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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Third Council of the Lateran   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Events Third Council of the Lateran condemned Waldensians and Cathars as heretics, institutes a reformation of clerical life, and creates the first ghettos for Jews Afonso I is recognized as the true King of Portugal by Portugal the protection of the Catholic Church against the Castillian monarchy Philip II is...
The Council of Trent is the Nineteenth Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Third Lateran Council (1179), held during the papacy of Alexander III, established a two-thirds majority of the College of Cardinals as a requirement for papal election and condemned the heresies of the Cathari.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Third-Council-of-the-Lateran   (2144 words)

  
 Third Council of Constantinople - Encyclopedia.com
Third Council of Constantinople 680, regarded by Roman Catholic and Orthodox Eastern churches as the sixth ecumenical council.
The council was attended by more than 150 bishops from all over the world, and it was presided over by the papal legates.
The Orthodox Church accepts as an ecumenical part of the Third Council of Constantinople the Council of 692, summoned by Justinian II, son and successor of Constantine.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-Constnt3c.html   (1127 words)

  
  Third Council of Constantinople - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sixth Ecumenical Council met on November 7, 680 for its first session; it ended its meetings, said to have been eighteen in number, on September 16 of 681.
The chief doctrinal conclusion of the council is that Jesus has two wills as well as two natures (divine and human), and that those two wills did not conflict with or strive against each other.
The sessions of the council were held in the domed hall (or possibly chapel) in the imperial palace; which, the Acts tell us, was called Trullo (εν ώ σεκρετω του Θειου παλτιου τη ουτη λεγομενω Τρουλλω).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Third_Council_of_Constantinople   (413 words)

  
 Third Council of Toledo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Third Council of Toledo marks the entry of Catholic Christianity into the rule of Visigothic Spain.
The Council was organized by Bishop Leander of Seville, who had worked tirelessly to convert the Arian Visigothic kings and had succeeded with Reccared.
Reccared then bid the council with his licence to draw up any requisite canons, particularly one directing the creed to be recited at Communion, so that henceforward no one could plead ignorance as an excuse for misbelief.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Third_Council_of_Toledo   (851 words)

  
 Third Council of Constantinople : 680-681 A. D.
The council assembled on 7 November in the hall of the imperial palace in Constantinople.
The doctrinal conclusions of the council were defined in the 17th session and promulgated in the 18th and last session on 16 September 681.
The acts of the council, signed both by 174 fathers and finally by the emperor himself, were sent to Pope Leo II, who had succeeded Agatho, and he, when he had approved them, ordered them to be translated into Latin and to be signed by all the bishops of the west.
www.piar.hu /councils/ecum06.htm   (687 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Third Council of Constantinople
Sixth General Council was summoned in 678 by Emperor Constantine Pogonatus, with a view of restoring between East and West the
The council, attended in the beginning by 100 bishops, later by 174, was opened 7 Nov., 680, in a
It had been invoked three times in previous sessions of the council in question by the stubborn Monothelite Macarius of Antioch, and had been publicly read in the twelfth session together with the letter of Sergius to which it replied.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04310a.htm   (956 words)

  
 Third Ecumenical Council - OrthodoxWiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Third Ecumenical Council was held in Ephesus, Asia Minor, in 431 under Emperor Theodosius II, grandson of Theodosius the Great.
It was the third of the Ecumenical Councils, and was chiefly concerned with Nestorianism.
According to the Council, Nestorianism overemphasized the human nature of Christ at the expense of the divine.
www2.orthodoxwiki.org /Third_Ecumenical_Council   (259 words)

  
 Application for Class of 2008 Third Year Council - U.Va. Alumni Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Council members are expected to play a crucial role in the life of their class and should be prepared to take up the reigns of leadership with great energy and creativity.
Council members will work with the President and Executive Vice President of the class, as well as with representatives from the Alumni Association and the Office of the Dean of Students.
He or she must record meeting attendance, take and distribute the Council meeting minutes in a timely manner, and maintain a comprehensive record of the committees' activities throughout the year that will be passed on to subsequent councils to serve as a resource and guide.
www.alumni.virginia.edu /student/trustees/app-2008.asp   (1075 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Constantinople, Third Council of (Roman Catholic And Orthodox Churches: Councils And Treaties) - ...
Constantinople, Third Council of, 680, regarded by Roman Catholic and Orthodox Eastern churches as the sixth ecumenical council.
The council was attended by more than 150 bishops from all over the world, and it was presided over by the papal legates.
The Orthodox Church accepts as an ecumenical part of the Third Council of Constantinople the Council of 692, summoned by Justinian II, son and successor of Constantine.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/C/Constnt3c.html   (366 words)

  
 Third Ecumenical Council
The central dogmatic act of the council is its judgment about whether the second letter of Cyril to Nestorius, or Nestorius's second letter to Cyril, was in conformity with the Nicene creed which was recited at the opening of the council's proceedings.
The letter of the council advising all the bishops, clergy and people about the condemnation of John of Antioch; and some paragraphs dealing with the discipline of the Nestorian party.
The Council of Chalcedon "has accepted the synodical letters of the blessed Cyril, pastor of the church in Alexandria, to Nestorius and to the Orientals, as being well-suited to refuting Nestorius's mad folly and to providing an interpretation for those who in their religious zeal might desire understanding of the saving creed.".
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Third Lateran Council
This was the eleventh of the ecumenical councils.
Besides exterminating the remains of the schism the council undertook the condemnation of the Waldensian heresy and the restoration of ecclesiastical discipline, which had been much relaxed.
If any candidate, after securing only one-third of the votes, should arrogate to himself the papal dignity, both he and his partisans should be excluded from the ecclesiastical order and excommunicated.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09017b.htm   (858 words)

  
 Third Council of Constantinople
It had been invoked three times in previous sessions of the council in question by the stubborn Monothelite Macarius of Antioch, and had been publicly read in the twelfth session together with the letter of Sergius to which it replied.
There has been in the past, owing to Gallicanism and the opponents of papal infallibility, much controversy concerning the proper sense of this council's condemnation of Pope Honorius, the theory (Baronius, Damberger) of a falsification of the Acts being now quite abandoned (Hefele, III, 299-313).
To that tradition he had made no appeal but had merely approved and enlarged upon the half-hearted compromise of Sergius...Neither the pope nor the council consider that Honorius had compromised the purity of the Roman tradition, for he had never claimed to represent it.
catholicity.com /encyclopedia/c/constantinople,third_council_of.html   (381 words)

  
 Third council joins fight for Queen Mum's - Evening Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The council has joined Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire in opposing the proposal, saying it is bad for mums and babies.
The council wrote to board chairman Professor John Arbuthnott insisting on full consultation, and officials held a seminar in Kirkintilloch last month.
Council leader John Morrison said: "Senior health board officials, including medical director Dr Brian Cowan, held a seminar and we were able to take them to task over the proposals.
www.eveningtimes.co.uk /print/news/5024259.shtml   (362 words)

  
 Third Lateran Council - 1179 A.D.
The particular object of this council was to put an end to the schism within the church and the quarrel between the emperor and the papacy.
For this reason it is not surprising that chronicles of the period frequently refer to this council as Lateran I. Although we do not possess the acts of the council, we have evidence from chronicles and annals and especially from the canons which the fathers laid down in the final session on 19 March.
Further, if anyone is chosen to the apostolic office by less than two thirds, unless in the meantime he receives a larger support, let him in no way assume it, and let him be subject to the foresaid penalty if he is unwilling humbly to refrain.
www.piar.hu /councils/ecum11.htm   (4783 words)

  
 THE THIRD ECUMENICAL COUNCIL
The Council decreed that Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God (Logos), is complete God and complete man, with a rational soul and body.
The Virgin Mary is "Theotokos" because she gave birth not to man but to God who became man. The union of the two natures of Christ took place in such a fashion that one did not disturb the other.
The Council declared the text of the "Creed" decreed at the First and Second Ecumenical Councils to be complete and forbade any change (addition or deletion).
www.atl-americanchurch.org /3rdcouncil.htm   (210 words)

  
 Cover story: BLUEPRINT FOR VATICAN III
It is vital to the respondents that the laity has an equal presence, voice and vote with the hierarchy at the council on the reforms and direction of the church.
It is essential to include both women and married men in the next council, and in all future ministries and roles of authority, as the absence of the insights of laywomen and laymen have grievously impoverished all decision-making in the life of the Catholic church for centuries.
Strengthening the Parish Council: The parish pastoral council was the tool used by the Second Vatican Council to empower the laity to participate in the church at the local level.
www.natcath.com /NCR_Online/archives/050302/050302a.htm   (9933 words)

  
 Chelmsford Borough Council - The Third Man
The Third Man is a captivating study of the aftermath of war, of victory and defeat, and the anonymity within which morality and humanity become vulnerable.
The Third Man is a familiar title, largely due to the success of Carol Reed's film, which was recently voted the No 1 film of the 20th Century in a poll undertaken by the British Film Institute.
Red Shift's tour of The Third Man was launched as part of a nationwide programme of events marking the centenary of acclaimed author Graham Greene and will continue to tour until March 2005.
www.chelmsford.gov.uk /index.cfm?articleid=9503   (412 words)

  
 Buddhism in a Nutshell - The Third & Fourth Councils   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
However, in the third century B.C. during the time of King Ashoka (about 235 years after the death of Shakyamuni Buddha), the Third Council was held to discuss the differences of opinion in both the Vinaya and the Dharma.
The Chairman of the Council was Moggaliputta Tissa, the Buddhist Master of the nation.
As there were one thousand Bhiksus participating in the council, the Third Council was also known as "the Gathering of 1,000 Bhiksus".
www.buddhistdoor.com /bdoor/archive/nutshell/teach39.htm   (887 words)

  
 Medieval Sourcebook: Council of Ephesus, 431
That that third letter was received and approved by the Ephesine Council there can be no doubt, and this the Catholics shewed in their dispute with the Acephali in the Collation held at Constantinople under the Emperor Justinian in the year of Christ 811.
Council: "The [letter] of the Twelve Anathemas which is inserted in the holy Council of Ephesus, and which you cannot deny to be synodical, why did not Chalcedon receive it?" etc., etc.
Every council is holy on account of a peculiar veneration which is its due; for in every such council the reverence which should be paid to that most famous council of the Apostles of which we read is to be had regard to.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/basis/ephesus.html   (13495 words)

  
 The Third Ecumenical Council
The Council decreed that Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God (Logos), is complete God and complete man, with a rational soul and body.
The Virgin Mary is "Theotokos" because she gave birth not to man but to God who became man. The union of the two natures of Christ took place in such a fashion that one did not disturb the other.
The Council declared the text of the "Creed" decreed at the First and Second Ecumenical Councils to be complete and forbade any change (addition or deletion).
www.goarch.org /en/ourfaith/articles/article8066.asp   (225 words)

  
 Democratic Leadership Council: The Third Way
The Third Way is a global movement dedicated to modernizing progressive politics for the information age.
Third Way politics seeks a new balance of economic dynamism and social security, a new social compact based on individual rights and responsibilities, and a new model for governing that equips citizens and communities to solve their own problems.
More surprising was what I learned on a recent visit to this famously easy-going city: the Dutch response to the Islamists increasingly is tied up in a larger critique of European welfare statism.
www.dlc.org /ndol_ka.cfm?kaid=128   (699 words)

  
 Security Council Adopts Third Resolution on Mideast Crisis - Security Council - Global Policy Forum
The U.N. Security Council has adopted its third resolution on the Mideast crisis in just over three weeks, part of a blueprint to end the latest fighting and get the Israelis and Palestinians back to the negotiating table to discuss a final peace deal.
He also said Palestinian leaders and the public must acknowledge that "terrorism is never justified." The Security Council's decision to tackle the 18-month-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the broader issue of long-term Middle East peace was largely the result of a change of heart by the United States.
Frustrated that Israel failed to comply with the council demand on Saturday to pull back its forces, Palestinian supporters pressed for a new resolution this week including the word "immediate" - which was not in Saturday's call for an Israeli withdrawal.
www.globalpolicy.org /security/issues/israel-palestine/2002/0405third.htm   (750 words)

  
 Space - - Third Space Council focuses on GMES
The Space Council – a joint and concomitant meeting of the European Space Agency Council at ministerial level and of the European Union Competitiveness Council – was held in Brussels today.
It was jointly chaired by the current Chairs of the ESA Council at ministerial level and of the EU Competitiveness Council, in this case the German Minister of Economy and Lord Sainsbury of Turville, UK Minister for Science respectively.
Though it was largely devoted to GMES, this third meeting of the Space Council received a report on the progress made towards the development of the European Space Programme and engaged in a debate on the international dimension of the European Space Policy on the basis of a discussion paper submitted by the Presidency.
ec.europa.eu /comm/space/news/article_2291_en.html   (447 words)

  
 Third Council of Carthage
(A.D. The Third Council of Carthage was not a general council but a regional council of African bishops, much under the influence of Augustine.
Besides the canonical Scriptures, nothing shall be read in church under the name of divine Scriptures.
Let this be sent to our brother and fellow-bishop, Boniface [of Rome], and to the other bishops of those parts, that they may confirm this canon, for these are the things that we have received from our fathers to be read in church." And so in Westcott.
www.bible-researcher.com /carthage.html   (297 words)

  
 Gerson Lehrman Group Councils
Council Members are not asked to comment on their company or employer; rather, they are invited to discuss general industry trends or specific products and services within their area of expertise.
Council Members may only accept consultations on topics they are comfortable with and permitted to discuss.
The Gerson Lehrman Group Councils are managed by Gerson Lehrman Group, an independent primary research firm serving business and investment leaders in North America, Asia and Europe.
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 MINUTES OF THE THIRD 1999 COUNCIL MEETING
The third meeting of the 1999 Council of the Mineralogical Society of America was held at the Marriott City Center, Denver, CO, on October 24, 1999.
Council felt that Letters were an asset to the journal and enhanced interest.
Council to proceed with further arrangements for the approved course on "Stable Isotope Geochemistry" by John Valley to be held in conjunction with the GSA 2001 meeting.>
www.minsocam.org /MSA/Minutes/99_3.html   (2420 words)

  
 Council on Foundations
The Council on Foundations and the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers will provide you with meeting materials and be available to assist you all month during this third annual Foundations on the Hill District Days.
The benefit is available only to grantmakers with current membership in the Council or in one of the participating regional associations of grantmakers in states where the premium credit is approved.
Based on the Council's Statement of Ethical Principles, a collaboration of members and Council staff has assembled a comprehensive set of tools and sample documents for grantmakers.
www.cof.org   (889 words)

  
 SPF: Council
The 3rd council's term began on 2007-02-05 and is projected to end on 2008-02-03.
The Council Secretary can provide any information regarding the council and its work that is not covered by the website and that has not been classified as private.
Again, five council members lead the project over twelve months to solidify the SPF standard and continue the battle against e-mail sender forgery according to the visions of the project's community.
www.openspf.org /Council   (349 words)

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