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excommunicated

   Council,  Canon
1 1 | Indulgence to be granted to excommunicated persons in danger of death. ~ 2 1”,5 | and laymen who have been excommunicated by the bishops of any particular 3 1”,5 | decrees, to wit, that persons excommunicated by the bishops of one province 4 1”,5 | possibility that the ones excommunicated have been excommunicated 5 1”,5 | excommunicated have been excommunicated because of some small-mindedness 6 1”,5 | been rightly and justly excommunicated, by him, let them remain 7 1”,5 | by him, let them remain excommunicated, in accordance with grounds 8 1”,5 | regarding those who have been excommunicated. For if the one who excommunicated 9 1”,5 | excommunicated. For if the one who excommunicated them, let us assume, is 10 1”,11 | swore Greek oaths, are to be excommunicated for three years, and after 11 2”,6 | whether they are entirely excommunicated from the Church for some 12 2”,6 | or have been temporarily excommunicated from the clergymen or the 13 3”,3 | Patriarch of Constantinople he excommunicated and deposed those clergymen 14 3”,5 | deposition from office were excommunicated or deposed from office by 15 3”,6 | bishops or clergymen, or excommunicated if they are laymen.~ ~ ~ 16 4”,4 | transgresses it shall be excommunicated. Yet, just as monks ought 17 4”,8 | or laymen, they are to be excommunicated. But why does the Canon, 18 4”,16 | have done this, let them be excommunicated. But let the local bishop 19 4”,20 | clergyman he accepted, shall be excommunicated from communion with his 20 4”,23 | fact that they have been excommunicated by him, go to Constantinople 21 7”,4 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. XXV; c. IX of the 22 7”,5 | they are laymen let them be excommunicated.~(c. III of the 1st; cc. 23 7”,5 | are laymen, let them be excommunicated. Read also c. III of the 24 7”,11 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 25 7”,11 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. VII and 26 7”,13 | of reverence, let him be excommunicated; and if he persist, let 27 7”,18 | present Canon, let him be excommunicated until he returns to his 28 7”,18 | with this Canon, let him be excommunicated, as well as the bishop who 29 7”,26 | a violation, let him be excommunicated for one week.~(c. XVI of 30 7”,26 | the contrary, let him be excommunicated for one week.~ ~Concord.~ 31 7”,30 | him in communion are to be excommunicated. Canon LVIII of Laodicea, 32 7”,32 | rules prescribed, let him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LXXVII; c. XIV 33 7”,32 | these rules, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Concord.~Canon IV of 34 7”,46 | or a layman, let him be excommunicated.~(cc. XVIII, XX, XXII of 35 7”,46 | that does this, he is to be excommunicated, no matter whether he be 36 7”,49 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~(Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII.)~ ~ 37 7”,49 | be a layman, he shall be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 38 7”,50 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~(cc. XXIV, LXII, LXVI of 39 7”,50 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated. Read also c. XXIV of the 40 7”,54 | however, a layman, let him be excommunicated.”~ ~Interpretation.~By the 41 7”,55 | are laymen, let them be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~It would 42 7”,55 | are laymen, let them be excommunicated. Read also Ap. cc. LXIV 43 7”,57 | to do any such thing he excommunicated for a week on the ground 44 7”,58 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 45 7”,58 | such a baptism, let him be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. XXXI.[183]~ ~ 46 7”,61 | if laymen, that they be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The calends ( 47 7”,61 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Concord.~Note also that 48 7”,63 | present Canon, let him be excommunicated for forty days.~ ~Interpretation.~ 49 7”,63 | of this Canon, let him be excommunicated for forty days. But if any 50 7”,64 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated. For it is written in the 51 7”,66 | he be a layman let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 52 7”,66 | layman do so, let him be excommunicated. Read also Ap. c. LXIII.~ ~ ~ 53 7”,67 | from now on, let him be excommunicated for a year. Likewise anyone 54 7”,67 | destroy them, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~It is 55 7”,67 | such a thing, let him be excommunicated for a year. Likewise let 56 7”,67 | year. Likewise let him be excommunicated who buys such books, not 57 7”,70 | dare to do so, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~Just 58 7”,70 | things thereafter is to be excommunicated.~ ~ ~ 59 7”,71 | we have made let him be excommunicated. But in case persons who 60 7”,71 | present Canon, let him be excommunicated.[208] If, however, both 61 7”,72 | upon the ground shall be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~By virtue 62 7”,72 | the ground, let them be excommunicated.~ ~ ~ 63 7”,73 | them either cease or be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 64 7”,73 | must either cease or be excommunicated. We must first note that 65 7”,75 | here prohibited, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The Lord 66 7”,75 | may do this, let him be excommunicated. [215] Read also c. LXXIV 67 7”,76 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 68 7”,76 | is a layman, let him be excommunicated.[216]~ ~Concord.~The Apostolic 69 7”,78 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~Inasmuch 70 7”,78 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Concord.~See also St. 71 7”,79 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated. For one of two things must 72 7”,80 | be a layman, that he be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~Peter 73 7”,85 | we decree that they be excommunicated and deposed from office; 74 7”,85 | be laymen, that they be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~Even 75 7”,86 | in the church and not be excommunicated, though he is not entitled 76 7”,87 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 77 7”,87 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated. Read also c. LXXIV of this 78 7”,93 | present Canon of the Council excommunicated, as Balsamon says, not only 79 7”,95 | present Canon, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~“As many 80 7”,96 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~The Canon 81 7”,96 | be a layman, let him be excommunicated.[249]~ ~Concord.~That is 82 7”,98 | fail to do so, let him be excommunicated.~ ~Interpretation.~Zonaras, 83 7”,98 | of violating this rule be excommunicated. But Balsamon states (in 84 7”,99 | attempt to do this, let him be excommunicated.~(No interpretation of this 85 7”,99 | such pictures, let him be excommunicated, since all the five senses 86 7”,100| receptacles, let him be excommunicated, both he himself and the 87 7”,100| thing, let both of them be excommunicated, because they prefer an 88 8”,3 | from office, and let him be excommunicated. And all those who communicate 89 8”,4 | suspended, and “let him be excommunicated, if he is a bishop by his 90 8”,6 | prevent this, let him be excommunicated. If, on the other hand, 91 8”,6 | such a Council is to be excommunicated; and that any Metropolitan 92 8”,9 | layman or a monk, let him be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LX; cc. II and 93 8”,9 | layman or a monk, let him be excommunicated. See also Ap. c. LX.~ ~ ~ 94 8”,13 | or laymen, that they be excommunicated, on the ground that they 95 8”,13 | monks or laymen let them be excommunicated, as persons condemned on 96 8”,23 | Why, they ought even to be excommunicated in case they fail to accept 97 8”,23 | same misconduct shall be excommunicated, according to this Canon.~ ~ [ 98 8”,23 | who do such things are all excommunicated by the present Ecumenical


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