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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | 1143, Alexis Aristenos, deacon and nomophylax of the Great 2 Intro | reconciliation.14~ While he was still deacon and nomophylax in Constantinople, 3 1 | the members was a young deacon, Athanasius of Alexandria, 4 1”,3 | any Bishop or Presbyter or Deacon, and anyone else at all 5 1”,3 | any bishop or presbyter or deacon or any other clergyman to 6 1”,8 | presbyter, a presbyter; and a deacon, a deacon. However, a bishop 7 1”,8 | presbyter; and a deacon, a deacon. However, a bishop shall 8 1”,9 | more. Likewise if even a deacon has thus sinned, and has 9 1”,9 | Likewise in the case of a deacon that has been ordained in 10 1”,11| Holy Scriptures until the deacon pronounces the words “All 11 1”,11| the catechumens when the deacon pronounces the words “all 12 1”,15| Bishop or a Presbyter or a Deacon to go from one city to another. 13 1”,15| a Bishop or Presbyter or Deacon to go from one city to another. 14 1”,15| the Bishop or Presbyter or Deacon shall be restored to his 15 1”,18| i.e., in Greek the word deacon signifies servant, just 16 1”,18| minister in English); for deacon (as a Greek word) really 17 1”,18| For it commands that any deacon that has the audacity to 18 1”,18| of Laodicea says that a deacon must not sit in front of 19 2”,6 | any bishop or presbyter or deacon or clergyman shall forfeit 20 2”,6 | decrees that if a presbyter or deacon deposed by his own bishop, 21 4”,2 | Chorepiscopus, Presbyter, Deacon, or any one on the roll 22 4”,6 | either a Presbyter or a Deacon, nor anything else at all 23 4”,6 | henceforth neither a priest nor a deacon nor any other ecclesiastic 24 4”,6 | so-and-so a Presbyter or Deacon of such or such a church, 25 4”,6 | during the ordination of a deacon or presbyter today the name 26 4”,9 | shall choose six, and the deacon three, bishops from neighboring 27 4”,9 | any bishop or presbyter or deacon, according to c. CXVIII 28 4”,9 | accused is a presbyter, or a deacon, or a clergyman, or an abbot, 29 6 | presbyters, together with John, a deacon, who acted as exarchs of 30 7”,3 | Bishop, or a Presbyter, or a Deacon, or anything else in the 31 7”,3 | Bishop, or a Presbyter, or a Deacon, or anything else in the 32 7”,4 | Bishop, or Presbyter, or Deacon, or Subdeacon, or Anagnost ( 33 7”,6 | henceforth no Subdeacon, or Deacon, or Presbyter at all, after 34 7”,6 | Clergy as a Subdeacon, or a Deacon, or Presbyter previous to 35 7”,6 | now on no Subdeacon, or Deacon, or Presbyter, after being 36 7”,6 | being ordained a subdeacon, deacon, or presbyter.~ ~ ~ 37 7”,7 | ecclesiastical position, a Deacon may happen to be, he must 38 7”,7 | Presbyters, henceforth no deacon, in whatever ecclesiastical 39 7”,7 | Presbyters, not because he is a deacon, but because he is acting 40 7”,7 | Metropolitan, as we have said. Any deacon that, assuming tyrannical 41 7”,10| Bishop, or Presbyter, or Deacon who takes interest, or what 42 7”,10| or any presbyter, or any deacon, that charges interest on 43 7”,13| ordained a Subdeacon, or a Deacon, or a Presbyter, let him 44 7”,13| any Presbyter, we mean, or Deacon, or Subdeacon — to abstain 45 7”,13| Likewise, if any Presbyter or Deacon expel his own wife on the 46 7”,13| worthy to become a Subdeacon, Deacon, or Presbyter, let him become 47 7”,14| teaching. Likewise, let no Deacon be ordained before he is 48 7”,14| can anyone be ordained a deacon until he has reached the 49 7”,14| the age of thirty, nor a deacon below the age of twenty-five, 50 7”,22| Bishop, or a Presbyter, or a Deacon, that imparts of the intemerate 51 7”,22| bishop, or presbyter, or deacon[150] shall demand money 52 7”,57| Bishop, or a Presbyter, or a Deacon is present. Let anyone that 53 7”,57| Bishop, or Presbyter, or Deacon, that is to say, is not 54 7”,79| Bishop, or Presbyter, or Deacon, or anyone else on the list 55 7”,79| any bishop, presbyter, or deacon, or any clergyman in general, 56 8”,3 | of a presbyter, or of a deacon made by (civil) rulers shall 57 8”,3 | of a presbyter, or of a deacon that is made by authority 58 8”,5 | bishop, or presbyter, or deacon gain possession (of this 59 8”,5 | Auxiliary Bishop, Presbyter, Deacon, or anyone on the roll of 60 8”,9 | Bishop, a Presbyter, or a Deacon, let him be deposed from 61 8”,9 | bishop, a presbyter, or a deacon, let him be deposed from 62 8”,23| to ordain a presbyter or deacon without the consent of the 63 8”,23| additional inclusion “or Deacon,” as is mentioned in the 64 8”,23| Neither is it licit for a Deacon to offer sacrifice, or to 65 8”,23| he is nothing more than a deacon, without having any other 66 8”,23| later by a Presbyter and Deacon, according to c. XIV of 67 8”,23| appear to carry out the male deacon's service in the liturgy 68 8”,23| head with holy oil, and the deacon only their forehead, she 69 8”,23| underneath the maphorion a deacon’s stole (or scarf), bringing 70 8”,23| presbyter sinned, nor that the deacon did so. The blame for all 71 8”,23| permission to a subdeacon or deacon to marry after ordination: 72 8”,23| anyone gives permission for a deacon to marry after ordination, 73 8”,23| the catechumens when the deacon called out “Approach, ye 74 8”,23| celebrated the liturgy, the deacon takes the mysteries from 75 8”,23| priests. This function of the deacon consisted chiefly and properly 76 8”,23| book VIII, ch. 13). Let the deacon, it says, hold the chalice, 77 8”,23| wipe their mouths on the deacon’s orarion, which need was 78 8”,23| place, used the hands of the Deacon instead of a holy table 79 8”,23| as for the Gospels, the deacon or the president read them, 80 8”,23| according to Mauritius, the deacon of the great Church who 81 8”,23| say, there is no priest or deacon present.~ ~ [183] But here 82 8”,23| every church had also its deacon. Hence, in accordance with 83 8”,23| the divine body, while the deacon, standing near, with the 84 8”,23| 257] Epiphanius, the Deacon of Catana, in the eparchy 85 8”,23| Council replied through Deacon Epiphanius, by asserting


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