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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | fade in importance. The canons issued by these councils 2 Intro | juridical validity of the canons issued by the Councils of 3 Intro | assemblies.6~ In many cases, the canons merely endorsed customs 4 Intro | extent that written law (canons and imperial laws) gained 5 Intro | has a tendency to outweigh canons,”7 but we must not overestimate 6 Intro | ancient period. Since the canons of Late Antiquity and the 7 Intro | Byzantine interpretations of the canons on this question appear 8 Intro | erroneous.10 Many other canons created problems in regard 9 Intro | authorized commentaries on the canons. Probably the renaissance 10 Intro | commentary ( Exegesis) on the canons, a work which has always 11 Intro | the sources. He placed the Canons of the Holy Apostles first; 12 Intro | 879-880. Zonaras put the canons of the local councils and 13 Intro | When required, he compared canons on the same subject and 14 Intro | his interpretation of the canons he showed little originality; 15 Intro | concerned with relating the canons and the civil laws, in conformity 16 Intro | authors understood the ancient canons and also how they applied 17 Intro | who issued these ancient canons.~ We must not neglect the 18 Intro | 1335, is a collection of canons, civil laws, synodical decrees 19 Intro | on the corpus of received canons in the Greek Orthodox Church. 20 Intro | the translation of the canons was done in paraphrases; 21 Intro | clergy. This recension of the canons is on the whole correct, 22 Intro | Byzantine commentators on the canons. But in the nineteenth century, 23 Intro | ancient and fundamental canons of the Church were presented 24 Intro | A work consisting of the canons of the Orthodox Church with 25 Intro | which interpret the ancient canons. We can mention the names 26 Intro | value of his study of the canons. When he was vicar of Baling, 27 Intro | Espen's commentary on the canons is found among the posthumous 28 Intro | in the medieval West by canons based on the False Decretals. 29 Intro | His commentaries on the canons of the first four ecumenical 30 Intro | understanding of the ancient canons does not interest just the 31 Intro | of canon law, since the canons' stipulations constitute 32 Intro | Fathers, the authors of the canons, were not necessarily specialists 33 Intro | problems in interpreting the canons is the use of analogy. There 34 Intro | their individual cases, the canons are only concrete expressions 35 Intro | application of analogy to the canons is nonetheless delicate; 36 Intro | us add that the ancient canons and especially those of 37 Intro | exceptions, the Greek text of the canons of the first four ecumenical 38 Intro | old Latin versions of the canons, above all those of Nicea 39 Intro | Syriac translation of the canons done at Hierapolis of Euphratesia ( 40 1 | symbol, given above; the canons; the synodal decree. In 41 1 | as to the number of the canons of First Nicaea. All the 42 1 | All the collections of canons, whether in Latin or Greek, 43 1 | Council only the twenty canons, which we possess today. 44 1 | should be said standing. ~ ~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 45 1”,1 | Interpretation.~Various Canons of the Apostles include 46 1”,3 | the power of the divine Canons presbyters and deacons and 47 1”,3 | penalties prescribed by the Canons. Instead, they ought either 48 1”,6 | accordance with ecclesiastical Canons, but two or three object 49 1”,7 | Anonymous annotator of the Canons, with whom some Papists ( 50 1”,9 | acting contrary to the Canons, ordained them priests, 51 1”,9 | Anonymous annotator of the Canons. But the Canon also adds 52 1”,10 | prevented according to the canons of the Church from partaking 53 1”,11 | Interpretation.~There are other Canons which deal with those who 54 1”,12 | years of succumbency.[24]~ Canons II, V, and VII of Ancyra, 55 1”,14 | latter’s Epitome of the Canons (Section 5, Heading 3). 56 1”,14 | have been contradicting the Canons of the Councils; but what 57 1”,17 | Interpretation.~Various Canons prohibit the charging of 58 1”,20 | which is contrary to the Canons and improper, to the end 59 2 | promulgated the present seven Canons pertaining to the organization 60 2 | the Dodecabiblus.)[43]~ ~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 61 2”,2 | in accordance with the Canons, let the Bishop of Alexandria 62 2”,2 | Antiochians in the Nicene Canons being kept inviolate, and 63 2”,2 | in accordance with the Canons (cc. VI and VII, that is 64 2”,2 | Which, though contrary to Canons, yet as a matter of necessity 65 2”,3 | and the latter in the same Canons call the Bishop of Constantinople 66 2”,4 | of parish and contrary to canons, as well as ordinations 67 2”,6 | thus roundly insulted the Canons and ecclesiastical discipline.~ ~ 68 2”,6 | Great, and contrary to the Canons, or, in other words, the 69 2”,6 | and in accordance with the Canons, while they themselves are 70 2”,6 | has insulted the Sacred Canons and has violated ecclesiastical 71 3 | promulgated the present eight Canons, and published this letter 72 3 | in c. I of the 7th.~ ~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 73 3”,6 | Interpretation.~The preceding Canons are more particular, while 74 3”,8 | ecclesiastical laws and the Canons of the Holy Apostles, and 75 3”,8 | inviolate, according to the Canons of the Holy Fathers and 76 3”,8 | possessor, in order that the Canons of the Fathers be not transgressed, 77 3”,8 | in accordance with the Canons and in accordance with ancient 78 3”,8 | return it, in order that the Canons of the Fathers be not transgressed, 79 4 | promulgated the present thirty Canons, which are to be found in 80 4 | I of the Seventh; which Canons are necessary for the decorum 81 4 | the Conciliar Records.)~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 82 4”,1 | just and right that the Canons promulgated by the Holy 83 4”,1 | just and right that all the Canons issued by the Holy Fathers 84 4”,1 | decree that the Apostolical Canons, and the Canons of Councils 85 4”,1 | Apostolical Canons, and the Canons of Councils and Synods held 86 4”,1 | See also what is said of Canons in general at the commencement 87 4”,3 | prescribed by the Apostolical Canons. Their forfeiture, that 88 4”,5 | seemed fitting that the Canons laid down by the Holy Fathers 89 4”,5 | Canon prescribes that those Canons shall remain valid which 90 4”,6 | another in violation of the Canons, the cause and root of this 91 4”,6 | ordination contrary to the Canons be dishonored in consequence 92 4”,8 | penalties prescribed by the Canons, but if they are monks or 93 4”,8 | penalties prescribed by the Canons, and deemed reasonable by 94 4”,9 | in accordance with the Canons, are to decide it. But in 95 4”,12 | contrary to the ecclesiastical Canons, and as a result there are 96 4”,12 | contrary to the Conciliar Canons, and especially to c. VIII 97 4”,13 | with the series of parallel Canons; for the space afforded 98 4”,14 | penalties prescribed by the Canons, that is to say, by the 99 4”,14 | by the foresaid Apostolic Canons.~ ~Concord.~In a similar 100 4”,19 | in accordance with the Canons of the Holy Fathers, for 101 4”,22 | is prohibited even by the Canons of old,[106] on pain of 102 4”,22 | a thing which even the Canons of old forbade them to do ( 103 4”,24 | penances provided by the Canons.~(c. IV of the 4th; c. XLIX 104 4”,24 | penalties provided by the Canons. But what are these penalties? 105 4”,26 | penalties provided by the divine Canons. But just as a prelate ought 106 4”,27 | harsher way than the other Canons do, penances those who seize 107 4”,28 | prescribed by the divine Canons. But the Metropolitans of 108 4”,28 | province, just as the divine Canons prescribe, especially c. 109 5 | Council did not promulgate any Canons relating to the ecclesiastical 110 6 | failed to promulgate any Canons.~ ~ ~ 111 7 | of promulgating necessary Canons relating to correction of 112 7 | polity of the Church. Which Canons are the following, as confirmed 113 7 | the interpreters of the Canons, by Photius, by the personal 114 7 | testimony concerning these Canons in the following words: “ 115 7 | Council, together with all the Canons it has duly and divinely 116 7 | assembly and said that its Canons were issued by God’s design. 117 7 | Tarasius concerning these Canons is sufficient to shut and 118 7 | ignorant in regard to these Canons are scandalized and blatantly 119 7 | whether they really are Canons of the Sixth Council.’ Let 120 7 | promulgated the aforementioned Canons, and let no one have any 121 7 | promulgate also ecclesiastical Canons (Act 4 of the Seventh Ec. 122 7 | volume of the Collection of Canons).” In the same Act 4 of 123 7 | book containing the present Canons of the Sixth Council (see 124 7 | of the Dodecabiblus).~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 125 7”,1 | original sources of the Canons of each Council, where they 126 7”,2 | most important, that the 85 Canons handed down to us in the 127 7”,2 | we are ordered in these Canons to accept the Injunctions 128 7”,2 | all the rest of the sacred Canons promulgated by our holy 129 7”,2 | countermand or set aside the Canons previously laid down, or 130 7”,2 | recognize and accept any Canons, other than the ones herein 131 7”,2 | regard to any of the said Canons, or attempting to subvert 132 7”,2 | dogmas of the faith, and Canons were composed in writing 133 7”,2 | and confirms also a) the Canons of the Holy Apostles, numbering 134 7”,2 | recognize and accept any of the Canons previously mentioned, or 135 7”,2 | Prolegomena to the Apostolic Canons.~ ~ ~ 136 7”,3 | the strict letter of the Canons be observed in regard to 137 7”,3 | continuance in force of, Canons XVII and XVIII of the Holy 138 7”,6 | declared in the Apostolic Canons that of those being promoted 139 7”,13 | contrary to the Apostolic Canons require any person who is 140 7”,13 | disregard of the Apostolic Canons, to prevent subdeacons, 141 7”,14 | present-day transgression of these Canons. And even though the transgressors 142 7”,14 | the transgressors of these Canons are not abashed by the sacred 143 7”,16 | clearly asserted in the Canons they promulgated that there 144 7”,21 | sacred and such momentous Canons; for today that is the manner 145 7”,21 | abstracts of the sacred Canons anyone should chance to 146 7”,28 | abandon the strictness of the Canons, we follow the instructions 147 7”,32 | laid down in the sacred Canons to be enrolled in the clergy, 148 7”,35 | also the above-mentioned Canons, and c. VI of the First 149 7”,36 | XVI of Antioch), as the Canons prescribe, and to have the 150 7”,39 | the Great in his sacred Canons welcomes the girl who voluntarily 151 7”,39 | 1 Tim. 5:9). The sacred Canons, on the other hand, give 152 7”,43 | penances prescribed by the Canons.~(c. XVI of the 4th; c. 153 7”,43 | in accordance with the Canons; the unlawful marriage being 154 7”,43 | Canon decrees. As for the Canons it refers to, these are 155 7”,48 | penances provided by the Canons. ~(c. XXIV of the 4th; c. 156 7”,53 | forbidden marriages in his Canons relating thereto, passing 157 7”,53 | marriages forbidden in his Canons (as, for instance, in his 158 7”,60 | conformity with what the sacred Canons also prescribe. “For what 159 7”,60 | Christians, just as the divine Canons prescribe. For what communion 160 7”,60 | conformity with what the sacred Canons also prescribe, but perhaps 161 7”,69 | Zonaras, an interpreter of the Canons, says.~ The children of 162 7”,73 | entertained. Note that though the Canons forbid the holding of agapae, 163 7”,86 | Canon is composed of three Canons of St. Basil the Great. 164 7”,92 | Canon is composed of three Canons of St. Basil the Great ( 165 7”,101| penances prescribed by the Canons.~ ~ ~ 166 8 | the Synods, pg. 719. ~ ~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 167 8”,1 | welcome and embrace the divine Canons, and we corroborate the 168 8”,1 | Interpretation.~The divine Canons are testimonies[265] so 169 8”,1 | Joyfully accepting these Canons through the present Canon, 170 8”,1 | rejoicing in the divine Canons just as soldiers rejoice 171 8”,1 | content ourselves with the Canons[266] which have been enacted 172 8”,1 | in the Prolegomena to the Canons.~ ~ ~ 173 8”,2 | not cursorily the sacred Canons and the holy Gospel, the 174 8”,2 | the thoughts, the sacred Canons, which we have enumerated 175 8”,2 | must first teach him the Canons of the sacred Councils, 176 8”,2 | with the definitions and canons of the Fathers, they who 177 8”,3 | already explained these Canons, see the interpretation 178 8”,5 | and wealth to the sacred canons, they sought and asked for 179 8”,5 | office, in accordance with Canons already issued. But this 180 8”,6 | canonical questions, as the Canons prescribeAp. c. XXXVII, 181 8”,10 | forbidden to do so by the divine Canons. But if anyone be caught 182 8”,10 | prescription of the divine Canons. So it commands that any 183 8”,11 | obliged to keep the divine Canons, we ought to maintain by 184 8”,23 | present Novel and the above Canons.~ ~ [5] That is why Theodoret, 185 8”,23 | translation of the same Canons, available in the Alexandrian 186 8”,23 | ancient annotator of the Canons of this Council. The same 187 8”,23 | Anonymous annotator of the Canons assert that the Canons are 188 8”,23 | the Canons assert that the Canons are speaking of patriarchs. 189 8”,23 | in the Collection of the Canons, and John Scholasticus, 190 8”,23 | accorded to Patriarchs by the Canons,” and the paraphrasis which 191 8”,23 | in the collection of the Canons, instead of the expression “ 192 8”,23 | ordained contrary to the Canons and unworthily, are nevertheless 193 8”,23 | in his synopsis of the Canons of the Faster; and Armenopoulos, 194 8”,23 | 4, of his Epitome of the Canons. See also this formulation 195 8”,23 | penances prescribed by the Canons, yet they are not permitted 196 8”,23 | bewildering question why some Canons penance an adulterer, a 197 8”,23 | number of years, while other Canons prescribe a smaller number 198 8”,23 | in the collection of the Canons has it “As concerning lapsed 199 8”,23 | 30] In the Collection of Canons by John of Antioch is found 200 8”,23 | accordance with the sacred Canons, including under this designation 201 8”,23 | Conciliar, and Patristic Canons (see also Footnote 1 to 202 8”,23 | may be seen in many of the Canons themselves, and most especially 203 8”,23 | particular pains to obey the Canons).~ ~ [32] This percentage 204 8”,23 | disregard these Conciliar Canons than the mere fact that 205 8”,23 | excuse is not reasonable. For Canons ought to have rather the 206 8”,23 | comes into conflict with Canons. For in spite of the fact 207 8”,23 | if it is overruled by the Canons. Read also the Footnote 208 8”,23 | Just as the twenty-five Canons, then, of the Antiochian 209 8”,23 | interpretation of those Canons. Note, however, that Macarius 210 8”,23 | upon some troparion of the canons of the Octoechus of Damascene, 211 8”,23 | laws conflicting with the Canons are invalid.~ ~ [79] Many 212 8”,23 | is not agreeable to the Canons of the Church, that is to 213 8”,23 | accordance with the above Canons, Ap. c. XXXVI and c. XVII 214 8”,23 | things are contrary to the Canons (page 395 of the Corpus 215 8”,23 | prelates are violating the Canons when they ordain monks in 216 8”,23 | 2, of his Epitome of the Canons.)~ ~ [94] That is why in 217 8”,23 | Constantinople according to the Canons. So the Bishop, or Pope, 218 8”,23 | with the ecclesiastical Canons and with the laws, no party 219 8”,23 | who agree with the sacred Canons, the decisions of all Patriarchs 220 8”,23 | laws at variance with the Canons were null and void? — thirdly, 221 8”,23 | 103] In his Collection of Canons, Title 82, John of Antioch 222 8”,23 | girls” (in his Collection of Canons, Title 42).~ ~ [111] The 223 8”,23 | in order, contrary to the Canons, which even Leo the Great, 224 8”,23 | Constantinople, according to the Canons, is a measure and standard 225 8”,23 | of Constantinople by the Canons, nor, it may hence be inferred, 226 8”,23 | the Bishop of Rome by the Canons. By no means. Firstly, because 227 8”,23 | obviously opposed to the sacred Canons, it is invalid and void 228 8”,23 | forms conflict with the Canons, they are invalid and void, 229 8”,23 | capital, and New Rome, the Canons conferred such a privilege 230 8”,23 | it became a custom, the Canons were adopted and the ancient 231 8”,23 | designations conferred, not by any Canons of the Councils or of the 232 8”,23 | promulgated these thirty Canons; but I know not how it came 233 8”,23 | either in the Collection of Canons of John of Antioch, or in 234 8”,23 | 115] Note that these two Canons, the Twenty-ninth and the 235 8”,23 | either interpreters of the Canons or someone else before the 236 8”,23 | interlocutions and made them into Canons and Definitions. Hence, 237 8”,23 | law, and not of the divine Canons (for nowhere do the divine 238 8”,23 | for nowhere do the divine Canons require anyone to take an 239 8”,23 | Thirdly, because in its Canons it lays down legislation 240 8”,23 | Barbary — as appears in Canons XII, XIII, XVIII, XXIX, 241 8”,23 | especially to improve upon Canons of many local and regional 242 8”,23 | because it agrees in its Canons with the divine Scriptures 243 8”,23 | the later exegetes of the Canons sometimes call it the Quinisext ( 244 8”,23 | to say, that it furnished Canons to help in the regulation 245 8”,23 | to Tarasius, accepts its Canons as if considering it the 246 8”,23 | its Third and Seventeenth Canons bear witness; this means 247 8”,23 | and power.~ ~ [133] Some Canons of certain local Synods 248 8”,23 | Council’s c. XXIX; and other canons likewise by other of its 249 8”,23 | likewise by other of its Canons. Note, however, that the 250 8”,23 | Note, however, that the Canons of the Faster, though not 251 8”,23 | Prolegomena to the Faster. The Canons made later by St. Nicephorus, 252 8”,23 | that this Canon calls the Canons, Canons of Timothy the Elder 253 8”,23 | Canon calls the Canons, Canons of Timothy the Elder by 254 8”,23 | held in the West, nor the Canons of the Latins which had 255 8”,23 | Council enumerated those Canons of Councils and Fathers 256 8”,23 | recognized and accepted all the Canons of local Synods and regional 257 8”,23 | West that agreed with the Canons of the Ecumenical Councils. 258 8”,23 | Armenopoulos (in his Epitome of the Canons, Section 3, Title II) and 259 8”,23 | And secondly, from the Canons of the regional council 260 8”,23 | not decreed by the divine Canons. Nevertheless, those who 261 8”,23 | clashing with St. Paul and the Canons, including this one and 262 8”,23 | is contrary both to the Canons and to all antiquity, and 263 8”,23 | thirty-fifth note on the Canons of Antioch, called the papalethra 264 8”,23 | other, as well as all other Canons that say for the deposed 265 8”,23 | consonant with the rest of the Canons. So when the Canon says 266 8”,23 | For nowhere do the above Canons bestow upon those who have 267 8”,23 | and contrary to six other Canons and two Ecumenical Canons, 268 8”,23 | Canons and two Ecumenical Canons, namely, cc. III and XXVI 269 8”,23 | accordance with the six Canons. But as for the view that 270 8”,23 | a time when neither the Canons say this nor do the exegetes 271 8”,23 | unlawful and contrary to the Canons) for them to undertake, 272 8”,23 | undertake and contrary to the Canons. I realize that when these 273 8”,23 | in hand to interpret the Canons, we are determined to tell 274 8”,23 | right of all that is in the Canons, and those who possess fear 275 8”,23 | said. Why, I ask, do these Canons say these things, whereas 276 8”,23 | Thursday. Accordingly the Canons of Carthage allowed the 277 8”,23 | whereas all these other Canons, as we have said, decree 278 8”,23 | which is contrary to the Canons, according to c. VI of the 279 8”,23 | be done; accordingly, the canons may be chanted more slowly, 280 8”,23 | and misrepresenting the Canons of the Council and saying 281 8”,23 | the perjurers, the sacred Canons, on the other hand, in dealing 282 8”,23 | Anonymous Interpreter of the Canons.~ ~ [241] Marcion was a 283 8”,23 | penalties, with which the Canons customarily and for the 284 8”,23 | recommended by the same Canons of the Fathers, and especially 285 8”,23 | like transgressors of the Canons. Men unsacred and monks 286 8”,23 | this is contrary to the Canons. That is why Balsamon (Reply 287 8”,23 | penances prescribed by the Canons” (page 342, Corpus Juris 288 8”,23 | and reverend the divine Canons are. For this holy Council, 289 8”,23 | dignifies these very same divine Canons with those titles and names 290 8”,23 | of the Novels invests the Canons of the seven Councils and 291 8”,23 | Scriptures and the sacred Canons for three months; and that 292 8”,23 | to recognize and keep the Canons decreed by them, and all 293 8”,23 | supplementing the sacred Canons in this regard, add directions 294 8”,23 | And see also the three Canons of John the Faster found


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