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approved

   Document,  Part
1 3,1| condemned; and those to be approved of be approved; that so, 2 3,1| those to be approved of be approved; that so, throughout the 3 5,2| so many years, has been approved of in the Church, be, in 4 5,2| been first examined, and approved of, by the Ordinary; under 5 5,2| been first examined, and approved of, they shall be subjected 6 5,2| that so what ought to be approved, may be approved, and what 7 5,2| ought to be approved, may be approved, and what ought to be condemned, 8 6,1| holy Fathers, of the most approved councils, and the judgment 9 6,2| Sovereign Pontiffs, and of approved councils, and embracing 10 6,2| previously examined and approved of by the bishop of the 11 6,2| they have been examined and approved of as regards their life, 12 6,2| known to them, and are of approved morals and doctrine,--to 13 7,2| save for a just cause to be approved of by the bishop, who even 14 8,1| saith, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, 15 8,1| previously examined and approved of by the Ordinary; with 16 15,5| though they shall have been approved of as competent by him who 17 16,2| traditions of the apostles, approved Councils, the consent of 18 16,2| that may with reason be approved of and praised by the (interested) 19 19,3| traditions of the apostles, ./. approved Councils, the consent of 20 19,3| that may with reason be approved of and praised by the (interested) 21 22,1| weighty and just reasons,- has approved of this custom of communicating 22 23,1| each church, and the rite approved of by the holy Roman Church, 23 23,3| besides those which have been approved of by the Church, and have 24 24,2| lawful absence are to be approved of in writing by the most 25 24,2| made known to, and been approved of by, the bishop, they 26 24,2| a suitable vicar, to be approved of by the Ordinary. And 27 24,2| unless they have been already approved of and examined. ~CHAPTER 28 24,2| but who have also been approved to be, by a careful previous 29 24,2| confessions, unless he be approved of by the Ordinary. ~Although 30 24,2| supplied by married clerics of approved life; provided they have 31 24,2| by themselves, and to be approved of by the Ordinary. And 32 25,1| Church, and from the usage approved of since the times of the 33 25,4| cause taken cognizance and approved of in the provincial Council. ~ 34 25,4| visitation, shall be first approved of by the bishop; but the 35 25,4| shall satisfy, and shall be approved of by, the said Synod. And 36 25,4| amongst those who have been approved of by the examiners, him 37 25,4| aforesaid, and have been approved of by the examiners, according 38 25,4| other person, who has been approved of and elected as above: 39 26,2| except that image have been approved of by the bishop: also, 40 26,2| has taken cognizance and approved thereof; who, as soon as 41 26,3| lawful cause, which is to be approved of by the bishop; any indults 42 26,3| with their pious institute, approved of by the holy Apostolic 43 26,4| four, or even more, persons approved of and qualified as above, 44 26,7| people most salutary, and approved of ./. by the authority 45 26,7| accordance with the ancient and approved custom in the Church, moderation


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