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Lateran IV

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1 3 | be bound to confirm this decree by oath. But if a temporal 2 3 | defense of the Holy Land. ~We decree that those who give credence 3 5 | the patriarchal sees, we decree with the approval of the 4 6 | to those things that they decree, let them enforce observance, 5 7 | Text. By an irrefragable decree we ordain that prelates 6 7 | correction and reform, we decree that no custom or apeal 7 7 | not convert this salutary decree into a means of personal 8 10 | widespread dioceses. Wherefore we decree that bishops provide suitable 9 11 | Lateran Council in a salutary decree provided that in every cathedral 10 11 | confirming the aforesaid decree, add that, not only in every 11 14 | incentive to do wrong, we decree that whoever shall be found 12 15 | and incites to lust. We decree, therefore, that that abuse 13 20 | be suspended. ~Text: We decree that in all churches the 14 21 | Wherefore, let this salutary decree be published frequently 15 21 | tribunal of penance, we decree that he be not only deposed 16 22 | we declare in the present decree and strictly command that 17 22 | pass away. We publish this decree for the reason that some, 18 22 | physician shall transgress this decree after it has been published 19 23 | security of the churches, we decree that a cathedral or regular 20 24 | the widowed churches, we decree that when an election is 21 24 | clandestine elections, and decree that as soon as an election 22 26 | remedy to this evil, we decree by an irrefragable ordinance 23 26 | latter's punishment, we decree, shall consist in this, 24 27 | easily be discovered), we decree that both those ordaining 25 28 | by mere instability, we decree that they be compelled to 26 29 | declare in the present decree that whoever shall accept 27 29 | then in accordance with the decree of the Lateran Council, 28 29 | its vacancy. The same we decree is to be observed in regard 29 31 | appointed. Such appointments, we decree are invalid; those who presume 30 32 | should live by the altar, we decree that no custom on the part 31 32 | by the authority of this decree let him be deprived of it 32 33 | to act contrary to this decree, shall not only return what 33 34 | in the execution of this decree, let him be subject to canonical 34 35 | may be duly considered, we decree that when anyone proceeds 35 37 | mention is made of this decree. Without an order from the 36 37 | forbidden by the law, we decree that no one may by means 37 37 | mention is made of this decree. ~There are also others 38 37 | rather than multiplied, we decree that if anyone shall in 39 38 | prevail over justice, we decree that in an ordinary as well 40 38 | neglects to observe this decree, if on account of this neglect 41 39 | rigor of the civil law, we decree that if anyone in the future 42 40 | that of the obedient, we decree that in the aforesaid case 43 41 | is sin (Rom. 14: 23), we decree that no prescription, whether 44 44 | against such injustice, we decree with the approval of the 45 45 | approval of the holy council we decree that if patrons, advocates, 46 46 | satisfaction within a month, we decree that they remain bound by 47 48 | giving the admonition, we decree that, should he assert that 48 49 | punishment on him; and we decree that when it is agreed that 49 50 | enactments in this matter, decree in the resent statute that 50 51 | that prevails in some, we decree that when marriages are 51 52 | beset with many dangers, we decree that in this matter hearsay 52 53 | loss in this matter, we decree that the owners may entrust 53 54 | and souls against danger, decree that by the prerogative 54 55 | be further oppressed. We decree, therefore, that from strange 55 55 | therefore, holding this decree acceptable and accepted, 56 55 | Hence it was enacted in this decree that from all strange lands 57 60 | absolutely forbid in the present decree that abbots presume to overreach 58 61 | with condign punishment, we decree that in churches that do 59 62 | we ordain in the present decree that in the future old relics 60 62 | discipline is weakened, we decree that on the occasion of 61 64 | the publication of this decree, must be placed in other 62 64 | the publication of this decree, are to be removed from 63 64 | assigned to lower ones. This we decree is to be observed also with 64 64 | bishops to see to it that this decree is published every year 65 67 | Jews, we ordain in this decree that if in the future under 66 67 | such excesses. Lastly, we decree that the Jews be compelled 67 68 | prohibited intercourse, we decree that such Jews and Saracens 68 68 | distinguished from others, we decree and emphatically command 69 70 | ought not to be put on, we decree that such persons be in 70 HLD| hands of the ungodly, we decree with the advice of prudent 71 HLD| of the council we further decree that absolutely all clerics, 72 HLD| of the Holy Land; and we decree that their possessions be 73 HLD| peace among themselves, we decree with the advice of the holy


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