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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | commentary on the corpus of received canons in the Greek Orthodox 2 Intro | After some delays, the book received the official approval of 3 Intro | the texts which we have received through time. In this case, 4 1”,5 | rejected by some are not to be received by others. But let an investigation 5 1”,7 | case of as many cities as received by virtue of imperial letters 6 1”,8 | upon them, and thus be received, and be allowed to remain 7 1”,10 | the ground that they have received a bath of redemption, in 8 1”,19 | ordination which they had received while heretics is not considered 9 1”,19 | these men who have never received any ordination at all, from 10 2”,6 | the accused one would have received if he had been found guilty, 11 3 | of His Godhood, as having received being from the Holy Virgin, 12 3 | Celestius, which they had received from many local synods and 13 4”,8 | accordance with the tradition received from the Holy Fathers, and 14 7”,1 | divine career, and which received still greater validity by 15 7”,16 | sort of ordination they received. This is something that 16 7”,32 | be a monk, without having received a chirothesy, or imposition 17 7”,63 | ear wide to them who have received the grace of teaching ability, 18 7”,63 | taught by those who have received the gracious gift of teaching. 19 7”,89 | 90.~ We have received it canonically from our 20 7”,89 | For inasmuch as we hare received it that the night succeeding 21 7”,89 | Interpretation.~Since we have received it traditionally (as the 22 7”,101| 102.~ Those who have received from God authority to bind 23 8”,1 | besides that which ye have received, let him be anathema” (Gal. 24 8”,14 | befitting clerics, and have also received the tonsure at the hands 25 8”,14 | trusting to that tonsure received in their infancy), without 26 8”,14 | hands and without having received the requisite seal and tonsure 27 8”,21 | such a one ought to be received as a guest and hospitably 28 8”,23 | pardon they had previously received. But, first of all, that 29 8”,23 | oral word from God and had received existence from Mary. According 30 8”,23 | used to say that the Logos received a body without a soul, while 31 8”,23 | knowledge, he would say that He received a soul, but a mindless one 32 8”,23 | consequently took it that He had received no flesh from the Virgin, 33 8”,23 | diocese, since the Patriarchs received full authority to ordain 34 8”,23 | way heretics ought to be received, it is written thus: “those 35 8”,23 | by reason of not having received an application of myron. 36 8”,23 | them only after they had received the seal of the myron, because, 37 8”,23 | the contrary, of having received being in the substance of 38 8”,23 | pretense that the Cyprians had received their faith and Christianity 39 8”,23 | Photius was justified, and he received back the bishoprics of Tyre. 40 8”,23 | Bishop of Constantinople had received any such privilege, how 41 8”,23 | shall lose even the price he received for it, as well as the monastery 42 8”,23 | Constantinople ought to have received the privileges of authority 43 8”,23 | coming second, third, etc. He received these privileges, not because 44 8”,23 | Bishop of Constantinople received, he further received also 45 8”,23 | Constantinople received, he further received also these two titles, namely, 46 8”,23 | Our brother so-and-so has received the great and angelic habit,” — 47 8”,23 | absence of a priest, he received permission from him to commune, 48 8”,23 | and be given the penalty received by traitors against the 49 8”,23 | case.)~ ~ [219] The Church received the Trisagion Hymn from 50 8”,23 | return even though she has received no letters from him. But 51 8”,23 | a slave for a long time, received the appellation of Scythian, 52 8”,23 | the baptism which he had received was replete with blasphemies 53 8”,23 | thereof. But after you have received it, do not fail to sanctify


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