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1 1 | time of thy good pleasure, 0 God, we were at last forced 2 6,1 | the said original sin: ~1. If any one does not confess 3 22,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON 11.--if any one saith, that 4 1 | calends of June, in the year 1537 of our Lord's Incarnation, 5 2 | in the year of the Lord, 1545. ~ 6 26,8 | set over them (Heb. xiii. 17), whom they who hear, shall 7 22,1 | Waterworth translation, 1848 edition. ~The sacred and 8 23,2 | commemoration of me (Luke xxii. 19), Christ did not institute 9 6,1 | worse; let him be anathema. ~2. If any one asserts, that 10 6,1 | in whom all have sinned. ~3. If any one asserts, that 11 6,1 | baptized, have put on Christ. ~4. If any one denies, that 12 6,1 | into the kingdom of God. ~5. If any one denies, that, 13 22,1 | the life of (lie world (v. 52); and, in fine,- He who 14 22,1 | not have life in you (v. 54), also said; He that eateth 15 22,1 | hath everlasting life (v. 55), also said; The bread that 16 22,1 | abideth in me and I in him (v. 57), said, nevertheless; He 17 25,3 | profligate character, they, after abandoning their first wife, marry 18 26,3 | one shall be elected as abbess, or prioress,--or by whatsoever 19 24,2 | offices, prebends, portions, abbies, and priories, of whatsoever 20 26,3 | to be created provincial, abbot, or prior, shall be from 21 5,1 | to wit, Osee, Joel, Amos, Abdias, Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, 22 25,3 | wife; but nevertheless the abduced himself and all who lent 23 25,3 | Punishments inflicted on Abductors. ~The holy Synod ordains, 24 22,1 | flesh and drinketh my blood, abideth in me and I in him (v. 57), 25 15,1 | quality of the crimes and the ability of the penitent; lest, if 26 24,2 | about without any certain abode. And if he shall quit that 27 7,1 | the words of the Apostle: Abound in every good work, knowing 28 8,1 | any avail in the matters abovenamed. ~CHAPTER VIII. ~Churches 29 25,5 | fixed for the Session was abridged. ~ ~ 30 25,5 | with the power also of abridging that term. In which Session 31 22,1 | artifices of the devil, spread abroad certain monstrous errors, 32 23,4 | on whom the portion of absentees devolves; certa in cases 33 26,4 | person, censures are to be abstained from: the civil magistrates 34 23,1 | Eucharist, that thereby a more abundant fruit might be derived to 35 3,1 | him wisdom, giveth to all abundantly, and upbraideth them not; 36 14,3 | of innocence, from being abused to the defence of wickedness, 37 23,4 | public testimony of some academy, fit to teach others. And, 38 26,15| replied in these words : Acceding to the petition made to 39 15,1 | Father; and through him are accepted by the Father. Therefore 40 15,5 | committed purposely but accidentally, or when repelling force 41 26,14| ACCLAMATIONS OF THE FATHERS AT THE CLOSE 42 25,4 | welfare of the faithful, and accommodating more aptly to the use of 43 1 | those of their prelates who accompanied them, and to summon the 44 7,1 | virtue always precedes and accompanies and follows their good works, 45 7,2 | they shall see fit to have accompany them. ~CHAPTER V. ~Bishops 46 25,4 | be cognizant of, and an accomplice in, this delay, or if he 47 1 | fail in, the divine power accomplishes. Wherefore, relying and 48 14,4 | truth; very many and most accurate conferences, according to ./. 49 23,3 | holy writ, he is called accursed, who doth the work of God 50 14,3 | inquiry, or denunciation, or accusation, or in any other way whatsoever, 51 26,4 | whether Secular or Regular, to accustom themselves, as far as their 52 19,1 | the Church, that we all, acknowledging our common mother on earth, 53 13 | the hearts of men to the acknowledgment of His own true faith, to 54 25,4 | honorary titles of Protonotary, Acolyte, Count Palatine, Royal Chaplain, 55 24,1 | wit those of subdeacon, acolyth, exorcist, lector, and door-keeper; 56 24,2 | which such an one incurs, he acquires no property in any fruits, 57 23,4 | jointly with them; and all acquittances given otherwise shall be 58 1 | the title of St. Praxedes, acted as our legate with very 59 15,1 | the part of the priest of acting seriously and absolving 60 26,3 | during two years of his active and passive voice, and also 61 22,2 | Alexander III., which begins, Ad audientiam. And to those 62 7,1 | in the prevarication of Adam-having become unclean, and, as 63 23,4 | to the Church, and to the administrator or beneficiary thereof, 64 8,1 | faithfully governed by their adminstrators. ~The Ordinaries shall take 65 25,4 | other provision, or upon admission to the possession of any 66 25,4 | promotions to benefices, or in admissions into possession of the same, 67 23,4 | causes whatsoever, as well in admitting the appeals, as in granting 68 22,2 | shall, after having first admo-nished them, restrain and 69 8,1 | whereby they who were near adolescence gave an account of their 70 14,2 | be adored, and that the adorers thereof are idolators; let 71 1 | burthensome to celebrate and adorn it with the presence of 72 22,2 | of Almighty God, and the adornment of holy Church, the things 73 25,2 | who, having put away the adulterer, shall take another husband; 74 25,2 | who, having put away the adulteress, shall take another wife, 75 7,1 | friends and domestics of God, advancing from virtue to virtue, they 76 24,2 | the youths may be the more advantageously trained in the aforesaid 77 15,1 | the so many and so great advantages and consolations, which 78 14,1 | and heresy, that thus her adversaries, at the sight of so much 79 15,2 | defence. For though our adversary seeks and seizes opportunities, 80 25,5 | thereunto. And if it shall seem advisable, and the time will allow 81 14,3 | judgments of their bishops, affect to have subjects of complaint 82 25,2 | irksome cohabitation, or the affected absence of one of the parties, 83 14,3 | proofs, or other process affecting the principal point of the 84 14,4 | coming, nevertheless, as an affectionate mother that groaneth and 85 25,3 | liberty of marriage. ~Earthly affections and desires do for the most 86 25,4 | four cardinals shall make affirmation that, after giving exact 87 14,1 | when nevertheless Himself affirmed with truth that to be His 88 1 | oppressed with terror and affliction; we resolved to wait no 89 25,4 | the so many most grievous afflictions of the Church, cannot avoid 90 7,1 | still; and again, Be not afraid to be justified even to 91 26,4 | pilgrims, of the infirm, the aged or the poor; or, if the 92 25,4 | theirs, shall, by way of agency fee for the visitation, 93 4,1 | of the Father before all ages; God of God, light of light, 94 5,1 | Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, Malachias; two 95 15,1 | that, the terrors which agitate the conscience, and faith, 96 1 | the midst of so violent an agitation of the waves of heresies, 97 23,1 | is it rightly offered, agreebly to a tradition of the apostles. ~ 98 1 | was a truce for ten years agreed upon; under favour of which 99 26,14| generals. ~Praise be to God.~It agrees with the original: in faith 100 8,1 | intending, the divine Spirit aiding, to publish later the remaining 101 16,2 | by the sacred Scriptures, aiid by the words, passages, 102 7,1 | they, together with this aim principally that God may 103 25,4 | churches: any privileges aind customs, even though immemorial, 104 26,4 | allow, to exercise with alacrity and kindliness the office 105 1 | the midst of the greatest alarm, and the general danger, 106 8,2 | after the coming Sunday in Albis (Low Sunday), which will 107 26,3 | Ordinary, the reasons which he alleges. But if, before doing this, 108 15,1 | grievous thing, were it not alleviated by the so many and so great 109 24,2 | shall leave, with a due allowance of stipend, a suitable vicar, 110 1 | Christian nations, and for allowing all prelates an opportunity 111 25,3 | inclusively; but at other times It allows marriage to be solemnly 112 25,4 | that so those whom he has allured to evil manners by his example, 113 6,2 | false. ~Those who quest for alms--who are also commonly called 114 17,1 | Archbishop of Siponto, and Aloysius, Bishop of Verona, Apostolic 115 26,4 | been well established, no alteration be made by any ordinances 116 | am 117 11,2 | CARDINAL CRESCEN. ~ROM. AMASEUS. ~ ~ ~ 118 25,4 | more suitable, as much be amassed as may decently suffice 119 1 | princes promised us to send an ambassador to us at Rome; in order 120 26,3 | the aforesaid monasteries amid houses, as well of men as 121 | among 122 5,1 | prophets, to wit, Osee, Joel, Amos, Abdias, Jonas, Micheas, 123 23,4 | serve, lose something, which amounts to the third part of the 124 16,1 | a safe-conduct in a more ample form :-The same holy Synod, 125 25,1 | their errors the following anathemas. ~ 126 26,11| as It has condemned, and anathematized, and decreed. ~And whereas 127 15,2 | preserved; and condemns and anathematizes those who assert what is 128 1 | choice of some other city ; andwhereas one fit and suitable did 129 26,14| we have subscribed: ~I, Angelus MASSARELLI, bishop of Telesia, 130 17,2 | merciful, who is never so angry as not to remember mercy, 131 25,4 | correct such as are evil; to animate the people, by exhortations 132 1 | aside their jealousies and animosities; to unite in strict alliance 133 25,4 | appoint a penitentiary, annexing thereto the prebend that 134 27 | any commentaries, glosses, annotations, scholia, or any kind of 135 7,1 | many of the holy fathers announced and promised-that He might 136 14,3 | in order that they may annoy him by whatsoever means 137 14,3 | their power,-the fear which annoyance doth for the most part render 138 6,2 | that a preacher be not annoyed, either by false accusations, 139 1 | presents we do remove and annul, the suspension aforenamed, 140 25,3 | decree It invalidates and annuls them. Moreover It enjoins, 141 15,4 | exhorts to be brought to anoint the sick, are not the priests 142 15,2 | sick person is invisibly anointed; and furthermore that whose 143 14,1 | shall live by me; and as an antidote, whereby we may be freed 144 22,1 | Not therefore, however, is antiquity to be condemned, if, in 145 17,1 | Iloliness, and of the holy Aposotlic See, having been given to 146 26,3 | monastery, and be punished as an apostate; and meanwhile he shall 147 15,5 | their wandering about and apostatizing; no prelate or superior 148 7,1 | Church-instructed by Christ and his Apostles-has hitherto professed, observed, 149 7,1 | Church-agreeably to a tradition of the apostles-previously to the sacrament of Baptism; 150 26,4 | things the authority of the Aposto1ic See shall remain untouched. ~ 151 15,1 | Peter, the prince of the apostoles, reconmending penitence 152 26,4 | may be committed by the Apostolie See, are to be nominated 153 15,5 | decency of their outward apparel they may show forth the 154 14,3 | appeal-where there is room for such appeal-from the sentence of the bishop, 155 14,3 | nearest bishops. ~A case of appeal-where there is room for such appeal-from 156 14,3 | the judge to whom he has appealed, the acts of the first instance; 157 8,1 | the heresies, which have appeared ./. in these our days on 158 18,1 | calamities of these times, appeasing controversies concerning 159 25,4 | appeal therewith. But if the appellee shall appear, then shall 160 1 | be any longer delayed of applying some remedy to the Christian 161 23,6 | and holy Synod of Trent appoints, for the day of the next 162 25,4 | Chapter, shall designate and apportion, as he shall judge expedient, 163 15,3 | than the faith whereby they apprehend that Christ has satisfied 164 26,4 | degradation; where flight is apprehended, and where, that judgment 165 7,1 | indisposition, may have fear and apprehension touching his own grace; 166 25,4 | privileges, preventions, appropriations, new provisions, indults 167 15,1 | Wherefore, this holy Synod, approving of and re ceiving as most 168 1 | ravaged several cities of Apulia, and carried off numbers 169 15,5 | proceeded with, until by arbitrators, chosen in legal form, a 170 25,4 | bishop, and the dean, or archdeacon, touching the cognizance 171 6,2 | to rigorous punishment. ~Archpriests, curates, and all those 172 11,2 | brethren the patri- ./. archs, archbishops, bishops, and 173 24,2 | declares, that all persons who are--under whatsoever name and 174 24,1 | hierarchy, which is as an army set in array; as if, contrary 175 26,4 | collation, or in any other arrangement whatsoever in regard of 176 1 | preparing ourselves, and arranging all other matters for conducting 177 24,1 | which is as an army set in array; as if, contrary to the 178 26,4 | distress upon the goods, or arrest of the person, to be made 179 13 | same Almighty God, for the arrival, a little before this day, 180 16,1 | propose, before that day arrives, whatsoever they may wish. 181 8,1 | baptized, or in the very article of death; let him be anathema. ~ 182 23,4 | or clerical, or by any artifice, or under any colourable 183 4,1 | to the Scriptures; and he ascended into heaven, sitteth at 184 19,2 | most sacred festival of the Ascension of our Lord, which will 185 15,5 | degree; to him, unto whom the ascent to sacred orders shall have 186 23,4 | carried into execution, ascertain, that nothing has been stated 187 8,1 | one saith, that they who ascribe any virtue to the sacred 188 15,1 | nevertheless, is not to be ascribed to that contrition, independently 189 25,3 | of the Epiphany, and from Ash-Wednesday until the octave of Easter 190 15,5 | of those set over him, to aspire to the dignity of a more 191 1 | religion are now so sorely assailed both from within and without,-- 192 13 | concerned,-and on account of the assemblage of the Fathers not being 193 1 | ecumenical councils and general assemblies of bishops, as the best 194 22,1 | because that-as some falsely assert--He is not received, according 195 25,4 | money, according to a fixed assessment, what they have been accustomed 196 24,2 | their good conduct, by their assiduous service in the church, their 197 7,1 | through His quickening and assisting grace, to convert themselves 198 22,2 | whom it may concern, to associate to themselves for this office, 199 3,1 | but with mouth and mind association with the celebrant. And 200 24,1 | who of their own rashness assume them to themselves, are 201 14,3 | that, on account of the atrocity thereof, they have to be 202 1 | cruel and perpetual enemy, attacked Italy with a vast fleet; 203 7,1 | grace, eternal life, and the attainment of that eternal life,-if 204 26,4 | from all manner of adverse attempts; besides those things which 205 4,2 | numerous and fuller council and attendance of Fathers, has resolved 206 7,1 | therefrom; although free will, attenuated as it was in its powers, 207 23,4 | he shall have a similar attestation from the superiors of his 208 7,1 | sacred writings, so much is attributed to good works, that Christ 209 25,3 | damnation, and to have the audacity at times to maintain and 210 22,2 | Alexander III., which begins, Ad audientiam. And to those priests who 211 15,2 | other churches, observe aught in administering this unction,-- 212 25,4 | the neighbourhood, or to augment with fresh revenues; and 213 25,4 | or improve them by some augmentation derived from the fruits. 214 26,4 | previously. ~As regards those augmentations, which, having been made 215 15,5 | not even for the sake of augmenting divine worship, or the number 216 22,2 | part of a golden crown (aureus) for each dimissory letter, 217 14,3 | often effects more than austerity; exhortation more than menace; 218 1 | and planned against Italy, Austria, and Illyria; whilst our 219 5,2 | this end it shall appear authentically at the beginning of the 220 25,4 | the said report shall be authenticated by the signature of the 221 1 | them at least send, with an authoritative commission, as their ambassadors, 222 26,4 | given term, or by some other available method, the artifices of 223 19,1 | that no salutary remedy has availed against so great and pernicious 224 7,1 | Jesus neither circumcision, availeth anything, nor uncircumcision, 225 24,2 | custom, even immemorial, availing any one herein. ~CHAPTER 226 25,4 | simoniacal taint, or of sordid avarice; and they shall themselves 227 15,1 | infirmity, but also for the avenging and punishing of past sins. 228 1 | them, at that time, not averse from so holy a work, we, 229 25,4 | judge fit to appoint, or to avocate, for his own hearing, by 230 26,2 | deciding the controversy, shall await the sentence of the metropolitan 231 8,3 | Pontificate. ~FAB. BISH. OF SPOL. B. MOTTA. ~ ~ ~ 232 14,3 | part render the bishop more backward in inquiring into and punishing 233 15,1 | this power exists not in bad priests. But although the 234 26,4 | paternal incontinency may be banished as far as possible from 235 25,4 | and orthodox doctrine, by banishing heresies; to maintain good 236 25,3 | Bishops may dispense with the bans.--Whosoever contracts marriage, 237 8,1 | own act, they should be bapized in the faith alone of the 238 15,1 | cleansed by a repetition of baptism--that being nowise lawful 239 1 | repelling those assaults of barbarians and infidels, with which 240 1 | had long since passed by, barely one or two prelates had 241 17,2 | FLORIBELLUS LAVELLINUS. ~BARENGUS. ~ ~~ 242 23,3 | manner of conditions and bargains for recompenses, and whatsoever 243 1 | to guide and govern the bark of Peter, in so great a 244 5,1 | Isaias, Jeremias, with Baruch; Ezechiel, Daniel; the twelve 245 23,1 | ancient faith, which is based on the sacred Gospel, the 246 26,3 | those things which are the basis and the foundation of all 247 14,1 | the sacred Eucharist, and bearing it to the Sick. The custom 248 7,1 | I so fight, not as one beating the air, but I chastise 249 26,2 | painted or adorned with a beauty exciting to lust; nor the 250 | became 251 26,2 | indecorous, seeing that holiness becometh the house of God. ~And that 252 21,1 | things may proceed in a more befitting manner, and with greater 253 4,1 | light, true God of true God; begotten, not made, consubstantial 254 26,4 | detesting this and the like behaviour, doth, by renewing all the 255 15,5 | has already decreed is to beholden on the twenty-fifth day 256 14,1 | represented. And so indeed did it behove victorious truth to celebrate 257 3,1 | celebrant. And forasmuch as It behoveth bishops to be blameless, 258 8,1 | Christian profession, whereby believers are distinguished amongst 259 26,4 | select two individuals belong-ing to the Chapter, with 260 14,3 | and doctrine; seeing that benevolence towards those to be corrected 261 24,2 | required for an ecclesiastical benfice; who is to enjoy the privilege 262 8,1 | neglected, and that the said benfices be nowise defrauded of the 263 7,1 | it was in its powers, and bent down, was by no means extinguished 264 25,4 | due to them out of pious bequests--or under any other name 265 23,1 | the Mass. ~And whereas it beseemeth, that holy things be administered 266 27 | which we have assiduously besought of the Father of lights. 267 7,1 | beg for the faith which bestows life everlasting, which, 268 23,1 | the night in which He was betrayed,--that He might leave, to 269 25,3 | to unite in marriage the betrothed of another parish, or to 270 25,4 | their duty. And they shall beware of receiving anything whatever, 271 7,1 | Christian justice, they are bidden, immediately on being born 272 15,3 | sin, have not the power of binding and of loosing; or, that 273 8,3 | of our Pontificate. ~FAB. BISH. OF SPOL. B. MOTTA. ~ ~ ~ 274 22,2 | shall be settled by the bishop--even as the delegate of 275 25,4 | shall be visited by the bishop-as the delegate of the Apostolic 276 1 | common weal of Christians, a bitter and severe account would 277 1 | upon beholding with the bitterest grief of soul, that the 278 15,5 | that their ministry be not blamed; but in all things let them 279 26,7 | honourable name of Indulgences is blasphemed by heretics, be amended 280 3,1 | immodest, covetous, proud, blasphemous, and lovers of pleasures; 281 23,2 | sacrifice of the mass, a blasphemy is cast upon the most holy 282 25,3 | of another parish, or to bless them when married, without 283 25,3 | do for the most part so blind the eyes of the understanding 284 14,2 | substance of the wine into the Blood-the species Only of the bread 285 1 | year of our pontificate. ~Blosius. ~Jer. Dand. ~ ~ ~ 286 7,1 | of eternal punishment is blotted out in such wise, that there 287 7,1 | forgiven, to any one who boasts of his confidence and certainty 288 15,2 | heel; and at times obtains bodily health, when expedient for 289 3,1 | Toledo--ought either to be boisterous by immoderate outcries, 290 26,4 | of impurity, and unclean bondage, the thing itself doth testify, 291 25,1 | when he said; This now is bone of my bones, and flesh of 292 25,1 | This now is bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh. 293 1 | and from the other nations bordering on Germany, and without 294 7,1 | members, and the vine into the branches,-and this virtue always 295 1 | mercy, easily dispel, by the breath of His mouth, all the storms 296 15,1 | raised from the dead, He breathed upon His disciples, saying 297 25,3 | exhorts the bridegroom and bride not to live together in 298 25,3 | same holy Synod exhorts the bridegroom and bride not to live together 299 15,1 | check as it were with a bridle, and make penitents more 300 23,3 | therefore, that has been briefly enumerated, is in such wise 301 6,2 | announcing to them with briefness and plainness of discourse, 302 3,1 | being dispelled, the light, brightness, and purity of Catholic 303 15,1 | merit; in whom we satisfy; bringing forth fruits worthy of penance, 304 14,1 | either pine away weakened and broken; or, touched with shame 305 26,4 | carnal affection towards brothers, nephews and kindred, which 306 15,5 | that he has founded, and built anew, a church, benefice, 307 24,2 | useless; the holy Synod, burning with the desire of restoring 308 26,4 | and occasion is given for burthening the consciences of those 309 26,3 | those which take place in burying the dead, or carrying the 310 14,1 | enemy hath, in these our calamitous times, oversown the doctrine 311 17,1 | It irritated rather than calmed the minds of many. Whereas, 312 15,1 | Wherefore falsely do some calumniate Catholic writers, as if 313 6,2 | accusations, or in any other way calumniously; or have any just cause 314 15,1 | unanimous consent, the vain calumny of those is manifestly refuted, 315 26,14| clerk of the diocese of Camerino, notary of the said Council. ~ 316 23,3 | of certain masses and of candles, as being the invention 317 25,4 | be received to a dignity, canonry, or portion, but one who 318 26,3 | the dead, or carrying the canopy, and on other such occasions, 319 5,1 | Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, the Canticle of Canticles, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, 320 25,4 | Innocent III., which begins Cum capella: those persons, however, 321 26,4 | happy memory, beginning Capitula Cathedralium, shall be observed 322 6,2 | out of the episcopal or capitular revenue; or in fine let 323 26,3 | of St. Francis (called) Capuchins, and those called Minor 324 26,15| We, Alexander di Farnese, cardinal-deacon of Saint Lawrence in Damaso, 325 25,4 | carefully examined by a cardinal-who shall report thereon to 326 25,4 | required in the creation of cardinals-even though they be deacons - 327 22,2 | worship of God, be diligently cared for by the Ordinary, and, 328 25,4 | possible, though with due carefulness. And during it they shall 329 15,1 | he be otherwise than most careless of his own salvation, who, 330 23,3 | the times, or through the carelessness and Corruption of men, many 331 26,4 | ecclesiastical benefices, whatsoever carries with it the appearance of 332 26,4 | fathers in the Council of Carthage, It not only orders that 333 7,1 | I myself should become a cast-away. So also the prince of the 334 17,1 | commonwealth, before so cast-down and afflicted, began to 335 17,2 | unequal to so great a burthen, casting the eyes of our mind over 336 26,4 | dominion over any city, castle, or place, in or at which 337 7,1 | by charity. This faith, Catechumen's beg of the Church-agreeably 338 14,4 | on the festival of Saint Catharine, virgin and martyr, which 339 24,2 | primatial, metropolitan, and cathe- ./. dral churches whatsoever, 340 26,4 | memory, beginning Capitula Cathedralium, shall be observed in all 341 24,2 | But if the prelates of cathedrals, and of the other greater 342 8,1 | those who have a lawful cause-which is to be expressed in their 343 11,2 | Romans, ever august, has caused to be signified to us by 344 15,1 | and make penitents more cautious and watchful for the future; 345 26,14| and they were in number CCLV; to wit, four legates, two 346 15,5 | as his from having been ceded to him. In civil causes 347 15,1 | Synod, approving of and re ceiving as most true this meaning 348 3,1 | mind association with the celebrant. And forasmuch as It behoveth 349 6,1 | according to God, are made inno-cent, immaculate, pure, harmless, 350 20,1 | presiding therein,--has, for cerain just and good reasons, thought 351 8,1 | been baptized is an idle ceremony, and not rather a true and 352 23,4 | portion of absentees devolves; certa in cases excepted. ~Bishops, 353 25,4 | whereof the Ordinary must be certified: notwithstanding any privileges 354 24,2 | canon of the council of Chalcedon, ordains, that no one shall 355 3,1 | decreed, that if it should chance to happen that any do not 356 1 | year should expire before changing the place of the council,-- 357 25,4 | proper way of singing or chanting therein, the specific regulations 358 15,5 | a church, benefice, or chapel; or that he has competently 359 25,4 | Acolyte, Count Palatine, Royal Chaplain, or other such titles of 360 6,2 | with the advice of the chapter--to teach grammar gratuitously 361 3,1 | to be blameless, sober, chaste, ruling well their own household, ( 362 24,2 | conspicuous for piety and chasteness of morals, as that a shining 363 7,1 | one beating the air, but I chastise my body, and bring it into 364 15,1 | greatly recall from sin, and check as it were with a bridle, 365 17,1 | dangers, had for this end cheerfully assembled together from 366 26,4 | being mindful that those who cherish hospitality receive Christ 367 4,1 | manners, for the sake of which chiefly It is assembled, and recognizing 368 26,3 | which are the heads and chiefs of orders, be the filiations 369 7,1 | state wherein man is born a child of the first Adam, to the 370 7,1 | without charity, is not a Chris taught; let him be anathema. ~ 371 8,1 | any virtue to the sacred chrism of confirmation, offer an 372 27 | peace and concord of the Christiain people, an oecumenical and 373 24,2 | cardinals of the holy Roman Church--set over any patriarchal, 374 7,1 | Catechumen's beg of the Church-agreeably to a tradition of the apostles-previously 375 15,1 | nowise lawful in the Catholic Church-but be placed as criminals before 376 7,1 | holy Roman and universal Church-instructed by Christ and his Apostles-has 377 14,3 | inconvenience and that of his Church-to abandon the flock entrusted 378 5,2 | As to those who lend, or circulate them in manuscript, without 379 5,2 | the Latin editions, now in circulation, of the sacred books, is 380 7,1 | In Christ Jesus neither circumcision, availeth anything, nor 381 26,4 | with sobriety and great circumspection; seeing that experience 382 1 | transacted more commodiously in Cisalpine Italy,---nevertheless yielded 383 24,2 | privilege soever, license, claim as a domestic, exemption,-- 384 23,3 | walking about, noise, and clamour, that so the house of God 385 24,1 | for the subdeavonship is classed amongst the greater orders 386 24,2 | these youths into as many classes as he shall think fit, according 387 26,3 | the said orders, priors claustral, or sub-prior in those priories 388 23,3 | greatest possible inward cleanness and purity of heart, and 389 15,1 | prophet; From my secret sins cleanse me, O Lord. Now, the very 390 15,2 | Holy Ghost; whose anointing cleanses away sins, if there be any 391 27 | reserve them to be by Us cleared up and decided, even as 392 27 | Christ; as also, for the clearer information of all men, 393 25,1 | father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they shall 394 15,5 | pursuant to the constitution of Clement V. published in the Council 395 24,2 | Boniface VIII., which begins, clerici qui cum unicis, shall be 396 26,14| I, Cynthius PAMPHILUS, clerk of the diocese of Camerino, 397 14,1 | members be united by the closest bond of faith, hope, and 398 14,1 | approach to this divine table clothed with the wedding garment. 399 26,3 | whatever, except for food and clothing, for the time that they 400 26,3 | vicar; the monastery of Cluny with its limits being excepted; 401 7,1 | nothing else is required to co-operate in order to the obtaining 402 7,1 | exciting and calling, nowise co-operates towards disposing and preparing 403 7,1 | s proper disposition and co-operation. For, although no one can 404 26,4 | like manner, as regards coadjutorships with future succession, 405 26,4 | monastery, demands that a coajutor be granted to a prelate, 406 19,1 | and strange doctrines, as cockle from the wheat of Christian 407 14,3 | should they transgress, to coerce them by due punishments. 408 15,5 | herein, (they are to be coerced) even by deprivation of 409 26,4 | whatsoever, in a cathedral or col-legiate church; as also all 410 7,1 | that shall give a drink of cold water to one of his least 411 25,4 | other, shall the church be collated by him unto whom it belongs 412 26,4 | the canons; nor shall the collations that may have followed, 413 8,1 | annulled: and let the ordinary collator know, that he will himself 414 26,7 | all bishops, diligently to collect, each in his own church, 415 15,3 | means of the examination, collection, and detestation of sins,-- 416 25,4 | by the contributions and collections of the parishioners, or 417 25,4 | them; all others shall, all collusion and remission set aside, 418 5,1 | the Philippians, to the Colossians, two to the Thessalonians, 419 26,2 | body, or be portrayed by colours or figures. ~Moreover, in 420 1 | council, in a better and more com-modious manner, treat of, and, with 421 22,1 | under both species, and the com-munion of infants, be in this place 422 1 | unite in alliance, and with combined zeal and forces to succour 423 7,1 | disposition it is written; He that cometh to God, must believe that 424 1 | enjoining moreover, and strictly command- ing them, by virtue of the 425 7,1 | impossibilities, but, by commanding, both admonishes thee to 426 6,1 | he had transgressed the commandment of God in Paradise, immediately 427 1 | passed into Germany, where he commenced holding diets of the princes 428 16,2 | mayjustlyapprove of and commend-the form, conditions, and terms 429 24,2 | who are worthy, and whose commendable life is an old age. Regulars 430 26,3 | And so long as the said commendatary monasteries shall continue, 431 23,1 | approves of and therefore commends, those masses in which the 432 5,2 | Scripture, and the notes and comments upon them of all persons 433 26,9 | most holy lord, Pius IV., commissioned certain chosen Fathers to 434 25,4 | ever grant more to those commissioners than this,-that they take 435 23,1 | mystery is renewed by this commixture; and, whereas in the apocalypse 436 25,4 | judges it more expedient, commute this kind of public penance 437 26,14| Antonius PEREGRINUS, of Como, notary of the said Council.~ 438 24,2 | manner of benefice,--by any compact, or statute,--even though 439 1 | overwhelmed; but we too, as men compassed with infirmity, felt our 440 14,3 | that a bishop may not be compelled-both to his own great inconvenience 441 25,4 | payments, promises, unlawful compensations, as also the profits which 442 15,1 | of confession should be complied with, at least once a year, 443 26,4 | the duty of hospitality, complying with all the necessary conditions 444 26,4 | the pontifical dignity; comporting themselves with an unseemly 445 23,4 | as that in their dress, comportment, gait, discourse, and all 446 26,4 | bishops that honour which comports with their dignity; and 447 25,4 | correcting of excesses, the composing of controversies, and for 448 26,4 | what their portion is; and comprehend that they are called, not 449 23,1 | the law; in as much as it comprises all the good things signified 450 26,3 | religious order through compulsion and fear ; or shall even 451 25,4 | weighty, and well nigh compulsory causes, that certain persons 452 24,2 | singing, ecclesiastical computation, and the other liberal arts; 453 15,3 | are to be persuaded not to con fess during Lent; let him 454 8,3 | with apostolic authority, concede to you all together, or 455 14,1 | understanding illuminated by faith, conceive, and we ought most firmly 456 25,5 | on the Thursday after the Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 457 23,5 | TOUCHING THE PETITION FOR THE CONCESSION OF THE CHALICE.~Moreover, 458 26,4 | his person; otherwise, the concessions made herein, shall be accounted 459 23,4 | let them know, that their conciences will be grievously burthened, 460 14,1 | that natural connexion and concomitancy whereby the parts of Christ 461 17,2 | certain reasons, with the concurrence also of the Apostolic See, 462 17,1 | in the midst of a great concurse of the faithful, and there 463 14,4 | very many and most accurate conferences, according to ./. the importance 464 15,1 | penitent ought not so to confide in his own personal faith, 465 15,1 | confession; for which sins we confidently say with the prophet; From 466 25,3 | not pass beyond him who confirms the person confirmed, his 467 26,4 | excommunication, and the confiscation of all their property, and 468 26,4 | they have perished in the conflict itself, they shall be for 469 19,1 | defiled and obscured by the conflicting opinions of many who differ 470 24,1 | clearly does nothing but confound the ecclesiastical hierarchy, 471 15,3 | CANON II.--If any one, confounding the sacraments, saith that 472 23,4 | as also of any hospital, confraternity, charitable institution 473 26,2 | that is unbecomingly or confusedly arranged, nothing that is 474 27 | seemed to be necessary for confuting heresies, removing abuses, 475 24,2 | there is not a probable conjecture, that they have chosen this 476 24,1 | ordinance of God, in such wise conjoined, as that both have existed 477 26,4 | in this case choose, in conjunction with the bishop, a third 478 17,2 | Church at this so urgent a conjuncture: doubting not they will 479 1 | so often and so earnestly conjured by our Nuncios, letters, 480 26,8 | of our Lord and Saviour, conjures all pastors, that, like 481 1 | and of all Christians; conjuring them by the bowels of the 482 25,3 | limits, to those only who are connected in the first and second 483 15,5 | they do not, with their connivance, lead a disorderly life: 484 15,1 | penitent; lest, if haply they connive at sins, and deal too indulgently 485 25,2 | that those degrees only of consanguinity and affinity, which are 486 15,5 | committed to them, in conduct, conservation, and doctrine; being mindful 487 23,3 | may easily imagine, who considers, that, in holy writ, he 488 25,4 | shall report thereon to the consistory-aided therein by three other cardinals; 489 15,1 | wherein its force principally consists, is placed in those words 490 15,1 | conscience, with exceed ing consolation of spirit. The holy Synod, 491 15,1 | so great advantages and consolations, which are most assuredly 492 15,3 | only useful to instruct and console the penitent, and that it 493 24,2 | administer the sacraments; and so conspicuous for piety and chasteness 494 1 | with the charity of all conspiring to one end, deliberate and 495 14,1 | body and blood with such constancy and firmness of faith, with 496 25,3 | incurred, that they put no constraint, in any way whatever, either 497 4,1 | God; begotten, not made, consubstantial with the Father, by whom 498 25,4 | Boniface VIII., which begins, Consuetudinem, which the holy Synod brings 499 24,2 | quit that place without consulting the bishop, he shall be 500 8,1 | sacraments of the New Law do not contain the grace which they signify; 501 24,2 | possible, letters testimonial containing the actual inquiry that 502 1 | beloved son, Cardinal Gaspar Contarini, of the title of St. Praxedes,


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