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Canon LXXIV.

It is not permitted to hold what are called Agapæ, that is love-feasts, in the Lord’s houses or churches, nor to eat within the house, nor to spread couches.  If any dare to do so let him cease therefrom or be cut off.


Ancient Epitome of Canon LXXIV.

Agapæ are not to be held in the churches, nor shall beds be put up.  Whoso refuse to give up these, let them be cut off.

This is a renewal of canon xxviij., of Laodicea, on which canon see the notes.

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