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sacraments

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1 7,1| virtue and efficacy of the sacraments, even so each one, when 2 8,1| DECREE ON THE SACRAMENTS~Proem. ~For the completion 3 8,1| to treat of the most holy Sacraments of the Church, through which 4 8,1| subject of the said most holy sacraments,-as well those which have 5 8,1| which It has begun. ~ON THE SACRAMENTS IN GENERAL~CANON I.-If any 6 8,1| any one saith, that the sacraments of the New Law were not 7 8,1| one saith, that these said sacraments of the New Law do not differ 8 8,1| saith, that these seven sacraments are in such wise equal to 9 8,1| any one saith, that the sacraments of the New Law are not necessary 10 8,1| justification;-though all (the sacraments) are not ineed necessary 11 8,1| any one saith, that these sacraments were instituted for the 12 8,1| any one saith, that the sacraments of the New Law do not contain 13 8,1| not given through the said sacraments, always, and to all men, 14 8,1| saith, that by the said sacraments of the New Law grace is 15 8,1| administer the word, and all the sacraments; let him be anathema. ~CANON 16 8,1| they effect, and confer the sacraments, there is not required the 17 8,1| solemn administration of the sacraments, may be contemned, or without 18 8,1| Eucharist, and of the other sacraments, until they repent; let 19 10,1| touching the matters of the Sacraments and of Reformation, whereon 20 10,1| the said matters of the Sacraments and of Reformation could 21 11,1| last, on the subject of the Sacraments and of Reformation, in accordance 22 13 | passed touching the seven sacraments of the New Law in general, 23 14,1| doctrine touching faith and the sacraments, and might apply a remedy 24 14,1| Eucharist over the rest of the Sacraments. ~The most holy Eucharist 25 14,1| common with the rest of the sacraments, that it is a symbol of 26 14,1| peculiar thing, that the other sacraments have then first the power 27 14,4| meanwhile It will treat of the sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction 28 15,1| ON THE MOST HOLY SACRAMENTS OF PENANCE AND EXTREME UNCTION ~ 29 15,2| enemies,--as, in the other sacraments, He prepared the greatest 30 15,2| believed and held, touching the sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction. 31 15,3| any one, confounding the sacraments, saith that baptism is itself 32 15,3| Penance, as though these two Sacraments were not distinct, and that 33 15,5| offices, nor to administer the sacraments of the Church: none of the 34 15,5| offices, or to administer the sacraments of the Church. ~CHAPTER 35 22,1| the dispensation of the sacraments, their substance being untouched, 36 22,1| the veneration of the said sacraments, according to the difference 37 22,1| the administration of the sacraments, although the use of both 38 22,2| the administration of the sacraments of the Church, and for the 39 22,2| sufficient to administer the sacraments, and to celebrate the divine 40 22,2| inconvenience, repair to receive the sacraments, and to hear the divine 41 24,1| properly one of the seven sacraments of holy Church. For the 42 24,1| the word of God and of the sacraments; let him be anathema. ~CANON 43 24,1| ministers of the word and of the sacraments; let him be anathema. ~CANON 44 24,2| the administration of the sacraments, and by the example of all 45 24,2| also fit to administer the sacraments; and so conspicuous for 46 24,2| mysteries, and to administer the sacraments. ~CHAPTER XVII. ~In what 47 24,2| manner of administering the sacraments, especially those things 48 25,1| perfecter of the venerable sacraments, merited for us by His passion; 49 25,1| be numbered amongst the sacraments of the new law; against 50 25,2| properly one of the seven sacraments of the evangelic law, (a 51 25,4| the administration of the sacraments; neither shall they meddle 52 25,4| VII. ~The virtue of the Sacraments shall, before being administered 53 25,4| to the reception of the sacraments with greater reverence and 54 25,4| efficacy and use of those sacraments, but shall endeavour that 55 25,4| prescribed for each of the sacraments, by the holy Synod, in a 56 25,4| govern, but administer the sacraments to all indiscriminately 57 25,4| may licitly receive the sacraments; or the bishops shall make 58 26,3| the administration of the sacraments, to the jurisdiction, visitation, 59 26,4| only not be received to the sacraments, and to communion, and intercourse 60 27 | and ordained, touching the sacraments and other matters, which


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