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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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conduct

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,9 | life and their behavior and conduct must be looked into. If, 2 1”,18| Christ to the priests who conduct the rite connected therewith, 3 4”,13| are not to be allowed to conduct services anywhere in a different 4 4”,20| originally deemed worthy to conduct divine services: except 5 7”,18| excuse. If anyone fails to conduct himself agreeably to the 6 7”,30| those in holy orders to conduct a liturgy or to baptize 7 7”,30| bishops nor priests may conduct sacred services in houses, 8 7”,40| accustomed to anchoretic conduct, and to submit for three 9 7”,47| to recollect their former conduct and association in life, 10 7”,75| God, instructing us by His conduct while living in the flesh, 11 7”,92| room for condoning their conduct because there is more suspicion 12 7”,93| danger; 2) he allowed him to conduct the Liturgy secretly and 13 7”,95| however, anyone should conduct himself in a manner contrary 14 8”,1 | a penance. For “Let your conduct be free from avarice; being 15 8”,1 | to them how they ought to conduct themselves both publicly 16 8”,2 | know these, but also to conduct himself both publicly and 17 8”,5 | account of their virtuous conduct in life, were enrolled in 18 8”,23| becoming scandalized at his conduct. Accordingly, if he be persuaded 19 8”,23| speaking, uncanonically, and conduct themselves publicly and 20 8”,23| wives and on the same day to conduct sacred services, thus clashing 21 8”,23| pronounce a blessing or conduct a sanctification, still 22 8”,23| pronounce a blessing or conduct a sanctification, seeing 23 8”,23| pronounce blessings and to conduct sanctifications and to perform 24 8”,23| pronounce blessings and conduct sanctifications, at a time 25 8”,23| that a presbyter must not conduct the liturgy without boiling 26 8”,23| on the other hand, who conduct their mass with water that 27 8”,23| strangers, and they must conduct the ceremony with the permission 28 8”,23| bishop and the laity to conduct their supplication with 29 8”,23| of any similar disorderly conduct. ~ ~ [228] For it is for 30 8”,23| their speech and by their conduct, and by the outward decency


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