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Council of Trent

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permission

   Document,  Part
1 7,2| another, save by the express permission of the Ordinary of the place, 2 15,5| another, without the express permission of the ordinary of the place, 3 15,5| another, ordinarily obtain permission easily from their superior 4 22,2| or remitted, without the permission of the bishop, until they 5 23,4| kings, except with their permission; also the eleemosynary institutions, 6 24,2| And they shall not obtain permission to be absent,--which is 7 24,2| lives with the bishop's permission in an ecclesiastical seminary, 8 25,3| of some other priest by permission of the said parish priest, 9 25,3| parish priest, and that permission to give the aforesaid benediction 10 25,3| when married, without the permission of their parish priest, 11 25,3| they shall have obtained permission from him for so doing. ~ 12 26,3| or who had not received permission to that effect by apostolic 13 26,3| henceforth erected, without the permission of the bishop, in whose 14 26,3| Regular shall not, without the permission of his Superior, either 15 26,3| place, whatsoever, without permission from his own Superior; nor 16 26,3| of a nunnery, without the permission of the bishop, or of the 17 26,3| Superior ought to grant this permission in necessary cases only; 18 26,3| unless it be made with permission of the bishop, or of his 19 26,3| with his habit without the permission of his superior; shall be 20 26,3| order less rigid; nor shall permission be granted to any Regular


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