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Council of Trent

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examination

   Document,  Part
1 4,2| interim, the discussion and examination of those things which it 2 5,2| be Regulars, besides this examination and approval, they shall 3 5,2| the approbation and the examination, shall be done gratis, that 4 8,1| undergone a previous careful examination. ~CHAPTER XII. ~Faculties 5 8,1| being bound to undergo that examination. Those, however, are to 6 11,1| prosecution of the discussion and examination, as well of those things 7 15,1| which, after a diligent examination of themselves, they are 8 15,3| acquired by means of the examination, collection, and detestation 9 15,5| been, without his previous examination and commendatory letters, 10 23,4| shall be subject to the examination and judgment of the Bishops. ~ 11 23,4| Apostolic See, may, by actual examination search into the competency 12 24,2| nor without a diligent examination by the bishop; all privileges 13 24,2| be, by a careful previous examination, capable of teaching the 14 24,2| by the bishops, after an examination if they shall think it necessary, 15 25,4| province a proper form of examination, scrutiny, or information, 16 25,4| however, that, after that this examination, or scrutiny, as regards 17 25,4| have been found, by the examination or scrutiny, suitable persons. 18 25,4| must be subjected to the examination herein prescribed later,- 19 25,4| that number to make the examination with him; and afterwards, 20 25,4| after, on account of this examination; otherwise, both the receivers 21 25,4| their duty. ~Then, after the examination is completed, a report shall 22 25,4| the trouble of all this examination; or should no one seek to 23 25,4| one seek to undergo this examination; or if, by reason of the 24 25,4| have recourse to a private examination, if, in his conscience, 25 25,4| regulations concerning the form of examination, to provide accordingly. ~ 26 25,4| shall be reserved for the examination and jurisdiction of the 27 26,4| they shall, upon a diligent examination of the circumstances, judge


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