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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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carthage

    Council,  Canon
1 1 | of Cordova, Cecilian of Carthage, Mark of Calabria, Nicasius 2 1”,3 | XIX of Ancyra; C. XIX of Carthage; c. LXXXVIII of Basil.)~ ~ 3 1”,4 | and cc. XII, LVIII, LIX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 4 1”,5 | CIV, CXVI, and CXLI of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 5 1”,6 | of Laodicea; c. XIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.[6]~The 6 1”,6 | same thing. Canon XIII of Carthage says that if any one of 7 1”,8 | of Laodicea; c. LXVI of Carthage; cc. I, XLVII of Basil; 8 1”,8 | by the councils held in Carthage in the time of Cyprian, 9 1”,8 | the habit (thus c. LXVI of Carthage accepted the Donatists with 10 2”,6 | civil courts. Canon XIV of Carthage, on the other hand, says 11 2”,6 | status). Canon XXXVI of Carthage excludes from communion 12 3 | from the Council held in Carthage. Besides all these things, 13 4”,3 | the lst-&-2nd; c. XVIII of Carthage; and c. X of the 7th.)~ ~ 14 4”,4 | Basil; cc. LXXIII, XC of Carthage; c. LXXXV of the 6th and 15 4”,5 | LVII, LXIII, and XC of Carthage.)~ ~ ~Interpretation.~This 16 4”,7 | the lst-&-2nd; c. XVIII of Carthage; and c. X of the 7th.)~ ~ 17 4”,9 | by him.~ Canon XVIII of Carthage prescribes that if presbyters 18 4”,9 | CXVIII of the same Ec. C. of Carthage. Canon LXXXVII of the same 19 4”,10| Antioch; cc. LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage; cc. XV, XVI, XIX of Sardica.)~ ~ 20 4”,11| XXXI, XCVII, and CXVI of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~All 21 4”,14| cc. XIX, XXIX, XXXIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Notwithstanding 22 4”,14| laid down by c. XXIX of Carthage; while c. LXXII of the 6th 23 4”,16| XLIV of the 6th; c. XIX of Carthage; and cc. VI, XVIII, XIX, 24 4”,17| Note also that c.CXXIX of Carthage prescribes that if any bishop 25 4”,18| the 6th; cc. X, LXII of Carthage; c. VI of Gangra; c. V of 26 4”,19| LXXXIV, LXXXV, and CIV of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~In view 27 4”,20| Antioch; cc. LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage; cc. XV, XVI, and XIX of 28 4”,21| CXXXVIII, and CXXXIX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 29 4”,22| 6th; cc. XXX and LXXXIX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Upon 30 4”,23| Antioch; cc. LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage; cc. XV, XVI, XIX of Sardica.)~ ~ 31 4”,25| CXXXI, CXXXI, CXXXII of Carthage, and c. X of Peter.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 32 4”,26| 2nd; cc. XXXIV, XLI of Carthage; c. VII of Gangra; c. XV 33 7”,2 | Sardica; furthermore those in Carthage. Further and in addition 34 7”,5 | XIX of Ancyra; c. XLV of Carthage; and c. LXXXIX of Basil.)~ ~ 35 7”,6 | and cc. XIX, XXXIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Since 36 7”,8 | LXXXIV, LXXXV, and CIV of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~These 37 7”,9 | XVIII, XLVII, and LXIX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 38 7”,10| of Laodicea; cc. V, XX of Carthage; c. XIV of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 39 7”,13| though, that those who met in Carthage and made provision of decency 40 7”,13| Fathers of the Council held in Carthage, in providing for the decency 41 7”,14| is exactly what c. XXI of Carthage also says. Nor can a woman 42 7”,15| According to c. XIX of Carthage a young man could be ordained 43 7”,17| XCVII, XCVIII, CXVI of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 44 7”,18| Sardica; cc. LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Not 45 7”,19| CXXXI, CXXXII, CXXXIII of Carthage; c. X of Peter; c. VI of 46 7”,23| Laodicca; cc. XVII, LXX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~No one 47 7”,24| CXXVIII, CXXIX, CXXX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 48 7”,27| XCIX of the 6th; c. XL of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Since 49 7”,28| Canon of the Fathers met in Carthage prescribes that the holy 50 7”,28| Laodicea; cc. XLVIII, LVI of Carthage; c. I of Dionysius; cc. 51 7”,28| improvement over c. XLVIII of Carthage which contained this custom, 52 7”,28| not only this c. XLVIII of Carthage decrees that priests must 53 7”,29| cc. III, IV, XXXIIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Since 54 7”,29| Barbary, according to c. IV of Carthage). Read also Ap. c.V, cc. 55 7”,30| Laodicea; cc. X, LXII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 56 7”,31| devout Fathers assembled in Carthage, too, thus expressly mentioned 57 7”,31| addition, the Fathers in Carthage in c. XLIV, which they set 58 7”,32| of Laodicea; c. XXII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~This 59 7”,32| the bishop. Canon XXII of Carthage, on the other hand, forbids 60 7”,33| Antioch; cc. X, LXII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~This 61 7”,34| Antioch; cc. XXX, LXXXIX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~No Metropolitan, 62 7”,39| 6th; cc. VI, LI, CXXXV of Carthage; cc. XVIII, XXIV of Basil.)~ ~ 63 7”,39| the sooner. But c. VI of Carthage says also that virgins ought 64 7”,44| others see it.~(c. CXXXV of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 65 7”,50| the 6th; cc. XVII, LXX of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~With 66 7”,56| and corrects c. LXIV of Carthage, which decrees that such 67 7”,73| Concord.~Likewise c. XLIX of Carthage prohibits bishops, clerics, 68 7”,82| same as the twenty-fifth of Carthage. For since it used to be, 69 7”,82| remainder of the same c. XXV of Carthage. St. Chrysostom, in his 70 7”,83| word for word c. LXXX of Carthage, decreeing that whenever 71 8”,2 | Hos. 4:6).~ (c. XXIV of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~While 72 8”,2 | present Canon, c. XXIV of Carthage expresses the following 73 8”,3 | XIII of Laodicea; c. LIX of Carthage; c. VII of Timothy.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 74 8”,7 | ecclesiastical traditions.~(c. XCI of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~St. 75 8”,7 | Concord.~Canon XCI of Carthage decrees that those sacrificial 76 8”,10| XVIII, LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage; cc. XV, XVI of the 1st; 77 8”,11| Antioch; cc. XXXIV, XLI of Carthage; c. X of Theophilus; c. 78 8”,12| Antioch; cc. XXXIV, XLI of Carthage; c. X of Theophilus; c. 79 8”,14| of the 6th ; c. XXII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~Since 80 8”,15| Sardica; cc. LXIII, XCVIII of Carthage; Matt. 6:24; 1 Cor. 7:20; 81 8”,18| XIX of Ancyra; c. XLV of Carthage; c. LXXXIX of Basil.)~ ~ 82 8”,21| lst-&-2nd; c. LXXXVIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~The 83 8”,21| Moreover, c. LXXXVIII of Carthage commands that a stranger 84 8”,23| XLVII of Laodicea, c. LII of Carthage, c. V of Basil, and c. V 85 8”,23| penitents. For c. XLIX of Carthage also insists that penitents 86 8”,23| for pardon, as c. XXXV of Carthage expressly says this. For 87 8”,23| by one held before it in Carthage at the same as that of Pelagius. 88 8”,23| Syntagmation) says that Carthage was the first autocephalous 89 8”,23| cc. LXXXIII and CVII of Carthage. According to Balsamon they 90 8”,23| letter of the Council of Carthage to Pope Celestinus. Ap. 91 8”,23| example, cc. IV and XXXIII of Carthage, modified by c. XIII of 92 8”,23| modified by XVI; c. XLVIII of Carthage, modified by the present 93 8”,23| regional council held in Carthage number IV and XXXIII which 94 8”,23| XXXIII of the same council of Carthage.~ The present Canon, however, 95 8”,23| interpretation of c. XXXIII of Carthage that the subdeacon does 96 8”,23| to the said c. XXXIII of Carthage and c. XIII of this 6th; 97 8”,23| from that which c. LXX of Carthage says to the effect that 98 8”,23| because the same Council of Carthage in its c. XVII says that 99 8”,23| Accordingly the Canons of Carthage allowed the eating of only 100 8”,23| according to c. LXXX of Carthage and according to c. LXXXIV 101 8”,23| 32:10-11). Canon CXXXV of Carthage, on the other hand, says 102 8”,23| CXXXV of the Council in Carthage; see also c. I of Nicephorus 103 8”,23| and also by c. XLVIII of Carthage. St. Chrysostom, on the 104 8”,23| minutes of the Council held in Carthage state. Or because they were 105 8”,23| accordance with c. CXIII of Carthage.~ ~ [226] That is why divine 106 8”,23| interpretation of c. VII of Carthage) Michael the Patriarch said


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