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Council of Trent

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proceed

   Document,  Part
1 4,1| solicitude may begin and proceed by the grace of God, It 2 5,1| Confession of faith, will proceed, and what testimonies and 3 6,2| competent judge,--who shall proceed summarily, and examine only 4 6,2| preach heresies, let him proceed against him according to 5 6,2| which case the bishop shall proceed by apostolic authority, 6 7,1| soberly, justly, and godly, to proceed onwards through Jesus Christ, 7 7,2| manner. But if the contumacy proceed yet further, the metropolitan 8 7,2| his own supreme See, may proceed against the said non-resident 9 8,1| and they shall otherwise proceed according to the Constitution 10 8,3| Council; to preside and proceed, in the Council thus translated 11 13 | has hitherto delayed to proceed, on account of the absence 12 14,3| sheep, and afterwards to proceed to sharper and more violent 13 14,3| frivolous; but they may proceed to ulterior measures, that 14 14,3| judge shall by no means proceed, without having seen them, 15 14,3| even of other bishops, to proceed against a cleric, even against 16 14,3| shall be able by himself to proceed even to actual and solemn 17 15,5| another, shall by any means proceed against clerics not subject 18 21,1| end that all things may proceed in a more befitting manner, 19 23,4| contumacy increase, they shall proceed against them according to 20 25,4| when the institution is to proceed from any other than the 21 25,4| but they shall not even proceed against clerics, or other 22 26,3| observed. ~CHAPTER XIX. ~How to proceed in cases of pretended invalidity 23 26,4| they judge it expedient, to proceed against all persons whatsoever, 24 26,4| vicar, shall be bound to proceed, both in instituting the 25 26,4| the bishop may at first proceed singly to a summary information, 26 26,4| bishops themselves, who may proceed without the noise and the


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