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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,5 | has appeared reasonable to hold local synods twice a year 2 1”,8 | That is, that they will hold communion with persons married 3 2”,4 | ordained by him entitled to hold any clerical rank whatsoever. 4 2”,5 | anathematizing all those who hold beliefs contrary thereto, 5 2”,7 | every heresy that does not hold the same beliefs as the 6 3”,4 | publicly or privately, to hold the beliefs of Nestorius 7 3”,8 | Bishops. The same rule shall hold good also with regard to 8 3”,8 | beloved by God shall take hold of any other province that 9 3”,8 | that this same rule shall hold also in regard to diocese ( 10 7”,1 | became our Emperor, and we hold them to be an unbreakable 11 7”,1 | world who does not care to hold and embrace the aforesaid 12 7”,8 | 8.~ With a desire to hold fast to whatever our Holy 13 7”,8 | churches find it impossible to hold synods or councils twice 14 7”,16| say that those deacons did hold the office of either deacons 15 7”,24| of those who managed to hold them for a period of thirty 16 7”,30| for those Clergymen who hold a liturgy in oratories or 17 7”,54| Church of the Romans to hold rigorously the Canon saying: “ 18 7”,73| those who scorn those who hold such love-feasts (outside 19 7”,94| Phrygians and Sabellians, who hold the tenet Hyiopatoria (or 20 8”,2 | the divine commandments to hold intercourse with and teach 21 8”,5 | afterwards to wax insolent and to hold the poor and reverent clergymen 22 8”,8 | latter shall be persuaded to hold themselves aloof from Jewish 23 8”,8 | anyone unclean that takes hold of a corpse or leper, and 24 8”,13| secular persons snatched hold of them and converted them 25 8”,23| in the Mysteries, or to hold a fan, like the deacons, 26 8”,23| or because they used to hold various unorthodox assemblies 27 8”,23| those who plant or rent or hold a mortgage on it or have 28 8”,23| insignia and emblems, and to hold the bridle of his horse 29 8”,23| Let the deacon, it says, hold the chalice, and, while 30 8”,23| every day in this week and hold litanies, lest they find 31 8”,23| and the Christians have to hold their noses, and they flee 32 8”,23| is obvious that those who hold that there is but one will 33 8”,23| approach the Mysteries, do not hold out the palms of your hands, 34 8”,23| well. This same rule is to hold good also in the case of 35 8”,23| the persons who are to hold the conversation ought to 36 8”,23| the other side must not hold a conversation alone, both


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