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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | demanded by men, have been done contrary to the ecclesiastical Canon, 2 1”,2 | clergy. As for anyone acting contrary hereto, as having the hardihood 3 1”,2 | have occurred that were contrary to the ecclesiastical Canon ( 4 1”,9 | confessed, the men, acting contrary to the Canon, laid hand 5 1”,9 | who examined them, acting contrary to the Canons, ordained 6 1”,10 | All those persons, on the contrary, who before baptism sacrificed 7 1”,15 | the custom which obtained contrary to the Apostolical Canon 8 1”,15 | in vogue in some places contrary to the ordinance and legislation 9 1”,16 | is to say), but, on the contrary, must be forced to return 10 1”,16 | the present Canon would be contrary to Ap. c. XV, which does 11 1”,18 | Presbyters, for to do so is contrary to the Canon, and is contrary 12 1”,18 | contrary to the Canon, and is contrary to due order: if, in disregard 13 1”,18 | this too is disorderly and contrary to canon; for it tends to 14 1”,20 | Easter to Pentecost, which is contrary to the Canons and improper, 15 2”,2 | boundaries; but, on the contrary, in accordance with the 16 2”,2 | the churches; but, on the contrary, in accordance with the 17 2”,2 | local synod. Which, though contrary to Canons, yet as a matter 18 2”,3 | than the other, which is contrary to all the catholic Church, 19 2”,3 | Latin-minded); but, on the contrary, it denotes equality of 20 2”,4 | violation of parish and contrary to canons, as well as ordinations 21 2”,5 | all those who hold beliefs contrary thereto, which definition 22 2”,6 | his religion; but, on the contrary, no matter what may be his 23 2”,6 | of Basil the Great, and contrary to the Canons, or, in other 24 3 | human being, but, on the contrary, we are confessing a God 25 3”,8 | innovation, a thing which is contrary to the ecclesiastical laws 26 3”,8 | however, was a thing that was contrary to Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV. 27 3”,8 | civil law or royal decree, contrary to the present Canon, it 28 4 | union, but rather on the contrary the peculiarity of each 29 4 | persons, but (forming) on the contrary one and the same Son and 30 4”,2 | nominations, but, on the contrary, let him be without any 31 4”,2 | trafficking, but, on the contrary, he shall be expelled from 32 4”,6 | performing the ordination contrary to the Canons be dishonored 33 4”,9 | Bishop. Let anyone who acts contrary hereto be liable to Canonical 34 4”,9 | secular courts, but, on the contrary, he must first present it 35 4”,12 | divide one province into two, contrary to the ecclesiastical Canons, 36 4”,12 | same metropolis (which is contrary to the Conciliar Canons, 37 4”,14 | matter and form, but, on the contrary, is acceptable to the Orthodox 38 4”,15 | and perfunctorily; on the contrary, it requires the ordination 39 4”,16 | indissoluble, but, on the contrary, it is implied that the 40 4”,20 | another city; but, on the contrary, they must rest content 41 4”,20 | another city, but, on the contrary, they are obliged to stay 42 4”,25 | subject to them; but, on the contrary, after the death of the 43 4”,30 | Alexandrians, but, on the contrary, they even suspected the 44 6 | Council dogmatized to the contrary that our Lord Jesus Christ, 45 7”,1 | of ignorance, but, on the contrary, openly taught the faithful 46 7”,1 | preach thus, but, on the contrary, attempts to by-pass them, 47 7”,1 | his tongue, but, on the contrary, tries to oppose them, let 48 7”,12 | accuse them, supposing the contrary to be the actual result 49 7”,13 | therefore, anyone acting contrary to the Apostolic Canons 50 7”,14 | deserving of holy orders; on the contrary, let him await his time. 51 7”,16 | the teaching, but, on the contrary, that they were selected 52 7”,17 | rule hereafter, but, on the contrary, so far as lies in his power 53 7”,22 | Spirit for money; but, on the contrary, it must be imparted to 54 7”,22 | Spirit for money, but, on the contrary, we impart it without being 55 7”,25 | liturgical office. On the contrary, while contenting himself 56 7”,25 | of the kind; but, on the contrary, contenting himself as best 57 7”,26 | walking the road; but, on the contrary, let him wear costumes that 58 7”,26 | walking on the road: on the contrary, he must wear the garments 59 7”,26 | frugal. Should anyone do the contrary, let him be excommunicated 60 7”,27 | this any more; but, on the contrary, for the purpose of vivification, 61 7”,27 | then, any Clergyman does contrary to what has been commanded, 62 7”,27 | do this,[154] but, on the contrary, he must give the Holy Communion 63 7”,32 | the ordinee. But, on the contrary, after first testing them 64 7”,32 | anyone be caught acting contrary to the rules prescribed, 65 7”,32 | If anyone does anything contrary to these rules, let him 66 7”,34 | episcopate; but, on the contrary, these are to be held for 67 7”,54 | on the Saturdays thereof, contrary to the ecclesiastical practice 68 7”,57 | ground that he is doing contrary to what has been ordered. 69 7”,57 | persuaded “not to think contrary to what he ought to think” ( 70 7”,71 | while the other, on the contrary, has been held down by the 71 7”,74 | to a church; but, on the contrary, to offer such psalmodies 72 7”,78 | bounded spatially; on the contrary, it is rather a dishonor. 73 7”,86 | wife. But the wife, on the contrary, deserves the penances attached 74 7”,93 | accuses Severus of acting contrary to Canon and binding the 75 7”,93 | matter of course, but, on the contrary, 1) because that man had 76 7”,95 | conduct himself in a manner contrary to the present Canon, let 77 7”,98 | to punctuate, but, on the contrary, running together the words “ 78 7”,98 | pieces of meat,” but, on the contrary, being divided off with 79 7”,98 | which they want, but, on the contrary, must be content with whatever 80 7”,101| simple affairs, but, on the contrary, various and complex, and 81 7”,101| tends to health or on the contrary provokes the malady to attack 82 7”,101| contempt of life, but, on the contrary, in at least one way at 83 7”,101| and pusillanimous on the contrary extreme penances, they fail 84 7”,101| fervid repentance, or, on the contrary, whether he actually is 85 8”,1 | removing anything, but, on the contrary, content ourselves with 86 8”,4 | their parents, but, on the contrary, parents ought to give to 87 8”,5 | nominations, but, on the contrary, let him be without any 88 8”,8 | similar vagaries); but, on the contrary, such persons are to be 89 8”,10 | have resorted, as both are contrary to the prescription of the 90 8”,23 | wither their flesh; on the contrary such women retain their 91 8”,23 | all who have been ordained contrary to the Canons and unworthily, 92 8”,23 | pious Constantine made a contrary law to the effect that all 93 8”,23 | despondency, so too, in a contrary fashion again there are 94 8”,23 | was made at all; on the contrary, they were ordered to keep 95 8”,23 | out of heaven, but, on the contrary, that he had commenced from 96 8”,23 | Rom. 14:17): but, on the contrary, a thousand years are to 97 8”,23 | no objection, but, on the contrary, admitted that what he said 98 8”,23 | like those, but, on the contrary, of having received being 99 8”,23 | added thereto, but, on the contrary, that these same (dogmas) 100 8”,23 | point of reality? No; on the contrary, even in point of reality 101 8”,23 | heretics who entertained contrary beliefs. Yet the Fathers 102 8”,23 | Nicene faith, but, on the contrary, we ourselves are of that 103 8”,23 | addition that is of a nature contrary to the faith, in that it 104 8”,23 | are in error. Quite the contrary is rather to be inferred 105 8”,23 | not accepted, but, on the contrary, was rejected because it 106 8”,23 | to allege); but, on the contrary, admitting it to be actually 107 8”,23 | come after it, but, on the contrary, that at the very point 108 8”,23 | of the union, but, on the contrary, the union is one which 109 8”,23 | or in nature, but, on the contrary, with respect to hypostasis, 110 8”,23 | adelphopoeia). For these things are contrary to the Canons (page 395 111 8”,23 | diametrically opposite and contrary view, at a time when they 112 8”,23 | ordained the opposite and contrary of all these? — fifthly, 113 8”,23 | misexplains the Canon; but, on the contrary, it left it to the choice 114 8”,23 | first, but fifth in order, contrary to the Canons, which even 115 8”,23 | such a requirement would be contrary to the holy Gospels), though 116 8”,23 | all the Orthodox dogmas contrary thereto (page 372 of the 117 8”,23 | was found to be rather the contrary. For he was a Monophysite, 118 8”,23 | in the army, but, on the contrary, are obliged to spend all 119 8”,23 | again; but, indeed, the contrary ought to be done.” That 120 8”,23 | make this a law; on the contrary, in fact, they only made 121 8”,23 | it conflict, but, on the contrary, rather agrees, with the 122 8”,23 | was formerly; but, on the contrary, such intercourse is considered 123 8”,23 | Roman Catholicism, which is contrary both to the Canons and to 124 8”,23 | the censer, but, on the contrary, must be confined to the 125 8”,23 | is in conflict with and contrary to six other Canons and 126 8”,23 | that is not unlawful and contrary to the Canons) for them 127 8”,23 | persons to undertake and contrary to the Canons. I realize 128 8”,23 | ordinary bread, but, on the contrary, are bread and wine that 129 8”,23 | moderate, and not become the contrary, and afford the Latins occasion 130 8”,23 | East — a thing which is contrary to the Canons, according 131 8”,23 | not to break, but, on the contrary, ought to carry out his 132 8”,23 | become a layman, but, on the contrary, he will be for this compelled 133 8”,23 | to neglect, but, on the contrary, ought to make it their 134 8”,23 | the Studite, but, on the contrary, is one composed by a certain 135 8”,23 | other party. But if one, contrary to the desire of the other, 136 8”,23 | keep silent, but, on the contrary, objects, that promise is 137 8”,23 | Patriarch Sergius, to the contrary, issued another Tome ordering 138 8”,23 | his written works. On the contrary, it dates from the times 139 8”,23 | excite pleasure, but, on the contrary, tends to enervate . . . 140 8”,23 | appear to be old, but, on the contrary, modernistic, in view of 141 8”,23 | musical notes. But today the contrary is done, and our prayer 142 8”,23 | confess, nor nuns. For this is contrary to the Canons. That is why 143 8”,23 | iconomachs, but, on the contrary, they would have been written 144 8”,23 | the Westerners are acting contrary to the definition of this 145 8”,23 | Ecumenical Seventh Council, and contrary to the tradition of the 146 8”,23 | or pictures, but, on the contrary, they are sheer replications 147 8”,23 | artistic picture, on the contrary, with respect to and in 148 8”,23 | is holy, but that, on the contrary, it (sc. the picture) remains 149 8”,23 | special prayer, but, on the contrary from their very name they 150 8”,23 | but anathematizes on the contrary those who refuse to accept 151 8”,23 | another, and that often contrary to the Gospel and most absurd 152 8”,23 | recipients, just as, on the contrary, were they to be given to 153 8”,23 | each other, but, on the contrary, they are fulfilling an


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