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1 Intro | expressly made reference to the canon of Nicea relevant to this 2 Intro | inspiration” in referring to canon 5.3 As for Pope Leo, he 3 Intro | interest for the historian of canon law. Nonetheless, even more 4 Intro | published.20 The text of each canon is followed by a paraphrase 5 Intro | untouchable expression of Orthodox canon law, such an attitude is 6 Intro | historical core of Orthodox canon law. This appears to be 7 Intro | Orthodox practitioners of canon law, since the canons' stipulations 8 Intro | the exact meaning of each canon. We must, therefore, investigate 9 Intro | that the technical terms in canon law had not yet been rigidly 10 Intro | cannot automatically apply to canon law principles of interpretation 11 Intro | frequently the case that a canon is presented as an act involving 12 Intro | purely limited nature of the canon evidently stands out.52 13 Intro | despite its formulation, a canon has an application strictly 14 Intro | legal adage is applicable to canon law: Non ex regula ius sumatur 15 Intro | delicate; it supposes that the canon in question is perfectly 16 Intro | categorically affirm that an ancient canon ought no longer to be applied? 17 Intro | abrogated or modified by a canon adopted in some later time; 18 Intro | underlying the more recent canon. Thus, canon 8 of the Synod 19 Intro | more recent canon. Thus, canon 8 of the Synod in Trullo 20 Intro | obstacles.61~ An ancient canon can partially or fully lose 21 Intro | application of analogy, a canon concerning an individual 22 Intro | principle that abrogates a canon when its ratio legis disappears; 23 Intro | nullity is certain when a canon shows itself to apply only 24 Intro | of an institution: thus canon 15 of Chalcedon which fixes 25 Intro | meaning and extent of a canon requires, as we have said 26 Intro | the original form of the canon and to understand the mens 27 1 | following is a brief résumé: ~Canon 1: On the admission, or 28 1 | choice or by violence. ~Canon 2: Rules to be observed 29 1 | guilty of a grave fault. ~Canon 3: All members of the clergy 30 1 | mother, sister, or aunt. ~Canon 4: Concerning episcopal 31 1 | Concerning episcopal elections. ~Canon 5: Concerning the excommunicate. ~ 32 1 | Concerning the excommunicate. ~Canon 6: Concerning patriarchs 33 1 | and their jurisdiction. ~Canon 7: confirms the right of 34 1 | enjoy certain honours. ~Canon 8: concerns the Novatians. ~ 35 1 | concerns the Novatians. ~Canon 9: Certain sins known after 36 1 | ordination involve invalidation. ~Canon 10: Lapsi who have been 37 1 | irregularity is known. ~Canon 11: Penance to be imposed 38 1 | persecution of Licinius. ~Canon 12: Penance to be imposed 39 1 | war on the Christians. ~Canon 13: Indulgence to be granted 40 1 | persons in danger of death. ~Canon 14: Penance to be imposed 41 1 | weakened under persecution. ~Canon 15: Bishops, priests, and 42 1 | one church to another. ~Canon 16: All clerics are forbidden 43 1 | belonging to another diocese. ~Canon 17: Clerics are forbidden 44 1 | forbidden to lend at interest. ~Canon 18: recalls to deacons their 45 1 | with regard to priests. ~Canon 19: Rules to be observed 46 1 | to return to the Church. ~Canon 20: On Sundays and during 47 1”,1 | found to be worthy, the Canon admits such persons to the 48 1”,1 | the subject of the present Canon, which says: Whoever has 49 1”,1 | but that are worthy, the Canon (either the present Canon, 50 1”,1 | Canon (either the present Canon, that is to say, or Apostolical 51 1”,1 | is to say, or Apostolical Canon XXI) allows them to be admitted 52 1”,2 | contrary to the ecclesiastical Canon, so that men who have but 53 1”,2 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands what Ap. c. LXXX 54 1”,2 | contrary to the ecclesiastical Canon (that is to say, Ap. c. 55 1”,3 | this account the present Canon ordains that this great 56 1”,4 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that a bishop ought 57 1”,4 | accordance with the present Canon and in accordance with Ap. 58 1”,5 | prevail which expressed in the Canon prescribing that those rejected 59 1”,5 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees the following things: 60 1”,5 | legislation, just as that old Canon (i.e., Ap. c. XXXII or even 61 1”,6 | accordance with an ecclesiastical Canon, two or three men object 62 1”,6 | Interpretation.[6]~The present Canon ordains that the old customs 63 1”,6 | jurisdiction. The present Canon, in fact, commands that 64 1”,6 | Though others say that the Canon names here also other provinces, 65 1”,6 | Thus the effect of this Canon is that nothing relating 66 1”,6 | affairs is ordination, the Canon accordingly adds that if 67 1”,6 | shall decide the matter.[9] Canon XIX of Antioch decrees the 68 1”,6 | decrees the same thing. Canon XIII of Carthage says that 69 1”,7 | Interpretation.~The present Canon is susceptible of two different 70 1”,7 | that just as the preceding Canon accorded seniority to the 71 1”,7 | like manner the present Canon bestowed a special honor 72 1”,7 | saying that just as that Canon sanctioned their being granted 73 1”,7 | Antioch third, so did this Canon sanction the granting to 74 1”,8 | to be known, the present Canon asserts that in case any 75 1”,8 | to fixed times, with the Canon of repentance applicable 76 1”,9 | acting contrary to the Canon, laid hand upon such persons, 77 1”,9 | hand upon such persons, the Canon will not admit them. For 78 1”,9 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that those who are 79 1”,9 | annotator of the Canons. But the Canon also adds an explanation 80 1”,9 | Concordantly with the present Canon c. IX of Neocaesarea also 81 1”,9 | X of the same Council. Canon III of Theophilus says that 82 1”,10 | under the ecclesiastical Canon. For when they have become 83 1”,10 | this account the present Canon says that as many persons 84 1”,10 | application of the ecclesiastical canon, so as, that is to say, 85 1”,11 | dire necessity. The present Canon deals with those persons 86 1”,12 | Interpretation.~This Canon, too, appears to be speaking 87 1”,13 | communion, now in the present Canon they are prescribing that 88 1”,13 | as this one of whom the Canon is speaking here, if he 89 1”,13 | ought to return to that canon after communion in which 90 1”,13 | down a catholic and common canon, let the Bishop, or even 91 1”,14 | being as stated, the present Canon proceeds to say: As for 92 1”,15 | contrary to the Apostolical Canon in some places, so as riot 93 1”,15 | Interpretation.~The present Canon ordains these decrees: It 94 1”,15 | legislation of the Apostolical Canon (namely, Ap. c. XIV, and 95 1”,15 | has laid down the present Canon, anyone should try to do 96 1”,16 | other persons covered by the Canon, who take the risk, without 97 1”,16 | aware of the ecclesiastical Canon, of departing from their 98 1”,16 | whom the one covered by the Canon departed, let the ordination 99 1”,16 | invalid.~ ~Interpretation.~The Canon next preceding this one 100 1”,16 | ordained, while the present Canon punishes them with suspension 101 1”,16 | others enumerated in the Canon along with such persons, 102 1”,16 | fearing God or knowing the Canon of the Church (i.e., Ap. 103 1”,16 | in this case the present Canon would be contrary to Ap. 104 1”,17 | many persons covered by the Canon, out of greed and in pursuit 105 1”,17 | shall be an alien to the Canon.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. X of 6th; 106 1”,18 | something that neither the Canon nor custom has allowed those 107 1”,18 | do so is contrary to the Canon, and is contrary to due 108 1”,18 | which neither any written Canon nor any custom has sanctioned, 109 1”,18 | disorderly and contrary to canon; for it tends to intimate 110 1”,18 | really so. But if, after this Canon has been formulated, any 111 1”,18 | keeping with the present Canon c. VII of the 6th is also 112 1”,18 | in front of a presbyter. Canon LVI of the same Council 113 1”,18 | say, of their diaconate. Canon VII of the 6th refers to 114 1”,19 | who are embraced by the Canon in any way and are being 115 1”,19 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees with reference to 116 1”,19 | catholic Church, that the Canon and form requires such heretics 117 1”,19 | As for that which the Canon proceeds to add, to wit, “ 118 1”,19 | they were prior thereto.~ Canon XCV of the 6th says in identically 119 1”,19 | manner as does the present Canon: It is made a definition 120 1”,19 | ever since they were born. Canon XV of the 4th, however, 121 1”,19 | she later gets married. Canon XLIV of St. Basil excommunicates 122 1”,20 | this reason the present Canon ordains that inasmuch as 123 2”,1 | Interpretation.~This first Canon of the present Council asserts 124 2”,2 | summoned thither. When the Canon prescribed in regard to 125 2”,2 | as a whole, the present Canon was adopted and promulgated. 126 2”,2 | in accordance with the Canon (sc. VI) of the Nicene Council; 127 2”,3 | Interpretation.~The preceding Canon dealt with patriarchs as 128 2”,3 | Antioch), whereas the present Canon deals with the Patriarch 129 2”,3 | however, in interpreting the Canon, prefixed this decree of 130 2”,3 | assert that the present Canon grants only an honor to 131 2”,4 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that this Maximus[ 132 2”,5 | Interpretation.~This Canon is a special and particular 133 2”,6 | Interpretation.~What the present Canon says may be stated as follows. 134 2”,6 | found guilty, the present Canon pursuant to the civil law 135 2”,6 | resort to civil courts. Canon XIV of Carthage, on the 136 2”,6 | ecclesiastical status). Canon XXXVI of Carthage excludes 137 2”,7 | Interpretation.~The present Canon specifies in what way we 138 2”,7 | of whom we have spoken in Canon I of the present Council, 139 2”,7 | manifestly heretics, the Canon accepted them without rebaptism “ 140 2”,7 | then we baptize them.[68]~ Canon VII of Laodicea too would 141 2”,7 | way as they are in this Canon: that is to say, with anathematization 142 2”,7 | repetition of the present Canon, except that it goes on 143 2”,7 | is to say, and the rest. Canon XIX of the First Ec. C. 144 2”,7 | witnessed by c. XCV of the 6th. Canon XLVII of Basil says for 145 2”,7 | when they become converted. Canon V of the same saint says 146 3”,1 | Interpretation.~This Canon notifies those absent from 147 3”,2 | Interpretation.~This Canon, too, like the first one, 148 3”,3 | same, therefore the present Canon judged it right for those 149 3”,4 | Interpretation.~This Canon too, like the preceding 150 3”,5 | Interpretation.~The present Canon specifies that as regards 151 3”,7 | holy Council issued this Canon decreeing that it is not 152 3”,8 | Council decrees by the present Canon that, in accordance with 153 3”,8 | anyone else. But, making the Canon general and catholic, the 154 3”,8 | transcript of the present Canon for security and confirmation 155 3”,8 | contrary to the present Canon, it has appeared reasonable 156 4”,1 | Interpretation.~The present Canon deems it just and right 157 4”,1 | valid and enforceable.~ Canon II of the Sixth and Canon 158 4”,1 | Canon II of the Sixth and Canon I of the Seventh Ec. C., 159 4”,1 | same matters as the present Canon deals with, expressly decree 160 4”,2 | else that belongs to the canon, for money, with the object 161 4”,2 | Prosmonarii).[86] So the present Canon prescribes that if any bishop 162 4”,3 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that inasmuch as 163 4”,4 | this first part of this Canon, cf. c. XXIV of the 4th; 164 4”,4 | prescribed by the present Canon. Those who truly and without 165 4”,4 | Anyone that violates this Canon or transgresses it shall 166 4”,4 | benefit to his soul.[91]~ Canon XVII of the 7th Ee. C. likewise 167 4”,5 | Interpretation.~This Canon prescribes that those Canons 168 4”,6 | Council decrees in its present Canon that henceforth neither 169 4”,6 | in spite of the present Canon during the ordination of 170 4”,6 | required by the terms of this Canon, though this prescription 171 4”,7 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prescribes that clergymen 172 4”,7 | from office, whereas this Canon anathematizes them? Either 173 4”,7 | them? Either the former Canon is referring to those, according 174 4”,7 | clergy; whereas the present Canon is speaking of those who 175 4”,7 | Or perhaps the present Canon is referring to those who, 176 4”,8 | The decree of the present Canon is as follows. That as for 177 4”,8 | dare to violate the present Canon in any way, and who refuse 178 4”,8 | excommunicated. But why does the Canon, after mentioning further 179 4”,9 | another clergyman, the present Canon prescribes that he must 180 4”,9 | the case be tried by him.~ Canon XVIII of Carthage prescribes 181 4”,9 | same Ec. C. of Carthage. Canon LXXXVII of the same C. says 182 4”,9 | right to present a defense. Canon CXV of the same C. says 183 4”,10 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that it is not permissible 184 4”,10 | Whoever should dare after this Canon of the great Council to 185 4”,11 | need of help, the present Canon decrees, are first to be 186 4”,12 | calledpragmatics” in the Canon here), whereby they have 187 4”,13 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prescribes that strange 188 4”,13 | afforded by the present Canon would not suffice even to 189 4”,14 | appears from what the present Canon says that this was not permitted 190 4”,14 | divorced, according to the same Canon and according to St. Paul, 191 4”,15 | are ruined, the present Canon commands that no woman shall 192 4”,16 | Hence it is that the present Canon decrees that these virgins, 193 4”,17 | province that the present Canon commands to remain inalienable 194 4”,17 | enactment of the present Canon there should arise any dispute 195 4”,17 | that, after dividing this Canon into two sections, the Sixth 196 4”,17 | that part of this present canon which ends with the words “ 197 4”,18 | therefore, what the present Canon means is that though the 198 4”,19 | being neglected, the present Canon on this account decrees 199 4”,20 | bishop, after the present Canon has been put forth, who 200 4”,21 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prescribes that those clergymen 201 4”,22 | bishop, says the present Canon, clergymen must not seize 202 4”,23 | by means of its present Canon decrees that they first 203 4”,24 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prescribes that all monasteries 204 4”,24 | as they were formerly.~ Canon XLIX of the 6th not only 205 4”,24 | be protected and managed. Canon XII of the 7th also prohibits 206 4”,24 | own works and effects. Canon XIX of the same Council 207 4”,25 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prescribes that Metropolitans 208 4”,26 | Since, says the present Canon, we have been told that 209 4”,26 | fails to live up to this Canon, he shall be liable to the 210 4”,27 | Interpretation.~The present Canon, dealing with the forcible 211 4”,28 | the recently recognized Canon of the one hundred and fifty 212 4”,28 | by means of their present Canon, renew and confirm the said 213 4”,28 | renew and confirm the said Canon, and they decree and vote 214 4”,29 | entire Council, the present Canon was issued, wherein they 215 4”,29 | sanctified. As for why this Canon prohibits this, whereas 216 7 | Council and by the latter’s Canon I. They are further confirmed 217 7 | text of its eighty-second Canon (p. 747 of the Collection 218 7 | in reference to this same Canon of the present Sixth Council: “ 219 7”,1 | Interpretation.~This first Canon was not explained by Zonaras, 220 7”,1 | although the Greek text of the Canon does not strictly say “end,” 221 7”,1 | in my translation of the Canon I substituted the English 222 7”,2 | capital city. Furthermore, the Canon promulgated by Cyprian who 223 7”,2 | responsible in respect of that Canon and shall receive the penance 224 7”,2 | and be chastised by that Canon which he has offended.~ ~ 225 7”,2 | ratified and confirmed in its Canon I the definitions of the 226 7”,2 | present Council now in this Canon II ratifies and confirms 227 7”,2 | them, or to suppress any Canon among them, he is to receive 228 7”,2 | penalty prescribed by that Canon which he corrupts or suppresses. 229 7”,2 | in other words, if the Canon in question contains and 230 7”,2 | penalty fixed by the very Canon which he has violated.[134] 231 7”,3 | disposed to observe the Canon of strict conformity; while, 232 7”,3 | henceforth decree and renew the Canon prescribing that anyone 233 7”,3 | issued the present “economic” Canon. For inasmuch as the Emperor 234 7”,4 | Interpretation.~The present Canon deposes clergymen who commit 235 7”,5 | persons mentioned in the Canon as being above suspicion, 236 7”,5 | Interpretation.~What the present Canon decrees is the following. 237 7”,5 | among those specified in a Canon as being above suspicion — 238 7”,5 | persons that transgresses this Canon, let him be deposed from 239 7”,6 | Interpretation.~Since Canon XXVI of the Holy Apostles 240 7”,6 | this Council confirm that Canon by means of the present, 241 7”,7 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that since some 242 7”,8 | everything, we hereby renew the Canon prescribing that synods 243 7”,8 | Fathers confirm and renew the Canon of the Holy Fathers preceding 244 7”,9 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that it is not permissible 245 7”,10 | bishop (says the present Canon), or any presbyter, or any 246 7”,11 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands that no person 247 7”,12 | aside so much the common Canon of the Apostles, their c. 248 7”,13 | regarded as tantamount to a canon that ordinands to the deaconry 249 7”,13 | conformity with the ancient canon of apostolic rigorism and 250 7”,13 | Interpretation.~What the present Canon decrees is this. Since we 251 7”,13 | it is kept as inviolable canon that those who are about 252 7”,13 | more, we, following the old Canon of the Holy Apostles, Ap. 253 7”,14 | 14.~ Let the Canon of our holy and God-bearing 254 7”,14 | Interpretation.~The present Canon ingeminates word for word 255 7”,15 | subdeacon (says the present Canon), let no one be ordained 256 7”,15 | accordance with the present Canon of the Sixth.[145]~ ~ ~ 257 7”,16 | Deacons according to the Canon, even though the city be 258 7”,16 | Interpretation.~This Canon corrects, or rather improves, 259 7”,16 | the instructions of the Canon of the Council held in Neocaesarea, 260 7”,17 | Interpretation.~The present Canon does not permit clergymen 261 7”,18 | agreeably to the present Canon, let him be excommunicated 262 7”,18 | Interpretation.~Not only does this Canon refuse to let clergymen 263 7”,18 | fails to comply with this Canon, let him be excommunicated, 264 7”,19 | Interpretation.~The Canon decrees that the Deans of 265 7”,20 | permissible (says the present Canon) for any bishop to teach 266 7”,20 | duties, of a presbyter. The Canon states definitely that a 267 7”,20 | by doing so. The present Canon does not conflict with c. 268 7”,20 | sins, commands the present Canon, if they themselves voluntarily 269 7”,21 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands that bishops and 270 7”,22 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that no bishop, 271 7”,23 | according to the present Canon, is permitted to go to those 272 7”,23 | in Laodicea (though that Canon adds that those in holy 273 7”,24 | the others we renew the Canon which prescribes that the 274 7”,24 | Interpretation.~The present Canon renews c. XVII of the 4th, 275 7”,25 | legislation by the sacred Canon, but let him refrain from 276 7”,25 | Interpretation.~This Canon is the same as the twenty-seventh 277 7”,25 | same as the twenty-seventh Canon of St. Basil the Great, 278 7”,25 | to this point it is the Canon of St. Basil. But the Council 279 7”,26 | That is why the present Canon commands that no clergymen 280 7”,26 | conflict with the present Canon: 1) because this is speaking 281 7”,26 | wearing them; 2) because this Canon is speaking of those who 282 7”,27 | this reason the present Canon from now on and henceforth 283 7”,27 | anything in violation of this Canon, let him be deposed from 284 7”,28 | 29.~ The Canon of the Fathers met in Carthage 285 7”,29 | to circumvent Apostolic Canon V by not expelling their 286 7”,29 | intercourse, therefore the present Canon decrees that those who have 287 7”,29 | Nevertheless, says this Canon, we have given them this 288 7”,30 | Interpretation.~The present Canon does not permit those in 289 7”,30 | 157]~ ~Concord.~This same Canon is iterated verbatim by 290 7”,30 | are to be excommunicated. Canon LVIII of Laodicea, on the 291 7”,30 | conflict with the present Canon, because it does not specify 292 7”,30 | oratories of houses, as this Canon says, but only in houses 293 7”,30 | of great necessity.[158] Canon LIX of the present 6th deposes 294 7”,31 | Interpretation.~The present Canon corrects the bad custom 295 7”,32 | Interpretation.~This Canon too corrects those who inhabit 296 7”,32 | excommunicated.~ ~Concord.~Canon IV of the 7th also prohibits 297 7”,32 | hands, from the bishop. Canon XXII of Carthage, on the 298 7”,33 | fact that the sacerdotal Canon clearly states that as the 299 7”,33 | Interpretation.~This Canon is the same as c. XVIII 300 7”,34 | Metropolitan, says the present Canon, has any right or permission, 301 7”,35 | Interpretation.~The present Canon renews[164] c. III of the 302 7”,36 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that inasmuch as 303 7”,37 | 38.~ We too retain the Canon which was laid down by our 304 7”,37 | of the 4th.) (The present Canon is included in c. XVII of 305 7”,38 | this reason the present Canon decrees that the privileges 306 7”,39 | according to the present Canon, to be accepted without 307 7”,39 | specifies in his aforesaid Canon that a virgin girl over 308 7”,39 | thought, we have decreed this Canon, engraving in the tender 309 7”,39 | bracing him by means of this Canon, not to neglect the business 310 7”,40 | these Fathers in the present Canon decree that those who wish 311 7”,41 | profession, the present Canon decrees that if such men 312 7”,42 | committed. Hence the present Canon decrees that every Christian ( 313 7”,42 | carrying out their avowed aim. Canon XXV of Nicephorus, too, 314 7”,43 | That is what the present Canon decrees. As for the Canons 315 7”,44 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prohibits women from adorning 316 7”,46 | Interpretation.~This Canon decrees that neither may 317 7”,47 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands that any woman 318 7”,47 | say, she is needy). The Canon commanded this to be done, 319 7”,47 | the same 6th. From this Canon Blastaris rightly infers 320 7”,48 | 49.~ Renewing this sacred Canon too, we decree that Monasteries 321 7”,48 | Interpretation.~The present Canon renews c. XXIV of the 4th, 322 7”,49 | after publication of this Canon, if he be a clergyman, shall 323 7”,50 | anyone flouts the present Canon, and gives himself over 324 7”,50 | a vengeance the present Canon prohibits the doings of 325 7”,50 | to these spectacles, the Canon also forbids dances and 326 7”,50 | that flouts the present Canon and gives himself to watching 327 7”,51 | this reason the present Canon commands that on the other 328 7”,51 | celebrated.~ ~ ~Concord.~Canon XLIX of Laodicea is in agreement 329 7”,51 | agreement with the present Canon in decreeing that bread 330 7”,52 | Interpretation.~The present Canon forbids anybody to take 331 7”,52 | provision, however, which the Canon makes in regard to sponsorship, 332 7”,53 | shall incur a seven yearscanon (or penance), after they 333 7”,53 | more clearly in the present Canon by decreeing that from this 334 7”,54 | Romans to hold rigorously the Canon saying: “If any Clergyman 335 7”,54 | Interpretation.~By the present Canon this Council forbids the 336 7”,55 | told that the Apostolic Canon forbids one from fasting 337 7”,55 | this Council in the present Canon decrees that the entire 338 7”,56 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that milk and honey 339 7”,56 | Interpretation of the latter. This Canon, however, improves and corrects 340 7”,57 | this reason the present Canon excommunicates from the 341 7”,58 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands that no baptism 342 7”,59 | themselves. Hence the present Canon commands that such persons 343 7”,60 | them, let them incur the canon of six years. The same penalty 344 7”,60 | this account the present Canon decrees that those Christians 345 7”,60 | them are to receive this canon if they repent and abandon 346 7”,60 | provided by the present Canon is provided for laymen only, 347 7”,60 | him and those in Ancyra. Canon XXXVI of Laodicea expressly 348 7”,60 | amulets. It is mainly this Canon that the Council is referring 349 7”,61 | called it. So the present Canon commands that such festivals, 350 7”,62 | scorn. Hence the present Canon commands that no such fictitious 351 7”,63 | caught disobeying the present Canon, let him be excommunicated 352 7”,63 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prohibits any layman from 353 7”,63 | things in violation of this Canon, let him be excommunicated 354 7”,65 | therefore does the present Canon decree that all Christians 355 7”,66 | Interpretation.~The present Canon commands that no Christian 356 7”,67 | permissible, says the present Canon, for anyone to destroy or 357 7”,68 | this reason the present Canon prohibits every layman from 358 7”,68 | of the sacrificial altar. Canon I, however, of Patriarch 359 7”,69 | According to the words of this Canon and according to the words 360 7”,69 | into a theatrical chorus!~ Canon LXXV of the Sixth Ecumenical 361 7”,70 | the ordinary. The present Canon prohibits them from doing 362 7”,71 | Interpretation.~The present Canon declares that it is not 363 7”,71 | transgresses the present Canon, let him be excommunicated.[ 364 7”,72 | Hence (says the present Canon) we ought to make endeavour 365 7”,73 | Interpretation.~The present Canon is word for word the same 366 7”,73 | by “Lord’s suppers” the Canon means here any place dedicated 367 7”,73 | invited to such love-feasts. Canon XI of Gangra anathematizes 368 7”,73 | refusing to attend them. Canon LXXVI of the present 6th 369 7”,74 | this account the present Canon commands that those who 370 7”,74 | by harlots). The present Canon, therefore, commands that 371 7”,74 | a week, that is to say. Canon XV of Laodicea, on the other 372 7”,75 | prohibited by means of this Canon the establishment of a tavern, 373 7”,76 | Interpretation.~The present Canon is word for word c. XXX 374 7”,76 | at their ugly parts. The Canon adds that whoever appears 375 7”,77 | Interpretation.~This Canon too is likewise word for 376 7”,77 | heretics.[217]~ ~Concord.~Canon XLVII of the same Council 377 7”,78 | this reason the present Canon decrees that hereafter such 378 7”,79 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that any bishop, 379 7”,79 | Concord.~The present Canon is gleaned word for word 380 7”,79 | separate item in the Sardican Canon, which says that bishops 381 7”,79 | congregations and liturgies thereat. Canon XXI, too, of the same Council 382 7”,81 | this account the present Canon commands that hereafter 383 7”,82 | Interpretation.~This Canon is nearly the same as the 384 7”,82 | dying persons,[221] this Canon prohibits this as does also 385 7”,82 | prohibits this as does also that Canon, explaining that when the 386 7”,83 | Interpretation.~This Canon too is likewise word for 387 7”,84 | annulling this, the present Canon decrees that only three 388 7”,85 | this account the present Canon excommunicates and at the 389 7”,86 | Interpretation.~The present Canon is composed of three Canons 390 7”,86 | the commencement of this Canon is gleaned from c. IX of 391 7”,86 | another man. The rest of this Canon is gleaned from c. XXXV 392 7”,86 | Mysteries. The rest of this Canon is word for word c. LXXVII 393 7”,87 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prohibits anyone from introducing 394 7”,87 | wherewith to buy another. The Canon adduces testimony from Scripture, 395 7”,88 | Interpretation.~This Canon decrees that Christians 396 7”,89 | traditionally (as the present Canon decrees) not to bend the 397 7”,90 | this reason the present Canon condemns to the penalty 398 7”,90 | swallow them.[230]~ ~Concord.~Canon VIII of Basil decrees this 399 7”,91 | Interpretation.~This present Canon is word for word the same 400 7”,92 | Interpretation.~This Canon is composed of three Canons 401 7”,92 | hand, who (this part of the Canon is word for word c. XLVI 402 7”,92 | married. The rest of the Canon is a decree framed by the 403 7”,93 | who take Greek oaths, the Canon makes them liable to penances; 404 7”,93 | this reason the present Canon excommunicates those Christians 405 7”,93 | believe in them. The present Canon of the Council excommunicated, 406 7”,93 | Severus of acting contrary to Canon and binding the Presbyter 407 7”,94 | Interpretation.~As for the present Canon, from the beginning of it 408 7”,94 | interpretation there. The rest of the Canon is a decree of the present 409 7”,95 | contrary to the present Canon, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 410 7”,95 | Paul. Hence the present Canon adds that those who have 411 7”,96 | excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The Canon does not employ the expression “ 412 7”,96 | agreement with the present Canon decrees that those who, 413 7”,97 | this reason the present Canon decrees that anyone taking 414 7”,98 | kitchen. So what the present Canon says is that this custom 415 7”,98 | that meat in the Bema, the Canon ought necessarily to have 416 7”,98 | according to Zonaras, that the Canon permitted priests to take 417 7”,99 | No interpretation of this Canon is in the Greek edition.)~ ~ 418 7”,99 | this account the present Canon commands that no such pictures 419 7”,100| this account, the present Canon will not admit this procedure, 420 7”,101| penances, lastly in the present Canon it leaves everything to 421 8”,1 | Canons through the present Canon, this Council offers up 422 8”,2 | this reason the present Canon decrees that anyone who 423 8”,2 | agreement with the present Canon, c. XXIV of Carthage expresses 424 8”,3 | void in accordance with the Canon which says: “If any bishop 425 8”,3 | assembled in Nicaea, in the Canon saying: “It is most fitting 426 8”,3 | Interpretation.~The present Canon is composed of Ap. c. XXX 427 8”,3 | The only thing in this Canon that is not found there, 428 8”,3 | plain indeed by the present Canon, concerning which see the 429 8”,4 | Apostle, as if laying down a Canon to the presbyters of the 430 8”,4 | 270] therefore the present Canon commands that no prelate 431 8”,5 | accordance with the Apostolic Canon which says: “If any bishop, 432 8”,5 | accordance with the second Canon of the devout Fathers assembled 433 8”,5 | else that belongs to the canon, for money, with the object 434 8”,5 | this reason the present Canon commands that those who 435 8”,5 | for ordination, since this Canon appears to consist of two 436 8”,5 | already issued. But this Canon adds that whoever should 437 8”,6 | Since there actually is a Canon which says canonical discussions 438 8”,6 | therefore we renew this latter Canon. Accordingly, if any (civil) 439 8”,6 | Interpretation.~The present Canon renews c. VIII of the 6th, 440 8”,6 | incidental mistakes. But this Canon adds that any one among 441 8”,7 | ecclesiastical traditions.~ ~Concord.~Canon XCI of Carthage decrees 442 8”,8 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that no one is to 443 8”,8 | agreement with the present Canon ch. 44 of Title I of Book 444 8”,9 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that all the false 445 8”,10 | Interpretation.~The present Canon forbids two unlawful things 446 8”,11 | bishop, therefore the present Canon, while confirming that one, 447 8”,12 | accordance with the Apostolic Canon saying: “Let the Bishop 448 8”,12 | these things the present Canon decrees that if anyone who 449 8”,12 | decrees, which the present Canon quotes verbatim and in full. 450 8”,13 | this reason the present Canon commands that in case those 451 8”,14 | prelate; therefore the present Canon commands that such a thing 452 8”,15 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prohibits the enrolling 453 8”,16 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that bishops and 454 8”,17 | them, therefore the present Canon commands that such persons 455 8”,18 | Interpretation.~The present Canon prohibits women from being 456 8”,19 | accordance with the second Canon of the holy Council held 457 8”,19 | good works. So the present Canon says that inasmuch as these 458 8”,19 | abode as a monk, the present Canon decrees that these things 459 8”,20 | in accordance with the Canon of our Holy Father St. Basil, 460 8”,20 | and the context of this Canon. But the injunction which 461 8”,20 | the injunction which the Canon cites further below of St. 462 8”,20 | way or that, the present Canon commands that henceforth 463 8”,20 | the decree of the present Canon. “And the land shall mourn, 464 8”,21 | Interpretation.~The present Canon decrees that a monk or nun 465 8”,21 | a nun).[288]~ ~Concord.~Canon IV of the lst-&-2nd C. excommunicates 466 8”,22 | ary need. Canon III of the lst-&-2nd, on 467 8”,23 | be catechized for a year. Canon 42 of the regional council 468 8”,23 | Samaritans joining the faith. Canon 25 of the local council 469 8”,23 | months for converted Jews. Canon VIII of the 7th Ecum. C. 470 8”,23 | Yet, according to this Canon, it is better to let a long 471 8”,23 | psychical sin spoken of in this Canon is the state of being puffed 472 8”,23 | of the Apostle which the Canon mentions here, and according 473 8”,23 | that by “psychical sin” the Canon means here a cacodoxical 474 8”,23 | advised to read), the present Canon chastises anyone that has 475 8”,23 | in mentioning the present Canon in its Act XIII, says: “ 476 8”,23 | its Act XIII, says: “This Canon prescribes that ratification 477 8”,23 | The reason why the present Canon was issued by the Council 478 8”,23 | the terms of the present Canon and again ratified the rule 479 8”,23 | attached to the present Canon by the Bishops from Egypt 480 8”,23 | Church do not interpret this Canon correctly. Hence Pope Felix 481 8”,23 | in every council, as the Canon (meaning the present one) 482 8”,23 | Pope Leo, cited the same Canon pervertedly in the Fourth 483 8”,23 | words themselves of the Canon. We assert, then, because 484 8”,23 | to formulate the present Canon and to ordain nothing new, 485 8”,23 | facts being presupposed, the Canon says: Let the ancient customs 486 8”,23 | in the Greek text of the Canon, translated hereinabove “ 487 8”,23 | this is the meaning of the Canon is attested also by the 488 8”,23 | Romans imagine that this Canon entitles them to unlimited 489 8”,23 | remained intact, the present Canon did not renew it. If it 490 8”,23 | Antioch spoken of by the Canon here are not those of a 491 8”,23 | reference to the present Canon, as well as (the same Council’ 492 8”,23 | Egyptian made of the present Canon says the same thing. And 493 8”,23 | Ecum. C. For when this same Canon was read in the first act 494 8”,23 | ought to learn from this Canon to lay their hands on the 495 8”,23 | alien to the ecclesiastical Canon. St. Epiphanius, in his 496 8”,23 | territory belonged. The same Canon also says that such a chorepiscopus 497 8”,23 | imposition of hands of a bishop. Canon VIII of the same council 498 8”,23 | territory or in any other town. Canon XIV of Neocaesarea says 499 8”,23 | given to this person as a canon by way of philanthropy and 500 8”,23 | unable to endure an austere canon, become stiff-necked and,


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