own bishops, and 11 8,1 | always, in all things, the authority of the Apostolic See. ~CHAPTER 12 8,1 | every year, with apostolic authority, all churches whatsoever, 13 8,3 | the plenitude of apostolic authority, and with the advice and 14 8,3 | presents do, with apostolic authority, concede to you all together, 15 8,3 | in the name and by the authority aforesaid, and to perform, 16 10,1 | interposition also of the authority of the holy Apostolic See, 17 11,2 | the plenitude of apostolic authority, and with the advice and 18 11,2 | person, or by whatsoever authority, against these presents. 19 14,3 | case committed by apostolic authority to judges on the spot, be 20 15,1 | destruction, in virtue of the authority, above (that of) other inferior 21 15,1 | consonant to the divine authority, that this reservation of 22 15,5 | letters, promoted by any authority whatsoever; even though 23 16,2 | else to make use of, any authority, power, right, or statute, 24 17,1 | its full force, power and authority. But if, which may God forefend, 25 17,1 | restored to its full force and authority, without another fresh convocation 26 17,1 | thereof, the consent and authority of his Iloliness, and of 27 17,2 | on and supported by the authority of God Himself, and of the 28 17,2 | Apostles Peter and Paul, which (authority) we also exercise on earth,- 29 19,1 | and shall be of the same authority and weight as if it had 30 19,3 | else to make use of, any authority, power, right, or statute, 31 22,1 | Church, knowing this her authority in the administration of 32 22,1 | at plea sure, without the authority of the Church itself. ~CHAPTER 33 23,4 | confirmed by oath or by any authority whatsoever, to the contrary 34 23,4 | Dispensations, by whatsoever authority they are to be granted, 35 23,4 | apostolic, imperial, or royal authority; and, if such notaries be 36 24,1 | consent, nor vocation, nor authority, whether of the people, 37 24,1 | bishops, who are assumed by authority of the Roman Pontiff, are 38 24,2 | confirmed by oath or by what authority soever,--by any custom, 39 25,4 | though confirmed by apostolic authority, to the contrary notwithstanding; 40 26,3 | been granted by apostolic authority to possess such property, 41 26,3 | that, by their ordinary authority, in all monasteries subject 42 26,3 | them, and in others, by the authority of the Apostolic See, they 43 26,3 | thereby, shall have the same authority over the monasteries of 44 26,3 | presence, or consent, or authority. ~It also subjects to a 45 26,3 | shall exercise spiritual authority, and correction. In all 46 26,3 | requested, their help and authority in support of the aforesaid 47 26,4 | excommunications by the authority of any Secular person whatever, 48 26,4 | them of their own proper authority ; but in civil causes, which 49 26,4 | theirs shall be the chief authority in everything that is to 50 26,4 | whatsoever, have a power, authority, and jurisdiction greater 51 26,4 | whatsoever, by whatsoever authority, be it even apostolic, shall, 52 26,4 | cause, even though with the authority of the Apostolic See, shall 53 26,4 | confirmed by apostolical authority, the holy Synod declares 54 26,4 | relate to the decorum and authority of the episcopal dignity, 55 26,4 | from others, but, by their authority and munificence, in a special 56 26,4 | XXI. ~In all things the authority of the Aposto1ic See shall 57 26,4 | so decreed, as that the authority of the Apostolic See both 58 26,7 | approved of ./. by the authority of sacred Councils, is to 59 26,7 | Roman Pontiff, by whose authority and prudence that which 60 26,9 | may be by his judgment and authority terminated and made public. 61 26,14| and Julius III., by whose authority this sacred general Council 62 26,15| thereof, We, with apostolic authority, and with the advice and 63 27 | confirmed by Apostolic authority all and singular those decrees, 64 27 | Council ; We, by apostolic authority, forbid all men, as well 65 27 | to presume, without our authority to publish, in any form, 66 27 | all the faithful, whose authority the holy Synod also has 67 27 | unwittingly, by any one, by what authority soever, is, notwithstanding,


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