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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,1 | many such persons as are laymen not even one must henceforth 2 1”,5 | regard to clergymen and laymen who have been excommunicated 3 1”,16 | Mysteries, not with the laymen and faithful in the church ( 4 1”,16 | offenders from communion with laymen in the church), but with 5 1”,19 | examined without fail among the laymen.~(Ap. c. XLVII; c. II of 6 1”,19 | examined without fail among the laymen,” notwithstanding that these 7 1”,19 | ought to be reckoned as laymen, because just as those clergymen 8 2”,6 | clergy or to the ranks of laymen, neither shall these persons 9 2”,6 | from the clergymen or the laymen. As for those, however, 10 3”,1 | bishops, or even to the laymen, that are Orthodox, that 11 3”,6 | entirely, while if they be laymen, they are to be excluded 12 3”,6 | excommunicated if they are laymen.~ ~ ~ 13 3”,7 | Clericate; but if they are Laymen, they shall be anathematized. 14 3”,7 | Bishops or Clergymen or Laymen, in the act of believing 15 3”,7 | clericate, respectively, but if laymen they shall be anathematized. 16 3”,7 | respectively; but if they be laymen, they are to be anathematized, 17 4”,8 | but if they are monks or laymen, let them be excluded from 18 4”,8 | but if they are monks or laymen, they are to be excommunicated. 19 4”,8 | clergymen and monks, say also laymen further below? In order 20 4”,8 | In order to expose those laymen on whose boldness and protection 21 4”,13 | their past life; though as laymen that may commune there. 22 4”,21 | 21.~ Clergymen or laymen accusing Bishops or Clergymen 23 4”,21 | that those clergymen or laymen who accuse bishops or clergymen 24 4”,24 | and excommunicates those laymen and monks who have seized 25 4”,27 | own rank, but if they are laymen, they shall be anathematized.~( 26 4”,27 | encouragement; or if they be laymen, it anathematizes them, 27 7”,3 | altogether and to be made laymen. All those, on the other 28 7”,4 | nun; but it excommunicates laymen who do this or have done 29 7”,5 | office; but if they are laymen let them be excommunicated.~( 30 7”,5 | office; but if they are laymen, let them be excommunicated. 31 7”,20 | thrust into the status of laymen, if with a view to returning 32 7”,20 | and have to stand with the laymen, on account of canonical 33 7”,26 | speaks of both clergymen and laymen in general who are wearing 34 7”,30 | bishop is to be deposed, and laymen who have joined with him 35 7”,30 | church; and it excommunicates laymen who have joined in communion 36 7”,41 | cities and associate with laymen and women, and insult their 37 7”,55 | office; but if they are laymen, let them be excommunicated.~ ~ 38 7”,55 | office, but if they are laymen, let them be excommunicated. 39 7”,57 | Let no one ranked among Laymen administer the divine Mysteries 40 7”,57 | function of priests, not of laymen. So for this reason the 41 7”,60 | present Canon is provided for laymen only, as much for those 42 7”,61 | deposed from office; but if laymen, that they be excommunicated.~ ~ 43 7”,64 | connection, it excommunicates laymen guilty of the same offense. 44 7”,73 | prohibits bishops, clerics, and laymen from holding banquets except 45 7”,73 | those in holy orders and laymen shall not take any portions 46 7”,73 | clerics and excommunicates laymen who bring any domestic animal 47 7”,79 | these words with regard to laymen only, whereas the present 48 7”,80 | but if they happen to be laymen, it excommunicates them.~ ~ ~ 49 7”,85 | from office; but if they be laymen, that they be excommunicated.~ ~ 50 7”,85 | hand, it excommunicates laymen.~ ~ ~ 51 7”,91 | own rank, but if they be laymen, they shall be anathematized.~ ~ 52 7”,100| there prevailed a custom of laymen communing, just like priests, 53 8”,2 | Interpretation.~While all Christian laymen ought to meditate in the 54 8”,13 | or, if they be monks or laymen, that they be excommunicated, 55 8”,13 | in case they are monks or laymen let them be excommunicated, 56 8”,14 | uncanonical. Not only are laymen forbidden to act as Readers 57 8”,17 | observed also as regards laymen and clerics.~(c. IV of the 58 8”,17 | same rule applies also to laymen or clerics if they undertake 59 8”,19 | stand at the head of the laymen, both with respect to the 60 8”,23 | those clergymen, or even laymen, who have strange women 61 8”,23 | All clergymen as well as laymen, and especially monks and 62 8”,23 | canonic, that is to say, that laymen and laywomen live for the 63 8”,23 | bishops and clergymen or laymen that entertain the unholy 64 8”,23 | change their habit and become laymen, are to be reinstated in 65 8”,23 | habit (or garb) and become laymen shall be compelled to wear 66 8”,23 | dropped into the status of laymen (for it would have been 67 8”,23 | them to have stood with laymen with the guise of the Clergy). 68 8”,23 | dropped into the status of laymen. Accordingly, others say 69 8”,23 | confined to the status of laymen — and, be it iterated, if 70 8”,23 | relegated to the status of laymen — which rights are forfeited 71 8”,23 | given to priests, and not to laymen. To do otherwise would be 72 8”,23 | ruinous to the households of laymen who take over monasteries.~ ~ [ 73 8”,23 | custom, I mean, of letting laymen come into the Holy Bema, 74 8”,23 | distinguish between priests and laymen, causes the latter to incur 75 8”,23 | But if it is unlawful for laymen even to enter the Bema, 76 8”,23 | ignorant priests do in having laymen or anagnosts prepare the 77 8”,23 | 252] The manner in which laymen in those days used to take 78 8”,23 | them up, whether they be laymen or clergymen. By “accuracy,” 79 8”,23 | is to be found even among laymen, are indeed a veritable


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