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Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Ser. II, Vol. XIV Index

Early Church Fathers 

Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Ser. II, Vol. XIV

The Seven Ecumenical Councils


Title Pages.

Title Pages.

Preface.

Preface.

General Introduction.

General Introduction.
Section I
Section II
Section III

Bibliographical Introduction.

Bibliographical Introduction.

Appended Note on the Eastern Editions of Synodical Literature.

Appended Note on the Eastern Editions of Synodical Literature.
Introduction.
Bibliograficeskij Ukazatel' Pecatnyh Izdanij Apostol'skih I Sobornyh Pravil Na Slavjanskom I Russkom Jazykah.
A Bibliographical Index of the Printed Editions of the Canons of the Apostles and of the Councils in the Slavonic and Russian Languages.

Excursus on the History of the Roman Law and Its Relation to the Canon Law.

Excursus on the History of the Roman Law and Its Relation to the Canon Law.

The First Ecumenical Council:  The First Council of Nice.

The First Ecumenical Council:  The First Council of Nice.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
The Nicene Creed.
Excursus on the Word Homousios.
Excursus on the Words γεννηθέντα οὐ ποιηθέντα.”
The Canons of the 318 Holy Fathers Assembled in the City of Nice, in Bithynia.
Canon I
Excursus on the Use of the Word “Canon.”
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Excursus on the Word Προσφέρειν.
Canon VI
Excursus on the Extent of the Jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome Over the Suburbican Churches.
Canon VII
Excursus on the Rise of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem.
Canon VIII
Excursus on the Chorepiscopi.
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Excursus on the Public Discipline or Exomologesis of the Early Church.
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Excursus on the Communion of the Sick.
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Excursus on the Translation of Bishops.
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Excursus on Usury.
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Excursus on the Deaconess of the Early Church.
Canon XX
Excursus on the Number of the Nicene Canons.
The Captions of the Arabic Canons Attributed to the Council of Nice.
Proposed Action on Clerical Celibacy.
The Synodal Letter.
On the Keeping of Easter.
Excursus on the Subsequent History of the Easter Question.

The Canons of the Councils of Ancyra, Gangra, Neocæsarea, Antioch and Laodicea, which Canons were Accepted and Received by the Ecumenical Synods.

The Canons of the Councils of Ancyra, Gangra, Neocæsarea, Antioch and Laodicea, which Canons were Accepted and Received by the Ecumenical Synods.
Title Page.
Introductory Note to the Canons of the Provincial Synods which in this Volume are Interjected Between the First and the Second Ecumenical Councils.
The Council of Ancyra.
Title Page.
Historical Note.
The Canons of the Council of Ancyra.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Excursus on Second Marriages, Called Digamy.
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Canon XXV
The Council of Neocæsarea.
Title Page.
Historical Note.
The Canons of the Holy and Blessed Fathers Who Assembled at Neocæsarea, Which are Indeed Later in Date Than Those Made at Ancyra, But More Ancient Than the Nicene:  However, the Synod of Nice Has Been Placed Before Them on Account of Its Peculiar Dignity.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
The Council of Grangra.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
Synodical Letter of the Council of Gangra.
The Canons of the Holy Fathers Assembled at Gangra, Which Were Set Forth After the Council of Nice.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Epilogue.
The Synod of Antioch in Encæniis.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
The Synodal Letter.
The Canons of the Blessed and Holy Fathers Assembled at Antioch in Syria.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Canon XXV
Synod of Laodicea.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
The Canons of the Synod Held in the City of Laodicea, in Phrygia Pacatiana, in which Many Blessed Fathers from Divers Provinces of Asia Were Gathered Together.
Preface.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Excursus on the Choir Offices of the Early Church.
Canon XIX
Excursus on the Worship of the Early Church.
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Excursus on the Vestments of the Early Church.
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Excursus on the Minor Orders of the Early Church.
Canon XXV
Canon XXVI
Canon XXVII
Canon XXVIII
Canon XXIX
Canon XXX
Canon XXXI
Canon XXXII
Canon XXXIII
Canon XXXIV
Canon XXXV
Canon XXXVI
Canon XXXVII
Canon XXXVIII
Canon XXXIX
Canon XL
Canon XLI
Canon XLII
Canon XLIII
Canon XLIV
Canon XLV
Canon XLVI
Canon XLVII
Canon XLVIII
Canon XLIX
Canon L
Canon LI
Canon LII
Canon LIII
Canon LIV
Canon LV
Canon LVI
Canon LVII
Canon LVIII
Canon LIX
Canon LX

The Second Ecumenical Council:  The First Council of Constantinople.

The Second Ecumenical Council:  The First Council of Constantinople.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
The Holy Creed Which the 150 Holy Fathers Set Forth, Which is Consonant with the Holy and Great Synod of Nice.
Historical Excursus on the Introduction into the Creed of the Words “and the Son.”
Historical Note on the Lost “Tome” of the Second Council.
Letter of the Same Holy Synod to the Most Pious Emperor Theodosius the Great, to Which are Appended the Canons Enacted by Them.
Introduction on the Number of the Canons.
Canons of the One Hundred and Fifty Fathers who assembled at Constantinople during the Consulate of those Illustrious Men, Flavius Eucherius and Flavius Evagrius on the VII of the Ides of July.
Canon I
Excursus on the Heresies Condemned in Canon I.
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Warning to the Reader Touching Canon VII.
Canon VII
Excursus on the Authority of the Second Ecumenical Council.
The Synodical Letter.

The Third Ecumenical Council:  The Council of Ephesus.

The Third Ecumenical Council:  The Council of Ephesus.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
Note on the Emperor's Edict to the Synod.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.
The Epistle of Cyril to Nestorius.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I. (Continued).
Historical Introduction to St. Cyril's Anathematisms.
The Epistle of Cyril to Nestorius with the XII. Anathematisms.
The XII. Anathematisms of St. Cyril Against Nestorius.
Anathematism I
Excursus on the Word Θεοτόκος.
Anathematism II
Anathematism III
Anathematism IV
Anathematism V
Anathematism VI
Anathematism VII
Anathematism VIII
Anathematism IX
Excursus on How Our Lord Worked Miracles.
Anathematism X
Anathematism XI
Anathematism XII
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.  (Continued).
Decree of the Council Against Nestorius.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II.
The Letter of Pope Cœlestine to the Synod of Ephesus.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II. (Continued.)
Extracts from the Acts.  Session III.
The Canons of the Two Hundred Holy and Blessed Fathers Who Met at Ephesus.
Introduction.
Canon I
Excursus on the Conciliabulum of John of Antioch.
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Excursus on Pelagianism.
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Excursus on the Words πίστιν ἑπέραν.
Canon VIII
The Letter of the Same Holy Synod of Ephesus, to the Sacred Synod in Pamphylia Concerning Eustathius Who Had Been Their Metropolitan.
The Letter of the Synod to Pope Celestine.
The Definition of the Holy and Ecumenical Synod of Ephesus Against the Impious Messalians Who are Also Called Euchetæ and Enthusiasts.
Note on the Messalians or Massalians.
Decree of the Synod in the Matter of Euprepius and Cyril.

The Fourth Ecumenical Council.  The Council of Chalcedon.

The Fourth Ecumenical Council.  The Council of Chalcedon.
Title Page.
General Introduction.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II.
The Letter of Cyril to John of Antioch.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II. (Continued).
The Tome of St. Leo.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II. (Continued).
Session III.
The Condemnation Sent by the Holy and Ecumenical Synod to Dioscorus.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session IV.
Session V.
The Definition of Faith of the Council of Chalcedon.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session VI.
Decree on the Jurisdiction of Jerusalem and Antioch.  Session VII.
The Decree with Regard to the Bishop of Ephesus.  Session XII.
Decree with Regard to Nicomedia.  Session XIII.
The XXX Canons of the Holy and Fourth Synods, of Chalcedon.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Canon XXV
Canon XXVI
Canon XXVII
Canon XXVIII
Excursus on the Later History of Canon XXVIII.
Canon XXX
Canon XXXI
Extracts from the Acts.  Session XVI.

The Fifth Ecumenical Council.  The Second Council of Constantinople.

The Fifth Ecumenical Council.  The Second Council of Constantinople.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
Excursus on the Genuineness of the Acts of the Fifth Council.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session VII.
The Sentence of the Synod.
The Capitula of the Council.
Excursus on the XV. Anathemas Against Origen.
The Anathemas Against Origen.
The Anathematisms of the Emperor Justinian Against Origen.
The Decretal Epistle of Pope Vigilius in Confirmation of the Fifth Ecumenical Synod.  Historical Note.
The Decretal Letter of Pope Vigilius.
Historical Excursus on the After History of the Council.

The Sixth Ecumenical Council.  The Third Council of Constantinople.

The Sixth Ecumenical Council.  The Third Council of Constantinople.
Title Page.
Historical Introduction.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.
The Letter of Agatho, Pope of Old Rome, to the Emperor, and the Letter of Agatho and of 125 Bishops of the Roman Synod, Addressed to the Sixth Council.  Introductory Note.
The Letter of Pope Agatho.
The Letter of Agatho and of the Roman Synod of 125 Bishops which was to Serve as an Instruction to the Legates Sent to Attend the Sixth Synod.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session VIII.
The Sentence Against the Monothelites.  Session XIII.
Session XVI.
The Definition of Faith.
The Prosphoneticus to the Emperor.
Letter of the Council to St. Agatho.
Excursus on the Condemnation of Pope Honorius.
The Imperial Edict Posted in the Third Atrium of the Great Church Near What is Called Dicymbala.

The Canons of the Council in Trullo; Often Called The Quinisext Council.

The Canons of the Council in Trullo; Often Called The Quinisext Council.
Title Page.
Introductory Note.
The Canons of the Council in Trullo.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Excursus on the Marriage of the Clergy.
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Canon XXV
Canon XXVI
Canon XXVII
Canon XXVIII
Canon XXIX
Canon XXX
Canon XXXI
Canon XXXII
Canon XXXIII
Canon XXXIV
Canon XXXV
Canon XXXVI
Canon XXXVII
Canon XXXVIII
Canon XXXIX
Canon XL
Canon XLI
Canon XLII
Canon XLIII
Canon XLIV
Canon XLV
Canon XLVI
Canon XLVII
Canon XLVIII
Canon XLIX
Canon L
Canon LI
Canon LII
Canon LIII
Canon LIV
Canon LV
Canon LVI
Canon LVII
Canon LVIII
Canon LIX
Canon LX
Canon LXI
Canon LXII
Canon LXIII
Canon LXIV
Canon LXV
Canon LXVI
Canon LXVII
Canon LXVIII
Canon LXIX
Canon LXX
Canon LXXI
Canon LXXII
Canon LXXIII
Canon LXXIV
Canon LXXV
Canon LXXVI
Canon LXXVII
Canon LXXVIII
Canon LXXIX
Canon LXXX
Canon LXXXI
Canon LXXXII
Canon LXXXIII
Canon LXXXIV
Canon LXXXV
Canon LXXXVI
Canon LXXXVII
Canon LXXXVIII
Canon LXXXIX
Canon XC
Canon XCI
Canon XCII
Canon XCIII
Canon XCIV
Canon XCV
Canon XCVI
Canon XCVII
Canon XCVIII
Canon XCIX
Canon C
Canon CI
Canon CII

The Canons of the Synods of Sardica, Carthage, Constantinople, and Carthage Under St. Cyprian, Which Canons Were Received by the Council in Trullo and Ratified by II. Nice.

The Canons of the Synods of Sardica, Carthage, Constantinople, and Carthage Under St. Cyprian, Which Canons Were Received by the Council in Trullo and Ratified by II. Nice.
Title Page.
Introductory Note.
The Council of Sardica.
Title Page.
Introduction on the Date of the Council.
Note on the Text of the Canons.
The Canons of the Council of Sardica.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XVIII
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XII
Excursus on the Other Acts of the Council.
Excursus as to Whether the Sardican Council Was Ecumenical.
The Canons of the CCXVII Blessed Fathers who assembled at Carthage.  Commonly Called The Code of Canons of the African Church.
Title Page.
Introductory Note.
An Ancient Introduction.
The Canons of the 217 Blessed Fathers who assembled at Carthage.
Introduction.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
Canon XXIII
Canon XXIV
Canon XXV
Canon XXVI
Canon XXVII
Canon XXVIII
Canon XXIX
Canon XXX
Canon XXXI
Canon XXXII
Canon XXXIII
Canon XXXIV
Canon XXXV
Canon XXXVI
Canon XXXVII
Canon XXXVIII
Canon XXXIX
Canon XL
Canon XLI
Canon XLII
Canon XLIII
Canon XLIV
Canon XLV
Canon XLVI
Canon XLVII
Canon XLVIII
Canon XLIX
Canon L
Canon LI
Canon LII
Canon LIII
Canon LIV
Canon LV
Canon LVI
Canon LVII
Canon LVIII
Canon LIX
Canon LX
Canon LXI
Canon LXII
Canon LXIII
Canon LXIV
Canon LXV
Canon LXVI
Canon LXVII
Canon LXVIII
Canon LXIX
Canon LXX
Canon LXXI
Canon LXXII
Canon LXXIII
Canon LXXIV
Canon LXXV
Canon LXXVI
Canon LXXVII
Canon LXXVIII
Canon LXXIX
Canon LXXX
Canon LXXXI
Canon LXXXII
Canon LXXXIII
Canon LXXXIV
Canon LXXXV
Canon LXXXVI
Canon LXXXVII
Canon LXXXVIII
Canon LXXXIX
Canon XC
Canon XCI
Canon XCII
Canon XCIII
Canon XCIV
Canon XCV
Canon XCVI
Canon XCVII
Canon XCVIII
Canon XCIX
Canon C
Canon CI
Canon CII
Canon CIII
Canon CIV
Canon CV
Canon CVI
Canon CVII
Canon CVIII
Canon CIX
Canon CX
Canon CXI
Canon CXII
Canon CXIII
Canon CXIV
Canon CXV
Canon CXVI
Canon CXVII
Canon CXVIII
Canon CXIX
Canon CXX
Canon CXXI
Canon CXXII
Canon CXXIII
Canon CXXIV
Canon CXXV
Canon CXXVI
Canon CXXVII
Canon CXXVIII
Canon CXXIX
Canon CXXX
Canon CXXXI
Canon CXXXII
Canon CXXXIII
Canon CXXXIV
Canon CXXXV
Canon CXXXVI
Canon CXXXVII
Canon CXXXVIII
Council of Constantinople held under Nectarius.
Title Page.
Introductory Note.
Council of Constantinople Under Nectarius of Constantinople and Theophilus of Alexandria.
The Council of Carthage held under Cyprian.
Title Page.
Introductory Note.
The Synod held at Carthage over which presided the Great and Holy Martyr Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage.
Epistle LXX.

The Seventh Ecumenical Council.  The Second Council of Nice.

The Seventh Ecumenical Council.  The Second Council of Nice.
Title Page.
Introduction.
The Divine Sacra Sent by the Emperors Constantine and Irene to the Most Holy and Most Blessed Hadrian, Pope of Old Rome.
The Imperial Sacra.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session I.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session II.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session III.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session IV.
Extracts from the Acts.  Session VI.
Epitome of the Definition of the Iconoclastic Conciliabulum held in Constantinople, A.D. 754.
Excursus on the Conciliabulum Styling Itself the Seventh Ecumenical Council, But Commonly Called the Mock Synod of Constantinople.
The Decree of the Holy, Great, Ecumenical Synod, the Second of Nice.
Excursus on the Present Teaching of the Latin and Greek Churches on the Subject.
The Canons of the Holy and Ecumenical Seventh Council.
Canon I
Canon II
Canon III
Canon IV
Canon V
Canon VI
Canon VII
Canon VIII
Canon IX
Canon X
Canon XI
Canon XII
Canon XIII
Canon XIV
Canon XV
Canon XVI
Canon XVII
Canon XVIII
Canon XIX
Canon XX
Canon XXI
Canon XXII
The Letter of the Synod to the Emperor and Empress.
Excursus on the Two Letters of Gregory II. To the Emperor Leo.
Excursus on the Reception of the Seventh Council.
Examination of the Caroline Books.
Section I
Section II
Section III
Section IV
Excursus on the Council of Frankfort, A.D. 794.
Excursus on the Convention said to have been held in Paris, A.D. 825.
Historical Note on the So-Called “Eighth General Council” and Subsequent Councils.

Appendix containing Canons and Rulings not having Conciliar Origin but Approved by Name in Canon II. of the Synod in Trullo.

Appendix containing Canons and Rulings not having Conciliar Origin but Approved by Name in Canon II. of the Synod in Trullo.
Title Page.
Prefatory Note.
The Apostolical Canons.  Introduction.
The Canons of the Holy and Altogether August Apostles.
The Letter of the Blessed Dionysius, the Archbishop of Alexandria to Basilides the Bishop who made Enquiries on Various Subjects, to which Dionysius made Answer in this Epistle, which Answers have been received as Canons.
The Canons of the Blessed Peter, Archbishop of Alexandria, and Martyr, which are found in his Sermon on Penitence.
The Canonical Epistle of St. Gregory, Archbishop of Neocæsarea, who is called Thaumaturgus, concerning Them that, During the Incursion of the Barbarians, Ate of Things Offered to Idols and Committed Certain Other Sins.
The Epistle of St. Athanasius to the Monk Ammus.
The Epistle of the Same Athanasius Taken from the XXXIX. Festal Epistle.
The Epistle of St. Athanasius to Ruffinian.
The First Canonical Epistle of Our Holy Father Basil, Archbishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia to Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium.
The Second Canonical Epistle of the Same.
The Third Epistle of the Same to the Same.
From an Epistle of the Same to the Blessed Amphilochius on the Difference of Meats.
Of the Same to Diodorus Bishop of Tarsus, concerning a Man who had taken Two Sisters to Wife.
Of the Same to Gregory a Presbyter, that He Should Separate from a Woman who Dwelt with Him.
Of the Same to the Chorepiscopi, that No Ordinations Should Be Made Contrary to the Canons.
Of the Same to His Suffragans that They Should Not Ordain for Money.
From Chapter XVII. of the Book St. Basil Wrote to Blessed Amphilochius on the Holy Ghost.
From the Letter of Basil the Great to the Nicopolitans.
The Canonical Epistle of St. Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa, to St. Letoïus, Bishop of Melitene.
From the Metre Poems of St. Gregory Theologus, Specifying which Books of the Old and New Testament Should Be Read.
From the Iambics of St. Amphilochius the Bishop to Seleucus, on the Same Subject.
The Canonical Answers of Timothy the Most Holy Bishop of Alexandria, Who was One of the CL Fathers Gathered Together at Constantinople, to the Questions Proposed to Him concerning Bishops and Clerics.
The Prosphonesus of Theophilus, Archbishop of Alexandria, When the Holy Epiphanies Happened to Fall on a Sunday.
The Commonitory of the Same which Ammon Received on Account of Lycus.
Of the Same to Agatho the Bishop.
Of the Same to Menas the Bishop.
The Narrative of the Same concerning Those Called Cathari.
The Canonical Epistle of Our Holy Father Among the Saints, Cyril, Archbishop of Alexandria, on the Hymns.
Of the Same to the Bishops of Libya and Pentapolis.
The Encyclical Letter of Gennadius, Patriarch of Constantinople and of the Holy Synod Met with Him to All the Holy Metropolitans and to the Pope of the City of Rome.

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Greek Words and Phrases
Latin Words and Phrases
German Words and Phrases
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