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27 sufficient
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Council of Trent

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sufficient

   Document,  Part
1 6,2| should not be any, or not any sufficient, prebend, let the metropolitan, 2 14,2| saith, that faith alone is a sufficient preparation for receiving 3 15,5| which, however, is without a sufficient endowment. But, in case 4 16,1| order that they may have sufficient time and leisure, not only 5 16,2| a full,- effectual, and sufficient security in coming, sojourning, 6 16,2| proportionate chastisement and a sufficient reparation, which the Synod 7 16,2| proportionate chastisement and a sufficient reparation, which the Germans 8 16,2| further, after they have had a sufficient audience, and twenty days 9 16,2| or clause whatever, and a sufficient reparation shall not have 10 19,3| for a full, effectual, and sufficient security in coming, sojourning, 11 19,3| proportionate chastisement and a sufficient reparation, which the Synod 12 19,3| proportionate chastisement and a sufficient reparation, which the Germans 13 19,3| further, after they have had a sufficient audience, and twenty days 14 19,3| or clause whatever, and a sufficient reparation shall not have 15 22,1| under either species ./. is sufficient for them unto salvation. 16 22,2| benefice, or even means sufficient; the holy Synod ordains, 17 22,2| ecclesiastical benefice sufficient for his honest livelihood: 18 22,2| they shall have obtained a sufficient ecclesiastical benefice, 19 22,2| many priests as shall be sufficient to administer the sacraments, 20 22,2| to contribute what may be sufficient for the sustenance of the 21 22,2| of the fruits for their sufficient maintenance, or provide 22 22,2| resources should not be sufficient, they shall compel, by all 23 25,4| slight that they are not sufficient to meet the necessary charges, 24 25,4| distributions, they are not sufficient for the decent maintenance 25 25,4| indeed that benefice be not sufficient to afford a decent livelihood 26 25,4| simple benefice that may be sufficient; provided that both do not 27 26,3| See. But if there be not a sufficient number of monasteries, within


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