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INVOCATION OF Saints, and Angels, Laodicæa, 40, 55. Trent, 335 ;

and note, 405. See also 78, 98.
JUSTIFICATION, Trent, 170; 199, 364.
Mass, Canon of, Trent, 303, 398.
Mass, Sacrifice of, Trent, 298, 309; 388.
Mass, Solitary, Trent, 305, 401.
MATRIMONY, Trent, 324, 326, 403.
Oath, value of, Lateran III. 128; 345 ; Constance, 151, 353.
ORDERS, Trent, 314, 320; 403.
ORIGINAL Sin, Trent, 164 ; Effect of Baptism upon, ibid. 166; 363.
PRAYERS FOR THE DEAD, 401.
PRAYERs, in the People's own language, enjoined, Lateran IV. 141,

351, against, Trent, 307 ; 402.
Priest's INTENTION, necessary for Validity of Sacraments, Trent, 217;

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PURGATORY, taught, Florence, 152; Trent, 333; contrary to the

Fathers, 354.
Relics, use of, enjoined, Nice II., 120; Trent, 335.
RePENTANCE, or Penance, rite of, Trent, 245, 278, 376.
SACRAMENTs in general, Trent, 213; 369.
SATISFACTION, Trent, 265; 381.
SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP, Trent, 331.
SUPREMACY of Roman Church and Pontiff, witnessed against, Nice

I., 26, 27, 48; Constantinople I., 30, 31, 32, 49, 50 ; Ephesus,
34, 51; Antioch, 38, 39, 55; Chalcedon, 42, 43, 56 ; Constan-
tinople III., 45, 46, 47, 61; proclaimed, Lateran IV., 138, 140,

348; Florence, 153; 358. Treated of, 64. xxxi.
TRADITION. Constantinople IV., 121, 344; Trent, 159, 361.
TRANSUBSTANTIATION, against, Laodicæa, 40, 56; taught, Lateran

IV., 132, 346; Trent, 225. 372; condemned by the Fathers, 429.
WATER mixed with wine in Eucharist. R. 402.

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