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Council of Trent

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expedient

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1 7,2 | Lord to be salutary and expedient. ~CHAPTER II. ~It is not 2 7,2 | remedies; as to them shall seem expedient for the good government 3 8,1 | Ordinaries shall deem it expedient for the good of the churches 4 9,1 | order, until it shall seem expedient, to our most holy Lord and 5 10,1 | is good, opportunie, and expedient, that the aforenamed Session, 6 10,1 | pleasure, as It shall think expedient for the business of the 7 11,2 | seems good, opportune, and expedient,-as also our most dearly 8 15,2 | obtains bodily health, when expedient for the welfare of the soul. ~ 9 21,1 | pleasure, as it shall judge expedient for the business of the 10 22,1 | soever it may judge most expedient, for the profit of those 11 22,3 | pleasure, as It shall judge expedient for the affairs of the Council, 12 23,1 | nevertheless, it has not seemed expedient to the Fathers, that it 13 24,2 | person as may be deemed more expedient, to state publicly in the 14 24,2 | long a period as shall seem expedient to his own Ordinary. ~CHAPTER 15 24,2 | bishop shall think it more expedient to act otherwise; that so 16 24,2 | shall, when it seems to him expedient, assign some of them to 17 24,2 | which the bishop shall judge expedient. And, henceforth, those 18 24,2 | colleges, as shall be judged expedient, in the metro-politan, or 19 24,2 | diocese, as to him shall seem expedient; which seminaries shall 20 24,2 | shall seem necessary and expedient for the happy advancement 21 25,3 | Ordinary shall himself judge it expedient, that the publications aforesaid 22 25,3 | often as they shall judge it expedient. It ordains, moreover, that 23 25,4 | blessed Pontiff shall judge it expedient to act otherwise. ~And the 24 25,4 | to them shall seem most expedient. ~CHAPTER IV. ~By whom, 25 25,4 | shall judge such preaching expedient, at the charge of those 26 25,4 | when he judges it more expedient, commute this kind of public 27 25,4 | apportion, as he shall judge expedient, to which thereof each of 28 25,4 | herein as may be judged expedient. ~CHAPTER XIII. ~In what 29 25,4 | what churches it may be expedient, on account of their small 30 25,4 | prudence, as he may judge expedient, either unite together the 31 25,4 | examined. ~It is most highly expedient for the salvation of souls, 32 25,4 | country, judge this more expedient,--those who may wish to 33 25,4 | deputed, he shall judge this expedient; observing however the other 34 26,2 | up. And if at times, when expedient for the unlettered people; 35 26,3 | shall, if they think it expedient, make it their care that 36 26,4 | for them, if they judge it expedient, to proceed against all 37 26,4 | regulation as shall seem to them expedient. ~It frequently happens, 38 26,4 | circumstances, judge to be most expedient for God's honour and worship, 39 26,4 | shall seem to be the most expedient to the Ordinary, aided by 40 26,4 | deliberation. ~As it is expedient for the public good, to 41 26,7 | prudence that which may be expedient for the universal Church 42 26,11| persons whom he shall deem it expedient (to employ) in treating


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