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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,1 | admitted to the clergy. Read also the Interpretation 2 1”,5 | held in the time of autumn. Read also Ap. cc. XXXII and XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 3 1”,6 | honor of (being) a bishop. Read also the Interpretation 4 1”,7 | with the metropolitans. Read also Dositheus in the Dodecabiblus, 5 1”,7 | headquarters of a patriarch). Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 6 1”,10| denied Him after ordination; read also Ap. c. LXII.~ ~ ~ 7 1”,12| the matter of penances. Read also cc. IX and XI of Peter.~ ~ ~ 8 1”,15| according to c. VI of the 4th. Read also Ap. cc. XIV and XV.~ ~ ~ 9 1”,16| to be void and invalid. Read also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 10 1”,17| from the canonical order. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 11 1”,19| for the rest of her life. Read also the footnote to Ap. 12 2 | same as that which is now read by all Orthodox Christians, 13 2”,2 | allowed by the Council. Read Ap. cc. XXXIV and XXXV, 14 2”,3 | merely confirmed this.[51] Read also c. XXVIII of the Fourth.~ ~ ~ 15 2”,7 | catechumens; on the third day we read to them the usual exorcisms, 16 2”,7 | only after trying them out. Read also Ap. cc. XLVI and XLVII.~ ~ ~ ~ 17 3”,7 | These things having been read aloud, the holy Council 18 3”,7 | Council’s meeting there were read both the Creed of the holy 19 3”,7 | Council, after they had been read, this holy Council issued 20 3”,8 | invalid and ineffective.[78] Read also the Interpretations 21 4”,2 | is to be anathematized. Read also Ap. cc. XXIX and XXX.~ ~ ~ 22 4”,3 | to say, of the clericate. Read also Ap. c. VI.~ ~ ~ 23 4”,4 | become its owner and lord. Read also the Interpretation 24 4”,5 | another city or province. Read them also in Ap. cc. XIV 25 4”,9 | penances (or penalties).” Read also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. 26 4”,11| recommendatory letters.[96] Read the Interpretation of and 27 4”,12| Metropolitan is not a bishop. Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 28 4”,13| that may commune there. Read also the interpretations 29 4”,14| pollution, and not a baptism; read also the Interpretations 30 4”,14| infidels” (II Cor. 6:14). Read also Ap. c. XXVI.[99]~ ~ 31 4”,17| letters from the chief head. Read also the Interpretations 32 4”,18| be deposed from office. Read also the Interpretation 33 4”,19| given a brotherly reprimand. Read also the Interpretation 34 4”,20| back to his own church. Read also the Interpretation 35 4”,22| their own rank and office. Read also the Interpretation 36 4”,26| affairs of his monastery.[109] Read also Ap. cc. XXXVII and 37 4”,28| of the Second Council was read, which decrees that the 38 7 | present Sixth Council, was read aloud to the Seventh Ec. 39 7”,2 | which he has violated.[134] Read also Ap. c. LXXXV, c. I 40 7”,4 | fornication with a lay-woman. Read also Ap. c. XXV and c. XVI 41 7”,5 | them be excommunicated. Read also c. III of the First 42 7”,7 | higher than the mundane.[137] Read also c. XVIII of the First 43 7”,8 | reprimanded in a brotherly way. Read also Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 44 7”,9 | profession of clergyman.[138] Read also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 45 7”,10| be deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 46 7”,11| let him be excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. VII and LXX.~ ~ ~ 47 7”,13| Interpretation of which you may read for yourself.~ ~ ~ 48 7”,14| below the age of twenty.” Read also c. XIX of the 1st, 49 7”,17| be deposed from office. Read also Ap. cc. XII and XV.~ ~ ~ 50 7”,19| teachment”) in the liturgy. Read also Ap. c. LVIII.~ ~ 51 7”,20| c. XXXV, which you may read for yourself.~ ~21.~ Those 52 7”,20| and cause them to repent. Read also Ap. c. XXV.~ ~ ~ 53 7”,21| office. See also Ap. c. XXIX. Read, and sigh, my brother, at 54 7”,22| be sold for money.[151] Read also Ap. c. XXIX.~ ~ ~ 55 7”,25| compelled to undergo penances. Read also Ap. c. XIX.~ ~ ~ 56 7”,27| be deposed from office. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 57 7”,28| until they have communed. Read also Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 58 7”,29| according to c. IV of Carthage). Read also Ap. c.V, cc. XII and 59 7”,30| communion with them.[159] Read also the Interpretation 60 7”,31| what has been handed down. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 61 7”,32| they must not let anyone read on the pulpit the divine 62 7”,32| the laity after reading. Read also Ap. c. LXXVIL~ ~ ~ 63 7”,33| c. XVIII of the 4th; and read its Interpretation there, 64 7”,35| conceived and so called. Read also the above-mentioned 65 7”,36| lessened on that account. Read also Ap. c. XXXVI.~ ~ ~ 66 7”,38| be ordained by him.[167] Read also c. VIII of the Third 67 7”,43| these are c. XIX of Basil. Read also c. XVI of the 4th.[ 68 7”,47| may be made a deaconess. Read also Ap. c. V, and c. XII 69 7”,50| let him be excommunicated. Read also c. XXIV of the same 70 7”,54| iterating it verbatimread the Interpretation of it.[ 71 7”,55| them be excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. LXIV and LXIX.~ ~ ~ 72 7”,61| woman doing so, c. XIII. Read also c. XXIV of the present 73 7”,62| command that it must not be read publicly even in the churches, 74 7”,62| such fictitious lists be read publicly in churches, but 75 7”,66| let him be excommunicated. Read also Ap. c. LXIII.~ ~ ~ 76 7”,67| having become too old to be read.[204] As for anyone who 77 7”,75| be excommunicated. [215] Read also c. LXXIV for the same 78 7”,86| acquiring the right to commune. Read also the Interpretation 79 7”,87| let him be excommunicated. Read also c. LXXIV of this same 80 7”,91| c. XXVII of the 4th, and read its interpretation there.~ ~ ~ 81 8”,2 | is cheerfully willing to read searchingly and not cursorily 82 8”,2 | is cheerfully willing to read, not superficially and as 83 8”,2 | of the people not only to read the book of Deuteronomy 84 8”,2 | forgets the thoughts that are read, whereas a person who also 85 8”,4 | unwithering crown of glory.” Read also Ap. c. XXIX.~ ~ ~ 86 8”,8 | slave shall become free. Read also the Footnote to c. 87 8”,9 | providing them for others to read, if he be a bishop, a presbyter, 88 8”,13| house of merchandise,” etc. Read also cc. IV and XXIV of 89 8”,14| have had the temerity to read the divine books to the 90 8”,14| to c. VIII of the First). Read also c. XXXIII of the 6th.~ ~ ~ 91 8”,23| which you are advised to read), the present Canon chastises 92 8”,23| when this same Canon was read in the first act of the 93 8”,23| heads of penitents when they read to them the prayer for pardon, 94 8”,23| overruled by the Canons. Read also the Footnote to Ap. 95 8”,23| will take the trouble to read the text of the order itself 96 8”,23| enrolled in the church. Read also the second footnote 97 8”,23| clergymen of Constantinople, read this Canon to the most holy 98 8”,23| meaning of the original.) Read also the Interpretation 99 8”,23| commanded the holy Creed to read without the addition in 100 8”,23| Justinian I ordered it to be read before the Lord’s prayer, 101 8”,23| possession, he ordered it to be read every year on Good Friday ( 102 8”,23| Hence when this letter was read aloud at the present Council, 103 8”,23| just after Leo’s letter was read aloud the Council shouted, “ 104 8”,23| and Second Councils were read aloud, they shouted, “That 105 8”,23| when Cyril’s letter was read aloud, the Council said: “ 106 8”,23| after the letter of Leo was read aloud the Council also added 107 8”,23| Old Testaments would be read in the liturgy, the Prelate 108 8”,23| stress of necessity. For we read that the sacred martyr Lucian, 109 8”,23| of the 4th, which may be read with due regard for what 110 8”,23| union on the holy table, and read the prayer of the prothesis, 111 8”,23| Injunctions, the Anagnost used to read the other words of the Divine 112 8”,23| deacon or the president read them, according to St. Gregory 113 8”,23| divine words which he used to read were other Scriptures, but 114 8”,23| indeed says that he used to read, without, however, asserting 115 8”,23| however, asserting that he read them as a lector, though 116 8”,23| special prayers have been read to them by the priest in 117 8”,23| deposed from office who read to sick persons what is 118 8”,23| valleys, light them and read the Solomonic, or rather 119 8”,23| our prayer is the psalter read aloud, not sung (except 120 8”,23| general, and which I will read to you, is not Peter or 121 8”,23| When royal letters are read, servants ought to remain 122 8”,23| with that of the Orthodox, read ch. 9 of book VII of Eusebius; 123 8”,23| David chants in his Psalms. Read concerning this the book 124 8”,23| that the prayer which is read over holy pictures is a 125 8”,23| 7th Ecum. Council, we have read these particular Acts searchingly, 126 8”,23| becoming monks (or nuns). Read also the testimony of St.


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