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Council of Trent

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consent

   Document,  Part
1 1 | opinions of those princes whose consent seemed to us to be specially 2 1 | to wait no longer for the consent of any prince, but to look 3 5,2| contrary to the unanimous consent of the Fathers; even though 4 6,1| councils, and the judgment and consent of the Church itself, ordains, 5 6,1| cannot injure those who consent not, but resist manfully 6 7,1| sense which the perpetual consent of the Catholic Church hath 7 7,1| that it cannot refuse its consent, if it would, but that, 8 8,1| promulgated with the unanimous consent of the Fathers in the last 9 8,1| apostolic traditions, and to the consent of other councils and of 10 8,3| lately, with the advice and consent of our venerable brethren 11 8,3| indicted with the advice and consent aforesaid, for the city 12 8,3| upon the like advice and consent, unto another more opportune 13 8,3| and with the advice and consent aforesaid, by the tenor 14 11,2| and with the advice and consent of our venerable brethren 15 15,1| and words so clear, the consent of all the Fathers has ever 16 15,1| with a great and unanimous consent, the vain calumny of those 17 15,5| domestic, without the express consent of that individual's proper 18 15,5| table, without the express consent of, or without letters demissory 19 16,2| approved Councils, the consent of the Catholic Church, 20 17,1| convocation thereof, the consent and authority of his Iloliness, 21 19,3| approved Councils, the consent of the Catholic Church, 22 23,1| resolved, with the unanimous consent of all the Fathers, to condemn, 23 24,1| tradition, and the unanimous consent of the Fathers, it is clear 24 24,1| other orders, neither the consent, nor vocation, nor authority, 25 24,1| conferred by them, without the consent, or vocation of the people, 26 25,3| marriages, made with the free consent of the contracting parties, 27 25,3| of a family, without the consent of their parents, are invalid, 28 25,3| and heard their mutual consent, shall either say, "I join 29 25,3| safe and free place, shall consent to have him for her husband, 30 25,4| themselves only, with the consent of the bishop, and assisted 31 25,4| for the bishop, with the consent of the Chapter, either to 32 25,4| suppressing some of them,-with the consent of the patron, if the right 33 26,2| religion, and agreeably to the consent of the holy Fathers, and 34 26,3| inconvenience; with the consent of the bishop, or other 35 26,3| thereunto, save with the consent of the said bishop, and 36 26,3| act, by their presence, or consent, or authority. ~It also 37 26,4| with whose counsel and consent the bishop, or his vicar,


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