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philemon 1
philippians 1
physician 1
piety 32
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Council of Trent

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piety

   Document,  Part
1 1 | such as relate to Christian piety. Wherefore, upon beholding 2 1 | sacred council, where their piety and virtue would be greatly 3 5,1| with an equal affection of piety, and reverence, all the 4 6,2| it be established by the piety and charity of the most 5 6,2| disseminated under the semblance of piety, the same holy Synod ordains, 6 14,1| devotion of soul, with such piety and worship as to be able 7 15,1| the loftiest pretext of piety, impugned by those who have 8 15,3| or by other works also of piety; and that, therefore, the 9 17,2| ourselves from their exceeding piety and wisdom,--we found very 10 17,2| diligent care, worthy of their piety, that the prelates of their 11 23,1| of a certain holiness and piety, and raise up unto God the 12 23,1| visible signs of religion and piety, to the contemplation of 13 23,2| rather than offices of piety; let him be anathema. ~CANON 14 23,3| outward show of devotion and piety. Whereas, therefore, either 15 23,3| false imitation of true piety, may have introduced. And 16 23,4| continually instructs others unto piety, and the service of God, 17 24,2| and so conspicuous for piety and chasteness of morals, 18 24,2| from its tender years, unto piety and religion, before habits 19 25,4| might be pre-eminent in piety, be an example to others, 20 26,1| there is no increase of piety, be excluded from popular 21 26,1| alms, and other works of piety, which have been wont to 22 26,2| love God, and to cultivate piety. But if any one shall teach, 23 26,2| consonant with truth and piety. But if any doubtful, or 24 26,3| Roman Pontiff will, of his piety and prudence, make it his 25 26,4| example to them in regard of piety, religion, and the protection 26 26,8| those which serve to promote piety, such as the devout and 27 27 | the part of all persons of piety, whilst the Church daily 28 27 | impelled also by their own piety, been gathered together 29 27 | very many other persons of piety, pre-eminent for skill in 30 27 | were assisted at with great piety by the clergy and people; 31 27 | and princes, with that piety with which they assisted, 32 27 | the Council, with the same piety and equal zeal, for the


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