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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
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nion. For we do not read that Christ gave the bread to the others, having first dipped it, but only to that one of the disciples, whom the sop, when dipped, was to show to be his betrayer, and not that it formed any characteristic of the institution of this Sacrament. 6 7 " We do command that the Eucharist shall not be consecrated in any other than a ehalice of gold or silver, and from henceforth we do forbid any bishop to bless a chalice of pewter. 5 8 ' ' Let no one of the faithful, of what rank soever, be married in secret, but, receiving the benediction from the priest, let him be publicly married in the Lord. Therefore, if any priest shall be found to have united any persons in secret, let him be suspended from the duties of his office for the space of three years. 5 9 " Where there is not the consent of both parties, it is not a marriage; therefore, those who give female children in the cradle to male infants effect nothing thereby, unless both of the children shall agree thereto after they have arrived at the years of discretion. On the authority therefore of this decree, we do forbid that in future any persons shall be united in marriage, of whom either the one or the other shall not have arrived at the age appointed by the laws, and set forth by the canons, unless it shall at any time chance to happen that by reason of some urgent necessity, a union of such a nature ought to he tolerated for the sake of peace." In this synod, also the clerks of Eoger, archbishop of York, asserted the right of the church of York to carry the cross in the province of Canterbury. They also asserted, on the same occasion, on behalf of the archbishop of York, that the bishopric of Lincoln, the bishopric of Chester, the bishopric of Worcester, and the bishopric of Hereford, ought by right to belong to the metropolitan church of York; and they summoned the said archbishop of Canterbury on this question to the presence of the Eoman Pontiff. They also summoned the archbishop of Canterbury before the Roman Pontiff, for the alleged injustice of the sentence of excommunication which he had pronounced against the clergy of the archbishop of York, who, with his sanction, officiated in the church of Saint Oswald, at Gloucester, because they had refused to come to him upon his 51 58 From a decree of the council of Rheims. From a decree of pope Ormisdas. 5 9 From a decree of pope Nicholas.

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