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503 1 | by land and sea had been contemplated and planned against Italy, 504 23,1 | religion and piety, to the contemplation of those most sublime things 505 14,1 | should be wrested, by certain contentions and wicked men, to fictitious 506 3,1 | disturbance by tumult; none to be contentious with false, vain, or obstinate 507 24,2 | help, to be able to live continently; they shall serve in the 508 25,4 | ordains, that mandates for contingent promotions, and those graces 509 11,2 | and begun, regulated, and continued, by Us, who then enjoyed 510 6,2 | shall receive so long as he continues teaching, provided however, 511 6,1 | be anathema:--whereas he contradicts the apostle who says; By 512 15,5 | individual's own bishop. The contravener shall be ipso jure suspended 513 8,1 | received. Otherwise, the contravening Chapter shall be subjected 514 22,2 | may compel the people to contribute what may be sufficient for 515 26,4 | duelling, introduced by the contrivance of the devil, that by the 516 24,2 | an edict, they shall be contumacious, the Synod wills, that it 517 14,5 | dispute, without any abuse or contumely, with the Fathers, or with 518 11,2 | present at the Council, to convene and assemble, where there 519 1 | general council should be convened on the very first opportunity. 520 25,4 | also the right of ancient conventions entered into with monasteries, 521 3,1 | let there be no talking or conversing together, but with mouth 522 15,3 | conscience is smitten upon being convinced of sin, and the faith, generated 523 17,2 | formed the resolution of convoking, and, with God's help, of 524 15,1 | ourselves, can do all things, He cooperating, who strengthens us. Thus, 525 23,4 | which have been heretofore copiously and wholesomely enacted 526 15,5 | may show forth the inward correctness of their morals; but to 527 25,4 | small, that they by no means correspond with the episcopal dignity, 528 27 | under pretext of greater corroboration of the decrees, or the more 529 8,3 | Reginald of Saint Mary in Cosmedin, deacon, cardinals, our 530 15,5 | they live at his proper cost. Neither shall any one enjoy 531 4,1 | wont, in the most sacred coucils, at the beginning of the 532 1 | in person at this sacred council--unless they shall happen 533 25,4 | of Protonotary, Acolyte, Count Palatine, Royal Chaplain, 534 25,3 | expiration of thirty days, to be counted from the day of its first 535 17,1 | together from different countries, and the business was proceeded 536 17,2 | in all places kindly and courteously; as we also will similarly 537 25,4 | any privileges, indults, covenants, which only bind the authors 538 26,4 | and as being under the cover of His protection; and that 539 3,1 | during so many years has covered the earth, being dispelled, 540 11,2 | our predecessor should not create any obstacle, as expressed 541 24,2 | from persons worthy of credit, of the birth, age, morals, 542 11,2 | Pontificate. ~M. CARDINAL CRESCEN. ~ROM. AMASEUS. ~ ~ ~ 543 17,1 | lord, the Legate Marcellsu Crescenzio, Cardinal of the holy Roman 544 15,1 | who has considered those cries of the saints; To thee only 545 15,1 | Church-but be placed as criminals before this tribunal; that, 546 14,3 | right of using the mitre and crosier by apostolic privilege, 547 4,1 | Mary, and was made man: crucified also for us under Pontius 548 1 | Meanwhile the Turk, our cruel and perpetual enemy, attacked 549 1 | serene emperor, who, to crush that rebellion, traversed 550 7,1 | cease to be just. For that cry of the just, Forgive us 551 26,2 | adore and love God, and to cultivate piety. But if any one shall 552 11,2 | to any in Christendom, in cultivating true religion, and the doctrine 553 6,2 | punishment. ~Archpriests, curates, and all those who in any 554 26,1 | tend to a certain kind of curiosity or superstition, or which 555 26,4 | the delinquents be kept in custody in a suitable place, according 556 26,3 | monasteries, or out of the customary alms; nor shall any such 557 26,14| of the said Council.~I, Cynthius PAMPHILUS, clerk of the 558 6,2 | neglected, hath or- ./. dained and decreed, that,--in those 559 25,4 | satisfaction to the parties for the damages which they have sustained. ~ 560 26,15| cardinal-deacon of Saint Lawrence in Damaso, vice-chancellor of the 561 7,1 | this cause only he is not damned, that God does not impute 562 23,4 | luxuriousness, feastings, dances, gambling, sports, and all 563 25,4 | unlawful hunting, hawking, dancing, taverns, and gaines; and 564 1 | pontificate. ~Blosius. ~Jer. Dand. ~ ~ ~ 565 5,1 | with Baruch; Ezechiel, Daniel; the twelve minor prophets, 566 4,1 | extinguish all the fiery darts of the most wicked one, 567 5,1 | Judith, Esther, Job, the Davidical Psalter, consisting of a 568 17,1 | in fine, seemed to have dawned upon things; and the Christian 569 18,1 | removed, celebrated from this day-being the eighteenth of the month 570 7,1 | and all others who commit deadly sins; from which, with the 571 25,4 | between any bishop, and the dean, or archdeacon, touching 572 15,3 | last commandments of the Decalogtie, as also the circumstances 573 15,1 | two last precepts of the decalogue,--sins which sometimes wound 574 22,2 | which have thus fallen into decay, they shall, even though 575 25,4 | within eight days after the decease of the bishop, to appoint 576 26,4 | various legacies from persons deceased, that it is not possible 577 24,2 | their periol, not to do deceitfully. In the meantime It admonishes 578 22,2 | by various artifices and deceits, pretend to have an ecclesiastical 579 25,4 | of ungodly covetousness deceiving themselves, not God, are 580 15,5 | proper order, that by the decency of their outward apparel 581 26,4 | Chapter, take the votes, and decide according to them. But, 582 26,2 | matters, the bishop, before deciding the controversy, shall await 583 16,1 | matrimony,- and will give its decisions thereon, in addition to 584 15,5 | be need; no exemptions, declarations, customs, sentences, oaths, 585 23,4 | therefore, the more useful and decorous these things are for the 586 26,4 | ordinances, which relate to the decorum and authority of the episcopal 587 25,1 | schismatics be exterminated, by decreeing against the said heretics 588 1 | ordinance and prorogation, the decretal letters were given and published 589 23,4 | Romana," in the sixth (of the Decretals), is renewed. ~Apostolic 590 22,2 | the time of the very first deduction made from the fruits; saving, 591 15,1 | baptism. Penitence was in deed at all times neccessary, 592 10,1 | which day It has deemed, and deems, to be most opportune for 593 5,2 | incantations, sorceries, and defamatory libels; (the Synod) commands 594 25,4 | surreption, obreption, or defect of intention, in regard 595 15,5 | wherein he shall be the defendant, it shall happen that the 596 26,4 | predecessors, who not only defended from all injury from others, 597 7,1 | faith be not lost; thus defending the doctrine of the divine 598 15,5 | them, The priests of God defile the sanctuaries, and despise 599 26,4 | remain for a year in the defilement thereof, he may even be 600 25,4 | or who are accustomed, to defray it, and this at least on 601 14,3 | of grievous crimes, to be degraded from sacred Orders. ~And 602 8,1 | prescribed by law, and any delays granted, extending beyond 603 26,4 | Sovereign Roman Pontiff, any delegations whatsoever of other judges, 604 26,4 | anything to the canons to be deliberated on, and the matter treated 605 15,1 | either an ordinary or a deligated jurisdiction, ought to be 606 26,3 | his own Superior, and the delinquent may be punished by the bishop. ~ 607 15,2 | Extreme Unction. And it delivers the following canons to 608 22,1 | do that institution and delivery tend thereunto, that all 609 15,1 | parts, the divine justice demanding this; so that penance has 610 3,1 | after virtue, and in dress, demeanour, and in all their actions 611 15,5 | consent of, or without letters demissory from that individual's own 612 15,1 | custom of pious persons demonstrates, yet may they be omitted 613 14,1 | with a special and unusual demonstration, testify that their minds 614 17,2 | dominions perform, without denial or delay, their duty to 615 14,3 | or by way of inquiry, or denunciation, or accusation, or in any 616 26,3 | subjection to, union with, or dependence on, any order whatsoever, 617 24,2 | shall however be entirely dependent in all things on the one 618 26,4 | of the universal Church depends, it would seem to be a shame, 619 25,4 | made, and to show him the depositions of witnesses, and the proceedings 620 22,2 | useless; yea, rather the depravity of such is, to the great 621 2,1 | Christian people; for the depression and extinction of the enemies 622 27 | grievous, even those of deprivaiton, to be inflicted at our 623 22,2 | they shall have power to deprive them of their benefices, 624 24,2 | might require a special derogation-any custom, even immemorial, 625 26,3 | shall be punished as a deserter from his Institute by the 626 7,1 | still-mortally, and consequently deserves eternal punishments; and 627 24,2 | for the major orders; the deserving only to be admitted. ~No 628 16,1 | will come, not with the design of obstinately opposing 629 25,4 | advice of the Chapter, shall designate and apportion, as he shall 630 26,4 | otherwise, after the said designation has been made, which the 631 15,5 | defile the sanctuaries, and despise the law. But, in order that 632 26,4 | may be to their original destination, and the most useful for 633 6,2 | stipend under whatsoever name, destined for lecturers in sacred 634 15,5 | which relate to wages and to destitute persons, the decree of this 635 15,1 | edification, however, not unto destruction, in virtue of the authority, 636 26,4 | information, and to the necessary detention of the person; observing, 637 14,3 | and admonition, ./. to deter them from what is unlawful, 638 25,2 | regard of cohabitation, for a determinate or for an indeterminate 639 26,3 | of persons therein to be determined by the amount of Income, 640 14,3 | their punishment, may be deterred from vices; since it is 641 15,1 | a godly sorrow of mind, detest so great an offence of God. 642 26,4 | most severe penalties. ~The detestable custom of duelling, introduced 643 26,4 | Wherefore, the holy Synod, detesting this and the like behaviour, 644 25,4 | and whereas the holy Synod detests these practices, It enjoins 645 5,2 | fabulous, vain, to flatteries, detractions, superstitions, impious 646 5,1 | Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy; Josue, Judges, Ruth, four 647 23,1 | participation of the table of devils, cannot be partakers of 648 25,4 | sacred Scriptures and the devine law, or if lawfully hindered, 649 6,2 | fine let the bishop himself devise some other method suited 650 25,4 | committed, nor shall any devolution, or appeal, interposed even 651 23,4 | administration, or office, devolving upon him in the cathedral 652 15,2 | to be able in any way to devour our souls; yet is there 653 7,2 | certain that, if the wolf have devoured the sheep, the shepherd' 654 5,2 | superstitions, impious and diabolical incantations, sorceries, 655 5,1 | to morals, as having been dictated, either by Christ's own 656 5,1 | themselves, the Holy Ghost dictating, have come down even unto 657 7,1 | Christ. ~But, though He died for all, yet do not all 658 26,4 | and the point whereon they differed shall be decided, in accordance 659 14,3 | diminution of the episcopal dignity-to wander from place to place, ( 660 22,2 | may not in any respect be diminished, but due attention be paid 661 14,3 | be forced-not without the diminution of the episcopal dignity-to 662 1 | neglected to do this, and directed not all their counsels to 663 26,4 | otherwise, according as the law directs. But as regards those persons, 664 1 | suffering as it is under so many disasters and calamities. And yet 665 25,4 | accustomed heretofore to disburse, or to furnish the food 666 26,1 | be excluded from popular discourses before the uneducated multitude. 667 5,2 | them, shall, unless they discover the authors, be themselves 668 26,4 | rather than upon any certain discrimination in regard of persons and 669 26,3 | profession; or they shall dismiss them from the monastery. ~ 670 26,3 | either be professed, or dismissed. In the Religious order 671 26,3 | those who hinder them or disobey, they shall by ecclesiastical 672 1 | goodness and mercy, easily dispel, by the breath of His mouth, 673 3,1 | covered the earth, being dispelled, the light, brightness, 674 22,1 | ministers of Christ, and the dispensers of the mysteries of God. 675 14,3 | which is so exceedingly displeasing to God, should not only 676 7,1 | nowise co-operates towards disposing and preparing itself for 677 5,2 | be, in public lectures, disputations, sermons and expositions, 678 22,2 | that they are probably disregarded, a third part of the fruits 679 24,2 | and incorrigible, and the disseminators of evil morals, they shall 680 1 | he had promised those who dissent from Catholic unity, that 681 1 | articles, maintained by the dissenters from the Church, were to 682 25,3 | from fornication, and which dissolves the marriage that may have 683 25,2 | not establish impediments dissolving marriage; or that she has 684 14,3 | some cause suspected, or be distant more than two days' journey 685 14,3 | the grievousness of the distempers may require them; but if 686 26,4 | kindred be poor, let them distribute to them thereof as poor, 687 7,1 | measure, which the Holy Ghost distributes to every one as He wills, 688 23,4 | shall forfeit that day's distribution, and shall acquire no manner 689 1 | and mercy of God, than to distrust our own weakness. For, upon 690 25,4 | to take from them, or to disturb their jurisdiction, but 691 24,2 | seminary may be hindered or disturbed, the bishop with the deputies 692 19,1 | life, manners, which have divaricated from ancient usage; and 693 25,4 | forasmuch as, by reason of the diversity of nations, peoples, and 694 23,4 | See, shall have power to divide the third part of any manner 695 25,4 | revenues; and shall send the documents prepared in regard thereof 696 15,5 | avail to the said party's domestics--who are in the habit of 697 26,4 | deprived of jurisdiction and dominion over any city, castle, or 698 15,5 | to the intention of the donor;--therefore, these letters 699 24,1 | have not entered by the door. These are the things which 700 24,1 | acolyth, exorcist, lector, and door-keeper; though these were not of 701 26,2 | truth and piety. But if any doubtful, or difficult abuse has 702 15,1 | against the Jay of wrath. For, doubtless, these satisfactory punishments 703 25,3 | settle on her a handsome dowry at the discretion of the 704 24,2 | metropolitan, and cathe- ./. dral churches whatsoever, are 705 4,1 | alone, at times, have they drawn the unbelieving to the faith, 706 7,1 | and, The fear of the Lord driveth out sin; and, Do penance, 707 7,1 | mankind, thieves, covetous, drunkards, railers, extortioners, 708 26,2 | perverted into revellings and drunkenness; as if festivals are celebrated 709 26,4 | The fourth of Funeral (dues) shall be paid to the Cathedral 710 26,3 | congregation, and over the Regulars dwelling therein, as other presidents 711 22,1 | to another time,--for the earliest opportunity that shall present 712 24,2 | impressed on the minds and ears of all men, that so, with 713 14,2 | given in the Eucharist, is eaten spiritually only, and not 714 14,1 | spiritually only, those to wit who eating in desire that heavenly 715 26,7 | by excessive facility, ecclesastical discipline be enervated. 716 5,1 | fifty psalms; the Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, the Canticle of Canticles, 717 1 | guaranteed by the seal of some ecclesiastic constituted in authority. 718 5,1 | Canticle of Canticles, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Isaias, Jeremias, with 719 26,4 | surreptitious. As to leases of ecclesiastiscal things, even though confirmed 720 8,1 | time), by occasion of some ecclesistical benefice received, or about 721 26,3 | strictly preserved, the whole edifice must needs fall. ~CHAPTER 722 22,2 | lives, rather destroy than edify; the bishops, even as the 723 5,2 | which out of all the Latin editions, now in circulation, of 724 24,2 | diocese, to maintain, to educate religiously, and to train 725 24,2 | Seminaries for Clerics, and of educating the same therein. ~Wereas 726 24,2 | parentage, person, age, education, morals, learning, and faith 727 24,1 | imprinted, which can neither be effaced nor taken away; the holy 728 7,1 | fornicators, adulterers, effeminate, liers with mankind, thieves, 729 25,3 | rectify, unless some more efficacious remedy be applied; wherefore, 730 7,1 | life everlasting; while the efficient cause is a merciful God 731 23,1 | the Father, when by the effusion of His own blood He redeemed 732 23,1 | memory of their going out of Egypt, He instituted the new Passover, ( 733 25,4 | account of two years having elapsed, he shall be bound to transfer, 734 23,4 | their permission; also the eleemosynary institutions, called monts-de-piete, 735 23,1 | Fathers, to condemn, and to eliminate from holy Church, by means 736 25,4 | God, are not ashamed to elude, by various artifices, what 737 26,4 | that judgment may not be eluded, it is necessary to secure 738 1 | times, and unto how many embarrassments in almost all our affairs, 739 15,1 | most highly approves of and embraces, as pious and worthy of 740 22,2 | office; and provided that no emolument, out of the payments to 741 24,2 | happens in consequence of some employment and office in the state 742 23,4 | whatever, as also the secular employments, to be by them shunned,-- 743 26,4 | useful manner possible, empowers bishops in diocesan Synod, 744 26,4 | such places be henceforth en-trusted to one and the same 745 24,2 | which shall seem adapted to enable them to hear confessions; 746 25,4 | in accordance with the enactments of the canons, those things 747 7,1 | excite their sloth, and to encourage themselves to run in the 748 1 | overwhelmed by the Turk; Germany endangered; all the other states oppressed 749 1 | interpret in any other sense our endeavours after peace, we are indeed 750 26,1 | on their behalf, from the endowments of testators, or in other 751 1 | solicitudes, which we have already endured to such an extent in this 752 26,7 | ecclesastical discipline be enervated. And being desirous that 753 26,3 | bishop shall, if need be, enforce by ecclesiastical censures 754 1 | own weakness. For, upon engaging in good works, it often 755 15,3 | the satisfaction, by which enitents redeem their sins through 756 11,2 | continued, by Us, who then enjoyed the honour of the Cardinalate, 757 24,2 | even so as to modify or enlarge, if need be, the contents 758 15,5 | which is hereby renewed and enlarged. ~CHAPTER VII. ~Voluntary 759 16,2 | last Session but one, and enlarging it in the manner following,- 760 25,4 | Church, a provident and enlightened care is to be taken, that 761 1 | direction of events, at enmity with each other. Whereas 762 26,3 | religious body, or order; or entail any other effects whatsoever. ~ 763 26,4 | and the extreme disgrace entailed on the clerical order. To 764 1 | his snares against holy enterprises, --at the very outset, contrary 765 26,2 | any one shall teach, or entertain sentiments, contrary to 766 26,3 | she has been compelled or enticed thereunto, or knows what 767 15,1 | unto which newness and entireness, however, we are no ways 768 14,3 | observed, that they reprove, entreat, rebuke them in all kindness 769 5,1 | to the Galatians, to the Ephesians, to the Philippians, to 770 23,4 | others the Gospel, others the Epistle, they shall be bound, all 771 5,1 | the Evangelist; fourteen epistles of Paul the apostle, (one) 772 25,4 | memory, which shall also be equally observed in regard of those 773 26,4 | therefore, by virtue of the erection or foundation of any benefices, 774 22,2 | Neither shall ordinances and erections of this kind be prevented, 775 6,1 | to the reclaiming of the erring, and the confirming of the 776 25,2 | one saith, that the Church errs, in that she declares that, 777 6,2 | follow after, that they may escape everlasting punishment, 778 26,4 | fief they shall forthwith escheat to their direct lords. ~ 779 5,1 | Paralipomenon, the first book of Esdras, and the second which is 780 25,3 | public honesty, whensoever espousals shall be, for whatsoever 781 26,3 | respectively appertaining to the essential character of each, and which 782 8,1 | that he observe all the essentials which belong to the effecting, 783 15,1 | maintain a new o be the est penance, as to Fake away 784 14,3 | of a good life, in good esteem and reputation; and if they 785 5,1 | Nehemias; Tobias, Judith, Esther, Job, the Davidical Psalter, 786 15,1 | cannot be that they can estimate rightly the grievousness 787 4,2 | be in so much the greater estimation and honour with all men, 788 25,4 | which begins, Qualiter et quando, which constitution 789 1 | others, both in time and eternity. But if, which we hope may 790 14,3 | avoid punishment, and to evade the judgments of their bishops, 791 25,2 | seven sacraments of the evangelic law, (a sacrament) instituted 792 5,1 | Apostles written by Luke the Evangelist; fourteen epistles of Paul 793 6,2 | bishop; in such wise that even-if this seem to him expedient-a 794 26,4 | institution thereof; in which event, the bishop shall take care 795 15,5 | to the dignity of a more exalted degree; to him, unto whom 796 26,4 | of time so remote that it exceeds the memory of man; or, otherwise, 797 14,1 | us. ~CHAPTER III. ~On the excellency of the most holy Eucharist 798 25,4 | artifices, what has been so excellently ordained, and to hold several 799 25,1 | in the evangelical law, excels in grace, through Christ, 800 26,4 | resign his benefice, or to exchange it for another out of that 801 7,1 | of the divine law, which excludes from the kingdom of God 802 7,1 | remission of sins, to the exclusion of the grace and the charity 803 26,4 | ecclesiastical judge from excommunicating any individual; or to command 804 26,4 | command that he revoke an excomnunication that has been issued; under 805 1 | the absent. They having excused themselves upon both these 806 23,4 | by law permitted, be the executors of all pious dispositions, 807 24,2 | premises, any privileges, exemptions-even such as might require a 808 25,4 | aid the bishop by their exertions and services; it is but 809 1 | them, being wearied and exhausted by the journey and its expenses, 810 11,2 | and holy Fathers, and in exhibiting due obedience and reverence 811 1 | Christian people; requiring, exhorting, admonishing all, of every 812 25,4 | unable to provide for the exigency by a union of benefices, 813 25,4 | of Lyons, which begins, Exigit; as also to the other penalties ( 814 24,1 | conjoined, as that both have existed in every law. ./. Whereas, 815 15,1 | contend that this power exists not in bad priests. But 816 5,1 | Moses, to wit, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy; 817 24,1 | those of subdeacon, acolyth, exorcist, lector, and door-keeper; 818 7,1 | good works done in God, to expect and hope for an eternal 819 25,4 | graces which are called expectant, shall not any more be granted 820 25,4 | Mandates 'de providendo,' Expectatives, and other things of the 821 6,2 | even-if this seem to him expedient-a fair remuneration be paid, 822 25,4 | revenues of those buildings be expended upon purposes necessary 823 1 | that a whole year should expire before changing the place 824 15,5 | whatsoever; thus herein explaining the decree of this holy 825 5,2 | disputations, sermons and expositions, held as authentic; and 826 25,4 | vulgar tongue, and to have expounded to the people by all parish 827 24,2 | punish sharply, even by expulsion if necessary; and, removing 828 19,4 | EXTENSION THEREOF TO OTHER NATIONS~ 829 24,2 | But in churches which have extensive dioceses, the bishop may 830 2,1 | for the depression and extinction of the enemies of the Christian 831 4,1 | wherewith they may be able to extinguish all the fiery darts of the 832 2,1 | faith and religion; for the extirpation of heresies; for the peace 833 6,2 | that unworthy persons can extort any such privileges, except 834 15,1 | assert that contrition is extorted and forced, not free and 835 7,1 | covetous, drunkards, railers, extortioners, and all others who commit 836 1 | sanctity, had often, in the extremest perils of the Christian 837 1 | will cast a more favourable eye on our wishes. For ourselves, 838 5,1 | Jeremias, with Baruch; Ezechiel, Daniel; the twelve minor 839 8,3 | year of our Pontificate. ~FAB. BISH. OF SPOL. B. MOTTA. ~ ~ ~ 840 24,2 | revenues devoted to the fabrics of churches, and of other 841 5,2 | wit, to things scurrilous, fabulous, vain, to flatteries, detractions, 842 15,1 | pardoned us without any sat is fac tion, as that, taking occasion 843 26,7 | observed; lest, by excessive facility, ecclesastical discipline 844 25,4 | if, by reason of the open factions, or dissensions, which are 845 26,2 | people; it happen that the facts and narratives of sacred 846 15,1 | be the est penance, as to Fake away the entire efficacy 847 7,1 | and to restore him who falleth:-let no one herein promise 848 14,1 | adore him; whom the Magi falling down, adored; who, in fine, 849 7,1 | and that therefore he that falls and sins was never truly 850 14,1 | celebrate a triumph over falsehood and heresy, that thus her 851 25,3 | contracted by the children of a family, without the consent of 852 15,1 | of our Lord, condemns the fanciful interpretations of those 853 7,1 | himself up with faith alone, fancying that by faith alone he is 854 26,4 | Neither shall it be lawful, to farm out ecclesiastical jurisdictions, 855 3,1 | Furthermore, it exhorts that they fast at least on every Friday, 856 13 | meanwhile give themselves to fasting and prayer, so far at least 857 25,3 | notwithstanding. If through the fault or negligence of the parish 858 16,1 | kindly, and to listen to them favourably, and trusting that they 859 15,1 | preaching of Jonas, did fearful penance and obtained mercy 860 23,4 | touching the luxuriousness, feastings, dances, gambling, sports, 861 6,2 | Lord's days, and solemn feasts, either personally, or if 862 15,5 | of laymen--setting their feet in different paths, one 863 1 | of Christendom meanwhile fell day by day into a worse 864 7,1 | God, and to come unto the fellowship of His sons: but we are 865 1 | compassed with infirmity, felt our strength unequal to 866 19,3 | which may the Almighty for fend-the form and terms of the security 867 15,3 | be persuaded not to con fess during Lent; let him be 868 14,2 | venerated with a special festive solemnity, nor to be solemnly 869 25,4 | examiners, who shall not be fewer than three; to whose votes, 870 15,3 | confess; and that it is a fiction, that, after the eternal 871 7,1 | so he may be also glori-fied with him. For even Christ 872 26,4 | those places be held as a fief they shall forthwith escheat 873 14,4 | desiring to pluck out of the field of the Lord all the errors 874 17,2 | parts of Germany, and a most fierce war was enkindled in Italy 875 4,1 | able to extinguish all the fiery darts of the most wicked 876 14,2 | therein as in a sign, or in figure, or virtue; let him be anathema. ~ 877 26,3 | chiefs of orders, be the filiations thereof called abbeys or 878 26,4 | service of God, to live in the filth of impurity, and unclean 879 15,3 | grievousness, the multitude, the filthiness of his sins, the loss of 880 7,1 | the causes are these: the final cause indeed is the glory 881 15,5 | knowledge of their own pastor, finding themselves prohibited by 882 26,4 | suits, by means of pecuniary fines, which, by the very fact 883 7,1 | Christ Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, taught, which 884 26,9 | Synod; hearing now that the finishing hand has been put to that 885 1 | enmities and dissensions as his fitting opportunity for carrying 886 23,4 | things of this world, others fix their eyes upon them as 887 17,1 | especially Germany, were in a flame with arms and discord; that 888 7,1 | Wherefore, no one ought to flatter himself up with faith alone, 889 5,2 | scurrilous, fabulous, vain, to flatteries, detractions, superstitions, 890 1 | attacked Italy with a vast fleet; took, sacked, ravaged several 891 26,4 | deposition or degradation; where flight is apprehended, and where, 892 7,2 | hirelings they abandon the flocks committed to them, and apply 893 17,2 | our Pontificate. ~ANTONIUS FLORIBELLUS LAVELLINUS. ~BARENGUS. ~ ~~ 894 6,2 | studies can conveniently flourish, let there be in like manner 895 15,1 | easily understand that they flowed from a certain vehement 896 15,1 | diligently, and searched all the folds and recesses of his conscience, 897 14,3 | apply first of all gentle fomentations to the disorders of his 898 25,3 | receive from the sacred font the individual baptized, 899 26,2 | Christ Jesus; or, that it is foolish to supplicate, vocally, 900 16,2 | which may the Almighty forbid--the forms and terms of the 901 7,1 | retained; most strictly forbidding that any henceforth presume 902 14,3 | and that he may not be forced-not without the diminution of 903 1 | and with combined zeal and forces to succour the Christian 904 17,1 | It hopes will happen be fore long through the blessing 905 14,1 | unto God: for thus all our forefathers, as many as were in the 906 17,1 | authority. But if, which may God forefend, the lawful impediments 907 1 | Vicenza from any of the foreign nations. Upon receiving 908 15,2 | the elders by age, or the foremost in dignity amongst the people, 909 23,1 | offer (it); which the Lord foretold by Malachias was to be offered 910 7,2 | incur the penalty of the forfeiture of a fourth part of one 911 25,4 | of heresy-which may God forfend-which merit deposition or deprivation, 912 24,2 | the injury of time, the forgetfulness of men, or by desuetude. ~ 913 15,1 | pronounce the sentence of forgiveness or retention of sins. For 914 23,1 | grace and gift of penitence, forgives even heinous crimes and 915 7,1 | justified; lastly, the alone formal cause is the justice of 916 25,4 | Ordinary may, omitting this formality, have recourse to a private 917 7,1 | justice itself that they are formally just; let him be anathema. ~ 918 | formerly 919 7,2 | burthen whose weight would be formidable even unto angels: (the Synod) 920 7,1 | faithful also (who are) fornicators, adulterers, effeminate, 921 7,1 | unto this grace. For God forsakes not those who have been 922 13 | the next session for the fortieth day from this present, which 923 26,3 | month, that so they may fortify themselves, by that salutary 924 1 | danger, were engaged in fortifying our shores, and in furnishing 925 8,1 | be accounted exceedingly fortunate whose lot it is to rule 926 24,2 | hindrances, they shall carefully foster whatsoever appears to tend 927 26,4 | to the persons who have fought, and those who are called 928 15,5 | whatever, but that he has founded, and built anew, a church, 929 14,3 | any manner through human frailty, that injunction of the 930 15,1 | rich in mercy, knows our frame, He hath bestowed a remedy 931 26,4 | wholly regarded as made in fraudulent evasion of this decree, 932 26,3 | state of the times is so fraught with hindrances and difficulties 933 8,3 | most Christian King of the French,-took off and removed the 934 25,4 | the Parish Church to be frequented in order to hear the word 935 3,1 | they fast at least on every Friday, in memory of the passion 936 7,1 | just, and of an enemy a friend, that so he may be an heir 937 7,1 | justified, and made the friends and domestics of God, advancing 938 1 | strict alliance and holy friendship; and to succour the tottering 939 14,3 | any such appeal, as being frivolous; but they may proceed to 940 24,2 | be always observed. The froward, and incorrigible, and the 941 26,4 | able to derive examples of frugality, modesty, continency, and 942 25,4 | which shall be furnished frugally and in moderation to them 943 8,1 | rule one church well and fruitfully, and unto the salvation 944 26,4 | intentions of the testators are frustrated, and occasion is given for 945 15,5 | it is nevertheless need ful that clerics always wear 946 4,2 | confirmed by a more numerous and fuller council and attendance of 947 7,1 | comfort, when that blessed fulness of the time was come, sent 948 7,2 | exercise any pontifical function, nor ordain, in another 949 26,4 | CHAPTER XIII. ~The fourth of Funeral (dues) shall be paid to 950 26,4 | fourth, as it is called, of funerals, was accustomed to be paid 951 22,2 | are administered, not for gain, but for godliness. ~ 952 25,4 | hawking, dancing, taverns, and gaines; and be distinguished for 953 26,7 | this decree, that all evil gains for the obtaining thereof,-- 954 23,4 | their dress, comportment, gait, discourse, and all things 955 5,1 | Corinthians, (one) to the Galatians, to the Ephesians, to the 956 14,1 | adored by the apostles in Galilee. ~The holy Synod declares, 957 23,4 | luxuriousness, feastings, dances, gambling, sports, and all sorts of 958 1 | our beloved son, Cardinal Gaspar Contarini, of the title 959 15,1 | entered therein through the gate of baptism. For, what have 960 15,3 | convinced of sin, and the faith, generated by the gospel, or by the 961 6,1 | they have contracted by generation. For, unless a man be born 962 5,1 | books of Moses, to wit, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, 963 1 | were given and published at Genoa, in the year of the Incarnation 964 14,3 | kind, to apply first of all gentle fomentations to the disorders 965 14,3 | rigour to be tempered with gentleness, judgment with mercy, severity 966 14,1 | Eucharist, that sound and genuine doctrine, which the Catholic 967 4,2 | prelates in divers places are girt for their journey, and that 968 4,1 | Ghost the Lord, and the giver of life, who proceedeth 969 3,1 | those who ask of him wisdom, giveth to all abundantly, and upbraideth 970 7,1 | that so he may be also glori-fied with him. For even Christ 971 7,1 | principally that God may be gloried, have in view also the eternal 972 15,1 | wherein to glory, but all our glorying is in Christ: in whom we 973 27 | form, any commentaries, glosses, annotations, scholia, or 974 22,2 | receive thc tenth part of a golden crown (aureus) for each 975 14,1 | the special guidance and governance of the Holy Ghost, was, 976 6,2 | most religious princes and governments, for the defence and increase 977 22,1 | fountain and author of all graces--is received under the one 978 15,2 | and teaches, that our most gracious Redeemer,--who would have 979 1 | to our prayers, and had graciously received our earnest wishes 980 15,1 | the regenerate, were their gratitude towards God, as that they 981 25,4 | upon in proportion to its greatness, there would never seem 982 14,3 | subjects of complaint and grievances, and, under the subterfuge 983 7,1 | fear of hell,-whereby, by grieving for our sins, we flee unto 984 14,4 | affectionate mother that groaneth and travaileth, most ardently 985 15,1 | thee, I have laboured in my groaning, every night I will wash 986 24,2 | increasing age they may grow in worthiness of life and 987 26,4 | their own pastors, they grudge not, out of the good things 988 1 | the commonwealth safe and guarded against the arms and insidious 989 26,3 | by parents, relatives, or guardians under any pretext whatever, 990 26,4 | in (the person of) their guests. But as regards those who 991 25,4 | useful to, the church, not guided by entreaties, or human 992 26,3 | same order, and capable of guiding and of governing the flock. 993 15,4 | nor remit sin, nor comfort(h) the sick; but that it has 994 5,1 | Jonas, Micheas, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, 995 25,3 | not, to settle on her a handsome dowry at the discretion 996 1 | where it shall for some time hang exposed to be read and seen 997 1 | the wrath of God assuredly hanging over our sins,--Rhodes had 998 10,1 | from this cause, it has happened that the said matters of 999 19,1 | Holy Ghost, let them not harden their hearts, but, walking 1000 6,1 | inno-cent, immaculate, pure, harmless, and beloved of God, heirs 1001 1 | on the most friendly and harmonious terms with the most Christian 1002 14,3 | may be preserved without harshness; and they who are chastened


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