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To other and inferior prelates is the power committed of dispensing from those vows that are commonly made and frequently require dispensation, in order that men may easily have recourse to someone; such are the vows of pilgrimage (Cap. de Peregin., de Voto et Voti redempt.), fasting and the like, and of pilgrimage to the Holy Land, are reserved to the
Now by entering religion one is absolved from the vows he made in the world, even from the vow of making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land [* Cap. Scripturae, de Voto et Voti redempt.].
Decretal [* Cap. Scripturae, de Voto et Voti redempt.] says that "a man is not deemed a vow-breaker if he exchange a temporal service for the perpetual service of religion."