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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | the Councils, published in seven volumes from 1855 to 1874. 2 1”,11| audients as believers, and for seven years they shall do penance 3 1”,11| shall leave the church. For seven (Note of Translator. — The 4 1”,19| fornication for a period of seven years, though it does not 5 2 | promulgated the present seven Canons pertaining to the 6 7”,16| Apostles instruct us to appoint seven Deacons, the Fathers of 7 7”,16| promulgated that there must be seven Deacons according to the 8 7”,16| brethren, look ye out among you seven men of a good reputation, 9 7”,16| as respects the aforesaid seven Deacons they were not selected 10 7”,16| that there should be but seven deacons, and not more, even 11 7”,16| assertions concerning these seven deacons contained in the 12 7”,16| multitude selected these seven deacons by name, men full 13 7”,43| a fornicator, i.e., for seven years, in accordance with 14 7”,53| sisters — shall incur a seven yearscanon (or penance), 15 7”,53| canonized (i.e., penanced) seven years. St. Basil, however, 16 7”,86| abstain from Communion for seven years,[224] passing two 17 7”,93| do so, he is sentenced to seven yearspenance. In his c. 18 8”,23| were catechized in only seven days, and on the eighth 19 8”,23| propitiatory prayers for seven days, on the eighth day 20 8”,23| philanthropy and clemency). For seven days he listens to the same 21 8”,23| contains its acts, which were seven, according to Dositheus, 22 8”,23| some assert that these seven deacons ought not to be 23 8”,23| Apostolic Injunctions that the seven deacons are classed with 24 8”,23| to his time, there were seven deacons, after the likeness 25 8”,23| after the likeness of these seven whom the Apostles selected, 26 8”,23| concession” because the seven years are the penance provided 27 8”,23| adulterers. But inasmuch seven years is the penance provided 28 8”,23| anonymous writer concerning the seven Councils calls him Politianus, 29 8”,23| invests the Canons of the seven Councils and their dogmas 30 8”,23| In addition I accept the seven holy and Ecumenical Councils 31 8”,23| consecration, and further the seven dayssacred rite carried


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