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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | institutions. Be that as it may, in Byzantine times and 2 1 | presence. To St. Athanasius may be attributed a preponderant 3 1 | Theodoret, and Rufinus may be considered as very important 4 1”,3 | house. Except that they may keep a mother, a daughter, 5 1”,5 | that a proper investigation may be made, it has seemed well 6 1”,5 | consent of the bishops it may seem better to let a more 7 1”,5 | small-mindedness, the gift may be offered to God in all 8 1”,5 | and other such questions may be properly investigated, 9 1”,8 | their penance. So that they may adhere to the dogmas of 10 1”,8 | presbyter, in order that he too may be numbered among those 11 1”,9 | Zonaras and Balsamon. Or they may cease to perform sacred 12 1”,10 | life has been fairly good, may be ordained clergymen, according 13 1”,12 | years with “listeners,” they may rightfully pray with the 14 1”,12 | father (i.e., the confessor) may make him an “economy,” i.e., 15 1”,12 | him an “economy,” i.e., may allow him an adjustment 16 1”,14 | apparent contradiction it may be said, according to Zonaras, 17 1”,18 | administer it to them, or it may be administered to them 18 1”,18 | ecclesiastical office he may occupy;[34] except only 19 1”,20 | and throughout Pentecostmay be kept in all Orthodox 20 2”,2 | order that each of them may serve his own province and 21 2”,2 | the bishop of Alexandria may manage only the parishes 22 2”,6 | What the present Canon says may be stated as follows. Since 23 2”,6 | contrary, no matter what may be his religious views, 24 2”,6 | crimes, then the accusers may carry the matter up to the 25 2”,7 | Translator. — This designation may be based upon the Greek 26 2”,7 | first approximation they may be taken as signifying something 27 2”,7 | Dioscorites, and Severians may be accepted after anathematizing 28 2”,7 | their own heresies — as may also the Novatians, that 29 3 | After ordaining that no one may dare compose or write any 30 3”,8 | pretext of sacerdotalism, may not cloak a secret ambition 31 4”,4 | in order that the monks may remain quiet and free from 32 4”,4 | and 2) in order that he may himself derive therefrom 33 4”,9 | consent of his bishop, he may have his case tried by referees ( 34 4”,12 | of a true metropolis, it may be observed, consists principally 35 4”,13 | life; though as laymen that may commune there. Read also 36 4”,14 | that Anagnosts and Psalts may marry after being installed 37 4”,16 | mean that the marriage tie may remain indissoluble, but, 38 4”,17 | Constantinople, according as he may choose. If, on the other 39 4”,17 | laws and ordinances which may be decreed by the emperor 40 4”,19 | matters to be corrected that may come up. As for those Bishops, 41 4”,19 | wherever the Metropolitan may deem fit, and adjust whatever 42 4”,19 | adjust whatever affairs may arise from time to time 43 4”,24 | that is to say, that they may be protected and managed. 44 4”,25 | that particular bishopric may have been captured by barbarians, 45 4”,25 | barbarians, or some other woe may have befallen it, and for 46 7 | summarily speaking, it may be said to have been attested 47 7”,1 | capable, insomuch that it may be said to have outgrown 48 7”,1 | upon the unwary reader, it may not be amiss here to state 49 7”,1 | This sounds plausible and may be true, although the Greek 50 7”,6 | only Anagnosts and Psalts may marry, we too, in keeping 51 7”,6 | only Anagnosts and Psalts may marry after being ordained, 52 7”,7 | ecclesiastical position, a Deacon may happen to be, he must not 53 7”,7 | the host comes round, he may say to you: ‘Friend, take 54 7”,7 | ecclesiastical office he may be, has any right to take 55 7”,7 | you have taken so that he may sit down.” And then you 56 7”,7 | seat, so that your host may come and say to you, “My 57 7”,8 | Bishop of the Metropolis may designate. But since on 58 7”,8 | each province (or eparchy) may deem it advisable. As for 59 7”,11 | holy orders and no layman may eat any unleavened wafers 60 7”,11 | when he finds himself ill may he call them and take their 61 7”,12 | many in order that they may be saved. Become ye imitators 62 7”,12 | that from now on no prelate may live with his wife after 63 7”,12 | prelacy. For though prelates may live with their wives in 64 7”,12 | the multitude, that they may be saved, “become ye imitators 65 7”,13 | helpmates, in order that we may likewise keep the injunction 66 7”,13 | holy things, so that they may be able to gain whatever 67 7”,13 | XXXIII, in order that we may keep likewise ourselves 68 7”,13 | of this abstinence they may obtain from God that which 69 7”,13 | Interpretation of which you may read for yourself.~ ~ ~ 70 7”,14 | to this, that a Presbyter may not be ordained before he 71 7”,14 | reached the age of forty. But may God be lenient in regard 72 7”,16 | Spirit and of wisdom, whom we may appoint for this task. We 73 7”,20 | definitely that a strange bishop may not teach publicly, because 74 7”,20 | in Ap. c. XXXV, which you may read for yourself.~ ~21.~ 75 7”,20 | order that the lay guise may so shame them as to bring 76 7”,23 | invited to a wedding, he may go, but when it comes to 77 7”,25 | contenting himself as best he may with the honor of occupying 78 7”,25 | in order that they too may entreat the Lord in his 79 7”,28 | Apostles, in the same manner it may be said that a custom came 80 7”,28 | is true that I did this, may my name be stricken from 81 7”,30 | and apostasy; but they may do this with his consent 82 7”,30 | neither bishops nor priests may conduct sacred services 83 7”,30 | specify that sacred rites may not be performed in the 84 7”,36 | so on; and anything they may do by virtue of any prelatical 85 7”,39 | sixteen or seventeen years may be admitted to the battalion 86 7”,39 | prescribes that a widow may be admitted to the Church 87 7”,39 | the 4th say that a woman may be ordained a deaconess 88 7”,40 | predilection for such a life, they may embrace this with all their 89 7”,40 | wishable, though, that they may spend another year staying 90 7”,40 | cloister so that their aim may come to light more clearly. 91 7”,42 | tonsured,[171] even though he may have committed the greatest 92 7”,45 | solitary life (of monasticism) may themselves step out, when 93 7”,45 | urgent and unavoidable need, may go out from their monasteries 94 7”,45 | visiting their relatives may monks depart from their 95 7”,46 | Canon decrees that neither may any woman in general sleep 96 7”,46 | monastery of monks, nor may any man in general sleep 97 7”,47 | however, is worthy, she may be made a deaconess. Read 98 7”,52 | As for any persons that may dare to do this, they are 99 7”,60 | learning from them whatever may be revealed to them, in 100 7”,60 | bewitchments certain persons may have cast a spell upon them, 101 7”,66 | manner or by what art it may have been prepared, and 102 7”,69 | temple of the church. They may, of course, sing and chant 103 7”,71 | cohabitation the other party may be led to piety. “For what 104 7”,73 | Lord’s suppers, or, as we may say, in the churches. Nor 105 7”,75 | cords. As for anyone that may do this, let him be excommunicated. [ 106 7”,81 | means of the human aspect we may be enabled to recall to 107 7”,83 | lest any such hesitation may deprive them of such purifying 108 7”,86 | given to him so that he may have communion with the 109 7”,86 | contradistinction that a wife may with good reason leave her 110 7”,86 | because thereof is that he may stand along with the faithful 111 7”,88 | statements of both of them it may be inferred that the Lord 112 7”,89 | since this observation may not be clear to some of 113 7”,89 | light, in order that we may hence celebrate en masse 114 7”,89 | order that in this manner we may celebrate the Resurrection 115 7”,95 | materiality in order that they may bend their minds towards 116 7”,95 | blameless manners, so that they may not have any trace left 117 7”,100| As for any layman that may receive the body of the 118 7”,100| vessel, and any priest who may impart it in any such thing, 119 7”,101| spiritual physician (or, it may be, so complex and various 120 7”,101| wounds of sin, so that he may taste the fruits of repentance, 121 8”,2 | psalter, in order that he may be able to admonish all 122 8”,2 | laity therefrom so that they may learn them too. Likewise 123 8”,2 | they who are to be ordained may not repent later, as transgressors 124 8”,4 | in His second advent, you may receive from Him the reward 125 8”,6 | any other thing that he may have with him: but if he 126 8”,7 | unwritten tradition[272] may prevail. So all the divine 127 8”,8 | in order that other Jews may be reproved and corrected, 128 8”,12 | the Monastery, as the case may be, and let the Bishop, 129 8”,12 | or monastery, as the case may be, just as Ap. c. XXXVIII 130 8”,13 | them, in order that they may be restored to their pristine 131 8”,13 | back, in order that they may be restored again as bishoprics 132 8”,14 | custom, Auxiliary Bishops may only with the permission 133 8”,15 | the clergyman so enrolled may gain the emoluments of both 134 8”,19 | any kind) which a person may possess either as dowry 135 8”,19 | of his own and which he may consecrate to the monastery 136 8”,20 | monks or nuns, as the case may be let the men go apart 137 8”,20 | ch. 1). Perhaps, too, it may be that even the prophet 138 8”,21 | her abbess, as the case may be.~(c. IV of the 4th; c. 139 8”,21 | strange nunnery, as the case may be) for some days (lest 140 8”,21 | sisterhood there, as the case may be, without the approval 141 8”,23 | theatrical arts, or what may be called Satanic songs, 142 8”,23 | that the banquet itself may lead to some spiritual guidance. 143 8”,23 | perhaps in order that he may be humbled and moderate 144 8”,23 | hand of Theophilus. . . . may it be my lot to join in 145 8”,23 | with his permission others may ordain him.~ ~ [6] The 146 8”,23 | the Council, but rather it may be said that the care taken 147 8”,23 | the Fathers (though one may say that it is a compound 148 8”,23 | that such a chorepiscopus may ordain anagnosts (readers 149 8”,23 | of hands of a bishop, as may be inferred from what is 150 8”,23 | in order that the people may be saved” (Homily 2 on 2 151 8”,23 | also given to monks, as may be seen in many of the Canons 152 8”,23 | s body, in order that it may be beheld only by her, and 153 8”,23 | deaconesses were ordained, he may learn this more in detail 154 8”,23 | not. But that of which it may be said that it was earlier 155 8”,23 | Holy Spirit, which faith may be found in the work of 156 8”,23 | though this definition may have been first composed 157 8”,23 | stated. Concerning them one may obtain a fuller understanding 158 8”,23 | signifyingbest.” They may have styled themselves thus 159 8”,23 | the First Ec. C. But it may also be said that all heretics 160 8”,23 | Council in this connection may be found there. Having made 161 8”,23 | self-sufficient. But it may be added here that Gregory 162 8”,23 | without” (Gen. 20:18); or it may be said to denoteparted 163 8”,23 | episcopate.” This same inference may be drawn also from the surprise 164 8”,23 | outcries. This same conclusion may be inferred also from c. 165 8”,23 | For every unworthy person may be described as not worthy, 166 8”,23 | finish this Footnote, I may say that there is no excuse 167 8”,23 | human genus. For truly it may be said that He is one and 168 8”,23 | leader. Accordingly, it may be said, generally speaking 169 8”,23 | therein; and then the building may commence. They say in addition 170 8”,23 | on secondary grounds it may be tried before the Bishop 171 8”,23 | equal? or, be that as it may, how is it that no other 172 8”,23 | same thing, adding that he may partake only at the end 173 8”,23 | always, that is to say) he may give him a sprinkling of 174 8”,23 | even after being enslaved may in many instances manifest 175 8”,23 | latter are willing, a wedding may be performed, but if they 176 8”,23 | Constantinople by the Canons, nor, it may hence be inferred, upon 177 8”,23 | make much of the Pope. It may be restated here as follows: 178 8”,23 | nature, so and in like manner may it be said that there are 179 8”,23 | reason of the fact that it may be said to have supplied 180 8”,23 | significance of this fact, it may be averred that, properly 181 8”,23 | overthrew their heresy. It may even be said that they resemble 182 8”,23 | asked him by the prelate, he may be ordained; but if anyone 183 8”,23 | after they marry) they may mount to the sublime ascent 184 8”,23 | things of the world how he may please his wife” (1 Cor. 185 8”,23 | absurdities and improprieties may be prevented from occurring, 186 8”,23 | result of living with her he may become so excited as to 187 8”,23 | contemplation. Be that as it may, the clerics of us Easterners, 188 8”,23 | altogether, and repent, they may regain the guise of the 189 8”,23 | degraded from holy orders may enjoy the honor attaching 190 8”,23 | present Council.~ ~ [150] It may be inferred both from the 191 8”,23 | other words, officiate, but may remain entitled to all other 192 8”,23 | of their own accord, they may either resign from the duties 193 8”,23 | that the dying and the sick may take it thence with tongs 194 8”,23 | prelate to this end that they may be laid on the holy tables 195 8”,23 | c. XIV of the 4th, which may be read with due regard 196 8”,23 | assembled in common churches may stand as witnesses to the 197 8”,23 | and date of those baptized may be recorded in the archives 198 8”,23 | godfather) of the one baptized may be known to all, and therefore 199 8”,23 | relationship thus resulting may not be ignored when it comes 200 8”,23 | infant is in danger, it may be baptized at any time, 201 8”,23 | and water while thus hot, may be disposed to think that 202 8”,23 | mixture of wine and water may be moderate, and not become 203 8”,23 | where the holy elements may have spread, and he deposit 204 8”,23 | add some more, as much as may be needed for the sacred 205 8”,23 | sanctification, the matter may be remedied by means of 206 8”,23 | in order that the Devil may not be furnished an occasion 207 8”,23 | meaning of his words. Or it may be that the Theologian said 208 8”,23 | their reasoning faculty may be rendered more perfect ( 209 8”,23 | be burdened, so that she may relieve those women who 210 8”,23 | destined to become a bishop, may, if she be worthy, become 211 8”,23 | so and in like manner it may be said that the little 212 8”,23 | Furthermore, though any time may be considered fitting for 213 8”,23 | epanocalymmauchion (which may be englished as “overcap”), 214 8”,23 | monastic life by the other may, even while in the state 215 8”,23 | monk or nun, as the case may be, he or she ought to be 216 8”,23 | tonsured as a nun. Hence it may be said that Leo the Wise 217 8”,23 | opinion that one spouse may marry a second time after 218 8”,23 | the husband and the wife may, after betaking themselves 219 8”,23 | one party to a marriage may marry again after the other 220 8”,23 | fact that a married couple may adopt the monastic mode 221 8”,23 | that good aim, then they may be tonsured, even though 222 8”,23 | Tome of Sergius monasteries may be let out, it is an inconsistency 223 8”,23 | 176] From this Canon it may be inferred that no clergymen, 224 8”,23 | the presanctified liturgy may be freely celebrated by 225 8”,23 | 181] Even though one may say that fish too are called 226 8”,23 | sacrificed (for perhaps they may be), since the divine voice 227 8”,23 | times in adoration, thus may they partake thence, not 228 8”,23 | Any anagnost or layman may administer communion to 229 8”,23 | same as astrologers, as may be inferred from the words 230 8”,23 | spirituals, as ought also the May Day celebration, or, in 231 8”,23 | doors on tlie first day of May, since this too is a Greek 232 8”,23 | every month, instead of May Day celebrations and auguries 233 8”,23 | containing holy and sacred words may not be profaned. For that 234 8”,23 | ch. 143) that an emperor may commune within the Bema 235 8”,23 | question. Accordingly, it may be said in general that 236 8”,23 | 881 of vol. V). Hence it may be said that the Christians 237 8”,23 | names, in order that we may keep from sinning gravely 238 8”,23 | heart, in order that they may be welcome, like fragrant 239 8”,23 | in order that their songs may at the same time be more 240 8”,23 | accordingly, the canons may be chanted more slowly, 241 8”,23 | fragrances in order that God may be propitiated in these, 242 8”,23 | in order that the church may be filled with sweet odors, 243 8”,23 | Christians attending it may be favored with whiffs of 244 8”,23 | sanctuary of the Lord. Whoever may dare do this, may he never 245 8”,23 | Whoever may dare do this, may he never see the heavenly 246 8”,23 | the heavenly altar! nor may he be deemed worthy to visit 247 8”,23 | Well, if you want to, you may tell me that St. Peter or 248 8”,23 | how high officials they may be. For if you are going 249 8”,23 | St. Chrysostom says. (It may be that St. Paul is saying 250 8”,23 | in order that the latter may institute the proper proceedings.~ ~ [ 251 8”,23 | confessor, a plain monk may receive thoughts, but thereafter 252 8”,23 | construction of a statue. Rather it may be said that this definition 253 8”,23 | not say this, so that we may find an excuse for exercising 254 8”,23 | Accordingly, in Greek, one may use it in the sense of “ 255 8”,23 | or picture, is that which may be called the imitative 256 8”,23 | But the word adoration may be taken in a broader sense, 257 8”,23 | Because in this way there may be a lot of other pictures 258 8”,23 | iconomachs, from this it may be concluded as a logical 259 8”,23 | lettered persons of things they may have forgotten. Hence the 260 8”,23 | places, in order that they may be known from the name to 261 8”,23 | that the icons they paint may resemble the originals, 262 8”,23 | in order that that saying may be fulfilled which says: “ 263 8”,23 | prelate, but if necessary it may be carried out even by a 264 8”,23 | Canon says that these things may be sold only to farmers 265 8”,23 | or monastery, as the case may be, may buy them back from 266 8”,23 | monastery, as the case may be, may buy them back from them 267 8”,23 | churches or monasteries may be sold when there happens 268 8”,23 | who is not in holy orders may be made the abbot of a monastery, 269 8”,23 | great the quantity of it may be even though no consecratory 270 8”,23 | account of the suspicion that may arise therefrom, and because 271 8”,23 | any other brethren that may need to converse with any 272 8”,23 | provision: that parents may not take those children 273 8”,23 | on account of which one may depart from his monastery, 274 8”,23 | reasons, to wit: 1) a monk may depart from his monastery 275 8”,23 | then and in that case he may leave with the permission 276 8”,23 | abbot, in order that he may converse with God alone 277 8”,23 | involuntarily even an abbot may be driven from his monastery 278 8”,23 | and correction, a prelate may transfer virtuous monks,


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