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Council of Trent

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provided

   Document,  Part
1 6,2 | not belong to any diocese, provided the clergy be numerous there,-- 2 6,2 | as he continues teaching, provided however, that the said benefice 3 6,2 | the bishops be wanting, provided those churches be really 4 8,1 | except in the cases by law provided. ~CHAPTER XIII. ~Individuals 5 9,1 | as being a place better provided, more healthy, and fit, 6 14,1 | their office to celebrate, provided the opportunity of a confessor 7 15,1 | public sins to wit by rebuke, provided he that is rebuked shall 8 15,2 | his servants at all times provided with salutary remedies against 9 15,3 | forgiven to him who confesses; provided only he believe himself 10 15,3 | public sins by reproof only, provided he who is reproved yield 11 15,5 | appointments of the canons,--provided those prelates be resident 12 15,5 | save to two only, and this provided they live at his proper 13 22,2 | letter, or testimonial ; provided still that there be no salary 14 22,2 | discharge of this office; and provided that no emolument, out of 15 23,4 | unless it be otherwise provided by the foundation. ~The 16 23,4 | been otherwise expressly provided. But if from custom, or 17 23,5 | request is made, may be provided for in the best manner,-- 18 24,2 | unicis, shall be observed; provided the said clerks, being deputed 19 24,2 | been promoted per saltum, provided they have not exercised 20 24,2 | clerics of approved life; provided they have not been twice 21 24,2 | those of the more wealthy, provided they be maintained at their 22 24,2 | schools of this nature may be provided for at less expense, the 23 25,4 | unite together the slightly provided churches, or improve them 24 25,4 | aided by certain fruits; provided however those benefices 25 25,4 | sacred canons have holily provided that no one ought to be 26 25,4 | that may be sufficient; provided that both do not require 27 25,4 | the Bishop, until it be provided with a Parish Priest: in 28 25,4 | church, until it shall be provided with a rector. Moreover, 29 25,4 | said church, until it be provided for, either by the appointment 30 25,4 | transferring those acts, provided that he wishes to make use 31 26,3 | whatsoever,--except in the cases provided for by law,--to enter a 32 26,4 | sword against delinquents ; provided however the character of 33 26,4 | administration of hospitals,--provided, however, they be not subject 34 26,4 | unless it be otherwise provided in the foundation thereof; 35 26,11| necessities of the provinces be provided for, either by summoning


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