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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1 | was to be the prelude to a life of conflict and of glory. ~ 2 1”,2 | the faith from a heathen life, and have been catechized 3 1”,2 | Orthodox faith from the life of a heathen and infidel 4 1”,9 | holy orders, and that their life and their behavior and conduct 5 1”,10 | provided the rest of their life has been fairly good, may 6 1”,11 | obligation to remain all his life long with the “weepers” ( 7 1”,11 | approached and confessed their life deeds . . .” And again he 8 1”,14 | general the events in the life of a catechumen do not entail 9 1”,19 | Orthodox baptism, if their life appears to have been blameless 10 1”,19 | convent for the rest of her life. Read also the footnote 11 2”,7 | repent at the end of their life, though not to do so indiscriminately, 12 3”,8 | thus will they live through life with their affairs hopefully 13 4”,4 | truly enter upon monastic life be accorded due honor. But 14 4”,4 | hypocrisy adopt the monastic life deserve to be duly honored. 15 4”,4 | shall observe quietness of life and engage in only fasting 16 4”,7 | their former occupation in life, which they chose on God’ 17 4”,7 | to return to their former life (which the Ap. c. does not 18 4”,13 | guiltlessness of their past life; though as laymen that may 19 4”,15 | strict investigation of her life and past habits. In case, 20 7”,1 | holding forth the word of life” (Phil. 2:16), is committed 21 7”,13 | provision of decency in the life of ministers declared that 22 7”,15 | the fourteenth year of his life. But according to Novel 23 7”,20 | the world to the heavenly life.~(Ap. c XXV; c, IX of the 24 7”,21 | with a test and choice of life.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of 25 7”,21 | worthiness and virtuous life; and not only they themselves, 26 7”,39 | retiring from the turmoil of life, we must not welcome without 27 7”,39 | the solitary (or monastic) life, but must observe the definition 28 7”,39 | we say in English) of a life in accordance with God then, 29 7”,39 | continuance in the solitary life. For even though St. Basil 30 7”,39 | those choosing the solitary life the said time proportionately. 31 7”,40 | predilection for such a life, they may embrace this with 32 7”,40 | for one to depart mundane life right at the very start 33 7”,40 | turbulent sea, I mean, of life into the untoward and difficult 34 7”,40 | longing for this kind of life. And if after all these 35 7”,40 | afterward goes back to a worldly life, cannot succeed in traveling 36 7”,42 | choose the ascetic mode of life and abandoning the turbulent 37 7”,42 | turbulent whirl of ordinary life to enter a Monastery, and 38 7”,42 | As therefore monachal life represents to us a state 39 7”,42 | wished to lead a monastic life were being prevented from 40 7”,42 | So, then, inasmuch as the life of monks is a picture of 41 7”,44 | pleasure of delightfulness of life and has embraced the career 42 7”,44 | rejected every pleasure of life and has fallen in love with 43 7”,45 | women who prefer the ascetic life and are enrolled in a convent, 44 7”,45 | are leading the solitary life (of monasticism) may themselves 45 7”,45 | and live an unwitnessed life (in extenso Def. 32). The 46 7”,46 | must regulate their own life to be seemly and accordant 47 7”,46 | suspicion, but must pass their life in a seemly manner and in 48 7”,47 | with the necessities of life by him (if, that is to say, 49 7”,47 | conduct and association in life, and consequently be burned 50 7”,61 | all to extirpate from the life of the faithful the so-called ( 51 7”,61 | custom which is alien to the life of Christians, at the same 52 7”,61 | from the public and private life of Christians. Nor must 53 7”,81 | Logos, and in memory of His life in the flesh and of His 54 7”,81 | to recall to memory His life in the flesh and His passion 55 7”,90 | II, do not canonize for life, but only for ten years. 56 7”,95 | and imitate the manner of life He led in the flesh. As 57 7”,95 | bend their minds towards a life which is perpetually unruffled 58 7”,95 | through their purity of life, and to adorn the inner 59 7”,95 | must also adopt his mode of life and practice every chastity 60 7”,95 | blissful and imperishable life, approaching God as near 61 7”,95 | possible with their purity of life, and preferring to adorn 62 7”,100| drinking Christ as a source of life, he perpetually readjusts 63 7”,101| dissoluteness and contempt of life, but, on the contrary, in 64 8”,1 | they direct and steer their life. Joyfully accepting these 65 8”,2 | Deuteronomy throughout his life, in order to learn therefrom 66 8”,5 | through virtuousness of life by the Holy Spirit, without 67 8”,5 | their virtuous conduct in life, were enrolled in the clergy 68 8”,6 | instruction in the way of life” (Prov. 6:23), and “the 69 8”,6 | and a light, and a way of life, according to the author 70 8”,15 | supply the needs of this life there are various occupations. 71 8”,16 | according to Metaphrastes in his Life of Stephen the Younger); 72 8”,19 | Sacerdotal Order, or the monastic life. The result is that, as 73 8”,19 | Sacerdotal Order or to monastic life; and thus is fulfilled in 74 8”,20 | and to follow a solitary life, the men must retire to 75 8”,20 | when the necessaries of life are being conveyed from 76 8”,20 | conveying the necessaries of life to the nuns, they are to 77 8”,20 | mourn” at the mournful life of monks and nuns, and by 78 8”,23 | Accordingly, for those whose life is one of marriage and children 79 8”,23 | for those persons whose life is quiet and monotonous, 80 8”,23 | who have chosen a priestly life, it is not at all permissible 81 8”,23 | that are leading a monastic life or have grown old as nuns. 82 8”,23 | held in Lycos to continue life with the mere name of bishop; 83 8”,23 | injuriously affected by the life of the priest” (Discourse 84 8”,23 | ch. 8; and concerning the life of Constantine, Book I, 85 8”,23 | Eusebius, concerning the life of Constantine, Book II, 86 8”,23 | die and depart the present life with a good hope, the priest 87 8”,23 | and are consigned to that life absolved and free, this 88 8”,23 | an implication that their life and their mind and their 89 8”,23 | grants a hundredfold and life everlasting.~ ~ [33] That 90 8”,23 | in him who sent me, hath life everlasting, and cometh 91 8”,23 | passed out of death into life” (John 5:24); and the Apostle 92 8”,23 | Theotoke?” Eusebius, in his Life of Constantine (ch. 43) 93 8”,23 | virgin to the end of her life, according to Evagrius ( 94 8”,23 | and a co-reception of all life, and a communion in a divine 95 8”,23 | partake only at the end of his life when he is being given the 96 8”,23 | sing. ~To shun an unyoked life, and a yoke-fellow too,~ 97 8”,23 | shut up for the rest of his life in a monastery. Even if 98 8”,23 | provided that her former life was not blame-worthy, she 99 8”,23 | in the last days of his life and who failed to understand 100 8”,23 | and monastic austerity of life has been practiced. If any 101 8”,23 | Cyril at any time in his life, nor Pope Celestinus in 102 8”,23 | ought to regulate their life with a view to strict sobriety. 103 8”,23 | Blood of Christ; a Cup of Life.” This same fact is also 104 8”,23 | advanced stage in their life, i.e., when they come to 105 8”,23 | adopt the monastic style of life until they reach the point 106 8”,23 | with the necessaries of life. Just as St. Paul himself 107 8”,23 | and have consecrated their life to God? How could that be 108 8”,23 | from the vain and worldly life and having called them to 109 8”,23 | disincarnate (i.e., fleshless) life and virginity of the angels; 110 8”,23 | they are leading a monastic life as their career, secluded 111 8”,23 | connection with the monastic life, he replied (Def. in extenso 112 8”,23 | by means of the monastic life, then let them not be admitted; 113 8”,23 | resorting to the monastic life, “since there is nothing 114 8”,23 | from taking up the monastic life by the other may, even while 115 8”,23 | aim of monastic purity of life by fervently praying and 116 8”,23 | leading a bodily, and real, life, such as the life lived 117 8”,23 | real, life, such as the life lived by a monk. Chrysostom ( 118 8”,23 | unmarried for the rest of her life. But that the consequence 119 8”,23 | throughout the rest of her life. And this celibacy, again, 120 8”,23 | adopted the monastic style of life, on the supposition that 121 8”,23 | of having chosen another life, they too, I say, are muzzled 122 8”,23 | bishop has chosen another life for himself, will yet not 123 8”,23 | themselves to the better style of life of monks and nuns, be divorced 124 8”,23 | adopted the monastic mode of life; and he further asserts 125 8”,23 | adopt the monastic mode of life only with the consent of 126 8”,23 | fasting of the heavenly life and of the grace which come 127 8”,23 | typifying in Himself our life. For the death of every 128 8”,23 | avers, is stated also in the life of Luke who became an ascetic 129 8”,23 | represent the occurrences in the life of human beings to be dependent 130 8”,23 | Canon what sort of holy life was led by those persons 131 8”,23 | what sort of disorderly life, or of irregular life, they 132 8”,23 | disorderly life, or of irregular life, they themselves are now 133 8”,23 | is called the Grantor of Life. The words “have mercy upon 134 8”,23 | the best advantage, both life and death? In addition, 135 8”,23 | encrateia”) and a rough-and-hard life.~ ~ [246] They were called 136 8”,23 | have chosen the monastic life, but must nevertheless bestow 137 8”,23 | themselves to a monastic life, according to c. XIX of


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