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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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metropolitans

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,6 | over all the bishops and metropolitans in Egypt and Libya and Pentapolis. 2 1”,6 | the occidental bishops and metropolitans. Likewise the Patriarch 3 1”,6 | authority over the bishops and metropolitans of Syria, of Middle Syria, 4 1”,6 | that are subject to the metropolitans. What is said of the Patriarchs 5 1”,6 | of Jerusalem; and that of metropolitans it names only patriarchs. 6 1”,7 | And, generally speaking, metropolitans change round in the order 7 1”,7 | patriarchs, and never with the metropolitans. Read also Dositheus in 8 2”,2 | neither to autocephalous Metropolitans alone, as Balsamon interpreted 9 2”,2 | diocese and parish). The metropolitans of the East are to attend 10 2”,2 | Nicene Council; and the metropolitans of the Asian, Pontic and 11 2”,2 | that both patriarchs and metropolitans alike refrain from interloping 12 2”,2 | of each province of the metropolitans, whether they be elections, 13 2”,3 | authority to ordain the Metropolitans in Asia and Pontus and Thrace. 14 3”,1 | province and by surrounding Metropolitans who adhere to the beliefs 15 3”,1 | bishops and surrounding metropolitans.~ ~ ~ 16 3”,8 | with ancient custom,78 the Metropolitans of Cyprus are themselves 17 4”,12| as a result there are two Metropolitans in one and the same province. 18 4”,12| as a result of this two metropolitans came to be in one and the 19 4”,25| 25.~ Whereas some Metropolitans, as we have been informed, 20 4”,25| present Canon prescribes that Metropolitans must not neglect their flocks, 21 4”,28| arranged so that only the Metropolitans of the Pontic, Asian, and 22 4”,28| the divine Canons. But the Metropolitans of the aforesaid dioceses, 23 4”,28| decree and vote that only the Metropolitans (but not also the Bishops, 24 4”,28| that are subject to the Metropolitans; for each of these is ordained 25 4”,28| Constantinople. Not only are the Metropolitans of the said dioceses to 26 4”,28| Nevertheless, the said Metropolitans are not to be ordained by 27 7”,34| 35.~ Let none of all the Metropolitans, when a Bishop dies who 28 8”,6 | other hand, any one of the Metropolitans should fail to see that 29 8”,11| permission is given also to Metropolitans if the Bishops under them 30 8”,23| also to depose bishops and metropolitans of that clime. But because 31 8”,23| also in connection with Metropolitans, and not only in connection 32 8”,23| belongs to Patriarchs and Metropolitans with respect to the churches 33 8”,23| C) the provinces of many Metropolitans lying in one diocese, according 34 8”,23| assembly, or convention, of the metropolitans of a single diocese together 35 8”,23| ecclesiastical cases of the metropolitans of the diocese subject to 36 8”,23| authority to ordain their own metropolitans in the Fourth Ec. C. — an 37 8”,23| over and above the other Metropolitans of the same diocese. But 38 8”,23| effect. For though certain Metropolitans are called Exarchs, yet 39 8”,23| called Exarchs, yet the other Metropolitans in their dioceses are not 40 8”,23| saying that clergymen and metropolitans subject to the throne of 41 8”,23| to sit as judge over all Metropolitans, but (only) over those who 42 8”,23| and ultimate judge of the Metropolitans under him, but not of those 43 8”,23| Constantinople had ordained many Metropolitans from among them. For St. 44 8”,23| that it subordinates the Metropolitans of these dioceses to the 45 8”,23| three said dioceses of the Metropolitans, not only as a matter of 46 8”,23| rule the above-mentioned Metropolitans who are comprised in his 47 8”,23| over all the bishops and metropolitans included in the see, or


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