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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,19| XLVII; c. II of the 1st Ec. C.; c. XCV of the 6th; 2 2”,3 | to c. XXXVI of the Sixth Ec. C., there would result 3 2”,3 | XXVIII (i.e., of the Fourth Ec. C). merely confirmed this.[ 4 2”,7 | believes (just as the First Ec. C. demanded this stipulation 5 2”,7 | Canon XIX of the First Ec. C. wants all Paulianists 6 4 | common Creed of the First Ec. Council, held in Nicaea, 7 4”,1 | and Canon I of the Seventh Ec. C., dealing with the same 8 4”,9 | to c. CXVIII of the same Ec. C. of Carthage. Canon LXXXVII 9 4”,12| the First; Ap. c. XXXIV; ec. VI, VII of the First; cc. 10 4”,12| with c. VI of the First Ec. C., which says that one 11 4”,15| Interpretation of c. XIX of the First Ec. C. and the third Footnote 12 4”,17| desuetude after this Fourth Ec. C. was held, as we said 13 4”,17| two sections, the Sixth Ec. C. incorporated in its 14 4”,17| LXXIV, of c. VI of the First Ec. C., and c. IX of the present 15 4”,17| IX of the present Fourth Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 16 4”,21| LXXIV and c. VI of the 2nd Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 17 4”,24| ones mentioned by the 7th Ec. C. in its c. XIII, wherein 18 5 | respective Act of the Seventh Ec. C. See also p. 14 in the 19 7 | were present at the Seventh Ec. C., by the so-called First-and-Second 20 7 | in Act 4 of the Seventh Ec. C.) says in reference to 21 7 | Canons (Act 4 of the Seventh Ec. C., p. 780 of the second 22 7 | read aloud to the Seventh Ec. C. Peter the Bishop of 23 7”,5 | refers to c. III of the First Ec. C. — such persons being 24 7”,5 | also c. III of the First Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 25 7”,7 | also c. XVIII of the First Ec. C.~ ~ 26 7”,21| 4th; c. XXIII of the 6th; ec. IV, V, XIX of the 7th; 27 8 | universal Church. The 7th Ec. C. is recognized by the 28 8”,23| 4th, but after the Fourth Ec. C. such a synod ceased 29 8”,23| metropolitans in the Fourth Ec. C. — an authority which 30 8”,23| Prolegomena of the First Ec. C.).~ ~ [60] In the letter 31 8”,23| short while before the First Ec. C. But it may also be said 32 8”,23| 1 to c. II of the First Ec. C.~ ~ [68] Inevitably, 33 8”,23| Footnote to c. XCV of the Sixth Ec. C., in order to realize 34 8”,23| Prolegomena of the Fourth Ec. C. But note that the Lord’ 35 8”,23| who presided at the First Ec. C.). Again, Basil, in his 36 8”,23| at the time of the Sixth Ec. C. in writing to the Emperors 37 8”,23| definition of the Third Ec. C. which placed under anathema 38 8”,23| definition of the Third Ec. C. ought, in emulation 39 8”,23| that just as the Second Ec. C. did not sin by adding 40 8”,23| imaginery. For the Second Ec. C., possessing the same 41 8”,23| Sardica before the Second Ec. C. forbade anyone to propound 42 8”,23| additions which the Second Ec. C. made to the work of 43 8”,23| in the Creed of the First Ec. C.; for the Third Council 44 8”,23| additions of the Second Ec. C. are properly speaking 45 8”,23| present Canon of the Third Ec. C., and the words of the 46 8”,23| account c. XXXIX of the Sixth Ec. C. calls Cyprus New Justinianopolis. 47 8”,23| is amazing that this 3rd Ec. C. did not reprimand the 48 8”,23| Footnote to c. IX of the First Ec. C. See also the form for 49 8”,23| in the case of the Fourth Ec. C.~ ~ [82] This holy St. 50 8”,23| Orthodoxy in the Fourth Ec. C., so and in like manner 51 8”,23| like manner at the Seventh Ec. C. the letters sent to 52 8”,23| the Preface to the Third Ec. C. But the Fourth Council 53 8”,23| Prolegomena of the First Ec. C.~ ~ [83] By way of giving 54 8”,23| especially by the Seventh Ec. C. in its Act 6.~ ~ [84] 55 8”,23| anathematize the Fourth Ec. C., or because they used 56 8”,23| to Act 6 of the Seventh Ec. C., because they maintained 57 8”,23| 4th, and c. XI of the 7th Ec. C. Defensors were appointed 58 8”,23| as c. VI of the Second Ec. C. says, if anyone dishonors 59 8”,23| not long after this Fourth Ec. Council was held. That 60 8”,23| Footnote to c. VI of the 2nd Ec. C., which spoke about the 61 8”,23| be cudgeled.~ The Sixth Ec. C. makes this same Canon 62 8”,23| Constantinople. 2) Since the Second Ec. C. also in its c. Ill accorded 63 8”,23| from Act 13 of the Fourth Ec. C., many scandals arose 64 8”,23| according to c. XVI of the 7th Ec. C. and c. XXVII of the 65 8”,23| of Antioch at the Sixth Ec. C. in the seventh century 66 8”,23| XXXIV and c. VI of the First Ec. C.~ ~ [115] Note that 67 8”,23| not long after the Sixth Ec. C. admitted and accepted 68 8”,23| recorded in Act 2 of the 7th Ec. C. (page 748 of the Collection 69 8”,23| III of this same Sixth Ec. C. obviously bears witness 70 8”,23| This canon of the Sixth Ec. C. is mentioned also the 71 8”,23| mentioned also the the Seventh Ec. C. in its sixth act and 72 8”,23| explains also why the Seventh Ec. C. (Letter to Alexandria, 73 8”,23| Canon XCVII of the Sixth Ec. C. commands that nobody 74 8”,23| here this Canon of the 2nd Ec. C., which was issued against 75 8”,23| according to Act 6 of this 7th Ec. C. As for those who only 76 8”,23| Nilus, in Act 4 of the 7th Ec. C.3) the fact that they 77 8”,23| of Gordius, and this 7th Ec. C.; 6) because they incite


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