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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | gave the reason why Moses ~allowed the putting away of wives - 2 1, 32 | quinary; which cannot be allowed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 3 1, 54 | senses. But ~memory can be allowed in the angels, according 4 1, 75 | It must necessarily be allowed that the principle of ~intellectual 5 1, 55 | senses. But ~memory can be allowed in the angels, according 6 1, 74 | It must necessarily be allowed that the principle of ~intellectual 7 1, 96 | remained immortal, had he been allowed to eat of ~the tree of life."~ 8 1, 112 | subjected to pains and are allowed to fall into sin.~Aquin.: 9 2, 38 | on it: whereas if it be allowed ~to escape, the soul's intention 10 2, 93 | do otherwise than it is allowed ~to.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 11 2, 102 | following day, while it was allowed to eat the flesh of other ~ 12 2, 102 | like. They were, however, ~allowed to eat ruminants and animals 13 2, 102 | hoof. Of ~fishes they were allowed to partake of the drier 14 2, 102 | tempered. Of birds they were allowed to eat the tamer kinds, 15 2, 102 | animals which the Jews were allowed to eat, but worshipped them 16 2, 102 | food: ~wherefore they were allowed to eat those animals which 17 2, 102 | common people, should be allowed to ~engender, i.e. to have 18 2, 102 | doctrines. Neither is it allowed to plough "with an ox and 19 2, 105 | they should ~not have been allowed a choice in the matter, 20 2, 105 | matter, as indeed they were allowed ~(Dt. 17:14,15): "When thou . . . 21 2, 105 | fruits. For all alike were allowed on entering a friend's ~ 22 2, 105 | estates, therefore ~the Law allowed them to be sold in perpetuity, 23 2, 105 | that if foreigners were allowed ~to meddle with the affairs 24 2, 107 | easily to be put away, allowed no exception save in the 25 2, 10 | ought by no means ~to be allowed, since it would provoke 26 2, 10 | than that they should be allowed to employ them in ~some 27 2, 10 | the Jews: "They should be allowed to ~observe all their feasts, 28 2, 12 | earthly princes; and so she allowed ~the faithful to obey Julian 29 2, 38 | Therefore they also are allowed to fight.~Aquin.: SMT SS 30 2, 38 | bishops or clerics ~were first allowed to go to the front: and 31 2, 63 | 3: Further, everyone is allowed to impart correction, for 32 2, 64 | and such the finder is ~allowed to keep [*Dig. I, viii, 33 2, 67 | The reason why it is not ~allowed to appeal a third time on 34 2, 68 | public crime and who ~are not allowed even to accuse; sometimes, 35 2, 69 | of others, while they are allowed to advocate their own cause.~ 36 2, 69 | else no craftsman would be ~allowed to make profit by his art.~ 37 2, 70 | 3: Further, a man is not allowed to revenge himself, for 38 2, 76 | Now usury of a kind is ~allowed in the Divine law, according 39 2, 84 | are ~unconsecrated may be allowed to the use of layfolk by 40 2, 93 | tell the ~truth, it must be allowed that this is due to an instinct 41 2, 98 | benefice for so doing, are not allowed to receive anything ~in 42 2, 108 | Article. Now it is not allowed to make use of anything 43 2, 113 | our ~Ruler, we are often allowed to be rent by detractions 44 2, 118 | doubtful cases where it is ~not allowed to set aside the letter 45 2, 145 | flesh restrained if the mind allowed to drift to inordinate ~ 46 2, 145 | dispensed from fasting, or be allowed to forestall the hour by ~ 47 2, 147 | human affairs: while it ~is allowed to those who are in a state 48 2, 163 | so by the ~animal he was allowed to use for that purpose."~ 49 2, 170 | Chrysostom]: "The devil is allowed sometimes to speak true 50 2, 182 | i.e. monks, "must not be allowed to think that they may easily ~ 51 2, 182 | of a ~better life must be allowed by their bishops the free 52 2, 183 | Moreover they are sometimes ~allowed to make a will. Much less 53 2, 187 | seem that none should be allowed to enter ~religion but those 54 2, 187 | profession a year of probation is allowed, according to ~the rule 55 2, 187 | duties, and that he be allowed to retain them in peace." 56 3, 3 | destroyed, which cannot be ~allowed. Therefore neither two nor 57 3, 13 | will that the flesh was ~allowed to suffer and do what was 58 3, 14 | will that the flesh was allowed to ~suffer and do what belonged 59 3, 14 | will that the flesh was allowed to do and suffer what belonged 60 3, 15 | the flesh of Christ was allowed to suffer ~and do what belonged 61 3, 15 | power, "every faculty was allowed to do what was proper to 62 3, 18 | Consequently it ~must be allowed that in Christ there was 63 3, 18 | God before His Passion "allowed His flesh to do ~and suffer 64 3, 18 | And in like manner He allowed all the ~powers of His soul 65 3, 28 | before His Passion Christ "allowed His flesh ~to do and to 66 3, 29 | Evang. ii): "It cannot be ~allowed that the evangelist thought 67 3, 35 | Ghost, ~which cannot be allowed. Therefore the Blessed Virgin 68 3, 38 | consider that John's death was ~allowed to take place, and that 69 3, 41 | Trin. iv) ~that Christ "allowed Himself to be tempted" by 70 3, 41 | from the devil. For that He allowed Himself to be tempted was ~ 71 3, 41 | Gregory observes, "that He allowed ~Himself to be taken by 72 3, 41 | him on to a mountain, who allowed Himself to be ~crucified 73 3, 44 | soul. ~Consequently, He allowed the demons, that He cast 74 3, 44 | for the same motives He allowed the man, who was being delivered ~ 75 3, 45 | His loving foresight He allowed them to taste for a ~short 76 3, 55 | 3: A woman is not to be allowed to teach publicly in church; ~ 77 3, 55 | xxvi in ~Evang.): "Our Lord allowed them to handle His flesh 78 3, 60 | more be a witness, nor be allowed to take ~a sacrament," i.e. 79 3, 66 | without ~inconsistency, be allowed in the primitive Church; 80 3, 67 | sacrament, deacons are ~allowed to baptize in cases of urgency 81 3, 67 | But in ~no case is a woman allowed to teach in church, according 82 3, 67 | teach in public, but is ~allowed to instruct and admonish 83 3, 67 | and ill-instructed are ~allowed to raise people from the 84 3, 67 | Baptism: but others can be allowed as assistants.~ 85 3, 70 | Consequently, it must be allowed that the rite of circumcision 86 3, 70 | cause. But this cannot be allowed. Therefore circumcision 87 3, 72 | chap. vii): "It is ~not allowed to explain in writing the 88 3, 72 | the Pope, Blessed Gregory, allowed simple priests to confer 89 3, 72 | imminent dangers, it is allowed for this sacrament, which 90 3, 80 | consequently He fittingly allowed Himself to be touched by 91 3, 80 | regarding Christ are not allowed to touch this sacrament.~ 92 3, 80 | non-baptized are not to be allowed even to ~see this sacrament, 93 3, 80 | But ~only those are to be allowed to share in the eating who 94 3, 82 | OBJ 2: Baptism alone is allowed to be conferred by heretics, 95 3, 89 | wicked ways ~are neither allowed to exercise their order, 96 3, 89 | sinned, because this is allowed to none but those who repent ~ 97 Suppl, 8 | should handle, they are allowed by law ~(De Poenit. et Remiss., 98 Suppl, 8 | Therefore this cannot be allowed by a ~superior's privilege, 99 Suppl, 11| confession: for in no case is he allowed to say ~that he has heard 100 Suppl, 13| that a man is not to be allowed ~to do penance for another, 101 Suppl, 18| Lk. 16:5), because he had allowed a liberal discount to ~his 102 Suppl, 19| certain use of the keys is allowed to women, ~such as the right 103 Suppl, 23| concern salvation, for one ~is allowed to speak of such matters 104 Suppl, 23| excommunicated, for they are allowed to ~buy from them, or to 105 Suppl, 23| than those in which it is allowed?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 106 Suppl, 23| than those in which it is ~allowed. Because a certain decretal ( 107 Suppl, 23| those cases in which it is allowed, is ~debarred from receiving 108 Suppl, 23| those cases in which it is allowed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 109 Suppl, 23| except in those cases allowed by ~law (Cap. Quoniam). 110 Suppl, 39| discretion is sometimes allowed to exercise them without 111 Suppl, 49| excuse. Now marriage is allowed in the state of infirmity " 112 Suppl, 54| forbidden and sometimes allowed certain degrees which the 113 Suppl, 54| fifth degree which is now allowed were to be forbidden ~at 114 Suppl, 54| now forbidden were to be allowed, such a union would not ~ 115 Suppl, 55| ask whether he should be allowed to voice his accusation. 116 Suppl, 55| lawsuit; that relatives are allowed as witnesses; that ~the 117 Suppl, 58| copulate. Wherefore they are allowed ~to marry, in so far as 118 Suppl, 59| be converted, he is not allowed to cohabit with her, ~be 119 Suppl, 59| afterwards converted, she may be allowed by dispensation to take 120 Suppl, 61| law. ~Now human law has allowed this. Therefore much more 121 Suppl, 61| a space of two months is allowed them for three reasons. ~ 122 Suppl, 62| women, the ~husband was allowed to put away his wife by 123 Suppl, 62| sin of fornication is not ~allowed to seek another marriage, 124 Suppl, 62| adulteress would ~if she were allowed to contract another and 125 Suppl, 62| bind them to separate, but allowed them to do so. Therefore ~ 126 Suppl, 64| a menstruous wife is not allowed to ask for the debt, ~this 127 Suppl, 64| menstruous woman is never allowed to ask for ~the debt; and 128 Suppl, 65| the dispensation which ~allowed them several wives, approached 129 Suppl, 65| dispensation Abraham was allowed ~to send Agar away, in order 130 Suppl, 67| second marriages, so Moses allowed the bill of divorce. But 131 Suppl, 67| appetite. Even ~so they were allowed to lend money for usury 132 Suppl, 67| in ~the reason they were allowed the sacrifice of jealousy, 133 Suppl, 67| marriage, ~though this was allowed her by the Law. If they 134 Suppl, 69| Surely no one would be allowed to give an unfavorable ~ 135 Suppl, 76| some of the philosophers allowed that souls separated ~from 136 Suppl, 91| to God for it, they are allowed to see ~perfectly the sufferings 137 Suppl, 96| seem unjust for it to be allowed to perish altogether.~Aquin.:


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