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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | work, his point was to make known the authentic church discipline 2 1 | the exact number is not known with certainty. St. Athanasius, 3 1 | Canon 9: Certain sins known after ordination involve 4 1 | as their irregularity is known. ~Canon 11: Penance to be 5 1”,8 | facts being assumed to be known, the present Canon asserts 6 1”,10| For when they have become known, they shall be deposed.~( 7 1”,14| baptized), and the other was known as that of the “elect,” 8 2”,1 | Semi-Arians,[45] or of those known as Pneumatomach (i.e., spirit-fighters), 9 2”,7 | this connection), otherwise known as Tetradites (though in 10 2”,7 | Quartodecimans, otherwise known as Tetradites,[63] and Apollinarians, 11 2”,7 | there in Constantinople were known as Phrygians;[65] and the 12 3”,1 | regarding them, we make known to your holiness and love 13 3”,8 | called Salamis but is now known as Amochostos, and the bishops 14 4 | composed and in which He is known and adored, and conflated 15 4”,28| Constantinople otherwise known as New Rome; we too decree 16 4”,28| Constantinople which is also known as New Rome. For, they say, 17 7”,31| these Fathers are making known the true meaning of the 18 8”,23| Eunomians, they were also known as Eudoxiansr from Eudoxius, 19 8”,23| These Montanists were also known as Pepouzians, because they 20 8”,23| among your deities have you known a Virgin Theotoke?” Eusebius, 21 8”,23| heretics sprang a group known as Jacobites, led by a certain 22 8”,23| Constantinople, the chief one being known as Protecdicus (i.e., Chief 23 8”,23| bishop shall make the matter known to all, and going in person 24 8”,23| the one baptized may be known to all, and therefore that 25 8”,23| must be persons that are known, and not strangers, and 26 8”,23| Another very holy custom is known to many which prevails in 27 8”,23| did not make the matter known to the Bishop. Hence, when 28 8”,23| of Alexandria (otherwise known as Clement Stromateus), 29 8”,23| in order that they may be known from the name to be the 30 8”,23| mentioned in the Euchologion nor known in Moscow at all what it


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