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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | reasoned reconciliation.14~ While he was still deacon 2 Intro | which constitutes volume 14 in The Nicene and Post-Nicene 3 Intro | understand the mens legislatoris.14 We can also add that the 4 1 | danger of death. ~Canon 14: Penance to be imposed on 5 1”,8 | nominal title of bishop,[14] but he shall not perform 6 1”,14| 14.~ As concerning catechumens 7 1”,19| years old (as does also c. 14 of the 6th, and c. XL of 8 1”,19| Photius, Title VIII, ch. 14) says that a deaconess ought 9 4”,14| 14.~ Inasmuch as Anagnosts 10 4”,14| with infidels” (II Cor. 6:14). Read also Ap. c. XXVI.[ 11 5 | Seventh Ec. C. See also p. 14 in the first volume of the 12 7”,7 | Evangelist St. Luke. (Luke 14:7). For he told those called 13 7”,14| 14.~ Let the Canon of our holy 14 7”,69| husbands at home” (1 Cor. 14:3335.)~ “Let the women 15 7”,69| talk in church” (1 Cor. 14:35). This means that women 16 7”,69| him be ignorant” (1 Cor. 14:3738). A true prophet or 17 7”,71| by the husband” (1 Cor. 7:14).~(c. XIV of the 4th.)~ ~ 18 8”,1 | and I shall live” (Ps. 119:14, 138 and 144). And if forever 19 8”,4 | their children” (2 Cor. 12:14). If, therefore, on account 20 8”,14| 14.~ It is perfectly plain 21 8”,23| laying on of hands.~ ~ [14] Just as Meletius, after 22 8”,23| Eccl. Hist., Book X, ch. 14; and Socrates, Book X, ch. 23 8”,23| 15] In Book IV, ch. 14, of his Ecclesiastical History, 24 8”,23| Chrysostom, in his Homily 14 on the Second Epistle to 25 8”,23| attitude (Book III, ch. 14 and 19). But a deaconess 26 8”,23| as St. Paul said (Rom. 14:17): but, on the contrary, 27 8”,23| Cedrenus, and Nicephorus (book 14 of his history); and in 28 8”,23| of Photius Title III, ch. 14, and Title XI, ch. 1) prescribe 29 8”,23| Basil, in fact, in number 14 of his Definitions in extenso 30 8”,23| According to Ordinance 14 title I one is prohibited 31 8”,23| Photius notes (Title III, ch. 14) that if anyone should celebrate 32 8”,23| same thing in his Reply 14, and one who officiates 33 8”,23| unto the world” (Gal. 6:14). Sozomen asserts that its 34 8”,23| cannot be my disciple” (Luke 14:26). For inasmuch as they 35 8”,23| Accordingly divine Jerome (Letter 14) severely censures Galatia 36 8”,23| Basilica, Title II, ch. 14.~ ~ [224] I said “by concession” 37 8”,23| against her will (II Sam. 3:14). Note also that in case 38 8”,23| same Chrysostom (Hom. 5 and 14 and 15 on statues, and sel. 39 8”,23| VI). See also in Sermon 14 on statues how vehemently 40 8”,23| Orthodox faith, Book IV, ch. 14). But then again St. Chrysostom


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