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CANON VIII. If any shall say, that grace is not conferred by the sacraments of the new law by the actual performance of them, but that belief of the divine promise alone avails to obtain grace; let him be accursed.
Canon VIII. Si quis dixerit, per ipsa novæ legis sacramenta ex opere operato non conferri gratiam, sed solam fidem divinæ promissionis ad gratiam consequendam sufficere ; anathema sit.
Canon IX. If any shall say, that in three sacraments, to wit, Baptism, Confirmation, and Orders, a character is not impressed upon the soul, that is to say, a certain spiritual and indelible mark, by reason of which they cannot be repeated; let him be accursed.
Canon IX. Si quis dixerit, in tribus sacramentis, Baptismo scilicet, Confirmatione, et Ordine, non imprimi characterem in anima, hoc est signum quoddam spirituale, et indelebile, unde ea iterari non possunt; anathema sit.
CANON X. If any shall say, that all Christians have power to minister the Word, and all the sacraments; let him be accursed.
Canon X. Si quis dixerit, Christianos omnes in Verbo, et omnibus sacramentis administrandis, habere potestatem ; anathema sit.
Canon XI. If any shall say, that there is not required in the ministers while they perform and confer the sacraments, at least the intention of doing what the Church does; let him be accursed.
Canon XI. Si quis dixerit, in ministris, dum sacramenta conficiunt, et conferunt, non requiri intentionem saltem faciendi quod facit Ecclesia; anathema sit.
CANON XII. If any shall say, that a minister, in mortal sin, cannot perform or confer a sacrament, provided he shall observe all the essentials which appertain to the performing or conferring a sacrament; let him be accursed.
Canon XII. Si quis dixerit, ministrum, in peccato mortali existentem, modo omnia essentialia, quæ ad sacramentum conficiendum aut conferendum pertinent, servaverit, non conficere aut conferre sacramentum ; anathema sit.
CANON XIII. If any shall say, that the received and approved rites of the Catholic Church, accustomed to be observed in the solemn administration of the sacra
Canon XIII. Si quis dixerit, receptos, et approbatos Ecclesiæ Catholicæ ritus, in solemni sacramentorum administratione adhiberi conments, may be either despised, or omitted by the ministers at their discretion, or can be altered for new ones, by any pastor of churches; let him be accursed.
suetos, aut contemni, aut sine peccato a ministris pro libito omitti, aut in novos alios per quemcumque ecclesiarum pastorem mutari posse; anathema sit.
CANON I. If any shall say, that the baptism of John had the same efficacy as the baptism of Christ ; let him be accursed.
Canon I. Si quis dixerit, baptismum Joannis habuisse eamdem vim cum baptismo Christi; anathema sit.
Canon II. If any shall say, that real and natural water is not necessary in baptism, and so shall pervert the words of our Lord Christ, “ Except a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost,” into some metaphor; let him be accursed.
Canon II. Si quis dixerit, aquam veram et naturalem non es sede necessitate baptismi, atque ideo verba illa Domini nostri Jesu Christi, “Nisi quis renatus fuerit ex aqua et Spiritu sancto," ad metaphoram aliquam detorserit ; anathema sit.
CANON III. If any shall say, that the Church of Rome, which is the mother and mistress of all churches, has not the true doctrine concerning the sacrament of baptism; let him be accursed.
Canon III. Si quis dixerit, in Ecclesia Romana, quæ omnium ecclesiarum mater est, et magistra, non esse veram de baptismi sacramento doctrinam ; anathema sit.
CANON IV. If any shall say, that the baptism which is given even by heretics, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, with the intention of doing what the Church does, is not true baptism; let him be accursed.
Canon IV. Si quis dixerit, baptismum, qui etiam datur ab hæreticis in nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti, cum intentione faciendi quod facit Ecclesia, non esse verum baptismum : anathema sit.
CANON V. If any shall say that baptism is free, that is, not necessary to salvation; let him be accursed.
Canon V. Si quis dixerit, baptismum liberum esse, hoc est non necessarium ad salutem ; anathema sit.
CANON VI. If any shall say, that a baptized person cannot, if he will, lose grace, however much he may sin, unless he refuses to believe ; let him be accursed.
Canon VI. Si quis dixerit, baptizatum non posse, etiam si velit, gratiam amittere, quantumcumque peccet, nisi nolit credere ; anathema sit.
CANON VII. If any shall say, that baptized persons are by baptism itself become debtors only to faith alone, and not to keeping the whole law of Christ ; let him be accursed.
Canon VII. Si quis dixerit, baptizatos per baptismum ipsum solius tantum fidei debitores fieri, non autem universæ legis Christi servandæ ; anathema sit.
Canon VIII. If any shall say, that baptized persons are freed from all the commands of holy Church, whether written or traditional, so that they are not bound to observe them, unless they are willing of their own accord to submit themselves to them; let him be accursed.
Canon VIII. Si quis dixerit, baptizatos liberos esse ab omnibus sanctæ Ecclesiæ præceptis, quæ vel scripta, vel tradita sunt, ita ut ea observare non teneantur, nisi se sua sponte illis submittere voluerint; anathema sit.
CANON IX. If any shall say, that men are to be so recalled to the memory of the baptism which they have re
Canon IX. Si quis dixerit, ita revocandos esse homines ad baptismi suscepti memoriam, ut vota omnia, quæ post baptismum fiunt, vi