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2003 8,1 | alone in the divine promise suffices for the obtaining of grace; 2004 24,2 | aided by the two oldest suffragans, shall take care to establish 2005 16,1 | the Holy Ghost should have suggested, decrees on these subjects, 2006 26,4 | account of the malicious suggestions of suitors, and at times 2007 26,2 | such wise that no images, (suggestive) of false doctrine, and 2008 23,4 | suppresses what is true, or suggests what is false. ~CHAPTER 2009 26,13| CLOSE OF THE COUNCIL, AND ON SUING FOR CONFIRMATION FROM OUR 2010 14,1 | the holy Catholic Church, suitably and properly called Transubstantiation. ~ 2011 26,4 | malicious suggestions of suitors, and at times also by reason 2012 26,4 | laymen, and to terminate suits, by means of pecuniary fines, 2013 26,11| provided for, either by summoning particularly out of the 2014 7,1 | Justification; which (doctrine) the sun of justice, Christ Jesus, 2015 26,3 | shall be null; and shall not superinduce any obligation to the observance 2016 26,3 | time of profession, the Superioress of the convent shall be 2017 5,2 | flatteries, detractions, superstitions, impious and diabolical 2018 23,3 | as being the invention of superstitious worship, rather than of 2019 14,1 | frequently to receive that supersubstantial bread, and that it may be 2020 27 | impediments and difficulties which supervened, be even then brought to 2021 26,2 | that it is good and useful suppliantly to invoke them, and to have 2022 26,2 | or, that it is foolish to supplicate, vocally, or mentally, those 2023 20,1 | and celebrated. Meanwhile, supplication is to be made to the God 2024 3,1 | enjoins by the apostle, supplications, prayers, intercessions, 2025 24,2 | orders, their place may be supplied by married clerics of approved 2026 1 | Christian king, the two main supports and stays of the Christian 2027 24,2 | the ancient canons, not supposed to be absent, for that they 2028 8,3 | you shall seem fit, and to suppress and dissolve that which 2029 23,4 | prayer of the petition, which suppresses what is true, or suggests 2030 14,3 | what is false, or by the suppression of the truth. ~CHAPTER VI. ~ 2031 25,4 | the aforesaid unions or suppressions be set aside or hindered 2032 15,1 | of God any way accounted surer to turn aside the impending 2033 25,4 | damages which they have sustained. ~Furthermore, should any 2034 27 | people who are under their sway, but utterly to interdict 2035 7,1 | not heavy; whose yoke is sweet and whose burthen light. 2036 26,3 | whatsoever, even though sworn to, and any customs, or 2037 23,1 | and wine; and, under the symbols of those same things, He 2038 25,4 | whole and entire. ~Diocesan Synods also shall be celebrated 2039 25,4 | and customs, a uniform system cannot be followed everywhere, 2040 3,1 | introduced, even at the tables of bishops; and let each 2041 26,15| said decree, and having takein the advice of the most reverend 2042 25,3 | of avail; and whereas it takes into account the grievous 2043 6,1 | lamb of God behold him who taketh away the sins of the world; 2044 3,1 | performed, let there be no talking or conversing together, 2045 14,1 | pluck up by the roots those tares of execrable errors and 2046 15,5 | though they may reside, or tarry in a place within no diocese, 2047 7,1 | professed, observed, and taugh; let him be anathema. ~CANON 2048 25,4 | hunting, hawking, dancing, taverns, and gaines; and be distinguished 2049 24,2 | the said unions, or the taxation, or assignment, and incorporation 2050 22,2 | quashing and prohibiting all taxes to the contrary, and all 2051 15,1 | of Penance, without many tears and great labours on our 2052 19,3 | said Synod, and the pro tection of its agents ; and further, 2053 26,14| Angelus MASSARELLI, bishop of Telesia, secretary of the sacred 2054 17,2 | can neither think of, nor tell without the greatest sorrow 2055 14,3 | even obtain for him that tells it, the pardon of another 2056 5,2 | wishing to repress that temerity, by which the words and 2057 1 | of Peter, in so great a tempest, and in the midst of so 2058 27 | tossed by so many storms and tempests, and, whilst it was day 2059 26,2 | retained particularly in temples, and that due honour and 2060 26,3 | both in spirituals and temporals, through the mal-administration 2061 15,2 | more readily resists the temptations of the devil who lies in 2062 25,2 | does He suffer us to be tempted above that which we are 2063 24,2 | unless it be formed, from its tender years, unto piety and religion, 2064 26,4 | issued with the view as it is termed, of causing a revelation, 2065 25,4 | calamities of these times, terminating the controversies concerning 2066 25,4 | year at latest from the termination of the present council, 2067 26,4 | grant a place within their territories for single combat between 2068 5,1 | of the Old and of the New Testament--seeing that one God is the 2069 14,1 | of the bread and wine, He testified, in express and clear words, 2070 22,1 | having been regenerated by th by the laver of baptism, 2071 14,1 | their minds are grateful and thankful to their common Lord and 2072 27 | made it our care that the thanksgivings so justly due should be 2073 22,1 | species of bread; because that-as some falsely assert--He 2074 26,4 | their dignity; nor conduct themseIves with unworthy servility 2075 15,5 | of screening themselves thereby--save to two only, and this 2076 25,4 | a portion of the fruits thereof--to support the duties of 2077 5,1 | the Colossians, two to the Thessalonians, two to Timothy, (one) to 2078 7,1 | will give him, he shall not thirst for ever; but it shall become 2079 26,3 | convent, who are beyond their thirtieth year, and who have, since 2080 26,14| sixty-eight bishops, seven abbots, thirty-nine proctors of absent (prelates) 2081 1 | dignity. But above all, let this--which is a thing very easy 2082 19,1 | peace of Christ rejoicing in thoir hearts, whereunto they are 2083 14,4 | all the errors which like thorns have sprung up again on 2084 6,1 | which God had previously threatened him, and, together with 2085 25,3 | magistrates, as that, by threats and ill-usage, they compel 2086 26,3 | superiors shall, twice or thrice a year, offer them an extraordinary 2087 17,2 | mankind, to wit, striving, and throwing difficulties upon difficulties 2088 25,1 | confirmed the firmness of that tie, proclaimed so long before 2089 24,2 | hopes will be religious and timorous; seeing that their hearts 2090 5,1 | the Thessalonians, two to Timothy, (one) to Titus, to Philemon, 2091 15,1 | us without any sat is fac tion, as that, taking occasion 2092 15,5 | bishops, who are called titular, even though they may reside, 2093 26,3 | abbots, priors, or any other titularies whatsoever, for the purposes 2094 15,5 | vacant by the death of the titulary incumbent, or by his resignation, 2095 5,1 | two to Timothy, (one) to Titus, to Philemon, to the Hebrews; 2096 19,1 | heart of the fathers unto tke children, and the heart 2097 5,1 | which is entitled Nehemias; Tobias, Judith, Esther, Job, the 2098 3,1 | statute of the council of Toledo--ought either to be boisterous 2099 1 | from the Church, were to be tolerated until they should be examined 2100 26,5 | remain are deferred till tomorrow, in continuation of this 2101 1 | name was rent and well-nigh torn asunder by schisms, dissensions, 2102 27 | holy Church, agitated and tossed by so many storms and tempests, 2103 25,4 | household of the Lord will totter, if what is required in 2104 1 | friendship; and to succour the tottering cause of Christendom: for 2105 25,3 | those designated, should touch the baptized, they shall 2106 14,1 | weakened and broken; or, touched with shame and confounded, 2107 7,1 | such sort that, while God touches the heart of man by the 2108 16,1 | dissensions and schisms touchingreligion,and to provide for its tranquillity, 2109 26,3 | within cities or popu-lous towns, calling in even, if need 2110 22,2 | or to exercise any sordid trade, to the disgrace of their 2111 24,2 | and that they may not be traduced by heretics as useless; 2112 24,2 | and places, set apart for training or maintaining youths, and 2113 8,3 | BULL WITH FACULTY TO TRANFER THE COUNCIL~Paul, bishop, 2114 7,1 | glory of Almighty God, the tranquillising of the Church, and the salvation 2115 1 | from various parts; and to transact and attend to such matters 2116 25,4 | proportion of the costs of transferring those acts, provided that 2117 14,3 | the grievousness of the transgression, there be need of the rod, 2118 1 | Infidels, yet, through our transgressions and the guilt of us all,-- 2119 24,2 | abuse that right, and that transgressors are punished with the penalties 2120 25,4 | When the time appointed has transpired, all those whose names have 2121 14,4 | mother that groaneth and travaileth, most ardently desiring 2122 1 | to crush that rebellion, traversed France on the most friendly 2123 25,3 | remedy be applied; wherefore, treading in the steps of the sacred 2124 7,1 | Himself, in such wise that the treason of Judas is no less His 2125 6,2 | them; that the heavenly treasure of the sacred books, which 2126 22,2 | understand, that these heavenly treasures of the Church are administered, 2127 15,1 | into more grievous sins, treasuring up wrath against the Jay 2128 7,1 | fall, and, with fear and trembling work out their salvation, 2129 7,1 | the just, Forgive us our trespasses, is both humble and true. 2130 13 | Archbishops of Mayence and Treves,-electoral princes of the 2131 26,4 | whether in delaying the trial of the suit, or any other 2132 7,1 | momentary and light of our tribulation, worketh for us above measure 2133 14,1 | fictitious and imaginary tropes, whereby the verity of the 2134 25,4 | as not to allow of the trouble of all this examination; 2135 25,4 | shall be careful not to be troublesome or burthensome to any one 2136 1 | the two princes, yet was a truce for ten years agreed upon; 2137 26,4 | places be henceforth en-trusted to one and the same person 2138 17,1 | acquiesce unanimously in the truthful reasons of the Church; when 2139 3,1 | to cause disturbance by tumult; none to be contentious 2140 7,1 | to be sinners, they, by turning themselves, from the fear 2141 25,4 | in some churches called Turnorum lucra; and whereas the holy 2142 21 | SESSION THE TWENTIETH,~Being the fourth under 2143 17 | III., celebrated on the twenty-eighth day of April, MDLII. ~ 2144 26,14| cardinals, three patriarchs, twenty-five archbishops, one hundred 2145 25 | SESSION THE TWENTY-FOURTH,~Being the eighth under 2146 25,4 | and who are not less than twenty-two years of age. Those also 2147 9,1 | already indicted for the twentyfirst of April ought to be celebrated, 2148 5,2 | Scripture are turned and twisted to all sorts of profane 2149 23,1 | was prefigured by various types of sacrifices, during the 2150 25,2 | times of the year, is a tyrannical superstition, derived from 2151 14,3 | but they may proceed to ulterior measures, that appeal, or 2152 17,1 | disposed as to acquiesce unanimously in the truthful reasons 2153 26,2 | is disorderly, or that is unbecomingly or confusedly arranged, 2154 14,1 | sacred Eucharist. ~If it is unbeseeming for any one to approach 2155 26,1 | manner, such things as are uncertain, or which labour under an 2156 7,1 | availeth anything, nor uncircumcision, but faith which worketh 2157 26,2 | kiss, and before which we uncover the head, and prostrate 2158 8,1 | for him, and after having undergone a previous careful examination. ~ 2159 26,4 | demand, that nothing be left undone which may seem in any wise 2160 1 | not attend, that they are, undoubtedly to repair to and to be present 2161 1 | that an unhesitating and undoubting faith be given to copies 2162 17,1 | wear away their time in unemployment, useless in both regards. 2163 14,1 | a mind ever grateful and unforgetting, this most excellent benefit 2164 22,1 | Christian religion, not been unfrequent, yet, in progress of time, 2165 25,4 | through the passion of ungodly covetousness deceiving themselves, 2166 7,1 | in baptism, to those who, ungrateful to the grace of God which 2167 1 | ordain and decree, that an unhesitating and undoubting faith be 2168 24,2 | begins, clerici qui cum unicis, shall be observed; provided 2169 25,4 | peoples, and customs, a uniform system cannot be followed 2170 26,4 | property, shall be left wholly unimpaired and untouched. As regards 2171 26,10| republics, and princes are uninjured and untouched, and continue 2172 15,5 | but little fit, and are uninstructed and ignorant, and who have 2173 7,1 | whether they have preserved uninterruptedly the grace received, or whether 2174 26,4 | them may give his vote in unison with that of the bishop. 2175 7,1 | be added thereto, neither unites man perfectly with Christ, 2176 26,4 | of avail in their regard, unless-besides other things necessary for 2177 26,2 | when expedient for the unlettered people; it happen that the 2178 | unlikely 2179 5,2 | with the press ofttimes unnamed, often even fictitious, 2180 1 | in a special manner both unobstructed access, and a safe and free 2181 25,4 | that, setting aside all unprofitable questions, they endeavour 2182 14,3 | should not only itself go unpunished, but even obtain for him 2183 15,1 | account of them. Whence it is unreasonable to teach, that these circumstances 2184 8,3 | absent therefrom, full and unrestrained power and faculty, to transfer 2185 23,4 | the Bishops. ~Whereas the unskilfulness of notaries causes very 2186 24,1 | human figment devised by men unskilled in ecclesiastical matters; 2187 1 | long journey, though sorely unsuited to our advanced age. Meanwhile, 2188 1 | was this, that we were unwilling that our hope should be 2189 23,1 | cannot be defiled by any unworthiness, or malice of those that 2190 5,1 | the written books, and the unwritten traditions which, received 2191 3,1 | giveth to all abundantly, and upbraideth them not; and knowing withal 2192 26,3 | everything may be conducted uprightly and without fraud, in the 2193 14,1 | sensible of the fruit and usefulness thereof: whereas the third ( 2194 26,2 | other sacred monuments, are uselessly honoured by the faithful; 2195 25,4 | of wills made for pious uses--except that which is of 2196 1 | which, by law or custom, are usually passed and proposed in the 2197 23,4 | Ordinary. ~CHAPTER XI. ~Usurpers of the property of any Church, 2198 23,4 | of Vienne, which begins, Ut ii qui, which by this present 2199 26,4 | the holy Synod, with the utmost earnestness, admonishes 2200 3,1 | tempered by the mildest utterance of the words spoken, that 2201 25,1 | last words as having been uttered by God, He said, therefore 2202 6,2 | suppressing the truth, or by uttering what is false. ~Those who 2203 25,4 | whatsoever in regard of future vacancies in benefices, nor indults 2204 26,4 | either of the above shall vacate it, it shall receive again 2205 24,2 | whatever in which they may be vacated, even be it in the Roman 2206 24,1 | Ghost is not given; and that vainly therefore do the bishops 2207 1 | Venetians, and which, by their valour, authority, and power, offered 2208 25,4 | of which, in real annual value, does not exceed the sum 2209 26,4 | towards God, and a contempt of vanities. Also, It wholly forbids 2210 15,2 | things are most manifestly at variance with the perspicuous words 2211 26,9 | however, by reason of the variety and multitude of books cannot 2212 24,2 | Churches in residing is variously punished: provision is made 2213 1 | enemy, attacked Italy with a vast fleet; took, sacked, ravaged 2214 7,1 | schismatics; and with great vehemence is this vain confidence, 2215 15,1 | they flowed from a certain vehement hatred of their past life, 2216 15,2 | wherein he strains more vehemently all the powers of his craft 2217 14,1 | now eat under the sacred veils. ~But forasmuch as it is 2218 5,1 | orthodox Fathers, receives and venerates with an equal affection 2219 1 | city granted to us by the Venetians, and which, by their valour, 2220 14,3 | condemnation, as also to his verbal deposition; and he shall 2221 8,1 | causes, which are to be verified before the Ordinary of the 2222 14,1 | imaginary tropes, whereby the verity of the flesh and blood of 2223 25,4 | priest; and this even in the vernacular tongue, if need be, and 2224 17,1 | and Aloysius, Bishop of Verona, Apostolic Nuncios, presiding 2225 24,2 | to be examined by persons versed in divine and human laws. ~ 2226 26,4 | cure of souls; the name of vicarage cease; and it shall be restored 2227 15,5 | parochial churches, perpetual vicarages, simple benefices, prestimonies, 2228 25,4 | Apostolic See, or the legates, vice-legates, or nuncios of that see, 2229 3,1 | of God; to offer up victims, praises, and prayers; to 2230 23,1 | thanks to God for their victories, he implores their patronage, 2231 14,1 | divine a benefit, whereby the victory and triumph of His death 2232 7,2 | and God, and the provident vigilance of His own vicar on earth, 2233 7,1 | into the members, and the vine into the branches,-and this 2234 19,3 | or pre-eminence, shall violate--which may the Almighty for 2235 25,2 | him be anathema. ~CANON VlI.-If any one saith, that 2236 26,2 | is foolish to supplicate, vocally, or mentally, those who 2237 26,3 | supply the place of the voices and suffrages of those who 2238 8,1 | Innocent IV., beginning Volentes, set forth in the general 2239 26,3 | names of the respective voters shall never be made known. 2240 26,3 | ought to be chosen by secret voting, in such wise as that the 2241 26,3 | established outside the walls of a city or town, are exposed, 2242 15,5 | people, and being in a manner wanderers, having no fixed see, and 2243 26,2 | the saints by luxury and wantonness. ~In fine, let so great 2244 14,3 | whatsoever, shall not be cited or warned to appear in person, except 2245 3,1 | of a correct judgment be warped by the mind being troubled. ~ 2246 15,1 | groaning, every night I will wash my bed, I will recount to 2247 15,1 | for those who begged to be washed by the sacrament of Baptism ; 2248 7,1 | cause is a merciful God who washes and sanctifies gratuitously, 2249 26,4 | poor, but not misapply, or waste, it for their sakes : yea, 2250 1 | those good wishes, whilst watching for that hidden time, for 2251 23,1 | the peoples are called waters, the union of that faithful 2252 22,1 | title is missing in the Waterworth translation, 1848 edition. ~ 2253 1 | violent an agitation of the waves of heresies, dissensions, 2254 14,1 | Church, may either pine away weakened and broken; or, touched 2255 15,2 | remedies against all the weapons of all their enemies,--as, 2256 1 | they had with them, being wearied and exhausted by the journey 2257 24,2 | ecclesiastical benefice; or, wearing the ecclesiastical dress 2258 14,1 | divine table clothed with the wedding garment. Now as to the reception 2259 26,15| that, on this day, being Wednesday, the twenty-sixth of January, 2260 25,4 | concerned, shall examine and weigh with care, what churches 2261 26,4 | diligently and very maturely weighed ; nor shall he be induced 2262 24,1 | suitable that, in the most well-ordered settlement of the church, 2263 24,2 | educating the same therein. ~Wereas the age of youth, unless 2264 26,3 | immediately subject, in what-soever pertains to the said 2265 16,2 | think fit, and any articles what-ever, either in writing, or by 2266 19,1 | doctrines, as cockle from the wheat of Christian truth, and 2267 19,3 | of them, shall wish, and whensover such is their or his pleasure, 2268 19,1 | rejoicing in thoir hearts, whereunto they are called, lit one 2269 | wherever 2270 | whither 2271 7,2 | to be found at this time, who-as is grievously to be lamented-forgetful 2272 | whoever 2273 26,3 | whatever, force any virgin, or widow, or any other woman whatsoever,-- 2274 26,3 | all religious virgins and widows soever, even though living 2275 26,4 | rashly or for slight causes wielded, it is more despised than 2276 25,4 | except that proceeding from wilful homicide, and those crimes 2277 14,3 | Session, so much the more willingly reside in the churches committed 2278 7,1 | word of Christ; If thou wilt enter into life, keep the 2279 6,1 | carried about with every wind of doctrine; whereas that 2280 26,3 | votes of each, at the little window in the gates. In other particulars, 2281 1 | this change public, and winter was now near; we were again 2282 14,1 | Fathers have rightly and wisely distinguished three ways 2283 1 | its integrity; yet were we wishful to hold that council with 2284 3,1 | upbraideth them not; and knowing withal that The fear of the Lord 2285 9,1 | considering moreover the withdrawal of many prelates since the 2286 26,4 | to be paid in full: those withholding, or hindering, the payment 2287 7,1 | opposition also to the subtle wits of certain men, who, by 2288 7,2 | most certain that, if the wolf have devoured the sheep, 2289 19,1 | cannot forget the sons of her womb, with one mouth may glorify 2290 6,1 | born from their mothers' wombs, even though they be sprung 2291 7,1 | most holy Passion on the wood of the cross, and made satisfaction 2292 15,5 | garment that is woven of woollen and linen together. ~CHAPTER 2293 7,1 | justification-whether faith or works-merit the grace itself of justification. 2294 26,2 | of which they are to be worshipped; or that anything is to 2295 25,4 | bishop alone shall select the worthiest from amongst the worthy, 2296 24,2 | increasing age they may grow in worthiness of life and in learning; 2297 15,5 | not wear a garment that is woven of woollen and linen together. ~ 2298 15,1 | this sacrament, falsely wrest those words to the power 2299 5,2 | of Christian doctrine, --wresting the sacred Scripture to 2300 4,1 | with the apostles, that Its wrestling is not against flesh and 2301 23,3 | considers, that, in holy writ, he is called accursed, 2302 15,1 | some calumniate Catholic writers, as if they had maintained 2303 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXIII.-lf any one saith, that 2304 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXIV.-If any one saith, that 2305 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXIX.-If any one saith, that 2306 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXV.-If any one saith, that, 2307 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXVI.-If any one saith, that 2308 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXVII.-If any one saith, that 2309 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXVIII.-If any one saith, that, 2310 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXX.-If any one saith, that, 2311 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXXI.-If any one saith, that 2312 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXXII.-If any one saith, that 2313 7,1 | him be anathema. ~CANON XXXIII.-If any one saith,that,by 2314 25,4 | above three months in each year-saving, however, the constitutions 2315 1 | Cisalpine Italy,---nevertheless yielded up our will, with paternal 2316 7,1 | commandments are not heavy; whose yoke is sweet and whose burthen 2317 | yourselves 2318 24,2 | therein. ~Wereas the age of youth, unless it be rightly trained, 2319 5,1 | Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, Malachias; two books of 2320 16,1 | at last, as becomes those zealous for evangelical truth, acquiesce


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