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Council of Trent

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1 1 | andwhereas one fit and suitable did not immediately present 2 1 | their opinion, would be a suitable place wherein to hold the 3 1 | looking forward to that more suitable time, and to that conclusion 4 6,2 | due to it,--or let some suitable remuneration be paid him 5 6,2 | compel them thereto by suitable remedies. And in the convents 6 6,2 | be wholly restrained by suitable remedies, by the bishop 7 7,2 | Ordinaries, to reside, by suitable legal remedies; as to them 8 7,2 | and by assigning them a suitable portion of the fruits, the 9 8,1 | Session, it hath seemed suitable to treat of the most holy 10 8,1 | with a Vicar, assigning a suitable portion of the fruits. ~ 11 8,1 | vicars and by assigning a suitable portion of the fruits, that 12 8,1 | exempted; and to provide by suitable legal remedies that whatever 13 8,3 | it be done not only at a suitable season, but also in a convenient 14 8,3 | another more opportune and suitable time to be declared by us: 15 8,3 | any other more Convenient, suitable, or safe City, as to you 16 8,3 | thereunto necessary and suitable in accordance with the contents 17 14,5 | each of the necessary and suitable clauses and decrees, even 18 15,1 | to enjoin salutary and suitable satisfactions, according 19 15,5 | clerics always wear a dress suitable to their proper order, that 20 15,5 | becoming clerical dress, suitable to their order and dignity, 21 17,2 | that remedy was the most suitable which this Holy See had 22 18,1 | the said holy Synod appear suitable and proper, for assuaging 23 22,2 | they shall compel, by all suitable means, the patrons and others 24 22,2 | bishops shall provide, by suitable measures, even by the sequestration 25 24,1 | greater veneration, it was suitable that, in the most well-ordered 26 24,2 | allowance of stipend, a suitable vicar, to be approved of 27 24,2 | churches, or in some other suitable place. Into this college 28 24,2 | remain over and above the suitable support of the said seminaries;-- 29 25,3 | holy Synod, that it may by suitable remedies provide against 30 25,4 | seem to be most useful and suitable for the said places, which 31 25,4 | examination or scrutiny, suitable persons. And all the scrutinies, 32 25,4 | as he shall find persons suitable. ~Finally, the same holy 33 25,4 | imposed upon him a penance suitable to the measure of his guilt; 34 25,4 | who shall be found more suitable considering the character 35 25,4 | other matters, regarding the suitable manner of conducting the 36 25,4 | that shall seem to him more suitable, as much be amassed as may 37 25,4 | of divine worship, and be suitable to the dignity of the church; 38 25,4 | provision be made in some suitable manner, as may seem fit 39 25,4 | vicar to the same--with a suitable assignment, at his own discretion, 40 25,4 | learning, prudence, and other suitable qualifications, to govern 41 25,4 | appellant, upon payment of the suitable fee, with a copy of the 42 25,4 | the said holy Synod appear suitable and proper for assuaging 43 26,3 | furniture of their body shall be suitable to the state of poverty 44 26,3 | if also the convent be a suitable one; it shall be free for 45 26,3 | restore them to a discipline suitable to a monastic life. But 46 26,4 | be kept in custody in a suitable place, according to the 47 26,4 | into simple Benefices: a suitable portion of the fruits shall 48 26,4 | benefice, even though a suitable portion be assigned to a 49 26,4 | from time immemorial, if a suitable portion of the fruits have 50 26,11| as shall seem to him most suitable. ~ 51 27 | brought relief thereunto by a suitable and wished-for remedy. To 52 27 | as shall seem to Us most suitable; declaring that whatsoever


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