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Council of Trent

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catholic

   Document,  Part
1 1 | promised those who dissent from Catholic unity, that he would interpose 2 1 | whereas neither Christian and Catholic truth, nor our own dignity 3 3,1 | brightness, and purity of Catholic truth may, by the assistance 4 4,1 | the prophets and one holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. I 5 5,1 | Ghost, and preserved in the Catholic Church by a continuous succession. 6 5,1 | been used to be read in the Catholic Church, and as they are 7 6,1 | CONCERNING ORIGINAL SIN ~That our Catholic faith, without which it 8 6,1 | understood otherwise than as the Catholic Church spread everywhere 9 6,1 | Synod declares that the Catholic Church has never understood 10 6,2 | defence and increase of the Catholic faith, and the preservation 11 7,1 | transmitted, and which the Catholic Church, the Holy Ghost reminding 12 7,1 | perpetual consent of the Catholic Church hath held and expressed; 13 7,1 | up in opposition to the Catholic Church. But neither is this 14 7,1 | to his works. After this Catholic doctrine on Justification, 15 7,1 | any one saith,that,by the Catholic doctrine touching Justification, 16 8,1 | prejudicial to the purity of the Catholic Church, and to the salvation 17 8,1 | and approved rites of the Catholic Church, wont to be used 18 14,1 | genuine doctrine, which the Catholic Church,-instructed by our 19 14,1 | conversion is, by the holy Catholic Church, suitably and properly 20 14,1 | custom ever received in the Catholic Church, render in veneration 21 14,1 | ancient observance of the Catholic Church. Wherefore, this 22 14,1 | these canons, that all, -the Catholic doctrine being already recognised,- 23 14,2 | remaining-which conversion indeed the Catholic Church most aptly calls 24 14,4 | most diligent inquiry into Catholic truth; very many and most 25 15,1 | pointed out and extirpated, Catholic truth may be made clear 26 15,1 | and resplendent; which (Catholic truth) this holy Synod now 27 15,1 | fallen after baptism. And the Catholic Church with great reason 28 15,1 | being nowise lawful in the Catholic Church-but be placed as 29 15,1 | falsely do some calumniate Catholic writers, as if they had 30 15,1 | punishments; even as no Catholic ever thought, by this kind 31 15,3 | any one saith, that in the Catholic Church Penance is not truly 32 15,3 | Sacrament of penance, as the Catholic Church has always from the 33 16,1 | obstinately opposing the Catholic Faith, but of learning the 34 16,2 | Councils, the consent of the Catholic Church, and the authorities 35 19,1 | splendour, the doctrine of the Catholic faith, which is in many 36 19,3 | Councils, the consent of the Catholic Church, and the authorities 37 22,1 | faith and obedience of the Catholic Church, It has thought fit, 38 22,1 | one saith, that the holy Catholic Church was not induced, 39 22,1 | reasons by which the holy Catholic Church was led to communicate, 40 23,1 | be retained in the holy Catholic Church; and may, all errors 41 23,1 | offer (them); even as the Catholic Church has always understood 42 23,1 | offered and received, the Catholic Church instituted, many 43 23,2 | outward signs, which the Catholic Church makes use of in the 44 23,5 | reasons by which the holy Catholic Church was led to communicate, 45 24,1 | THE TRUE AND CATHOLIC DOCTRINE, TOUCHING THE SACRAMENT 46 24,1 | in the New Testament, the Catholic Church has received, from 47 24,1 | and the tradition of the Catholic Church has always taught, 48 24,1 | to recognise and to hold Catholic truth. ~ON THE SACRAMENT 49 24,1 | priesthood, there are not in the Catholic Church other orders, both 50 24,1 | one saith, that, in the Catholic Church there is not a hierarchy 51 25,1 | from the sentiment of the Catholic Church, and from the usage 52 26,1 | CONCERNING PURGATORY.~Whereas the Catholic Church, instructed by the 53 26,2 | agreeably to the usage of the Catholic and Apostolic Church, received 54 26,4 | and to the defence of the Catholic faith. Wherefore the holy 55 26,4 | those things which are of Catholic faith, in conformity therewith; 56 26,11| deliver and teach the true and Catholic doctrine; even as It has 57 27 | that all those decrees were Catholic, and useful and salutary


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