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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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temple

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,11 | and royal gates” of the temple (or nave), and of the church, 2 1”,11 | narthex in the vestibule of temple (or of the nave), and to 3 1”,14 | depicted in the drawing of the temple which we have traced. Cardinal 4 7”,32 | installing them in the divine Temple, we have seen fit to concur 5 7”,60 | or what agreement hath a temple of God with idols? Or what 6 7”,60 | darkness? or what union has the temple of God with the altar of 7 7”,64 | within the two courts of the temple, and he passed his children 8 7”,69 | not mean by “church” the temple itself, but a “congregation 9 7”,69 | at all within the sacred temple of the church. They may, 10 7”,73 | the wordchurch” for the Temple itself. Hence the particle “ 11 7”,73 | domestic animal into a sacred temple, except as a result of some 12 7”,75 | drove them all out of the temple who were making it a market 13 7”,75 | those who were making the temple a common house, he drove 14 7”,87 | introduce into a sacred Temple any beast whatsoever, unless 15 7”,87 | kind, he puts up in such a Temple. For if he does not let 16 7”,87 | introducing a beast into the Temple without there being any 17 7”,87 | introducing into any sacred temple any kind of animal. For 18 7”,87 | takes his beast into the temple in order to avoid leaving 19 7”,87 | is allowed to rest in the Temple on such an occasion not 20 7”,87 | too is the honor of the Temple temporarily shelved in order 21 7”,87 | should take any animal into a temple without any such necessity, 22 7”,96 | connected with the divine temple, such as the so-called catechumenates, 23 7”,96 | or to sleep inside the temple, but are to stay in the 24 7”,96 | roundabout attached to the temple (in Photius, Title V, ch. 25 7”,100| be a body of Christ and a temple. Standing, therefore, far 26 7”,100| he is in fact a body and temple of Christ, according to 27 8”,4 | or shutting a venerable temple, to prevent liturgies of 28 8”,7 | then, that consecrates a temple without holy relics be deposed 29 8”,7 | prelate that consecrates a temple hereafter without holy relics 30 8”,23 | having built therein a sacred temple, he called the city, in 31 8”,23 | been called Salem and a temple is called (in Greek) “jeron.” 32 8”,23 | built on the site of the temple of God which, according 33 8”,23 | called by the name of the temple in honor of Jupiter which 34 8”,23 | the (building called the) temple of such a sacred temple 35 8”,23 | temple of such a sacred temple or sacred object should 36 8”,23 | Babylonians and removed from the Temple of Jerusalem, and which 37 8”,23 | to the divine house and temple (or church) whose property 38 8”,23 | no one can buy a sacred temple (Note of Translator. — The 39 8”,23 | should bear in mind that “temple” here, as elsewhere, means40 8”,23 | knowing that it is a sacred temple. If, however, he has been 41 8”,23 | and sold it to him. If the temple falls down, the spot on 42 8”,23 | in a circle to serve as a temple. Moreover, Theodoret the 43 8”,23 | make their festival and temple a market and a lot of merchandise. 44 8”,23 | buying and selling in the temple, because their merchandise 45 8”,23 | in any other spot in the temple of God, for it does not 46 8”,23 | stinking body to be buried in a temple and sanctuary of the Lord. 47 8”,23 | deemed worthy to visit a temple in the kingdom of heaven!” 48 8”,23 | from there, and let the temple be restored to its rights, 49 8”,23 | skin of the animal to the temple or monastery. To their relatives 50 8”,23 | words, of enthroning the temple, the bishop takes three 51 8”,23 | is need of dedicating any temple, the prelate alone takes 52 8”,23 | other place or part of the temple, in order that that saying 53 8”,23 | the consecration of some temple, and the ceremony of prayers 54 8”,23 | Table of the consecrated temple, supply the place of the 55 8”,23 | that is to say, of the temple, which is something that 56 8”,23 | dedication ceremonies of any temple are performed, the doors 57 8”,23 | occasion of the dedication of a temple unless they have relics 58 8”,23 | the consecration of a new temple there is no other way whatever 59 8”,23 | to the consecration of a temple). The same author say also 60 8”,23 | officiate in an undedicated temple, but only in one that has 61 8”,23 | prelate officiated in such a temple in the time of Luke the


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