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Lateran IV

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   Canon
1 1 | There is one Universal Church of the faithful, outside 2 1 | accordance with the keys of the Church, which Jesus Christ Himself 3 1 | the form prescribed by the Church by anyone whatsoever, leads 4 2 | people and many faithful one Church, according to the words: " 5 2 | that they constitute one Church by reason of the unity of 6 2 | that faith which the Roman Church holds, which by the will 7 3 | heretics pointed out by the Church; so that whenever anyone 8 3 | requested and admonished by the Church, should neglect to cleanse 9 3 | have been ostracized by the Church, let them be excommunicated 10 3 | give the sacraments of the Church to such pestilential people, 11 4 | submit to them. After the Church of the Greeks with some 12 4 | removing such scandal from the Church of God, and advised by the 13 4 | children to the Holy Roman Church, their mother, that there 14 5 | council, that after the Roman Church, which by the will of God 15 5 | themselves, and for the Roman Church the pledge of obedience. 16 7 | canons of the cathedral church, the correction of which 17 7 | celebrate in the cathedral church, and on his complaint the 18 8 | presence of the seniors of the church carefully inquire into the 19 9 | administer the sacraments of the Church and instruct them by word 20 11 | SUMMARY In every cathedral church and other churches also 21 11 | students. The metropolitan church ought to have a theologian 22 11 | that in every cathedral church a suitable benefice be assigned 23 11 | gratis the clerics of that church and other poor students, 24 11 | only in every cathedral church but also in other churches 25 11 | master, let the metropolitan church have also a theologian, 26 11 | instructor. If the metropolitan church cannot support two masters, 27 11 | sufficiency is provided by another church of its city or diocese. ~ 28 13 | to grave confusion in the Church of God, we strictly forbid 29 16 | the divine office in the church they are not to wear cappas 30 16 | use in public and in the church outer garments made of linen, 31 19 | urgent necessity. Churches, church vessels, and the like must 32 21 | shall be cut off from the Church (excommunicated) during 33 22 | off (arceatur) from the Church till he has made suitable 34 23 | a pastor, that a widowed church may not suffer grave loss 35 23 | that a cathedral or regular church must not be without a bishop 36 23 | prudent men the widowed church with a suitable pastor, 37 23 | chosen from the widowed church itself, or from another 38 24 | a pastor for the widowed church. An election in any other 39 26 | is more injurious to the Church of God than the selection 40 27 | of the sacraments of the Church. If in the future they presume 41 29 | form shall indemnify the church for the losses incurred 42 29 | compelled to indemnify the church in question from his own 43 29 | several dignities in the same church, even though they have not 44 32 | Summary. The rector of a church, notwithstanding the custom 45 32 | portion of the revenues of the church. He who has a parochial 46 32 | He who has a parochial church must serve it-himself. If 47 32 | He who has a parochial church must serve it himself and 48 32 | perchance there be a parochial church annexed to the prebend or 49 32 | him to serve in the major church, may ask to have appointed 50 32 | appointed for the parochial church a suitable and irremovable 51 32 | of the revenues of that church; otherwise by the authority 52 32 | benefice from the revenues of a church that ought to have its own 53 33 | he received, but to the church that he so op pressed he 54 45 | rights in the matter of church government are to be restrained 55 45 | mutilate the rector of some church or another cleric of that 56 45 | or another cleric of that church, the patrons shall lose 57 46 | malice of some toward the Church of God, we add that the 58 47 | forbidden entrance to the church for a period of one month, 59 55 | ancient discipline of the Church. The first who absolved 60 56 | returned to the parochial church. ~ 61 57 | interdicted locality, only one church may be opened, and that 62 57 | privileges which the Roman Church has granted to some religious 63 57 | town, or village, only one church of the same order may, as 64 57 | if they should visit each church of the same place, the interdict 65 62 | brought on the keys of the Church, and the penitential discipline 66 62 | occasion of the dedication of a church an indulgence of not more 67 66 | faithful in behalf of the church (that is, of giving freely 68 66 | that the sacraments of the Church be administered freely and 69 68 | V and VI; Grayzel, The Church and the Jews in the XIlIth 70 HLD| cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, will pay one-tenth of our 71 HLD| all the prelates of the Church. Besides, special protectors 72 HLD| that to such people the church be not opened till they 73 HLD| by the authority of the Church the secular power will be


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