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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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learned

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,18| It has also further been learned that already some Deacons 2 3”,8 | reputation, and, indeed, we learned that nothing of the sort 3 4”,23| Since this Council has learned that some clergymen and 4 7”,7 | 7.~ Since we have learned that Deacons having ecclesiastical 5 7”,12| Interpretation.~Since we have learned that in Africa and Libya ( 6 7”,13| 13.~ Since we have learned that in the church of the 7 7”,13| decrees is this. Since we have learned that in Rome it is kept 8 7”,16| something that needs to be learned. Was it the ordination of 9 7”,20| indicate that he himself is a learned teacher, while the former 10 7”,27| 28.~ Since we have learned that in various churches 11 7”,32| 33.~ Since we have learned as a matter of fact that 12 7”,44| 45.~ Since we have learned that in some convents (or 13 7”,52| the other hand, we have learned that some persons, after 14 7”,54| 55.~ Since we have learned that those in the city of 15 7”,55| 56.~ Likewise we have learned that in the country of the 16 7”,63| wiser than the wise, or more learned than the learned.” If anyone 17 7”,63| or more learned than the learned.” If anyone does things 18 7”,70| the more foolish of the learned men among the Athenians 19 7”,80| Precisely because we have learned that in some countries, 20 7”,98| of the Armenians, we have learned, to wit, that some persons, 21 8”,23| Dionysius of Alexandria learned about this, he dispatched 22 8”,23| absurd character can be learned by anyone who will take 23 8”,23| Constantius and Constans had learned that Eusebius and his party 24 8”,23| inasmuch as most holy and most learned Marcus of Ephesus replied 25 8”,23| great impiety, which most learned and most theologically well-grounded 26 8”,23| call Greek klo, kalo, as a learned writer states, and especially 27 8”,23| What Meletius Pegas, a very learned man, says in his third discourse 28 8”,23| the faith which they had learned by heart to their catechizers. 29 8”,23| the Emperor of Russia, a learned man named Gazes Paisius, 30 8”,23| adore the calf. For the Jews learned from this that if a calf 31 8”,23| Dodecabiblus). Plato the very learned Archbishop of Moscow notes 32 8”,23| are called books of the learned and of the unlearned, as


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