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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,1 | persons to the clergy.~(Ap. cc. XXI, XXII, XXIII; c. 2 1”,1 | also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXI.~ ~ ~ 3 1”,2 | standing in the clergy.~(Ap. c. LXXX; c. XVII of the 4 1”,2 | present Canon commands what Ap. c. LXXX ordains. For it 5 1”,2 | ecclesiastical Canon (that is to say, Ap. c. LXXX), whether of necessity, 6 1”,2 | also the Interpretation of Ap. c. LXXX.~ ~ ~ 7 1”,4 | province to the Metropolitan.~(Ap. c. I; c. III of the 7th; 8 1”,4 | Canon and in accordance with Ap. c. I. This is about the 9 1”,5 | held sometime in autumn.~(Ap. cc. XII, XIII, XXXII, XXXVII; 10 1”,5 | as that old Canon (i.e., Ap. c. XXXII or even XII) decrees, 11 1”,5 | time of autumn. Read also Ap. cc. XXXII and XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 12 1”,6 | of the majority prevail.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. II of the 13 1”,6 | also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 14 1”,7 | own dignity preserved.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. II, III of 15 1”,7 | a patriarch). Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 16 1”,8 | bishops in the same city.~(Ap. cc. XLVI, XLVII, LXVIII; 17 1”,8 | city (concerning which see Ap. c. XXXV, and c. XVI of 18 1”,9 | upon irreproachability.~(Ap. cc. XXV, LXI; cc. IX, X 19 1”,10| they shall be deposed.~(Ap. c. LXII; cc. I, III, XII 20 1”,10| after ordination; read also Ap. c. LXII.~ ~ ~ 21 1”,15| question was ordained.~(Ap. cc. XIV, XV; c. VI of the 22 1”,15| Apostolical Canon (namely, Ap. c. XIV, and most especially 23 1”,15| VI of the 4th. Read also Ap. cc. XIV and XV.~ ~ ~ 24 1”,16| Canon of the Church (i.e., Ap. c. XV), rashly depart from 25 1”,16| Canon would be contrary to Ap. c. XV, which does not exclude 26 1”,16| void and invalid. Read also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 27 1”,17| an alien to the Canon.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. X of 6th; c. 28 1”,17| canonical order. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 29 1”,19| fail among the laymen.~(Ap. c. XLVII; c. II of the 30 1”,19| deaconesses too. (See also Ap. cc. XLVI and XLVII, and 31 1”,19| Read also the footnote to Ap. c. XLVII.~ ~ ~ 32 2”,2 | practice of the Fathers.~(Ap. cc. XXXIV, XXXV; cc. VI, 33 2”,2 | more in accordance with Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV), that 34 2”,2 | allowed by the Council. Read Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV, and 35 2”,6 | because of enmity. See also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. IX of the 36 2”,7 | and then we baptize them.~(Ap. cc. XLVI, XLVII, LXVIII; 37 2”,7 | trying them out. Read also Ap. cc. XLVI and XLVII.~ ~ ~ ~ 38 3”,8 | invalid and of no effect.79~78(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; 39 3”,8 | IX, XII of Sardica). ~79(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. VI, VII of 40 3”,8 | thing that was contrary to Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV. After 41 3”,8 | also the Interpretations of Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV.~ ~ ~ 42 4”,2 | let him be anathematized.~(Ap. cc. XXIX, XXX; cc. XXII, 43 4”,2 | anathematized. Read also Ap. cc. XXIX and XXX.~ ~ ~ 44 4”,3 | penalties (or penances).~(Ap. cc. VI, LXXXI, LXXXIII; 45 4”,3 | the clericate. Read also Ap. c. VI.~ ~ ~ 46 4”,4 | Regarding the second part, Ap. c. LXXXII; cc. XL, XLII 47 4”,4 | church, in accordance with Ap. c.XLI and c.XXV of Antioch, 48 4”,4 | also the Interpretation of Ap. c. LXXXII, and c. XXIV 49 4”,5 | effect and be enforced.~(Ap. cc. XIV, XV; cc. XV, XVI 50 4”,5 | province. Read them also in Ap. cc. XIV and XV.~ ~ ~ 51 4”,7 | chosen on God’s account.~(Ap. cc. LXXXI, LXXXIII; cc. 52 4”,7 | anathematized. But why is it that Ap. c. LXXXIII only deposes 53 4”,7 | their former life (which the Ap. c. does not say), and for 54 4”,7 | unrepentant.[93] See also Ap. c. VI and c. XVI of the 55 4”,9 | it be tried before him.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 56 4”,9 | or penalties).” Read also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the 57 4”,10| shall forfeit his own rank.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 58 4”,10| the beginning. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 59 4”,11| who are under suspicion.~(Ap. cc. XII, XXXIII; c. XIII 60 4”,11| Interpretation of and the Footnote to Ap. c. XIV.~ ~ 61 4”,12| c. VIII of the First; Ap. c. XXXIV; ec. VI, VII of 62 4”,12| not a bishop. Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 63 4”,13| from their own Bishop.~(Ap. cc. XII, XV.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 64 4”,13| also the interpretations of Ap. cc. XII and XV, together 65 4”,14| to a Canonical penalty.~(Ap. c. XXVI; cc. VI and LXXII 66 4”,14| Interpretation.~Notwithstanding that Ap. c. XXVI commands that Anagnosts 67 4”,14| also the Interpretations of Ap. cc. XLVI, XLVII, and LXVIII). 68 4”,14| II Cor. 6:14). Read also Ap. c. XXVI.[99]~ ~ 69 4”,17| ecclesiastical parishes be followed.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 70 4”,17| also the Interpretations of Ap. c. LXXIV, of c. VI of the 71 4”,18| their own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XXXIV of the 72 4”,18| also the Interpretation of Ap. C. XXXI.~ ~ ~ 73 4”,19| reprimanded in a brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V. of the 74 4”,19| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ 75 4”,20| return to his own church.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 76 4”,20| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 77 4”,21| has been examined into.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 78 4”,21| in this connection, also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the 79 4”,22| shorn of their own offices.~(Ap c. XL; c. XXIV of Antioch; 80 4”,22| forbade them to do (as, e.g., Ap. c. LX and c. XXIV of Antioch). 81 4”,22| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XL.~ ~ ~ 82 4”,23| themselves to their own regions.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 83 4”,23| present Council. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 84 4”,25| Oeconomus) of the same church.~(Ap. c. LVIII; c. XIX of the 85 4”,25| the bishop-to-be. See also Ap. cc. LVIII and XL.~ ~ ~ 86 4”,26| itself to holy orders.~(Ap. cc. XXXVIII, XL; cc. XI, 87 4”,26| monastery.[109] Read also Ap. cc. XXXVII and XLI.~ ~ 88 4”,28| have been reported to him. (Ap c. XXXIV; c. III of the 89 4”,29| this puzzling question in Ap. c. XXXV.~ ~ ~ 90 4”,30| Councils.[115] See also Ap. cc. XX and XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 91 7”,2 | concerning them also in Ap. c. LXXXV). b) Those of 92 7”,2 | violated.[134] Read also Ap. c. LXXXV, c. I of the 4th, 93 7”,3 | see, together with that of Ap. c. XIX.~ ~ ~ 94 7”,4 | him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. XXV; c. IX of the 4th; 95 7”,4 | with a lay-woman. Read also Ap. c. XXV and c. XVI of the 96 7”,6 | ordination, let him do so.~(Ap c. XXVI; cc. XIV, XV of 97 7”,8 | reprimanded in a brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V of the 98 7”,8 | brotherly way. Read also Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 99 7”,9 | be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII, LIV; c. 100 7”,9 | clergyman.[138] Read also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 101 7”,10| be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. XVII of the 102 7”,10| deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 103 7”,11| excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. VII and LXX.~ ~ ~ 104 7”,12| previously at the beginning of Ap. c. I. This fact is plainly 105 7”,12| him be deposed. See also Ap. c. V.~ ~ ~ 106 7”,13| Canon of the Holy Apostles, Ap. c. V, that is to say, desire 107 7”,13| ingeminates word for word Ap. c. V, the Interpretation 108 7”,15| see the Interpretation of Ap. c. I. Inasmuch as the civil 109 7”,17| be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XII, XV, XXXII; cc. 110 7”,17| deposed from office. Read also Ap. cc. XII and XV.~ ~ ~ 111 7”,18| Bishop who is keeping him.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 112 7”,18| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 113 7”,19| out their own salvation.~(Ap. c. LVI; cc. II, XVI of 114 7”,19| in the liturgy. Read also Ap. c. LVIII.~ ~ 115 7”,20| functions of a Presbyter.~(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; 116 7”,20| account of what is said in Ap. c. XXXV, which you may 117 7”,20| world to the heavenly life.~(Ap. c XXV; c, IX of the 1st; 118 7”,20| them to repent. Read also Ap. c. XXV.~ ~ ~ 119 7”,21| test and choice of life.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 120 7”,21| deposed from office. See also Ap. c. XXIX. Read, and sigh, 121 7”,22| delusion and maleficence.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 122 7”,22| for money.[151] Read also Ap. c. XXIX.~ ~ ~ 123 7”,23| either cease or be deposed.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII; cc. LI, 124 7”,25| which he has been deprived.~(Ap. c. XIX; c. III of the 6th; 125 7”,25| undergo penances. Read also Ap. c. XIX.~ ~ ~ 126 7”,27| commanded, let him be deposed.~(Ap. cc. III, IV; cc. XXXII, 127 7”,27| deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 128 7”,28| being prematurely broken.~(Ap. c. LXIX; c. LXXXIX of the 129 7”,28| have communed. Read also Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 130 7”,29| unsettled state of their mind.~(Ap. c. V; cc. XII, XIII, XLVIII 131 7”,29| legislation embodied in Ap. c. V, which commands that 132 7”,29| of Carthage). Read also Ap. c.V, cc. XII and XIII of 133 7”,30| be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 134 7”,30| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXI.~ ~ 135 7”,31| been handed down. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 136 7”,32| him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LXXVII; c. XIV of the 137 7”,32| after reading. Read also Ap. c. LXXVIL~ ~ ~ 138 7”,33| their own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 139 7”,33| see the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXI.~ ~ ~ 140 7”,34| who is to be ordained.~(Ap. c. XL; c. XXII of the 4th; 141 7”,34| to be ordained. See also Ap. c. XL.~ ~ ~ 142 7”,35| city of the Jerusalemites.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; c. III of the 143 7”,36| as touching its rigor.~(Ap. c. XXXVI; c. XVIII of Ancyra; 144 7”,36| that account. Read also Ap. c. XXXVI.~ ~ ~ 145 7”,38| Cyzicenians shall be ordained.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. VI, XII of 146 7”,42| another person; and see Ap. c. LXXXII) is permitted 147 7”,47| made a deaconess. Read also Ap. c. V, and c. XII of the 148 7”,49| him be excommunicated.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 149 7”,49| excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 150 7”,51| presanetified be celebrated.~(Ap. c. LXIX; cc. XLIX:LI of 151 7”,51| conformably prescribe. See also Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 152 7”,55| excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. LXIV and LXIX.~ ~ ~ 153 7”,56| offered at the Altars.~(Ap. c. III.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 154 7”,56| Table, in agreement with Ap. c. III; see the Interpretation 155 7”,58| excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XXXI.[183]~ ~ 156 7”,59| Patriarchs and Bishops. See also Ap. c. LXXIX.~ ~ 157 7”,62| anathematized.[197] See also Ap. c. LX.~ ~ ~ 158 7”,65| such amusement. See also Ap. c. IX and c. XXIV of this 159 7”,66| excommunicated. Read also Ap. c. LXIII.~ ~ ~ 160 7”,83| And see the Footnote to Ap. c. XLVII.~ ~ ~ 161 7”,84| three witnesses. See also Ap. c. LXXXII.~ ~ ~ 162 7”,86| Interpretation and Footnote of Ap. c. XLVIII, and c. XX of 163 7”,88| XXIX of the present 6th and Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 164 7”,90| this very thing. See also Ap. c. LXVI.~ ~ ~ 165 7”,93| from office according to Ap. c. XXV; see the Interpretation 166 7”,97| and see the Footnote to Ap. c. XVII). For this reason 167 7”,98| in his interpretation of Ap. c. III) that he saw an 168 7”,98| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. III.~ ~Concord.~Note, 169 8”,3 | province to the Metropolitan.”~(Ap. cc. I, II, XXX, LXI; c. 170 8”,3 | present Canon is composed of Ap. c. XXX and c. IV of the 171 8”,3 | which see the Footnote to Ap. c. II; as for the fact, 172 8”,3 | in the Interpretation of Ap. c. LXI. See also Ap. cc. 173 8”,3 | of Ap. c. LXI. See also Ap. cc. I and II, and the Footnote 174 8”,4 | crown of glory.” Read also Ap. c. XXIX.~ ~ ~ 175 8”,5 | him be anathema­tized.”~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 176 8”,5 | the penalties provided by Ap. c. XXIX and c. II of the 177 8”,6 | as the Canons prescribeAp. c. XXXVII, that is to say, 178 8”,6 | amount of its value. See also Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 179 8”,9 | him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LX; cc. II and LXIII 180 8”,9 | excommunicated. See also Ap. c. LX.~ ~ ~ 181 8”,10| orders fell to his lot.~(Ap. cc. XV, LXXXI, LXXXIII; 182 8”,10| deposed from office. See also Ap. cc. VI and XV.~ ~ ~ 183 8”,11| the case of Monasteries.~(Ap. cc. XXXVIII, XLI; c. XXVI 184 8”,11| the Patriarch. See also Ap. c. XXXVIII.~ ~ ~ 185 8”,12| did not gather together.~(Ap. cc. XXXVIII, XLI; c. XXVI 186 8”,12| the case may be, just as Ap. c. XXXVIII decrees, which 187 8”,12| also the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXVIII.~ ~ ~ 188 8”,15| let there be concessions.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 189 8”,15| priests and clerics. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 190 8”,19| been caused by the Prior.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 191 8”,23| prevailed in consequence of Ap. c. XXXIV, which says that 192 8”,23| see also Footnote 1 to Ap. c. II). In addition the 193 8”,23| Read also the Footnote to Ap. c. XXIX, and that to c. 194 8”,23| in the Interpretation of Ap. c. XLVI; and what was said 195 8”,23| as a prize and reward by Ap. c. XXXVI as well as c. 196 8”,23| accordance with the above Canons, Ap. c. XXXVI and c. XVII of 197 8”,23| See also the Footnotes to Ap. c. XXVIII.~ ~ [93] “Novel 198 8”,23| subject to him, according to Ap. c. XXXIV and XXXV, and 199 8”,23| cathosiosis), see the Footnote to Ap. c. LXXII. Note that Balsamon, 200 8”,23| Carthage to Pope Celestinus. Ap. c. LXXXIII, too, deposes 201 8”,23| others.~ ~ [114] See also Ap. c. XXXIV and c. VI of the 202 8”,23| See also Footnote 2 to Ap. c. LXIII, and that to c. 203 8”,23| in the Interpretation of Ap. c. XVII, and more particularly 204 8”,23| Chrysostom in the Footnote to Ap. c. LVIII, and c. XIX of 205 8”,23| guise, and on this point Ap. c. XXV and c. III of Basil 206 8”,23| and see the Footnote to Ap. c. XXXIX). As for the assertion 207 8”,23| See also the Footnote to Ap. c. XXII. I omit to state 208 8”,23| or eggs and fish, and of Ap. c. LXIV, which decrees 209 8”,23| And see the Footnote to Ap. c. LXXV. In addition to 210 8”,23| See also the Footnote to Ap. c. XXXIX. The above-mentioned 211 8”,23| See also the Footnotes to Ap. c. LXXII and c. XXIV of


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