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Council of Trent

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species

   Document,  Part
1 14,1| substantially contained under the species of those sensible things. 2 14,1| divinity, are under the species of bread and wine; but the 3 14,1| the Body indeed under the species of bread, and the Blood 4 14,1| and the Blood under the species of wine, by the force of 5 14,1| the body itself under the species of wine, and the blood under 6 14,1| and the blood under the species of bread, and the soul under 7 14,1| is contained under either species as under both; for Christ 8 14,1| and entire is under the species of bread, and under any 9 14,1| part whatsoever of that species; likewise the whole (Christ) 10 14,1| whole (Christ) is under the species of wine, and under the parts 11 14,1| which He offered under the species of bread to be truly His 12 14,2| wine into the Blood-the species Only of the bread and wine 13 14,2| contained under each ./. species, and under every part of 14 14,2| under every part of each species, when separated; let him 15 14,4| venerable sacrament under both species. And; whether he who communicates 16 14,4| communicates under either species receive less than he who 17 14,4| communicating, under the species of bread only, the laity, 18 15,1| circumstances which change the species of the sin are also to be 19 15,3| circumstances which change the species of a sin; but (saith) that 20 22,1| ON COMMUNION UNDER BOTH SPECIES, AND THE COMMUNION OF INFANTS]~ 21 22,1| to communion under both species, and the com-munion of infants, 22 22,1| to communion under both species. ~Wherefore, this holy Synod,-- 23 22,1| the Eucharist under both species ; and that neither can it 24 22,1| that communion under either species ./. is sufficient for them 25 22,1| venerable sacrament in the species of bread and wine; not therefore 26 22,1| the Lord, to receive both species. But neither is it rightly 27 22,1| that the communion of both species was enjoined by the Lord : 28 22,1| although the use of both species has,--from the beginning 29 22,1| communicating under one species, and decreed that it was 30 22,1| are received under either species. ~It moreover declares, 31 22,1| apostles, this sacrament in two species, yet is to be acknowledged, 32 22,1| are received under either species alone; and that therefore, 33 22,1| thereof, they, who receive one species alone, are not defrauded 34 22,1| ON COMMUNION UNDER BOTH SPECIES, AND ON THE COMMUNION OF 35 22,1| Christ ought to receive both species of the most holy sacrament 36 22,1| to communicate, under the species of bread only, laymen, and 37 22,1| is received under the one species of bread; because that-as 38 22,1| Christ himself, under both species; let him be anathema. ~CANON 39 22,1| communicate, under the one species of bread only, laymen, and 40 23,1| body and blood under the species of bread and wine; and, 41 23,5| communicate, under the one species of bread, laymen and also


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