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INDEX TO THE DOCTRINES.

ABSOLUTION, Trent, 261; 380, 386.
Attrition, Trent, 252, 378.
BAPTISM, Sacrament of, Trent, 218, 370.
CANON OF THE OLD Testament, the additional books rejected,

Laodicæa, 41, 56; enjoined, Trent, 159, 362 ; rejected by the

Fathers, 420.
Clergy, Celibacy of, against, Nice I. 28; 19; Gangra, 38, 153;

enjoined, Lateran I. 125; 345; II. 126; 345 ; Trent, 329; Re-

ferred to, 349, 350, 358.
Clergy, Marriage of, after ordination, against, Neocæsarea, 37; and

note, 52; treated of, 62.
COMMUNION in one kind, Constance, 144; and note, 353; Trent,

290; 295; 388; 403; condemned by the Fathers, 443.
Confession, enjoined by Lateran IV. 447 ; Trent, 255; 378, 385,

386.
CONFIRMATION, Trent, 223; 371.
CONTRITION, Trent, 252; 384.
Creed, New, forbidden, Ephesus, 33; Chalcedon, 37; indirectly,

Trent, 156, 359.
Creed of Pius IV. Referred to, xxvi. Given at length, xlvi.
EUCHARIST, Trent, 225, 238; adoration of, 231 ; preparation for,

234; use of, 236. Notes, 372 and following.
Extreme Unction, Trent, 270, 287, 382.
Good Works, Trent, 208, 367.
HEREtics, treatment of, Lateran III., 128, 346 ; IV. 133, 348;

Constance, 151, 353.
Images, use of, in religious worship, enjoined, Nice II. 109; Constan-

tinople IV , 123; Trent, 335; and note, 408 ; condemned by the

Fathers, 417.
INDULGENces, Trent, 339, 409.
INFALLIBILITY, R. 411.

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