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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | as we can clearly see in reading the Nomocanon in XIV Titles 2 Intro | make for relatively easy reading, even for churchmen and 3 7”,32| also prohibits anyone from reading from the pulpit, even though 4 7”,32| to bow to the laity after reading. Read also Ap. c. LXXVIL~ ~ ~ 5 7”,65| paying close attention to the reading of the divine Scriptures, 6 7”,67| order to benefit himself by reading them, nor in order to give 7 7”,74| chants there ought to be reading (or praying) too, according 8 8 | deacons Epiphanius and John reading it; and after proclaiming 9 8”,9 | therefrom with a view to reading them. As for anyone who 10 8”,9 | hide them, with a view to reading them himself or providing 11 8”,14| imposition of hands, and reading from the pulpit at the synaxis, 12 8”,23| Canon there was found a note reading as follows: “Note the present 13 8”,23| Afterwards when the Reader ceased reading, the Dean in a sermon would 14 8”,23| of the fact that in the reading done by lectors in church, 15 8”,23| order to leave time for reading to be done; accordingly, 16 8”,23| Tarasius; and through the reading of this Canon Ellas, the 17 8”,23| the Old Testament, and in reading the prophets they rehashed 18 8”,23| present Council, after the reading of the speech delivered 19 8”,23| can sit enthroned while reading the Apostle (i.e., the Epistle).


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