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Council of Trent

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established

   Document,  Part
1 1 | peace might be perfectly established by the authority of the 2 1 | council; for that, peace once established, the council itself would 3 1 | until after peace had been established; whilst all the parties 4 5,2| with the penalties by law established. ~And wishing, as is just, 5 6,2| lectures there may be, whether established by custom, or in any other 6 6,2| been instituted, let it be established by the piety and charity 7 7,1| neither is our own justice established as our own as from ourselves; 8 8,1| these present canons be established and decreed; intending, 9 10,1| purposed to treat, might be established and promulgated,-ought to 10 15,5| these canons following be established and decreed. ~CHAPTER I. ~ 11 22,2| Whereas benefices were established in order to the performance 12 23,4| fruits soever, are to be established; on whom the portion of 13 24,2| that a college cannot be established in certain (churches) thereof; 14 24,2| college cannot conveniently be established, and there shall the youths 15 24,2| things on the one erected and established in the (episcopal) city. ~ 16 25,4| the things following be established in the present Session. ~ 17 25,4| which have elsewhere been established by this same Council, under 18 25,4| cathedral churches, were established to preserve and increase 19 25,4| which has been heretofore established by the sacred canons, or 20 26,3| convents of nuns which are established outside the walls of a city 21 26,3| congregations have been established, the general Chapters thereof, 22 26,4| regulations which have been well established, no alteration be made by 23 26,4| such prebends have been established in this manner, in such 24 26,4| to have been legitimately established on account of some most 25 26,4| appointments of the canons has been established; but (see) that they render,


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