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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1”,1 | And henceforth no such person must be promoted to holy 2 1”,2 | sin be found against the person, and it is exposed by two 3 1”,2 | three witnesses, let such a person be dismissed from the clergy. 4 1”,3 | sister, or an aunt, or a person above suspicion.~(c. V of 5 1”,6 | has prescribed that such a person must not be a Bishop. If, 6 1”,7 | not one attaching to the person and individual (concerning 7 1”,7 | and not to this or that person alone. Witnesses to the 8 1”,12 | Nicephorus says that if a secular person of his own free will confesses 9 1”,13 | Balsamon says that such a person as this one of whom the 10 1”,13 | divine Mysteries to any person that is in mortal danger 11 1”,17 | shameful profit, any such person shall be deposed from the 12 2 | nor did Pope Damasus in person or by a legate, nor does 13 2”,6 | the diocese, let no such person be allowed to present any 14 2”,6 | property, in such cases the person of the accuser must not 15 2”,7 | Father and Son are the same person, and who do some other bad 16 2”,7 | Son were one and the same person, and who used to do other 17 3”,7 | the other hand, any such person be a Layman, let him too 18 4 | preserved, and concurring in one person and one substance. Not being 19 4”,3 | transgress these rules, such person shall become liable to the 20 4”,14 | undertake to convert the person joined to the Orthodox Christian 21 4”,18 | themselves against another person until they have carried 22 4”,29 | offices of the prelacy, such a person cannot be even a priest. 23 5 | Council itself either in person or by proxies (as, for instance, 24 6 | Jesus Christ, though but one person, after His incarnation possessed 25 7”,1 | Christians, as an alien person and rotten member.~ ~ ~ 26 7”,7 | tyrannical audacity, let that person, after being deprived of 27 7”,9 | dramshop. For if such a person is not permitted to enter 28 7”,11 | present Canon commands that no person in holy orders and no layman 29 7”,13 | Apostolic Canons require any person who is in sacred orders 30 7”,22 | knavishness. If, however, any person enrolled in the Clergy should 31 7”,25 | for him to bless another person when he ought to be looking 32 7”,25 | it is enough that such a person is not subjected to canonical 33 7”,25 | for him to bless another person when he himself ought to 34 7”,25 | can he give it to another person? Therefore let him neither 35 7”,32 | the clergy, unless such person has something to show in 36 7”,39 | he deems it more to the person’s interest. For although 37 7”,42 | the authority of another person; and see Ap. c. LXXXII) 38 7”,63 | discussions) he says that one person in the Church must be an 39 7”,68 | entering it, except only that person who is the Emperor or King; 40 7”,68 | sweeping it. If, however, a person is not a monk but only a 41 7”,79 | must be true: either such a person is not a believer; or, though 42 7”,100| In case, therefore, any person should be caught in the 43 7”,101| one treating it. So that a person who is professing the science 44 7”,101| matters to God and to the person undertaking pastoral leadership 45 8”,2 | them too. Likewise any such person must be examined by the 46 8”,2 | copy it himself is that a person who merely reads it easily 47 8”,2 | that are read, whereas a person who also writes it impresses 48 8”,4 | Shepherd shall appear in person, ye shall receive the reward 49 8”,8 | we ought to accept such a person, and baptize his children, 50 8”,12 | rulers, or of any other person, the transfer is to be invalid 51 8”,15 | other” (Matt. 6:24). Each person, therefore, in accordance 52 8”,19 | Prosmonarius.[281] But if the person doing this be an abbot not 53 8”,19 | estate of any kind) which a person may possess either as dowry 54 8”,21 | worldly shelter, and even the person who welcomes and admits 55 8”,23 | operative in an unworthy person, not for our sake, but for 56 8”,23 | Christians was given to this person as a canon by way of philanthropy 57 8”,23 | penance an adulterer, a person guilty of bestiality, a 58 8”,23 | Dionysius, says that if a person is still breathing a little, 59 8”,23 | his mouth; if, I say, the person is such a one, the priest 60 8”,23 | taking God to be but one person together with His Logos, 61 8”,23 | called unindictable. For a person that cannot be indicted 62 8”,23 | like, is unindictable. A person, on the other hand, that 63 8”,23 | even attended either in person or by deputies, nor by the 64 8”,23 | names for one and the same person, and that that person was 65 8”,23 | same person, and that that person was called at times the 66 8”,23 | the diversities of that person’s activities and operations.~ ~ [ 67 8”,23 | applicable to a righteous person” (1 Tim. 1:9) — (Note of 68 8”,23 | Holy Trinity into a single person; and mixing with flour the 69 8”,23 | worthy. For every unworthy person may be described as not 70 8”,23 | one can prevent it. Such a person, in fact, is not prevented 71 8”,23 | then appeared to him in person and said to him, “I have 72 8”,23 | in order to meet him in person.” Theodore lost no time 73 8”,23 | known to all, and going in person to the spot where the building 74 8”,23 | adulterers. As for an Orthodox person, on the other hand, who 75 8”,23 | contribution of any such person, nor to accept his offerings 76 8”,23 | must not even greet such a person. Divine Nicephorus, too, 77 8”,23 | be sacred, just as a free person also ceases under like circumstances 78 8”,23 | humanly: as one and the same person He willed and energized 79 8”,23 | will and energy, the same person acting both as a God and 80 8”,23 | subdeacon is not the same person as the doorkeeper, being 81 8”,23 | is evidently a different person from the subdeacon.~ ~ [ 82 8”,23 | to avoid having any pious person go to church or to a gathering 83 8”,23 | the unlawful anomaly of a person’s having been baptized twice 84 8”,23 | could easily occur if a person were to be baptized in a 85 8”,23 | with the tenth year of a person’s age, it is manifest that 86 8”,23 | perfect one, from that of the person called a microscheme (or “ 87 8”,23 | the lst-&-2nd) says that a person who has put on the rason 88 8”,23 | and that, just as a person who fails to get baptized 89 8”,23 | the wishes of the other person, are under an anathema. 90 8”,23 | that anyone paying that person or putting him up to do 91 8”,23 | bridegroom carry on his person the volume of the four sacred 92 8”,23 | adulteration, and going in person to various places and collecting 93 8”,23 | unless the Latin-minded person be baptized in a strictly 94 8”,23 | baptized to wear upon his person. St. Meletius the Confessor, 95 8”,23 | even insinuates a fourth person into the Trinity, and places 96 8”,23 | died.” For even though a person be at the point of death, 97 8”,23 | tell me, such or such a person, a virtuous man, a man in 98 8”,23 | orders, a sober and reverent person, swore an oath. Well, if 99 8”,23 | For God will not judge a person who takes an oath because 100 8”,23 | commanded,’ He will tell the person in the day of judgment; ‘ 101 8”,23 | there you will learn that a person who has been baptized by 102 8”,23 | force and authority any person that has taken refuge in 103 8”,23 | to attend the Council in person, because of the incursion 104 8”,23 | embody the whole of the person or other object which they 105 8”,23 | compromise the whole body of the person or thing represented. The 106 8”,23 | and all the members of the person or thing represented are 107 8”,23 | that of the original (or person whom it represents) is one 108 8”,23 | have said, we adore the person represented in the picture 109 8”,23 | Justinian, too, commands that a person intending to become a prelate 110 8”,23 | Council calls the sin of a person that is incorrigible and 111 8”,23 | who ordains or nominates a person for money shall be deposed 112 8”,23 | For it says that if the person doing this is one on the 113 8”,23 | credible as witnesses. One person representing one side, and 114 8”,23 | representing one side, and one person representing the other side


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