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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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fifth

   Council,  Canon
1 1 | written in Greek in the fifth century by Gelasius of Cyzicus. 2 1 | composed in the fourth and fifth centuries agree in attributing 3 1”,7 | Eusebius of Caesarea was the fifth. And, generally speaking, 4 2 | the Councils) and in the fifth act of the same council ( 5 5 | Fifth Ecumenical Council. ~The 6 5 | The Holy and Ecumenical Fifth Council (which was the second 7 7”,1 | Third[131] and Fourth, and Fifth, and Sixth Council;[132] 8 7”,35| and the one of Jerusalem fifth, solely in the matter of 9 7”,80| under Pope Felix before the Fifth Ecum. Council, and Peter 10 7”,80| see the Preface to the Fifth Ecum. C.O. But inasmuch 11 8”,23| remaining four. Later a fifth Patriarch was added, namely, 12 8”,23| Constantinople St. Flavian in the fifth place, Eusebius of Dorylaeum, 13 8”,23| senses, but in the fourth and fifth senses it has been used 14 8”,23| Marcus of Ephesus in the fifth Act of the Council held 15 8”,23| this. Likewise even the Fifth Council felt the need of 16 8”,23| this one thing. And in the fifth convention held in Florence 17 8”,23| Justinian in the time of the Fifth Council; the fourth was 18 8”,23| III (the Isaurian); the fifth was upper Iberia, as having 19 8”,23| Flavian, not first, but fifth in order, contrary to the 20 8”,23| on what grounds, that the Fifth Ecumenical Council anathematized 21 8”,23| not anathematized by the Fifth Council, but a goodly number 22 8”,23| number of years before the Fifth Council by a Synod or Council 23 8”,23| to have supplied what the Fifth and Sixth Councils failed 24 8”,23| Sixth more than with the Fifth Ecumenical Council, both 25 8”,23| that it took place in the Fifth Indiction immediately following 26 8”,23| in genera!, just as the Fifth Ecumenical Council recognized 27 8”,23| attested by Cyprian in his fifth discourse concerning the 28 8”,23| Bishop of Constantinople fifth in order, and disregarded


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