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Council of Trent

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1 1 | other. Whereas we deemed it necessary that there should be one 2 1 | passed away; and it was necessary to signify to all the fresh 3 1 | matters as they should deem necessary, until we, on our return 4 1 | ourselves to that holy and most necessary work, the negotiation of 5 1 | that it was at that time, necessary for them to return to their 6 1 | those things which were necessary for the perfect re-establishment 7 1 | may be clearly seen. This necessary suspension, then, having 8 6,2 | honourable, and the most necessary of all, has not hitherto 9 6,2 | of the Gospel is no less necessary to the Christian commonwealth 10 6,2 | them the things which it is necessary for all to knew unto salvation, 11 7,1 | of Justification, it is necessary ./. that each one recognise 12 7,1 | Heretics. ~But, although it is necessary to believe that sins neither 13 7,1 | that it is not in any way necessary, that he be prepared and 14 7,1 | any one saith, that it is necessary for every one, for the obtaining 15 8,1 | sacraments of the New Law are not necessary unto salvation, but superfluous; 16 8,1 | sacraments) are not ineed necessary for every individual; let 17 8,1 | baptism is free, that is, not necessary unto salvation; let him 18 8,3 | and the things thereunto necessary and suitable in accordance 19 14,1 | that this salutary and necessary custom is to be by all means 20 14,1 | ecclesiastical usage declares that necessary proof to be, that no one, 21 14,3 | discipline, so salutary and necessary for the people, may be preserved 22 14,4 | following: whether it be necessary to salvation, and be prescribed 23 14,5 | with all and each of the necessary and suitable clauses and 24 15,1 | have fallen after baptism, necessary unto salvation; as baptism 25 15,1 | contrition was at all times necessary for obtaining the pardon 26 15,1 | and is of divine right necessary for all who have fallen 27 15,1 | and enemies of God, it is necessary to seek also for the pardon 28 15,1 | thing which it knew to be necessary, and to be instituted of 29 15,3 | confession was instituted, or is necessary to salvation, of divine 30 15,3 | sacrament of Penance, it is not necessary, of divine right, for the 31 16,2 | whatsoever,- which may be necessary and useful for a full,- 32 16,2 | it shall be convenient or necessary, and to return thither; 33 19,3 | whatsoever, which may be necessary and useful for a full, effectual, 34 19,3 | it shall be convenient or necessary, and to return thither; 35 22,1 | not defrauded of any grace necessary to salvation. ~CHAPTER IV. ~ 36 22,1 | communion of the Eucharist is necessary for little children, before 37 22,2 | Mother Church: and, if it be necessary, he may compel the people 38 23,4 | made except for a just and necessary cause,--the bishops, as 39 24,2 | times sudden, it will not be necessary even to notify them to the 40 24,2 | those things which it is necessary for all to know unto salvation, 41 24,2 | examination if they shall think it necessary, or in some other manner, 42 24,2 | bishop, is not useful or necessary for his churches, the holy 43 24,2 | sharply, even by expulsion if necessary; and, removing all hindrances, 44 24,2 | certain revenues will be necessary, for raising the building 45 24,2 | matters which shall seem necessary and expedient for the happy 46 25,4 | recording, that nothing is more necessary for the Church of God than 47 25,4 | theirs, only during the time necessary for the visitation, and 48 25,4 | be expended upon purposes necessary and useful for the church, 49 25,4 | prudence, shall seem to them necessary for the amendment of their 50 25,4 | recommended by the learning necessary for the discharge of his 51 25,4 | also such things as may be necessary in regard of all those who 52 25,4 | not sufficient to meet the necessary charges, the bishop,-if 53 26,3 | been preserved,--thought it necessary to enjoin, as by this decree 54 26,3 | shall be refused which is necessary for them. But should any 55 26,3 | grant this permission in necessary cases only; nor shall any 56 26,4 | may not be eluded, it is necessary to secure the person, the 57 26,4 | information, and to the necessary detention of the person; 58 26,4 | complying with all the necessary conditions to which they 59 26,4 | unless-besides other things necessary for that proof--presentations, 60 26,11| later; and it is therefore necessary to put an end at length 61 26,11| Council, if he judge it necessary; or in such other way as 62 27 | undertook to accomplish so necessary and salutary a work, even 63 27 | matters, which seemed to be necessary for confuting heresies,


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