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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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layman

   Council,  Canon
1 3”,7 | hand, any such person be a Layman, let him too be anathematized, 2 4”,2 | his office, but if he be a layman or a monk, let him be anathematized.~( 3 4”,2 | but if he is a monk or a layman, he is to be anathematized. 4 7”,4 | the other hand, he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~( 5 7”,11 | sacerdotal list, or any layman, eat the unleavened wafers 6 7”,11 | office; or, in case he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 7 7”,11 | person in holy orders and no layman may eat any unleavened wafers 8 7”,11 | from office; but if he is a layman, let him be excommunicated. 9 7”,14 | be abashed by a mundane layman such as was Emperor Justinian, 10 7”,20 | have assumed the guise of a layman, and have to stand with 11 7”,46 | whether he be a clergyman or a layman, let him be excommunicated.~( 12 7”,46 | whether he be a clergyman or a layman.~ ~ ~ 13 7”,48 | whether a clergyman or a layman or a monk, that is to say) 14 7”,49 | whether a clergyman or a layman, is permitted to gamble ( 15 7”,49 | from office, but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~( 16 7”,49 | whether he be a clergyman or a layman. Anyone that should play 17 7”,49 | from office, but if he be a layman, he shall be excommunicated. 18 7”,50 | office; but in case he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~( 19 7”,50 | from office, but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated. 20 7”,54 | from office. If, however, a layman, let him be excommunicated.”~ ~ 21 7”,57 | Interpretation.~For a layman himself to partake of the 22 7”,58 | office; but if he should be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 23 7”,58 | from office; but if he is a layman, the one who concerned in 24 7”,61 | from office but if he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 25 7”,63 | 64.~ That a layman must not publicly make a 26 7”,63 | present Canon prohibits any layman from teaching openly and 27 7”,63 | for forty days. But if any layman chance to be experienced 28 7”,64 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated. 29 7”,66 | from office; but if he be a layman let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 30 7”,66 | deposed from office; but if a layman do so, let him be excommunicated. 31 7”,68 | present Canon prohibits every layman from entering it, except 32 7”,68 | he is excepted not as a layman, but as having power and 33 7”,76 | nor ought any Christian layman do so. For this is the first 34 7”,76 | from office; but if he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 35 7”,76 | in general any Christian layman ought not to bathe in a 36 7”,76 | from office; but if he is a layman, let him be excommunicated.[ 37 7”,78 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 38 7”,78 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 39 7”,79 | list of the Clergy, or any layman, without any graver necessity 40 7”,79 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be removed from 41 7”,79 | clergyman in general, or any layman, without being under any 42 7”,79 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated. 43 7”,80 | standing; but if he be a layman, that he be excommunicated.~ ~ 44 7”,87 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 45 7”,87 | deposed; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated. 46 7”,96 | from office; but if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.~ ~ 47 7”,96 | from office; or if he be a layman, let him be excommunicated.[ 48 7”,100| receive it therein. As for any layman that may receive the body 49 8”,5 | his office; but if he be a layman or a monk, let him be anathema­ 50 8”,9 | from office; but if he be a layman or a monk, let him be excommunicated.~( 51 8”,9 | from office; but if he be a layman or a monk, let him be excommunicated. 52 8”,23 | this circumstance, that “no layman whatever is allowed to provoke 53 8”,23 | binding and loosing. For a layman, even though replete with 54 8”,23 | reverence, is nevertheless a layman and a sheep, whereas a prelate, 55 8”,23 | permitted thereafter to become a layman, but, on the contrary, he 56 8”,23 | Laodicea. Any anagnost or layman may administer communion 57 8”,23 | King Ahaz, who, though a layman, undertook to perform the


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