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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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married

    Part, Question
1 1, 97 | shall neither marry nor be married," as is written Mt. ~22: 2 2, 70 | Thus contingency of the married ~state is said to be signified 3 2, 105 | planted a vineyard, or who had married a ~wife. ~Aquin.: SMT FS 4 2, 105 | of a vineyard, the ~newly married husband, were excluded from 5 2, 105 | favor of a maidservant when married to anyone (Ex. 21:7, seqq.). ~ 6 2, 105 | should be laid on a recently married man, so that ~he might be 7 2, 105 | case with Ruth whom Booz married. ~Wherefore she said to 8 2, 64 | communion persons who are ~married or possess anything of their 9 2, 149 | contacts which belong to the married ~state."~Aquin.: SMT SS 10 2, 150 | spirit. But she that is married thinketh on the things of 11 2, 150 | be praised more than any ~married woman. But this is untrue. 12 2, 150 | of ~the flesh," to which married people are subject (1 Cor. 13 2, 150 | and woman who embrace ~the married life have to think "on the 14 2, 150 | conjugal continence, a ~married person may be better than 15 2, 150 | chastity itself; if to wit, the married person is more prepared ~ 16 2, 150 | comparison with widows and married ~women.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 17 2, 150 | virgins, and the thirtyfold to married persons." Wherefore ~it 18 2, 152 | a man has intercourse is married or a ~virgin, or of some 19 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a married man sins not only if he 20 2, 152 | the intercourse between a married man and any ~woman other 21 2, 152 | he should ~prove to have married her in mockery, as Augustine 22 2, 152 | should have subsequently married them with the consent of ~ 23 2, 152 | have knowledge of his newly married wife ~without committing 24 2, 152 | OBJ 4: The man who is just married has, in virtue of the ~betrothal, 25 2, 152 | The same applies to the married woman who is ~corrupted 26 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If a married man has intercourse with 27 2, 152 | it is adultery, as when a married man has intercourse with 28 2, 152 | authority, as one who ~is to be married by that authority. Hence 29 2, 167 | that the woman "that is married thinketh on the things of 30 2, 167 | husband." Wherefore if a married woman adorn herself ~in 31 2, 167 | those who being neither married nor wishful to ~marry, should 32 2, 167 | unbecoming ~for women though married to uncover their hair, since 33 2, 167 | yet he does not forbid married women to adorn ~themselves 34 2, 184 | of his own, or enter the married state, or do something of ~ 35 2, 184 | some religious who lead a ~married life. Therefore religious 36 2, 184 | contacts which belong to the married ~state." Secondly, because 37 2, 184 | perfection those even who were married. Now the husbands could 38 2, 184 | Wherefore Peter whom He found married, ~He severed not from his 39 2, 184 | perfection though rich and ~married; as neither does a man unarmed 40 2, 187 | ass before being a man, or married ~before being a virgin. 41 2, 187 | vow a person were to be ~married, his marriage would not 42 3, 28 | but ~also to desire to be married." But the Mother of Christ 43 3, 29 | were already espoused or married, ~but also if their maidenhood 44 3, 29 | day when they enter the married state. Thus it ~is written ( 45 3, 31 | priest according to the Law, married a wife of the tribe of Juda, ~ 46 3, 31 | that ~Elizabeth's father married a wife of the family of 47 3, 31 | of the family of David, married a wife of ~the family of 48 3, 31 | a near relation of his married his ~wife, the son born 49 3, 31 | descent through ~Solomon, had married her first, and died, leaving 50 3, 31 | the same family as Mathan, married his widow, who ~bore him 51 3, 31 | Heli ~dying without issue, married the latter's widow, according 52 3, 36 | virgins than to old and married people or to widows, such ~ 53 Suppl, 41| the mutual services which married persons render ~one another 54 Suppl, 41| too that some choose the married ~life and some the contemplative. 55 Suppl, 41| But those who are not married do not perform the marriage 56 Suppl, 41| Therefore even those who are married sin in that act.~Aquin.: 57 Suppl, 43| present are ~reputed to be married. Therefore in like manner 58 Suppl, 44| Yet it often ~happens that married persons differ very much 59 Suppl, 44| life the partnership of married persons is always indivisible, ~ 60 Suppl, 45| by marriage ~each of the married parties receives power over 61 Suppl, 45| persons who are being married should give their consent 62 Suppl, 45| to know that he is truly ~married to the other; and consequently 63 Suppl, 45| when they repent of having married in haste; and many other 64 Suppl, 46| the case unless he ~were married to her. Therefore carnal 65 Suppl, 46| superior in rank. But if he has married ~another woman, he is no 66 Suppl, 47| consent. Therefore he was married to her by virtue of the 67 Suppl, 49| shall neither marry ~nor be married" (Mt. 22:30). Hence the 68 Suppl, 49| marriage act. Hence when ~married persons come together for 69 Suppl, 49| are only two ways in which married persons can come ~together 70 Suppl, 50| person, and thus he who is married to one cannot marry another, ~ 71 Suppl, 52| Whether a man who is already married can make himself a slave ~ 72 Suppl, 52| less therefore can he be married without his ~consent.~Aquin.: 73 Suppl, 52| Reply OBJ 3: If a slave has married with his master's consent, 74 Suppl, 53| sacred order after being married?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 75 Suppl, 53| impediment to marriage, because married persons cannot have an ~ 76 Suppl, 53| although they cannot be married again. But in the Western 77 Suppl, 53| 4), than those who are married. Consequently the ~conclusion 78 Suppl, 53| privilege is forfeit to a married cleric.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 79 Suppl, 53| bodily tie. Therefore if a married man be ordained, this ~will 80 Suppl, 53| sacred ~orders, since if a married man receive sacred orders, 81 Suppl, 54| how consanguinity between married persons ~is contrary to 82 Suppl, 54| those together who are ~married within the fourth degree 83 Suppl, 54| in the fifth degree were ~married when that degree was an 84 Suppl, 54| the fifth degree who are married would not have to ~separate, 85 Suppl, 55| if a certain woman be ~married to a certain man, that she 86 Suppl, 55| thus it is clear that ~a married woman is related to her 87 Suppl, 55| relationship; and ~consequently a married party contracts with the 88 Suppl, 55| wives of two ~cousins to be married to the same man, the one 89 Suppl, 55| the very ~fact that she is married to a blood-relation of mine. 90 Suppl, 55| against persons already married was absent from the diocese ~ 91 Suppl, 57| comes of age, they can be married.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 92 Suppl, 58| marriage gives ~each of the married parties power over the other' 93 Suppl, 58| to marriage, when the one married party does not know that 94 Suppl, 59| unbeliever. For Joseph ~married an Egyptian woman, and Esther 95 Suppl, 59| Egyptian woman, and Esther married Assuerus: and in both ~marriages 96 Suppl, 59| which he loved, and hath married the daughter of a strange ~ 97 Suppl, 59| case if they could have married validly. ~Therefore disparity 98 Suppl, 59| idolatry those whom they married or their children, since 99 Suppl, 59| Joseph, Moses, and Esther married unbelievers. But ~under 100 Suppl, 59| converted, and whom he had married while he was yet an unbeliever. 101 Suppl, 59| unbeliever whom he had married previously, the danger is 102 Suppl, 59| if as an unbeliever he ~married her within the forbidden 103 Suppl, 59| remain with those whom he married while yet an ~unbeliever, 104 Suppl, 59| divorcing his first wife he has ~married a second, and that he is 105 Suppl, 59| answer that, The faith of a married person does not dissolve 106 Suppl, 59| Hence ~unbelievers who have married within the degrees forbidden 107 Suppl, 59| marriage. But if they have married within the degrees ~forbidden 108 Suppl, 59| unbeliever is not truly ~married save to her whom he married 109 Suppl, 59| married save to her whom he married first. Consequently if he 110 Suppl, 59| then, the husband, when he married an unbeliever, knew that 111 Suppl, 59| comparison fails. ~Moreover one married party is not bound to the 112 Suppl, 59| comparison between a slave ~and a married person.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 113 Suppl, 59| the life wherein he had married, since also when ~the husband 114 Suppl, 59| even though he should have married ~another wife: yet this 115 Suppl, 59| her blasphemy before he married again, her husband would 116 Suppl, 59| After the believer has married, the marriage tie is ~dissolved 117 Suppl, 59| converted to the faith has married again. On the other hand 118 Suppl, 60| wherefore if he ~should have married another, although he sin 119 Suppl, 61| hinder the greater. But the ~married state is a lesser good than 120 Suppl, 61| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Married persons are forbidden (1 121 Suppl, 62| of his long absence, has married ~again; the fourth is if 122 Suppl, 62| is if ~both having been married in the state of unbelief, 123 Suppl, 62| bill of divorce and she has married again; for then if both ~ 124 Suppl, 63| irregularity on account of being married twice. ~Therefore a second 125 Suppl, 64| everyone. Now ~even for married people it is better to be 126 Suppl, 64| answer that, When the newly married spouse is given to her husband, ~ 127 Suppl, 65| with a woman who is not married to him, which is the ~signification 128 Suppl, 66| with a woman whom he has ~married in fact and not in law, 129 Suppl, 66| carnally the ~woman he has married in law, marries another 130 Suppl, 66| bigamist, or one who has married a woman that is not a virgin, 131 Suppl, 66| that he should not have married another wife, but ~not that 132 Suppl, 66| longer a virgin when she married - unless she had been ~corrupted 133 Suppl, 66| fornication after being married, her ~husband does not become 134 Suppl, 66| maintain that a man who has ~married a second wife, though he 135 Suppl, 66| dispensation in those who have married several wives ~in fact, 136 Suppl, 66| in fact, as if they had married them in law; but it does 137 Suppl, 67| divorced wife before she married again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 138 Suppl, 67| punishment of the ~woman who married again, and that it was by 139 Suppl, 67| was not a virgin when he ~married her, should he fail to prove 140 Suppl, 77| shall neither marry, nor be married" (Mt. 22:30), ~it would 141 Suppl, 78| shall neither marry nor be married."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 142 Suppl, 93| divided into the fruit of the married, of ~widows, and of virgins. 143 Suppl, 93| to virgins, widows, and married persons is not a special 144 Suppl, 93| thirtyfold fruit is assigned to married ~persons, because in the 145 Suppl, 93| denotes the embraces of ~married persons. The number 60 is 146 Suppl, 93| This is the spirituality of married persons. Spirituality ~is 147 Suppl, 93| is fittingly assigned to married persons, in whom ~no other 148 Suppl, 93| an explanation. For the married man abstains only from one ~ 149 Suppl, 93| with the faithful who are ~married."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 150 Suppl, 93| not all take precedence of married folk; but only those ~who 151 Suppl, 93| their passion on a par with married persons who have suffered


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