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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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women

    Part, Question
1 1, 51 | presented themselves before women, and have sought and ~procured 2 1, 52 | presented themselves before women, and have sought and ~procured 3 1, 98 | in the primitive state, women would have been born?~Aquin.: 4 1, 98 | Therefore in that state women would not have been born.~ 5 1, 98 | there was no need for women to be born.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 107 | among them that are born of women" (Mt. ~11:11). Hence the 7 1, 116 | occurs ~mostly in little old women, according to the above 8 2, 100 | commenting on Lev. 26:26, "Ten women ~shall bake your bread in 9 2, 102 | written (Jer. ~7:18): "The women knead the dough, to make 10 2, 102 | considered unclean; and, again, women suffering from a flow of 11 2, 102 | the gods. Even ~now some women let down uncovered vessels 12 2, 102 | in the worship of Mars, women put on men's ~armor; while, 13 2, 102 | worship of Venus men donned women's ~attire. The second reason 14 2, 105 | the holding of property by women, as the Philosopher says ( 15 2, 105 | Law did not prescribe that women should succeed to ~their 16 2, 105 | by providing that those women who succeeded to their ~ 17 2, 105 | advantage of victory, by sparing women ~and children, and by not 18 2, 105 | prohibition regarded men and not women, ~who are not competent 19 2, 105 | God's people; whereas the women and ~children were spared. 20 2, 105 | allow them to ~marry captive women from strange nations (Dt. 21 2, 105 | forbade them to marry certain women; to wit, women of strange ~ 22 2, 105 | marry certain women; to wit, women of strange ~nations, through 23 2, 105 | forbade them to marry strange women on account of ~the danger 24 2, 2 | among them that are born of women, a greater than" ~he. Now 25 2, 26 | than to be loved: for "some women," as the Philosopher ~observes ( 26 2, 62 | the case of certain holy women, who at the time of persecution ~ 27 2, 68 | children, imbeciles and women, or to personal feeling, 28 2, 80 | while in simple souls and women devotion abounds ~by repressing 29 2, 122 | persecution certain holy women, in order to escape from 30 2, 122 | the memory of those holy women [*Cf. Q[64], A[1], ad 2]."~ 31 2, 122 | Further, we read of certain women as commended for despising ~ 32 2, 136 | temperament. This is how women are compared to men, as 33 2, 140 | food, or the adornment ~of women. And though children do 34 2, 147 | ourselves"; and (1 Tim. 2:9): ~"Women . . . in decent apparel, 35 2, 147 | says (1 Tim. 3:11): "The women in like ~manner, chaste . . . 36 2, 147 | requisite in the young and ~in women, because concupiscence of 37 2, 147 | heat of youth, while in women there is not sufficient ~ 38 2, 147 | among the ancient Romans women drank ~no wine. Secondly, 39 2, 149 | heights as the ~fondling of women, and those bodily contacts 40 2, 150 | the flesh, even of those ~women who in these times seek 41 2, 150 | with widows and married ~women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 42 2, 152 | intercourse with harlots, women, namely, who are no ~longer 43 2, 152 | of ~abducting or seducing women, should not have those women 44 2, 152 | women, should not have those women in marriage, ~although they 45 2, 152 | the various conditions of women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 46 2, 152 | the ~various conditions of women with whom a man has unlawful 47 2, 152 | sexual intercourse with women related ~by consanguinity 48 2, 154 | says (Ethic. vii, 5) that women are not described either 49 2, 154 | the ~Philosopher speaks of women as though they had not the 50 2, 154 | contrary happens in some women. Hence he states that ~" 51 2, 154 | that ~"we do not describe women as being continent, because 52 2, 154 | for the same reason as in women. ~And these results are 53 2, 162 | to death (A[1]). But all "women's ~conceptions" are not " 54 2, 167 | outward ~apparel?~(2) Whether women sin mortally by excessive 55 2, 167 | Whether the adornment of women is devoid of mortal sin?~ 56 2, 167 | seem that the adornment of women is not devoid of mortal ~ 57 2, 167 | sin. Now the adornment of women is contrary to a precept 58 2, 167 | Pt. 3:3): "Whose," namely women's, "adorning, ~let it not 59 2, 167 | Therefore the adornment of women cannot be devoid of mortal 60 2, 167 | but also wives and all women without exception, ~should 61 2, 167 | Therefore the adornment of women is not ~devoid of mortal 62 2, 167 | the excessive adornment of women is a mortal ~sin.~Aquin.: 63 2, 167 | regards the adornment of women, we must bear in mind ~the 64 2, 167 | Body Para. 3/3~But those women who have no husband nor 65 2, 167 | that it is unbecoming ~for women though married to uncover 66 2, 167 | does not forbid married women to adorn ~themselves in 67 2, 167 | occasion of sin with other women. Hence the Apostle says ( 68 2, 167 | Apostle says (1 Tim. 2:9): ~"Women . . . in ornate [Douay: ' 69 2, 167 | given to understand that women are not ~forbidden to adorn 70 2, 167 | Cyprian is speaking of women painting themselves: this 71 2, 167 | authority. Accordingly, since ~women may lawfully adorn themselves, 72 2, 172 | among them that are born of women, a greater than John the 73 2, 175 | knowledge is becoming to ~women?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 74 2, 175 | knowledge ~is becoming even to women. For teaching is pertinent 75 2, 175 | this grace is becoming to women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 76 2, 175 | But prophecy is granted to women, as we read of Deborah ( 77 2, 175 | one to another." Now some women receive the ~grace of wisdom 78 2, 175 | the word is ~becoming to women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 79 2, 175 | says (1 Cor. 14:34): "Let women keep ~silence in the churches," 80 2, 175 | word is not becoming to women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 81 2, 175 | word may be becoming to women; in another way, publicly, ~ 82 2, 175 | this is not permitted to ~women. First and chiefly, on account 83 2, 175 | natural sex, as it is with women, but of some thing ~supervening 84 2, 175 | Thirdly, because as a rule women are not perfected in wisdom, 85 2, 175 | various conditions. Hence women, if ~they have the grace 86 2, 184 | height as the ~fondling of women, and those bodily contacts 87 3, 7 | written (Is. 4:1): "Seven women shall take hold ~of one 88 3, 25 | Wherefore the angel said to the women (Mk. 16:6): "You seek Jesus 89 3, 28 | cross of Christ - "many women afar off, who had followed 90 3, 28 | was in force both men and women were bound to attend to 91 3, 30 | 1 Cor. 14:34,35): "Let women keep silence in the churches . ~. . 92 3, 30 | Blessed art thou among women."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 93 3, 30 | reason had many ~barren women borne children, that the 94 3, 31 | 1:3: "None of the holy women are ~mentioned in the Saviour' 95 3, 31 | makes no mention of these women. But he does mention Juda' 96 3, 31 | despise not yourselves, women; the Son of ~God was born 97 3, 31 | to the matter which other women supply for the conception 98 3, 31 | the same nature as other ~women, it follows that she had 99 3, 31 | flesh and bones in other women are actual parts of the 100 3, 35 | was there, no officious women interfered. She was both 101 3, 36 | known both to ~men, and to women - namely, to Anna - so as 102 3, 38 | among them that are born of women a greater than ~John the 103 3, 40 | Lk. 8:2,3) that certain women ~followed Christ and "ministered 104 3, 40 | was it thought ~wrong for women, following the ancient tradition 105 3, 46 | Jews; from men and from women, as is ~clear from the women 106 3, 46 | women, as is ~clear from the women servants who accused Peter. 107 3, 51 | Hence it is said of the ~women that "when it was yet dark" 108 3, 53 | written (Mk. 16:2) that ~"the women come to the sepulchre, the 109 3, 53 | according to Heb. 11:35: "Women received their dead ~raised 110 3, 55 | and this is unbecoming in women, according to 1 Cor. 14: 111 3, 55 | according to 1 Cor. 14:34: ~"Let women keep silence in the churches": 112 3, 55 | manifested first of all to the women and afterwards to ~mankind 113 3, 55 | suffer ~no hurt; but if women burn with greater charity, 114 3, 55 | Divine vision: because the women whose love for ~our Lord 115 3, 55 | Resurrection: first "to ~the women at the sepulchre; secondly 116 3, 55 | repeated the same to the ~women after the Resurrection: 117 3, 55 | that he was seen after the women had ~entered the tomb; and 118 3, 55 | the Resurrection to the ~women, as is seen in all the Evangelists: 119 3, 55 | Him, when with the other women, she "'came up and took 120 3, 55 | to have been seen by the women, according to both ~Matthew 121 3, 66 | baptized, both men and women." Therefore now also can 122 3, 66 | among them ~that are born of women, a greater than John the 123 3, 67 | having charge of souls. But women ~are not qualified for this; 124 3, 67 | admonish you, both men and women, who have raised ~children 125 3, 72 | strengthened for the combat." But women are incompetent to ~combat, 126 3, 72 | Therefore neither should ~women receive this sacrament.~ 127 3, 72 | and consequently ~slaves, women, old men, and boys are debarred 128 3, 72 | In ~God's eyes even women fight, for many a woman 129 3, 72 | sacrament should be ~given to women. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 130 3, 72 | more vigor in men than in women, according to Prov. 31:10: " 131 3, 79 | of Thy servants, men ~and women . . . for whom we offer, 132 3, 80 | What hast thou to do ~with women, thou that speakest familiarly 133 3, 83 | written (Mk. 16:1) ~that "the women came to the tomb, the sun 134 Suppl, 19| 1 Cor. ~14:34). But some women (abbesses, for instance, 135 Suppl, 19| of the keys is allowed to women, ~such as the right to correct 136 Suppl, 19| the right to correct other women who are under them, on account ~ 137 Suppl, 22| among men that are born of women." Now ~Paul excommunicated 138 Suppl, 28| penance should be imposed on women?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[28] A[ 139 Suppl, 28| his ~former dignity. Hence women after doing penance for 140 Suppl, 28| penance should be imposed on women and clerics, and ~whether 141 Suppl, 28| should not be imposed on women. ~Because, when this penance 142 Suppl, 28| can be imposed on men and women; but not on clerics, for ~ 143 Suppl, 32| men, ~and in the navel in women, according to Job 40:11: " 144 Suppl, 39| was sometimes ~granted to women, as may be gathered from 145 Suppl, 39| authority is entrusted to women in the New Testament, as 146 Suppl, 39| from 1 Cor. 14:34, "Let women keep silence in the ~churches."]~ 147 Suppl, 39| tonsure is not ~befitting to women according to 1 Cor. 11. 148 Suppl, 39| of the danger of men and ~women living together. But Debbora 149 Suppl, 41| becoming to men, others to women. ~Wherefore nature inculcates 150 Suppl, 44| chiefly ~devolves on the women; or into "matrem muniens," 151 Suppl, 47| the wickedness of those women, ~and because the seed of 152 Suppl, 52| not traced through the ~women but through the men. Therefore 153 Suppl, 55| has ~connection with two women can marry neither of them, 154 Suppl, 55| a man marry one of these women, the ~other does not contract 155 Suppl, 55| marry successively ~two women known by one man.~Aquin.: 156 Suppl, 56| reason it is not conferred on women, ~and consequently no impediment 157 Suppl, 58| more frigid than man. But ~women are not debarred from marriage. 158 Suppl, 58| is equally related to all women. Therefore a ~spell cannot 159 Suppl, 58| and the twelfth year in women: but since the ordinances 160 Suppl, 60| law in relation to other women: wherefore if he ~should 161 Suppl, 62| there is greater frailty in women than in men, ~for which 162 Suppl, 62| is a passion proper to ~women," and the Philosopher says ( 163 Suppl, 62| that "properly speaking ~women are not said to be continent 164 Suppl, 62| their desires. Therefore ~women are rather to be spared 165 Suppl, 62| danger of this in men than in women, the ~husband was allowed 166 Suppl, 62| which is exceeded, for in ~women the humors are more abundant, 167 Suppl, 64| issue is that to ~which women are subject at stated periods 168 Suppl, 65| get children of several women, by causing them ~to be 169 Suppl, 65| according to the ancient laws women used to be sentenced to 170 Suppl, 65| towards his wife. For these women were wives as ~to the principal 171 Suppl, 65| Jacob born of bond ~and free women inherited, as Augustine 172 Suppl, 66| fornication with several women gives ~more evidence of 173 Suppl, 66| fornication with ~several women would become irregular: 174 Suppl, 66| his flesh among several women by fornication or adultery. ~ 175 Suppl, 66| contracted marriage with several women either in law or in fact, ~ 176 Suppl, 66| his flesh among ~several women. Therefore irregularity 177 Suppl, 66| his flesh among ~several women.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 178 Suppl, 78| natural order. Therefore women will rise again not in the 179 Suppl, 78| be in all, both men and women.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 180 Suppl, 93| Hist. vii) ~that "young women who have been deflowered 181 Suppl, 93| in the case of ~certain women at Antioch (Eusebius, Eccles.


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