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Council of Trent

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jurisdiction

   Document,  Part
1 6,2| that he is exempt from the jurisdiction of the bishop, and even 2 14,3| things which relate to the jurisdiction of bishops, in order that 3 15,1| ordinary or a deligated jurisdiction, ought to be of no weight 4 15,5| subjects,-and from whose jurisdiction, by the statutes of this 5 15,5| otherwise be subject to their jurisdiction,--for their excesses, crimes, 6 15,5| clerics. ~CHAPTER V. ~The jurisdiction of Conservators is confined 7 15,5| concerning competency of jurisdiction, the cause shall not be 8 15,5| suspicion, or competency of jurisdiction. Neither shall these letters 9 23,4| by right, nor custom, any jurisdiction, administration, or office, 10 24,2| themselves from Secular jurisdiction. ~CHAPTER V ~Wherewith those 11 24,2| the See, succeed to the jurisdiction of the bishop, in lieu of 12 25,3| women, who live under their jurisdiction,-especially such as are 13 25,4| these days, confusion in the jurisdiction of bishops, and to give 14 25,4| continue subject to the jurisdiction of the Ordinary; any inhibitions 15 25,4| him, of their functions, jurisdiction, administration, or of any 16 25,4| for the examination and jurisdiction of the bishop only; even 17 25,4| them, or to disturb their jurisdiction, but they shall not even 18 26,3| of the sacraments, to the jurisdiction, visitation, and correction 19 26,3| episcopal and temporary jurisdiction over the parish priests 20 26,3| bishops who exercise a greater jurisdiction over the places, or persons 21 26,3| bishops, but have a lawful jurisdiction over other inferior monasteries, 22 26,4| in all other things, the jurisdiction and power of the Chapter, 23 26,4| a power, authority, and jurisdiction greater than that which 24 26,4| understood to be deprived of jurisdiction and dominion over any city, 25 26,4| her liberty, immunity, and jurisdiction; being themselves an example


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