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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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clerics

   Council,  Canon
1 1 | support, or expulsion of clerics mutilated by choice or by 2 1 | another. ~Canon 16: All clerics are forbidden to leave their 3 1 | another diocese. ~Canon 17: Clerics are forbidden to lend at 4 7”,20| was a guise and token of clerics.[149] But if they fail to 5 7”,21| that bishops and all other clerics whatsoever that are ordained 6 7”,26| garments that are habitual to clericsdecent, that is to say, 7 7”,26| speaking specifically of clerics wearing them, whereas that 8 7”,26| more when they are worn by clerics. So that not only is that 9 7”,73| Carthage prohibits bishops, clerics, and laymen from holding 10 7”,73| XCVII of the same deposes clerics and excommunicates laymen 11 7”,76| admitted to the priesthood, or clerics, or ascetics ought not to 12 7”,80| Accordingly, if they happen to be clerics, it deposes them from office; 13 7”,85| souls, if they should be Clerics, we decree that they be 14 7”,85| deposes from office those Clerics who do this (which penalty 15 7”,85| alone suffices to punish Clerics), while, on the other hand, 16 7”,93| orders and those that are clerics, they are deposed from office 17 8”,13| unwilling, in case they are clerics let them be deposed from 18 8”,14| donned garments befitting clerics, and have also received 19 8”,15| because of the great number of clerics already in it; but as for 20 8”,15| scarcity of priests and clerics. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 21 8”,16| decrees that bishops and clerics who wear splendid clothes, 22 8”,17| also as regards laymen and clerics.~(c. IV of the 4th; c. XXI 23 8”,17| applies also to laymen or clerics if they undertake to build 24 8”,23| outward sign of the guise of clerics, by which the latter differed 25 8”,23| from those who were not clerics, according to the present 26 8”,23| Be that as it may, the clerics of us Easterners, unskillfully 27 8”,23| for the fact that our own clerics ought to wear this halo 28 8”,23| speaking, the stephanos worn by clerics on their head — in vogue 29 8”,23| more they are forbidden to clerics and those in holy orders, 30 8”,23| order to make bishops and clerics shave off their beard. Oh, 31 8”,23| Prelates and Priests and Clerics, how much more they are 32 8”,23| previously been ordained and are clerics, on which account too it


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