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Lateran IV

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1 1 | CANON 1~Text: We firmly believe and openly 2 2 | CANON 2~Text: We condemn, therefore, 3 3 | CANON 3~Text. We excommunicate and anathematize 4 4 | rebaptized by the Greeks. ~Text. Though we wish to favor 5 5 | appeals may be taken to them. ~Text. Renewing the ancient privileges 6 6 | thin as need correction. ~Text. In accordance with the 7 7 | means of pecuniary gain. ~Text. By an irrefragable decree 8 8 | be punished accordingly. ~Text:. How and when a prelate 9 9 | bishops in -the same diocese. ~Text: Since in many places within 10 10 | work will prove a failure. ~Text: Among other things that 11 11 | animarum (i.e. care of souls). ~Text. Since there are some who, 12 12 | them by lay officials. ~Text: In every ecclesiastical 13 13 | over several monasteries. ~Text. Lest too great a diversity 14 14 | shall be forever deposed. ~Text: That the morals and general 15 15 | their office and benefice. ~Text. All clerics shall carefully 16 16 | keeping with their dignity. Text. Clerics shall not hold 17 17 | and nocturnal offices. ~Text: It is a matter for regret 18 18 | judicial tests and ordeals. ~Text. No cleric may pronounce 19 19 | like must be kept clean. ~Text: We do not wish to leave 20 20 | this, are to be suspended. ~Text: We decree that in all churches 21 21 | remainder of his life. ~Text. All the faithful of both 22 22 | bodily health will follow. ~Text: Since bodily infirmity 23 23 | he shall be punished. ~Text. That the ravenous wolf 24 24 | one may vote by proxy. ~Text. Since, on account of the 25 25 | and the election is null. ~Text. Whoever shall presume to 26 26 | is to be imposed on him. ~Text. Nothing is more injurious 27 27 | the direction of souls. ~Text. Since the direction of 28 28 | permission to resign must do so. ~Text: There are some who urgently 29 29 | incurred during the vacancy ~Text. With much foresight it 30 30 | patriarch of the one suspended. ~Text. It is a very inconsistent 31 31 | appointments are invalid. Text. To destroy that worst of 32 32 | congruens of its revenues. ~Text. In some localities a vice 33 33 | to preaching and reform. ~Text. The procurationes [the 34 34 | canonical (fiocesan visitation. ~Text. Since very many prelates, 35 35 | of the first instance. ~Text. That proper respect may 36 36 | with the principal cause. ~Text. When an ordinary or delegated 37 37 | such letters are invalid. ~Text. Some, abusing the good 38 38 | the judge be punished. ~Text. Since against the false 39 39 | from whom it was taken. Text. It often happens that a 40 40 | been withheld from him. ~Text. It sometimes happens that 41 41 | it rests on good faith. ~Text. Since all that is not of 42 42 | detrimental to secular justice. ~Text. As desirous as we are that 43 43 | oath of fidelity to them. ~Text. Some laymen (that is, princes) 44 44 | authority is forbidden. ~Text. Since no power to dispose 45 45 | excluded from clerical state. Text. In some provinces patrons, 46 46 | have made satisfaction. Text. Against magistrates and 47 47 | unjustly excommunicated. ~Text. With the approval of the 48 48 | jurisdiction of his judge. ~Text. By a special prohibition 49 49 | to be severely punished. ~Text. Under threat of the divine 50 50 | consanguinity and affinity. ~Text. It must not be deemed reprehensible 51 51 | the matter is cleared up. ~Text. Since the prohibition of 52 52 | uprightness is a precious asset. ~Text. Through some necessity 53 53 | compelled to pay them in full. ~Text. In some localities there 54 54 | order are to be punished. ~Text. Since it is not in the 55 55 | them with their own hands. ~Text. Lately the abbots of the 56 56 | to parochial churches. ~Text. Many regular and secular 57 57 | that merely once a year. ~Text. That the privileges which 58 58 | affected by the interdict. ~Text. The privilege that has 59 59 | greater part of the chapter. ~Text. What has been forbidden 60 60 | jurisdiction of the bishops. ~Text. From different parts of 61 61 | bishops on presentation. ~Text. In the Lateran Council 62 62 | not exceed forty days. ~Text. From the fact that some 63 63 | nor is custom any excuse. ~Text. We have learned with certainty 64 64 | communities of the same order. ~Text. Since the stain of simony 65 65 | and burial must be free. ~Text. We have heard it said of 66 66 | to retain pious customs. ~Text. It has frequently come 67 67 | fell into of the Jews. ~Text. The more the Christians 68 68 | may not appear in public. ~Text: In some provinces a difference 69 69 | intercourse with Christians. ~Text. Since it is absurd that 70 70 | returning to their former rite. ~Text. Some (Jews), we understand, 71 HLD| crusade to the Holy Land. ~Text. Desiring with an ardent


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