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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,12| means of beneficia, or, more plainly speaking, with gifts and 2 7 | of Justinian, as becomes plainly evident from the exact likeness 3 7”,12| of Ap. c. I. This fact is plainly evident also from what the 4 7”,30| general, that is to say, more plainly speaking, in ordinary houses, 5 7”,36| same definition, or, more plainly speaking, according as their 6 7”,36| definition of economy, or more plainly speaking the right to do 7 7”,60| Gregory of Nyssa in his c. II plainly states this. But also c. 8 7”,88| has already risen, as is plainly evidenced by the divine 9 7”,88| hour of Sabbath, or, more plainly speaking, at the dawning 10 8”,7 | said: “Some men’s sins are plainly evident, . . . whereas those 11 8”,14| Abbot — that is to say, more plainly speaking, if he is a Presbyter ( 12 8”,23| deserving many tears are also plainly visible to those who know 13 8”,23| to a father confessor, or plainly evident, and consequently 14 8”,23| which is to say, more plainly speaking, the privilege 15 8”,23| promised not to do so, is plainly evident from c. XXXIII of 16 8”,23| the five loaves is more plainly and more explicitly presented 17 8”,23| monk (that is to say, more plainly speaking, he is not perfect). 18 8”,23| occasion, they are proving more plainly the fact that the habit 19 8”,23| as is to be seen therein plainly enough, and gleaned from 20 8”,23| convent. This became more plainly evident from c. CXXXV of 21 8”,23| the tessaracosta, as is plainly evidenced by the example 22 8”,23| time came for baptism is plainly evident from the liturgy 23 8”,23| so-called papalethra — or, more plainly speaking, the stephanos 24 8”,23| Apostles all wore beards, as is plainly evident from the most ancient 25 8”,23| see here three things as plainly as day, to wit: 1) that


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