Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Series II, Vol. XIV
The First Ecumenical Council; The First Council of Nice
The Canons of the Councils of Ancyra, Gangra Neocaesarea, Antioch and Laodicea
The Second Ecumenical Council. The First Council of Constantinople.
The Third Ecumenical Council.; The Council of Ephesus.
The Fourth Ecumenical Council.; The Council of Chalcedon.
The Fifth Ecumenical Council. The Second Council of Constantinople.
The Sixth Ecumenical Council.; The Third Council of Constantinople.
The Canons of the Council in Trullo; Often Called the Quinisext Council.
The Canons of the Synods of Sardica, Carthage, Constantinople, and Carthage
The Seventh Ecumenical Council. The Second Council of Nice.
The Apostolical Canons.
The Letter of the Blessed Dionysius, the Archbishop of Alexandria to Basilides the Bishop
The Canons of the Blessed Peter, Archbishop of Alexandria, and Martyr,1 Which are Found in His Sermon on Penitence.
The Canonical Epistle of St. Gregory
The Epistle of St. Athanasius to the Monk Ammus.1
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 Caesarea in Cappadocia to Amphilochius, Bishop of Iconium.1
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. Letoius, Bishop of Melitene.1
From the Metre Poems of St. Gregory Theologus, Specifying Which Books of the Old and New Testament Should Be Read.1
From the Iambics of St. Amphilochius the Bishop to Seleucus, on the Same Subject.1
The Canonical Answers of Timothy
The Prosphonesus of Theophilus, Archbishop of Alexandria, When the Holy Epiphanies Happened to Fall on a Sunday.1
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.1
Cyril to Domnus.
Of the Same to the Bishops of Libya and Pentapolis.
The Encyclical Letter of Gennadius