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Council of Trent

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peace

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1 1 | For, whereas we saw that peace was needful to free and 2 1 | should be united together in peace and concord; We ceased not 3 1 | of God and to bring about peace, undertook a long journey, 4 1 | our journey and message of peace, should be able ourselves 5 1 | work, the negotiation of peace; and this with all the zeal, 6 1 | sense our endeavours after peace, we are indeed grieved; 7 1 | name of Jesus who is our peace. However, in that our meeting 8 1 | sins, a true and lasting peace could not be concluded between 9 1 | commodiously, and further that peace might be perfectly established 10 1 | perfect re-establishment of peace,--all of which could not, 11 1 | that the negotiation of peace might precede the celebration 12 1 | of the council; for that, peace once established, the council 13 1 | was, indeed, this hope of peace, thus held out to us, that 14 1 | received our earnest wishes for peace. The conclusion, then, of 15 1 | conclusion, then, of this peace was both desired and urged; 16 1 | entered upon until after peace had been established; whilst 17 1 | throughout by the same desire of peace, and by the wishes of so 18 1 | and to that conclusion of peace which was later to bring 19 1 | longer scarcely any hope of peace, and the scheme of procuring 20 1 | For we hoped that both peace might thereby be restored 21 1 | correction of evil manners; the peace, unity, and concord both 22 2,1 | extirpation of heresies; for the peace and union of the Church; 23 3,1 | pray daily in private for peace between Christian princes, 24 3,1 | peaceable life, may enjoy peace, and see an increase of 25 8,3 | Church,-upon hearing that peace had been made between our 26 8,3 | that same city as angels of peace, as in divers our letters 27 11,2 | Almighty God, procure the peace of the Church and the increase 28 15,1 | is wont to be followed by peace and serenity of conscience, 29 16,1 | provide for its tranquillity, peace and repose; being ready, 30 16,2 | security, and the blessing of peace and reconciliation, that 31 17,2 | mercy, vouchsafed to grant peace and unanimity to Christian 32 17,2 | corrected and reformed; that peace may be pre-served amongst 33 18,1 | Church a true and Christian peace? They answered: It pleaseth 34 19,1 | things that are for the peace of the Church, that we all, 35 19,1 | perfection, and to show forth the peace of Christ rejoicing in thoir 36 19,3 | security, and the blessing of peace and reconciliation, that 37 20,1 | Jesus Christ, the author of peace, that He would sanctify 38 25,4 | church a true and Christian peace," declares that it was not 39 26,13| reverend Fathers, go in peace. ~They answered: Amen. ~ 40 26,14| general Council was begun, peace from the Lord, and eternal 41 27 | discipline, to procure time peace and concord of the Christiain


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