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personally 8
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persons 48
pertain 4
pertains 4
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51 holy
49 there
48 only
48 persons
47 anyone
46 at
46 do

Lateran IV

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persons

   Canon
1 1 | Son, and Holy Ghost; three Persons indeed but one essense, 2 2 | quaternity, namely, three Persons and that common essense 3 2 | together (simul) three persons and each one of them singly. 4 2 | because each of the three persons is that entity, namely, 5 2 | may be distinctions in the Persons who unity in the nature. 6 2 | grace, then for the divine persons, as implying a unity of 7 3 | archdeacon or some other suitable persons, twice or at least once 8 6 | To ensure this, reliable persons are to be appointed who 9 6 | diocese prudent and upright persons, who throughout the entire 10 8 | spiteful and slanderous persons, but from those who are 11 8 | are prudent and upright persons, and not only once but often, 12 12 | than six horses and eight persons. In inaugurating this new 13 12 | chapter religious and prudent persons should be appointed who, 14 12 | disposed of by the aforesaid persons, let it be referred without 15 12 | command diocesan bishops and persons attending the chapters, 16 12 | the monasteries either in persons or properties and if perchance 17 12 | properties and if perchance these persons should so molest, let the 18 18 | injury on ecclesiastical persons, let him be restrained by 19 20 | reached by rash and indiscreet persons and used for impious and 20 24 | entrusted to some confidential persons, who in the place of all 21 26 | otherwise they may send suitable persons from whom may be ascertained 22 27 | CANON 27~SUMMARY Incompetent persons must not be promoted to 23 29 | case of eminent and learned persons who are to be honored with 24 30 | confer benefices on unworthy persons. The removal of this suspension 25 30 | we command that unworthy persons be rejected and suitable 26 32 | churches and some other persons (including bishops), arrogate 27 33 | the number of horses and persons accompanying them. This 28 33 | procurations from other churches or persons who have not yet been burdened 29 37 | perchance it be a question of persons from whom a mandate ought 30 38 | order, the time, places, and persons to be designated. A copy 31 43 | they compel ecclesiastical persons who are under no obligation 32 43 | clerics be forced by secular persons to take an oath of this 33 44 | consent of ecclesiastical persons under pretext of lay power, 34 46 | churches and ecclesiastical persons with taxes and other exactions, 35 46 | promulgated by excommunicated persons in this matter or by their 36 47 | the presence of suitable persons by whom, if need be, such 37 50 | resent statute that such persons may in the future contract 38 52 | it comes from reputable persons to whom uprightness is a 39 52 | unless they be reputable persons to whom uprightness is a 40 52 | must have been reliable persons, beyond suspicion and of 41 52 | legitimate acts are denied to persons of a disreputable character. 42 52 | interest; let them designate persons by their names or by a satisfactory 43 52 | oath that they have seen persons who belonged to at least 44 63 | many places and by many persons exactions and base extortions 45 65 | interdict and will not allow any persons to be appointed to the vacancies 46 70 | on, we decree that such persons be in every way restrained 47 HLD| other assessments. Their persons and possessions, after they 48 HLD| by the prelates on their persons and lands. We excommunicate


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