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Council of Trent

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1 1 | others soever, unto whom, by right or privilege, the power 2 1 | Himself, and we, have a right to obtain from the prelates 3 3,1 | prejudiced, none acquire a new right. ~INDICTION OF THE NEXT 4 4,1 | into heaven, sitteth at the right hand of the Father ; and 5 7,2 | soever, cause, name, or right committed to him, he shall 6 11,2 | each of the others, who of right, or custom, or privilege, 7 14,1 | Himself always sitteth at the right hand of the Father in heaven, 8 14,3 | of abbots, who have the right of using the mitre and crosier 9 14,4 | be prescribed of divine right, that all the faithful of 10 15,1 | the Lord, and is of divine right necessary for all who have 11 15,1 | be instituted of divine right,--but that the precept of 12 15,3 | to salvation, of divine right; or saith, that the manner 13 15,3 | not necessary, of divine right, for the remission of sins, 14 15,3 | that bishops have not the right of reserving cases to themselves, 15 15,5 | wise that, by a kind of right, a dispensation ought to 16 15,5 | No one shall obtain a right of patronage, except by 17 15,5 | to, obtain, or acquire a right of patronage, for any other 18 15,5 | benefices which are under his right of patronage, except to 19 15,5 | that privilege ceasing, of right belong; otherwise the presentation 20 16,2 | of, any authority, power, right, or statute, privilege of 21 19,3 | of, any authority, power, right, or statute, privilege of 22 22,1 | are not bound, of divine right, to communion under both 23 22,2 | even those that are under a right of patronage-from churches 24 22,2 | even though they be under a right of patronage, make it their 25 22,2 | annually visited. ~It is right that whatsoever things in 26 23,4 | dignitaries has, neither by right, nor custom, any jurisdiction, 27 23,4 | living: they shall have a right to visit all manner of hospitals, 28 23,4 | those unto whom they of right belong; he shall lie under 29 23,4 | thereupon deprived of the right of patronage. And the cleric 30 24,2 | see that no one abuse that right, and that transgressors 31 24,2 | those which are under any right of patronage, even those 32 25,3 | comes from those from whom right is looked for, the holy 33 25,4 | who have, in any way, any right from the Apostolic See, 34 25,4 | bishops and others, who, by right or custom, ought to be present 35 25,4 | where the Chapter has the right of visitation, shall be 36 25,4 | the aforesaid, to whom the right of visitation belongs, are 37 25,4 | except that which is of right due to them out of pious 38 25,4 | aforesaid; saving also the right of ancient conventions entered 39 25,4 | churches not parochial, which right shall remain inviolate. 40 25,4 | correction of manners, have the right and power, even as delegates 41 25,4 | derogate in any way from the right of bishops. ~Forasmuch as 42 25,4 | and services; it is but right, that those who are called 43 25,4 | consent of the patron, if the right of patronage belong to laymen,- 44 25,4 | bishop, and he who has the right of patronage, shall, within 45 26,3 | parishioners; saving, however, the right of those bishops who exercise 46 26,4 | and all others, who, of right or custom, ought to be present 47 26,4 | the Chapter, to whom of right or custom it appertains, 48 26,4 | concordates, or by any other right whatsoever, have a power, 49 26,4 | such coadjutor with (the right of) future succession shall 50 26,4 | CHAPTER IX. ~In what manner a right of patronage is to be proved, 51 26,4 | benefices, to churches under right of patronage, prohibited. 52 26,4 | ordains, that the title to the right of patronage shall be (derived) 53 26,4 | universities, which that right is for the most part presumed 54 26,4 | by virtue of any other right whatsoever, to nominate, 55 26,4 | or endowment, under their right of patronage; but shall 56 26,4 | of the canons, the said right of patronage, by sale, or 57 26,4 | deprived of the aforesaid right itself of patronage. Moreover, 58 26,4 | that are subject to the right of patronage, even of laymen, 59 26,4 | placed under the (same) right of patronage; such (accessions), 60 26,4 | whether for the question of right, or fact, or have in any 61 26,4 | that to the church her own right be restored, but will also 62 26,4 | whatsoever is of ecclesiastical right, as belonging especially 63 26,14| kings, the preservers of the right faith. ~The Cardinal. To


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