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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | 1180) and the Ecumenical Patriarch Michael III (1169-1176), 2 Intro | set out in the letter of Patriarch Neophyte VII, August, 1902, 3 Intro | also in the Orthodox East. Patriarch Dositheos of Jerusalem ( 4 Intro | Beveridge's Synodikon to Patriarch Adrian of Moscow (1690-1700) 5 1”,6 | mainly as regarding the Patriarch of Alexandria, and secondly 6 1”,6 | secondly as regarding the Patriarch of Antioch, and the Patriarch 7 1”,6 | Patriarch of Antioch, and the Patriarch of Rome, succinctly and 8 1”,6 | comprehensively. (Concerning the Patriarch of Jerusalem the present 9 1”,6 | VII; and concerning the Patriarch of Constantinople the Second 10 1”,6 | its c. III). So that the Patriarch (whom it calls a Bishop 11 1”,6 | designate one by calling him the Patriarch[7]) of Alexandria came to 12 1”,6 | prevail with regard to the Patriarch of Rome[8] in that he was 13 1”,6 | metropolitans. Likewise the Patriarch of Antioch is given authority 14 1”,7 | diocese which belonged to the Patriarch. Hence it was that the neighboring 15 1”,7 | Byzantium became the seat of a patriarch, Heraclea was made subject 16 1”,7 | being made the seat of a patriarch, Caesarea, true enough, 17 1”,7 | seat and headquarters of a patriarch). Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 18 1”,18| representative of his own Patriarch, or Metropolitan, he is 19 2”,3 | present Canon deals with the Patriarch of Constantinople specially, 20 2”,3 | honor after the Pope and Patriarch of Rome, since Constantinople 21 3”,3 | that when Nestorius was Patriarch of Constantinople he excommunicated 22 4”,30| deposition of Dioscorus, the Patriarch of Alexandria, ten (or, 23 4”,30| thirteen) bishops of the same Patriarch of Alexandria anathematized 24 4”,30| which he had sent to the Patriarch of Constantinople St. Flavian ( 25 4”,30| or see) of Alexandria’s Patriarch for his bishops[114] not 26 6 | of Rome,[120] Cyrus the Patriarch of Alexandria, a certain 27 7 | of Rome,[126] Peter the Patriarch of Alexandria, Anastasius 28 7 | Alexandria, Anastasius the Patriarch of Jerusalem, and George 29 7 | Jerusalem, and George the Patriarch of Antioch. It was assembled 30 7 | design. But the testimony of Patriarch Tarasius concerning these 31 7”,1 | Bishop of Faran, Cyrus (the Patriarch) of Alexandria, Honorius ( 32 7”,2 | of Gennadius who became a Patriarch of this God-guarded imperial 33 7”,3 | hand, the bishops under the Patriarch of Constantinople were disposed 34 7”,7 | representative of his own Patriarch or Metropolitan and has 35 7”,7 | personal representative of a Patriarch or Metropolitan, sent to 36 7”,7 | acting in the place of a Patriarch or Metropolitan, as we have 37 7”,68| altar. Canon I, however, of Patriarch Nicholas allows those monks 38 8 | among them were Tarasius the Patriarch of Constantinople, Peter 39 8”,4 | is a Metropolitan by his Patriarch. For the Coryphaeus of Apostles 40 8”,10| have gone away, and of the Patriarch, into whose parish they 41 8”,11| if he fail to do so, the Patriarch of Constantinople has authority 42 8”,11| care of the matter, by the Patriarch. See also Ap. c. XXXVIII.~ ~ ~ 43 8”,23| the Metropolitan or to the Patriarch; one of the latter two will 44 8”,23| 4th.~ ~ [7] For the name Patriarch first began being used in 45 8”,23| called the Biship of Rome a Patriarch, and also applied the term 46 8”,23| Rome) bolted the reins, the Patriarch of Constantinople was left 47 8”,23| remaining four. Later a fifth Patriarch was added, namely, the Patriarch 48 8”,23| Patriarch was added, namely, the Patriarch of Greater Moscow (i.e., 49 8”,23| specially designated as Patriarch, to which Balsamon assented, 50 8”,23| the Bishop of Ephesus a Patriarch, but the Fourth Ecumenical 51 8”,23| Bishop of Thessalonica a Patriarch, but he addressed him thus 52 8”,23| Felix in a dispute with the Patriarch of Constantinople Acacius, 53 8”,23| asserted, but those of a patriarch; for both Balsamon and the 54 8”,23| of the Juris). The word patriarch is defined by Leo and Constantine 55 8”,23| Constantine the emperors thus: “A patriarch is a living image of Christ 56 8”,23| words. Finally, upon the patriarch depends the salvation of 57 8”,23| It is the nature of the patriarch to be didactic, and to level 58 8”,23| account, too, in the time of Patriarch Luke one Bishop who had 59 8”,23| Eunomius and had served as a Patriarch of Constantinople, and had 60 8”,23| 6th. D) the parish of each Patriarch, as it is also called in 61 8”,23| province tries a case, the Patriarch of the diocese keeps his 62 8”,23| another dignitary than the Patriarch, as we shall state in connection 63 8”,23| Synod of each particular Patriarch decides all the ecclesiastical 64 8”,23| try a clergyman before the Patriarch in the first instance, but 65 8”,23| case be carried up to the Patriarch, and let his judgment stand 66 8”,23| well to explain, that one Patriarch cannot become a judge in 67 8”,23| the decision of another Patriarch, according to Dositheus, 68 8”,23| however, according to the holy Patriarch of Constantinople Nicephorus, “ 69 8”,23| accepted without examination by Patriarch Luke, yet, when thereafter 70 8”,23| examined synodically by Patriarch Michael of Anchialos, it 71 8”,23| was cubicularius of the Patriarch of Alexandria Eulogius, 72 8”,23| time in hastening to the Patriarch, and told him what had been 73 8”,23| they had split off from the Patriarch of Alexandria named Mongus 74 8”,23| and desirous to honor the patriarch of Constantinople, have 75 8”,23| Patriarchs, while to the Patriarch of Constantinople he refers 76 8”,23| Patriarchs, and ahead of even the Patriarch of Constantinople in respect 77 8”,23| from the decision of any Patriarch or of the Patriarchs in 78 8”,23| Novel 123 says to let the Patriarch of the Diocese ordain or 79 8”,23| says that the court of the Patriarch is not subject to appeal, 80 8”,23| says: “Let the competent Patriarch examine the decision without 81 8”,23| to the court of any other Patriarch for review, how can the 82 8”,23| for review, how can the Patriarch of Constantinople grant 83 8”,23| exception of which or which Patriarch, he is therefore as a logical 84 8”,23| he be a Metropolitan or a Patriarch, has any right to impose 85 8”,23| of the Diocese; nor the Patriarch, for, as c. VI of the Second 86 8”,23| position from that held by each Patriarch together with the bishops 87 8”,23| Constantinople, as before a Patriarch of their own. It did not 88 8”,23| Constantinople was ordained Patriarch by the Bishop of Heracleia. 89 8”,23| because before he became a Patriarch Byzantium used to be the 90 8”,23| from the beginning. For the Patriarch of Constantinople had ordained 91 8”,23| dioceses to the judgment of the Patriarch of Constantinople. 2) Since 92 8”,23| being called Ecumenical Patriarch he never ceased being called 93 8”,23| Tarasius the Ecumenical Patriarch. That is why divine John 94 8”,23| never called an Ecumenical Patriarch, nor is the Bishop of Rome, 95 8”,23| Christ, who is indeed truly a Patriarch of the whole inhabited world 96 8”,23| between the Father, who was Patriarch of Constantinople, and the 97 8”,23| and styled “the Ecumenical Patriarch” is a forerunner of the 98 8”,23| the one called Ecumenical (Patriarch), on the ground that he 99 8”,23| deposed St. Flavian the Patriarch of Constantinople. As a 100 8”,23| and even Balsamon say that Patriarch Luke in a note (or semeioma, 101 8”,23| 141] Note that the Patriarch Kyr Luke (Note of Translator. — 102 8”,23| today. For that most devout Patriarch Sir John, surnamed the Chalcedonian, 103 8”,23| or George, Xiphilinus, a Patriarch of Constantinople, and of 104 8”,23| children, directly he became a Patriarch, his wife became a nun, 105 8”,23| agreement.~ ~ [175] Note that Patriarch Sisinius, and even John 106 8”,23| monasteries to worldlings. But Patriarch Sergius, to the contrary, 107 8”,23| Christians, just as that Patriarch Michael, of celebrated memory, 108 8”,23| the Little and Proclus the patriarch of Constantinople, both 109 8”,23| of Carthage) Michael the Patriarch said that these men ought 110 8”,23| of Thessalonica and the Patriarch of Alexandria, respectively.~ ~ [ 111 8”,23| of the Hagarenes. For the Patriarch of Jerusalem (whom Dositheus 112 8”,23| of Bostra, Anastasius the Patriarch of Antioch says: “though, 113 8”,23| Manuel Charitopoulos the patriarch (page 239 of Jus Graeco-Romanum). 114 8”,23| in the time of Luke the patriarch, though others said for 115 8”,23| be deposed from office, patriarch Luke himself ruled that


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