Regular Clergy?

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Regular Clergy is practical in the Roman Catholic Church to clerics who respect a rule in their life. In the old English law, there were the monks who lived secundum regulam rendering to the rules of their own houses or societies. In England, it was usually restricted to the ministers of the customary Church.
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