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Council of Trent

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1 6,1| themselves, are for this cause truly baptized for the remission 2 6,1| condemnation to those who are truly buried together with Christ 3 6,1| be called sin, as being truly and properly sin in those 4 7,1| not only reputed, but are truly called, and are, just, receiving 5 7,1| which reason it is most truly said, that Faith without 6 7,1| asserted,-that they who are truly justified must needs, without 7 7,1| of this life, and to have truly merited eternal life, to 8 7,1| whatsoever way they be done, are truly sins, or merit the hatred 9 7,1| any one saith, that man is truly absolved from his sins and 10 7,1| justified; or, that no one is truly justified but he who believes 11 7,1| falls and sins was never truly justified; or, on the other 12 7,1| living member he is, does not truly merit increase of grace, 13 8,1| one of these seven is not truly and properly a sacrament; 14 14,1| Christ, true God and man, is truly, really, and substantially 15 14,1| the species of bread to be truly His own body, therefore 16 14,1| Redeemer for so ineffable and truly divine a benefit, whereby 17 14,1| and that it may be to them truly the life of the soul, and 18 14,2| Eucharist, are contained truly, really, and substantially, 19 15,1| seriously and absolving truly,--he is nevertheless truly 20 15,1| truly,--he is nevertheless truly and in God's sight absolved, 21 15,1| plainest manner possible. And truly the nature of divine justice 22 15,2| instituted by Christ our Lord, as truly and properly a sacrament 23 15,3| Catholic Church Penance is not truly and properly a sacrament, 24 15,3| not but that a priest may truly absolve from reserved cases; 25 15,4| that Extreme Unction is not truly and properly a sacrament, 26 22,2| so all men may at length truly understand, that these heavenly 27 23,1| that this sacrifice is truly propritiatory and that by 28 23,1| ought to be considered as truly common; partly because the 29 23,3| to be, and may be called, truly a house of prayer. ~Lastly, 30 24,1| CHAPTER III. ~That Order is truly and properly a Sacrament. ~ 31 24,1| ought to doubt that Order is truly and properly one of the 32 24,1| sacred ordination, is not truly and properly a sacrament 33 25,2| saith, that matrimony is not truly and properly one of the 34 25,4| one of the parties shall truly prove his property in the 35 26,4| though those benefices be truly, by foundation or endowment,

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