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Council of Trent

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1 4,1 | will come with glory to judge the living and the dead; 2 5,2 | Church,--whose it is to judge of the true sense and interpretation 3 6,2 | decree; until by a competent judge,--who shall proceed summarily, 4 7,1 | rendered to him by the just judge, and not only to him, but 5 7,1 | neither ought any one to judge himself, even though he 6 7,2 | their hands, by the Supreme Judge; seeing that it is most 7 8,1 | upon the spot a special judge deputed by the Apostolic 8 8,1 | causes, if they have no such judge,-may be brought before the 9 14,1 | his death until He come to judge the world. And He would 10 14,3 | impede the process of the judge, (this Synod) in order to 11 14,3 | whatsoever emanating from a judge of appeal, as also every 12 14,3 | absolutely produce, before the judge to whom he has appealed, 13 14,3 | first instance; and the judge shall by no means proceed, 14 15,1 | of baptism need not be a judge, seeing that the Church 15 15,1 | saith the apostle, to do to judge them that are without? It 16 15,1 | pronounced by the priest as by a judge: and therefore the penitent 17 15,5 | summoned before the ordinary judge, in the matter of any rights 18 21,1 | and pleasure, as it shall judge expedient for the business 19 22,1 | what things soever it may judge most expedient, for the 20 22,2 | neighbouring places, as they shall judge fit, after having summoned 21 22,3 | and pleasure, as It shall judge expedient for the affairs 22 23,4 | be assigned as they shall judge fit; in such wise to wit, 23 23,5 | will do that which he shall judge useful for the Christian 24 24,2 | the provincial Council, to judge of the permissions granted 25 24,2 | unless the bishop shall judge otherwise. Two sacred orders 26 24,2 | Church, the bishop should judge otherwise,--but who have 27 24,2 | things which the bishop shall judge expedient. And, henceforth, 28 25,3 | the Ordinary shall himself judge it expedient, that the publications 29 25,3 | afterwards as often as they shall judge it expedient. It ordains, 30 25,3 | at the discretion of the judge. ~CHAPTER VII. ~Vagrants 31 25,4 | promoted whom they themselves judge the most worthy of, and 32 25,4 | most blessed Pontiff shall judge it expedient to act otherwise. ~ 33 25,4 | diocese wherein they shall judge such preaching expedient, 34 25,4 | as often as they shall judge that it can be opportunely 35 25,4 | and apportion, as he shall judge expedient, to which thereof 36 25,4 | own prudence, as he may judge expedient, either unite 37 25,4 | the custom of the country, judge this more expedient,--those 38 25,4 | select him whom he shall judge the most fit of all; and 39 25,4 | whomsoever the patron shall judge the most worthy from amongst 40 25,4 | examiners) deputed, he shall judge this expedient; observing 41 25,4 | provincial Synod, if It shall judge that there are any particulars 42 25,4 | urgent and reasonable cause, judge fit to appoint, or to avocate, 43 25,4 | recourse, as aforesaid, to a judge, on account of two years 44 25,4 | his own expense, to the judge of appeal, all the acts 45 25,4 | suit, he may acquaint the judge of appeal therewith. But 46 25,4 | of the place. But if the judge also should himself be cognizant 47 26,2 | act therein as he shall judge to be consonant with truth 48 26,4 | the time, he shall himself judge that such are to be resolved 49 26,4 | lawful for them, if they judge it expedient, to proceed 50 26,4 | be contumacy towards the judge, he may then, in addition 51 26,4 | the person or goods, the judge shall abstain from censures ; 52 26,4 | shall be lawful for the judge to employ the said spiritual 53 26,4 | prohibit an ecclesiastical judge from excommunicating any 54 26,4 | examination of the circumstances, judge to be most expedient for 55 26,11| a general Council, if he judge it necessary; or in such


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