Synod of Neo-Caesarea
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- i. degrading priests who marry after ordination
- vii. forbidding a priest to be present at the second marriage of any one
- viii. refusing ordination to the husband of an adulteress (and if she commit adultery after his ordination, he must put her away)
- xi. fixing thirty years as the age below which one might not be ordained (because Christ began His public ministry at the age of thirty)
- xiii. affording to city priests the precedence over country priests
- xiv. permitting Chorepiscopi to celebrate the sacraments
- xv. requiring that there be seven deacons in every city.
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Neo-Caesarea, Synod of". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. This work in turn cites Mansi ii. pp. 539–551; Hardouin i. pp. 282–286; Hefele (2nd ed.) i. pp. 242–251 (Eng. trans. i. pp. 222–230).