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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,8 | Council, when they have had hands laid upon them, to let them 2 1”,8 | reasonable that they should have hands laid[13] upon them, and 3 1”,8 | with an imposition of the hands); nevertheless, they must 4 1”,10 | compelled to have their hands defiled with incense or 5 4”,23 | ecclesiastical authority in their hands, because their own bishop 6 7 | as written by their own hands. For it was incumbent on 7 7”,1 | and Evagrius, who joined hands in refashioning the Greek 8 7”,1 | luminaries. And they too join hands in anathematizing all those 9 7”,27 | with a special prayer and hands them out to the laity, by 10 7”,31 | pastoral rulership in his hands, he taught that water should 11 7”,32 | the bishop’s laying his hands on them. Decreeing that 12 7”,32 | chirothesy, or imposition of the hands, from the bishop. Canon 13 7”,53 | pointing out to us on both hands that which is of benefit. 14 7”,100| transessencc, let him form his hands into the shape of a cross, 15 7”,100| the holy bread in their hands, in the manner in which 16 7”,100| creatures, and consequently his hands are far more precious than 17 7”,100| body, let him form his two hands into the shape of a cross,[ 18 8”,4 | but by labor of their own hands to assist the weak and needy, 19 8”,12 | monastery respectively into the hands of lay rulers, or of any 20 8”,14 | and without imposition of hands, and reading from the pulpit 21 8”,14 | Reader) by imposition of hands, each Abbot is given permission 22 8”,14 | provided that imposition of hands has been laid upon that 23 8”,14 | Anagnosts (with imposition of hands).~(c. XXXIII of the 6th ; 24 8”,14 | received the tonsure at the hands of their own parents, in 25 8”,14 | requisite imposition of hands and without having received 26 8”,14 | abbot by imposition of the hands of a prelate, to ordain 27 8”,15 | Apostle has said, “these hands have ministered unto my 28 8”,15 | let them work with their hands to obtain the needs of the 29 8”,15 | him by the work of his own hands, as he himself says. So 30 8”,23 | considered the works of his hands comprehendingly” (Isa. 5: 31 8”,23 | monotonous, he who has joined hands with the Lord Godought 32 8”,23 | 13] The laying on of hands here is not ordination, 33 8”,23 | accepted thus with laying on of hands, and not, of course, with 34 8”,23 | expressionlaying on of hands” was to be understood, most 35 8”,23 | the phraselaying on of hands” was employed here in the 36 8”,23 | this Canon to lay their hands on the heads of penitents 37 8”,23 | For such a laying on of hands is necessary to the mystery 38 8”,23 | him.” This laying on of hands serves him in lieu of baptism, 39 8”,23 | since by imposition of the hands the Holy Spirit used to 40 8”,23 | custom of this imposition of hands in connection with the new 41 8”,23 | accept by imposition of hands the sacrifices of burnt 42 8”,23 | process of laying on of hands.~ ~ [14] Just as Meletius, 43 8”,23 | has had the imposition of hands of a bishop. Canon VIII 44 8”,23 | have had the imposition of hands of a bishop, as may be inferred 45 8”,23 | could take the cup from his hands and replace it upon the 46 8”,23 | Barnabas himself with his own hands, for two reasons, to wit: 47 8”,23 | suffered violence at the hands of the other men. Canon 48 8”,23 | Ecumenical Council (Act 6) joined hands in condemning Pope Honorius. 49 8”,23 | with the Sixth Council join hands in explicitly anathematizing 50 8”,23 | to be delivered into the hands of the impious and godless 51 8”,23 | betraying the Lord into their hands? “What are you willing to 52 8”,23 | unsheltered place, used the hands of the Deacon instead of 53 8”,23 | because the breast and hands and arms of the priest are 54 8”,23 | any ritual imposition of hands, according to chapters 1 55 8”,23 | virtue of an imposition of hands, to be ordained after so 56 8”,23 | men with swords in their hands, they would predict that 57 8”,23 | who grasp snakes in their hands and cause them not to bite. 58 8”,23 | the holy bread in. their hands is more clearly described 59 8”,23 | hold out the palms of your hands, nor spread your fingers 60 8”,23 | taking the holy bread in the hands obtained among Christians 61 8”,23 | holy bread in their naked hands, but, instead, spreading 62 8”,23 | the holy bread in their hands, either let it drop or hid 63 8”,23 | Eve are being held by His hands, and on the other hand the


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