The Councils of Carthage, or Synods of Carthage, were church synods held during the 3rd, 4th, 18 Ita ut de confirmando isto canone trasmarina Ecclesia consultatur. Liceat etiam legi passiones Martyrum, cum anniversarii dies eorum. Por eso los libros que promovieron doctrinas del gnosticismo, de otros movimientos llevó a un grupo de rabinos a reunirse en la ciudad de Jamnia para discutir sobre los libros que debían En este concilio el canon judío quedó cerrado. Estos libros no fueron aceptados como Escritura por escritores judíos del siglo I tales como Filón y Josefo, por el concilio judío en Jamnia (90 d. de J.C.) y por.

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The Councils of Carthageor Synods of Carthagewere church synods held during the 3rd, 4th, and 5th centuries in the city of Carthage in Africa.

The most important of these are described below. In May a synodassembled under the presidency of Cyprian to consider the treatment of the Lapsiexcommunicated Felicissimus and five other Novatian bishops Rigoristsand declared that the lapsi should be dealt with, not with indiscriminate severity, but according to the degree of individual guilt.

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These decisions were confirmed by a synod of Rome in foncilio autumn of the same year. Other Carthaginian synods concerning the lapsi were held in and Two synods, in andheld under Cyprianpronounced against the validity of heretical baptismthus taking direct issue with Stephen Concioiobishop of Romewho promptly repudiated jamina.

A third synod in Septemberpossibly following the repudiation, unanimously reaffirmed the position of the other two. Stephen’s claims to authority as bishop of bishops were sharply resented, and for some time the relations of the Roman and African sees were severely strained. Around — under Gratus a synod of orthodox bishops, who had met to record their gratitude for the effective official repression of the Circumcelliones Donatistsdeclared against the rebaptism of any one who had been baptized in the name of the Trinity, and adopted twelve canons of concilioo discipline.


The Council of Carthage, called the third by Denzinger[5] issued a canon of the Bible on 28 August In one section of this code the following paragraph concerning the canon of Scripture appears.

Sunt autem canonicae Scripture: Liceat etiam legi passiones Martyrum, cum anniversarii dies eorum celebrantur. The Canonical Scriptures are these: Let it also be allowed that the Passions of Martyrs be read when their festivals are hamnia.

Because we have received from our fathers that those books must be read in the Church.


The Conference of Carthage, held by the command of the Emperor Honorius in with a view to concllio the Donatist schism, while not strictly a synod, was one of the most important assemblies in the history of the African sees, and of the whole Catholic Church.

It was presided over by Marcellinus of Carthage who found in favour of the Catholic party, which led to the violent suppression of the Donatists.

On 1 May a minor synod Augustine of Hippo called it A Council of Africawhich assembled under the presidency of Aurelius, bishop of Carthageto take action concerning the errors of Caelestiusa disciple of Pelagiusdenounced the Pelagian doctrines of human connciliooriginal sinjammnia, and perfectibility; and it fully approved the contrary views of Augustine.

The synod issued eight canons [8]. When Apiarius of Siccaa priest excommunicated by the African Church, went to Rome for reinstatement inPope Zosimus sent envoys to Africa in order to investigate. A council was called in Carthage to deny the papal jurisdiction.

The African church leadership told Rome that Nicaea indeed “gave no authority for appeals by priests against their episcopal superiors.

It also ruled that if any of the African clergy dared to appeal to Rome, “the same was ipso facto cast out of the clergy”. The Vandal Synod of Carthage was a largely unsuccessful church council meeting called by the Vandal King Huneric to persuade the Catholic bishops in his recently acquired North African territories to convert to Arian Christianity.


The Catholic bishops refused and many, including Fulgentius of Ruspe and Tiberiumus, were exiled to Sardinia[17] [18] and some executed. The Notitia Provinciarum at Civitatum Africa says that nearly went into exile.

The bishops had requested that Catholic bishops from outside Huneric’s dominions be allowed to attend but this was refused, the king cconcilio “When you make me master of the whole world, then what you want shall be done”. The synod appears to have been an exercise in royal browbeating more than a genuine debate, with bias toward Arian bishops. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Liceat etiam legi passiones Martyrum, cum anniversarii dies eorum celebrantur 20 Hoc etiam fratri et consacerdoti nostro Bonifacio, vel aliis earum partium episcopis, pro confirmando conciilo canone innotescas, quia ita a patribus ista accepimus in dee legenda.

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Summaries of the canons can be read in Right Rev. C J Hefele’s “A history of the Christian councils: Edinburgh,pp.

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Retrieved June 29, See also Schaff, Philip ed. Second SeriesVolume XIV, p, “Moreover whoever desires dee to delegate any of your clergy to execute your orders, do not comply, lest it seem that we are introducing the pride of secular dominion into the Church of Christ which exhibiteth to all that desire to see God the light of simplicity and the day of humility.

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