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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | of the Councils of Nicea, Constantinople, Ephesus, and Chalcedon 2 Intro | by the Councils of Nicea, Constantinople, Ephesus, and Chalcedon 3 Intro | deacon and nomophylax in Constantinople, Theodore Balsamon, at the 4 Intro | the patriarchal synod in Constantinople are very valuable for the 5 Intro | approval of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. The reservations set out 6 Intro | first place of the See of Constantinople is not really in question 7 Intro | honor of the Archbishop of Constantinople is most probably founded 8 1”,6 | concerning the Patriarch of Constantinople the Second Council set forth 9 1”,6 | other two Patriarchs, of Constantinople and of Jerusalem; and that 10 2 | First Ecumenical Council in Constantinople. Of the Fathers attending 11 2 | Nectarius the bishop of Constantinople, Timothy the bishop of Alexandria, 12 2”,1 | holy Fathers assembled in Constantinople have decided not to set 13 2”,1 | Fathers who convened in Constantinople decided that the Orthodox 14 2”,2 | Maximus the Cynic ordained in Constantinople, while, on the other hand, 15 2”,2 | ordained after the bishop of Constantinople). It commands, in addition, 16 2”,3 | 3.~ Let the Bishop of Constantinople, however, have the priorities 17 2”,3 | deals with the Patriarch of Constantinople specially, and says that 18 2”,3 | Patriarch of Rome, since Constantinople itself is also called New 19 2”,3 | Alexandria is after the bishop of Constantinople, and the bishop of Antioch 20 2”,3 | XXXVI, say for the Bishop of Constantinople to enjoy equal priorities 21 2”,3 | Canons call the Bishop of Constantinople second after the Bishop 22 2”,3 | first, and the Bishop of Constantinople second, coming in order 23 2”,3 | ascribed above to the Bishop of Constantinople with respect to the one 24 2”,3 | an honor to the Bishop of Constantinople, but that later urgent need 25 2”,4 | disturbance caused by him in Constantinople, it is hereby decreed that 26 2”,6 | Bishops who have convened in Constantinople to decree that informers 27 2”,7 | Montanists, who there in Constantinople were known as Phrygians;[ 28 3 | had ascended the throne of Constantinople. For, after quaffing and 29 3”,3 | Nestorius was Patriarch of Constantinople he excommunicated and deposed 30 4 | of whom were Anatolius of Constantinople, Paschasinus and Lucinsius, 31 4 | the Second one, held in Constantinople, and it anathematized those 32 4 | to, while St. Flavian of Constantinople, after being kicked and 33 4 | transactions endorsed in Constantinople by Flavian, and those endorsed 34 4”,9 | of the imperial capital Constantinople, and let it be tried before 35 4”,9 | of the imperial capital Constantinople, and let the case be tried 36 4”,17| tried before the throne of Constantinople, according as he may choose. 37 4”,17| C.), or to the Bishop of Constantinople, as previously stated. If, 38 4”,23| to the imperial city of Constantinople, and stay there a long time, 39 4”,23| the most holy Church of Constantinople, to take their departure 40 4”,23| excommunicated by him, go to Constantinople and stay in that city for 41 4”,23| the church to depart from Constantinople peaceably. But if they impudently 42 4”,28| in the imperial city of Constantinople otherwise known as New Rome; 43 4”,28| holy Church of that same Constantinople and New Rome. And this is 44 4”,28| the most holy Church of Constantinople aforesaid, and likewise 45 4”,28| ordained by the Archbishop of Constantinople, after the elections have 46 4”,28| decrees that the Bishop of Constantinople is to enjoy priorities of 47 4”,28| priorities of the same city of Constantinople which is also known as New 48 4”,28| throne of New Rome[112] — of Constantinople, that is to saydeeming 49 4”,28| aforesaid most holy throne of Constantinople. Not only are the Metropolitans 50 4”,28| ordained by the Bishop of Constantinople just as he pleases and decides, 51 4”,29| as well as the Bishop of Constantinople and the entire Council, 52 4”,30| sent to the Patriarch of Constantinople St. Flavian (and which, 53 4”,30| would not leave the city of Constantinople until the Archbishop of 54 5 | was the second one held in Constantinople) was held in the year 553 55 5 | served as Patriarchs of Constantinople; followed by Vigilius, the 56 5 | who, though at the time in Constantinople, was not actually present 57 6 | third one to be held in Constantinople) was held in the year 680 58 6 | leaders of them were George of Constantinople; Theodore and Sergius, presbyters, 59 6 | whom were Patriarchs of Constantinople; Honorius the Pope of Rome,[ 60 7 | the leaders were Paul of Constantinople,[125] Basil the Bishop of 61 7”,3 | bishops under the Patriarch of Constantinople were disposed to allow them 62 7”,31| Liturgy taught the church of Constantinople that in the bloodless sacrifice 63 7”,35| decree that the throne of Constantinople shall enjoy equal seniorities ( 64 7”,35| privileges of the Bishop of Constantinople, prescribing that he shall 65 7”,38| shall have the right of Constantinople, and the most God-beloved 66 7”,38| is to enjoy the right of Constantinople (that is to say, the right 67 7”,38| subject to the Bishop of Constantinople, as we have said in c. XXVIII 68 8 | Tarasius the Patriarch of Constantinople, Peter the Archpresbyter 69 8”,9 | turned in to the Bishopric of Constantinople to be put away together 70 8”,9 | surrendered to the Patriarchate of Constantinople, to be put together with 71 8”,10| own bishop and of that of Constantinople. If anyone should do so 72 8”,10| city, and especially to Constantinople; and that of their applying 73 8”,10| of the above he comes to Constantinople, or officiates in oratories, 74 8”,11| but if not the Bishop of Constantinople is given permission to appoint 75 8”,11| do so, the Patriarch of Constantinople has authority to appoint 76 8”,23| namely, that of Rome, that of Constantinople, that of Alexandria, that 77 8”,23| the letter C stands for Constantinople, the first letter a for 78 8”,23| reins, the Patriarch of Constantinople was left as the first among 79 8”,23| dispute with the Patriarch of Constantinople Acacius, after corrupting 80 8”,23| formulation of Methodius of Constantinople. On this basis, if anyone 81 8”,23| same reply says that in Constantinople deaconesses are ordained 82 8”,23| served as a Patriarch of Constantinople, and had ordained Eunomius 83 8”,23| like mind with Nectarius of Constantinople and Timothy of Alexandria. 84 8”,23| 449) seated the Bishop of Constantinople St. Flavian in the fifth 85 8”,23| presence of clergymen of Constantinople, read this Canon to the 86 8”,23| Gregory the Theologian in Constantinople, he was catechized and baptized 87 8”,23| possession of the throne of Constantinople, he sent money to Peter 88 8”,23| they ordained him Bishop of Constantinople in the house of a yokel, 89 8”,23| installed Maximus as Bishop of Constantinople. But the Council, which 90 8”,23| Athanasius the Great and Paul of Constantinople, they commanded that a Council 91 8”,23| that set forth last year in Constantinople by the Ecumenical Council 92 8”,23| 58] Though Paul of Constantinople, and Athanasius together 93 8”,23| letter which was sent from Constantinople to the bishop of Antioch 94 8”,23| bishop of the Novatians in Constantinople. Even after betaking himself 95 8”,23| told by St. Germanus of Constantinople in what he relates about 96 8”,23| to the holy Patriarch of Constantinople Nicephorus, “one with the 97 8”,23| writing to Alexander of Constantinople (the one, that is, who presided 98 8”,23| Maximianus to the throne of Constantinople, and the pacification of 99 8”,23| Second Council, held in Constantinople, because they were only 100 8”,23| Besides, even the Bishop of Constantinople John, and of Rome Virgilius 101 8”,23| writing to Eutychius of Constantinople say but this one thing. 102 8”,23| addressed to Epiphanius of Constantinople Justinian himself says: “ 103 8”,23| corrected, that Sergius of Constantinople omitted Pope Sergius IV 104 8”,23| Anthemitus departed for Constantinople and went to Zeno, who rejoiced 105 8”,23| letter to St. Flavian of Constantinople against the Monophysites. 106 8”,23| of them in the church of Constantinople, the chief one being known 107 8”,23| confirming this, Michel of Constantinople, the greatest of all philosophers, 108 8”,23| to honor the patriarch of Constantinople, have inclined to exaggeration. 109 8”,23| while to the Patriarch of Constantinople he refers the final appeal, 110 8”,23| concede that the Bishop of Constantinople is chief judge over all, 111 8”,23| chief even of the Bishop of Constantinople according to the Canons. 112 8”,23| of even the Patriarch of Constantinople in respect of judicature; 113 8”,23| tried before the Bishop of Constantinople. All these men, however, 114 8”,23| fact that the Bishop of Constantinople has no authority to officiate 115 8”,23| Chalcedon the Bishop of Constantinople named Anatolius was blamed 116 8”,23| Palaeologi, that the Bishop of Constantinople does not extend his authority 117 8”,23| decision of the Bishop of Constantinople is not subject to appeal, 118 8”,23| how can the Patriarch of Constantinople grant them a hearing? And 119 8”,23| had intended the Bishop of Constantinople to entertain appeals over 120 8”,23| Papists that the Bishop ot Constantinople can judge the Patriarchs, 121 8”,23| and thus the Bishop of Constantinople becomes the first and the 122 8”,23| because if the Bishop of Constantinople had received any such privilege, 123 8”,23| it that the patriarchs of Constantinople, when quarreling oftentimes 124 8”,23| ever called the Bishop of Constantinople greater than the Bishop 125 8”,23| subject to the throne of Constantinople must have their case tried 126 8”,23| or before the Bishop of Constantinople, as before a Patriarch of 127 8”,23| tried before the Bishop of Constantinople. Nor did it say, Let him 128 8”,23| diocese, or to the Bishop of Constantinople, as Pope Nicholas above 129 8”,23| diocese or to the Bishop of Constantinople and be tried in precisely 130 8”,23| says that the Bishop of Constantinople is not necessarily entitled 131 8”,23| authority says: “The Bishop of Constantinople must hear the appeals only 132 8”,23| subject to the Bishop of Constantinople, precisely as the Bishop 133 8”,23| in effect, the Bishop of Constantinople is the first and sole and 134 8”,23| their times the Bishop of Constantinople was ordained Patriarch by 135 8”,23| token to have the Bishop of Constantinople as their chief and head, 136 8”,23| beginning. For the Patriarch of Constantinople had ordained many Metropolitans 137 8”,23| Ephesus and returning to Constantinople he deposed thirteen bishops 138 8”,23| ordained by the Bishop of Constantinople. So that it appears that 139 8”,23| judgment of the Patriarch of Constantinople. 2) Since the Second Ec. 140 8”,23| of honor to the Bishop of Constantinople, it was in keeping therewith 141 8”,23| fact that the Bishop of Constantinople ought to receive privileges 142 8”,23| first to meet the Bishop of Constantinople, in whom they found a man 143 8”,23| granted to the Bishop of Constantinople: “The glory of Constantinople 144 8”,23| Constantinople: “The glory of Constantinople is our glory, because it 145 8”,23| cares.” 4) The Bishop of Constantinople ought to have received the 146 8”,23| Ephesus, placed the Bishop of Constantinople Flavian, not first, but 147 8”,23| conferred upon the Bishop of Constantinople the same and equal privileges 148 8”,23| territorial jurisdiction of Constantinople. For precisely as the Bishop 149 8”,23| like manner the Bishop of Constantinople has the same priorities150 8”,23| Canon, wherein the Bishop of Constantinople is magnified just as is 151 8”,23| order, while the Bishop of Constantinople is second in point of order. 152 8”,23| privileges of the Bishop of Constantinople were confirmed and ratified 153 8”,23| perceiving that the bounds of Constantinople were being widened, nearly 154 8”,23| such thing, the Bishop of Constantinople too would have to possess 155 8”,23| dignity, since the Bishop of Constantinople, according to the Canons, 156 8”,23| bestowed upon the Bishop of Constantinople by the Canons, nor, it may 157 8”,23| equally upon the Bishop of Constantinople also; and secondly, because, 158 8”,23| bestowed upon the Bishop of Constantinople too owing to Constantinople’ 159 8”,23| Constantinople too owing to Constantinople’s being (at that time) an 160 8”,23| custom for the Bishop of Constantinople to ordain the bishops in 161 8”,23| Rome which the Bishop of Constantinople received, he further received 162 8”,23| accorded to the Bishops of Constantinople Sergius and Peter by Macarius 163 8”,23| Byzantium upon the Bishop of Constantinople named John the Cappadocian 164 8”,23| said that the Bishop of Constantinople was given the appellation 165 8”,23| exclusively to the Bishop of Constantinople. Likewise the appellation 166 8”,23| time that the Bishop of Constantinople began being called Ecumenical 167 8”,23| Cappadocian the Bishops of Constantinople Epiphanius, and Anthimus, 168 8”,23| deference to the Bishop of Constantinople, became the first to subscribe 169 8”,23| therefore, the Bishop of Constantinople is never called an Ecumenical 170 8”,23| Father, who was Patriarch of Constantinople, and the Popes of Rome named 171 8”,23| custom to the Bishop of Constantinople. The contents of this Footnote 172 8”,23| the Nomocanon of John of Constantinople surnamed the Scholasticus, 173 8”,23| would not leave the city of Constantinople without first subscribing 174 8”,23| Rome, and of Acacius of Constantinople, and of Emperor Zeno.~ ~ [ 175 8”,23| convened in the time of Paul of Constantinople is attested by the Collection 176 8”,23| Blastaris, from Rome to Constantinople.~ ~ [127] In other manuscripts 177 8”,23| Flavian the Patriarch of Constantinople. As a result countless disorders 178 8”,23| was the Council held in Constantinople again in the time of Nectarius 179 8”,23| Xiphilinus, a Patriarch of Constantinople, and of other Patriarchs 180 8”,23| Charitopoulos, on the other hand, of Constantinople, in a synodical decision, 181 8”,23| privileges of the Bishop of Constantinople being enviable, they have 182 8”,23| Dioscorus placed the Bishop of Constantinople fifth in order, and disregarded 183 8”,23| privileges of the Bishop of Constantinople in the Volume of the Atonement ( 184 8”,23| returned to the Bishop of Constantinople.~ [168] Let no one be surprised 185 8”,23| when the Emperor went to Constantinople, he offered the gifts to 186 8”,23| earthquake having occurred in Constantinople, the civilians becoming 187 8”,23| Proclus the patriarch of Constantinople, both of them barefoot, 188 8”,23| bishop of the Novatians in Constantinople, pretending that he wished


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