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1 4,1 | Wherefore, that this its pious solicitude may begin and 2 6,2 | holy Synod, adhering to the pious constitutions of the Sovereign 3 6,2 | and diocese; that so this pious, useful, and profitable 4 7,1 | of Christ. For even as no pious person ought to doubt of 5 7,1 | prayers, and the other pious exercises of a spiritual 6 8,1 | benefices, colleges, or other pious places of what sort soever, 7 11,2 | favour and aid our just and pious wishes herein: We, by the 8 15,1 | sometimes, in persons who are pious and who receive this sacrament 9 15,1 | confession, as the custom of pious persons demonstrates, yet 10 15,1 | approves of and embraces, as pious and worthy of being retained. ~ 11 15,5 | monastery, college, or even to a pious place, of another diocese, 12 17,2 | least prudent, grave, and pious men as their ambassadors, 13 17,2 | towards the completion of so pious and salutary a work; seeking, 14 22,2 | monasteries, hospitals, pious places, or to any persons 15 23,1 | of the apostles, and the pious institutions also of holy 16 23,4 | need it, or to some other pious place, at the discretion 17 23,4 | Bishops shall execute the pious dispositions of all persons; 18 23,4 | shall visit all manner of pious places, if not under the 19 23,4 | be the executors of all pious dispositions, whether made 20 23,4 | or of charity, and all pious places by whatsoever name 21 23,4 | laymen, and though the said pious places be protected by a 22 23,4 | Administrators of any pious places whatsoever shall 23 23,4 | mont-de-piete, and of any pious places whatsoever, shall 24 23,4 | property of any Church, or pious places, are punished. ~If 25 23,4 | monts-de-piete, or to any other pious places, which ought to be 26 24,2 | attached to that church, or pious place, for the need, or 27 24,2 | preserve and advance so pious and holy an institution. 28 24,2 | hospitals, or to any other pious places, even such as are 29 24,2 | provide that this holy and pious work be as soon as possible 30 25,4 | account of wills made for pious uses--except that which 31 25,4 | right due to them out of pious bequests--or under any other 32 25,4 | with monasteries, or other pious places, or churches not 33 25,4 | the fruits, not applied to pious uses, are prohibited. ~In 34 25,4 | proceeds be converted to pious uses, nor permit any of 35 26,2 | theologians, and of other pious men, act therein as he shall 36 26,3 | lecturing, or of any other pious work, place himself at the 37 26,3 | oath, or in favour of any pious object whatsoever, shall 38 26,3 | in accordance with their pious institute, approved of by 39 26,3 | her will be found to be pious and free, and she have the 40 26,4 | shall be assigned to the pious places there existing; or 41 26,4 | undertake the duty; whereby the pious intentions of the testators 42 26,4 | that these legacies for pious uses be satisfied in the 43 26,4 | left the said legacies for pious uses. ~CHAPTER V. ~The conditions 44 26,4 | called hospitals, or other pious places instituted especially 45 26,4 | converted to some other pious use, the nearest that may 46 26,4 | patronage, and to violate the pious intentions of the faithful 47 26,4 | or to any other kind of pious places; the same shall henceforth, 48 26,4 | church, or to some other pious place, at the discretion 49 26,14| Answer. Preserve, O Lord, the pious and Christian emperor: Oh, 50 27 | predecessor, Paul III., of pious memory, and had been begun 51 27 | Mercy, and aided by the pious zeal of our most beloved


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