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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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committed

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | that he is found to have committed any animal (i.e., soul-wrought) 2 1”,9 | holy orders which they had committed before applying for ordination, 3 1”,9 | presbyter before his ordination committed the sin of carnal mingling, 4 1”,9 | deposition from holy orders when committed before admission to holy 5 1”,9 | entail deposition also when committed after admission to holy 6 1”,11| account of the sin they committed, shall be obliged to spend 7 1”,14| whatever sinful acts they committed before becoming catechumens, 8 4”,18| which they have bound or committed themselves against another 9 4”,25| informed, neglect the flocks committed to their care, and postpone 10 7”,1 | of life” (Phil. 2:16), is committed to holding the faith firm 11 7”,3 | the case of those who have committed the iniquitous act unwittingly 12 7”,3 | iniquitous act which they had committed as a result of their own 13 7”,42| because of sins they had committed. Hence the present Canon 14 7”,42| even though he may have committed the greatest sin, seeing 15 7”,43| any monk be proved to have committed fornication, or if he marries, 16 7”,44| whereof she has already committed herself to forgetfulness. 17 7”,92| indeed guilty of having committed fornication, but unknowingly. 18 7”,92| returns to him, has indeed committed fornication, but quite unwittingly, 19 8”,7 | Sins, therefore, being committed in advance, other sins follow 20 8”,23| woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already 21 8”,23| confessed the sins they had committed,” which is more correct.~ ~ [ 22 8”,23| time, because of his having committed a willful murder, and who 23 8”,23| upbraids him for having committed some sins, he is not doing 24 8”,23| unworthy of the prelacy who has committed canonical offenses and has 25 8”,23| the same as saying, has committed an involuntary sin (for, 26 8”,23| is involuntary if it is committed as a result of force or 27 8”,23| say that a priest who has committed a carnal sin before ordination 28 8”,23| allows priests who have not committed the sin to completion to 29 8”,23| example that emperors who have committed foul murders ought not to 30 8”,23| sin of the second marriage committed unwittingly. Not, however, 31 8”,23| a sin unto death is one committed knowingly, whereas one not 32 8”,23| one not unto death is one committed unwittingly. Thus, blasphemy


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