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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | the ante-Nicene period, we see that all sorts of new problems 2 Intro | limited, as we can clearly see in reading the Nomocanon 3 Intro | until the twelfth century to see the first systematic work 4 Intro | the eighteenth century to see the appearance of a new 5 Intro | whole correct, as we can see by comparing the present 6 Intro | Thus the first place of the See of Constantinople is not 7 Intro | on the extension to his see of the axiom applied by 8 1”,2 | defied the great council. See also the Interpretation 9 1”,6 | interpretation is better; see also Dositheus, in the Dodecabiblus, 10 1”,6 | to be made a bishop (and see the footnote to the present 11 1”,7 | individual (concerning which see the second footnote to c. 12 1”,8 | same city (concerning which see Ap. c. XXXV, and c. XVI 13 1”,19| baptize a second time; and see the prolegomena to the Council 14 1”,19| ordained deaconesses too. (See also Ap. cc. XLVI and XLVII, 15 2 | Council made these additions, see the Footnote to c. VII of 16 2 | and by c. I of the 7th. (See Dositheus, p. 222 of the 17 2”,6 | someone or because of enmity. See also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. 18 2”,7 | Apotactites (concerning whom see c. XCV of the 6th) to get 19 3 | with respect to flesh.” (See this letter also in the 20 4 | which related to it.[84] (See Dositheus, from p. 331 to 21 4”,1 | should remain confirmed. See also what is said of Canons 22 4”,4 | shorn, without leaving them (see c. XXI of the 7th) and involving 23 4”,7 | they are unrepentant.[93] See also Ap. c. VI and c. XVI 24 4”,10| prescribed in the beginning. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 25 4”,15| have led into prostitution. See also the Interpretation 26 4”,16| his c. VI and his VIII; see alsto c. VII of the present 27 4”,20| who has left his own city see fit to return to his own 28 4”,21| been aspersed and accused. See, in this connection, also 29 4”,23| for what a defensor is, see the Footnote to c. II of 30 4”,23| of the present Council. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 31 4”,25| it to the bishop-to-be. See also Ap. cc. LVIII and XL.~ ~ ~ 32 4”,29| the region in question, see the solution of this puzzling 33 4”,30| custom in the diocese (or see) of Alexandria’s Patriarch 34 4”,30| succeeded by Proterius (see p. 241 of the second volume 35 4”,30| Collection of the Councils.[115] See also Ap. cc. XX and XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 36 5 | Act of the Seventh Ec. C. See also p. 14 in the first 37 7 | Canons of the Sixth Council (see also Dositheus p. 603 to 38 7”,2 | nothing improper or spurious. See concerning them also in 39 7”,3 | Interpretation of which see, together with that of Ap. 40 7”,12| wife, let him be deposed. See also Ap. c. V.~ ~ ~ 41 7”,15| to be ordained a bishop, see the Interpretation of Ap. 42 7”,18| goes back where he belongs. See also the Interpretation 43 7”,20| that does not belong to his see. If anyone be caught doing 44 7”,21| be deposed from office. See also Ap. c. XXIX. Read, 45 7”,24| a part of it; wherefore see also the Interpretation 46 7”,26| Hence from what they can see on the outside they draw 47 7”,26| Creation he says that if you see anyone clothed in a robe 48 7”,33| Interpretation there, but also see the Interpretation of Ap. 49 7”,34| is going to be ordained. See also Ap. c. XL.~ ~ ~ 50 7”,36| are far away from it (and see the Footnote to c. XVI of 51 7”,37| c. XVII of the 4th, and see the Interpretation of it 52 7”,38| Christ-loving and pious emperor, we see fit to concur in decreeing 53 7”,42| authority of another person; and see Ap. c. LXXXII) is permitted 54 7”,44| thought to having others see it.~(c. CXXXV of Carthage.)~ ~ 55 7”,48| it repeats verbatim, and see the Interpretation there. 56 7”,49| shall be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 57 7”,51| rituals conformably prescribe. See also Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 58 7”,52| quality and familiarity: and see in the section concerning 59 7”,53| adulterers, i.e., 15 years. See also in the teaching concerning 60 7”,56| agreement with Ap. c. III; see the Interpretation of the 61 7”,58| let him be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XXXI.[183]~ ~ 62 7”,59| Patriarchs and Bishops. See also Ap. c. LXXIX.~ ~ 63 7”,62| are anathematized.[197] See also Ap. c. LX.~ ~ ~ 64 7”,65| any other such amusement. See also Ap. c. IX and c. XXIV 65 7”,71| they wife?” (1 Cor. 7:16). See also c. XIV of the 4th.~ ~ ~ 66 7”,72| honoring it wherever we see it. But inasmuch as certain 67 7”,73| of some great necessity. See also the Footnote to c. 68 7”,77| baptism as catechumens (see the Interpretation of c. 69 7”,77| the length of this period? See the Footnote to c. II of 70 7”,78| excommunicated.~ ~Concord.~See also St. Epiphanius (Haer. 71 7”,80| was anathematized by it (see the Preface to the Fifth 72 7”,83| virtue of the bath. And see the Footnote to Ap. c. XLVII.~ ~ ~ 73 7”,84| two or three witnesses. See also Ap. c. LXXXII.~ ~ ~ 74 7”,88| at the dawning of Sunday. See also the Interpretation 75 7”,89| for a whole night and day. See also c. XX of the 1st.[229]~ ~ ~ 76 7”,90| Christians, says this very thing. See also Ap. c. LXVI.~ ~ ~ 77 7”,93| according to Ap. c. XXV; see the Interpretation of the 78 7”,94| these parts here again; see their interpretation there. 79 7”,97| a complete wedding (and see the Footnote to Ap. c. XVII). 80 7”,98| cheese into the holy Bema. See also the Interpretation 81 8 | respecting the object worshiped: see his Epitomized Definitions, 82 8”,1 | enacted by the holy Fathers. See also c. I of the 4th, and 83 8”,3 | explained these Canons, see the interpretation of them 84 8”,3 | Canon, concerning which see the Footnote to Ap. c. II; 85 8”,3 | Interpretation of Ap. c. LXI. See also Ap. cc. I and II, and 86 8”,5 | again become sober enough to see their own mistake. For it 87 8”,5 | are quoted verbatim: and see the Interpretation of them 88 8”,6 | Metropolitans should fail to see that this is done, except 89 8”,6 | the bishops assembled must see to it that the vivifying 90 8”,6 | fourfold amount of its value. See also Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 91 8”,9 | let him be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. LX.~ ~ ~ 92 8”,10| be deposed from office. See also Ap. cc. VI and XV.~ ~ ~ 93 8”,11| matter, by the Patriarch. See also Ap. c. XXXVIII.~ ~ ~ 94 8”,12| and consecrated by others. See also the Interpretation 95 8”,14| custom[277] (respecting which see also the Footnote to c. 96 8”,15| of priests and clerics. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 97 8”,16| Hence St. Basil the Great (see his Epitomized Def. 49) 98 8”,16| bishoprics and churches. See also c. XXVII of the 6th.~ ~ ~ 99 8”,17| to build oratories.[280] See also c. IV of the 4th, and 100 8”,18| any offense or reproach. See also c. III of the First.~ ~ ~ 101 8”,20| that any nun should want to see a monk who is her relative, 102 8”,20| But if any monk wishes to see a nun who is a relative 103 8”,20| relative of his, let him see her, and let him speak a 104 8”,20| Zech. 12:12-13).[287] See also cc. XLVI and XLVII 105 8”,23| Thessalonica, and of Corinth; and see the footnote to c. IX of 106 8”,23| made on the score of sin. See also chapters 1 and 3 and 107 8”,23| Basil notes in his c. I. See also the Interpretation 108 8”,23| the holy orders. If you see these naked, then treat 109 8”,23| beforehand from holy orders.” See also the testimony of Chrysostom 110 8”,23| Consistents (or “costanders”), see c. LXXV of Basil.~ ~ [21] 111 8”,23| his Epitome of the Canons. See also this formulation in 112 8”,23| countless eyes, in order to see the habitude of the soul 113 8”,23| be scandalized when they see persons that are unworthy 114 8”,23| Conciliar, and Patristic Canons (see also Footnote 1 to Ap. c. 115 8”,23| a few years after Paul. See also the prolegomena of 116 8”,23| Dionysius of Alexandria. See also page 155 of the dogmatic 117 8”,23| Concerning each of these groups, see the Footnote to c. I of 118 8”,23| First Ecumenical Council (see the Prolegomena to the First 119 8”,23| ch. 6. Concerning this see also c. VII of Laodicea.~ ~ [ 120 8”,23| flesh, but man-bearing God (see St. Gregory the Theologian’ 121 8”,23| and dissenters “heretics,” see the second footnote to c. 122 8”,23| carried, concerning which see the Preface to the First 123 8”,23| by secular authorities. See also the Footnote to c. 124 8”,23| p. 390. Concerning which see Footnote 1 to the Prolegomena 125 8”,23| required for catechization see Footnote 1 to c. II of the 126 8”,23| that they are unbaptized. See also the last Footnote to 127 8”,23| forfeit their office.” Do you see that it specifies definitely 128 8”,23| to their heretical views (see pp. 495-7 of the Dodecabiblus).~ ~ [ 129 8”,23| with respect to substance, see also the Footnotes to the 130 8”,23| amplifier). On this point see also the explanation of 131 8”,23| and the Jesuit Petrovius. See also the Council held in 132 8”,23| emperors in Nicaea.~ ~ [78] See the commencement of this 133 8”,23| prevented from becoming a monk. See also c. II of St. Sohpia, 134 8”,23| IX of the First Ec. C. See also the form for a canonical 135 8”,23| definition of its own; and see in the Preface to the Third 136 8”,23| Church. Concerning this see the first Footnote to the 137 8”,23| Knapheus (concerning whom see c. LXXXI of the 6th). For, 138 8”,23| another and from the Church. (See the discussion in Dositheus, 139 8”,23| cases of urgent necessity; see also the Footnote to c. 140 8”,23| page 342 of the same book): see also the Chapter on Adelphopoeia 141 8”,23| should correct him, etc. (see C. XLIV for detailed explanations).~ ~ [ 142 8”,23| of Antioch be considered. See also the Footnotes to Ap. 143 8”,23| and there is none othe. See also the Footnote to c. 144 8”,23| letters are worded at present, see at the end of this Handbook 145 8”,23| any longer in the world. See also the Footnote to c. 146 8”,23| position of whatever worth. See also the Footnote to c. 147 8”,23| treason (or cathosiosis), see the Footnote to Ap. c. LXXII. 148 8”,23| which Basil the Great says (see his Ethic 30) is as true 149 8”,23| metropolitans included in the see, or diocese, of Rome, so 150 8”,23| the other bishops of the see, has the right to ordain 151 8”,23| Fathers, not only in his own See (or Diocese), but also in 152 8”,23| all the others.~ ~ [114] See also Ap. c. XXXIV and c. 153 8”,23| Council. As concerning this see the Footnote to its c. II. 154 8”,23| attending it (concerning these see ibidem in the Collection). 155 8”,23| by all the Church — and see in the Prolegomena to the 156 8”,23| mentioned in the present Canon, see this after the one in Sardica. 157 8”,23| do so, shall be deposed. (See the same views expressed 158 8”,23| are doing the right thing. See also Footnote 2 to Ap. c. 159 8”,23| become a priest.~  ~[144] See also St. Gregory the Theologian 160 8”,23| that it was of use to them (see also the Footnote to c. 161 8”,23| priest after the deacons. See also c. LXIX of Basil, where 162 8”,23| co-deans of the churches. See also the testimony of St. 163 8”,23| Latins a “whorish garland.” See Dositheus in the Dodecabiblus, 164 8”,23| orders, concerning which see the Footnote to c. XXVI 165 8”,23| Homily 83 on St. Matthew. See Argentes, page 306. Those 166 8”,23| St. Basil the Great says (see in extenso XX). No blamed 167 8”,23| page 564 of volume VI). See also the discourse which 168 8”,23| according to Kitros (and see the Footnote to Ap. c. XXXIX). 169 8”,23| and to ecclesiastics (and see the Footnote to c. XV of 170 8”,23| without any relics of martyrs. See the Footnote to c. VIII 171 8”,23| one, but a later one, and see the Catechism. But then 172 8”,23| lead of previous Councils. See concerning the privileges 173 8”,23| ambition and greed; and see in the Footnote to the Letter 174 8”,23| Let no one be surprised to see that while St. Basil the 175 8”,23| years old and upward, shall see the land which I swore unto 176 8”,23| herein, behold, you can see for yourselves that again 177 8”,23| beardless and girlish face. And see in the Footnote to c. III 178 8”,23| first faith” (1 Tim. 5:12). See also the Footnote to c. 179 8”,23| ugly when he has hair (and see the Footnote to c. XCVI 180 8”,23| carry out his promise (and see the Footnote to c. XXVIII 181 8”,23| in Title II of Book IVsee also the Footnote to c. 182 8”,23| the Council in Carthage; see also c. I of Nicephorus 183 8”,23| obtained by mutual agreement. See also Dositheus, of celebrated 184 8”,23| condemn her on this account. See also the Footnote to Ap. 185 8”,23| the Nomicon of Photius. See also Job the Sinner, page 186 8”,23| that is what Argentes says. See also the Footnote to c. 187 8”,23| in Lent, as some insist (see Dositheus, Concerning those 188 8”,23| presanctified bread was kept, see Eustratius Argenetes, page 189 8”,23| held in Toledo, and others. See also the Footnote to c. 190 8”,23| much the same way as this. See also the Footnote to c. 191 8”,23| same Symeon (Reply 41). See also the Footnote to c. 192 8”,23| having jurisdiction). And see in the Nomicon of Photius, 193 8”,23| to the name of the Lord. See also c. IV of St. Nicephorus 194 8”,23| commune inside the Bema. See also Nicephorus Callistus, 195 8”,23| confessors be induced to see to it that the unlawful 196 8”,23| with the civil laws; and see the Footnote to c. XIV of 197 8”,23| profaning things that are holy. See also in the Footnotes to 198 8”,23| without excepting any of them. See also Eustratius Argentes 199 8”,23| according to Balsamon. See also the theological exposition 200 8”,23| Collection of the Councils. See also in the Prolegomena 201 8”,23| dare do this, may he never see the heavenly altar! nor 202 8”,23| they are being canonized. See also the Footnote to c. 203 8”,23| good cheer.” Here you can see that they say that first 204 8”,23| this conclusion of ours, see our Meletius Pegas, at the 205 8”,23| abolished by our officials; and see c. XXI of the present C. 206 8”,23| was abolished by us; and see the preface or preamble 207 8”,23| along with the faithful. See the 18th ch. of Title XIII 208 8”,23| all’” (Matt. 5:34). And see the Footnote to Ap. c. LXXV. 209 8”,23| page 566 of volume VI). See also in Sermon 14 on statues 210 8”,23| Concerning these heretics see the Preface to the Fourth 211 8”,23| to Epiphanius (Haer. 47). See also c. LXXXVI of Basil.~ ~ [ 212 8”,23| disgusting sight it is to see the successor of St. Peter 213 8”,23| stated in his biography. See the Dodecabiblus of Dositheus, 214 8”,23| judged as an adulterer. See ch. 11 of the doctrine concerning 215 8”,23| Seraphim; Sermon 21 on Statues; see also his biography by Metaphrastes). 216 8”,23| the mystery was obviated. See also Eustratius, in his 217 8”,23| churches, as we can also see for ourselves by actual 218 8”,23| Corpus Juris Graecoromani). See also the Footnote to Ap. 219 8”,23| honored; and people went to see it out of a yearning for 220 8”,23| prevailed among us.” You see here three things as plainly 221 8”,23| testifies to the same truth. And see ch. 67 of Symeon Metaphrastes, 222 8”,23| 4:10, and Luke 4:8). You see that He let adoration be 223 8”,23| relative adoration (and see Dositheus, page 655 of the 224 8”,23| one of his discourses; and see concerning this the Footnote 225 8”,23| litany in the Church). Do you see that the prayer which is 226 8”,23| longing of Christians who see them; wherefore the Council 227 8”,23| after his ordination. But see also (page 440 of Jus Graeco-Romanum) 228 8”,23| that the Lord said it; and see the preamble to the same 229 8”,23| unto death” (Prov. 12:28). See also the Footnote to the 230 8”,23| the unwritten traditions see cc. XCI and XCII of Basil.~ ~ [ 231 8”,23| liberation of Orthodox captives. See also the Footnotes to Ap. 232 8”,23| this and be corrected. And see also the three Canons of 233 8”,23| therefrom. But Basil the Great (see his Def. in Ext., No. 36)


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