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1 3,1 | AND OTHER MATTERS TO BE OBSERVED, DURING THE COUNCIL~The 2 6,1 | happy memory, are to be observed, under the pains contained 3 7,1 | Apostles-has hitherto professed, observed, and taugh; let him be anathema. ~ 4 8,1 | Council of Lyons, shall be observed,-which Constitution this 5 8,3 | cause it to be inviolably observed; any apostolical Constitutions 6 10,1 | all the formalities being observed in the usual manner; (the 7 14,1 | decreed is to be invariably observed by all Christians, even 8 14,3 | apostle is by bishops to be observed, that they reprove, entreat, 9 15,1 | neither indeed could they have observed equity in enjoining punishments, 10 15,1 | souls of the faithful, now observed, of confessing at that most 11 15,1 | always been very piously observed in the said Church of God, 12 15,3 | which the Church hath ever observed from the beginning, and 13 15,3 | that it was of old only observed in order to impose a canonical 14 15,3 | all sins, such as it is observed in the Church, is impossible, 15 16,2 | Itself, shall be inviolably observed towards all and each of 16 17,1 | respectively to cause to be observed, as far as they are concerned, 17 18,1 | and that, due order being observed, those things be treated 18 19,3 | Itself, shall be inviolably observed towards all and each of 19 22,1 | places, it, at one time, observed that custom; for as those 20 22,2 | observe, and cause to be observed, the manner of life required 21 23,3 | CONCERNING THE THINGS TO BE OBSERVED, AND TO BE AVOIDED, IN THE 22 23,4 | same shall be henceforth observed, under the same penalties, 23 23,4 | possible, and be accurately observed by all; any customs to the 24 24,2 | qui cum unicis, shall be observed; provided the said clerks, 25 24,2 | of this holy Synod being observed; any privilege, prescriptions, 26 24,2 | other regulations, to be observed in receiving minor orders. ~ 27 24,2 | that the same be always observed. The froward, and incorrigible, 28 25,3 | prohibition can no longer be observed, without injury, in more 29 25,3 | her bounty. But if, having observed those solemnities, some 30 25,3 | solemn nuptials be carefully observed by all, from the Advent 31 25,4 | observe, and cause to be observed, whatsoever shall be therein 32 25,4 | present decree, shall be observed by all. ~But the less criminal 33 25,4 | the same shall also be observed in regard of those Secular 34 25,4 | which shall also be equally observed in regard of those unions 35 25,4 | decree,-which It orders to be observed in regard of all persons 36 26,2 | may be the more faithfully observed, the holy Synod ordains, 37 26,3 | order, or convent, shall be observed. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~In what 38 26,3 | the statutes to be therein observed. But should they be negligent 39 26,3 | in the diocese, shall be observed even by Regulars. ~Censures 40 26,3 | mandate, be published and observed by Regulars in their churches. 41 26,3 | bishop shall order to be observed in his own diocese, shall 42 26,3 | profession itself, shall be observed not only in convents subject 43 26,3 | their constitutions shall be observed. ~CHAPTER XIX. ~How to proceed 44 26,3 | the foregoing decrees be observed in all convents and monasteries, 45 26,4 | the same is not only to be observed by all who hold ecclesiastical 46 26,4 | present decree have not been observed; whereas the cognizance 47 26,4 | imposed on Benefices shall be observed. ~Reason requires, that, 48 26,4 | The same also shall be observed as to prebends assigned 49 26,4 | Capitula Cathedralium, shall be observed in all cathedral and collegiate 50 26,4 | same shall henceforth be observed; (to wit) that they shall 51 26,4 | CHAPTER VIII. ~What is to be observed in regard to Hospitals. 52 26,4 | that what is ordained be observed, or, if that be not possible, 53 26,4 | what reason requires may be observed in all things, the holy 54 26,4 | Canons shall be exactly observed: if, at any time, a dispensation 55 26,4 | canons are to be exactly observed by all, and, as far as this 56 26,4 | present decree,--be exactly observed by all men. And for this 57 26,7 | the Church, moderation be observed; lest, by excessive facility, 58 26,11| received, and faithfully observed. And should any difficulty 59 26,15| received and inviolably observed by all the faithful of Christ; 60 27 | the same be received and observed by all the faithful of Christ; 61 27 | that they be received and observed. ~And, in virtue of holy 62 27 | the same to be inviolably observed, each by his own subjects,


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