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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,14| the Theologian (in his Discourse on the Lights) these persons 2 7”,1 | In beginning either a discourse or an action of any kind 3 7”,1 | is about to commence any discourse or work to begin with God, 4 7”,19| Fathers; but also, if the discourse be one concerning a passage 5 7”,53| though to avoid defiling his discourse with the words, he dealt 6 7”,53| order to avoid defiling his discourse with the names of them, 7 7”,63| chance to be experienced in discourse and modest in manner, he 8 8”,23| fraternity.” Divine Chrysostom (discourse on those having subintroductae, 9 8”,23| to the same Chrysostom (discourse on the fact that an ascetic 10 8”,23| subintroductus.” ~ In the ascetic discourse which Basil the Great composed 11 8”,23| the same Basil says in his discourse concerning virginity) are 12 8”,23| same Basil in the above discourse concerning renunciation) “ 13 8”,23| destined to be benefited” (Discourse 11 on 1 Thess., p. 216 of 14 8”,23| the life of the priest” (Discourse 8 on 1Cor., p. 290 of vol. 15 8”,23| vol. iii). Moreover, in Discourse 3 on the Ep. to the Col., 16 8”,23| Jerusalem. Notice also in the discourse of Gregory of Nyssa concerning 17 8”,23| divine Chrysostom (in his Discourse 2 concerning holy orders) 18 8”,23| on the other hand, in his Discourse on the Lights, says that “ 19 8”,23| and their mind and their discourse are all governed and directed 20 8”,23| Chrysostom in his Second Discourse on the Book of Job). An 21 8”,23| what the Theologian says (Discourse 51), and from what Jerome 22 8”,23| biography. But as Theodoret (Discourse 5, ch. 8) and Sozomen (book 23 8”,23| according to Chrysostom (in his discourse on the fact that sin introduced 24 8”,23| Again, Basil, in his discourse on the birth of Christ, 25 8”,23| divinity.” And in his first discourse concerning the Son, in addressing 26 8”,23| of Neocaesarea, in his discourse on the Annunciation, says 27 8”,23| essential definition and discourse.” Hence from this interpretation 28 8”,23| and especially apposite discourse so did superlatively divine 29 8”,23| those who ordained them” (Discourse 3 on the Acts, p. 627 of 30 8”,23| commencing any important discourse or work ought to begin first 31 8”,23| husband to have but one wife” (Discourse 2 on Job). And secondly, 32 8”,23| Chrysostom (in the same Discourse) says: “Appoint bishops, 33 8”,23| Gregory the Theologian in his Discourse on the Lights, where he 34 8”,23| is shown by the fifteenth Discourse of St. Gregory the Theologian ( 35 8”,23| by Cyprian in his fifth discourse concerning the lapsed; and 36 8”,23| horse races pomp of Satan (Discourse 20 on statues, page 610 37 8”,23| engendered constant aversions” (Discourse 15 on statues, page 564 38 8”,23| volume VI). See also the discourse which he prepared specially 39 8”,23| this Canon and from the discourse of Athanasius the Great 40 8”,23| surnamed the Sinner, in his discourse on the Mysteries (included 41 8”,23| divine Athanasius in his discourse concerning virginity says, “ 42 8”,23| is why Chrysostom, in his discourse concerning virginity, says 43 8”,23| martyrs.” And against Jews (Discourse 5) he says thus: “And you, 44 8”,23| reliable information.~ ~ [198] Discourse on the keeping of good order 45 8”,23| Meletius the Confessor, in his discourse on the Morals of the Italians, 46 8”,23| learned man, says in his third discourse concerning Christianity 47 8”,23| ibid). and in Damascene (Discourse concerning the Trisagion; 48 8”,23| 15 on statues, and sel. discourse 28 concerning an oath) condemns 49 8”,23| Commentary on Psalm XLIX; Discourse 26 on the Seraphim; Sermon 50 8”,23| instructions about it in his Discourse 252). That little napkin 51 8”,23| also Eustratius, in his discourse concerning the administration 52 8”,23| divine Chrysostom (in his Discourse wherein he argues that one 53 8”,23| the New Testament; and in Discourse 307 on the vesture of priests, 54 8”,23| places, and especially in his discourse concerning the body of Christ ( 55 8”,23| John Damascene said in his discourse concerning icons. Most especially 56 8”,23| Gregory the Theologian in his discourse on the Nativity of Christ 57 8”,23| such a matter also in his discourse on Virginity.~ ~ [288] 58 8”,23| the Climax says (in his discourse concerning obedience). Nevertheless,


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