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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | the first four ecumenical councils has an obvious interest 2 Intro | canonical legislation of the Councils of Nicea, Constantinople, 3 Intro | The canons issued by these councils constitute the core of Church 4 Intro | the first four ecumenical councils, it appears quite clear 5 Intro | the canons issued by the Councils of Nicea, Constantinople, 6 Intro | as well as of those local councils accepted by these ecumenical 7 Intro | those of the ecumenical councils and the general councils 8 Intro | councils and the general councils of 861 and 879-880. Zonaras 9 Intro | the canons of the local councils and of the Holy Fathers 10 Intro | the first four ecumenical councils are still of scholarly interest. 11 Intro | work on The History of the Councils, published in seven volumes 12 Intro | the first four Ecumenical Councils undoubtedly constitutes 13 Intro | the first four ecumenical councils the investigator does not 14 Intro | those of the ecumenical councils were considered to have 15 Intro | disciplinary ruling issued by the Councils of Ephesus and Chalcedon, 16 Intro | the first four ecumenical councils found in Fonti is that of 17 1”,8 | to Eusebius, and by the councils held in Carthage in the 18 1”,8 | time of Cyprian, and by the councils held against him in Antioch 19 1”,14| justifiably wonder why the councils impose penances upon sinful 20 1”,14| contradicting the Canons of the Councils; but what he really said 21 1”,14| being catechized. So the Councils on this account penance 22 2 | of the collection of the Councils) and in the fifth act of 23 2 | held in Nicaea, yet the Councils held thereafter accepted 24 2 | of the First and Second Councils as a single Creed. As to 25 3 | First and Second Ecumenical Councils, or even add anything thereto, 26 3 | local synods and regional councils, and especially from the 27 3”,1 | left in ignorance of the Councils regulations regarding them, 28 4”,1 | Canons, and the Canons of Councils and Synods held theretofore, 29 4”,29| of the Collection of the Councils) that Photius, the Bishop 30 4”,30| of the Collection of the Councils.[115] See also Ap. cc. XX 31 5 | to the Collection of the Councils (p. 261 of vol. ii), in 32 5 | the second volume of the Councils).~ ~ ~ ~ 33 6 | the second volume of the Councils). The Fathers who attended 34 7 | of the Collection of the Councils). Pope Gregory in his letter 35 7”,1 | holy and ecumenical six Councils which were held before this 36 7”,1 | dogmas of the said holy Councils, and the times and places, 37 7”,2 | the holy and Ecumenical Councils (preceding it), the present 38 7”,2 | four (previous) Ecumenical Councils. c) Those of the regional 39 7”,2 | c) Those of the regional Councils and local Synods named.[ 40 7”,8 | prescribing that synods or councils of the Bishops in each province 41 7”,8 | impossible to hold synods or councils twice a year, it has seemed 42 7”,8 | commands that two synods or councils be held in each province 43 7”,19| adopted and confirmed by Councils and the dogmas of the faith, 44 8”,1 | the six holy Ecumenical Councils and of the ones assembled 45 8”,1 | those of the six ecumenical councils and of the regional councils, 46 8”,1 | councils and of the regional councils, and those of the individual 47 8”,2 | the Canons of the sacred Councils, in order that, by acting 48 8”,6 | decrees that inasmuch as two Councils of bishops cannot be held 49 8”,23| ecumenical and regional councils commonly blame and place 50 8”,23| of ecumenical and common councils ought to be respected by 51 8”,23| and assemble ecumenical councils. For, behold, the present 52 8”,23| belief, and assembled various councils and synods in the West and 53 8”,23| places in the records of the councils and synods, as in those 54 8”,23| in the Third and Fourth Councils, we reply that it was condemned, 55 8”,23| he relates about the holy Councils. For in the reign of Emperor 56 8”,23| First and Second Ecumenical Councils, but out of reverence for 57 8”,23| the second volume of the Councils). This is the same thing 58 8”,23| to the Collection of the Councils, and these include the second 59 8”,23| of the Collection of the Councils from page 357 to page 654, 60 8”,23| Council was held, not only by councils and synods and bishops, 61 8”,23| all of them in general, councils as well as everyone else 62 8”,23| and none of the Ecumenical Councils following the Third added 63 8”,23| Assuredly it was because the Councils were so reverently disposed 64 8”,23| emulation of the sacred Councils, to have been respected 65 8”,23| the evidence for this? The Councils, which accepted the Creed 66 8”,23| of the First and Second Councils, or rather the Creed.” That 67 8”,23| of succeeding Ecumenical Councils, which command that the 68 8”,23| charge of all ecclesiastical councils and synods, we retort as 69 8”,23| of the First and Second Councils, and with the transactions 70 8”,23| of the First and Second Councils were read aloud, they shouted, “ 71 8”,23| and teachings of both the Councils (including Synods) and the 72 8”,23| not by any Canons of the Councils or of the Fathers of the 73 8”,23| of the Collection of the Councils, and page 347 ibid.), and 74 8”,23| for? Even two or three Councils, and not a single one only; 75 8”,23| all the Fathers of so many Councils, and especially Popes Leo 76 8”,23| of the Collection of the Councils), counts this among the 77 8”,23| this among the Ecumenical Councils. Thirdly, because in its 78 8”,23| many local and regional Councils and Synods, were it not 79 8”,23| constituent feature, of Ecumenical Councils. Fifthly, and lastly, because 80 8”,23| peculiar token of Ecumenical Councils, as we said in the prologue 81 8”,23| what the Fifth and Sixth Councils failed to provide — that 82 8”,23| ecclesiastical polity, such as those Councils failed to promulgate — yet, 83 8”,23| 748 of the Collection of Councils), and in writing to Emperor 84 8”,23| by the Collection of the Councils, on page 698 thereof; and 85 8”,23| enumerated those Canons of Councils and Fathers which were in 86 8”,23| local Synods and regional Councils held in the West that agreed 87 8”,23| Canons of the Ecumenical Councils. And, in genera!, just as 88 8”,23| and correct in what the Councils held in the West have declared, 89 8”,23| local Synods and regional Councils held in the West erred and 90 8”,23| to obey the (Ecumenical) Councils, like any other prelate, 91 8”,23| to the lead of previous Councils. See concerning the privileges 92 8”,23| of the Collection of the Councils. See also in the Prolegomena 93 8”,23| in his Collection of the Councils, vol. II, says that this 94 8”,23| writer concerning the seven Councils calls him Politianus, with 95 8”,23| sculptured figures. But also the councils held by the iconomachs, 96 8”,23| the Canons of the seven Councils and their dogmas with the 97 8”,23| Ecumenical (and two regional) Councils, and so many other Saints, 98 8”,23| seven holy and Ecumenical Councils which convened for the purpose


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