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Lateran IV

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1 1 | they now have that they may receive according to their 2 1 | the mystery of unity we may receive of Him what He has 3 2 | will, Father, that they may be one, as we also are one, 4 2 | also are one, that they may be made perfect in one" ( 5 2 | proceeds, in order that there may be distinctions in the Persons 6 3 | under whatever names they may be known, for while they 7 3 | authorities, whatever office they may hold, shall be admonished 8 3 | supreme pontiff, that he may declare the ruler's vassals 9 3 | from their allegiance and may offer the territory to be 10 3 | extermination of the heretics may possess it without hindrance 11 3 | also be intestable, that he may not have the free exercise 12 3 | greater the fault the graver may be the punishment inflicted. ~ 13 3 | their office, to which they may not be restored without 14 3 | whom also this punishment may be imposed, let their privileges 15 4 | their mother, that there may be "one fold and one shepherd." 16 5 | privileges: their bishops may confer the pallium and may 17 5 | may confer the pallium and may have the cross borne before 18 5 | before them, and appeals may be taken to them. ~Text. 19 5 | and obedience to him, they may also lawfully bestow the 20 5 | pledge of obedience. They may have the standard of the 21 5 | their jurisdiction appeals may be taken to them when necessary, 22 6 | general council, that they may enforce their observance 23 6 | transgressors. That this may be done more effectively, 24 6 | following synod, so that they may give prudent consideration 25 7 | their hands. But that they may perform unhindered the duty 26 7 | divine services, the bishop may, if he wishes, celebrate 27 8 | be true, the guilty party may be duly punished without 28 8 | made known to him, that he may have opportunity to defend 29 8 | made known to him, that he may be aware who testified against 30 9 | responsible to him. There may not, however, be two bishops 31 9 | employed, that such insolence may be curbed. ~ 32 10 | people committed to them, may instruct them by word and 33 10 | lest for want of these they may be compelled to abandon 34 10 | appointed whom the bishops may use as coadjutors and assistants, 35 12 | that no one of these four may assume the authority of 36 12 | it become expedient, they may be changed by prudent deliberation. 37 12 | known to his bishop, that he may procure his removal; but 38 12 | satisfaction, that the monasteries may serve Almighty ~God more 39 13 | already approved. A monk may not reside in different 40 13 | different monasteries nor may one abbot preside over several 41 14 | general conduct of clerics may be better let all strive 42 14 | sight of Almighty God they may perform their duties with 43 14 | not restrain from evil, may at least be withheld from 44 16 | priests and dignitaries may not wear them elsewhere 45 16 | outer garments. Buckles may under no condition be worn, 46 18 | CANON 18~SUMMARY Clerics may neither pronounce nor execute 47 18 | a sentence of death. Nor may they act as judges in extreme 48 18 | ordeals. ~Text. No cleric may pronounce a sentence of 49 18 | ecclesiastical censure. Nor may any cleric write or dictate 50 18 | not to clerics. Neither may a cleric act as judge in 51 20 | locks and keys, that they may not be reached by rash and 52 21 | of their own priest they may for a good reason abstain 53 21 | the churches, that no one may find in the plea of ignorance 54 21 | discreet and cautious that he may pour wine and oil into the 55 21 | from the nature of which he may understand what kind of 56 22 | application of bodily medicine may be of greater benefit, for 57 23 | That the ravenous wolf may not invade the Lord's flock 58 23 | pastor, that a widowed church may not suffer grave loss in 59 23 | properties, that danger to soul may be averted, and that provision 60 23 | averted, and that provision may be made for the security 61 24 | quasi-inspiration. No one may vote by proxy. ~Text. Since, 62 24 | authority of making the choice may be entrusted to some confidential 63 24 | who in the place of all may provide a pastor for the 64 24 | effect on oath, and then he may choose one of his colleagues 65 25 | ineligible in the future, nor may he be chose,, or raised 66 26 | proves to be satisfactory may he confirm. If through carelessness 67 26 | such a person, but, that he may not in some case escape 68 26 | conveniently, otherwise they may send suitable persons from 69 26 | suitable persons from whom may be ascertained the necessary 70 26 | been elected unanimously, may in the meantime and by way 71 29 | second benefice, the first may be freely conferred on another. 72 29 | the first benefice belongs may freely confer it, after 73 29 | second, on anyone whom he may deem worthy; should he delay 74 29 | personatus), adding, that no one may presume to have several 75 30 | person be appointed who may take the place of the one 76 30 | this salutary provision may be more effectively observed, 77 30 | a sentence of suspension may by no means e removed except 78 30 | the four patriarchal sees may be specially honored. ~ 79 31 | Illegitimate sons of canons may not be appointed heir fathers 80 32 | serve in the major church, may ask to have appointed for 81 33 | CANON 33~Summary. Prelates may demand procurations only 82 33 | the number of procurations may not exceed the number of 83 33 | correction, and reform, that they may bring back fruit that perishes 84 34 | many prelates, that they may provide papal legates and 85 35 | Text. That proper respect may be shown the judges and 86 35 | matter of labor and expenses may be duly considered, we decree 87 36 | the progress of the case may not be delayed by trifling 88 37 | CANON 37~Summary. No one may by means of Apostolic letters 89 37 | letters whereby their disputes may be referred to judges residing 90 37 | and expenses, that thus he may be compelled to yield in 91 37 | law, we decree that no one may by means of Apostolic letters 92 37 | commercialism, that they may revive old complaints or 93 37 | party that with their aid he may not be exposed to the loss 94 37 | plaintiff that with these he may fatigue his opponent by 95 38 | denying a fact, that falsity may not prejudice the truth, 96 38 | the truth, and injustice may not prevail over justice, 97 40 | condition of the disobedient may not be better than that 98 42 | CANON 42~SUMMARY No cleric may so extend his jurisdiction 99 42 | things that are Caesar's may be rendered to Caesar, and 100 42 | and those that are God's may by a just division be rendered 101 45 | benefice. That the punishments may not be impressed upon the 102 45 | the clerical state, nor may they hold the office of 103 46 | illusion that, although a ruler may incur anathema during the 104 47 | complaint, then the one injured may take his complaint of unjust 105 48 | Provision is made that no one may through frivolous refusal 106 48 | the judge the other, who may inquire into the cause of 107 48 | what two of them decide may obtain greater weight. Let 108 48 | superior, that the latter may take such action in his 109 48 | guilt is doubtful, that he may not impede the process of 110 50 | the proibition the effect may cease also, we, with the 111 50 | statute that such persons may in the future contract marriage 112 51 | impediments exist, they may be made known. If doubt 113 51 | impediments exist, they may be made known. Let the priests 114 53 | we decree that the owners may entrust to such people and 115 55 | lands or from lands they may acquire in the future, even 116 55 | founding new monasteries, they may commit their cultivation 117 55 | or from lands that they may acquire in the future, though 118 55 | strange lands and lands that may be acquired in the future, 119 57 | themselves only the usufruct, may be buried during the period 120 57 | locality, only one church may be opened, and that merely 121 57 | granted to some religious may be maintained in their entirety, 122 57 | by reason of which they may be rightly revoked, because 123 57 | order, ecclesiastical burial may not be denied if the churches 124 57 | nominally interdicted; and they may, therefore, take their brethren, 125 57 | usufruct, who, however, may be buried from non interdicted 126 57 | or others in which they may choose to be buried; it 127 57 | joyful arrival the churches may be opened once a year for 128 57 | church of the same order may, as has been said, be opened 129 57 | joyful arrival the churches may be opened, is plural, yet 130 58 | general interdict the bishops may within closed doors celebrate 131 58 | interdicted being excluded, they may sometimes with the doors 132 59 | namely, that no religious may, without the permission 133 61 | that council, that they may be responsible to them in 134 62 | of the bishops, and they may not preach anything not 135 62 | of not more than one year may be granted; on the anniversary 136 62 | anniversary of the dedication-, it may not exceed forty days. ~ 137 62 | Christian religion. That this may not occur hereafter, we 138 62 | in the future old relics may not be exhibited outside 139 62 | bishop, in which case they may not preach anything to the 140 62 | that the diocesan bishops may model their own upon it. 141 67 | that thus the churches may be safeguarded against loss. ~ 142 68 | three days of Holy Week they may not appear in public. ~Text: 143 68 | women. Therefore, that they may not, under pretext of error 144 68 | Particularly, since it may be read in the writings 145 68 | until Easter Sunday, .Jews may not in accordance with a 146 68 | canon 3 ruled: "That Jews may be distinguished from others, 147 70 | off the old man that they may more perfectly put on the 148 70 | salutary coercive action may preserve them in its observance, 149 HLD| themselves so prepared that they may, on June 1 of the year after 150 HLD| and material arms, they may fight with greater success 151 HLD| resided in them, and they may, if necessary, even give 152 HLD| Therefore, that this undertaking may not be impeded or retarded, 153 HLD| their chastisement others may be deterred from undertaking 154 HLD| greater number of ships may be available to those who 155 HLD| and that to the Saracens may be denied the benefits that 156 HLD| prelates discordant elements may be brought together in the 157 HLD| and blessings that they may advance worthily to salvation.


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