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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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deposed

    Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | that is to say, he shall be deposed from office, on the ground 2 1”,3 | indecently, such a man shall be deposed, and shall be turned over 3 1”,3 | woman at all, he shall be deposed.[4] Note two things here, 4 1”,9 | being unworthy, he is to be deposed in accordance with c. V 5 1”,10| become known, they shall be deposed.~(Ap. c. LXII; cc. I, III, 6 1”,10| ordained, they have to be deposed. All those persons, on the 7 1”,10| those persons are to be deposed who have denied Christ before 8 1”,17| shameful profits, he shall be deposed from the clergy and shall 9 1”,17| any such person shall be deposed from the clergy and shall 10 1”,19| them unfitted, let them be deposed. Likewise as concerning 11 1”,19| holy orders, they must be deposed, or, in other words, they 12 1”,19| the clergy, is said to be deposed. But as to these men who 13 1”,19| what height shall they be deposed? From none, of course. Or 14 1”,19| it means for them to be deposed from the (height? of the) 15 2”,6 | if a presbyter or deacon deposed by his own bishop, or if 16 2”,6 | own bishop, or if a bishop deposed by a synod or council, does 17 3”,3 | Constantinople he excommunicated and deposed those clergymen who did 18 3”,3 | those who had been thus deposed to receive back their own 19 3”,4 | these men too should be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~ 20 3”,4 | for any such persons to be deposed from their rank.~ ~ ~ 21 3”,5 | they be left nevertheless deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~ 22 3”,5 | office were excommunicated or deposed from office by this holy 23 3”,5 | pardon and be left again deposed from office precisely as 24 3”,6 | held in Ephesus, are to be deposed from office if they are 25 3”,7 | Episcopate, and be left deposed from office, while the Clergyman 26 3”,7 | clergymen, are to stand deposed, and expelled from their 27 4”,2 | the Spirit, he shall be deposed from the prelacy. In addition, 28 4”,2 | a clergyman he is to be deposed, but if he is a monk or 29 4”,9 | s decision, he shall be deposed from office. Justinian Novel 30 4”,10| these things, he is to be deposed from office. Novel 16 (found 31 4”,12| in doing it, he shall be deposed from office. But as for 32 4”,18| fellow clergymen, let them be deposed from office. Read also the 33 4”,29| presbyter; for if he is deposed on account of any crimes 34 4”,30| Dioscorus had previously been deposed). Yielding to the advice 35 7”,1 | with one adoration, and deposed and denounced the opinion 36 7”,3 | marriages, they were to be deposed altogether and to be made 37 7”,4 | consecrated to God, let him be deposed from office, on the ground 38 7”,4 | orders and clergymen are deposed from office not only if 39 7”,5 | are Clergymen, let them be deposed from office; but if they 40 7”,5 | transgresses this Canon, let him be deposed from office. Likewise eunuchs, 41 7”,5 | made eunuchs), let them be deposed from office; but if they 42 7”,6 | dare to do this, let him be deposed from office. But if anyone 43 7”,6 | do so anyhow, let him be deposed.[136] But if any of these 44 7”,9 | either be suspended, or be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XLII, 45 7”,9 | be suspended or else be deposed. If, on the other hand, 46 7”,10| either cease doing so or be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XLIV; 47 7”,10| either cease doing so or be deposed from office. Read also Ap. 48 7”,11| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; or, in case 49 7”,11| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he is 50 7”,12| be doing this, let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~ 51 7”,12| with his wife, let him be deposed. See also Ap. c. V.~ ~ ~ 52 7”,13| lawful wife, let him be deposed from office. Likewise, if 53 7”,13| if he persist, let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~ 54 7”,13| their wives, let him be deposed from office.[143] It ingeminates 55 7”,15| years decreed, let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~ 56 7”,15| age specified, let him be deposed from office.~ ~Concord.~ 57 7”,15| the fixed time, are to be deposed from office like the others, 58 7”,17| illogically accepted him be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XII, 59 7”,17| unreasonably took him in be deposed from office. Read also Ap. 60 7”,20| caught doing this, let him be deposed from the office of Bishop 61 7”,20| completely and permanently deposed from office, and have assumed 62 7”,21| command that those men be deposed from office, whether they 63 7”,21| ordained them, are to be deposed from office. See also Ap. 64 7”,22| intemerate Communion, let him be deposed from office, on the ground 65 7”,22| should do this, let him be deposed from office, as having become 66 7”,23| let him either cease or be deposed.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII; cc. 67 7”,23| must cease or he must be deposed.[152]~ ~ ~ 68 7”,25| account of which he has been deposed from holy orders. For if 69 7”,27| been commanded, let him be deposed.~(Ap. cc. III, IV; cc. XXXII, 70 7”,27| of this Canon, let him be deposed from office. Read also Ap. 71 7”,30| against doing this, let him be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XXXI; 72 7”,30| by this rule, let him be deposed from office.[157]~ ~Concord.~ 73 7”,30| permitted by a bishop is to be deposed, and laymen who have joined 74 7”,31| intemerate sacrifice, let him be deposed from office, on the ground 75 7”,31| Apostolic tradition, let him be deposed from office. For by failing 76 7”,49| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office, but if he be 77 7”,49| be a clergyman, shall be deposed from office, but if he be 78 7”,50| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but in case 79 7”,50| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office, but if he be 80 7”,54| exception of one only let him be deposed from office. If, however, 81 7”,55| are Clergymen, let them be deposed from office; but if they 82 7”,55| are clergymen, let them be deposed from office, but if they 83 7”,58| a Clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he should 84 7”,58| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he is 85 7”,60| such things would surely be deposed from office, according to 86 7”,61| we command that they be deposed from office; but if laymen, 87 7”,61| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office but if he is 88 7”,64| a Clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 89 7”,66| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 90 7”,66| should eat this, let him be deposed from office; but if a layman 91 7”,76| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he is 92 7”,76| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he is 93 7”,78| be a cleric, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 94 7”,78| be a Cleric, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 95 7”,79| be a Cleric, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 96 7”,79| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 97 7”,85| they be excommunicated and deposed from office; but if they 98 7”,87| be a Cleric, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 99 7”,87| a clergyman, let him be deposed; but if he be a layman, 100 7”,93| that are clerics, they are deposed from office according to 101 7”,96| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 102 7”,96| a clergyman, let him be deposed from office; or if he be 103 7”,98| that he saw an abbot-priest deposed and ousted from the abbacy 104 8”,3 | secular rulers, let him be deposed from office, and let him 105 8”,5 | one who ordained him be deposed from office, and exscinded, 106 8”,5 | ordination they must be deposed from office, in accordance 107 8”,7 | temple without holy relics be deposed from office, on the ground 108 8”,7 | relics of martyrs, let him be deposed from office as a transgressor 109 8”,9 | or a Deacon, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 110 8”,9 | or a deacon, let him be deposed from office; but if he be 111 8”,10| persistently, let him be deposed from office. As for any 112 8”,10| dismissed, or let him be deposed from office. To come at 113 8”,10| that any clergyman is to be deposed from office if without permission 114 8”,10| not leave it, let him be deposed from office. See also Ap. 115 8”,13| we command that they be deposed from office, or, if they 116 8”,13| are clerics let them be deposed from office, but in case 117 8”,18| he persists, let him be deposed from office. If, on the 118 8”,18| incorrigible, let him be deposed from office. If, on the 119 8”,19| him cease or let him be deposed in accordance with the second 120 8”,19| let him either cease or be deposed from office, in accordance 121 8”,19| decrees that anyone is to be deposed from office who in exchange 122 8”,23| cease, let him be completely deposed from his rank. The fact 123 8”,23| but also to be sternly deposed and to be outlawed and proscribed 124 8”,23| was Bishop of Alexandria, deposed Meletius, a Bishop of Lycopolis 125 8”,23| the said Meletius had been deposed by the Bishop of Alexandria, 126 8”,23| catechists); but that he shall be deposed if he dare to ordain a presbyter 127 8”,23| true priests until they are deposed by a council. Because, as 128 8”,23| Council held in Antioch deposed him and anathematized him. 129 8”,23| aware of the imposition, deposed him and rendered void the 130 8”,23| church and that they had deposed Athanasius the Great and 131 8”,23| ground that they had been deposed; for they were enemies of 132 8”,23| knowledge of their being deposed or at fault. Upon learning 133 8”,23| Wherefore he ought to be deposed. But one is not worthy not 134 8”,23| evident, and consequently not deposed by the Council. For at that 135 8”,23| anything therefrom, are deposed from office in like manner 136 8”,23| returning to Constantinople he deposed thirteen bishops from office. 137 8”,23| cacodoxy of the latter, and deposed St. Flavian the Patriarch 138 8”,23| ordination, he is to be deposed from office. Ordinance 44 139 8”,23| refuse to do so, shall be deposed. (See the same views expressed 140 8”,23| holy orders who were being deposed on account of canonical 141 8”,23| that those who have been deposed change guise, and on this 142 8”,23| Canons that say for the deposed to be dropped into the status 143 8”,23| others say that if the deposed themselves afterwards come 144 8”,23| confessors) must needs be deposed who, deeming piety to be 145 8”,23| regards all priests that are deposed from holy orders on account 146 8”,23| these things who has been deposed on account of a voluntary 147 8”,23| can those who have been deposed or who have resigned pronounce 148 8”,23| forfeited by those who have been deposed for canonical crimes, according 149 8”,23| married and on this account deposed from office are not to get 150 8”,23| to priests who have been deposed or have resigned on account 151 8”,23| an antimension is to be deposed. These antimensia must have 152 8”,23| who are hunters shall be deposed from office unless they 153 8”,23| priests, too, ought to be deposed from office who read to 154 8”,23| and must not have been deposed for open crimes, nor have 155 8”,23| that these men ought to be deposed from office just as those 156 8”,23| office just as those are deposed from office who perform 157 8”,23| ordained in such a manner be deposed from office, and that the 158 8”,23| others said for him to be deposed from office, patriarch Luke 159 8”,23| person for money shall be deposed from office, whereas this 160 8”,23| either cease doing so or be deposed from office. He then proceeds 161 8”,23| sacred list, he is to be deposed from office, but a priest


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