synodicons

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A liturgical document such as the 'Synodikon of Orthodoxy.' read aloud at particular feasts, especially in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It can also refer to a letter written from one patriarch to another to circulate the decrees of a patriarchal synod, or council. More broadly, it is a declaration signed by members of a synod, affirming decisions.
synodicons
Accepted term: 15-Jul-2024