Canon 1: Condemns simony.
Canons 3 and 11 forbid priests, deacons, subdeacons, and monks to marry or to have concubines; it is also forbidden them to keep in their houses any women other than those sanctioned by the ancient canons. Marriages of clerics are null pleno jure, and those who have contracted them are subject to penance.
Canon 4: Denies laymen the right of disposing of church property as their own.
Canon 6: Nullity of the ordinations performed by the heresiarch Burdinus (Antipope Gregory VIII) after his condemnation.
Canon 11: Safeguard for the families and possessions of crusaders.
Canon 14: Excommunication of laymen appropriating offerings made to the Church, and those who fortify churches as strongholds.
Canon 16: Against those who molest pilgrims on their way to Rome.
Canon 17: Abbots and religious are prohibited from hearing confession, administering extreme unction, and singing solemn and public Masses; they are obliged to obtain the holy chrism and holy oils from their respective bishops.
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