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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | of those local councils accepted by these ecumenical assemblies. 2 Intro | made it, henceforth, the accepted order. Zonaras was above 3 Intro | legislation universally accepted in the Orthodox Church did 4 Intro | alterations would not have been accepted in the East because of a 5 1”,8 | thus c. LXVI of Carthage accepted the Donatists with an imposition 6 1”,14| are intimates, and have accepted the faith, and are nominally 7 2 | Councils held thereafter accepted the Creed of the First and 8 2”,5 | the Westerners, we have accepted also those in Antioch who 9 2”,5 | Fathers of this Council accepted the Tome of the Westerners, 10 2”,5 | and in like manner they accepted also the definition of the 11 2”,7 | manifestly heretics, the Canon accepted them without rebaptism “ 12 2”,7 | Dioscorites, and Severians may be accepted after anathematizing their 13 3”,8 | account. For, once having accepted the responsibility of sacerdotal 14 4”,20| well as the clergyman he accepted, shall be excommunicated 15 7”,2 | and as a matter of fact accepted and validated by the holy 16 7”,2 | the Fathers preceding it accepted and sanctioned (for it excludes 17 7”,16| others among the Jews who accepted the Old Testament, not as 18 7”,17| the one who illogically accepted him be deposed from office.~( 19 7”,39| the present Canon, to be accepted without examination, and 20 7”,39| promise they make to God to be accepted as reliable and representative 21 7”,67| who have been approved and accepted after tests (for many books 22 8 | later repented and were accepted by it. So that in all there 23 8”,8 | decree that he shall be accepted and his children shall be 24 8”,8 | thus, they are not to be accepted under any other circumstances 25 8”,8 | Christian, he is not to be accepted thus until he has paid his 26 8”,23| Pentapolis in Upper Libya had accepted the opinion of Sabellius, 27 8”,23| insists that penitents be accepted thus with laying on of hands, 28 8”,23| concession) that this Council accepted the Novatians, as St. Basil 29 8”,23| that heretics are to be accepted by the process of laying 30 8”,23| holy Pope of Rome Leo, who accepted it.~ ~ [52] This Maximus 31 8”,23| Canon says that the Council accepted (though this definition 32 8”,23| Antiochian Council were accepted, so too its above definition 33 8”,23| Council, in its Canon VIII, accepted these Novatians with a mere 34 8”,23| principle, this Second Council accepted them only after they had 35 8”,23| that c. VIII of the First accepted the Novatians, by an imposition 36 8”,23| catholic Church ought to be accepted only after an imposition 37 8”,23| fact that the Third Council accepted this Creed and did not object 38 8”,23| all of them have likewise accepted and recognized this dogma, 39 8”,23| this? The Councils, which accepted the Creed of the First and 40 8”,23| Macedon, in the year 879, and accepted that Council’s definition, 41 8”,23| Pope himself, I say, having accepted this definition, condemned 42 8”,23| supplicants as strangers we have accepted the protection” (Note of 43 8”,23| Theodoulos of Makre, though accepted without examination by Patriarch 44 8”,23| of Anchialos, it was not accepted, but, on the contrary, was 45 8”,23| epistle, yet it was not accepted by this Council simply as 46 8”,23| Theodore of Mopsuestia, whom it accepted as a saint and Orthodox 47 8”,23| Sixth Ec. C. admitted and accepted the condemnation of Honorius 48 8”,23| earth recognized it and accepted it — a fact which serves 49 8”,23| have nevertheless been accepted by all the Church — and 50 8”,23| likewise been recognized and accepted by the Church.~ ~ [134] 51 8”,23| time also recognized and accepted all the Canons of local 52 8”,23| Ecumenical Council recognized and accepted the declarations of St. 53 8”,23| hate each other from being accepted as disciples of Christ. 54 8”,23| who, for goodness’ sake accepted it, making allowances for 55 8”,23| moral, and that the Lord accepted it as a matter of compromise


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