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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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condemned

   Council,  Canon
1 2”,6 | who have previously been condemned by the Church on certain 2 2”,6 | excluded from communion, nor condemned, nor previously charged 3 3”,5 | all those who have been condemned by the holy Council, or 4 4 | Leo, Bishop of Rome. They condemned and consigned to anathema 5 6 | time in Rome. This Council condemned Sergius, Pyrrhus, Paul, 6 7”,1 | truth they courageously condemned also Apolinarius the monstrous 7 7”,1 | Council by a vote of piety condemned those who teach their laities 8 7”,50| human beings who have been condemned to death. For it is a piece 9 7”,80| with such addition, were condemned by the Council which was 10 7”,90| these poisonous herbs are condemned as murderesses. Athenagoras, 11 7”,92| unwittingly, and she is not to be condemned as adulteress. Hence she 12 8”,13| the ground that they stand condemned by the Father, and by the 13 8”,13| excommunicated, as persons condemned on this account by the Holy 14 8”,16| insist upon it, they must be condemned to a penance. Likewise as 15 8”,23| tendency to attempt adultery is condemned, in that He says: “Whosoever 16 8”,23| the present Second Council condemned him, since his followers 17 8”,23| the Creed of Nestorius was condemned in the Third and Fourth 18 8”,23| Councils, we reply that it was condemned, true enough, but only as 19 8”,23| accepted this definition, condemned the addition in the Creed, 20 8”,23| resignation, but as persons condemned for things they have been 21 8”,23| held in Ephesus of having condemned Nestorius without a trial, 22 8”,23| against him properly, but condemned him without due investigation; 23 8”,23| Eighth by the Latins, also condemned him (Act 10). Moreover, 24 8”,23| been so blinded as to have condemned one unjustly whom they had 25 8”,23| silent if the Council had condemned Honorius unjustly? Again, 26 8”,23| the things that have been condemned is suited to us for the 27 8”,23| mundane guise, or to be condemned to be denied the right to 28 8”,23| impairment of the books, which is condemned to excommunication by the 29 8”,23| those persons deserve to be condemned, and are indeed inordinate 30 8”,23| necessity, he is not to be condemned; but if he should stay there 31 8”,23| guilty of theft, he was condemned to an exquisite death (Acts,


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