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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | after the Church ceased to ordain deaconesses.68~ Investigation 2 1 | prohibition for bishops to ordain for their diocese a cleric 3 1”,4 | ordination, and then let them ordain him. As for the validity 4 1”,16| belonging to another and ordain him in his own church, without 5 1”,16| clergyman fraudulently and ordain him (to a higher rank perhaps) 6 2”,3 | him also the authority to ordain the Metropolitans in Asia 7 2”,3 | he held such authority to ordain them by virtue of an ancient 8 3”,8 | Cyprus are themselves to ordain the bishops in Cyprus, and 9 4”,2 | 2.~ If any Bishop ordain anyone for money, and make 10 4”,25| has passed away, they must ordain another bishop for the vacant 11 4”,28| Bishops of the province, shall ordain the Bishops of the province, 12 4”,28| established custom, and then ordain those men on whom the voters 13 7”,12| specially to Titus in saying: “Ordain elders (or presbyters) in 14 7”,15| the Novel purporting to ordain him when eight years of 15 7”,32| in the clergy, they shall ordain them ecclesiastics, whether 16 8”,2 | that those who intend to ordain a bishop, or a clergyman, 17 8”,5 | which says: “If any bishop ordain anyone for money, and make 18 8”,14| the hands of a prelate, to ordain Anagnosts (or Readers), 19 8”,14| Chorepiscopi) are permitted to ordain Anagnosts, in accordance 20 8”,23| Apostolical Injunctions ordain that a catechumen is to 21 8”,23| Metropolitan, and the latter must ordain all the bishops subject 22 8”,23| and either he himself will ordain the one chosen with the 23 8”,23| his permission others may ordain him.~ ~ [6] The reason 24 8”,23| this custom and to dare to ordain other bishops in the diocese 25 8”,23| the present Canon and to ordain nothing new, but merely 26 8”,23| bishop; and thenceforth to ordain no one, either in a city 27 8”,23| such a chorepiscopus may ordain anagnosts (readers or lectors), 28 8”,23| be deposed if he dare to ordain a presbyter or deacon without 29 8”,23| chorepiscopi have no right to ordain presbyters and deacons either 30 8”,23| custom for chorepiscopi to ordain anagnosts at the behest 31 8”,23| Chrysostom says, “God does not ordain all men, but He does act 32 8”,23| godlessness of Greeks to ordain priestesses to their female 33 8”,23| received full authority to ordain their own metropolitans 34 8”,23| Hellespontians, too, and to ordain its bishop. But Chrysanthus ( 35 8”,23| violating the Canons when they ordain monks in cities or towns; 36 8”,23| world, the prelates who ordain have to pay the penalty. 37 8”,23| Patriarch of the Diocese ordain or prescribe those things 38 8”,23| the see, has the right to ordain them, and in his being entitled 39 8”,23| Bishop of Constantinople to ordain the bishops in Asia, Pontus, 40 8”,23| such a Presbyter-Abbot to ordain also a Sub-deacon. But the 41 8”,23| is speaking of those who ordain others for money; this canon, 42 8”,23| speaking not of those who ordain others, but of those who


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