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Council of Trent

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1 7,1| driveth out sin; and, Do penance, and be baptized every one 2 7,1| through the sacrament of Penance they shall have attained 3 7,1| instituted the sacrament of Penance, when He said, Receive ye 4 7,1| whence thou art fallen; do penance, and do the first works. 5 7,1| according to God worketh penance steadfast unto salvation. 6 7,1| salvation. And again; Do penance, and bring forth fruits 7 7,1| bring forth fruits worthy of penance. ~CHAPTER XV. ~That, by 8 7,1| without the sacrament of Penance, contrary to what the holy 9 8,1| Confirmation, the Eucharist, Penance, Extreme Unction, Order, 10 14,4| treat of the sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction in the 11 15,1| MOST HOLY SACRAMENTS OF PENANCE AND EXTREME UNCTION ~Doctrine 12 15,1| Doctrine on the Sacrament of Penance. ~The sacred and holy, oecumenical 13 15,1| touching the sacrament of Penance; nevertheless, so great, 14 15,1| institution of the Sacrament of Penance. ~If such, in all the regenerate, 15 15,1| the sacrament to wit of Penance, by which the benefit of 16 15,1| says; Be converted and do penance for all your iniquities, 17 15,1| also said; Except you do penance, you shall also likewise 18 15,1| initiated by baptism, said; Do penance, and be baptized every one 19 15,1| instituted the sacrament of penance, when, being raised from 20 15,1| between the Sacrament of Penance and that of Baptism~For 21 15,1| baptism, and another that of penance. For, by baptism putting 22 15,1| arrive by the sacrament of Penance, without many tears and 23 15,1| demanding this; so that penance has justly been called by 24 15,1| baptism. And this sacrament of Penance is, for those who have fallen 25 15,1| form of the sacrament of penance, wherein its force principally 26 15,1| reason called the parts of penance. But the thing signified 27 15,1| faith, are the parts of penance. ~CHAPTER IV. ~On Contrition. ~ 28 15,1| without the sacrament of penance, conduct the sinner to justification, 29 15,1| God in the sacrament of Penance. For, smitten profitably 30 15,1| preaching of Jonas, did fearful penance and obtained mercy from 31 15,1| maintained that the sacrament of Penance confers grace without any 32 15,1| institution of the sacrament of Penance as already explained, the 33 15,1| neither would faith without penance bestow any remission of 34 15,1| is, of all the parts of penance, that which has been at 35 15,1| bringing forth fruits worthy of penance, which from him have their 36 15,1| imagine that the sacrament of Penance is a tribunal of wrath or 37 15,1| maintain a new o be the est penance, as to Fake away the entire 38 15,2| the preceding doctrine on penance, the following on the sacrament 39 15,2| completion, not only of penance, but also of the whole Christian 40 15,2| ought to be a perpetual penance. First, therefore, as regards 41 15,2| touching the sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction. And 42 15,3| THE MOST HOLY SACRAMENT OF PENANCE~CANON I.--If any one saith, 43 15,3| that in the Catholic Church Penance is not truly and properly 44 15,3| itself the sacrament of Penance, as though these two Sacraments 45 15,3| distinct, and that therefore Penance is not rightly called a 46 15,3| sins in the Sacrament of penance, as the Catholic Church 47 15,3| matter of the sacrament of Penance, to wit, contrition, confession, 48 15,3| called the three parts of penance; or saith that there are 49 15,3| there are two parts only of penance, to wit, the terrors with 50 15,3| that, in the sacrament of Penance, it is not necessary, of 51 15,3| that, therefore, the best penance is merely a new life; let 52 25,4| after imposing a salutary penance, all delinquents whatsoever 53 25,4| public sinners, a public penance shall be imposed, unless 54 25,4| publicly imposed upon him a penance suitable to the measure 55 25,4| commute this kind of public penance into one that is secret.

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