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1 1 | to the next calends of May. This having been firmly 2 1 | the calends to wit of May,--drew nigh, we did not 3 1 | as from the tenor thereof may be clearly seen. This necessary 4 1 | difficulties. We know that what may be looked for from our councils 5 1 | eternity. But if, which we hope may not be the case, they shall 6 1 | ambassadors, men of weight, who may each in the council represent 7 1 | own wisdom and truth,--we may, in the said sacred ecumenical 8 1 | and the contents thereof, may come to the knowledge of 9 1 | concerns, and that no one may plead as an excuse ignorance 10 1 | especially also as there may not perhaps be free access 11 3,1 | and for all men, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable 12 3,1 | quiet and peaceable life, may enjoy peace, and see an 13 3,1 | purity of Catholic truth may, by the assistance of Jesus 14 3,1 | things which need reformation may be reformed; the said Synod 15 3,1 | the intention of the Synod may be best carried out and 16 3,1 | things to be condemned, may be condemned; and those 17 3,1 | throughout the whole world, all may, with one mouth, and with 18 3,1 | that neither the hearers may be offended, nor the rectitude 19 4,1 | of faith, wherewith they may be able to extinguish all 20 4,1 | this its pious solicitude may begin and proceed by the 21 4,2 | considering that all that may be decreed by the said sacred 22 4,2 | by the said sacred Synod may seem to be in so much the 23 5,1 | this decree, lest a doubt may arise in any one's mind, 24 5,2 | considering that no small utility may accrue to the Church of 25 5,2 | what ought to be approved, may be approved, and what ought 26 5,2 | what ought to be condemned, may be condemned. ~Besides the 27 5,2 | contempt, and that no one may hence forth dare in any 28 6,1 | impossible to please God, may, errors being purged away, 29 6,1 | that the Christian people may not be carried about with 30 6,1 | sins, that in them that may be cleansed away by regeneration, 31 6,2 | liberality delivered unto men, may not lie neglected, hath 32 6,2 | large town, even though they may not belong to any diocese, 33 6,2 | diocese, or otherwise, as may be most convenient, provide 34 6,2 | whatsoever other lectures there may be, whether established 35 6,2 | poor scholars, that so they may afterwards, with God's blessing, 36 6,2 | and profitable provision may not be, under any colourable 37 6,2 | restored. And that impiety may not be disseminated under 38 6,2 | follow after, that they may escape everlasting punishment, 39 6,2 | this duty,--even though he may plead, on whatsoever ground, 40 6,2 | even though the churches may be, in whatsoever way, said 41 6,2 | of whatsoever order they may be, may not preach even 42 6,2 | whatsoever order they may be, may not preach even in the churches 43 6,2 | bishop, without which they may not on any account preach 44 6,2 | whatsoever condition they may be, shall not in any way 45 7,1 | were alienated from God, may be disposed through His 46 7,1 | enemy a friend, that so he may be an heir according to 47 7,1 | and for us, that so they may bear it before the judgment-seat 48 7,1 | our Lord Jesus Christ, and may have life everlasting. ~ 49 7,1 | that alone; seeing that it may exist, yea does in our day 50 7,1 | weakness and indisposition, may have fear and apprehension 51 7,1 | with Christ, that so he may be also glori-fied with 52 7,1 | the prize? So run that you may obtain. I therefore so run, 53 7,1 | more that by good works you may make sure your calling and 54 7,1 | aim principally that God may be gloried, have in view 55 7,1 | grace of Justification, they may be again justified, when, 56 7,1 | subjoin these canons, that all may know not only what they 57 7,1 | any one saith, that man may be justified before God 58 7,1 | only for this, that man may be able more easily to live 59 7,1 | the grace of Justification may be bestowed upon him; let 60 7,2 | of his own supreme See, may proceed against the said 61 7,2 | or less contumacy of each may require, and provide the 62 8,1 | administration of the sacraments, may be contemned, or without 63 8,1 | retaining the one which they may prefer, to resign the rest, 64 8,1 | made within forty years, may be examined into by the 65 8,1 | soever, or custom, which may even have a prescription 66 8,1 | of exempted persons which may be taken cognizance of by 67 8,1 | exempted, and even though they may have upon the spot a special 68 8,1 | they have no such judge,-may be brought before the Ordinaries 69 8,3 | celebration of such a Council may not be hindered through 70 9,1 | Council, that the said Council may, and ought to, be brought 71 10,1 | the end that all things may be done with mature deliberation, 72 10,1 | however, that this holy Synod may and can, even in a private 73 11,1 | the said holy Synod freely may and can, at Its will and 74 11,2 | general Councils,-that we may, unto the praise and glory 75 11,2 | the orthodox religion, and may, as far as in us lies, consult 76 11,2 | next ensuing calends of May, which day we appoint, determine 77 11,2 | null and void whatsoever may be attempted, wittingly 78 12 | celebrated on the calends of May, MDLI, being the first held 79 13 | being at length appeased, may vouchsafe to bring back 80 14,1 | spiritual food of souls, whereby may be fed and strengthened 81 14,1 | an antidote, whereby we may be freed from daily faults, 82 14,1 | all the faithful of Christ may, according to the custom 83 14,1 | whereon all Christians may, with a special and unusual 84 14,1 | of the universal Church, may either pine away weakened 85 14,1 | preparation to be given that one may worthily receive the sacred 86 14,1 | how contrite soever he may seem to himself, ought to 87 14,1 | those priests on whom it may be incumbent by their office 88 14,1 | supersubstantial bread, and that it may be to them truly the life 89 14,1 | the strength thereof, they may, after the journeying of 90 14,1 | being already recognised,-may now also understand what 91 14,2 | lest so great a sacrament may be received unworthily, 92 14,2 | confession, when a confessor may be had, is of necessity 93 14,2 | contrite even soever they may think themselves. But if 94 14,3 | bishops, in order that they may, in accordance with the 95 14,3 | what is unlawful, that they may not be obliged, should they 96 14,3 | necessary for the people, may be preserved without harshness; 97 14,3 | and they who are chastened may be amended, or, if they 98 14,3 | example of their punishment, may be deterred from vices; 99 14,3 | grievousness of the distempers may require them; but if not 100 14,3 | craft and tergiversation may be met, hath ordained and 101 14,3 | being frivolous; but they may proceed to ulterior measures, 102 14,3 | in the way that justice may require. ~CHAPTER IV. ~In 103 14,3 | him, in order that they may annoy him by whatsoever 104 14,3 | therefore, that a bishop may not be compelled-both to 105 14,3 | entrusted to him, and that he may not be forced-not without 106 14,4 | from the Synod, that they may be allowed to come hither 107 14,4 | the Christian name, there may be no schisms, but that, 108 14,4 | same God and Redeemer, so may all say the same thing, 109 14,4 | result will be that they may be brought back to the most 110 14,4 | Session, which, that they may conveniently be present 111 14,5 | condition, quality they be, who may wish to repair to this oecumenical 112 14,5 | expressed, so as that they may and shall have it in their 113 14,5 | Fathers, or with those who may have been selected by the 114 14,5 | whether committed, or that may be committed, by them, they 115 15,1 | extirpated, Catholic truth may be made clear and resplendent; 116 15,1 | life even on ./. those who may, after baptism, have delivered 117 15,1 | which the faithful of Christ may have fallen, should be carried, 118 15,1 | power of the keys, they may pronounce the sentence of 119 15,1 | persons demonstrates, yet may they be omitted without 120 15,1 | forbidden that a person may,--in punishment of his sins, 121 15,1 | ordered-but that this same may be lawfully done by all 122 15,1 | Nevertheless, for fear lest any may perish on this account, 123 15,1 | that therefore all priests may absolve all penitents whatsoever 124 15,2 | during life, Christians may preserve themselves whole 125 15,2 | this unction, recover, they may again be aided by the succour 126 15,2 | that this Extreme Unction may without sin be contemned 127 15,3 | in order that the priest may be able to absolve him; 128 15,3 | hinders not but that a priest may truly absolve from reserved 129 15,4 | therefore to be changed, and may, without sin, be contemned 130 15,5 | order that the said bishops may be able to execute this 131 15,5 | with greater freedom, and may not be hindered therein 132 15,5 | titular, even though they may reside, or tarry in a place 133 15,5 | CHAPTER III. ~The bishop may suspend his clerics, who 134 15,5 | incompetent.~The bishop may suspend, for the time that 135 15,5 | the orders received, and may interdict from ministering 136 15,5 | or colour, these letters may have been granted, shall 137 15,5 | matter of any rights which may be pleaded as his from having 138 15,5 | their outward apparel they may show forth the inward correctness 139 15,5 | of the said bishop, they may, and ought to be, compelled 140 15,5 | of episcopal dignity, who may have by privilege the power 141 15,5 | church, or of the person that may be deputed by the said bishop: 142 15,5 | so ecclesiastical order may not be confounded, or one 143 15,5 | upon none others, that they may not wear a garment that 144 15,5 | presentation and institution, which may have followed, shall be 145 16,1 | March; in order that they may have sufficient time and 146 16,1 | arrives, whatsoever they may wish. And,- that It may 147 16,1 | may wish. And,- that It may take from them all cause 148 16,2 | or quality soever they may be, of the province and 149 16,2 | name they are entitled, or may be designated,--to come 150 16,2 | forth all whatsoever they may think fit, and any articles 151 16,2 | hindrance, with those who may have been selected by the 152 16,2 | already committed, or that may be committed, in regard 153 16,2 | or fraud, proper measures may be taken for their safety. 154 16,2 | clauses whatsoever,- which may be necessary and useful 155 16,2 | public faith and assurance may be violated, or in any way 156 16,2 | Confession of Augsburg, who may be present here at the time, 157 16,2 | present here at the time, may on their part justly approve 158 16,2 | according as their affairs may require, and to receive 159 16,2 | place of safety which each may select for himself. All 160 16,2 | state and condition they may be, or by whatsoever name 161 16,2 | pre-eminence, shall violate --which may the Almighty forbid--the 162 16,2 | followed,- and one that may with reason be approved 163 16,2 | parties themselves they may and shall hold the said 164 17,1 | authority. But if, which may God forefend, the lawful 165 17,2 | means of a Council, an end may be put to these so grievous 166 17,2 | that schisms and heresies may be taken away; that morals 167 17,2 | taken away; that morals may be corrected and reformed; 168 17,2 | and reformed; that peace may be pre-served amongst Christian 169 17,2 | and each, whom it doth and may concern, that they fail 170 17,2 | and the contents thereof may come to the knowledge of 171 17,2 | concerns, and that none may plead as an excuse that 172 17,2 | thereof, especially as there may not, perhaps, be free access 173 19,1 | Synod; to the end that It may more easily separate the 174 19,1 | of Christian truth, and may more conveniently deliberate 175 19,1 | order that if any person may think himself in any way 176 19,1 | this General Council, he may not doubt but that he will 177 19,1 | her womb, with one mouth may glorify Cod, and the Father 178 19,1 | decreed, that the public faith may be granted in a general 179 19,2 | fourteenth day of the month of May. ~ 180 19,3 | or quality soever they may be, of the province and 181 19,3 | name they are entitled, or may be designated,--to Come 182 19,3 | forth all whatsoever they may think fit, and any articles 183 19,3 | already committed, or that may be committed, in regard 184 19,3 | or fraud, proper measures may be taken for their safety. 185 19,3 | clauses whatsoever, which may be necessary and useful 186 19,3 | which the Synod on its part may justly approve of and commend,-- 187 19,3 | public faith and assurance may be violated, or in any way 188 19,3 | Confession of Augsburg, who may be present here at the time, 189 19,3 | present here at the time, may on their part justly approve 190 19,3 | according as their affairs may require, and to receive 191 19,3 | place of safety which each may select for himself. All 192 19,3 | state and condition they may be, or by whatsoever name 193 19,3 | pre-eminence, shall violate--which may the Almighty for fend-the 194 19,3 | forthwith followed, and one that may with reason be approved 195 19,3 | parties themselves; they may and shall hold the said 196 19,4 | Cities, and places they may be, wherein the contrary, 197 20 | on the fourteenth day of May, MDLXII. ~ 198 20,1 | His help, the holy Synod may be enabled, both now and 199 21,1 | the end that all things may proceed in a more befitting 200 21,1 | deliberation; to wit, that dogmas may be treated of and ratified 201 21,1 | that this holy Synod freely may and can, at Its will and 202 22,1 | substance being untouched, it may ordain,--or change, what 203 22,1 | change, what things soever it may judge most expedient, for 204 22,2 | places whatsoever, which may rather be called abuses 205 22,2 | sustenance: And the same may not in any case be alienated, 206 22,2 | that the divine worship may not in any respect be diminished, 207 22,2 | not serve increasing, they may be proceeded against according 208 22,2 | rectors, or others whom it may concern, to associate to 209 22,2 | divine offices; the bishops may, even against the will of 210 22,2 | if it be necessary, he may compel the people to contribute 211 22,2 | people to contribute what may be sufficient for the sustenance 212 22,2 | reservation, or assignment, that may lie upon the said churches, 213 22,2 | are administered unto God, may be maintained according 214 22,2 | delegates of the Apostolic See, may, according to form of law, 215 22,2 | continuing to give scandal may be deprived of their benefices. ~ 216 22,2 | delegates of the Apostolic See, may depute to the said illiterate 217 22,2 | dedicated to sacred services, may, through the injury of time, 218 22,2 | delegates of the Apostolic See, may transfer simple benefices-- 219 22,2 | or corrected them, then may the said bishops, even as 220 22,2 | whatsoever; that so all men may at length truly understand, 221 22,3 | the said holy Synod freely may and can, according to Its 222 22,3 | term, as also that which may be assigned hereafter for 223 23,1 | mystery of the Eucharist may be retained in the holy 224 23,1 | holy Catholic Church; and may, all errors and heresies 225 23,1 | their patronage, that they may vouchsafe to intercede for 226 23,1 | that the sheep of Christ may not suffer hunger, nor the 227 23,3 | veneration, each one may easily imagine, who considers, 228 23,3 | honour and cult due thereunto may, for the glory of God and 229 23,3 | imitation of true piety, may have introduced. And that 230 23,3 | introduced. And that many things may be comprised in a few words: 231 23,3 | place, that irreverence may be avoided, each, in his 232 23,3 | that so the house of God may be seen to be, and may be 233 23,3 | God may be seen to be, and may be called, truly a house 234 23,3 | prayer. ~Lastly, that no room may be left for superstition; 235 23,3 | the Apostolic See, they may prohibit, ordain, reform, 236 23,3 | have relation hereunto; and may compel the faithful people 237 23,3 | which at their pleasure they may appoint; any privileges, 238 23,4 | business of reformation may be proceeded with, has thought 239 23,4 | grievous; that so their actions may impress all with veneration. 240 23,4 | notwithstanding; lest they themselves may have, God being the avenger, 241 23,4 | the church, as far as it may need it, or to some other 242 23,4 | churches, even though this may have been voluntarily conceded 243 23,4 | within a year, whatsoever may be their privilege, exemption, 244 23,4 | even more grievous, which may be imposed at their discretion. 245 23,4 | delegate of the Apostolic See, may, by actual examination search 246 23,4 | discharge of their office, he may forbid them, altogether 247 23,5 | behalf the request is made, may be provided for in the best 248 24,1 | using the rule of faith, may, in the midst of the darkness 249 24,2 | Paul III., of happy memory, may be wrested to a meaning 250 24,2 | office enjoined them; and may not be absent thence, save 251 24,2 | as far as possible, they may not suffer any injury through 252 24,2 | so, with God's help, they may never hereafter be abolished 253 24,2 | manner of life, that they may render unto God a faithful 254 24,2 | service, and not that they may fraudulently withdraw themselves 255 24,2 | or such other person as may be deemed more expedient, 256 24,2 | hold an ordination, all who may wish to be received into 257 24,2 | him a benefice. ~A bishop may not ordain one of his household, 258 24,2 | otherwise; that so they may be the more accurately taught 259 24,2 | their state of life; and may exercise themselves in each 260 24,2 | account of their studies; and may thus ascend step by step: 261 24,2 | their increasing age they may grow in worthiness of life 262 24,2 | the churches to which they may be assigned; and are to 263 24,2 | and a lesson how to live may be expected from them. The 264 24,2 | their obligation. The bishop may, for a lawful cause, grant 265 24,2 | interrupted in very many places,-may be again brought into use 266 24,2 | sacred canons; and that they may not be traduced by heretics 267 24,2 | of which stipends they may, if negligent, be mulcted 268 24,2 | minor orders, their place may be supplied by married clerics 269 24,2 | others; that so this college may be a perpetual seminary 270 24,2 | God. And that the youths may be the more advantageously 271 24,2 | quality, or condition they may be, and of hospitals which 272 24,2 | regard of such revenues as may remain over and above the 273 24,2 | quality and dignity they may be, or even prestimonies, 274 24,2 | way whatever in which they may be vacated, even be it in 275 24,2 | whatsoever pensions they may happen to have to pay to 276 24,2 | in schools of this nature may be provided for at less 277 24,2 | extensive dioceses, the bishop may have one or more seminaries 278 24,2 | maintenance of the said seminary may be hindered or disturbed, 279 25,1 | their pernicious contagion may draw more after it, that 280 25,2 | or establish that others may hinder and dissolve it ; 281 25,2 | parties, the bond of matrimony may be dissolved; let him be 282 25,2 | many causes, a separation may take place between husband 283 25,2 | have made a vow thereof, may contract marriage; let him 284 25,3 | marriage is renewed.--Bishops may dispense with the bans.-- 285 25,3 | suspicion that the marriage may be maliciously hindered, 286 25,3 | secret impediments, they may be the more easily discovered: 287 25,3 | he shall-even though he may plead that he is allowed 288 25,3 | so wholesome injunctions may not be unknown to any, It 289 25,3 | this be done as often as may be during the first year; 290 25,3 | inquire of those whom it may concern, what person or 291 25,3 | have contracted, that they may not have any excuse on the 292 25,3 | dissolves the marriage that may have been afterwards contracted. 293 25,3 | dissolve the marriage that may have been afterwards contracted. ~ 294 25,3 | he should be ignorant, he may in this case more easily 295 25,3 | her husband, the abducer may have her for his wife; but 296 25,3 | admonition to all whom it may concern, not easily to admit 297 25,3 | the holy Synod, that it may by suitable remedies provide 298 25,3 | dignity, and condition they may be, if, after having been 299 25,3 | said lords or magistrates may prescribe unto them. Wherefore, 300 25,3 | dignity, and condition they may be, under pain of anathema 301 25,4 | thereby both clergy and people may be enabled to obtain from 302 25,4 | matter and of the persons, may, for the advantage of the 303 25,4 | order that the said inquiry may be more maturely looked 304 25,4 | must needs, whosoever they may be, be present at the said 305 25,4 | notary. The visitors also who may be deputed by a Chapter, 306 25,4 | to the end that all this may have a more easy and prosperous 307 25,4 | peculiarly belongs to bishops, may be exercised as frequently 308 25,4 | bishops, even of heresy-which may God forfend-which merit 309 25,4 | When and how the Bishop may absolve from crime, and 310 25,4 | that the faithful people may approach to the reception 311 25,4 | manners by his example, he may bring back to an upright 312 25,4 | amendment. The bishop, however, may, when he judges it more 313 25,4 | allowed. ~Bishops, that they may be the better able to keep 314 25,4 | granted, or to whom they may be hereafter conceded, from 315 25,4 | all the fruits which he may have acquired during that 316 25,4 | of manners, as that they may with justice be called the 317 25,4 | as also such things as may be necessary in regard of 318 25,4 | power to provide herein as may be judged expedient. ~CHAPTER 319 25,4 | with care, what churches it may be expedient, on account 320 25,4 | his own prudence, as he may judge expedient, either 321 25,4 | effect, the Sovereign Pontiff may provide, out of certain 322 25,4 | suitable, as much be amassed as may decently suffice for the 323 25,4 | But in whatsoever unions may have to be made, whether 324 25,4 | whatsoever form of words may have been used therein, 325 25,4 | peculiar parish priest who may know his own parishioners, 326 25,4 | and from whom alone they may licitly receive the sacraments; 327 25,4 | such other provision as may be more beneficial, according 328 25,4 | the character of the place may require. They shall also 329 25,4 | be made in this way, they may reduce those prebends to 330 25,4 | number shall be left as may conveniently serve for the 331 25,4 | an account to him whom it may regard. It shall also be 332 25,4 | given in their accounts, may have obtained a quittance 333 25,4 | other simple benefice that may be sufficient; provided 334 25,4 | whatsoever title and quality they may be. But they who at present 335 25,4 | some suitable manner, as may seem fit to the Sovereign 336 25,4 | priests. To the end that this may with greater care and effect 337 25,4 | manner whatsoever, though it may be alleged that the charge 338 25,4 | the bishop, and though it may be served by one or more 339 25,4 | the said parish church may be reserved, or appropriated, 340 25,4 | free for others also, who may know any that are fit for 341 25,4 | that a diligent scrutiny may be afterwards made as to 342 25,4 | more expedient,--those who may wish to be examined may 343 25,4 | may wish to be examined may be summoned by a public 344 25,4 | the bishop, or his vicar, may add theirs, in favour of 345 25,4 | or three others, whom he may prefer. But the said examiners 346 25,4 | present to the bishop, that he may receive institution from 347 25,4 | vacant church, or whom he may afterwards happen to depute 348 25,4 | grievous quarrels and tumults may easily be excited thereby; 349 25,4 | excited thereby; the Ordinary may, omitting this formality, 350 25,4 | court, even though they may relate to benefices, shall 351 25,4 | stage of the proceedings it may be, between any bishop, 352 25,4 | information on the suit, he may acquaint the judge of appeal 353 25,4 | the proceedings as soon as may be, and within a month at 354 25,4 | no occasion of doubting may, at any future period, arise 355 25,5 | thereof, certain dogmas may also be treated of, as in 356 26,2 | the faithful; that so they may give God thanks for those 357 26,2 | thanks for those things; may order their own lives and 358 26,2 | imitation of the saints; and may be excited to adore and 359 26,2 | And that these things may be the more faithfully observed, 360 26,3 | ancient and regular discipline may be the more easily and promptly 361 26,3 | it has fallen away, and may be the more firmly maintained, 362 26,3 | other vows and precepts that may be peculiar to any rule 363 26,3 | of what nature soever it may be, or in what way soever 364 26,3 | henceforth real property may be possessed by all monasteries 365 26,3 | already granted, or that may hereafter be granted. And 366 26,3 | In order that everything may be conducted uprightly and 367 26,3 | and placed over the rest, may be called,--who is less 368 26,3 | these qualifications, one may be elected out of another 369 26,3 | or other superior, there may be one chosen from amongst 370 26,3 | of two or three provinces may form one congregation. And 371 26,3 | whatsoever other name they may be designated, shall be 372 26,3 | once a month, that so they may fortify themselves, by that 373 26,3 | Superior, and the delinquent may be punished by the bishop. ~ 374 26,3 | probation; lest the said novice may be unable to leave on this 375 26,3 | of his substance; and he may not easily be able to recover 376 26,3 | profession. And that the bishop may not be in ignorance as to 377 26,3 | or condition soever they may be, whether clerics or laymen, 378 26,3 | habit, be the cause what it may; or would even withdraw 379 26,3 | desire; nevertheless, that It may not omit anything which 380 26,3 | not omit anything which may in time be used in wholesomely 381 26,3 | vacant. But, lest any fraud may be used as regards all and 382 26,3 | by what name soever they may be designated, under whatsoever 383 26,3 | rule or constitutions they may be, or under the care or 384 26,3 | comprised above, that so they may, without any hindrance, 385 26,4 | conversation, as that others may thence be able to derive 386 26,4 | nothing be left undone which may seem in any wise capable 387 26,4 | whatsoever dignity they may be, that, both during the 388 26,4 | contumacy towards the judge, he may then, in addition to the 389 26,4 | the defilement thereof, he may even be proceeded against 390 26,4 | vote ; but either of them may give his vote in unison 391 26,4 | and where, that judgment may not be eluded, it is necessary 392 26,4 | secure the person, the bishop may at first proceed singly 393 26,4 | pious use, the nearest that may be to their original destination, 394 26,4 | religious body, and dignity they may be, be they even laymen, 395 26,4 | which they are bound, they may be compelled thereunto not 396 26,4 | other remedies at law, but may also even be deprived for 397 26,4 | place, by those to whom this may belong. And the persons 398 26,4 | that what reason requires may be observed in all things, 399 26,4 | whatsoever order and dignity they may be, be they (the patrons) 400 26,4 | or any derogation which may be held as equivalent to 401 26,4 | last forty years, or that may henceforth be acquired, 402 26,4 | patrons whatsoever they may have given on this score; 403 26,4 | Judges, unto whom causes may be committed by the Apostolie 404 26,4 | Ordinaries of the places, may henceforth be committed 405 26,4 | ecclesiastical court, which may have to be delegated to 406 26,4 | whom causes of this nature may be committed by any legate, 407 26,4 | ministers of the Church may be recalled to that continency 408 26,4 | them; and that the people may hence learn to reverence 409 26,4 | bishops themselves, who may proceed without the noise 410 26,4 | of paternal incontinency may be banished as far as possible 411 26,4 | of their sons, that one may obtain the benefice of the 412 26,4 | shall the collations that may have followed, by virtue 413 26,4 | by whatsoever name they may be called, which, by their 414 26,4 | by what name soever he may be designated, the same 415 26,4 | bloody death of the body, he may accomplish the ruin of the 416 26,4 | ecclesiastical discipline may not only be restored amongst 417 26,4 | people, but that it also may be for ever preserved sound 418 26,4 | that so the divine worship may be devoutly celebrated, 419 26,7 | other bishops also, they may forthwith be referred to 420 26,7 | and prudence that which may be expedient for the universal 421 26,7 | gift of holy Indulgences may be dispensed to all the 422 26,9 | holy Roman Pontiff, that it may be by his judgment and authority 423 26,14| To these decrees adhering may we be made worthy of the 424 27 | and dignity soever, they may be, even though distinguished 425 27 | condition, and rank they may be, as also laymen, with 426 27 | declaring that whatsoever may be attempted to the contrary 427 27 | void. And that these things may come to the knowledge of 428 27 | all men, and that no one may use the excuse of ignorance; 429 27 | our good city, that so it may be more conveniently made


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