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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | course of time any psychical (i.e., animal) sin be found against 2 1”,2 | in the mystery of piety (i.e., of the Christian religion), 3 1”,2 | have committed any animal (i.e., soul-wrought) sin[2] and 4 1”,5 | just as that old Canon (i.e., Ap. c. XXXII or even XII) 5 1”,7 | with whom some Papists (i.e., Roman Catholics, as they 6 1”,7 | for the Bishop of Aelia (i.e., of Jerusalem)[10] to be 7 1”,7 | Jerusalem is a patriarchate (i.e., the seat and headquarters 8 1”,10 | offended by lapsing seriously, i.e., by denying our Lord Jesus 9 1”,12 | mistakes, the spiritual father (i.e., the confessor) may make 10 1”,12 | may make him an “economy,” i.e., may allow him an adjustment 11 1”,14 | before becoming catechumens, i.e., when they were unbelievers, 12 1”,16 | the Canon of the Church (i.e., Ap. c. XV), rashly depart 13 1”,17 | amount of total interest, i.e., of interest at 12%), or 14 1”,18 | also by their very name (i.e., in Greek the word deacon 15 2”,1 | those known as Pneumatomach (i.e., spirit-fighters), the heresy 16 2”,3 | convened in the Trullus (i.e. the First Trullan Council, 17 2”,3 | custom; but its c. XXVIII (i.e., of the Fourth Ec. C). merely 18 2”,6 | right to submit an apology (i.e., enter a plea in his own 19 2”,7 | when they offer libelli (i.e., recantations in writing) 20 3 | Emperor Theodosius the Little (i.e., Theodosius II), in the 21 3 | Fathers. The “hegemons” (i.e., principal actors) therein 22 3”,7 | concerning the inhomination (i.e., incarnation) of the Only-begotten 23 3”,8 | should come out with a form, i.e., a civil law or royal decree, 24 4 | teach us, and the Symbol (i.e., Creed) of the Fathers has 25 4”,2 | Churchwardens (Paramonarii, i.e., Prosmonarii).[86] So the 26 4”,4 | monastery or any oratory (i.e., prayerhouse] without the 27 4”,9 | both parties, the ruler (i.e., the civil magistrate) is 28 4”,10 | churches at the same time, i.e., of that in which he was 29 4”,14 | addition, c. X of Laodicea, i.e., of the same Council, prohibits 30 4”,18 | conspiracy, or of faction (i.e., of factious partisanship), 31 4”,20 | decided that both of them, i.e., the Clergyman so admitted 32 7”,1 | in truth a Theotocos” (i.e., when interpreted into plain 33 7”,7 | honor,” and “benefices” (i.e., sources of income), according 34 7”,40 | not hunting empty glory, i.e., are not in pursuit of vainglory, 35 7”,43 | penanced as a fornicator, i.e., for seven years, in accordance 36 7”,52 | they are to be canonized (i.e., canonically punished) as 37 7”,53 | afterwards be canonized (i.e., penanced) seven years. 38 7”,53 | the penalty of adulterers, i.e., 15 years. See also in the 39 7”,57 | divine Mysteries by himself, i.e., by helping himself thereto, 40 7”,70 | being taught the civil laws (i.e., civil law) must not resort 41 7”,71 | in the state of unbelief (i.e., infidels) and to be not 42 7”,73 | or so-called love-feasts (i.e., banquets held as a token 43 7”,74 | hidden recesses of the heart, i.e., into the psalmody and prayer 44 7”,78 | Virgin without confinement (i.e., childbed), as well as without 45 7”,78 | All-intemerate Parthenometor (i.e., the perfectly immaculate 46 7”,80 | Interpretation.~Peter Fullo (i.e., “the Fuller”) and the Theopaschites 47 7”,82 | the Irish call keeners, i.e., professional mourners) 48 7”,89 | Fathers of the First Synod, i.e., St. Peter and St. Basil 49 7”,100| because they prefer soulless (i.e., inanimate) matter and an 50 7”,100| they prefer an inanimate (i.e., soulless) vessel to the 51 7”,101| therefore be versed in both, i.e., both the requirements of 52 7”,101| bishops and spirituals (i.e., confessors), the authority 53 8”,10 | to be called meizoteri (i.e., magnates), perhaps owing 54 8”,12 | Clergymen or to farmers (i.e., husbandmen). But if by 55 8”,16 | heresy of Christianocategori (i.e., accusers of Christians), 56 8”,23 | nuns. That is why Abbas (i.e., abbot) Isaac, in admonishing 57 8”,23 | For many great lavras (i.e., monastic retreats) and 58 8”,23 | the one first mentioned (i.e., the so-called Pope of Rome) 59 8”,23 | Patriarch of Greater Moscow (i.e., of Russia). But he too 60 8”,23 | They held divine services (i.e., celebrated liturgy) but 61 8”,23 | subdeacons, and oath-takers (i.e., catechists); but that he 62 8”,23 | grant letters pacifical, i.e., dimissory, to those requesting 63 8”,23 | so-called chorepiscopi of today (i.e., as the term is now used 64 8”,23 | they must be bound again (i.e., their absolution must be 65 8”,23 | in an indifferent manner (i.e., without particular pains 66 8”,23 | Matthew, saying that one (i.e., a debtor as a human being) 67 8”,23 | one with his own logos (i.e., reason), and believing 68 8”,23 | women being illuminated, i.e., being baptized, whom, after 69 8”,23 | union with Him through (i.e., by means of) the Holy Spirit, 70 8”,23 | were called Pneumatomachs (i.e., spirit-fighters, or opponents 71 8”,23 | even boast, that this Dog (i.e., Cynic) visited the Pope 72 8”,23 | and the ecumenical Synod (i.e., Council). But in order 73 8”,23 | also grant an external (i.e., non-ecclesiastical) judge 74 8”,23 | cathari and catharoteri (i.e., purer). Hence the name 75 8”,23 | compromise and “economy” (i.e., shrewd “management”), in 76 8”,23 | the fold must be myroned (i.e., anointed with genuine myron) 77 8”,23 | were hitherto unmyroned (i.e., unanointed), so too does 78 8”,23 | he says in the apology (i.e., answer) which he wrote 79 8”,23 | the Lord’s human nature (i.e., His humanity as distinguished 80 8”,23 | most God-revering Queen (i.e., Helena) with wonderful 81 8”,23 | Theotoke’s birthplace” (i.e., Bethlehem). Dionysius of 82 8”,23 | Logos of God following (i.e., investing) him, solely 83 8”,23 | concerning the two activities (i.e., energies). And the Seventh 84 8”,23 | adoration of the holy icons (i.e., pictures of the saints, 85 8”,23 | inasmuch as the Papists (i.e., Roman Catholics) wrongly 86 8”,23 | in offering an apology (i.e., plea in defense thereof) 87 8”,23 | of the day of judgment (i.e., that He did not know precisely 88 8”,23 | being known as Protecdicus (i.e., Chief Defensor), and with 89 8”,23 | and a bit of holy bread (i.e., of that which is usually 90 8”,23 | called in Greek cathosiosis, i.e., a violation of the holy 91 8”,23 | anathematized in general (i.e., in toto), like what had 92 8”,23 | else to His divine will (i.e., in obedience thereto), 93 8”,23 | Sixth Council”; and Gratian (i.e., Franciscus Gratianus) refers 94 8”,23 | composed a Symbol of the Faith (i.e., what is termed in English 95 8”,23 | asserted that He was inbuilt (i.e., uncreated), whereas in. 96 8”,23 | meaning something built, i.e., a creature). Consequently 97 8”,23 | humbleness of matrimony (i.e., after they marry) they 98 8”,23 | assessors to the Bishops (i.e., entitled to sit with them) 99 8”,23 | manifest that those spirituals (i.e., confessors) must needs 100 8”,23 | celebrate the Great Week (i.e., Passion Week) with fasting. 101 8”,23 | must make a second union (i.e., mixture) in the chalice, 102 8”,23 | carelessness, he must be canonized (i.e., penalized canonically) 103 8”,23 | honor of the great Bema (i.e., Julian), going to know 104 8”,23 | II, called Rhinotmetus (i.e., “having had his nose cut 105 8”,23 | advanced stage in their life, i.e., when they come to be older. 106 8”,23 | be rendered more perfect (i.e., more maturely developed), 107 8”,23 | enrolled after so many years, i.e., at such an advanced age, 108 8”,23 | receive any ministration (i.e., relief or assistance) unless 109 8”,23 | that of the megaloscheme (i.e., of one wearing the great 110 8”,23 | commonly called a staurophore (i.e., “wearing a cross”), which 111 8”,23 | point of being rasophores (i.e., of having donned the rason, 112 8”,23 | promised to become a caloyer (i.e., a monk), without so much 113 8”,23 | imitate the disincarnate (i.e., fleshless) life and virginity 114 8”,23 | in uttering doxologies (i.e., glorifying hymns) to God, 115 8”,23 | upon figurative serpents (i.e., snakes that beset his path). 116 8”,23 | is to be made authentic (i.e., turned over to the lord 117 8”,23 | are called enteromanteis (i.e., haruspices) in Greek, according 118 8”,23 | his resting-place (i.e., of Christ the God) shall 119 8”,23 | says: “Woman taught once (i.e., Adam in Paradise) and destroyed 120 8”,23 | Canon to be only Great (i.e., Maundy) Thursday, on which 121 8”,23 | construed in the singular (i.e., have thou mercy upon us) 122 8”,23 | painted rather as a girl (i.e., as a damsel), and not as 123 8”,23 | persons to be canonized (i.e., canonically penanced) who 124 8”,23 | care not to drop any pearl (i.e., precious particle) of it,” 125 8”,23 | hypostasis from the cause of it, i.e., from the one who produced 126 8”,23 | is one with the original (i.e., it is of the same hypostasis 127 8”,23 | become utterly effaced — i.e., so as to be no longer recognizable — 128 8”,23 | common and dishonorable (i.e., not entitled to honor), 129 8”,23 | or application of myron (i.e., holy oil), because the 130 8”,23 | of infantile knowledge (i.e., that it is a piece of infantile 131 8”,23 | parts of precious wood (i.e., wood taken from the original 132 8”,23 | and decorate the temples (i.e., church buildings); 2) the 133 8”,23 | and struggles of Devouts (i.e., devout monks), and exploits 134 8”,23 | says “idian empatheian,” i.e., private animus.~ ~ [270] 135 8”,23 | while reading the Apostle (i.e., the Epistle). But as a 136 8”,23 | to be orthodox and sober (i.e., sensible or sane) and well 137 8”,23 | the charge of philarchy (i.e., a penchant for ruling Others).~ ~ [ 138 8”,23 | even though any cause (i.e., blame or accusation) had


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