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1 Intro | Saguna, N. Popovici, and C. Dron.30~ In the West, starting 2 1”,1 | Ap. cc. XXI, XXII, XXIII; c. VIII of the lst-&-2nd.)~ ~ 3 1”,1 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXI.~ ~ ~ 4 1”,2 | standing in the clergy.~(Ap. c. LXXX; c. XVII of the lst-&- 5 1”,2 | the clergy.~(Ap. c. LXXX; c. XVII of the lst-&-2nd; 6 1”,2 | XVII of the lst-&-2nd; c. X of Sardican; c. III of 7 1”,2 | 2nd; c. X of Sardican; c. III of Laodicea; c. IV 8 1”,2 | Sardican; c. III of Laodicea; c. IV of Cyril.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 9 1”,2 | Canon commands what Ap. c. LXXX ordains. For it says: 10 1”,2 | Canon (that is to say, Ap. c. LXXX), whether of necessity, 11 1”,2 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. LXXX.~ ~ ~ 12 1”,3 | person above suspicion.~(c. V of the 6th; c. XXIII 13 1”,3 | suspicion.~(c. V of the 6th; c. XXIII of the 7th; c. XIX 14 1”,3 | 6th; c. XXIII of the 7th; c. XIX of Ancyra; C. XIX of 15 1”,3 | the 7th; c. XIX of Ancyra; C. XIX of Carthage; c. LXXXVIII 16 1”,3 | Ancyra; C. XIX of Carthage; c. LXXXVIII of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.[ 17 1”,3 | Because if the above-mentioned c. XXII of the 7th prohibits 18 1”,4 | to the Metropolitan.~(Ap. c. I; c. III of the 7th; c. 19 1”,4 | Metropolitan.~(Ap. c. I; c. III of the 7th; c. XIX 20 1”,4 | c. I; c. III of the 7th; c. XIX of Antioch; c. VI of 21 1”,4 | 7th; c. XIX of Antioch; c. VI of Sardican; c. XII 22 1”,4 | Antioch; c. VI of Sardican; c. XII of Laodicea; and cc. 23 1”,4 | and in accordance with Ap. c. I. This is about the same 24 1”,4 | given by the Seventh Ecum. C. in its own c. III: therefore 25 1”,4 | Seventh Ecum. C. in its own c. III: therefore when only 26 1”,5 | XII, XIII, XXXII, XXXVII; c. XIX of the 4th; c. VIII 27 1”,5 | XXXVII; c. XIX of the 4th; c. VIII of the 6th; cc. VI, 28 1”,5 | that old Canon (i.e., Ap. c. XXXII or even XII) decrees, 29 1”,6 | the majority prevail.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. II of the 2nd; 30 1”,6 | XXXIV; cc. II of the 2nd; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII 31 1”,6 | 2nd; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI 32 1”,6 | 3rd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI of the 6th; c. XIX 33 1”,6 | 4th; c. XXXVI of the 6th; c. XIX of Laodicea; c. XIII 34 1”,6 | 6th; c. XIX of Laodicea; c. XIII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.[ 35 1”,6 | separate treatment in its c. VII; and concerning the 36 1”,6 | set forth its views in its c. III). So that the Patriarch ( 37 1”,6 | to the present Council’s c. IV). Yet if all the bishops 38 1”,6 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 39 1”,7 | dignity preserved.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. II, III of the 40 1”,7 | cc. II, III of the 2nd; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII 41 1”,7 | 2nd; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI 42 1”,7 | 3rd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI of the 6th; and c. 43 1”,7 | c. XXXVI of the 6th; and c. XIX of Antioch.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 44 1”,7 | That is to say, just as c. XII of Chalcedon prescribes 45 1”,7 | see the second footnote to c. VI of the present Council), 46 1”,7 | patriarch). Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 47 1”,8 | cc. XLVI, XLVII, LXVIII; c. VII of the 2nd; c. XCV 48 1”,8 | LXVIII; c. VII of the 2nd; c. XCV of the 6th; cc. VII, 49 1”,8 | VII, VIII of Laodicea; c. LXVI of Carthage; cc. I, 50 1”,8 | cc. I, XLVII of Basil; c. XII of Theophilus; c. XIV 51 1”,8 | Basil; c. XII of Theophilus; c. XIV of the 7th; c. XIII 52 1”,8 | Theophilus; c. XIV of the 7th; c. XIII of Ancyra; c. XIV 53 1”,8 | 7th; c. XIII of Ancyra; c. XIV of Neocaesarea; cc. 54 1”,8 | sectarian), according to c. I of St. Basil, yet, because 55 1”,8 | clergymen in the habit (thus c. LXVI of Carthage accepted 56 1”,8 | concerning which see Ap. c. XXXV, and c. XVI of the 57 1”,8 | which see Ap. c. XXXV, and c. XVI of the lst-&-2nd;[15] 58 1”,9 | Concordantly with the present Canon c. IX of Neocaesarea also 59 1”,9 | servant, in accordance with c. X of the same Council. 60 1”,9 | deposed in accordance with c. V of the same saint. It 61 1”,10 | they shall be deposed.~(Ap. c. LXII; cc. I, III, XII of 62 1”,10 | I, III, XII of Ancyra; c. X of Peter.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 63 1”,10 | redemption, in accordance with c. XII of Ancyra. All those 64 1”,10 | clergymen, according to c. III of the same council. 65 1”,10 | ordination; read also Ap. c. LXII.~ ~ ~ 66 1”,11 | prayers with the laity.~(c. VI of Ancyra; c. III of 67 1”,11 | laity.~(c. VI of Ancyra; c. III of Peter; cc. LXXIII, 68 1”,11 | LXXIII, LXXXI of Basil; c. II of Nyssa.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 69 1”,11 | six years, according to c. VI of Ancyra. Those, on 70 1”,11 | benefit thereof, according to c. III of Peter. But according 71 1”,11 | Peter. But according to c. II of Nyssa whoever denies 72 1”,11 | commands the same things in his c. XIII, by saying that anyone 73 1”,11 | for him to the Lord. In c. LXXXI of the same saint 74 1”,12 | limit.~(cc. IX, XI of Peter; c. CII of the 6th; cc. II, 75 1”,12 | In this connection, too, c. XXVIII of Nicephorus says 76 1”,13 | law (which appears to be c. VI of the Council held 77 1”,14 | together with catechumens.~(c. V of Neocaes, c. XIX of 78 1”,14 | catechumens.~(c. V of Neocaes, c. XIX of Laod.; c. XX of 79 1”,14 | Neocaes, c. XIX of Laod.; c. XX of Basil; c. VI of Timothy; 80 1”,14 | of Laod.; c. XX of Basil; c. VI of Timothy; c. V. of 81 1”,14 | Basil; c. VI of Timothy; c. V. of Cyril.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 82 1”,14 | catechumensprayer, according to c. XIX of Laodicea, and after 83 1”,14 | are likewise mentioned in c. VI of Timothy.[29] These 84 1”,14 | Basil the Great in his c. XX says: “And in general 85 1”,15 | ordained.~(Ap. cc. XIV, XV; c. VI of the 4th; cc. III, 86 1”,15 | cc. I, XVI of Sardican, c. LVII of Car.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 87 1”,15 | Apostolical Canon (namely, Ap. c. XIV, and most especially 88 1”,15 | detachedly, according to c. VI of the 4th. Read also 89 1”,16 | of the Church (i.e., Ap. c. XV), rashly depart from 90 1”,16 | would be contrary to Ap. c. XV, which does not exclude 91 1”,16 | and invalid. Read also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 92 1”,17 | alien to the Canon.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. X of 6th; c. IV 93 1”,17 | the Canon.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. X of 6th; c. IV of Laod.; 94 1”,17 | Ap. c. XLIV; c. X of 6th; c. IV of Laod.; cc. V, XX 95 1”,17 | Laod.; cc. V, XX of Car.; c. IV of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 96 1”,17 | canonical order. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 97 1”,18 | dismissed from his diaconate.~ (c. XX of Laodicea; c. VII 98 1”,18 | diaconate.~ (c. XX of Laodicea; c. VII of the 6th Ecum. C.)~ ~ 99 1”,18 | c. VII of the 6th Ecum. C.)~ ~Interpretation.~Good 100 1”,18 | keeping with the present Canon c. VII of the 6th is also 101 1”,18 | the presbyters. But even c. XX of Laodicea says that 102 1”,18 | to Zonaras and Balsamon c. XVIII of the present Council 103 1”,19 | fail among the laymen.~(Ap. c. XLVII; c. II of the 1st 104 1”,19 | the laymen.~(Ap. c. XLVII; c. II of the 1st Ec. C.; c. 105 1”,19 | XLVII; c. II of the 1st Ec. C.; c. XCV of the 6th; cc. 106 1”,19 | c. II of the 1st Ec. C.; c. XCV of the 6th; cc. VII, 107 1”,19 | VII, VIII of Laodicea; c. LXVI of Carth.; c. XV of 108 1”,19 | Laodicea; c. LXVI of Carth.; c. XV of the 4th; c. XIV and 109 1”,19 | Carth.; c. XV of the 4th; c. XIV and XL of the 6th; 110 1”,19 | XIV and XL of the 6th; c. XLIV of Basil; cc. VI, 111 1”,19 | deposition, in the same way as c. VIII of Laodicea calls 112 1”,19 | cc. XLVI and XLVII, and c. VII of the 2nd.) As for 113 1”,19 | years old (as does also c. 14 of the 6th, and c. XL 114 1”,19 | also c. 14 of the 6th, and c. XL of the same council 115 1”,19 | also the footnote to Ap. c. XLVII.~ ~ ~ 116 1”,20 | to God while standing.~(c. XC of the 6th; c. XV of 117 1”,20 | standing.~(c. XC of the 6th; c. XV of Peter.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 118 2 | additions, see the Footnote to c. VII of the Third. In addition 119 2 | indefinitely confirmed by c. I of the 4th, but definitely 120 2 | the 4th, but definitely by c. II of the 6th and by c. 121 2 | c. II of the 6th and by c. I of the 7th. (See Dositheus, 122 2”,1 | that of the Apollinarians.~(c. V of the 2nd; cc. I and 123 2”,1 | cc. I and V of the 6th; c. II of Car.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 124 2”,2 | cc. VI, VII of the 1st; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII 125 2”,2 | 1st; c. VIII of the 3rd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; cc. 126 2”,2 | XXX, XXXIX of the 6th; c. IX of Antioch; cc. III, 127 2”,2 | dignitaries, according to c. XXVIII of the 4th, have 128 2”,2 | Nicene Council has decreed (c. VI). For the same thing 129 2”,2 | cc. XXXIV and XXXV, and c. I of the Sixth.~ ~ ~ 130 2”,3 | of Antioch, according to c. XXXVI of the Sixth Ec. 131 2”,3 | XXXVI of the Sixth Ec. C., there would result four 132 2”,3 | assembled in Chalcedon, in their c. XXVIII, assert that these 133 2”,3 | Sixth Ecumenical), in their c. XXXVI, say for the Bishop 134 2”,3 | ancient custom; but its c. XXVIII (i.e., of the Fourth 135 2”,3 | i.e., of the Fourth Ec. C). merely confirmed this.[ 136 2”,3 | confirmed this.[51] Read also c. XXVIII of the Fourth.~ ~ ~ 137 2”,5 | Son and of Holy Spirit.~(c. I of the 2nd; c. I of the 138 2”,5 | Spirit.~(c. I of the 2nd; c. I of the 6th; cc. I, II 139 2”,6 | curable habits, according to c. I of Basil the Great, and 140 2”,6 | In much the same manner c. IX of the 4th decrees that 141 2”,6 | court. But, besides this, c. XII of Antioch expressly 142 2”,6 | thing is what is decreed by c. CXXXIV of the same Council.[ 143 2”,6 | of enmity. See also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. IX of the 144 2”,6 | See also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. IX of the 4th.~ ~ ~ 145 2”,7 | cc. VIII, XIX of the 1st; c. XCV of the 6th; cc. VII, 146 2”,7 | cc. VII, VIII of Laod.; c. LXVI of Carth.; cc. I, 147 2”,7 | believes (just as the First Ec. C. demanded this stipulation 148 2”,7 | Novatians particularly in its c. VIII), whose forehead, 149 2”,7 | them, in accordance with c. XXXIX of the local synod 150 2”,7 | returning are required by c. VIII of the same C. to 151 2”,7 | required by c. VIII of the same C. to be baptized. But it 152 2”,7 | it must be said also that c. XCV of the 6th is nothing 153 2”,7 | Canon XIX of the First Ec. C. wants all Paulianists to 154 2”,7 | as is also witnessed by c. XCV of the 6th. Canon XLVII 155 2”,7 | Apotactites (concerning whom see c. XCV of the 6th) to get 156 3 | confirmed indefinitely in c. I of the 4th, and by name 157 3 | by name and definitely in c. II of the 6th and in c. 158 3 | c. II of the 6th and in c. I of the 7th.~ ~ ~Canons. ~ ~ 159 3”,8 | and of no effect.79~78(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; 160 3”,8 | effect.79~78(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; c. XX of 161 3”,8 | XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; c. XX of the 6th; cc. XIII, 162 3”,8 | XII of Sardica). ~79(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. VI, VII of the 163 3”,8 | cc. VI, VII of the 1st; c. XX of the 2nd; cc. XXXVI, 164 3”,8 | XXXVI, XXXIX of the 6th; c. IX of Antioch.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 165 4 | by name and definitely by c. II of the Sixth, and indefinitely 166 4 | Sixth, and indefinitely by c. I of the Seventh; which 167 4”,1 | full force and effect.~(c. II of the 6th; c. I of 168 4”,1 | effect.~(c. II of the 6th; c. I of the 7th.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 169 4”,1 | Canon I of the Seventh Ec. C., dealing with the same 170 4”,2 | IV, V, XIX of the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; c. XII of 171 4”,2 | the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; c. XII of Laodicea; the letters 172 4”,3 | cc. VI, LXXXI, LXXXIII; c. VII of the 4th; c. XI of 173 4”,3 | LXXXIII; c. VII of the 4th; c. XI of the lst-&-2nd; c. 174 4”,3 | c. XI of the lst-&-2nd; c. XVIII of Carthage; and 175 4”,3 | XVIII of Carthage; and c. X of the 7th.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 176 4”,3 | clericate. Read also Ap. c. VI.~ ~ ~ 177 4”,4 | part of this Canon, cf. c. XXIV of the 4th; c. XXI 178 4”,4 | cf. c. XXIV of the 4th; c. XXI of the 7th; and c. 179 4”,4 | c. XXI of the 7th; and c. I of the lst-&-2nd. Regarding 180 4”,4 | Regarding the second part, Ap. c. LXXXII; cc. XL, XLII of 181 4”,4 | LXXIII, XC of Carthage; c. LXXXV of the 6th and c. 182 4”,4 | c. LXXXV of the 6th and c. III of Gangra.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 183 4”,4 | without leaving them (see c. XXI of the 7th) and involving 184 4”,4 | in accordance with Ap. c.XLI and c.XXV of Antioch, 185 4”,4 | accordance with Ap. c.XLI and c.XXV of Antioch, for two 186 4”,4 | Canon XVII of the 7th Ee. C. likewise commands that 187 4”,4 | them. In addition thereto, c. I of the lst-&-2nd refuses 188 4”,4 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. LXXXII, and c. XXIV of 189 4”,4 | Interpretation of Ap. c. LXXXII, and c. XXIV of the present Council.~ ~ 190 4”,5 | cc. XV, XVI of the 1st; c. XVII of the 6th; cc. III, 191 4”,6 | dishonor of the ordainer.~(c. XIII of Neocaesarea.)~ ~ 192 4”,7 | cc. III, VI of the 4th; c. XI of the lst-&-2nd; c. 193 4”,7 | c. XI of the lst-&-2nd; c. XVIII of Carthage; and 194 4”,7 | XVIII of Carthage; and c. X of the 7th.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 195 4”,7 | But why is it that Ap. c. LXXXIII only deposes these 196 4”,7 | former life (which the Ap. c. does not say), and for 197 4”,7 | unrepentant.[93] See also Ap. c. VI and c. XVI of the present 198 4”,7 | See also Ap. c. VI and c. XVI of the present Fourth.~ ~ ~ 199 4”,9 | be tried before him.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 1st; 200 4”,9 | before him.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 1st; cc. XVII, 201 4”,9 | or deacon, according to c. CXVIII of the same Ec. 202 4”,9 | CXVIII of the same Ec. C. of Carthage. Canon LXXXVII 203 4”,9 | Canon LXXXVII of the same C. says that if clergymen 204 4”,9 | defense. Canon CXV of the same C. says that if a clergyman 205 4”,9 | penalties).” Read also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the 206 4”,9 | Read also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the First.~ ~ ~ 207 4”,10 | forfeit his own rank.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 208 4”,10 | XVII, XVIII of the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of 209 4”,10 | the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of Antioch; cc. LXIII, 210 4”,10 | same city, according to c. XV of the 7th), namely, 211 4”,10 | beginning. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 212 4”,11 | suspicion.~(Ap. cc. XII, XXXIII; c. XIII of the 4th; c. XVII 213 4”,11 | XXXIII; c. XIII of the 4th; c. XVII of the 6th; cc. VII, 214 4”,11 | and the Footnote to Ap. c. XIV.~ ~ 215 4”,12 | this Metropolis (alone).~(c. VIII of the First; Ap. 216 4”,12 | VIII of the First; Ap. c. XXXIV; ec. VI, VII of the 217 4”,12 | cc. II, III of the 2nd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; cc. 218 4”,12 | XXXVI, XXXIX of the 6th; c. VIII of the 3rd.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 219 4”,12 | Canons, and especially to c. VIII of the 1st), and the 220 4”,12 | metropolis, in accordance with c. VI of the First Ec. C., 221 4”,12 | with c. VI of the First Ec. C., which says that one who 222 4”,12 | a bishop. Read also Ap. c. XXXIV.~ ~ ~ 223 4”,14 | Canonical penalty.~(Ap. c. XXVI; cc. VI and LXXII 224 4”,14 | Notwithstanding that Ap. c. XXVI commands that Anagnosts 225 4”,14 | Africa, according to its c. XIX). So this holy Council 226 4”,14 | Concord.~In a similar manner c. XXXI of Laodicea commands 227 4”,14 | Christians. In addition, c. X of Laodicea, i.e., of 228 4”,14 | rule is also laid down by c. XXIX of Carthage; while 229 4”,14 | XXIX of Carthage; while c. LXXII of the 6th even goes 230 4”,14 | Cor. 6:14). Read also Ap. c. XXVI.[99]~ ~ 231 4”,15 | himself with her in marriage.~(c. XIX of the 1st; cc. XIV 232 4”,15 | XIV and XI of the 6th; c. XLIV of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 233 4”,15 | also the Interpretation of c. XIX of the First Ec. C. 234 4”,15 | c. XIX of the First Ec. C. and the third Footnote 235 4”,16 | the treatment of them.~(c. VII of the 4th; c. XLIV 236 4”,16 | them.~(c. VII of the 4th; c. XLIV of the 6th; c. XIX 237 4”,16 | 4th; c. XLIV of the 6th; c. XIX of Carthage; and cc. 238 4”,16 | what is said about this in c. XLV of the 6th, and they 239 4”,16 | virgins (for, according to c. XVIII of Basil, any such 240 4”,16 | black habit, according to c. XLV of the 6th). Hence 241 4”,16 | virgins, in accordance with c. XIX of Basil, are not permitted 242 4”,16 | Basil the Great in his c. VI and his VIII; see alsto 243 4”,16 | and his VIII; see alsto c. VII of the present Council.~ ~ ~ 244 4”,17 | parishes be followed.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 1st; 245 4”,17 | followed.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 1st; cc. IX, 246 4”,17 | desuetude after this Fourth Ec. C. was held, as we said in 247 4”,17 | as we said in Footnote to c. IX of the present C.), 248 4”,17 | to c. IX of the present C.), or to the Bishop of Constantinople, 249 4”,17 | sections, the Sixth Ec. C. incorporated in its own 250 4”,17 | incorporated in its own c. XXV that part of this present 251 4”,17 | these to the end in its own c. XXXVIII. Note also that 252 4”,17 | XXXVIII. Note also that c.CXXIX of Carthage prescribes 253 4”,17 | him. The same Council’s c. CXXVIII declares that heretics 254 4”,17 | subject of old. In addition, c. CXXX says that in case 255 4”,17 | the Interpretations of Ap. c. LXXIV, of c. VI of the 256 4”,17 | Interpretations of Ap. c. LXXIV, of c. VI of the First Ec. C., 257 4”,17 | of c. VI of the First Ec. C., and c. IX of the present 258 4”,17 | of the First Ec. C., and c. IX of the present Fourth 259 4”,17 | of the present Fourth Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 260 4”,18 | own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XXXIV of the 6th; 261 4”,18 | altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XXXIV of the 6th; cc. X, 262 4”,18 | cc. X, LXII of Carthage; c. VI of Gangra; c. V of Antioch; 263 4”,18 | Carthage; c. VI of Gangra; c. V of Antioch; and cc. III, 264 4”,18 | the Interpretation of Ap. C. XXXI.~ ~ ~ 265 4”,19 | in a brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V. of the 1st; 266 4”,19 | brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V. of the 1st; c. VIII 267 4”,19 | XXXVII; c. V. of the 1st; c. VIII of the 6th; c. VI 268 4”,19 | 1st; c. VIII of the 6th; c. VI of the 7th; c. XX of 269 4”,19 | the 6th; c. VI of the 7th; c. XX of Antioch; cc. XXVI, 270 4”,19 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ 271 4”,20 | to his own church.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 272 4”,20 | XVII, XVIII of the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of 273 4”,20 | the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of Antioch; cc. LXIII, 274 4”,20 | Clergymen (as has been stated in c. VIII) who are conducting 275 4”,20 | has passed, according to c. XVIII of the 6th). Any 276 4”,20 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 277 4”,21 | been examined into.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 2nd; 278 4”,21 | examined into.~(Ap. c. LXXIV; c. VI of the 2nd; cc. VIII, 279 4”,21 | this connection, also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the 280 4”,21 | connection, also Ap. c. LXXIV and c. VI of the 2nd Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 281 4”,21 | and c. VI of the 2nd Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 282 4”,22 | of their own offices.~(Ap c. XL; c. XXIV of Antioch; 283 4”,22 | own offices.~(Ap c. XL; c. XXIV of Antioch; c. XXXV 284 4”,22 | XL; c. XXIV of Antioch; c. XXXV of the 6th; cc. XXX 285 4”,22 | them to do (as, e.g., Ap. c. LX and c. XXIV of Antioch). 286 4”,22 | as, e.g., Ap. c. LX and c. XXIV of Antioch). Those 287 4”,22 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XL.~ ~ ~ 288 4”,23 | their own regions.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 289 4”,23 | XVII, XCVIII of the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of 290 4”,23 | the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of Antioch; cc. LXIII, 291 4”,23 | is, see the Footnote to c. II of the present Council. 292 4”,23 | present Council. See also Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 293 4”,24 | provided by the Canons.~(c. IV of the 4th; c. XLIX 294 4”,24 | Canons.~(c. IV of the 4th; c. XLIX of the 6th; cc. XII, 295 4”,24 | cc. XII, XIX of the 7th; c. I of the lst-&-2nd; c. 296 4”,24 | c. I of the lst-&-2nd; c. II of Cyril.)~ ~ ~Interpretation.~ 297 4”,24 | asserted in connection with c. IV of the present Council, 298 4”,24 | mentioned by the 7th Ec. C. in its c. XIII, wherein 299 4”,24 | by the 7th Ec. C. in its c. XIII, wherein it deposes 300 4”,24 | departs of his own accord. And c. II of Cyril specifies that 301 4”,25 | of the same church.~(Ap. c. LVIII; c. XIX of the 6th; 302 4”,25 | same church.~(Ap. c. LVIII; c. XIX of the 6th; c. XVI 303 4”,25 | LVIII; c. XIX of the 6th; c. XVI of the lst-&-2nd; cc. 304 4”,25 | CXXXII of Carthage, and c. X of Peter.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 305 4”,26 | cc. XXIV, XXV of Antioch; c. VII of the lst-&-2nd; cc. 306 4”,26 | XXXIV, XLI of Carthage; c. VII of Gangra; c. XV of 307 4”,26 | Carthage; c. VII of Gangra; c. XV of Ancyra; c. LXX of 308 4”,26 | Gangra; c. XV of Ancyra; c. LXX of Theophilus; and 309 4”,26 | LXX of Theophilus; and c. II of Cyril.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 310 4”,27 | shall be anathematized.~(c. XCII of the 6th; c. XI 311 4”,27 | anathematized.~(c. XCII of the 6th; c. XI of Ancyra; cc. XXII, 312 4”,28 | been reported to him. (Ap c. XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd 313 4”,28 | reported to him. (Ap c. XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd and c. XXXVI 314 4”,28 | XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd and c. XXXVI of the 6th.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 315 4”,28 | Since at this Fourth Council c. III of the Second Council 316 4”,28 | Canons prescribe, especially c. VI of the First) shall 317 4”,29 | prohibits this, whereas c. XX of the 6th reduces to 318 4”,29 | puzzling question in Ap. c. XXXV.~ ~ ~ 319 5 | respective Act of the Seventh Ec. C. See also p. 14 in the first 320 7 | present at the Seventh Ec. C., by the so-called First-and-Second 321 7 | Council, which mentions its c. XXXI in its own c. XII. 322 7 | mentions its c. XXXI in its own c. XII. They are also confirmed 323 7 | Act 4 of the Seventh Ec. C.) says in reference to this 324 7 | Act 4 of the Seventh Ec. C., p. 780 of the second volume 325 7 | aloud to the Seventh Ec. C. Peter the Bishop of Nicomedeia 326 7”,2 | concerning them also in Ap. c. LXXXV). b) Those of the 327 7”,2 | previous) Ecumenical Councils. c) Those of the regional Councils 328 7”,2 | violated.[134] Read also Ap. c. LXXXV, c. I of the 4th, 329 7”,2 | Read also Ap. c. LXXXV, c. I of the 4th, and the Prolegomena 330 7”,3 | process of repentance, just as c. XXVII of St. Basil the 331 7”,3 | together with that of Ap. c. XIX.~ ~ ~ 332 7”,4 | be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. XXV; c. IX of the 4th; 333 7”,4 | excommunicated.~(Ap. c. XXV; c. IX of the 4th; c. XVI of 334 7”,4 | XXV; c. IX of the 4th; c. XVI of the 4th; cc. XXI, 335 7”,4 | XL, XLIV, XLV of the 6th; c. XIX of Ancyra; c. IX of 336 7”,4 | the 6th; c. XIX of Ancyra; c. IX of Neocaesarea; cc. 337 7”,4 | lay-woman. Read also Ap. c. XXV and c. XVI of the 4th.~ ~ ~ 338 7”,4 | Read also Ap. c. XXV and c. XVI of the 4th.~ ~ ~ 339 7”,5 | them be excommunicated.~(c. III of the 1st; cc. XVIII, 340 7”,5 | XVIII, XXII of the 7th; c. XIX of Ancyra; c. XLV of 341 7”,5 | the 7th; c. XIX of Ancyra; c. XLV of Carthage; and c. 342 7”,5 | c. XLV of Carthage; and c. LXXXIX of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 343 7”,5 | suspicion — this refers to c. III of the First Ec. C. — 344 7”,5 | c. III of the First Ec. C. — such persons being a 345 7”,5 | excommunicated. Read also c. III of the First Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 346 7”,5 | c. III of the First Ec. C.~ ~ ~ 347 7”,6 | ordination, let him do so.~(Ap c. XXVI; cc. XIV, XV of the 348 7”,6 | cc. XIV, XV of the 4th; c. XIII of Ancyra; and cc. 349 7”,7 | superior to mundane offices.~(c. XVIII of the 1st; c. XX 350 7”,7 | offices.~(c. XVIII of the 1st; c. XX of Laodicea.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 351 7”,7 | mundane.[137] Read also c. XVIII of the First Ec. 352 7”,7 | XVIII of the First Ec. C.~ ~ 353 7”,8 | in a brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V of the 1st; 354 7”,8 | brotherly way.~(Ap. c. XXXVII; c. V of the 1st; c. XIX of 355 7”,8 | XXXVII; c. V of the 1st; c. XIX of the 4th; c. VI of 356 7”,8 | 1st; c. XIX of the 4th; c. VI of the 7th; c. XX of 357 7”,8 | the 4th; c. VI of the 7th; c. XX of Antioch; cc. XXVI, 358 7”,8 | brotherly way. Read also Ap. c. XXXVII.~ ~ ~ 359 7”,9 | Ap. cc. XLII, XLIII, LIV; c. XXII of the 7th; c. XXIV 360 7”,9 | LIV; c. XXII of the 7th; c. XXIV of Laodicea; cc. XVIII, 361 7”,9 | clergyman.[138] Read also Ap. c. XLII.~ ~ ~ 362 7”,10 | deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. XVII of the 1st; 363 7”,10 | from office.~(Ap. c. XLIV; c. XVII of the 1st; c. IV 364 7”,10 | XLIV; c. XVII of the 1st; c. IV of Laodicea; cc. V, 365 7”,10 | cc. V, XX of Carthage; c. XIV of Basil.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 366 7”,10 | from office. Read also Ap. c. XLIV.~ ~ ~ 367 7”,12 | Canon of the Apostles, their c. V, that is to say, which 368 7”,12 | at the beginning of Ap. c. I. This fact is plainly 369 7”,12 | be deposed. See also Ap. c. V.~ ~ ~ 370 7”,13 | of the Holy Apostles, Ap. c. V, that is to say, desire 371 7”,13 | 142] in accordance with c. XXXIII, in order that we 372 7”,13 | antiquity, in accordance with c. III of the same Council ( 373 7”,13 | the laity (according to c. III, that is to say, of 374 7”,13 | ingeminates word for word Ap. c. V, the Interpretation of 375 7”,14 | she is forty years old.~(c. XIX of the 1st; c. XV of 376 7”,14 | old.~(c. XIX of the 1st; c. XV of the 4th; c. XI of 377 7”,14 | the 1st; c. XV of the 4th; c. XI of Neocaes.; c. XXI 378 7”,14 | 4th; c. XI of Neocaes.; c. XXI of Car.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 379 7”,14 | word the fifteenth of the C. in Neocaesarea. Accordingly, 380 7”,14 | twenty-five. That is exactly what c. XXI of Carthage also says. 381 7”,14 | age of twenty.” Read also c. XIX of the 1st, and the 382 7”,14 | 1st, and the Footnote to c. XI of Neocaesarea.~ ~ ~ 383 7”,15 | Concord.~According to c. XIX of Carthage a young 384 7”,15 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. I. Inasmuch as the civil 385 7”,16 | in regard to the needy.~(c. XV of Neocaesarea.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 386 7”,16 | corrects, or rather improves, c. XV of Neocaesarea. The 387 7”,17 | X, XI, XIII, XX, XXIII; c. XV of the 7th; cc. III, 388 7”,17 | epinemesis, as is evident from c. III of the present Council), 389 7”,18 | who is keeping him.~(Ap. c. XV; cc. XV, XVI of the 390 7”,18 | X, XX, XXIII of the 4th; c. XVII of the 6th; c. XV 391 7”,18 | 4th; c. XVII of the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of 392 7”,18 | the 6th; c. XV of the 7th; c. III of Antioch; cc. XV, 393 7”,18 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XV.~ ~ ~ 394 7”,19 | their own salvation.~(Ap. c. LVI; cc. II, XVI of the 395 7”,19 | cc. II, XVI of the 1st; c. XIX of Laodicea; cc. LXXIX, 396 7”,19 | CXXXII, CXXXIII of Carthage; c. X of Peter; c. VI of the 397 7”,19 | Carthage; c. X of Peter; c. VI of the Faster.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 398 7”,19 | Besides this, however, c. XIX of Laodicea says that 399 7”,19 | the liturgy. Read also Ap. c. LVIII.~ ~ 400 7”,20 | functions of a Presbyter.~(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; 401 7”,20 | Presbyter.~(Ap. c. XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; c. VIII 402 7”,20 | XXXV; c. II of the 2nd; c. VIII of the 3rd; cc. XIII, 403 7”,20 | Canon does not conflict with c. XXIX of the 4th, on account 404 7”,20 | account of what is said in Ap. c. XXXV, which you may read 405 7”,20 | the heavenly life.~(Ap. c XXV; c, IX of the 1st; e. 406 7”,20 | heavenly life.~(Ap. c XXV; c, IX of the 1st; e. IV of 407 7”,20 | the 1st; e. IV of the 6th; c. IX of Neocaesarea; cc. 408 7”,20 | to repent. Read also Ap. c. XXV.~ ~ ~ 409 7”,21 | and choice of life.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 410 7”,21 | choice of life.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; c. XXIII 411 7”,21 | XXIX; c. II of the 4th; c. XXIII of the 6th; ec. IV, 412 7”,21 | IV, V, XIX of the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; letters of 413 7”,21 | from office. See also Ap. c. XXIX. Read, and sigh, my 414 7”,22 | delusion and maleficence.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; 415 7”,22 | maleficence.~(Ap. c. XXIX; c. II of the 4th; c. XXII 416 7”,22 | XXIX; c. II of the 4th; c. XXII of the 6th; cc. IV, 417 7”,22 | IV, XV, IX of the 7th; c. XCI of Basil; letters of 418 7”,22 | money.[151] Read also Ap. c. XXIX.~ ~ ~ 419 7”,23 | LXII, LXVI of the 6th; c. XXII of the 7th; cc. III, 420 7”,23 | commands, that is to say, c. LIV of the Council held 421 7”,24 | Synod of the province.~(c. XVII of the 4th; c. CXXVIII, 422 7”,24 | province.~(c. XVII of the 4th; c. CXXVIII, CXXIX, CXXX of 423 7”,24 | The present Canon renews c. XVII of the 4th, which 424 7”,25 | has been deprived.~(Ap. c. XIX; c. III of the 6th; 425 7”,25 | been deprived.~(Ap. c. XIX; c. III of the 6th; c. II of 426 7”,25 | XIX; c. III of the 6th; c. II of Neocaesarea; cc. 427 7”,25 | penances. Read also Ap. c. XIX.~ ~ ~ 428 7”,26 | excommunicated for one week.~(c. XVI of the 7th; cc. XII, 429 7”,26 | further to be noted that c. XVI of the 7th imposes 430 7”,26 | Though it is true that c. XII of Gangra anathematizes 431 7”,26 | it asserted in its said c. II by what it asserts in 432 7”,26 | by what it asserts in its c. XXI, which says: “We praise 433 7”,27 | LVII, XCIX of the 6th; c. XL of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 434 7”,27 | from office. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 435 7”,28 | prematurely broken.~(Ap. c. LXIX; c. LXXXIX of the 436 7”,28 | prematurely broken.~(Ap. c. LXIX; c. LXXXIX of the 6th; cc. 437 7”,28 | XLVIII, LVI of Carthage; c. I of Dionysius; cc. VIII, 438 7”,28 | as an improvement over c. XLVIII of Carthage which 439 7”,28 | by the Apostles, in their c. LXIX, that is to say, which 440 7”,28 | that is to say, those in c. L of the Fathers of Laodicea, 441 7”,28 | however, that not only this c. XLVIII of Carthage decrees 442 7”,28 | saying “fastingly”), but c. LVI of the same Council 443 7”,28 | having eaten, according to c. IX of Nicephorus. When 444 7”,28 | communed. Read also Ap. c. LXIX.~ ~ ~ 445 7”,29 | state of their mind.~(Ap. c. V; cc. XII, XIII, XLVIII 446 7”,29 | XIII, XLVIII of the 6th; c. IV of Gangra; cc. III, 447 7”,29 | legislation embodied in Ap. c. V, which commands that 448 7”,29 | to Barbary, according to c. IV of Carthage). Read also 449 7”,30 | deposed from office.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 4th; 450 7”,30 | from office.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 4th; cc. XXXIV, 451 7”,30 | XXXIV, LIX of the 6th; c. XII, XIII, XIV, XV of the 452 7”,30 | XIV, XV of the lst-&-2nd; c. VI of Gangra; c. V of Antioch; 453 7”,30 | lst-&-2nd; c. VI of Gangra; c. V of Antioch; c. LVIII 454 7”,30 | Gangra; c. V of Antioch; c. LVIII of Laodicea; cc. 455 7”,30 | lst-&-2nd Council in its c. XII, and confirmed, and 456 7”,30 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXI.~ ~ 457 7”,31 | the Fathers in Carthage in c. XLIV, which they set forth 458 7”,31 | handed down. Read also Ap. c. III.~ ~ ~ 459 7”,32 | be excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LXXVII; c. XIV of the 4th; 460 7”,32 | excommunicated.~(Ap. c. LXXVII; c. XIV of the 4th; c. XXIII 461 7”,32 | LXXVII; c. XIV of the 4th; c. XXIII of Laodicea; c. XXII 462 7”,32 | 4th; c. XXIII of Laodicea; c. XXII of Carthage.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 463 7”,32 | after reading. Read also Ap. c. LXXVIL~ ~ ~ 464 7”,33 | own rank altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 4th; 465 7”,33 | altogether.~(Ap. c. XXXI; c. XVIII of the 4th; cc. XIII, 466 7”,33 | XIV, XV of the lst-&-2nd; c. V of Antioch; cc. X, LXII 467 7”,33 | This Canon is the same as c. XVIII of the 4th; and read 468 7”,33 | the Interpretation of Ap. c. XXXI.~ ~ ~ 469 7”,34 | is to be ordained.~(Ap. c. XL; c. XXII of the 4th; 470 7”,34 | be ordained.~(Ap. c. XL; c. XXII of the 4th; c. XXIV 471 7”,34 | XL; c. XXII of the 4th; c. XXIV of Antioch; cc. XXX, 472 7”,34 | be ordained. See also Ap. c. XL.~ ~ ~ 473 7”,35 | the Jerusalemites.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd; 474 7”,35 | Jerusalemites.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd; c. XXVIII 475 7”,35 | XXXIV; c. III of the 2nd; c. XXVIII of the 4th.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 476 7”,35 | present Canon renews[164] c. III of the 2nd Ecum. C. 477 7”,35 | c. III of the 2nd Ecum. C. and c. XXVIII of the 4th, 478 7”,35 | of the 2nd Ecum. C. and c. XXVIII of the 4th, which 479 7”,35 | above-mentioned Canons, and c. VI of the First Ecum. C. 480 7”,35 | c. VI of the First Ecum. C. and the Footnote thereto, 481 7”,36 | touching its rigor.~(Ap. c. XXXVI; c. XVIII of Ancyra; 482 7”,36 | its rigor.~(Ap. c. XXXVI; c. XVIII of Ancyra; cc. XVII, 483 7”,36 | and see the Footnote to c. XVI of Antioch), as the 484 7”,36 | that account. Read also Ap. c. XXXVI.~ ~ ~ 485 7”,37 | ecclesiastical parishes be followed.~(c. XVII of the 4th.) (The 486 7”,37 | present Canon is included in c. XVII of the 4th, and see 487 7”,38 | shall be ordained.~(Ap. c. XXXIV; cc. VI, XII of the 488 7”,38 | II, III, VIII of the 2nd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI 489 7”,38 | 2nd; c. XXVIII of the 4th; c. XXXVI of the 6th; c. IX 490 7”,38 | 4th; c. XXXVI of the 6th; c. IX of Antioch.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 491 7”,38 | the Bishop of Cyprus by c. VIII of the 3rd Council 492 7”,38 | Constantinople, as we have said in c. XXVIII of the 4th, so and 493 7”,38 | ordained by him.[167] Read also c. VIII of the Third Council.~ ~ ~ 494 7”,39 | state of what is good.~(c. XIX of the 1st; c. XV of 495 7”,39 | good.~(c. XIX of the 1st; c. XV of the 4th; c. XIV of 496 7”,39 | the 1st; c. XV of the 4th; c. XIV of the 6th; cc. VI, 497 7”,39 | the Great asserts in his c. XVIII and especially in 498 7”,39 | forty years old, in their c. XV,[169] seeing the Church 499 7”,39 | so much the sooner. But c. VI of Carthage says also 500 7”,39 | by only the bishop; and c. LI of the same Council


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