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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,1 | excised by barbarians, let him remain in the clergy. But if anyone 2 1”,5 | the opinion prevail and remain in force and effect which 3 1”,5 | excommunicated, by him, let them remain excommunicated, in accordance 4 1”,8 | laid upon them, to let them remain in the clergy. Above all, 5 1”,8 | or in cities, they shall remain in the same habit (or order). 6 1”,8 | received, and be allowed to remain in their clergy, those, 7 1”,8 | is to say, a bishop shall remain a bishop; a presbyter, a 8 1”,8 | However, a bishop shall remain a bishop where there is 9 1”,11| Christ is under obligation to remain all his life long with the “ 10 1”,16| holy orders, but are to remain idle, or interdicted. But 11 1”,18| eliminated, and let deacons remain within their bounds, or, 12 2”,1 | Bithynia, but to let it remain sovereign, and that every 13 2”,1 | Nicaea, Bithynia, should remain solid and inviolable, and 14 3”,5 | right and just that they too remain without benefit and that 15 3”,5 | that all such persons shall remain without the benefit of any 16 3”,8 | Council for that civil law to remain invalid and ineffective.[ 17 3”,8 | could not be left open and remain without anyone to look after 18 4”,1 | that is to say, should remain valid and enforceable.~ 19 4”,1 | Fathers of the Church should remain confirmed. See also what 20 4”,4 | fasting and praying, and shall remain in those monasteries wherein 21 4”,4 | order that the monks may remain quiet and free from temptation; 22 4”,5 | the Holy Fathers should remain in effect and be enforced.~( 23 4”,5 | that those Canons shall remain valid which were issued 24 4”,8 | monasteries or martyries, let them remain under the authority of the 25 4”,8 | churches of martyrs, they must remain always subject to the bishop 26 4”,16| their reasoning powers to remain virgins; and after being 27 4”,16| about it actually agree to remain virgins, in accordance with 28 4”,16| that the marriage tie may remain indissoluble, but, on the 29 4”,17| any province, they shall remain in the undisputed possession 30 4”,17| present Canon commands to remain inalienable and indetachable 31 4”,19| who, instead of doing so, remain at home in their respective 32 4”,24| the Bishop, they are to remain Monasteries perpetually, 33 4”,24| Council, q.v.), they are to remain monasteries forever, and 34 4”,24| articles and real estate are to remain inalienable from the churches 35 4”,30| be excused and allowed to remain upon the like habit in the 36 4”,30| them time within which to remain as they were, undeposed, 37 4”,30| decreed that they should remain as they were and demanded 38 7”,1 | down to us shall be and remain exempt from any and every 39 7”,1 | this important point to remain hidden under a bushel of 40 7”,1 | the age, and that it shall remain immutable and unaltered, 41 7”,1 | decree that the faith shall remain firm and sure, and immutable 42 7”,8 | who, instead of doing so, remain at home in their respective 43 7”,8 | As for any bishops that remain in their bishoprics, and 44 7”,13| those in holy orders to remain solid and inseverable, without 45 7”,21| getting more painful, yet we remain insensible and break the 46 7”,24| belonging to each church are to remain immutably assigned to the 47 7”,31| Matt. 26:29). Lest they remain henceforth in ignorance 48 7”,40| quietly rest themselves and remain quiet for a year outside 49 7”,48| approval of a Bishop shall remain Monasteries unto perpetuity, 50 7”,65| during this week ought to remain in the churches, taking 51 7”,69| Apostle, “let your women remain silent. For it has not been 52 7”,69| churches let your women remain silent. For it has not been 53 7”,86| polluting herself she shall remain polluted” (Jer. 3:1); and 54 7”,92| be better if she should remain as she is. If the soldier 55 8”,1 | them, it is plain that they remain unwavering and rigid. For 56 8”,3 | by (civil) rulers shall remain void in accordance with 57 8”,3 | power of civil rulers shall remain void and invalid; and that 58 8”,5 | deadly sin when any sinners remain incorrigible. But what is 59 8”,12| any such transfer is to remain invalid and of no effect, 60 8”,19| leave, those things are to remain in the monastery, in accordance 61 8”,19| that these things are to remain inalienable from the monastery[ 62 8”,20| monks and nuns must not remain together (Photius, Title 63 8”,23| laying a hand on him, let him remain thereafter in the flock.” 64 8”,23| from the use of the verbremaincontained in the letter), 65 8”,23| it reasonable for men to remain in the ministry after they 66 8”,23| he, one ought either to remain a virgin in reality or to 67 8”,23| cannot discard the habit and remain any longer in the world. 68 8”,23| their parents by force shall remain valid by virtue of the consent 69 8”,23| command that a marriage remain indissoluble. But since 70 8”,23| declares that a marriage must remain indissoluble; and it also 71 8”,23| who have married twice to remain in holy orders provided 72 8”,23| words, officiate, but may remain entitled to all other privileges — 73 8”,23| prerogatives which it says are to remain unaffected, they are: a) 74 8”,23| convinced that she can safely remain a virgin henceforth, whereas 75 8”,23| agreement. 2) She ought to remain unmarried forever thereafter. 76 8”,23| admit them tell them to remain in peaceful marriage, to 77 8”,23| she ought thenceforth to remain forever unmarried, that 78 8”,23| same as saying, let her remain unmarried for the rest of 79 8”,23| married thereafter and to remain unmarried throughout the 80 8”,23| instead, prove brave and remain patient, receive the halo 81 8”,23| to be wedded, in order to remain unharmed by any such binding ( 82 8”,23| to these personages might remain remembered forever, and 83 8”,23| printed characters will remain legible no matter how old 84 8”,23| For so silent must she remain,” he says, “that not merely 85 8”,23| commands that nobody shall remain even when alive in the “ 86 8”,23| more ought the dead not remain in the church, teeming as 87 8”,23| parties ought either to remain single or become reconciliated 88 8”,23| another husband, but must remain as she is. For she is free 89 8”,23| read, servants ought to remain silent, no matter how high 90 8”,23| anyone should happen to remain for a short time, say for 91 8”,23| another, his belongings must remain in the first monastery. 92 8”,23| anyone consecrates must remain with the monastery. For


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