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Council of Trent

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ordained

   Document,  Part
1 3,1 | beginning of wisdom, hath ordained and decreed, that all and 2 3,1 | Furthermore, this sacred Synod has ordained and decreed, that if it 3 7,2 | functions, and those so ordained (be similarly suspended) 4 8,1 | interdict; and the persons so ordained, if they have been constituted 5 8,1 | letters-why they cannot be ordained by their own bishops; and 6 8,1 | even then they shall not be ordained but by a bishop who is resident 7 8,3 | have been done, regulated, ordained, in the matters aforesaid, 8 10,1 | Presidents,-decreed and ordained, that the Council was to 9 14,3 | tergiversation may be met, hath ordained and decreed that: In causes 10 14,3 | Synod hath for this cause ordained and decreed as follows: 11 14,3 | place, (the Synod) hath thus ordained and decreed: That a bishop, 12 15,2 | priests by bishops rightly ordained by the imposition of the 13 15,4 | the priests who have been ordained by a bishop, but the elders 14 15,5 | pass, that, persons being ordained who are but little fit, 15 15,5 | competent by him who has ordained them, but whom he himself 16 15,5 | homicides are n ever to be ordained: in what manner involuntary 17 15,5 | involuntary homicides are to be ordained. ~Whereas too, he who has 18 17,1 | which have been hitherto ordained and decreed by this sacred 19 20,1 | to have been on this day ordained and sanctioned in the present 20 22,1 | sacrament; when, after having ordained certain things touching 21 22,2 | the things which follow be ordained at present, touching the 22 22,2 | shall not henceforth be ordained, except such as the bishop 23 22,3 | presiding therein, hath ordained and decreed, that the next 24 23,4 | the following things be ordained in the present Session. ~ 25 24,1 | who have once been rightly ordained, can again become laymen, 26 24,1 | have neither been rightly ordained, nor sent, by ecclesiastical 27 24,2 | following be at present ordained. ~CHAPTER I. ~The negligence 28 24,2 | elsewhere holily and usefully ordained, concerning residence, under 29 24,2 | Wherewith those who are to be ordained are to be furnished. ~Those 30 24,2 | life of those who are to be ordained, and shall transmit to the 31 24,2 | CHAPTER VII. ~Those to be ordained are to be examined by persons 32 24,2 | faith of those who are to be ordained. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~How, and 33 24,2 | by whom, each ought to be ordained. ~Ordinations of sacred 34 24,2 | of. But each one shall be ordained by his own bishop. And if 35 24,2 | year, and he who has been ordained shall be suspended from 36 24,2 | any Secular clerics to be ordained by others. But the ordination 37 24,2 | Regulars likewise shall not be ordained under the above age, nor 38 24,2 | of their orders, shall be ordained subdeacons and deacons. 39 24,2 | CHAPTER XVI. ~Those who are ordained shall be assigned to a particular 40 24,2 | Whereas no one ought to be ordained, who, in the judgment of 41 24,2 | shall for the future be ordained without being attached to 42 25,4 | Synod has elsewhere usefully ordained certain things touching 43 25,4 | which have been elsewhere ordained, in the same Synod, touching 44 25,4 | whatsoever shall be therein ordained. In all other respects, 45 25,4 | has been so excellently ordained, and to hold several benefices 46 26,3 | the things following be ordained. ~ ./. CHAPTER I. ~All ReguIars 47 26,4 | that have been defined and ordained by this holy Synod; as also 48 26,4 | shall take care that what is ordained be observed, or, if that 49 26,4 | what has been elsewhere ordained by this holy Synod; otherwise 50 26,4 | those things which It has ordained touching ecclesiastical 51 26,4 | clauses and words, have been ordained in this sacred Council, 52 26,7 | universal Church will be ordained; that this the gift of holy 53 26,8 | mistress of all churches, has ordained, as also those things which, 54 26,8 | oecumenical Councils, have been ordained, and to use all diligence 55 26,12| this sacred Council, been ordained and defined touching dogmas 56 26,15| of December last, it was ordained, that, through the presidents 57 27 | treated of, defined, and ordained, touching the sacraments 58 27 | defined, explained, and ordained, which being completed, 59 27 | those decrees, and have ordained that the same be received 60 27 | have been expressed and ordained in an obscure manner, and


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