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Council of Trent

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prelates

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1 1 | Council; to receive the prelates as they arrived from various 2 1 | with them those of their prelates who accompanied them, and 3 1 | their kingdoms, and that the prelates whom they had with them, 4 1 | passed by, barely one or two prelates had repaired to Vicenza 5 1 | Resurrection had any other prelates assembled at Vicenza, we, 6 1 | whereat the bishops and prelates can assemble very easily 7 1 | nations, and for allowing all prelates an opportunity of repairing 8 1 | provinces, the bishops and prelates set forth without tergiversation 9 1 | right to obtain from the prelates and princes of Germany in 10 4,2 | understanding that many prelates in divers places are girt 11 6,2 | primates, and all other prelates of the churches be bound 12 6,2 | if the abbots and Regular prelates be negligent in the matters 13 7,2 | CHAPTER I. ~It is meet that prelates reside in their own churches; 14 7,2 | against the said non-resident prelates, according as the greater 15 7,2 | Ordinary of the place. ~The prelates of the churches shall apply 16 7,2 | Bishops and other greater prelates shall visit any churches 17 7,2 | bishops, and other greater prelates, by themselves alone, or 18 8,3 | pains and censures, the prelates and other members of the 19 8,3 | to summon thereunto the prelates and other members of the 20 9,1 | notoriously certain, that the prelates cannot without danger of 21 9,1 | moreover the withdrawal of many prelates since the Session last held, 22 9,1 | congregations by very many other prelates, who wish by all means to 23 9,1 | the small number of the prelates, its beneficial progress 24 9,1 | of the lives of the said prelates, this Council be transferred 25 10,1 | discussed in an assembly of prelates as numerous as the holy 26 13 | hope that very many other prelates, both of Germany and of 27 13 | commodious residence of prelates. And It admonishes and exhorts 28 15,5 | from their own bishops, or prelates; whence it for the most 29 15,5 | time of visitation.~All prelates of the churches, who ought 30 15,5 | canons,--provided those prelates be resident in their own 31 17,1 | Christian princes, and all prelates, to observe, and respectively 32 17,2 | of their piety, that the prelates of their kingdoms and dominions 33 17,2 | kingdoms and dominions for the prelates and their domestics, attendants, 34 24,2 | notwithstanding. ~CHAPTER X. ~Prelates inferior to bishops shall 35 24,2 | Lord all and each of the prelates of the churches, and commands 36 24,2 | shall require. But if the prelates of cathedrals, and of the 37 25,4 | CHAPTER III. ~In what manner Prelates are to make their visitation. ~ 38 26,4 | CHAPTER I. ~Cardinals and all Prelates of the churches shall be 39 26,4 | required in bishops and prelates, are reunited in his person; 40 26,4 | devoutly celebrated, and prelates and other clerics remain, 41 26,14| thirty-nine proctors of absent (prelates) with lawful commission, 42 27 | and of other distinguished prelates, and one worthy of an oecumenical 43 27 | bishops, and all other prelates whatsoever of the churches, 44 27 | assistance and countenance, the prelates in executing and observing 45 27 | honor and power invested ; prelates, to wit, under pain of being


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