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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | Patriarch Dositheos of Jerusalem (1669-1707) sent a copy 2 1 | of Antioch, Macarius of Jerusalem, Eusebius of Nicomedia, 3 1 | right of the bishops of Jerusalem to enjoy certain honours. ~ 4 1”,6 | Concerning the Patriarch of Jerusalem the present Council devote 5 1”,6 | of Constantinople and of Jerusalem; and that of metropolitans 6 1”,7 | Bishop of Aelia (i.e., of Jerusalem)[10] to be specially honored 7 1”,7 | Straton, to whom, as they say, Jerusalem was subject. That is to 8 1”,7 | bestowed a special honor on Jerusalem. This is tantamount to saying 9 1”,7 | sanction the granting to Jerusalem not only of patriarchal 10 1”,7 | consecrated to the metropolis of Jerusalem, so as to provide for its 11 1”,7 | Witnesses to the fact that Jerusalem was a metropolis are both 12 1”,7 | the Apostolic throne of Jerusalem not only stands first in 13 1”,7 | ordained Dion bishop of Jerusalem when Narcissus departed. 14 1”,7 | Secondly, because the Bishop of Jerusalem was the first to sign at 15 1”,7 | others. But the Bishop of Jerusalem always comes first among 16 1”,7 | But even if we grant that Jerusalem was subject to Caesarea, 17 1”,7 | what is not a fact) that Jerusalem was subject to Caesarea, 18 1”,7 | subject to Caesarea, after Jerusalem was honored by being made 19 1”,7 | it became subordinate to Jerusalem, since it is merely a metropolis, 20 1”,7 | merely a metropolis, while Jerusalem is a patriarchate (i.e., 21 2 | Antioch, Cyril the bishop of Jerusalem, Gregory the Theologian 22 2”,3 | Alexandria, and the bishop of Jerusalem is after the bishop of Antioch, 23 3 | presbyter, and Juvenal of Jerusalem, and Memnon of Ephesus. 24 4 | and Juvenal the Bishop of Jerusalem, acting as legates of the 25 5 | representing Eustochius of Jerusalem. The Council anathematized 26 6 | representing the Archbishop of Jerusalem. There were also present 27 7 | Anastasius the Patriarch of Jerusalem, and George the Patriarch 28 7”,31| God and first hierarch of Jerusalem,[162] as well as St. Basil 29 7”,35| Antioch fourth, and the one of Jerusalem fifth, solely in the matter 30 7”,93| nor by the earth, nor by Jerusalem, nor by our own head; but, 31 8 | of Antioch, and Elias of Jerusalem.[260] The monks also exercised 32 8”,23| first catechism of Cyril of Jerusalem. But perhaps from these 33 8”,23| of Antioch, and that of Jerusalem. These bishops were called 34 8”,23| Antioch, and the letter j for Jerusalem. But because of the fact 35 8”,23| 18) the city was named Jerusalem because Melchisedec, who 36 8”,23| city, in allusion thereto, Jerusalem, because it had previously 37 8”,23| which became corrupted to Jerusalem. Howbeit, the name Jerusalem 38 8”,23| Jerusalem. Howbeit, the name Jerusalem is wholly Hebrew, and denotes “ 39 8”,23| Though formerly called Jerusalem, the city was subsequently 40 8”,23| of Hadrian, who renamed Jerusalem Aelian, according to Theodoret 41 8”,23| the Lord shed tears over Jerusalem. Notice also in the discourse 42 8”,23| specifically, of Antioch and Jerusalem.” These facts having been 43 8”,23| which they even called Jerusalem.~ ~ [66] For it was in 44 8”,23| the faith of Sophronius of Jerusalem) before giving birth, and 45 8”,23| Orthodoxy. Sophronius of Jerusalem also writes about this letter 46 8”,23| gall, wine with mud, and Jerusalem with Samaria. Thus he says 47 8”,23| removed from the Temple of Jerusalem, and which actually killed 48 8”,23| others to the Bishop of Jerusalem, the dioceses of Asia, of 49 8”,23| Alexandria, of Antioch, and of Jerusalem, and, in fact, all Patriarchs 50 8”,23| directions of Nectarius of Jerusalem; afterwards, he ought to 51 8”,23| Syntagmation of Chrysanthus of Jerusalem), adds also a third habit, 52 8”,23| Euchologion, Symeon, Cyril of Jerusalem, Dorotheus, and Sozomen ( 53 8”,23| Euchologion, Symeon, and Cyril of Jerusalem. These are the vestments 54 8”,23| according to Symeon and Cyril of Jerusalem, innocence and humility, 55 8”,23| denotes, according to Cyril of Jerusalem, that the world must be 56 8”,23| angels, according to Cyril of Jerusalem. This is confirmed by the 57 8”,23| served as Patriarchs in Jerusalem, who asserts that it is 58 8”,23| served as Patriarchs in Jerusalem, page 526); or else it was 59 8”,23| ch. 3) and Chrysanthus of Jerusalem (in his Geography) the day 60 8”,23| clearly described by Cyril of Jerusalem (Catech. Mystag. 5), who 61 8”,23| Hagarenes. For the Patriarch of Jerusalem (whom Dositheus calls Theodore, 62 8”,23| thousand miles away from Jerusalem. Worse woes were suffered 63 8”,23| Sophronius in the Council held in Jerusalem; and Andrew Cretes paraphrases


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