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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | relating the canons and the civil laws, in conformity with 2 Intro | a collection of canons, civil laws, synodical decrees 3 Intro | established by specialists in civil law. For example, we would 4 1”,3 | shall be turned over to the civil authorities of that city 5 2”,6 | present Canon pursuant to the civil law adds that provision 6 2”,6 | to the Emperor,[57] or to civil courts of secular authorities, 7 2”,6 | their Bishop and resort to civil courts. Canon XIV of Carthage, 8 2”,6 | ecclesiastical court and goes to a civil court. But, besides this, 9 3”,8 | imitation of this secular and civil form and law, undertook 10 3”,8 | out with a form, i.e., a civil law or royal decree, contrary 11 3”,8 | this holy Council for that civil law to remain invalid and 12 4”,4 | affairs of the Church and civil government, by going round 13 4”,4 | confusion in ecclesiastical and civil affairs by wanting to meddle 14 4”,4 | themselves in ecclesiastical and civil affairs,[90] unless as a 15 4”,9 | anyone asks the Emperor for a civil trial court, and refuses 16 4”,9 | parties, the ruler (i.e., the civil magistrate) is obliged to 17 4”,9 | ecclesiastical one, the civil magistrates are to have 18 4”,11| and the unjust decision of civil magistrates and dynasts ( 19 4”,12| persons, by resorting to the civil authorities, have obtained 20 4”,17| anew again, pursuant to civil and public formalities, 21 4”,17| church have to follow the civil laws and ordinances which 22 4”,18| even by the secular, or civil, laws themselves of Greek[ 23 7”,15| Ap. c. I. Inasmuch as the civil law bids like to be judged 24 7”,33| utterly forbidden even by civil laws, it is much more fitting 25 7”,37| anew again, pursuant to civil and public formalities, 26 7”,70| Those being taught the civil laws (i.e., civil law) must 27 7”,70| taught the civil laws (i.e., civil law) must not resort to 28 7”,70| Christians who were being taught civil law wont to adopt these 29 7”,84| Since according to the civil laws the freedom of slaves 30 7”,85| Interpretation.~Even the civil laws forbid and punish the 31 8”,3 | or of a deacon made by (civil) rulers shall remain void 32 8”,3 | by authority and power of civil rulers shall remain void 33 8”,6 | Canon. Accordingly, if any (civil) ruler be found attempting 34 8”,6 | that any one among the (civil) rulers that tries to prevent 35 8”,10| and become attached to civil magistrates, conducting 36 8”,10| that of their applying to civil magistrates and officiating 37 8”,10| superintending the lati-fundia of civil magistrates (as this same 38 8”,12| be sold or let out to the civil rulers of the region, but 39 8”,12| some cunning rascality, a civil ruler should buy the fields 40 8”,12| monastery, and turn them over to civil rulers, either by sale or 41 8”,12| let them sell it, not to civil rulers and autocrats, but 42 8”,12| taken from them later by a civil ruler, this sale is to be 43 8”,23| an unwritten law even in civil matters, and long custom 44 8”,23| ecclesiastical court into a civil court, we reply that we 45 8”,23| handbook in order to learn that civil laws conflicting with the 46 8”,23| secondly, because the civil and imperial laws do not 47 8”,23| when they well knew that civil laws at variance with the 48 8”,23| property is confiscated by the (civil) ruler, and is turned over 49 8”,23| IX, ch. 37, says that the civil law punishes conspiracies 50 8”,23| Council and likewise the civil laws mete out stern chastisement 51 8”,23| that this Canon and the civil laws chastise severely those 52 8”,23| hereinabove, whereas the civil laws dissolve marriages 53 8”,23| by the entire Senate of civil rulers, notwithstanding 54 8”,23| Emperor, actuated by the civil law, added the recommendation 55 8”,23| merely a requirement of the civil law, and not of the divine 56 8”,23| in accordance with the civil laws; and see the Footnote 57 8”,23| moreover, that while the civil laws, after an oath has 58 8”,23| case. That explains why the civil laws themselves do not require 59 8”,23| to divulge these to the civil authorities in order that 60 8”,23| monasteries to be sold to civil rulers, but only to clergymen 61 8”,23| were they to be given to civil rulers, the transfer would

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