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Council of Trent

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constituted

   Document,  Part
1 1 | seal of some ecclesiastic constituted in authority. Wherefore, 2 3,1| bishops, and all others soever constituted in the priestly order, who 3 6,1| justice wherein he had been constituted; and that he incurred, through 4 7,1| one that is justified and constituted in grace, impossible to 5 8,1| ordained, if they have been constituted in minor orders, shall not 6 8,1| criminal causes; whilst those constituted in the greater orders shall 7 14,3| number of) others persons constituted in ecclesiastical dignity, 8 17,2| the seal of some person constituted in ecclesiastical dignity. 9 23,1| commit,--declaring Himself constituted a priest for ever, according 10 23,1| His apostles, whom He then constituted priests of the New Testament; 11 23,4| also have been previously constituted in sacred Order, for the 12 23,4| Regular, church, is not constituted in the order of subdeaconship 13 24,2| tonsure, or even after being constituted in minor orders, shall be 14 25,2| one saith, that clerics constituted in sacred orders, or Regulars, 15 25,4| the election of him who is constituted above all those degrees. ./. 16 27 | signature of some person constituted in ecclesiastical dignity.


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