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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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province

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | semiannual synods in each province. However, in the face of 2 1”,4 | installed by all those in his province. But if such a thing is 3 1”,4 | it be entrusted in each province to the Metropolitan.~(Ap. 4 1”,4 | by all the bishops in the province whenever this is feasible; 5 1”,4 | the metropolitan of each province as the supreme authority.[ 6 1”,5 | bishops in each particular province, let the opinion prevail 7 1”,5 | year twice a year in each province and in a common discussion 8 1”,5 | by all the Bishops of the province assembled together for this 9 1”,5 | bishops of any particular province, let the opinion prevail 10 1”,5 | excommunicated by the bishops of one province must not be admitted to 11 1”,5 | synods twice a year in each province, and to assemble all the 12 2”,2 | not go beyond their own province to carry out an ordination 13 2”,2 | evident that the synod of each province will confine itself to the 14 2”,2 | affairs of that particular province, in accordance with the 15 2”,2 | of them may serve his own province and diocese, and not interfere 16 2”,2 | synod of each particular province shall manage the ecclesiastical 17 2”,2 | ecclesiastical matters of each province of the metropolitans, whether 18 2”,2 | effect that the synod of each province (of the metropolitan, that 19 2”,2 | govern the affairs of each province, respectively. As for the 20 2”,6 | before all the Bishops of the province and before them to prove 21 2”,6 | bishops of that particular province. But if the synod of the 22 2”,6 | But if the synod of the province cannot dispose of such a 23 3”,1 | any Metropolitan of the province has apostatized from the 24 3”,1 | against the Bishops of the province, being already expelled 25 3”,1 | the very Bishops of the province and by surrounding Metropolitans 26 3”,2 | case any bishops from the province of Antiocheia have absented 27 3”,8 | God-beloved Bishops of the province of the Cypriotes Zeno and 28 3”,8 | shall take hold of any other province that was not formerly and 29 3”,8 | that the rights of every province, formerly and from the beginning 30 3”,8 | and appropriate any other province that has not formerly and 31 3”,8 | matter of ancient custom each province has been entitled to. Accordingly, 32 3”,8 | was bishop of Pamphylia, a province in Attaleia. But after becoming 33 3”,8 | him bishop in some vacant province.[79]~ ~ ~ ~ 34 4 | the representation of his province. Besides all these matters, 35 4”,5 | from going from one city or province to another city or province. 36 4”,5 | province to another city or province. Read them also in Ap. cc. 37 4”,6 | in which the name of the province is pronounced aloud in the 38 4”,9 | tried by the Synod of the province. But if any Bishop or Clergyman 39 4”,9 | Metropolitan of the same province, let him apply either to 40 4”,9 | before the Synod of the province. When, again, a bishop or 41 4”,12| contrived to divide one province into two, contrary to the 42 4”,12| Metropolitans in one and the same province. The holy Council has therefore 43 4”,12| virtually divided the one province and metropolis into two, 44 4”,12| and the bishops of that province were hence led to quarrel 45 4”,17| country parishes, in any province, they shall remain in the 46 4”,17| complain to the Synod of the province. But if anyone has been 47 4”,17| these parishes in every province that the present Canon commands 48 4”,17| considered by the Synod of the province. If, again, anyone should 49 4”,17| complain to the Synod of the province,” while it incorporates 50 4”,19| convention somewhere in each province, wherever the Bishop of 51 4”,19| meet twice a year in each province wherever the Metropolitan 52 4”,28| with the Bishops of the province, shall ordain the Bishops 53 4”,28| ordain the Bishops of the province, just as is prescribed by 54 4”,28| with the bishops of the province, just as the divine Canons 55 7 | the Bishop of Gortyna, a province in Crete, a certain Bishop 56 7”,8 | councils of the Bishops in each province must be held every year, 57 7”,8 | naturally arise in every province, to last from the festival 58 7”,8 | councils be held in each province every year. But inasmuch 59 7”,8 | means once a year in each province (or eparchy), for the purpose 60 7”,8 | the Metropolitan of each province (or eparchy) may deem it 61 7”,12| name Africa to a particular province contained therein, according 62 7”,20| and publicly in a foreign province, without the consent, that 63 7”,24| before the Synod of the province.~(c. XVII of the 4th; c. 64 7”,38| departed from his eparchy (or province) together with his laity 65 7”,38| manner is the Hellespontian province, or eparchy, subject to 66 7”,47| away from his eparchy, or province, by which expression it 67 7”,69| and deed within her own province at home; but she is not 68 8”,3 | installed by all those in his province. But if such a thing is 69 8”,3 | it be entrusted in each province to the Metropolitan.”~(Ap. 70 8”,6 | held twice a year in each province through an assembly of Bishops, 71 8”,21| monastery belonging to another province and makes him a cleric, 72 8”,23| done in each particular province must be left to the Metropolitan, 73 8”,23| c. LXII of Carth. B) the province of a Metropolitan, according 74 8”,23| saying that if the synod of a province tries a case, the Patriarch 75 8”,23| mentions only the Synod of the province the Synod of the diocese, 76 8”,23| to preside over the whole province of the Hellespontians, too, 77 8”,23| to resign from their own province, but yet to retain the honor 78 8”,23| deposes anyone that leaves his province for more than six months, 79 8”,23| forbid anyone to resign his province altogether. Though that 80 8”,23| his resignation from the province; and as having resigned 81 8”,23| upon the one resigning his province, but upon the one who goes 82 8”,23| one who goes indeed to his province, but on account of the withdrawal 83 8”,23| those who resign from their province without any calamitous reason, 84 8”,23| compel him to take back his province, on the ground that he had 85 8”,23| wishing to resign from his province offers the pretext that 86 8”,23| prelate’s resigning from his province, excepting only this, that 87 8”,23| the Metropolitan of the province (since a Diocese comprises


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