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Council of Trent

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   Document,  Part
1 1 | the oath which they have taken to us and to this holy See, 2 6,1| each one as his own, --is taken away either by the powers 3 6,1| proper nature of sin is not taken away; but says that it is 4 6,2| the case shall have been taken cognizance of, and decided. ~ 5 8,1| exempted persons which may be taken cognizance of by bishops. ~ 6 14,2| use, whilst it is being taken, and not either before or 7 14,3| episcopal causes shall be taken cognizance of by the Supreme 8 15,5| in wait for him, is to be taken away from the altar, (q) 9 16,2| proper measures may be taken for their safety. The holy 10 17,1| course, and all hope was taken away of further progress 11 17,2| schisms and heresies may be taken away; that morals may be 12 17,2| the oath which they have taken, and under the penalties 13 19,3| proper measures may be taken for their safety. The holy 14 22,2| very great care ought to be taken, lest those things which 15 23,3| What great care is to be taken, that the sacred and holy 16 24,1| can neither be effaced nor taken away; the holy Synod with 17 24,2| before habits of vice have taken possession of the whole 18 25,4| enlightened care is to be taken, that in the house of the 19 25,4| have been caution enough taken. Wherefore It ordains, that, 20 25,4| province, except for a cause taken cognizance and approved 21 25,4| greater causes shall be taken cognizance of by the Sovereign 22 25,4| or deprivation, shall be taken cognizance of and decided 23 25,4| causes of bishops shall be taken cognizance of and decided 24 25,4| being, by these privileges, taken away from the Ordinaries, 25 25,4| so united shall be again taken cognizance of by the Ordinaries, 26 25,4| relate to benefices, shall be taken cognizance of, in the first 27 25,4| the proceedings that have taken place before the bishop, 28 25,4| should be added to, or taken from, any one. ~ 29 26,2| unless the said bishop has taken cognizance and approved 30 26,2| matters, shall, after having taken the advice of theologians, 31 26,4| has been first diligently taken cognizance of by the most 32 26,4| See, shall be carefully taken cognizance of by the said 33 26,4| after the cause has been taken cognizance of, and after


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