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It is the duty of the cardinals to assist the pope at the chief liturgical services known as capellæ papales, to distinguish them from the capellæ cardinaliciæ, at which the pope is not present; also to counsel him and aid in the government of the Church (c. 17 in VI
Note 81: "Sy bettet och gewonlich vor únser frowen bild in der capell da die dry kúng stant."
I found everything at home in confusion; for three days I did not know whether I was capell master, or capell servant; nothing could console me; my apartments were all in confusion; my pianoforte, that I formerly loved so dearly, was perverse and disobedient, and rather irritated than soothed me.
Also, I couldn't figure out how people could mistake capell for Sigmund when one has the the voice of a 36 year old and the other has the voice of a 6 year old (i'll let you figure out which one is which).
"Unic. de capell. mon." in VIº), iii, 18) insist that rectors having cure of souls should be irremovable.