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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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priorities

   Council,  Canon
1 2”,2 | Eastern Church only, the priorities granted to the church of 2 2”,3 | Constantinople, however, have the priorities of honor after the Bishop 3 2”,3 | these 150 Bishops gave equal priorities to the Bishop of old Rome 4 2”,3 | Constantinople to enjoy equal priorities with the Bishop of Rome. 5 4”,28| regard to the privileges and priorities of the most holy Church 6 4”,28| naturally enough granted the priorities to the throne of Old Rome 7 4”,28| Bishops have accorded the like priorities to the most holy throne 8 4”,28| of other privileges and priorities, should be magnified also 9 4”,28| Constantinople is to enjoy priorities of honor with the Bishop 10 4”,28| same things as regards the priorities of the same city of Constantinople 11 7”,35| enjoy equal seniorities (or priorities) with the throne of older 12 8”,23| merely insisted that the priorities (of all) were equal? or, 13 8”,23| also in its c. Ill accorded priorities of honor to the Bishop of 14 8”,23| to bestow upon him also priorities of authority. 3) The fact 15 8”,23| Rome were displeased by the priorities granted to the Bishop of 16 8”,23| the Bishop of Rome has the priorities of honor and of authority, 17 8”,23| Constantinople has the same priorities — that is to say, the Patriarchal 18 8”,23| Rome. But neither are the priorities of Rome those which were 19 8”,23| luster, I say, are not the priorities and dignities conferred 20 8”,23| naturally enough granted the priorities to the throne of Old Rome


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