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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excommunicated

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1 2, 11 | of heresy, to be not only excommunicated but even put ~to death.~ 2 2, 11 | can. Notandum), "to be ~excommunicated is not to be uprooted." 3 2, 11 | to be uprooted." A man is excommunicated, as the ~Apostle says (1 4 2, 12 | an oath owe allegiance to excommunicated persons: and we ~absolutely 5 2, 12 | faith, like ~heretics, are excommunicated, according to the Decretal [* 6 2, 29 | one were to do good to an ~excommunicated person, since, by doing 7 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The excommunicated and the enemies of the common 8 2, 37 | that they ought not to be excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 9 2, 37 | schismatics is that they be ~excommunicated. Secondly, they refuse submission 10 2, 67 | another faith ~shall be excommunicated, whether his case be just 11 2, 87 | habit we wish ~that he be excommunicated." Therefore it is unlawful 12 2, 97 | public offices, ~"he must be excommunicated as being guilty of sacrilege." 13 2, 98 | past crime for which he was excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 14 2, 106 | multitude should not be excommunicated, nor should the sovereign." ~ 15 2, 106 | 2); and ~Pope Sylverius excommunicated those who sent him into 16 2, 148 | either give them up or be ~excommunicated; the same applies to the 17 3, 64 | suspended by the Church, or excommunicated ~or degraded, he does not 18 3, 82 | heretics, schismatics, or excommunicated, can ~perform this sacrament?~( 19 3, 82 | heretics, schismatics, and excommunicated persons can consecrate?~ 20 3, 82 | heretics, schismatics, and excommunicated persons ~are not able to 21 3, 82 | heretics, ~schismatics, and excommunicated persons are severed from 22 3, 82 | would lose no more than one ~excommunicated, who also lacks the use. 23 Suppl, 20| the case of those who are excommunicated when the inferior ~priest 24 Suppl, 20| through the latter being excommunicated ~by his superior. The third 25 Suppl, 20| for as long as a man is ~excommunicated, he cannot receive any sacrament 26 Suppl, 21| 3) communication with excommunicated persons; (4) ~absolution 27 Suppl, 21| Whether anyone should be excommunicated for inflicting temporal 28 Suppl, 21| Therefore she prays also for the excommunicated, since they are outside ~ 29 Suppl, 21| offered up for those who are excommunicated, but ~not among the prayers 30 Suppl, 21| since no ~man can be justly excommunicated except for a mortal sin, 31 Suppl, 21| charity, even without being excommunicated. An ~unjust excommunication 32 Suppl, 21| not profit those who are ~excommunicated. Nor can prayers be said 33 Suppl, 21| 5) ordered a man to be ~excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 34 Suppl, 21| taken away," not that the excommunicated person is withdrawn ~altogether 35 Suppl, 21| power ~of assaulting the excommunicated person, both spiritually 36 Suppl, 21| Whether anyone should be excommunicated for inflicting temporal 37 Suppl, 21| seem that no man should be excommunicated for inflicting ~a temporal 38 Suppl, 21| Therefore no man should be excommunicated ~for temporal injuries.~ 39 Suppl, 21| evil, if a man were to be excommunicated for doing such an injury. ~ 40 Suppl, 21| follows that no man should be ~excommunicated except for a mortal sin. 41 Suppl, 21| because the one who is excommunicated suffers ~justly, even if 42 Suppl, 21| effect, and the person excommunicated should humbly submit (which 43 Suppl, 21| from the person ~who has excommunicated him, or appeal to a higher 44 Suppl, 21| but not on the part of the excommunicated, as when a ~man is excommunicated 45 Suppl, 21| excommunicated, as when a ~man is excommunicated for a crime which he has 46 Suppl, 22| CAN EXCOMMUNICATE OR BE EXCOMMUNICATED (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 47 Suppl, 22| can excommunicate or be excommunicated. ~Under this head there 48 Suppl, 22| 3) Whether one who is excommunicated or suspended, can excommunicate?~( 49 Suppl, 22| Whether a multitude can be excommunicated?~(6) Whether one who is 50 Suppl, 22| Whether one who is already excommunicated can be excommunicated ~again?~ 51 Suppl, 22| already excommunicated can be excommunicated ~again?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 52 Suppl, 22| 1/1~Whether a man who is excommunicated or suspended can excommunicate ~ 53 Suppl, 22| would seem that one who is excommunicated or suspended can ~excommunicate 54 Suppl, 22| Therefore even one who is excommunicated or ~suspended can excommunicate.~ 55 Suppl, 22| fetters. Therefore one who is ~excommunicated cannot excommunicate another, 56 Suppl, 22| Consequently, since every excommunicated person is severed from the ~ 57 Suppl, 22| requires jurisdiction, an excommunicated person cannot ~excommunicate, 58 Suppl, 22| Reply OBJ 1: Although an excommunicated or suspended person does 59 Suppl, 22| born of women." Now ~Paul excommunicated an angel from heaven (Gal. 60 Suppl, 22| that case no one would be excommunicated, since no man ~has power 61 Suppl, 22| wickedness he ~should be excommunicated. Therefore a body of men 62 Suppl, 22| Therefore a body of men can be excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 63 Suppl, 22| a body of people can be ~excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 64 Suppl, 22| body of people cannot be excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 65 Suppl, 22| answer that, No man should be excommunicated except for a mortal sin. ~ 66 Suppl, 22| members of a ~community can be excommunicated, but not the community itself. 67 Suppl, 22| community should ~not be excommunicated, lest the wheat be uprooted 68 Suppl, 22| prayers of the ~Church, as the excommunicated are. Wherefore a man can 69 Suppl, 22| 1/1~Whether a man can be excommunicated who is already under sentence 70 Suppl, 22| excommunication cannot be excommunicated any further. For the Apostle ~ 71 Suppl, 22| without?" ~Now those who are excommunicated are already outside the 72 Suppl, 22| again. Therefore one who is excommunicated ~cannot be excommunicated 73 Suppl, 22| excommunicated ~cannot be excommunicated again~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] 74 Suppl, 22| excommunication, can ~be excommunicated again, either by a repetition 75 Suppl, 22| are causes for his being excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 76 Suppl, 22| and a man who has been excommunicated several times is further ~ 77 Suppl, 22| prayers than one who has been excommunicated only once.~ 78 Suppl, 23| OF COMMUNICATION WITH EXCOMMUNICATED PERSONS (THREE ARTICLES)~ 79 Suppl, 23| communication with those who are excommunicated. ~Under this head there 80 Suppl, 23| corporal with ~one who is excommunicated?~(2) Whether one who communicates 81 Suppl, 23| who communicates with an excommunicated person is ~excommunicated?~( 82 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person is ~excommunicated?~(3) Whether it is always 83 Suppl, 23| to communicate with an ~excommunicated person in matters not permitted 84 Suppl, 23| to communicate with an ~excommunicated person?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 85 Suppl, 23| to ~communicate with an excommunicated person. For excommunication 86 Suppl, 23| to communicate with an ~excommunicated person in corporal matters.~ 87 Suppl, 23| of such matters with an excommunicated person; and ~one may even 88 Suppl, 23| be in attendance on ~the excommunicated person, viz. his wife, child, 89 Suppl, 23| country of those who are excommunicated, for they are allowed to ~ 90 Suppl, 23| if anyone were to ~see an excommunicated person in distress: for 91 Suppl, 23| communicating with one who is ~excommunicated?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 92 Suppl, 23| communicating with one who is excommunicated. For a heathen or a Jew 93 Suppl, 23| Church than a person who is excommunicated. But ~one does not incur 94 Suppl, 23| for communicating with an ~excommunicated Christian.~Aquin.: SMT XP 95 Suppl, 23| for communicating with ~an excommunicated person, for the same reason 96 Suppl, 23| communicating with one who is excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 97 Suppl, 23| 1/1~On the contrary, An excommunicated person is banished from 98 Suppl, 23| and hence he seems to be excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 99 Suppl, 23| sin to communicate with an excommunicated ~person in other cases than 100 Suppl, 23| hold communion ~with an excommunicated person in other cases than 101 Suppl, 23| hold ~communion with an excommunicated person, since one ought 102 Suppl, 23| to hold communion with an excommunicated person. ~Therefore, etc.~ 103 Suppl, 23| hold communion with an ~excommunicated person. Therefore it is 104 Suppl, 23| communion ~with one who is excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 105 Suppl, 23| holds communion with an ~excommunicated person, outside those cases 106 Suppl, 23| hold communion with an ~excommunicated person, save in those cases 107 Suppl, 23| holding communion with an ~excommunicated person. Therefore it is 108 Suppl, 23| communion ~with one who is excommunicated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 109 Suppl, 23| communion with those who are excommunicated. Therefore it is not a mortal ~ 110 Suppl, 23| holding communion with an excommunicated person is not that ~which 111 Suppl, 23| hold ~communion with an excommunicated person, by word or in any 112 Suppl, 23| just a slight word to an ~excommunicated person, and that by excommunicating 113 Suppl, 23| communion with one who ~is excommunicated, yet to do so obstinately 114 Suppl, 23| this ~reason one may be excommunicated according to the law.~ 115 Suppl, 24| those whom the Pope has ~excommunicated by name; the fifth is the 116 Suppl, 24| in ~a crime of one who is excommunicated. For he should not be absolved ~ 117 Suppl, 24| except by the person who excommunicated him, even though he be not ~ 118 Suppl, 24| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As an excommunicated person has no share in the 119 Suppl, 24| just as a person ~can be excommunicated against his will, so can 120 Suppl, 24| count only, whereas he was excommunicated under several. On the other ~ 121 Suppl, 49| Further, no one should be excommunicated except for a mortal sin. ~ 122 Suppl, 49| that man deserves to ~be excommunicated for this sin, but because 123 Suppl, 55| uncontested, the defendant may be ~excommunicated if contumacious; that hearsay 124 Suppl, 60| with his wife he is not excommunicated. ~Therefore it would seem


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