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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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deaconess

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,19| however, commands that a deaconess be ordained such when forty 2 1”,19| excommunicates from the Mysteries any deaconess that commits fornication 3 1”,19| VIII, ch. 14) says that a deaconess ought not to live with anyone 4 4”,9 | clergyman, or a monk, or a deaconess, or a nun, or any ascetic 5 4”,15| Let no woman be ordained a deaconess before the age of forty, 6 4”,15| woman shall be ordained a deaconess if she is less than forty 7 4”,15| ordained and serving as a deaconess for some time, she afterwards 8 7”,14| twenty-five years old, nor a Deaconess before she is forty years 9 7”,14| Nor can a woman become a deaconess until she has reached the 10 7”,39| instructions to the effect that a deaconess can be ordained only when 11 7”,39| woman may be ordained a deaconess when she is forty years 12 7”,47| elevated to the office of Deaconess.~ ~Interpretation.~The present 13 7”,47| worthy, she may be made a deaconess. Read also Ap. c. V, and 14 8”,23| prelates?~ ~ [37] Note that a Deaconess, though apparently ordained 15 8”,23| legislation of Christ. So this deaconess was ordained at first (ibid. 16 8”,23| evil suspicions, a woman deaconess was sent, according to the 17 8”,23| III, ch. 14 and 19). But a deaconess was also needed to render 18 8”,23| wherein it is written that “A Deaconess can neither bless nor do 19 8”,23| or quasi ordination) of a deaconess consisted in her bowing 20 8”,23| to the effect that the deaconess, being a virgin and never 21 8”,23| indefinite manner that no deaconess should be ordained until 22 8”,23| a chaste virgin become a deaconess; or, otherwise, one that 23 8”,23| she be worthy, become a deaconess; and c) that famous Olympias 24 8”,23| who, though a widow, was a deaconess. The fact, too, that the 25 8”,23| former anathematizes any deaconess that has married together


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