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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | question even though this city has long since ceased to 2 1”,3 | civil authorities of that city where he is serving as a 3 1”,7 | Jews, that it was a large city and the metropolis of the 4 1”,8 | two bishops in the same city.~(Ap. cc. XLVI, XLVII, LXVIII; 5 1”,8 | officiating in one and the same city (concerning which see Ap. 6 1”,15| a Deacon to go from one city to another. If, after the 7 1”,15| or Deacon to go from one city to another. If, after this 8 1”,15| as this, and go from one city to another, this change 9 1”,18| only if he go to another city as the personal representative 10 3 | Council was held in Ephesus, a city situated in Asia, in the 11 3 | the large church of that city which is called Mary Theotoke,[ 12 3”,3 | of the clergymen in any city or district have been shorn 13 3”,7 | Fathers who convened in the city of Nicaea, with Holy Spirit. 14 3”,7 | Fathers who assembled in the city of Nicaea and were enlightened 15 3”,8 | weeping, not about losing the city or by way of quarreling 16 3”,8 | who had been away from his city and far from home for a 17 4 | Chalcedon, an important city in Bithynia, during the 18 4”,3 | unless the bishop of the city should urge him to take 19 4”,4 | approval of the Bishop of the city; and that Monks in every 20 4”,4 | and that Monks in every city and country be subject to 21 4”,4 | so by the Bishop of the city on account of some exigency; 22 4”,4 | blasphemed. The Bishop of the city, however, is required to 23 4”,4 | either in a village, or in a city, or in the wilderness, or 24 4”,4 | 89] Monks living in any city or village shall be subject 25 4”,5 | or Clergymen who go from city to city, it has seemed fitting 26 4”,5 | Clergymen who go from city to city, it has seemed fitting that 27 4”,5 | clergymen from going from one city or province to another city 28 4”,5 | city or province to another city or province. Read them also 29 4”,6 | assigned to the church of some city, or to a martyry, or to 30 4”,6 | assigned to a church of a city or village, or to a monastery, 31 4”,8 | authority of the bishop of the city in question, and not disrespectfully 32 4”,8 | subject to the bishop of the city in question, in accordance 33 4”,10| even of one and the same city, according to c. XV of the 34 4”,12| are to be preserved to the city which had originally and 35 4”,13| anywhere in a different city without having letters recommendatory 36 4”,17| on the other hand, any city has been rebuilt by imperial 37 4”,17| heretofore been built any city by imperial authority, or 38 4”,17| regard to the newly-built city, not vice versa.[102]~ Note 39 4”,20| given a church in another city; but, on the contrary, they 40 4”,20| Clergyman who has left his own city see fit to return to his 41 4”,20| transferred to another in another city, but, on the contrary, they 42 4”,20| their motherland or home city by any necessity, or who 43 4”,23| resorted to the imperial city of Constantinople, and stay 44 4”,23| departure from the imperial city. But if they impudently 45 4”,23| to be expelled from the city even against their will 46 4”,23| Constantinople and stay in that city for a long time, disturb 47 4”,28| emperor in the imperial city of Constantinople otherwise 48 4”,28| reason deeming that the city which is the seat of an 49 4”,28| the priorities of the same city of Constantinople which 50 4”,28| quite reasonable that this city, in view of the fact that 51 4”,30| the Bishop for the great city of the Alexandrians has 52 4”,30| like habit in the Imperial City till an Archbishop has been 53 4”,30| been ordained for the great city of the Alexandrians. Let 54 4”,30| they will not leave this city till the city of the Alexandrians 55 4”,30| leave this city till the city of the Alexandrians has 56 4”,30| to say, in the Imperial City until another Archbishop 57 4”,30| they would not leave the city of Constantinople until 58 7”,1 | convened in the Imperial City itself in the reign of Theodosius 59 7”,1 | assembled themselves in the city of Euphesus in the reign 60 7”,1 | ground of this Imperial City in the reign of Justinian, 61 7”,1 | grounds of this Imperial City in the reign of Constantine, 62 7”,1 | chairmen in this God-guarded city, Macarius who became the 63 7”,2 | God-guarded and imperial capital city, .and the two hundred who 64 7”,2 | God-guarded and imperial capital city in the time of Nectarius 65 7”,2 | of this imperial capital city, and of Theophilus who became 66 7”,2 | Archbishop of the great city of Alexandria, and of Peter 67 7”,2 | Archbishop of the great city of Alexandria, of Theophilus 68 7”,2 | Archbishop of the great city of the Alexandrians, of 69 7”,2 | God-guarded imperial capital city. Furthermore, the Canon 70 7”,3 | God-guarded and imperial capital city, have neither carried meekness 71 7”,7 | and has come to another city on some errand. For then, 72 7”,12| or presbyters) in every city, as I have appointed thee, 73 7”,16| the Canon, even though the city be a quite big one: witness 74 7”,16| more, even in the largest city, as recorded in the Book 75 7”,20| teach publicly in another city that does not belong to 76 7”,26| either when living in the city or when walking the road; 77 7”,26| when he is staying in the city nor when he is walking on 78 7”,35| God-guarded imperial capital city, and by the six hundred 79 7”,35| the throne of the great city of the Alexandrians shall 80 7”,35| after this the throne of the city of the Jerusalemites.~(Ap. 81 7”,36| the President of such a city has been unable after ordination 82 7”,37| reads as follows: If any city has been rebuilt by imperial 83 7”,38| continued, the Bishop of the city of the Cyzicenians being 84 7”,38| the Bishop of the same city of the Cyzicenians shall 85 7”,38| entire, and that this new city of Justinianoplis is to 86 7”,38| the Metropolitan of the city of Cyzicus shall be subject 87 7”,47| far removed from the home city of the Bishop, and let her 88 7”,54| learned that those in the city of the Romans during the 89 7”,79| weeks, while living in the city, if he be a Cleric, let 90 7”,79| while he is living in the city, fails to attend church 91 7”,79| words “while living in the city, . . . three consecutive 92 8 | second to convene in that city, during the reign of Constantine 93 8”,10| God-guarded and imperial city, and become attached to 94 8”,10| clergymen in going from city to city, and especially 95 8”,10| clergymen in going from city to city, and especially to Constantinople; 96 8”,15| applied in this God-guarded city; but in small towns outside 97 8”,15| situated either in the same city or in two cities, because 98 8”,15| churches, in this imperial city at any rate, is not to be 99 8”,23| baptized by the bishop in one city of France (Socrates, Book 100 8”,23| Book III concerning the City of God) says that the Devil 101 8”,23| Jews, Book VII, ch. 18) the city was named Jerusalem because 102 8”,23| Melchisedec, who first built the city, and having built therein 103 8”,23| sacred temple, he called the city, in allusion thereto, Jerusalem, 104 8”,23| other names of the same city, by forming a compound name 105 8”,23| formerly called Jerusalem, the city was subsequently named Aelia 106 8”,23| the name Aelia because the city was built on the site of 107 8”,23| ordain no one, either in a city or in a village (Sozomen, 108 8”,23| the lawful bishop in that city. “How, then, is it,” he 109 8”,23| permissible in a village or small city, where there is need of 110 8”,23| appointed by the bishop of that city to which he was subject 111 8”,23| consent of the bishop in the city, even though he has had 112 8”,23| Christian soldiers in every city in the realm should be deprived 113 8”,23| hailing from Samosata, a city situated in Mesopotamia 114 8”,23| women who went from one city to another with letters 115 8”,23| Council be held at Sardica, a city in Illyria, to be made up 116 8”,23| Council assembled in the city of Ephesus provided that 117 8”,23| Fathers assembled in the city of Nicaea. And divine Cyril 118 8”,23| the senators of his own city. Novels 7 and 8 of Leo, 119 8”,23| exactly as Rome was a capital city, it becomes proper to concede 120 8”,23| they would not leave the city of Constantinople without 121 8”,23| they would not leave the city: — seeing, I say, these 122 8”,23| second Council in the same city of Ephesus, appointing the 123 8”,23| and evils occurred in that city, culminating in the murder 124 8”,23| and who had called this city Justinianopolis after his 125 8”,23| in the imperial capital city ought to be on their guard 126 8”,23| those times, had died in the city called Briza, the Bishop 127 8”,23| Briza, the Bishop of that city took money from his relatives 128 8”,23| local Synod held in the city of Antisiodorus, in its 129 8”,23| wherein he says: ‘Lord, in thy city Thou wilt do their image


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