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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 28 | revoked his error later at the council of Rheims. For he said ~ 2 1, 36 | Further, In the creed of the council of Constantinople (Can. 3 1, 36 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In every council of the Church a symbol of 4 1, 36 | prevalent error condemned in the council at that ~time. Hence subsequent 5 1, 36 | in ~the decision of the council of Chalcedon it is declared 6 1, 36 | congregated together in the council of Constantinople, handed 7 1, 36 | errors rose up, another council ~[*Council of Rome, under 8 1, 36 | rose up, another council ~[*Council of Rome, under Pope Damasus] 9 1, 36 | creed condemned in the council of Ephesus. This error was 10 1, 39 | homoousion}, which the Council of Nicaea adopted against 11 1, 42 | thus it is declared in the council of Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~ 12 1, 39 | homoousion}, which the Council of Nicaea adopted against 13 1, 42 | thus it is declared in the council of Ephesus: "Let Splendor ~ 14 2, 1 | in the acts of the first* council of Ephesus (P. ii, ~Act. 15 2, 1 | the symbol of the Nicene council had been read ~through, 16 2, 1 | distinguish ~it from the other council, A.D. 451, known as the " 17 2, 1 | repeated in the acts of the council ~of Chalcedon (P. ii, Act. 18 2, 1 | was drawn us by a general council. Now such ~a council cannot 19 2, 1 | general council. Now such ~a council cannot be convoked otherwise 20 2, 1 | as to convoke a general ~council and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 1 | prohibition and sentence of the council was intended ~for private 22 2, 1 | decision of the general council did not take away from a ~ 23 2, 1 | away from a ~subsequent council the power of drawing up 24 2, 1 | explicitness. For every council has taken into account that 25 2, 1 | account that a subsequent ~council would expound matters more 26 2, 1 | fully than the preceding council, if ~this became necessary 27 2, 1 | by whose authority the council is ~convoked, and its decision 28 2, 12 | contrary, Gregory VII says (Council, Roman V): "Holding to the ~ 29 2, 35 | Pharisees, cried out in the council: "Men brethren, I am a ~ 30 2, 37 | Further, Pope Urban II [*Council of Piacenza, cap. x; cf. 31 2, 63 | soul's welfare: since the council of Nicea [*P. I, sect. ~ 32 2, 84 | to a decree of the sixth council [*Can. Trullan, xxiii], 33 2, 98 | the holding of the General Council ~[*Fourth Lateran Council, 34 2, 98 | Council ~[*Fourth Lateran Council, A.D. 1215, held by Innocent 35 2, 98 | this took place before the ~Council, they must be placed in 36 2, 98 | whether before or after the Council, then after quitting they ~ 37 2, 142 | from the presence of ~the council, rejoicing that they were 38 2, 145 | ordinances of bishops in council, nor sanctioned by the custom 39 2, 145 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Council of Chalons [*The quotation 40 2, 152 | for it was enacted in the ~council of Meaux: "We decree that 41 2, 152 | As to the decree of the council in question, it was made 42 2, 156 | there, namely judgment, council, and hell-fire, signify 43 2, 156 | shall be in ~danger of the council, and whosoever shall say" 44 2, 156 | defense": in the second case "council" is ~assigned, "whereby 45 2, 185 | in an ordinance of the Council of Nicea (cf. XVI, qu. i, ~ 46 2, 185 | Again, this ordinance of the Council of Nicea forbids monks ~ 47 3, 2 | quoted in the acts of the Council of ~Chalcedon, part ii, 48 3, 2 | quoted in the acts of the Council of Chalcedon, part ii, act. 49 3, 2 | in the declaration of the Council of ~Chalcedon: "We confess 50 3, 2 | condemned both in the Fifth Council held at ~Constantinople, 51 3, 2 | with the approval of the Council of Ephesus (part iii, can. 52 3, 2 | with the approval of the Council of Ephesus (part iii, can. 53 3, 2 | honor. ~Hence the fifth Council (Constantinople II, coll. 54 3, 2 | hypostasis. Hence in the fifth Council (Constantinople II, ~coll. 55 3, 3 | to it: Hence Cyril says [*Council of Ephesus, Part I, ch. 56 3, 4 | which is ~quoted by the Council of Ephesus: "We believe 57 3, 5 | sublimity. Hence in the General Council of ~Ephesus (P. II, Act. 58 3, 9 | 5]). And hence the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council of Constantinople, 59 3, 9 | the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council of Constantinople, Act. 60 3, 13 | was approved in the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council of Constantinople, 61 3, 13 | the Sixth Council [*Third ~Council of Constantinople, Act. 62 3, 16 | let him be ~anathema" [*Council of Ephesus, Part I, ch. 63 3, 16 | man. Hence Cyril says [*Council of Ephesus, Part I, ch. 64 3, 16 | Hence in a discourse of ~the Council of Ephesus [*Part III, ch. 65 3, 18 | of ~Pope Agatho [*Third Council of Constantinople, Act. 66 3, 18 | 2~And hence in the sixth Council held at Constantinople [* 67 3, 18 | the decisions of the Sixth Council [*Third Council ~of Constantinople, 68 3, 18 | the Sixth Council [*Third Council ~of Constantinople, Act. 69 3, 19 | in body. Hence the Sixth Council ~[*Third Council of Constantinople, 70 3, 19 | the Sixth Council ~[*Third Council of Constantinople, Act. 71 3, 19 | with ~reason that the Sixth Council (Act. 18) condemned this 72 3, 20 | synodal letter which the Council of Ephesus (Part I, ch. 73 3, 20 | Nestorius it is said in the ~Council of Ephesus (Part III, ch. 74 3, 22 | and God. Wherefore in the Council of ~Ephesus [*Part III, 75 3, 22 | read in the acts of the Council of Ephesus [*Part ~III, 76 3, 25 | the chapters of the Fifth Council [*Second ~Council of Constantinople, 77 3, 25 | Fifth Council [*Second ~Council of Constantinople, coll. 78 3, 25 | the chapters of Cyril [*Council of Ephesus, Part I, ch. 79 3, 28 | contrary, In a sermon of the Council of Ephesus (P. III, Cap. 80 3, 28 | Whence in the ~sermon of the Council of Ephesus (quoted above) 81 3, 35 | of Cyril, approved in the Council of ~Ephesus (P. 1, Cap. 82 3, 35 | According to a sermon in the Council of Ephesus [*P. iii, ~cap. 83 3, 40 | Hence in a sermon ~of the Council of Ephesus (P. iii, c. ix) 84 3, 46 | said in a sermon of the Council of Ephesus [*P. iii, ~cap. 85 3, 47 | sermon delivered in the Council of ~Ephesus (P. iii, cap. 86 3, 51 | a discourse made at the Council of Ephesus ~[*P. iii, cap. 87 3, 51 | another discourse of the ~same Council [*P. iii, cap. 10]: "God 88 3, 65 | Manasses, which, before the Council of Trent, was to ~be found 89 3, 66 | be made, by the (fourth) council of Toledo, ~in the acts 90 3, 66 | Further, it was decreed in the Council of Nicaea (Can. xix) that ~ 91 3, 67 | read in the acts of ~the Council of Carthage (iv): "However 92 3, 67 | the authority of a sacred council such ~as suffices for so 93 3, 67 | as was decreed in the Council of Mainz, although an unbaptized 94 3, 68 | read in the decrees of the Council of Agde (Can. ~xxxiv): " 95 3, 68 | Dist. xlv), quoting the ~council of Toledo: "In regard to 96 3, 72 | Wherefore was it decreed in the Council of Orleans (Can. iii) that " 97 3, 72 | seems unfitting for the Council of Orleans ~to declare that " 98 3, 72 | should be fasting"; and ~the Council of Meaux, "that bishops 99 3, 72 | read in the decree of the Council of Meaux. And ~therefore, 100 3, 72 | According to the acts of the Council of Pope Martin, "it ~was 101 3, 74 | what we read in the Sixth ~Council (Trull., Can. 28): "We have 102 3, 80 | death. Hence in the (3rd) Council of Carthage ~(Can. xxxv) 103 3, 80 | Further, we read in the (3rd) Council of Carthage (Can. xxix): ~" 104 3, 80 | contrary, We read in the First Council of Orange, (Canon 13); and ~ 105 3, 80 | the ~acts of the Fourth Council of Carthage (Canon 76). 106 3, 80 | relaxed, ~Pope Fabian (Third Council of Tours, Canon 1) gave 107 3, 80 | Soter likewise ~(Second Council of Chalon, Canon xlvii) 108 3, 80 | hence Pope ~Fabian (Third Council of Tours, Canon 1) after 109 3, 80 | we read in the (Twelfth) Council of Toledo, "What kind ~of 110 3, 82 | the acts of the (Twelfth) Council of Toledo ~(Can. v), and 111 3, 82 | mentioned above (Twelfth Council of Toledo, Can. v): "What 112 3, 83 | following words quoted from the Council ~of Nicaea: "Churches which 113 3, 83 | decree of the ~(Seventh) Council of Toledo: "We consider 114 3, 83 | as is laid down by the Council of Toledo, quoted above ( 115 3, 83 | decree of ~the (Fourth) Council of Arles: "They who do not 116 3, 89 | the canons framed at the council of ~Nicaea exclude penitents 117 3, 89 | 52), and taken ~from the council of Lerida: "If those who 118 3, 89 | read in the acts of the council of Agde: "Contumacious ~ 119 3, 89 | Distinction (OBJ[3]), quoting the ~council of Pope Martin [*Martin, 120 Suppl, 6 | laid down in the general ~council (Lateran iv, Can. 21) under 121 Suppl, 8 | III in the Fourth ~Lateran Council (Can. 21), who appointed " 122 Suppl, 39| them [*See Acts of ~the Council of Trent: De Reform., Sess. 123 Suppl, 40| contrary, We read in the council of Constantinople: "In ~ 124 Suppl, 45| declared invalid by the Council ~of Trent (sess. xxiv). 125 Suppl, 64| ordinance, such as that of the Council of Lerida, which ~decision 126 Suppl, 73| they were summoned to the council, stirred to the battle, 127 Suppl, 73| will be summoned to the ~council of judgment, to the battle


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