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Council of Trent

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1 1 | our predecessors, to the state of the times, to our own 2 1 | day by day into a worse state. The Hungarians, upon the 3 1 | daily hurrying on to a worse state; Hungary overwhelmed by 4 7,1 | a translation, from that state wherein man is born a child 5 7,1 | of the first Adam, to the state of grace, and of the adoption 6 7,1 | punishments; as also those who state, that the just sin in all 7 7,1 | divine law according to the state of this life, and to have 8 11,2 | the said Council in the state wherein it now is. For We 9 11,2 | on account of our age, state of health, and the necessities 10 13 | the said Council in the state wherein it now is, whereas 11 16,2 | persons whatsoever, of what state, condition, or quality soever 12 16,2 | Secular persons, of whatsoever state and condition they may be, 13 16,2 | of whatsoever condition, state or pre-eminence, shall violate -- 14 17,1 | bring back to its pristine state, religion which was miserably 15 17,1 | accordingly, for that the state of the times has so required, 16 19,3 | persons whatsoever, of what state, condition, or quality soever 17 19,3 | secular persons, of whatsoever state and condition they may be, 18 19,3 | of whatsoever condition, state, or pre-eminence, shall 19 22,2 | In order, also, that the state of those churches, wherein 20 24,2 | employment and office in the state attached to the bishoprics; 21 24,2 | deemed more expedient, to state publicly in the church the 22 24,2 | obligation of this their state of life; and may exercise 23 25,2 | saith, that the marriage state is to be placed above the 24 25,2 | is to be placed above the state of virginity, or of celibacy, 25 25,3 | parties who live on in a state of damnation, when, having 26 25,3 | men also to live in this state of damnation, and to have 27 25,3 | or married, of whatsoever state, dignity, and condition 28 25,4 | those degrees. ./. For the state and order of the whole household 29 26,3 | shall be suitable to the state of poverty which they have 30 26,3 | monastic life. But the present state of the times is so fraught 31 26,4 | benefices be reduced to a state of servitude, as by many 32 26,4 | this kind to their former state of liberty; without injury 33 26,4 | found to have been in this state from time immemorial, if 34 26,4 | restored to its ancient state. ~CHAPTER XVII. ~Bishops 35 26,4 | all and each of whatsoever state and dignity they be, that, 36 26,10| and continue in the same state as they were before the


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