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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | these notes are strictly the private opinions of their authors. 2 1”,6 | men object on account of a private quarrel, let the vote of 3 2”,6 | personal grievance, that is, a private complaint, against a Bishop, 4 3”,4 | either in public or in private, should dare to believe 5 4”,21| is not of a financial or private nature, but of an ecclesiastical 6 7”,20| answers questions asked him in private by certain persons, he is 7 7”,29| set by it, by coming to a private agreement with their spouses 8 7”,30| oratories or prayerhouses or in private residences, or who carry 9 7”,30| room or in the parlor of a private dwelling, or in a house 10 7”,30| officiate in the oratories of private houses must be appointed 11 7”,53| thy flesh to expose his private parts” (Lev. 18:6), God-bearing 12 7”,58| an oratory contained in a private house, but only in catholic, 13 7”,61| altogether from the public and private life of Christians. Nor 14 7”,63| answering and teaching in private those asking questions, 15 7”,80| church and publicly or in private join this addition to the 16 8”,20| with a view to speaking in private. Let no monk look into a 17 8”,23| respected by all men, while the private declarations of any one 18 8”,23| penetrated into the chamber and private apartment of women. It is 19 8”,23| own personal belief in a private confession (and let it be 20 8”,23| presented as the common faith in private lessons. And 6) one must 21 8”,23| deceived into buying as private property, he has a right 22 8”,23| spend all their lifetime as private citizens and plebeians ( 23 8”,23| celebrate a liturgy in a private place (meaning a common 24 8”,23| that account; for all the private houses that afforded a reception 25 8”,23| was rife remained again private and ordinary dwelling places 26 8”,23| resulted from their coming to a private understanding with each 27 8”,23| in front of the doors of private houses, ambling about, and 28 8”,23| idian empatheian,” i.e., private animus.~ ~ [270] As for


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