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On the '''Sunday of the Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council''', the [[Orthodox Church|Church]] remembers the 350 holy Fathers of the [[Seventh Ecumenical Council]], Nicea II, under the holy [[Tarasius of Constantinople|Patriarch Tarasius]].
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==Lights on the earth==
The Holy Fathers of the [[Ecumenical Councils]] are honored by the [[Orthodox Church|Church]] because,  based upon the preaching of the [[Apostles]], they have established one faith for the Church. Guided by the [[grace]] of the [[Holy Spirit]], and accepted by the Church, the Ecumenical Councils are the highest authority in the Church, infallible.
==Commemoration ==
This feast is commemorated on [[October 11]], if it is a Sunday. If October 11 is not a Sunday, the Slavic tradition uses the preceding Sunday when the eleventh falls before Thursday, and the next Sunday otherwise, the Greek practice will use the Sunday which follows October 11.
[[Troparion]] ([[Tone]] 8)
:Most glorious are You, O Christ our God!
:You have established the Holy Fathers as lights on the earth!
:Through them you have guided us to the true faith!
:O greatly Compassionate One, glory to You!
[[Kontakion]] (Tone 6)
:The Son who shone forth from the Father
:Was ineffably born, two-fold in nature, of a woman.
:Having beheld Him, we do not deny the image of His form,
:But depict it piously and revere it faithfully.
:Thus, keeping the True Faith,
:The Church venerates the icon of Christ Incarnate.
[[Category:Church Fathers]]
[[Category:Church History]]
[[Category:Ecumenical Councils]]

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