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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | formulated during a discussion or take it as a fundamental principle 2 Intro | to mind. We also properly take into account that the technical 3 Intro | It is still necessary to take into account the reasons 4 1”,5 | before Lent, in order to take advantage of the fact that 5 1”,10 | defiled with incense or to take sacrificial offers of food 6 1”,16 | covered by the Canon, who take the risk, without having 7 1”,18 | to Presbyters. Let them take the Eucharist in due order 8 1”,18 | that has the audacity to take a seat before the presbyters ( 9 3”,3 | Ecumenical Council should take care not to submit in any 10 3”,8 | most beloved by God shall take hold of any other province 11 3”,8 | Metropolitan having permission to take copies of the proceedings 12 3”,8 | fellow Bishop Theodore to take care of the church. For 13 4”,3 | the Bishop permit him to take care of the affairs of the 14 4”,3 | city should urge him to take care of the affairs of the 15 4”,6 | violators of this rule fail to take this into account at all.~ ~ ~ 16 4”,9 | ascetic woman, he shall first take his case to the bishop to 17 4”,10 | one is not immediately to take his place, but that if there 18 4”,14 | them shall be allowed to take a wife that is of a different 19 4”,14 | Anagnost or Psalt shall take a woman of a different faith 20 4”,14 | heretics, but rather to take any from them provided that 21 4”,19 | canonically arranged to take place twice in every year 22 4”,23 | Church of Constantinople, to take their departure from the 23 4”,24 | will not allow a monk to take back things which he has 24 4”,27 | rule regarding those who take women by force[110] under 25 4”,28 | and decides, but he must take the votes of the Synod under 26 7”,1 | neither do we stop here. We take the pious utterances of 27 7”,3 | bless one that ought to take care of his own wounds is 28 7”,7 | anybody to a wedding, do not take your seat at the first call, 29 7”,7 | may say to you: ‘Friend, take a better seat.’ Then glory 30 7”,7 | may be, has any right to take his seat ahead of the Presbyter, 31 7”,7 | say to you, “My friend, take a higher and better seat 32 7”,7 | not only must deacons not take precedence of Presbyters 33 7”,7 | of lower dignity do not take their seats in advance of 34 7”,11 | in case of sickness, or take any medicines from them, 35 7”,11 | ill may he call them and take their remedies,[139] or 36 7”,21 | wonder. For all ecclesiastics take orders illegally, and in 37 7”,34 | then the Metropolitan shall take charge of them and keep 38 7”,36 | unable after ordination to take possession of his own throne 39 7”,42 | enter a Monastery, and to take a tonsure in accordance 40 7”,44 | approaching the altar they take off all these materials, 41 7”,44 | for nuns, and there to take off all these vain ornaments 42 7”,52 | Canon forbids anybody to take to wife the mother of his 43 7”,53 | and his son who likewise take a mother and her daughter, 44 7”,53 | and her daughter likewise take two brothers; or two brothers 45 7”,53 | brothers; or two brothers take two sisters — shall incur 46 7”,53 | O man, thou shalt not take in marriage any carnal relative 47 7”,53 | father and his son if they take to wife a mother and her 48 7”,53 | sisters, or if two brothers take a mother and her daughter, 49 7”,73 | orders and laymen shall not take any portions of meals away 50 7”,82 | dying. For it is written, “Take, eat” (Matt. 26:26); but 51 7”,82 | dead persons can neither take nor eat anything.~ ~Interpretation.~ 52 7”,82 | the faithful, He said, “Take, eat.” But the bodies of 53 7”,82 | of the dead can neither take it nor eat it. But neither 54 7”,86 | of his wife, and he can take another wife. But the wife, 55 7”,87 | and he has no place to take refuge, he takes his beast 56 7”,87 | beast. But if anyone should take any animal into a temple 57 7”,90 | abortion, and those who take foetus-killing poisons, 58 7”,90 | as well as the women who take these and swallow them.[ 59 7”,92 | he so should choose, to take back again his own wife, 60 7”,92 | say, if he so wish, can take back his wife, pardoning 61 7”,93 | 94.~ As for those who take Greek oaths, the Canon makes 62 7”,93 | sacrificed to idols and take the oaths of the Greeks, 63 7”,93 | fact that one ought not to take oaths. But in case anyone 64 7”,96 | cowardice or other wickedness, take refuge in a church building, 65 7”,96 | confines of a church and take them away, except only if 66 7”,98 | priests to have permission to take those parts of an animal 67 7”,98 | such meat, moreover, must take place outside of the church, 68 7”,98 | Canon permitted priests to take parts of the meat, not in 69 7”,100| divine gift, demanding to take of the intemerate communion 70 7”,101| to bind and to loose must take into consideration the quality 71 7”,101| penalties, nor again to let him take the bit in his teeth, like 72 8”,1 | words of the Law, nor to take anything out of them. The 73 8”,5 | brazen shamelessness. So take care not to take this gift 74 8”,5 | shamelessness. So take care not to take this gift of money for ordination, 75 8”,9 | one will ever be able to take them therefrom with a view 76 8”,11 | Metropolitan neglects to take care of the matter, by the 77 8”,19 | overcome by avarice as to take money as an inducement to 78 8”,19 | which he has decided to take up his abode as a monk, 79 8”,19 | due to the abbot, he can take them back.[284]~ ~ ~ 80 8”,20 | some other aged nun is to take them in. But if any monk 81 8”,23 | and reproach they ought to take food merely in order to 82 8”,23 | following: “There are some who take virgin girls without a marriage 83 8”,23 | to the sins, but ought to take into consideration also 84 8”,23 | senseless, and can neither take nor eat anything, or in 85 8”,23 | of the Great Church is to take his seat ahead of not only 86 8”,23 | learned by anyone who will take the trouble to read the 87 8”,23 | communed the others, they could take the cup from his hands and 88 8”,23 | advent and common judgment take place, the righteous are 89 8”,23 | that one has no right to take a case to an ecumenical 90 8”,23 | Christ-lovers.” Those testimonies, I take it, are self-sufficient. 91 8”,23 | add anything to it or to take anything away from it. That 92 8”,23 | such time as they decide to take it in hand. For this reason 93 8”,23 | have tried to compel him to take back his province, on the 94 8”,23 | Pulcheria too, along with him, take å ia too, along with him, 95 8”,23 | ch. 35, that no Jew must take a Christian woman to wife, 96 8”,23 | but the priest is not to take a contribution of any such 97 8”,23 | have fallen from the way to take yourself a woman to wife 98 8”,23 | that abducts or tries to take such a sacred virgin to 99 8”,23 | Zonaras and Blastaris (line 5) take the wordreceivers” to 100 8”,23 | receivers” to mean those who take the effects of the bishop 101 8”,23 | chastisement to those who take women by force, because 102 8”,23 | furnish sureties they might take an oath that they would 103 8”,23 | Canons require anyone to take an oath, either to God or 104 8”,23 | which that orator says: “I take it that anyone commencing 105 8”,23 | the great entrance they take the surplus holy vessels, 106 8”,23 | to those not present they take away.” This appears to be 107 8”,23 | all-sacred and holy prelates, take care, for the love of God, 108 8”,23 | owe it to themselves to take cognizance of the truth 109 8”,23 | the dying and the sick may take it thence with tongs or 110 8”,23 | pieces of marble, he must take them away entirely and put 111 8”,23 | cannot be moved, let him not take them away, but he must excavate 112 8”,23 | or they themselves must take care of it, lest on account 113 8”,23 | says that virgins are to take the habit when they become 114 8”,23 | and imperfect. Let them take notice of what Symeon of 115 8”,23 | For, it says, they would take and put on the black garments 116 8”,23 | households of laymen who take over monasteries.~ ~ [176] 117 8”,23 | Jalu”; and those, too, who take pitch candles and, going 118 8”,23 | assembling together, they take them out, accompanying each 119 8”,23 | woman, or a Latin woman to take an Orthodox man to husband. 120 8”,23 | persons were induced to take this view by the preceding 121 8”,23 | and death? In addition, take those women, or men, who 122 8”,23 | of adultery and does not take another man as husband, 123 8”,23 | husband is not allowed to take another woman to wife; but, 124 8”,23 | Canon mentions ought to take place after midnight. Balsamon 125 8”,23 | mouth. Accordingly, let them take pains to correct this impropriety 126 8”,23 | on the other hand, cannot take another husband, but must 127 8”,23 | right, if he so desire, to take his own wife back again.”~ ~ [ 128 8”,23 | it is necessary to swear (take oath)?” And he replies: “ 129 8”,23 | Himself commanded us to take oaths, or that Christ Himself 130 8”,23 | does not chastise those who take oaths, show me where He 131 8”,23 | insistent in forbidding us to take oaths, and is so careful 132 8”,23 | weeks if they happen to take any such oath. But even 133 8”,23 | perjure themselves, or to take oaths. These things being 134 8”,23 | does not permit anyone to take an oath in the name of God, 135 8”,23 | decrees that no one shall take the name of God in vain; 136 8”,23 | oath, did not, however, take an oath, but, instead, paid 137 8”,23 | trustworthy witnesses to take an oath. Moreover the 7th 138 8”,23 | truthful, do not compel him to take an oath; but if you know 139 8”,23 | laymen in those days used to take the holy bread in. their 140 8”,23 | hollow in the palm of it, take the body of Christ in this 141 8”,23 | were not wont to receive or take the holy bread in their 142 8”,23 | to the fact they used to take it to church with them on 143 8”,23 | customarily and for the most part take sinners to task and bring 144 8”,23 | account painters ought to take great care to familiarize 145 8”,23 | Accordingly, let these men take pains to rectify them, endeavoring 146 8”,23 | own monastery are not to take the personal property which 147 8”,23 | Moreover, even those monks who take the necessities to the nuns 148 8”,23 | provision: that parents may not take those children of theirs


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