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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,8 | be left in the clergy and rank in which each of them found 2 1”,16| ordain him (to a higher rank perhaps) in his own church, 3 1”,18| so) is to be lowered in rank and to become the lowest 4 2”,4 | entitled to hold any clerical rank whatsoever. Let everything 5 2”,4 | persons ordained by him to any rank whatever are to be regarded 6 3”,1 | to be expelled from the rank of the episcopate by the 7 3”,1 | hereafter and henceforth of the rank of the episcopate even by 8 3”,2 | and have forfeited their rank.~ ~Interpretation.~This 9 3”,2 | orders and outcasts from the rank of the episcopate.~ ~ ~ 10 3”,3 | be restored to their own rank. We collectively bid the 11 3”,3 | to receive back their own rank. Accordingly, speaking generally, 12 3”,4 | to be deposed from their rank.~ ~ ~ 13 3”,5 | to give back communion or rank, uncanonically and in accordance 14 3”,6 | they are to lose their own rank entirely, while if they 15 4”,10| he shall forfeit his own rank.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI 16 4”,12| he shall forfeit his own rank. As for all those cities 17 4”,18| shall forfeit their own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; 18 4”,22| penalty of losing their own rank and office. Read also the 19 4”,27| shall forfeit their own rank, but if they are laymen, 20 4”,29| For a Bishop to bear the rank of Presbyter is sacrilege. 21 4”,29| ordained, degraded them to the rank of presbyter. The Senate 22 4”,29| degrade a bishop to the rank and position of a presbyter; 23 4”,29| unjustly reduced to the rank of presbyter; for, says 24 7”,3 | way promoted to any higher rank, it being obvious that their 25 7”,3 | be elevated to any higher rank, but each one of them is 26 7”,3 | of them is to stay in the rank in which he happened to 27 7”,7 | being deprived of his proper rank, become the lowest of all 28 7”,13| being elevated to such a rank while cohabiting with a 29 7”,17| clergymen, regardless of what rank he happens to be in, has 30 7”,25| rights to sitting with his rank, in accordance with what 31 7”,33| shall forfeit their own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; 32 7”,52| respect of quantity and rank; for blood relationship 33 7”,52| only to the third degree of rank — but in respect of quality 34 7”,91| shall forfeit their own rank, but if they be laymen, 35 8”,2 | about to be promoted to the rank of bishop shall by all means 36 8”,5 | they have obtained some rank in the Church and trusting 37 8”,5 | are to receive the lowest rank in their own battalion. 38 8”,5 | be reduced to the lowest rank of the clergymen of the 39 8”,23| completely deposed from his rank. The fact that open pride 40 8”,23| involving death forfeit their rank, according to c. XXXII of 41 8”,23| electing him to an equal rank in holy orders. But there 42 8”,23| Hist. Hierar.: “The lowest rank is assigned to catechumens; 43 8”,23| that Deaconesses enjoyed a rank in the Bema (or Sanctuary), 44 8”,23| dispossessed them of their rank and removed their service 45 8”,23| distinction of the essence, rank, and honor belonging to 46 8”,23| monasteries according to rank, but must make that one


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