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Council of Trent

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religion

   Document,  Part
1 1 | to maintain the Christian religion in its integrity, and to 2 1 | people, and to the Christian religion its integrity; yet were 3 1 | of whose faith, and whose religion are now so sorely assailed 4 1 | and truth of the Christian religion; the restoration of good 5 2,1| the Christian faith and religion; for the extirpation of 6 7,1| the orthodox doctrine of religion, who assert that the just 7 8,1| increase of the Christian religion, the work which It hath 8 11,2| dissensions touching our religion, which for a long time have 9 11,2| faith and of the orthodox religion, and may, as far as in us 10 11,2| Christendom, in cultivating true religion, and the doctrine of the 11 12,1| the Christian faith and religion, that the sacred, oecumenical, 12 15,5| days, have the contempt of religion and the rashness of some 13 16,2| punished under pretence of religion,- or of offences already 14 17,1| back to its pristine state, religion which was miserably divided 15 18,1| faith, and of the Christian religion, that the sacred, ocecumenical, 16 18,1| controversies concerning religion, restraining deceitful tongues, 17 19,3| punished under pretence of religion, or of offences already 18 22,1| beginning of the Christian religion, not been unfrequent, yet, 19 23,1| by those visible signs of religion and piety, to the contemplation 20 23,3| worship, rather than of true religion; and they shall instruct 21 24,2| tender years, unto piety and religion, before habits of vice have 22 25,2| the solemn profession of religion by one of the married parties; 23 25,4| exhortations and admonitions, to religion, peacefulness, and innocence; 24 25,4| controversies concerning religion, restraining deceitful tongues, 25 26,2| primitive times of the Christian religion, and agreeably to the consent 26 26,4| be more easily excited to religion and innocence, if they shall 27 26,4| for the advancement of religion and of ecclesiastical discipline. 28 26,4| them in regard of piety, religion, and the protection of the


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