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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | 330, Eusebius of Caesarea, having been asked to become bishop 2 Intro | for churchmen and monks having little education. The liturgical 3 Intro | of John the Scholastic. Having said this, we must not, 4 1”,2 | acting contrary hereto, as having the hardihood to do things 5 1”,3 | clergy, the privilege of having a subintroducta. Unless 6 1”,7 | honor, with the Metropolitan having his own dignity preserved.~( 7 1”,7 | expression “with the Metropolis having its own dignity preserved” 8 1”,8 | presbyter, with the object of having him seem to be wholly in 9 1”,8 | bishop, in order to avoid having this improper and absurd 10 1”,9 | priests, such persons, I say, having been invested with holy 11 1”,10 | this fact, I say, of their having been ordained, that is to 12 1”,12 | all Christian soldiers who having been called and having been 13 1”,12 | who having been called and having been strengthened by divine 14 1”,14 | that of “knee-bowers,” they having embraced the faith and having 15 1”,14 | having embraced the faith and having deferred only the rite of 16 1”,16 | who take the risk, without having the fear of God before their 17 1”,16 | however, they insist on having their own way, they are 18 2”,4 | to be regarded as never having been a bishop at all nor 19 2”,4 | to be regarded as never having been ordained at all: because 20 2”,6 | whatever, because of his having thus roundly insulted the 21 2”,7 | they are regarded as not having been baptized at all). Accordingly, 22 3 | either as unattainable or as having no attraction, we fall into 23 3 | speaking, of His Godhood, as having received being from the 24 3 | the Holy Virgin, but as having been the source out of which 25 3 | rational soul, to which body having become united with respect 26 3”,7 | 7.~ These things having been read aloud, the holy 27 3”,8 | yore; each Metropolitan having permission to take copies 28 3”,8 | has been attested, yet, having been embarrassed, as he 29 3”,8 | says, by some persons, and having met with unseemly circumstances, 30 3”,8 | in an account. For, once having accepted the responsibility 31 3”,8 | remuneration. But since, once having failed to cope with the 32 4 | after Cyril. For these men, having fallen into the error which 33 4”,2 | him who is found guilty of having undertaken this stand in 34 4”,4 | build oratories without having the expenses requisite to 35 4”,10 | has succeeded already in having himself translated, or transferred, 36 4”,13 | a different city without having letters recommendatory from 37 4”,16 | Ordinance 21) a monk, as having reaped fruit and having 38 4”,16 | having reaped fruit and having dedicated his body to God, 39 4”,20 | church as a result of their having been forced to flee from 40 4”,24 | and approval of the Bishop having jurisdiction of that particular 41 4”,29 | the other hand, without having any impediment in the way 42 4”,30 | the ruler and the Senate, having conceived something more 43 5 | Eutychius, both of them having served as Patriarchs of 44 7”,1 | servant and slave, and as having preferred as a matter of 45 7”,2 | and on this account, after having ratified and confirmed in 46 7”,3 | office, or priestly activity, having already been penanced for 47 7”,3 | because of their second wiveshaving died, they, I say, it was 48 7”,3 | dissolved the illegal marriages. Having decreed these thingseconomically,” 49 7”,4 | that it regards them as having corrupted and violated a 50 7”,5 | if they are clergymen (as having been involuntarily, that 51 7”,7 | have learned that Deacons having ecclesiastical offices in 52 7”,7 | deacons, on account of their having ecclesiastical offices ( 53 7”,12 | down Apostolically, but having due regard for the salvation 54 7”,15 | sacerdocy whatever without having reached the years decreed, 55 7”,22 | deposed from office, as having become an imitator of the 56 7”,28 | Supper is celebrated, perhaps having decided to employ such an 57 7”,28 | must commune even after having eaten, according to c. IX 58 7”,28 | Chrysostom was blamed for having administered the communion 59 7”,29 | or on account of their having a strange notion of what 60 7”,30 | baptism therein, without having obtained the consent of 61 7”,31 | the whole inhabited earth, having each of them handed down 62 7”,32 | though he be a monk, without having received a chirothesy, or 63 7”,39 | forty years old, the Church having by the grace of God become 64 7”,39 | the divine commandments having become firmly fixed and 65 7”,40 | local bishop. But if without having any such reasons as these 66 7”,44 | struggle than for their having abandoned the world and 67 7”,44 | rather with a thought to having others see it.~(c. CXXXV 68 7”,44 | not so much because of her having been deemed worthy of the 69 7”,60 | be as a result of their having flouted the faith of Christ 70 7”,60 | faith of Christ and of their having failed to believe that Christ 71 7”,67 | completely useless because of having been damaged by bookworms 72 7”,67 | have become illegible from having become too old to be read.[ 73 7”,68 | not as a layman, but as having power and authority and 74 7”,69 | deceived, but the woman having been deceived became at 75 7”,69 | who alone has the honor of having had her speech recorded 76 7”,69 | the following phrases: “Having suppressed the psalms to 77 7”,71 | that event, the one of them having chosen the good start by 78 7”,71 | the bond of delusion for having failed to welcome the choice 79 7”,75 | Hence, in order to avoid having these fearful words said 80 7”,84 | of three witnesses. Those having present knowledge shall 81 7”,88 | Evangelists Matthew and Luke having signaled us the lateness 82 7”,88 | midnight, the sixth hour having passed and the seventh having 83 7”,88 | having passed and the seventh having begun.[228]~ ~Concord.~As 84 7”,92 | him, is indeed guilty of having committed fornication, but 85 7”,92 | time, on account of not having heard that their husbands 86 7”,92 | more to be suspected of having died than of being still 87 7”,92 | second time because of his having been many years in foreign 88 7”,93 | repent because of their having taken an oath all too rashly 89 7”,100| all sensible creation, and having attained to a heavenly dignity 90 8”,1 | Fathers. For all those men, having been guided by the light 91 8”,4 | 35). Wherefore we too, having become pupils and disciples 92 8”,4 | allotted to you, but as having become models for the flock. 93 8”,5 | him who is found guilty of having undertaken this stand in 94 8”,14 | their infancy), without having had the requisite imposition 95 8”,14 | imposition of hands and without having received the requisite seal 96 8”,17 | leaving their monasteries, having become imbued with a yearning 97 8”,17 | build prayer-houses without having the needments to finish 98 8”,17 | and not to obey others, having left their monasteries, 99 8”,17 | build prayer-houses without having the expenses required to 100 8”,19 | and women called reverent, having forgotten the Lord’s commandment, 101 8”,23 | Chrysostom (discourse on those having subintroductae, p. 214 of 102 8”,23 | weak in reasoning power or having a most acute passion, has 103 8”,23 | it.” So in order to avoid having all these consequences follow, 104 8”,23 | male, but especially of having one as a subintroductus.” ~ 105 8”,23 | would a flame. For the enemy having burnt up many men with a 106 8”,23 | common matters depends upon having the benefit of equality. 107 8”,23 | first built the city, and having built therein a sacred temple, 108 8”,23 | himself, in order to avoid having the throne of St. Peter 109 8”,23 | used in Greece), as not having these functions, possess 110 8”,23 | short a time, because of his having committed a willful murder, 111 8”,23 | boy did this the old man, having swallowed a little, immediately 112 8”,23 | for their sins, without having done anything wrong since 113 8”,23 | solely in virtue of their having a ministerial dignity. If, 114 8”,23 | more than a deacon, without having any other excuse to disregard 115 8”,23 | custom is recognized as having validity in lieu of a law, 116 8”,23 | conscience upbraids him for having committed some sins, he 117 8”,23 | covered with a maphorion, having its extremities hanging 118 8”,23 | animals in Greek is cynes). Having gained the friendship of 119 8”,23 | correct (notwithstanding its having been insidiously put forth).”~ ~ [ 120 8”,23 | Jerusalem.” These facts having been thus stated, the phrase “ 121 8”,23 | of their being ashamed of having to be anointed by the Orthodox 122 8”,23 | lacking by reason of not having received an application 123 8”,23 | the Apostolic traditions. Having as followers two women, 124 8”,23 | baptizes the Latins too as having been baptized with no immersion 125 8”,23 | connection may be found there. Having made a sole definition of 126 8”,23 | down (out of heaven), and having become incarnate as a human 127 8”,23 | but, on the contrary, of having received being in the substance 128 8”,23 | Council. But this Council, having sanctioned this sweetest 129 8”,23 | is called the Theotoke as having truly given birth to God, 130 8”,23 | antepenult, which would signifyhaving been begotten by God spiritually,” 131 8”,23 | Epiphanius (Haer. 78) says: “Who, having said Mary, and having been 132 8”,23 | Who, having said Mary, and having been asked whom he meant, 133 8”,23 | the Pope himself, I say, having accepted this definition, 134 8”,23 | surnamed Rhinotmetus (as having had his nose cut off). For 135 8”,23 | fourth was lower Iberia, as having been honored in the time 136 8”,23 | fifth was upper Iberia, as having been honored during the 137 8”,23 | sixth was that of Pecius, as having been honored in the time 138 8”,23 | in paraphrase, that “once having been given the care of an 139 8”,23 | from the province; and as having resigned them he no longer 140 8”,23 | the Canon says that anyone having a dispute with the Metropolitan 141 8”,23 | with the laws, no party having any right to object to his 142 8”,23 | epitaph to St. Basil as having taken place in the metropolis 143 8”,23 | return and repent after having violated his pledge to the 144 8”,23 | as we have said, in his having authority over all the bishops 145 8”,23 | Council held in Ephesus of having condemned Nestorius without 146 8”,23 | other hand, the humanity, having its own self under its control 147 8”,23 | in point of time and as having been held in the same geographical 148 8”,23 | by any reason of their having been ordained by him, but 149 8”,23 | Ecumenical Canon prelates from having a wife: 1) Because in view 150 8”,23 | days they had kept from having any carnal intercourse with 151 8”,23 | and let them beware of having carnal intercourse that 152 8”,23 | with that one. These things having been thus stated, I marvel 153 8”,23 | to two opposite opinions having come into vogue as respecting 154 8”,23 | only in respect of oil, having decided to make this concession 155 8”,23 | houses in order to avoid having any pious person go to church 156 8”,23 | services upon his breast, having the clergymen and faithful 157 8”,23 | unlawful anomaly of a person’s having been baptized twice over 158 8”,23 | called Rhinotmetus (i.e., “having had his nose cut off,”) 159 8”,23 | being a virgin and never having tasted of pleasure (of the 160 8”,23 | henceforth, whereas the widow, having tasted of the pleasure ( 161 8”,23 | St. Paul says, to wit: “Having been damned because they 162 8”,23 | further above. These facts having been thus stated, it is 163 8”,23 | being rasophores (i.e., of having donned the rason, or monk’ 164 8”,23 | which he thanks God for having redeemed them from the vain 165 8”,23 | vain and worldly life and having called them to the decent 166 8”,23 | monk), without so much as having donned the rason (or monk’ 167 8”,23 | staurophore. These facts having been thus stated, the priest 168 8”,23 | the streets and roads and having a wife and children, directly 169 8”,23 | order to prevent her from having access to some other man 170 8”,23 | Title XII). These facts having been thus stated, Balsamon 171 8”,23 | latter is dead, because of having chosen another life, they 172 8”,23 | Ecumenical Council of not having decreed this rightly; but 173 8”,23 | over to the lord paramount having jurisdiction). And see in 174 8”,23 | plenty of good luck, by having the priest sanctify their 175 8”,23 | some ignorant priests do in having laymen or anagnosts prepare 176 8”,23 | table placed beside it and having an antimension laid upon 177 8”,23 | Calvinists themselves, though having discarded every trace of 178 8”,23 | appellation of the Lord, as not having acquired its title from 179 8”,23 | agreeable to the spirit, having as it does an intermediate 180 8”,23 | alternately.” Afterwards again: “Having allowed one to commence 181 8”,23 | fact that, an earthquake having occurred in Constantinople, 182 8”,23 | Christ is risen” at once, having eggs and cheese they have 183 8”,23 | 239] Manes the Persian, having served as a slave for a 184 8”,23 | the bishop or to the one having permission and the ministry 185 8”,23 | human beings, such bodies having been developed out of ectoplasm, 186 8”,23 | divine St. Paul said that having a shadow the Law did not 187 8”,23 | into the possibility of its having been anointed or having 188 8”,23 | having been anointed or having had a special prayer said 189 8”,23 | that it is made without having any special prayer said 190 8”,23 | common because of their not having had any special prayers 191 8”,23 | the Theandric activity, having taken this word from the 192 8”,23 | relics of martyrs, and, having put them in a case and having 193 8”,23 | having put them in a case and having poured holy chrism over 194 8”,23 | So, the necessary water having been put into the font, 195 8”,23 | himself, on the ground of its having been consecrated to God, 196 8”,23 | other has the means, the one having the means of managing to 197 8”,23 | to help the poor one, as having an obligation, ought to


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