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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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priest

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | St. Basil, writing to a priest to order him to stop living 2 1”,9 | a barrier to becoming a priest.~ ~ ~ 3 1”,10 | how can anyone become a priest that is prevented according 4 1”,14 | mystically”) and had had the priest lay his hand upon them, 5 2”,7 | Narthex of the church, the priest meantime laying his hand 6 4”,6 | that henceforth neither a priest nor a deacon nor any other 7 4”,29 | person cannot be even a priest. If, on the other hand, 8 7”,3 | God and victim and high priest, and eliminate the hatred 9 7”,25 | which prescribes that that priest who unwittingly marries 10 7”,25 | So, inasmuch as such a priest is destitute of that sanctity, 11 7”,27 | henceforth commands that no priest shall do this,[154] but, 12 7”,31 | too. So if any bishop or priest in the divine service of 13 7”,100| Lord in a vessel, and any priest who may impart it in any 14 8”,2 | reject thee from acting as my priest” (Hos. 4:6).~ (c. XXIV of 15 8”,2 | too will spurn thee as a priest of mine.”~ ~Concord.~In 16 8”,4 | suspending or excommunicating any priest or clergyman, or closing 17 8”,5 | be corrected by the chief priest with a suitable severer 18 8”,5 | ordained a clergyman or a priest is to receive the penalties 19 8”,14 | if he is a Presbyter (or Priest). Likewise also in accordance 20 8”,14 | monastery, provided he is a priest and has been made an abbot 21 8”,23 | the old. For thus the high priest used to accept by imposition 22 8”,23 | affected by the life of the priest” (Discourse 8 on 1Cor., 23 8”,23 | and told him to fetch a priest. The boy went to the presbyter. 24 8”,23 | was night-time. But the priest happened to be ill, so that 25 8”,23 | life with a good hope, the priest gave the boy a portion of 26 8”,23 | person is such a one, the priest ought with a prayer to seal 27 8”,23 | dying, he says that if a priest absolves from their sins 28 8”,23 | blessing of a prelate, or of a priest, nor to commence any ceremony 29 8”,23 | that is to say); but the priest is not to take a contribution 30 8”,23 | been rightly and through a priest consecrated to God, as, 31 8”,23 | Abiathar) the prelate (or high priest), when about to give the 32 8”,23 | And David answered the priest, and said unto him, Of a 33 8”,23 | view of the fact that a priest is ordained to act as the 34 8”,23 | second time cannot become a priest.~  ~[144] See also St. 35 8”,23 | communion from the prelate or priest after the deacons. See also 36 8”,23 | that after the prelate or priest has celebrated the liturgy, 37 8”,23 | laity, not that he is a priest, but as one ministering 38 8”,23 | the case. 1) Because if a priest who has unwittingly fallen 39 8”,23 | Neoeaesarea does say that a priest who has committed a carnal 40 8”,23 | the Canon says for such a priest not to officiate, together 41 8”,23 | right to retain the name of priest, according to Balsamon. 42 8”,23 | have been blessed by the priest: 1) because further above 43 8”,23 | Reply 13, asserts that a priest is sinning who celebrates 44 8”,23 | and hands and arms of the priest are more precious and more 45 8”,23 | oratories; to wit, that the priest must first make the offertory 46 8”,23 | lukewarm, in order that the priest himself and the others, 47 8”,23 | the Great Entrance, the priest must make a second union ( 48 8”,23 | and other matter by the priest in a holy vessel, and be 49 8”,23 | sacred vestments of the priest, which are luxurious and 50 8”,23 | chalices are washed. As for the priest who spilled the elements, 51 8”,23 | suspended for a time, unless a priest is not available to replace 52 8”,23 | in case it be due to the priest’s negligence, he is to be 53 8”,23 | advantage by preventing the priest from officiating uninterruptedly, 54 8”,23 | occasion to prevent the priest from exercising the liturgical 55 8”,23 | according to Coresius), the priest ought not to burn them up 56 8”,23 | Reply 83) says that if the priest happens to forget to make 57 8”,23 | been read to them by the priest in which he thanks God for 58 8”,23 | brought out by what the priest says, to wit: “Our brother 59 8”,23 | having been thus stated, the priest ought to bless the epanorrason, 60 8”,23 | account of the absence of a priest, he received permission 61 8”,23 | that is to say, there is no priest or deacon present.~ ~ [ 62 8”,23 | good luck, by having the priest sanctify their house, and 63 8”,23 | Apostolic tradition, the priest would give the divine body, 64 8”,23 | made it hard for the same priest to administer them separately, 65 8”,23 | or bishop, and not a mere priest. As for a small dedication, 66 8”,23 | carried out even by a reverent priest who is experienced at the 67 8”,23 | deposed from office, but a priest in general ordains no one


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