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Lateran IV

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churches

   Canon
1 3 | let it be applied to the churches from which they received 2 7 | chapter, shall, in those churches in which such a custom has 3 7 | Let the prelates of the churches, therefore, be diligently 4 10| command that in cathedral churches as well as in conventual 5 10| as well as in conventual churches suitable men be appointed 6 11| cathedral church and other churches also that have sufficient 7 11| knowledge. But, since in many churches this is not observed, we, 8 11| church but also in other churches where means are sufficient, 9 11| clerics of those and other churches in the art of grammar and 10 18| presume to inflict damage on churches or injury on ecclesiastical 11 19| goods must not be stored in churches unless there be an urgent 12 19| be an urgent necessity. Churches, church vessels, and the 13 19| clerics who convert the churches into storehouses for their 14 19| of others,"' so that the churches have the appearance of the 15 19| only neglect to keep the churches clean but also leave the 16 19| household goods be placed in the churches, unless by reason of hostile 17 19| also that the aforesaid churches, vessels, corporals, and 18 20| CANON 20~SUMMARY: In all churches the Eucharist and the chrism 19 20| Text: We decree that in all churches the chrism and the Eucharist 20 21| published frequently in the churches, that no one may find in 21 23| for the security of the churches, we decree that a cathedral 22 24| danger threatens the widowed churches, we decree that when an 23 26| account of the needs of the churches, administer the respective 24 26| nothing belonging to the churches. The consecration or benediction 25 28| in view the needs of the churches over which they preside 26 29| dignities or several parochial churches; otherwise the one receiving 27 30| that thus accrues to the churches no one of sound mind is 28 30| can render to God and the churches an acceptable service, be 29 31| corruptions that grown up in many churches, we strictly forbid that 30 31| canons in the same secular churches in which their fathers have 31 32| that patrons of parochial churches and some other persons ( 32 32| themselves the revenues of those churches, leaving to the priests 33 33| procurations from other churches or persons who have not 34 44| this matter to secure the churches against loss and to provide 35 45| vicegerents, and advocates of churches have so far advanced in 36 45| and mischief when vacant churches are to be provided with 37 46| others who strive to oppress churches and ecclesiastical persons 38 46| decide that the aid of the churches ought to be enlisted to 39 51| must be published in the churches by the priests so that, 40 51| announced publicly in the churches by the priests during a 41 53| in order to defraud the churches of tithes and thus realize 42 53| therefore, to safeguard the churches against loss in this matter, 43 53| without argument pay to the churches the tithes in full, and 44 54| wishing to safeguard the churches against loss and souls against 45 54| to pay the tithes to the churches to which they are legally 46 55| monks must pay tithes to the churches from strange lands or from 47 55| which tithes are due to the churches, unless it be for the purpose 48 55| tithes will be paid to the churches, lest by reason of their 49 55| of their privileges the churches be further oppressed. We 50 55| they pay the tithes to the churches to which they were formerly 51 55| other arrangement with those churches. We therefore, holding this 52 55| that the prelates of the churches be more willing and energetic 53 55| must pay tithes to the churches to which they were formerly 54 55| other arrangement with those churches. Thomassin, Vetus et nova 55 56| prejudicial to parochial churches. ~Text. Many regular and 56 56| prejudicial to parochial churches, namely, that the administrator 57 57| may not be denied if the churches to which they belong should 58 57| whom the prelates of the churches are not permitted to bury 59 57| permitted to bury from their churches, to their own churches for 60 57| their churches, to their own churches for burial, if they (the 61 57| buried from non interdicted churches of regulars or others in 62 57| their joyful arrival the churches may be opened once a year 63 57| their joyful arrival the churches may be opened, is plural, 64 57| understood as referring to the churches of the same place separately, 65 57| place separately, but to the churches of the aforesaid places 66 61| are forbidden to receive churches and tithes from laymen without 67 61| consent of the bishops. In churches that do not belong to them 68 61| were forbidden to receive churches and tithes from the hands 69 61| punishment, we decree that in churches that do not pleno jure belong 70 62| those who come to their churches causa venerationis to be 71 62| indulgences which some prelates of churches do not hesitate to grant, 72 65| the death of rectors of churches they place the churches 73 65| churches they place the churches under interdict and will 74 67| the tithes and offerings e churches, which the Christians supplied 75 67| and offerings due to the churches, which the Christians were 76 67| the Jews, that thus the churches may be safeguarded against


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