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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vows

    Part, Question
1 2, 64 | in those who break their vows of virginity or poverty.~ 2 2, 79 | bind themselves by certain vows and observances, and to ~ 3 2, 83 | by the faithful; (2) Of vows, whereby something is promised ~ 4 2, 86 | SERVICE BY PROMISE (Q[88])~OF VOWS (TWELVE ARTICLES)~We must 5 2, 86 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider vows, whereby something is promised 6 2, 86 | 3) Of the obligation of vows;~(4) Of the use of taking 7 2, 86 | 4) Of the use of taking vows;~(5) Of what virtue is it 8 2, 86 | another's power can take vows?~(9) Whether children may 9 2, 86 | 13, "I will pay Thee my vows which my lips have ~uttered"; 10 2, 86 | pertains to supererogation. But vows are not ~only about matters 11 2, 86 | for salvation. Therefore vows ~are not only about a better 12 2, 86 | better good. Yet ~sometimes vows are made about immoderate 13 2, 86 | the person: and sometimes vows are about indifferent matters 14 2, 86 | the matter of baptismal vows, in so far as these things 15 2, 86 | concerning himself, such vows as ~these are more fittingly 16 2, 86 | ought not to keep it. As to vows about vain ~and useless 17 2, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all vows are binding?~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 86 | OBJ 1: It would seem that vows are not all binding. For 19 2, 86 | when, for instance, a man vows to enter ~a monastery, the 20 2, 86 | for instance when a woman vows virginity, and ~afterwards 21 2, 86 | deflowered; or when a man vows to give a sum of money, 22 2, 86 | before all to fulfill the vows he has made to God, ~since 23 2, 86 | Solomon gives the ~reason why vows should be paid to God, because " 24 2, 86 | it is expedient to take vows?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 25 2, 86 | is not expedient to take vows. It is not ~expedient to 26 2, 86 | inexpedient for man to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 27 2, 86 | is not expedient to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 28 2, 86 | or the ~Apostles took any vows. Therefore it would seem 29 2, 86 | seem inexpedient to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 30 2, 86 | it is expedient to take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 31 2, 86 | 21:26): "I will pay ~my vows in the sight of them that 32 2, 86 | offerings and they shall make vows to the ~Lord, and perform 33 2, 86 | it is evident that some vows belong to religion by ~reason 34 2, 86 | how we are to understand vows whereby we vow something 35 2, 86 | the vow, in so far as one vows to God ~to fulfil what one 36 2, 86 | unwillingly." Now he who vows to fast puts himself ~under 37 2, 86 | Vow ye and pay," ~says: "Vows are counseled to the will." 38 2, 86 | Secondly, because he that vows something and does it, subjects 39 2, 86 | Therefore they ~are related to vows accidentally: and consequently 40 2, 86 | particular rule: as when a man vows a pilgrimage, or ~something 41 2, 86 | public vow. Now ~many other vows may be made in public besides 42 2, 86 | Therefore not only these vows are ~solemn.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 86 | 1~On the contrary, These vows alone are an impediment 44 2, 86 | above. Hence when a man vows ~particular deeds, such 45 2, 86 | being pronounced in public vows may have a certain ~human 46 2, 86 | solemnity, as the ~aforesaid vows have, even when they are 47 2, 86 | are hindered from taking ~vows?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 48 2, 86 | not hindered from taking vows. The lesser bond is surpassed 49 2, 86 | not hindered from taking ~vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 50 2, 86 | not hindered from taking vows, through being subject to ~ 51 2, 86 | things to God by means of vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 52 2, 86 | subjects do not sin by taking vows, since nowhere do we find 53 2, 86 | that they can lawfully take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 54 2, 86 | is under another's power vows that ~which is in that other' 55 2, 86 | been said above (A[7]), ~vows are of two kinds, simple 56 2, 86 | wherefore in both events their vows are without force. It happens, ~ 57 2, 86 | themselves by vow; but their vows can be annulled by their ~ 58 2, 86 | themselves by religious vows, ~simple or solemn, without 59 2, 86 | use of reason: for their vows then are invalid, as stated ~ 60 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The vows of persons subject to another' 61 2, 86 | avails in the case of solemn vows which are ~taken in profession.~ 62 2, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether vows admit of dispensation?~Aquin.: 63 2, 86 | OBJ 1: It would seem that vows are not subject to dispensation. 64 2, 86 | Much ~less, therefore, do vows admit of dispensation.~Aquin.: 65 2, 86 | of ~religion. Therefore vows do not admit of dispensation.~ 66 2, 86 | Therefore it seems that vows ~also admit of dispensation 67 2, 86 | the law requires. Even so, vows can be commuted ~now, if 68 2, 86 | chastity. Now ~if a man vows an act of religion, e.g. 69 2, 86 | solemnized, so also are the vows of ~poverty and obedience. 70 2, 86 | to be dispensed from the vows ~of poverty and obedience, 71 2, 86 | things, and yet these latter vows may be a matter ~for dispensation.~ 72 2, 86 | one ~is absolved from the vows he made in the world, even 73 2, 86 | precept about keeping one's vows, as ~stated above (A[10], 74 2, 86 | grant ~dispensations from vows, on the same count it is 75 2, 86 | prelate to dispense from ~vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 76 2, 86 | commutation or ~dispensation of vows requires the authority of 77 2, 86 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: All other vows are about some particular 78 2, 86 | not bound to fulfil ~the vows, whether of fasting or of 79 2, 86 | prelates can dispense from vows at ~their will, for the 80 2, 86 | of dispensing ~from all vows that admit of dispensation. 81 2, 86 | of dispensing from those vows that are commonly ~made 82 2, 86 | to someone; such are the vows of pilgrimage (Cap. de ~ 83 2, 87 | from a vow, except ~certain vows reserved to the Pope alone, 84 2, 87 | have said with regard to vows (Q[88], A[10], ad 2). Now 85 2, 87 | stated above with regard to vows (Q[88], ~AA[8],9).~Aquin.: 86 2, 102 | making their profession take vows ~of chastity and poverty, 87 2, 182 | dispense from perpetual vows), and this for certain ~ 88 2, 182 | wish to take the monastic vows through being desirous of 89 2, 183 | vow is lawful, because he vows to do what it becomes a 90 2, 183 | is not ~bound to keep the vows he made in the world. But 91 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The vows of those who are living 92 2, 183 | world are compared ~to the vows of religion as the particular 93 2, 183 | A[12], ad 1). But the vows of religion are compared 94 2, 184 | the sufficiency of these vows;~(8) Of their comparison 95 2, 184 | that regards the essential vows of religion themselves; ~ 96 2, 184 | in Ezech.): "When a man vows to God all his ~possessions, 97 2, 184 | consists in these ~three vows?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 98 2, 184 | consists in these three vows. For the perfection of life ~ 99 2, 184 | to perfection. Therefore vows of inward actions, such 100 2, 184 | religious state, rather than the vows of poverty, continence, 101 2, 184 | would seem that these three vows ~are incorrectly described 102 2, 184 | suffices without the two other ~vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 103 2, 184 | constituted by ~these three vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 104 2, 184 | constituted by the three vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 105 2, 184 | three ~aforesaid principal vows; for if any of them are 106 2, 184 | habit ~belongs to all three vows, as a sign of being bound 107 2, 184 | there was need for the vows of continence and ~poverty; 108 2, 184 | chief of the three religious vows?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 109 2, 184 | of the ~three religious vows. For the perfection of the 110 2, 184 | would seem ~to be. Now the vows of poverty and continence " 111 2, 184 | sacrificed." Now the religious vows are holocausts, as ~stated 112 2, 184 | chief ~of all religious vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 113 2, 184 | of the three religious ~vows, and this for three reasons.~ 114 2, 184 | obedience includes the other vows, but not ~vice versa: for 115 2, 184 | are bound to a rule by the vows of their profession. Therefore 116 2, 184 | profession whereby a man vows to live according to the ~ 117 2, 184 | contained in the rule, but he vows the regular life which consists ~ 118 2, 184 | dispositions ~to the chief vows. And venial sin is a disposition 119 2, 186 | in Ezech.), "when a man vows to ~Almighty God all that 120 2, 186 | without the three essential ~vows of religion, as stated above ( 121 2, 186 | OBJ 2: The three essential vows of religion pertain to the ~ 122 2, 186 | community of the essential vows is compatible with ~diversity 123 2, 186 | observance of the essential vows of religion, and their refraining 124 2, 186 | than the other ~religious vows; and humility is most acceptable 125 2, 187 | Augustine says that "some vows concern the ~individual, 126 2, 187 | the ~individual, such as vows of chastity, virginity, 127 2, 187 | when we were treating of ~vows, one and the same work done 128 2, 187 | when we were treating of ~vows, a vow is a promise made 129 2, 187 | government of his see and pay his vows to the Most ~High."~Aquin.: 130 2, 187 | when we were treating ~of vows, he who has bound himself 131 2, 187 | is preferred to temporal vows, as stated above (A[3], 132 2, 187 | therefore, that he who vows to enter religion is bound 133 2, 187 | Therefore it seems that he ~who vows to enter religion is not 134 2, 187 | case of ~the insane, whose vows are not binding [*Extra, 135 2, 187 | having the use of ~reason, vows to enter religion, or even 136 2, 187 | are they not bound to take vows. If, however, they bind ~ 137 2, 187 | dispense from perpetual ~vows. Therefore it is evident 138 Suppl, 37| prayers of ~individuals, vows, and so forth: such acts 139 Suppl, 53| 1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF VOWS AND ORDERS (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 140 Suppl, 53| consider the impediment of vows and orders. Under this head ~ 141 Suppl, 59| religious is free to fulfill the vows he took in ~the world, if 142 Suppl, 61| equally take ~religious vows. Therefore by the fact that 143 Suppl, 72| they know in ~the Word the vows, devotions, and prayers 144 Suppl, 93| as some say, to one who vows to remain ~a widow. Therefore


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