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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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office

    Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | he shall be deposed from office, on the ground that he has 2 1”,7 | without any authority and office, because the authority and 3 1”,7 | because the authority and office ought to be preserved to 4 1”,8 | the latter shall have the office and dignity, and all the 5 1”,18| authority to perform the office of administering this sacred 6 1”,18| matter what ecclesiastical office he may occupy;[34] except 7 2”,2 | Gregory was ousted from office in spite of its being his 8 3”,1 | Council of the deposition from office of John of Antioch, of Theodoret 9 3”,2 | deposing Nestorius from office they have turned back to 10 3”,4 | too should be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~This 11 3”,5 | nevertheless deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 12 3”,5 | excommunication or deposition from office were excommunicated or deposed 13 3”,5 | excommunicated or deposed from office by this holy Council or 14 3”,5 | left again deposed from office precisely as before.~ ~ ~ 15 3”,6 | are to be deposed from office if they are bishops or clergymen, 16 3”,7 | and be left deposed from office, while the Clergyman likewise 17 4”,2 | this stand in peril of his office; and let him who has been 18 4”,2 | a clergyman, forfeit his office, but if he be a layman or 19 4”,2 | from the holy orders and office thus acquired. If anyone 20 4”,3 | allowed to farm any estate or office, or to involve himself in 21 4”,7 | only deposes these men from office, whereas this Canon anathematizes 22 4”,9 | he shall be deposed from office. Justinian Novel 123 (found 23 4”,10| he is to be deposed from office. Novel 16 (found in Title 24 4”,12| he shall be deposed from office. But as for all bishoprics 25 4”,18| let them be deposed from office. Read also the Interpretation 26 4”,22| losing their own rank and office. Read also the Interpretation 27 4”,24| deposes the clergymen from office, and excommunicates those 28 4”,27| wife. For it deposes from office not only those clergymen 29 4”,29| deprived of the dignity and office, they shall be restored 30 4”,29| restored to the dignity and office of the Episcopate.~ ~Interpretation.~ 31 4”,29| be allowed to regain his office and dignity on the ground 32 7”,3 | dismissed from every sacerdotal office, or priestly activity, having 33 7”,3 | suspended from every sacred office for a short while, are again 34 7”,4 | let him be deposed from office, on the ground that he has 35 7”,4 | clergymen are deposed from office not only if they commit 36 7”,5 | let them be deposed from office; but if they are laymen 37 7”,5 | let him be deposed from office. Likewise eunuchs, too, 38 7”,5 | let them be deposed from office; but if they are laymen, 39 7”,6 | let him be deposed from office. But if anyone wants to 40 7”,7 | decree that no matter in what office, that is to say, ecclesiastical 41 7”,7 | whatever ecclesiastical office he may be, has any right 42 7”,7 | relation to secular and mundane office, those of lower dignity 43 7”,7 | superiors, who have a higher office or higher dignity, far more 44 7”,7 | spiritual dignities and office bestowed as gifts by the 45 7”,9 | suspended, or be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII, LIV; 46 7”,10| doing so or be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. XVII of 47 7”,10| doing so or be deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 48 7”,11| let him be deposed from office; or, in case he is a layman, 49 7”,11| let him be deposed from office; but if he is a layman, 50 7”,12| let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~Since 51 7”,13| let him be deposed from office. Likewise, if any Presbyter 52 7”,13| let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~What 53 7”,13| let him be deposed from office.[143] It ingeminates word 54 7”,15| let him be deposed from office.~ ~Interpretation.~As for 55 7”,15| let him be deposed from office.~ ~Concord.~According to 56 7”,15| are to be deposed from office like the others, in accordance 57 7”,16| what sort of dignity of office they possessed, and what 58 7”,16| those deacons did hold the office of either deacons or presbyters 59 7”,17| accepted him be deposed from office.~(Ap. cc. XII, XV, XXXII; 60 7”,17| took him in be deposed from office. Read also Ap. cc. XII and 61 7”,20| him be deposed from the office of Bishop and perform the 62 7”,20| him be removed from the office of bishop, and let him perform 63 7”,20| permanent deposition from office, and are thrust into the 64 7”,20| permanently deposed from office, and have assumed the guise 65 7”,21| those men be deposed from office, whether they be Bishops 66 7”,21| are to be deposed from office. See also Ap. c. XXIX. Read, 67 7”,22| let him be deposed from office, on the ground that he is 68 7”,22| let him be deposed from office, as having become an imitator 69 7”,25| perform any other liturgical office. On the contrary, while 70 7”,25| essential share in the sacred office of which he has been deprived.~( 71 7”,27| let him be deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 72 7”,30| let him be deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII 73 7”,30| let him be deposed from office.[157]~ ~Concord.~This same 74 7”,31| let him be deposed from office, on the ground that he has 75 7”,31| let him be deposed from office. For by failing to do so, 76 7”,47| also be elevated to the office of Deaconess.~ ~Interpretation.~ 77 7”,49| let him be deposed from office, but if he be a layman, 78 7”,49| clergyman, shall be deposed from office, but if he be a layman, 79 7”,50| let him be deposed from office; but in case he is a layman, 80 7”,50| let him be deposed from office, but if he be a layman, 81 7”,54| let him be deposed from office. If, however, a layman, 82 7”,55| let them be deposed from office; but if they are laymen, 83 7”,55| let them be deposed from office, but if they are laymen, 84 7”,57| usurping unlawfully the office of the priesthood. For this 85 7”,58| let him be deposed from office; but if he should be a layman, 86 7”,58| let him be deposed from office; but if he is a layman, 87 7”,60| would surely be deposed from office, according to Balsamon and 88 7”,61| that they be deposed from office; but if laymen, that they 89 7”,61| let him be deposed from office but if he is a layman, let 90 7”,64| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 91 7”,66| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman let 92 7”,66| let him be deposed from office; but if a layman do so, 93 7”,76| let him be deposed from office; but if he is a layman, 94 7”,76| let him be deposed from office; but if he is a layman, 95 7”,78| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 96 7”,78| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 97 7”,79| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 98 7”,79| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 99 7”,80| clerics, it deposes them from office; but if they happen to be 100 7”,85| excommunicated and deposed from office; but if they be laymen, 101 7”,85| same time also deposes from office those Clerics who do this ( 102 7”,87| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 103 7”,93| clerics, they are deposed from office according to Ap. c. XXV; 104 7”,96| let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman, 105 7”,96| let him be deposed from office; or if he be a layman, let 106 8 | pseudopatriarchs who held office during the time of the iconomachs, 107 8”,3 | let him be deposed from office, and let him be excommunicated. 108 8”,5 | ordained him be deposed from office, and exscinded, or cut off, 109 8”,5 | this stand in peril of his office; and let him who has been 110 8”,5 | clergy­man, forfeit his office; but if he be a layman or 111 8”,5 | they must be deposed from office, in accordance with Canons 112 8”,7 | holy relics be deposed from office, on the ground that he has 113 8”,7 | let him be deposed from office as a transgressor of ecclesiastical 114 8”,9 | let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman or 115 8”,9 | let him be deposed from office; but if he be a layman or 116 8”,10| let him be deposed from office. As for any of the Priests 117 8”,10| let him be deposed from office. To come at once to the 118 8”,10| clergyman is to be deposed from office if without permission of 119 8”,10| let him be deposed from office. See also Ap. cc. VI and 120 8”,13| that they be deposed from office, or, if they be monks or 121 8”,13| let them be deposed from office, but in case they are monks 122 8”,18| let him be deposed from office. If, on the other hand, 123 8”,18| let him be deposed from office. If, on the other hand, 124 8”,19| cease or be deposed from office, in accordance with c. II 125 8”,19| anyone is to be deposed from office who in exchange for money 126 8”,23| own thrones and the chief office, not being a personal one 127 8”,23| honor of their military office unless they sacrificed to 128 8”,23| God shall forfeit their office.” Do you see that it specifies 129 8”,23| account in resignation of his office.” But this is confirmed 130 8”,23| whom he was installed in office.” But if they aver that 131 8”,23| By “protection” is meant office). In writing to Philagrius, 132 8”,23| the imagined monarchical office of the Pope is demolished 133 8”,23| establish the monarchic office of the Bishop of Rome, they 134 8”,23| therefrom, are deposed from office in like manner as are those 135 8”,23| deposed thirteen bishops from office. The Bishop of Ancyra, too, 136 8”,23| Patriarchal dignity and office, and also the same and equal 137 8”,23| Patriarchal dignity and office, comprising the right of 138 8”,23| Patriarchal dignity and office and the right to rule the 139 8”,23| reality the dignity and office of an Ecumenical Council. 140 8”,23| he is to be deposed from office. Ordinance 44 of Title III 141 8”,23| be raised to any mundane office or dignity nor be enlisted 142 8”,23| forced for the glory of the office to divorce their wives against 143 8”,23| perform any other sacred office, either secretly or openly. 144 8”,23| this account deposed from office are not to get the mundane 145 8”,23| hunters shall be deposed from office unless they cease, while 146 8”,23| ought to be deposed from office who read to sick persons 147 8”,23| or have been ordained to office, or have done anything else 148 8”,23| ought to be deposed from office just as those are deposed 149 8”,23| as those are deposed from office who perform any act outside 150 8”,23| a manner be deposed from office, and that the one who ordained 151 8”,23| for him to be deposed from office, patriarch Luke himself 152 8”,23| money shall be deposed from office, whereas this Canon says 153 8”,23| doing so or be deposed from office. He then proceeds to solve 154 8”,23| he is to be deposed from office, but a priest in general


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