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acknowledged his belief act therein named acts charged adopted and pursued allegations allowed or sanctioned ANN-STREET annulling the presentment Auricular Confession Ballard Bishop Boston canonically resident cese of Massachusetts Charge Fifth charges and specifications Chitty's cient certainty circum clerical members common law connection with Auricular contrary Court has jurisdiction Court may know Court then adjourned customs and practices customs and usages Dana declared defended this doctrine Diocese of Massachusetts disjunctive dissolved the Court Ecclesiastical Law eighth exception form not allowed Havana held and taught holding heretical last past legal result Lord's Supper M'GOWN ment mittee Oliver Package plead prayers prays the judgment preceding specification Presbyter Prescott has held presented for heresy Proctor Protestant Episcopal Church Randall record Reverend Court reverend defendant Richard H sixth exception special creation specifica Specification 1st specifications thereunder Standing Committee sufficient certainty sustained thereupon tion Transubstantiation trial trine Vinton violation Virgin Mary
Page 29 - I do believe the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be the word of God, and to contain all things necessary to salvation; and I do solemnly engage to conform to the doctrines and worship of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States.
Page 22 - The mode of presentment and trial of a minister for any offence for which, &c. . . ., shall be as follows: " Information of his offence shall first be given in writing to the Standing Committee, which information any member of this Church is hereby declared competent to give. The Standing Committee shall thereupon proceed to a preliminary consideration of the case; and in their discretion, if they see fit, may make a formal presentment of the offence to the Bishop.
Page 18 - ... that the defendant may clearly understand the charge he is called upon to answer, that the court may know what judgment is to be pronounced upon conviction, and that posterity may know what law is to be derived from the record...
Page 3 - Divine service in a manner not sanctioned by the law and usages of the Church.
Page 30 - Do you think that you are truly called, according to the will of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the due order of this Realm, to the Ministry of the Church?