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Council of Trent

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souls

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1 6,2 | which have the cure of souls, shall, at least on the 2 7,1 | without the shipwreck of many souls, and grievous detriment 3 7,1 | Church, and the salvation of souls, to expound to all the faithful 4 7,2 | then shall, for the cure of souls, substitute a vicar in his 5 7,2 | the fruits, the cure of souls be nowise neglected; no 6 8,1 | and to the salvation of souls,-the sacred and holy, oecumenical 7 8,1 | unto the salvation of the souls committed to him. But as 8 8,1 | such as have the cure of souls, shall be conferred on persons 9 8,1 | several Benefices with cure of souls shall exhibit their dispensations 10 8,1 | fruits, that the cure of souls be not in any way neglected, 11 8,1 | provide that the cure of souls be laudably exercised by 12 8,1 | be repaired: the cure of souls sedulously discharged. ~ 13 8,1 | defrauded of the Cure of souls, if such be annexed thereunto, 14 14,1 | as the spiritual food of souls, whereby may be fed and 15 15,1 | the great benefit of the souls of the faithful, now observed, 16 15,2 | in any way to devour our souls; yet is there no time wherein 17 15,5 | appointed to the cure of souls, of their duty. ~Whereas 18 15,5 | appointed to the cure of souls, be blameless; and that 19 15,5 | though they have no cure of souls; but he shall be for ever 20 22,2 | employed for the cure of souls.--The manner of erecting 21 22,2 | or without the cure of souls, as well Regular as Secular-in 22 22,2 | accordingly; and that the cure of souls, if those places, or those 23 23,1 | all who have the cure of souls, that they frequently, during 24 23,4 | diocese, there is a cure of souls to be attended to, which 25 23,4 | worship, for the salvation of souls, or for the support of the 26 24,2 | is made for the cure of souls. ~Whereas it is by divine 27 24,2 | all, to whom the cure of souls is committed, to know their 28 24,2 | benefice having cure of souls; in such wise, however, 29 24,2 | pastors, and the salvation of souls, be frequently impressed 30 24,2 | if they have the cure of souls, so often as to satisfy 31 25,4 | whatsoever, to which the cure of souls is attached, who has not 32 25,4 | personates, to which no cure of souls is attached, clerics shall 33 25,4 | whatsoever having cure of souls, shall, within two months 34 25,4 | of the salvation of the souls committed to their charge, 35 25,4 | expedient for the salvation of souls, that they be governed by 36 25,4 | accustomed to assign the cure of souls to one or more (priests), 37 26,1 | Purgatory, and that the souls there detained are helped 38 26,3 | charged with the cure of the souls of laymen, they who exercise 39 26,3 | charged with the cure of souls of other Secular persons 40 26,4 | but on the salvation of souls, and on their heavenly country. 41 26,4 | for the welfare of their souls, have left the said legacies 42 26,4 | who exercises the cure of souls. ~The holy Synod ordains, 43 26,4 | whatever, have the cure of souls, shall not henceforth be 44 26,4 | foundation thereof, the cure of souls has been transferred to 45 26,4 | receive again the cure of souls; the name of vicarage cease; 46 26,14| years. ~The Cardinal. To the souls of the most blessed Soveriegn


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