Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
lest 34
let 552
lets 1
letter 124
lettered 1
letters 49
letting 11
Frequency    [«  »]
126 you
125 over
124 did
124 letter
123 orthodox
123 than
123 three

Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

IntraText - Concordances


    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | followed Zonaras to the letter but differed from him in 2 Intro | reservations set out in the letter of Patriarch Neophyte VII, 3 Intro | pertinently noted:~ The letter of a legal text is of prime 4 1 | speaks of 300, and in his letter "Ad Afros" he says explicitly 5 1”,2 | baptism. The Apostolical letter, too, is plain which says, “ 6 1”,4 | joining in the election by letter they should carry out the 7 1”,4 | contribute their votes by letter in the ordination, and then 8 1”,4 | signifying their choice by letter.~ ~ ~ 9 2 | nor does even a conciliar letter of his appear therein.[38] 10 2”,3 | held in Chalcedon in its letter to Leo says that he held 11 3 | handmaid as His Mother.” In the letter to Nestorius, on the other 12 3 | respect to flesh.” (See this letter also in the second volume 13 3 | Canons, and published this letter to Pamphylia in its seventh 14 3”,8 | cc. XXXIV and XXXV.~ ~ ~Letter of Third Council addressed 15 3”,8 | Eustathius, of whom the present letter speaks, was bishop of Pamphylia, 16 4 | Constantinopolitan Council and the letter of Cyril of Alexandria, 17 4 | Ephesus, but indeed also the letter of the most holy Leo of 18 4”,30| upon to subscribe to the letter of St. Leo, the Pope of 19 5 | Alexandria), and the so-called letter of Ibas, the Bishop of Edessa, 20 6 | previously by means of Leo’s letter. For, as most wise Photius 21 7 | innovations. Adrian I in his letter to Tarasius has left us 22 7 | Councils). Pope Gregory in his letter to St. Germanus (which is 23 7”,1 | and also the so-called letter of Ibas. And again we faithfully 24 7”,3 | proposed that the strict letter of the Canons be observed 25 7”,17| consent and a dimissory letter of their own bishop, because 26 7”,26| Pelousiotes (in his seventy-fourth letter) when commenting on the 27 7”,28| eaten, and wrote in his letter to Bishop Kyriakos: “If 28 7”,69| That council addressed a letter to bishops Dionysius of 29 8”,3 | joining in the election by letter they should carry out the 30 8”,21| approval and a dimissory letter from his own abbot (or from 31 8”,23| Laodicea, and from Jerome’s letter to Pammachius, and from 32 8”,23| sending in a conciliar letter to the bishops in Alexandria, 33 8”,23| with Theophilus says in a letter of his concerning a man 34 8”,23| in Greek, Karai). For the letter C stands for Constantinople, 35 8”,23| Constantinople, the first letter a for Alexandria, the letter 36 8”,23| letter a for Alexandria, the letter r for Rome, the second letter 37 8”,23| letter r for Rome, the second letter a for Antioch, and the letter 38 8”,23| letter a for Antioch, and the letter j for Jerusalem. But because 39 8”,23| Basil, too, declares in his letter to chorepiscopi. These chorepiscopi, 40 8”,23| the present Canon) in his letter on a Canon, in speaking 41 8”,23| Whereof even the Conciliar letter is to be found in Eusebius 42 8”,23| nor by the usual conciliar letter; yet, in spite of all this, 43 8”,23| St. Basil the Great says (letter 332), and from what the 44 8”,23| Gregory the Theologian’s letter 2 to Cledonius). He even 45 8”,23| 9). For in the Conciliar letter which the present Second 46 8”,23| mention is made of this. The letter says verbatim: “The details 47 8”,23| Ec. C.).~ ~ [60] In the letter which was sent from Constantinople 48 8”,23| 61] In the aforesaid letter to Martyrius it reads thus: “ 49 8”,23| Basil the Great, in his letter 72, says of the Arians: “ 50 8”,23| 69] This is stated in the letter of Cyril addressed to the 51 8”,23| Only-begotten? B) from the letter which the same Council sent 52 8”,23| further in his conciliar letter to Nestorius, by saying: “ 53 8”,23| perfect the same” (in the letter he sent to Pope Leo; page 54 8”,23| Theologian, in his first letter to Cledonius, says: “If 55 8”,23| divine Cyril makes in his letter to Acacius. But, with an 56 8”,23| divine Cyril, I mean, in his letter to the Bishop of Melitine 57 8”,23| says the same thing in his letter to the Bishop of Antioch. 58 8”,23| Gregory the Theologian in his letter to Cledonius says: “We have 59 8”,23| Bulgaria said in writing a letter to Nicholas Diaconus: “Any 60 8”,23| why divine Cyril in his letter must have the following 61 8”,23| have concluded from this letter that prelates are permitted 62 8”,23| to be inferred from the letter, according to Zonaras, Balsamon, 63 8”,23| patent from the words of the letter that resignations ought 64 8”,23| and phraseology of this letter, to have been the composer 65 8”,23| Great, too, writes in his letter to Dracontius: “Before being 66 8”,23| too is evident from this letter. For it says, in paraphrase, 67 8”,23| however, from the words of the letter that the bishops in Pamphylia 68 8”,23| remaincontained in the letter), they ordained Theodore 69 8”,23| February 18th) sent this letter to St. Flavian of Constantinople 70 8”,23| were any mistakes in the letter to correct it. The Apostle 71 8”,23| The excerpt from that letter which treats theologically 72 8”,23| among us.” Hence when this letter was read aloud at the present 73 8”,23| why it also called that letter a pillar of Orthodoxy. Sophronius 74 8”,23| Jerusalem also writes about this letter to the effect that Bishop 75 8”,23| very well understood my letter and interpreted it correctly. 76 8”,23| wrongly conclude from this letter that the Pope is entitled 77 8”,23| First, that although this letter is in truth a most orthodox 78 8”,23| Secondly, that just as this letter was called a pillar of Orthodoxy 79 8”,23| column of piety, while the letter of Tarasius to the Easterners 80 8”,23| scarcely say that Leo’s letter was not called simply a 81 8”,23| pillars of Orthodoxy: the letter of Tarasius was called simply 82 8”,23| Thirdly, that just after Leo’s letter was read aloud the Council 83 8”,23| believe.” And when Cyril’s letter was read aloud, the Council 84 8”,23| fact too, that after the letter of Leo was read aloud the 85 8”,23| Third Council made Cyril’s letter to Nestorius a definition 86 8”,23| Council did not make Leo’s letter a definition of its own, 87 8”,23| definition confirmed the letter. All that was added to the 88 8”,23| the definition from the letter was merely the assertion 89 8”,23| Chrysostom says in his letter to Theodore that the sin 90 8”,23| St. Paul advises. In his letter in regard to a fallen monk, 91 8”,23| governing head, according to the letter of the same Fourth Council 92 8”,23| of God, according to the letter of the Council of Carthage 93 8”,23| forerunner of the Antichrist (letter of Gregory to Mauricius), 94 8”,23| first subscribing to the letter, while, on the other hand, 95 8”,23| Mopsuestia and like the Letter of Ibas, not only as much 96 8”,23| Ibas himself, but only this letter, on the score that it accused 97 8”,23| Ecumenical Council that the letter was not one of his own, 98 8”,23| to hell. Jerome wrote a letter against this opinion to 99 8”,23| Leo denounced it in his letter 93, and Cyril of Alexandria 100 8”,23| the Pope of Rome, in his letter to Tarasius, recorded in 101 8”,23| Adrian II, too, in his letter to Tarasius, accepts its 102 8”,23| this maxim from the first letter of Demosthenes, in which 103 8”,23| God-bearing Ignatius in his letter to the Trallians states 104 8”,23| Peter of Antioch in his letter to Caerularius, is a more 105 8”,23| see in the Footnote to the Letter of the Third Council. Notwithstanding 106 8”,23| divine Gregory Palamas in a letter written to a monk by the 107 8”,23| divine Augustine (in his Letter No. 45), in writing to Armentarius, 108 8”,23| Accordingly divine Jerome (Letter 14) severely censures Galatia 109 8”,23| Greek language, according to Letter 29 of his sixth book, and 110 8”,23| as St. Basil says in his letter to Patricia Caesaria, and 111 8”,23| as St. Jerome says in his letter to Pammachius, of letting 112 8”,23| Chrysostom in his first letter to Pope Innocence, and also 113 8”,23| also by St. Jerome in his letter No. 4 to Rufinus, and by 114 8”,23| done, as St. Basil (in his letter to the clergy of the church 115 8”,23| by Adrian, in his first letter to Tarasius; and through 116 8”,23| why the Seventh Ec. C. (Letter to Alexandria, p. 905 of 117 8”,23| then, after receiving the letter from them shall not get 118 8”,23| that there were 367, in his letter to Michael the King of Bulgaria. 119 8”,23| St. Germanus writes in a letter to Thomas of Claudiopolis 120 8”,23| of Studium”) says in his letter to St. Athanasius. For, 121 8”,23| the present Council in the letter it is sending to the church 122 8”,23| that Pope Gregory in his letter to Leo the Isaurian (p. 123 8”,23| from the saint’s fourth letter to Caius. Yes, indeed, even 124 8”,23| Agatho in his fifteenth letter to Emperor Constantine.

Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by EuloTech SRL - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License