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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 107 | is "enlightening," and of bishops "perfecting," as Dionysius ~ 2 2, 1 | any more ~than to other bishops, to publish a new edition 3 2, 10 | Theodosius, with whom most holy ~bishops have been on most friendly 4 2, 11 | our brethren and fellow bishops ought to refer the ~matter 5 2, 37 | persons consecrated by ~bishops who were themselves consecrated 6 2, 38 | is lawful for clerics and bishops to fight?~Aquin.: SMT SS 7 2, 38 | seem lawful for clerics and bishops to fight. For, as ~stated 8 2, 38 | Therefore it is lawful for bishops to ~fight.~Aquin.: SMT SS 9 2, 38 | it. ~But it is lawful for bishops and clerics to induce others 10 2, 38 | Therefore it is lawful ~for bishops and clerics to fight.~Aquin.: 11 2, 38 | to Peter as representing bishops and ~clerics (Mt. 16:52): " 12 2, 38 | was for this purpose that bishops or clerics ~were first allowed 13 2, 68 | refers specially to the bishops, priests, ~deacons and clerics 14 2, 86 | those who are appointed ~bishops after making profession. 15 2, 98 | something in the consecration of bishops, ~blessings of abbots, ordinations 16 2, 145 | among ~the ordinances of bishops in council, nor sanctioned 17 2, 145 | appointed by the councils of bishops and are sanctioned by the 18 2, 147 | in instructing others: to bishops and all ministers of the ~ 19 2, 182 | relating to ~the perfection of bishops; (3) Things relating to 20 2, 182 | grace, for instance wicked bishops or religious. ~Therefore 21 2, 182 | rather than to religious and ~bishops.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 22 2, 182 | ascribes perfection to ~bishops as being perfecters, and ( 23 2, 182 | competent to religious and bishops. For religious bind themselves 24 2, 182 | Para. 2/2~In like manner bishops bind themselves to things 25 2, 182 | placed over them, so too, ~bishops should recognize that, by 26 2, 182 | governors of the Church." Now bishops are in the state of ~perfection. 27 2, 182 | OBJ 2: Further, just as bishops together with their consecration 28 2, 182 | OBJ 3: Further, just as bishops are bound to "lay down their 29 2, 182 | perfection is ascribed to bishops only.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] 30 2, 182 | 9:62). On the other hand bishops, ~since they are in the 31 2, 182 | of perfection, but only ~bishops.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 32 2, 182 | name: and thus formerly bishops and priests were not ~distinct. 33 2, 182 | were not ~distinct. For bishops are so called "because they 34 2, 182 | again he uses the term "bishops" in the same way, ~wherefore 35 2, 182 | Holy Ghost hath placed you bishops, to rule the church of God."~ 36 2, 182 | the apostles were made bishops, so the seventy-two disciples 37 2, 182 | calling the ~higher ones bishops and the lower ones priests. 38 2, 182 | priests nowise differ from bishops is reckoned by Augustine 39 2, 182 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Bishops have the chief cure of the 40 2, 182 | inferior ministry under ~the bishops. Hence a gloss on 1 Cor. 41 2, 182 | religious do this. But bishops are not bound to do so; 42 2, 182 | can. Episcopi de rebus): "Bishops, if they wish, may ~bequeath 43 2, 182 | more perfect ~state than bishops.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 44 2, 182 | more perfect than that of bishops.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 45 2, 182 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v, vi), bishops are in the position ~of " 46 2, 182 | perfection is more ~excellent in bishops than in religious.~Aquin.: 47 2, 182 | and to suffer need." Now ~bishops especially are bound to 48 2, 182 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That bishops are busy about things pertaining 49 2, 182 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, bishops are in a more perfect state 50 2, 182 | of souls, are more like bishops than religious are. Therefore 51 2, 182 | must be allowed by their bishops the free entrance into the ~ 52 2, 182 | they were chosen to be bishops. We may, however, pass this 53 2, 182 | archdeacons are more like bishops than ~religious are, in 54 2, 183 | which belongs chiefly ~to bishops. Therefore it would seem 55 2, 183 | of religious and that of bishops are ~regarded from different 56 2, 183 | apostles, whose successors ~bishops are (Mt. 10:23): "When they 57 2, 183 | end of the obligation. Now bishops bind themselves to fulfil 58 2, 183 | requisite for perfection. Now bishops are in the state of ~perfection. 59 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, bishops take the place of the apostles 60 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem that bishops are ~bound to keep this 61 2, 183 | would seem that not only bishops but even ~clerics should 62 2, 183 | can. Episcopi de rebus): ~"Bishops, if they wish, may bequeath 63 2, 183 | the poor" (Mt. 19:17,21). Bishops, however, ~do not bind themselves 64 2, 183 | of their ~own. Therefore bishops are not bound to live without 65 2, 183 | to say that so many holy bishops as Athanasius, Ambrose, 66 2, 183 | the world. Now ~neither bishops nor clerics ought thus to 67 2, 183 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether bishops sin mortally if they distribute 68 2, 183 | OBJ 1: It would seem that bishops sin mortally if they distribute 69 2, 183 | by ~violence. Therefore bishops sin mortally if they give 70 2, 183 | restitution. Therefore if bishops ~keep for themselves, or 71 2, 183 | Much more therefore do ~bishops sin mortally if they give 72 2, 183 | 1~On the contrary, Many bishops do not give their surplus 73 2, 183 | of their own goods which ~bishops may possess, and of ecclesiastical 74 2, 183 | religious who are appointed bishops are not bound to ~religious 75 2, 183 | religious who are ~appointed bishops, are not bound to obey the 76 2, 183 | accidental that religious who are bishops are not ~bound to obey the 77 2, 184 | the religious ~state. But bishops may have property, as stated 78 2, 184 | Wherefore it is not required of bishops, ~who make profession of 79 2, 184 | chiefly in reference to ~bishops, who are compared to them 80 2, 184 | perfecting virtues of the bishops, and is ~taught by their 81 2, 184 | exempt from obedience to bishops; and if they be ~wholly 82 2, 186 | both to religious ~and to bishops, as stated above (Q[185], 83 2, 186 | proper to religious but ~to bishops. Therefore a religious order 84 2, 186 | are represented by ~the bishops, the seventy-two disciples 85 2, 186 | Therefore in addition to bishops and parish priests, no ~ 86 2, 186 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Bishops do not allow these religious 87 2, 186 | who in any way assist the ~bishops in their office. For we 88 2, 186 | Titus 1:9), speaking of bishops to whose office these acts ~ 89 2, 187 | it belongs properly to bishops and religious to be bound 90 2, 187 | archdeacons are not, as bishops are, bound by a ~perpetual 91 2, 187 | cure of souls. Wherefore bishops ~"cannot lay aside their 92 3, 8 | certain special places, as bishops ~of their Churches. Or with 93 3, 38 | priests are confirmed by bishops.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 94 3, 67 | office, or proper to that of ~bishops?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 95 3, 67 | but ~proper to that of bishops. Because, as stated above ( 96 3, 67 | princely office. Now the bishops hold the position of princes 97 3, 67 | exclusively to the office of bishops. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 98 3, 67 | whose place is taken by ~the bishops, both duties, namely, of 99 3, 67 | it follow from this that ~bishops cannot baptize; since what 100 3, 67 | sacraments which are reserved to ~bishops.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 101 3, 71 | ascribed by Dionysius to bishops (Eccl. Hier. ii) and can ~ 102 3, 71 | Christian life: this belongs to bishops "ex officio," in virtue 103 3, 72 | this sacrament is given by bishops only?~(12) Of its rite.~ 104 3, 72 | Melchiades wrote to the bishops of Spain: ~"Concerning the 105 3, 72 | sacrament is reserved to bishops, who possess supreme power 106 3, 72 | apostles, in whose place the bishops stand (Acts ~8). Hence Pope 107 3, 72 | this unction is reserved to bishops, not on account of its ~ 108 3, 72 | Council of Meaux, "that bishops should not give the Holy 109 3, 72 | sacrament is given only by bishops, who are not always present ~ 110 3, 76 | and, by order of many ~bishops, preserved in a pyx, which 111 3, 82 | not ~to priests, but to bishops, to sign with the chrism. 112 3, 83 | down, if possible, by ~the bishops presiding over such places."~ 113 3, 89 | should be corrected by their ~bishops. so that when Penance has 114 Suppl, 19| this key, e.g. archdeacons, bishops elect, and others who can ~ 115 Suppl, 22| their own authority, only bishops and higher prelates, ~according 116 Suppl, 26| in accordance with ~which bishops grant indulgences.~Aquin.: 117 Suppl, 26| his kingdom: whereas the bishops are appointed to a share ~ 118 Suppl, 26| a lawful one: while, in bishops, this power resides subject 119 Suppl, 36| says that "not only should bishops, priests, and deacons ~take 120 Suppl, 36| higher priests, namely the ~bishops, it belongs to know even 121 Suppl, 37| perfecting belongs ~to the bishops alone, enlightening to the 122 Suppl, 38| certain persons who are not bishops, for instance to ~Cardinal 123 Suppl, 40| of spiritual things. Now bishops can dispense certain ~sacraments 124 Suppl, 40| can be anyone above the bishops?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 125 Suppl, 40| Church higher ~than the bishops. For all the bishops are 126 Suppl, 40| the bishops. For all the bishops are the successors of the 127 Suppl, 40| Jn. 20:23). Therefore all bishops are ~equal, and one is not 128 Suppl, 40| the first and ~greatest of bishops, and after him the bishop 129 Suppl, 40| Christ ~Himself." Therefore bishops are subject to someone even 130 Suppl, 40| the episcopal Order, all bishops are equal, ~and for this 131 Suppl, 40| the pallium which other bishops have not.~Aquin.: SMT XP 132 Suppl, 40| crozier. Therefore other bishops should not have one.~Aquin.: 133 Suppl, 40| 40] A[7] Body Para. 3/4~Bishops have nine ornaments besides 134 Suppl, 40| bless virgins, consecrate ~bishops, impose hands, dedicate 135 Suppl, 40| espoused to Christ. For bishops are espoused to the Church


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