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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | notes. According to the title of the work, the editors 2 1”,3 | The ordinance of the first title of the Novels, which is 3 1”,8 | presbyter, and the nominal title of bishop,[14] but he shall 4 1”,19| second ordinance of the first Title of the Novels (Photius, 5 1”,19| of the Novels (Photius, Title VIII, ch. 14) says that 6 2”,3 | Book V of the Basilica, Title III, calls the Bishop of 7 2”,6 | Book LX of the Basilica, Title XXVI, ch. 6, it is written 8 3”,8 | begging for the honor and title of bishop he had been enjoying 9 3”,8 | that he should have the title of bishop, or, in other 10 4”,9 | Book III of the Basilica, Title I, ch. 35) further decrees 11 4”,10| office. Novel 16 (found in Title III of Book III of the Basilica) 12 4”,12| Metropolitan, who bears this title only as an honorary title, 13 4”,12| title only as an honorary title, to usurp anything therefrom. 14 4”,15| moreover, says (Book VI, Title III) that those who have 15 7”,15| Book III of the Basilica, Title I, ch. 28) he had to be 16 7”,45| The second ordinance of Title I of the Novels in proceeding 17 7”,45| monasteries (in Photius, Title XI, ch. 4).~ ~ ~ 18 7”,50| skillful acting, according to Title XIII of Photius, ch. 21, 19 7”,90| Book LX of the Basilica, Title 39, both women furnishing 20 7”,93| according to ch. 19 of Title XIII of Photius.~ ~Concord.~ 21 7”,96| Book V of the Basilica, Title I, ch. 12, in agreement 22 7”,96| the temple (in Photius, Title V, ch. 2). According to 23 8”,8 | present Canon ch. 44 of Title I of Book I of the Basilica 24 8”,8 | Likewise ch. 47 of the same Title and Book decrees that no 25 8”,20| The second ordinance of Title I of the Novels also decrees 26 8”,20| remain together (Photius, Title XI, ch. 1). Perhaps, too, 27 8”,23| men high as well as low” (Title III of the selection of 28 8”,23| fourth decree of the third title of the first book of ordinances, 29 8”,23| Book II of the Basilica, Title I, ch. 41, even the sixth 30 8”,23| ordinance 29 of the fourth Title of Book I (Photius Title 31 8”,23| Title of Book I (Photius Title IX, ch. 6), does not mention 32 8”,23| edict in Book I of the Code, Title IV, No. 29, that no one 33 8”,23| begging for the honor and title of bishop. But if he is 34 8”,23| not to have the honor and title of bishop? Why, they ought 35 8”,23| Eustathius the honor and title and activity of a bishop 36 8”,23| to Armenopoulos, Book 3, Title 8).~ ~ [88] The reason 37 8”,23| seventh ordinance of the first Title of the Novels, which is 38 8”,23| the third of the second Title, which is Justinian Novel 39 8”,23| Book V of the Basilica, Title III, ch. 4 and ch. 5 (in 40 8”,23| in the Nomicon of Photius Title III, ch. 14, and Title XI, 41 8”,23| Photius Title III, ch. 14, and Title XI, ch. 1) prescribe that 42 8”,23| says (comment on ch. 3 of Title I of the Nomicon of Photius). 43 8”,23| Book IX of the Basilica, Title I), is plain — first, because 44 8”,23| Leo the Wise in the first title of his Legal Epitome says 45 8”,23| judgment); and in Book 1, Title 4, of his Ecclesiastical 46 8”,23| and again, in Book 1, Title 4, ch. 29: “It has been 47 8”,23| 99] Photius, too, in Title XII and Title XIII, says 48 8”,23| Photius, too, in Title XII and Title XIII, says that since ordinance 49 8”,23| ordinance One of Book XXIII of Title II lays down the principle 50 8”,23| first book of the Code, in Title V, ordinance twelve, says 51 8”,23| ordinance eighteen of the same Title it says that if one of the 52 8”,23| Book I of the Basilica, Title I, ch. 35, that no Jew must 53 8”,23| second ordinance of the First Title of the Novels (Photius, 54 8”,23| of the Novels (Photius, Title IX, ch. 30). Likewise anyone 55 8”,23| punishment, according to Book I, Title III, Ordinance 5. The woman 56 8”,23| his Collection of Canons, Title 82, John of Antioch says “ 57 8”,23| Vulpian.~ ~ [105] Photius, in Title IX, ch. 37, says that the 58 8”,23| Book LX of the Basilica, Title XXXVI, states that anyone 59 8”,23| Basilican Ordinances, in Title VIII, Ordinance 51 (in Photius, 60 8”,23| Ordinance 51 (in Photius, Title II, ch. 1) asserts that 61 8”,23| again, in Ordinance 10, Title I, it is stated that a sacred 62 8”,23| according to Armenopoulos (Book Title XI), can actually own it. 63 8”,23| Ordinance 36, in Book XI, Title VII, says that when sacred 64 8”,23| many years, according to Title VI of Ordinance 10. We cannot 65 8”,23| 10. We cannot claim any title to sacred things as our 66 8”,23| to Ordinance 13, Book VI, Title I. If in the middle between 67 8”,23| According to Ordinance 14 title I one is prohibited from 68 8”,23| introduction to the laws), Title XV. No one can sell, or 69 8”,23| to the first Ordinance of Title II of the Novels (in Photius, 70 8”,23| the Novels (in Photius, Title XI, ch. 1). The second Ordinance 71 8”,23| The second Ordinance of Title II of the Novels (Photius, 72 8”,23| of the Novels (Photius, Title X, ch. 1), as well as Armenopoulos ( 73 8”,23| as Armenopoulos (Book 3, Title 4), commands that stewards 74 8”,23| Ordinance 73 of the first Title (in Photius, Title II, ch. 75 8”,23| first Title (in Photius, Title II, ch. 1).~ ~ [108] This 76 8”,23| his Collection of Canons, Title 42).~ ~ [111] The Council 77 8”,23| however, according to ch. 39, Title XII, Book LX, anyone seizes 78 8”,23| continuing the use of such a title which had been initiated 79 8”,23| as Ecumenical. As for the title of “All-holiest,” this denotes ( 80 8”,23| the Pope of Rome.” The title of Ecumenical,” on the other 81 8”,23| sense, characterized this title as blasphemous, diabolical, 82 8”,23| Emperors, understanding the title in accordance with the second 83 8”,23| the second ordinance of Title I of the Novels (Photius, 84 8”,23| of the Novels (Photius, Title IX, ch. 28) decrees that 85 8”,23| office. Ordinance 44 of Title III decrees that children 86 8”,23| of the Canons, Section 3, Title II) and even Balsamon say 87 8”,23| Book III of the Basilica, Title II, ch. 1; in Photius, Title 88 8”,23| Title II, ch. 1; in Photius, Title I, ch. 30), which appoints 89 8”,23| 157] Photius notes (Title III, ch. 14) that if anyone 90 8”,23| as the law commands in Title II of Book IVsee also 91 8”,23| Armenopoulos, Book IV, Title XII). These facts having 92 8”,23| Novel 22, to be found in Title VII of Book XXVIII of the 93 8”,23| is recorded in ch. 2 of Title I of the Nomicon of Photius. 94 8”,23| as Book VIII of the law, Title I, ordinance 35 (in Photius 95 8”,23| ordinance 35 (in Photius Title IX, ch. 25) prescribes, 96 8”,23| Basil the Great. Book XLVII, Title III, ordinance 2 provides 97 8”,23| the Nomicon of Photius, Title IX, ch. 25.~ ~ [195] Both 98 8”,23| not having acquired its title from human beings but from 99 8”,23| Book LX of the Basilica, Title XXXVIII, ch. 1, commands 100 8”,23| property they own. Photius, in Title XIII, ch. 21, says that 101 8”,23| Book XXIV of the Basilica, Title II, ch. 14.~ ~ [224] I 102 8”,23| in their Ecloge of Laws (Title XXVIII) say that if a woman 103 8”,23| Novella 117, contained in Title VII of Book XXVIII of the 104 8”,23| the Basilica (in Photius, Title XIII, ch. 3), saying: “If 105 8”,23| faithful. See the 18th ch. of Title XIII of the Nomicon of Photius, 106 8”,23| all Armenopoulos, Book I, Title 7. It should be borne in 107 8”,23| with this Canon ch. 2 of Title LVIII of Book LX of the 108 8”,23| third Theme of ch. 12 and Title XXXVII of the same Book 109 8”,23| inscribed upon them, or the title bestowed upon them, just 110 8”,23| That is why Photius, in Title I, ch. 2, says that the 111 8”,23| that the third ordinance of Title II of the Novels invests 112 8”,23| the second ordinance of Title I of the Novels decrees 113 8”,23| thirty-eighth ordinance of Title II of Book I of the Code 114 8”,23| them was made out (Photius, Title XI, ch. 4). But even real


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