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ing fervently to pro- Kingdom of Spain, with the f
Dod of religion and culty of Legate à laterte
CI., with that piety Sardinia, and of that of France

ion to the Aposto- of Naples, Deputy to the Cutes hessalonica, Do- religion of the Spanish natiu, cal

His Holiness, for ever be maintained in the las

Le a solemn Con- their respective credential

has thought fit to Apostolical Religion, which to the

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scussions on the Ecclesiastical Titles Bill referens
de to this Concordat; and therefore it has been the
ive here those Articles of the Treaty which com a
ples on which it was based.]
INCLUDED BETWEEN HIS HOLINESS AND HER CAU
IGNED AT MADRID ON THE 16TH OF MARCA, INI
Y HER MAJESTY ON THE Ist OF APRIL, AND NO
N THE 23RD OF THE SAME MONTH.
he Supreme Pontiff' and Apostolical Nuncio in?

with all the rights and prerogatives which it ought to enjoy according to the law of God and the sacred canons.

Art. II. Consequently, the system of instruction in the universities, colleges, seminaries, and public or private schools, will be in conformity with the doctrine of the said Catholic religion, and no impediment whatever shall be placed in the way of those Bishops and Diocesan Prelates charged by their office to watch over the purity of the faith and morals, and in the exercise of this office to watch over the religious education of youth in the public schools.

Art. III. Nor shall any impediment be placed in the way of the said Prelates and other sacred Ministers in the exercise of their functions, nor shall they under any pretext whatever be molested in the discharge of their duties; on the contrary, all the authorities of the kingdom shall provide for their protection, and see that due respect and consideration be observed towards them, according to Divine precept, and that nothing be done causing contempt in any way. Her Majesty and her Royal Government will likewise dispense their powerful patronage and support to the Bishops, in cases which require it, principally when they have to place themselves in opposition to the malignity of those who try to pervert the minds of the faithful and corrupt their manners, or when they have to prohibit the publication, introduction, and circulation of bad and hurtful books.

Art. IV. In everything else belonging to the right and exercise of ecclesiastical authority, and to the ministry of its sacred orders, the Bishops and dependent clergy will

VOL. XCIII.

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ne Spanish Church, Catholic Majesty

, his Exceller al solicitude which Señor Don Manual Berta rds all faithful Ca- Lis

, Knight Grand Cros de i especial benevo- Royal and distinguished Ser strious and devout Order of Charles III, of dit and Her Catholic St. Maurice and St. Lazares

she has inherited and her Minister of State;
ors, have deter-

Who, after delivering Date
all ecclesiastical the authenticity of them here
?nged on a stable been recognised

, here come to the

following agreement:-
His Holiness the
nipotentiary, his exclusion of every other forma
Juan Brunelli, worship

, continues to be the one

ing.

entifical Throne, minions of Her Catholie Mogests

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rom their respective who of late Fears have passe

cissitudes, as well as civil laws at present in bol

Spanish clergy, His purchasers, will ever and in is part, and Herway whatsoever be disturlies ueen on her part, by His Holiness or baths ignity, canonry, or preme Pontifs his sucre ing personal resi that so far from it, both their conferred on those said purchasers and their so nce one of those or institutions, which he atla es, thereby declar- provided for in the fornung is ire altogether in- ticles, will be diretalander

nistered according to the describe

If some other office cessors will securely and friend

Nor shall any of mentioned property and is in

"hapel, neverthe. of the Church now canzari

vacant by resignation or of the Peninsula

, bet ir of the possessor to an. can those who axeap test efice not belonging to the official canons

, or de"
rved for His Holiness, have the cure of soak, yı
ever in the gift of Herone church, bo named

With regard to the
Majesty will likewise virtue of special or gepealt
e which become vacant, are in possession oł im ei
e, or those which the of these benefices, oliest
should have appointed missions, the necessary
may have left unfilled be taken to regulate the

of their death, trans. tion on the basis of the pa
signation.

Article, as well as security
Majesty will likewise necessities of the chuti di
rst appointment of dig- variety of the case
honries, and chaplain-

XX. to XLI. Detail
new cathedrals, and of
may be augmented in into consideration the situ
itan see of Valladolid, which religion must denne hot
ption of those reserved present Convention

, the Eur
less, and of the official ther, at the request of Halt
be filled up as usual. Majesty, and for the 1978
use those named must securing public tranquility
istitution and canoni- mands and declares thet ble

and Her Catholic Majesty hereby declare that the royal prerogatives of the Crown of Spain are to remain untouched and unimpaired, according to the Conventions previously concluded between the two powers. And, therefore, the aforesaid Conventions, and especially the one which was concluded between the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XIV. and the Catholic King Ferdinand VI., in the year 1753, are hereby confirmed, and will continue to be in full force in everything which is not altered or modified by the present Convention.

Art. XLV. In virtue of this Concordat, all laws, orders, and decrees published up to the present

Art. XLII. Theredes

property is o

ecclesiastical
Seeing that by rea- minions of Spain, acontress
he provisions of the hold it in their partner
"dat, there has been those who hare inherited !
age in the circum. inherit the rights of the des

are obliged to re-enjoy the possession of the audien
commissions be ments and produce.
ose who hold any
lass indicated, un belonging to exelesistial parties

Art
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e as many as six force. (thedral churches

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