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About the beginning of the nineteenth century, however, many monasteries were suppressed by the process known as secularization, in part accepted by the Holy See.
In some countries more recent civil legislation does not permit exemption.
The bishop, engrossed with other things, did not realize apparently the magnitude of the problem, and his attempts to deal with it were not infrequently a cause of anxiety and pain to himself and others. Born in Boston 17 Nov., 1845, educated at the Boston Latin School, Holy Cross College, and Douai College in France, he made his theological studies at Saint Sulpice (Paris), where he was ordained in 1869.
The Vatican Council took place while he was continuing his studies in Rome.
A man of wide reading, acute mind, and judicial temperament, a lover of order and method, he has devoted himself to the task of organizing his diocese.
In the former case the jurisdiction of the monastic or ecclesiastical prelate is confined to the ecciesiastics and laity belonging to his monastery or church.
However, to prevent injury to the Church, the bishops, thus made independent of their proper metropolitans, are obliged to attend the synods of the province for which they have opted.
Bishops who had not connected themselves with an provincial synod were summoned, by Benedict XII, to attend the Roman one of 1725.
In Prussia, since 1868, the "Feldprovost" or army provost, is appointed by the pope after nomination by the German emperor.
In France military chaplains who serve permanent garrisons remote from a parish church are exempt.
One Syrian parish in Central Falls ministers to some of the Orientals in these parts.