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Council of Trent

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1 1 | Council,--the calends to wit of May,--drew nigh, we did 2 5,1 | five books of Moses, to wit, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, 3 5,1 | twelve minor prophets, to wit, Osee, Joel, Amos, Abdias, 4 5,2 | sorts of profane uses, to wit, to things scurrilous, fabulous, 5 7,1 | hatred and detestation, to wit, by that penitence which 6 7,1 | maketh us just, that, to wit, with which we being endowed 7 7,1 | hath held and expressed; to wit, that we are therefore said 8 8,1 | or less, than seven, to wit, Baptism, Confirmation, 9 8,1 | three sacrments, Baptism, to wit, Confirmation, and Order, 10 14,1 | it sacramentally only, to wit sinners: others spiritually 11 14,1 | spiritually only, those to wit who eating in desire that 12 15,1 | devil, --the sacrament to wit of Penance, by which the 13 15,1 | the penitent himself, to wit, contrition, confession 14 15,1 | only is to be confessed, to wit, that one has sinned against 15 15,1 | forgiving sins,-public sins to wit by rebuke, provided he that 16 15,3 | sacrament of Penance, to wit, contrition, confession, 17 15,3 | parts only of penance, to wit, the terrors with which 18 15,3 | to absolve from sins, to wit, from public sins by reproof 19 15,5 | themselves, the conservator to wit and the ordinary, concerning 20 17,2 | the enemy of mankind, to wit, striving, and throwing 21 21,1 | greater deliberation; to wit, that dogmas may be treated 22 22,1 | as yet been discussed; to wit, whether the reasons by 23 23,1 | instituted the new Passover, (to wit) Himself to be immolated, 24 23,1 | oblation, of that bloody one to wit, are received most plentifully 25 23,1 | instituted certain rites, to wit that certain things be pronounced 26 23,4 | judge fit; in such wise to wit, that, if those who ought 27 23,5 | been as yet discussed, to wit, whether the reasons by 28 24,1 | to have been in use; to wit those of subdeacon, acolyth, 29 25,4 | he take unto himself, to wit as cardinals, persons the 30 25,4 | in no one's diocese; to wit they shall be visited by 31 25,4 | place to act otherwise, to wit, that the entire costs have 32 25,4 | blessed lord, Pius IV., to wit, "which, the legates and 33 26,1 | faithful who are living, to wit the sacrifices of masses, 34 26,4 | subjoined shall have place: to wit, that the Chapter shall, 35 26,4 | henceforth be observed; (to wit) that they shall not be 36 26,14| were in number CCLV; to wit, four legates, two cardinals, 37 27 | invested ; prelates, to wit, under pain of being interdicted 38 27 | the Lord hath chosen; to wit, to the Apostolic See, the


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