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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1 | and on earth; who for us men and our salvation descended, 2 1”,2 | otherwise urgently demanded by men, have been done contrary 3 1”,2 | ecclesiastical Canon, so that men who have but recently come 4 1”,3 | Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.[3]~Men in holy orders and clergymen 5 1”,3 | power of sexual love of men for women, which has been 6 1”,3 | which has been placed in men’s bodies, in defiance, he 7 1”,3 | the mingling of bodies of men with bodies of women, regardless 8 1”,6 | ecclesiastical Canon, two or three men object on account of a private 9 1”,9 | after they confessed, the men, acting contrary to the 10 1”,19 | deposed. But as to these men who have never received 11 1”,19 | have asserted as concerning men must also be observed in 12 2”,6 | 6.~ Because many men, in a spirit of enmity and 13 2”,6 | examination, nor are all men to be allowed to bring accusations 14 2”,6 | stated as follows. Since many men wishing to confound the 15 3”,4 | just and right that these men too should be deposed from 16 3”,8 | Christ, the Liberator of all men, has given us as a free 17 3”,8 | which the liberator of all men Jesus Christ has graciously 18 4 | Alexandria after Cyril. For these men, having fallen into the 19 4 | substances, while these men boldly confused the two 20 4”,3 | of the Clergy hire other men’s estates for the sake of 21 4”,3 | the families of secular men, whose estates they undertake 22 4”,4 | of his owner, lest other men seeing the monks engaged 23 4”,7 | LXXXIII only deposes these men from office, whereas this 24 4”,16 | to the Lord God, or any men likewise have become monks, 25 4”,16 | if the agreements which men make with one another are 26 4”,18 | conspiracy is a combination of men leagued together and with 27 4”,18 | hand, is a combination of men leagued together and with 28 4”,18 | latter says: “more than forty men who have bound themselves 29 4”,28 | custom, and then ordain those men on whom the voters have 30 4”,30 | humane as regarded these men, advised the Council not 31 7 | the assembly of the holy men have delivered this chapter 32 7 | for word as follows: “Some men who are painfully ignorant 33 7 | Sixth Council.’ Let such men become conscious of the 34 7”,1 | succinctly speaking, of all the men who have distinguished themselves 35 7”,1 | God-imparted dogmas of all the Holy Men who have shone in the Church 36 7”,3 | a multitude of not a few men — therefore we concur in 37 7”,3 | seemed best to us for these men to be dismissed from every 38 7”,12 | even as I try to please all men in everything, without seeking 39 7”,13 | marriage ties of sacred men become stronger, and we 40 7”,16 | connection did not pertain to the men serving as ministers to 41 7”,16 | look ye out among you seven men of a good reputation, full 42 7”,16 | split apart in choosing the men! that the Apostles were 43 7”,16 | these seven deacons by name, men full of Holy Spirit, and 44 7”,19 | additional benefit. But such men must not teach with their 45 7”,21 | We command that those men be deposed from office, 46 7”,23 | go to those places where men race horses, or to look 47 7”,28 | altar, unless performed by men under a fast, are not to 48 7”,41 | round cities, mixing with men and women, and discrediting 49 7”,41 | Canon decrees that if such men are willing to cut off their 50 7”,45 | the building at all. But men who are leading the solitary 51 7”,45 | now made, whether they be men or women, must be subjected 52 7”,45 | whether the delinquents be men or women.~ ~Concord.~St. 53 7”,46 | neither any woman sleep in the men’s quarters in a Monastery, 54 7”,46 | monks, and conversely for men to sleep in a convent of 55 7”,46 | fire of desire both in the men and in the women; and it 56 7”,48 | that is to say) to worldly men,[175] to manage them, that 57 7”,50 | wriggles performed whether by men or by women on the stage. 58 7”,53 | a result of this silence men’s nature was confused by 59 7”,59 | accompanying them, with which these men too who feign themselves 60 7”,60 | consult soothsayers,[184] and men calling themselves hecantontarchs,[ 61 7”,60 | those who tell fortunes of men and what they are to get 62 7”,60 | and were deluded by such men, they are to be more leniently 63 7”,61 | ceremonies performed by men or women in the name of 64 7”,61 | woman put on any that befits men. But neither shall anybody 65 7”,61 | festivals and dances by men or women in honor of the 66 7”,61 | addition that neither must men wear women’s clothing, nor 67 7”,61 | women’s clothing, nor women men’s clothing. But neither 68 7”,61 | prohibits a woman from wearing men’s clothing, and a man from 69 7”,69 | their own or along with men.~ “For it is a shame for 70 7”,69 | and the writings of modern men, who is preparing women 71 7”,70 | more foolish of the learned men among the Athenians used 72 7”,76 | how can the mind of those men who are bathing together 73 7”,86 | by our Fathers that such men shall serve a year as weepers, 74 7”,87 | interrupted in order to enable men to water their animals ( 75 7”,90 | practicing coition with men, in order to escape detection 76 7”,90 | murderers all women (or men) who furnish such means, 77 7”,93 | canonizes eleven years those men who without any great necessity 78 7”,93 | Balsamon says, not only these men, but also Christians who 79 7”,95 | easily led astray, as much of men as of women,[248] and while 80 7”,95 | Book I, ch. 3, command men not to exercise undue care 81 7”,99 | Concord.~Inasmuch as some men were wont to paint or draw 82 7”,99 | bathing or being kissed by men, and other such shameful 83 7”,100| we nowise welcome those men who make certain receptacles 84 7”,100| antidoron. But since some men, on the pretense of reverence, 85 8”,1 | holy Fathers. For all those men, having been guided by the 86 8”,5 | alien to God and alienates men from God, and from every 87 8”,5 | assert that among those men the God is no Lord, in accordance 88 8”,7 | divine Apostle said: “Some men’s sins are plainly evident, . . . 89 8”,7 | whereas those of other men follow inferentially” (1 90 8”,12 | clergymen or farmers,[276] men, that is to say, who are 91 8”,13 | institutions have been pillaged by men, including both bishoprics 92 8”,13 | but if not, in case those men who now have them in their 93 8”,15 | outside of it, for want of men, let there be concessions.~( 94 8”,16 | accordingly, I say, let these men be corrected with a penance, 95 8”,16 | ever since the beginning men in holy orders have been 96 8”,18 | of them, as long as these men are there the women are 97 8”,19 | extent that even some of the men and women called reverent, 98 8”,19 | says that inasmuch as these men have been so overcome by 99 8”,20 | follow a solitary life, the men must retire to a monastery 100 8”,20 | retire to a monastery for men, and the women must enter 101 8”,20 | being conveyed from the men’s quarters to those of the 102 8”,20 | monastery, within which men and women lived in the same 103 8”,20 | If, nevertheless, certain men and women, who are relatives 104 8”,20 | the case may be let the men go apart to monasteries 105 8”,20 | apart to monasteries for men and let the women go to 106 8”,20 | tribes of Israel to mourn, men separately and women separately, 107 8”,20 | separately” at the fact that men and women cannot live together 108 8”,23 | amusement it is proper for men and women to eat in mixed 109 8”,23 | God-bearing[290] and reverent men and women, in order that 110 8”,23 | class them among married men, or among unmarried and 111 8”,23 | among unmarried and virgin men, or in a middle group between 112 8”,23 | middle group between married men and virgin men; on which 113 8”,23 | between married men and virgin men; on which account he says:~“ 114 8”,23 | appeal than that enjoyed by men living with a lawful wife. 115 8”,23 | double desire is aroused in men living with such girls, 116 8”,23 | ascetic ordinance 4), such men are so overcome by their 117 8”,23 | like frenzied and drunken men. According to the same Chrysostom ( 118 8”,23 | scandalize the common run of men, without any show of virtue, 119 8”,23 | we have said in regard to men keeping subintroductae women, 120 8”,23 | who keep beardless young men in their house as subintroducti 121 8”,23 | from living with such young men. In fact he says verbatim:~ “ 122 8”,23 | avoid association with young men as you would a flame. For 123 8”,23 | enemy having burnt up many men with a desire for such young 124 8”,23 | a desire for such young men, consigned them to the everlasting 125 8”,23 | those keeping such young men (as the same Basil says 126 8”,23 | face of the beardless young men and receive a seed of desire 127 8”,23 | result of beardless young men. For many great lavras ( 128 8”,23 | out, and the souls of many men have been swallowed up by 129 8”,23 | embarrassment with all other men high as well as low” (Title 130 8”,23 | God does not ordain all men, but He does act through 131 8”,23 | He does act through all men, even though they themselves 132 8”,23 | Symeon ibidem) “to such men, who, whether they sinned 133 8”,23 | sides. For just as some men, being unable to endure 134 8”,23 | ought to be respected by all men, while the private declarations 135 8”,23 | in order to prevent other men from blaming him and becoming 136 8”,23 | naked body to be seen by men. Secondly, for the other 137 8”,23 | together with unbelieving men, to which it was not perfectly 138 8”,23 | for a thousand years, many men have imagined that after 139 8”,23 | and bodily pleasure; these men were followers of Cerinthus, 140 8”,23 | pauperized, and scorned many men of this belief, and assembled 141 8”,23 | and the latter sent some men and they ordained him Bishop 142 8”,23 | should be dissolved, and that men should abstain from foods 143 8”,23 | substances of the rest of men have, except for the total 144 8”,23 | nature, while God wishes all men to be saved, and everyone 145 8”,23 | consider it reasonable for men to remain in the ministry 146 8”,23 | word Acephali, or headless men, in allusion to the fact 147 8”,23 | name monks they are lone men, or solitaries (in that 148 8”,23 | slaves, but even enlisted men, that is to say, soldiers, 149 8”,23 | Constantinople. All these men, however, are wandering 150 8”,23 | grievous than God is above men. St. Basil, in fact, in 151 8”,23 | barbarians or disorderly men, provided that her former 152 8”,23 | whole households, exciting men to murders and disturbances 153 8”,23 | that women betrothed to men but seized by other men 154 8”,23 | men but seized by other men shall be given to their 155 8”,23 | at the hands of the other men. Canon XXII of Basil also 156 8”,23 | just as it is in other men); and again at other times 157 8”,23 | of Nomocanons that these men were representing the Pope 158 8”,23 | better, prefers unmarried men, or, more explicitly speaking, 159 8”,23 | does not want the married men, not because it has any 160 8”,23 | wives, whether they were men in holy orders or married 161 8”,23 | far more imperative that men should keep these days who 162 8”,23 | own promises,” which such men in holy orders had made 163 8”,23 | are trying to teach old men before you have even grown 164 8”,23 | invitation to emulate these good men and imitate their good works.” 165 8”,23 | true, it is plain that such men used to be elevated to the 166 8”,23 | theaters, since these make men perfect adulterers (page 167 8”,23 | matter of logic that such men can neither chant sanctifications 168 8”,23 | Canon. But neither can such men accept accountings and become 169 8”,23 | and strife between erudite men of the Spirit on account 170 8”,23 | house or place in which men assembled and prayed as 171 8”,23 | saying, Surely none of the men that came up out of Egypt, 172 8”,23 | English by the word wisdom) in men is gray hair and agedness, “ 173 8”,23 | wisdom is gray hair unto men” (Wisd. Sol. 4:9); and by 174 8”,23 | are wise, neither do old men know how to judge; but it 175 8”,23 | Canon, “young and beardless men” became monks as soon as 176 8”,23 | later Fathers on account of men’s weakness (or even negligence). 177 8”,23 | be turned over to worldly men, not, however, in order 178 8”,23 | that it is also harmful to men’s souls, and ruinous to 179 8”,23 | they saw clouds shaped like men with swords in their hands, 180 8”,23 | sorcerers and witches, and all men and women who go to sorcerers 181 8”,23 | employ as a means of drawing men into love. Such women are 182 8”,23 | in his possession. Those men or those women who prepare 183 8”,23 | fact I must say that the men wear masks and various false 184 8”,23 | sometimes women even wear men’s clothing, and all of them 185 8”,23 | especially in the islands, where men and women place water and 186 8”,23 | Christians of today, whether men or women, young or old, 187 8”,23 | is an invention of carnal men; wherefore it ought by all 188 8”,23 | addition, take those women, or men, who go to the tombs of 189 8”,23 | provides excommunicates men for a week in case they 190 8”,23 | to which the majority of men are accustomed by obliging 191 8”,23 | commandments to be kept by all men. As respects the first allegation, 192 8”,23 | consciousness that is common to all men, that man by the name of 193 8”,23 | after death the souls of men enter birds and cattle and 194 8”,23 | times like beardless young men; and those who singe the 195 8”,23 | not to appear to be old men. This same excommunication 196 8”,23 | and in this way to attract men beholding them to their 197 8”,23 | order to please the eyes of men, just as is written: “And 198 8”,23 | window” (ibid.). So all men and all women who do such 199 8”,23 | who look like very young men and handsome bridegrooms 200 8”,23 | of women. For God forbids men of the laity in general 201 8”,23 | and not a woman. Those men who shave their beard are 202 8”,23 | to be out of harmony with men.” The innovation of shaving 203 8”,23 | a large number of other men like him in a council called 204 8”,23 | tongs was the fact some men, either feigning to be Christians, 205 8”,23 | Patriarch said that these men ought to be deposed from 206 8”,23 | transgressors of the Canons. Men unsacred and monks ought 207 8”,23 | been sensually seen by many men and women with the veritable 208 8”,23 | since they appeared to many men and women like human beings. 209 8”,23 | visible to the eyes of worthy men and women.” And divine St. 210 8”,23 | shape of Angels, of young men, just as they appeared to 211 8”,23 | large number of individual men is to be preferred to the 212 8”,23 | and divinations — those men, I say, ought to be most 213 8”,23 | Accordingly, let these men take pains to rectify them, 214 8”,23 | be given to priests and men consecrated to God, such 215 8”,23 | to “churchly,’’ or poor, men, such as farmers are. Hence 216 8”,23 | translated into English by men unfamiliar with the Greek 217 8”,23 | ought to be tried and tested men and modest and well advanced


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