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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ecclesiastical

    Part, Question
1 1, 105 | superior ~angel. For the ecclesiastical hierarchy is derived from, 2 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The ecclesiastical hierarchy imitates the heavenly 3 1, 105 | inferiors, whereas in the ecclesiastical hierarchy, ~sometimes those 4 1, 107 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the ecclesiastical hierarchy the orders are ~ 5 1, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the ecclesiastical hierarchy is copied from 6 2, 13 | posts, whether secular or ~ecclesiastical, by those who exercise no 7 2, 111 | of the Church, which is ecclesiastical order, whereas ~sanctifying 8 2, 11 | possessions, good ~repute, ecclesiastical or secular dignity, for 9 2, 11 | dispensation, restores them to the ecclesiastical dignities ~which they may 10 2, 30 | Ambrosiaster. Cf. Index to ecclesiastical ~authorities quoted by St. 11 2, 31 | judge, whether secular or ecclesiastical, can bind a ~man under oath 12 2, 37 | opposed to the ~unity of ecclesiastical charity. Wherefore just 13 2, 37 | the multitude, namely, ~ecclesiastical unity, whereas unbelief 14 2, 37 | whereas schism is opposed to ecclesiastical unity, which is a ~participated 15 2, 37 | like manner the good ~of ecclesiastical unity, to which schism is 16 2, 38 | these trials are deprived of ecclesiastical burial. Therefore it seems ~ 17 2, 40 | of the multitude, viz. ~ecclesiastical unity, whereas sedition 18 2, 61 | chosen for a position of ecclesiastical authority: ~wherefore consideration 19 2, 61 | persons if a man confers ecclesiastical dignity or benefice on account 20 2, 61 | is ~rendered worthy of an ecclesiastical benefice. Yet this apparently 21 2, 61 | apparently is not ~a sin, for ecclesiastical prelates are wont to do 22 2, 61 | spiritual goods, whereof the ecclesiastical superior is not the owner, ~ 23 2, 62 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Ecclesiastical prelates accept the office 24 2, 85 | have possessions not only ecclesiastical, ~but sometimes also patrimonial: 25 2, 85 | or that one church has ecclesiastical ~property on the territory 26 2, 85 | as such, i.e. as having ecclesiastical property, are not ~bound 27 2, 86 | vow. Consequently when an ~ecclesiastical superior dispenses someone 28 2, 86 | to any other use. For no ~ecclesiastical prelate can make that which 29 2, 87 | against ~God, and he be in ecclesiastical orders, let him be degraded."~ 30 2, 87 | administration of things ~ecclesiastical. Thus it is competent to 31 2, 87 | Nullus): "Let no one in ecclesiastical ~orders dare to swear on 32 2, 91 | authority, and according to ecclesiastical custom. Hence ~Ambrose [* 33 2, 93 | to the drawing of lots in ecclesiastical elections, which should ~ 34 2, 98 | authority quoted (OBJ[1]). Now ~ecclesiastical superiors are not owners, 35 2, 98 | or ~agency of prebends or ecclesiastical benefices to be made by 36 2, 98 | for a bishopric or a like ecclesiastical ~dignity.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 98 | the divine praises in ~the ecclesiastical office, and make processions: 38 2, 98 | and are in receipt of an ~ecclesiastical benefice for so doing, are 39 2, 98 | or a prebend, or anything ecclesiastical."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 40 2, 98 | presentation of clerics to ecclesiastical benefices; and sacred vessels, ~ 41 2, 98 | seems lawful to ~confer ecclesiastical benefices for services received.~ 42 2, 98 | 2: Further, to confer an ecclesiastical benefice for service ~received 43 2, 98 | denotes the ~conferring of an ecclesiastical benefice at some person' 44 2, 98 | Whoever grants or acquires ecclesiastical things, not for the purpose ~ 45 2, 98 | he becomes worthy of an ecclesiastical benefice by reason of ~the 46 2, 98 | to present a person to an ecclesiastical benefice with the understanding ~ 47 2, 98 | lawfully seek for ~oneself an ecclesiastical benefice without the cure 48 2, 98 | person ~who has acquired an ecclesiastical benefice by simony, were 49 2, 98 | receives Orders or an ~ecclesiastical benefice simoniacally, not 50 2, 98 | as regards the external ecclesiastical punishment he is not punished ~ 51 2, 109 | or that he may obtain ~ecclesiastical preferment, though unworthy, 52 2, 145 | affairs, so it belongs to ecclesiastical superiors to prescribe ~ 53 2, 145 | positive law established by ecclesiastical ~authority: the latter is 54 2, 166 | are ~incompatible with the ecclesiastical rule; since how can we have 55 2, 181 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, even ecclesiastical orders, states, and grades 56 2, 181 | distinction regards the ~order of ecclesiastical beauty: and thus we distinguish 57 2, 181 | the case of a bishop. The ecclesiastical orders are ~particularly 58 2, 182 | regards the distinctions of ecclesiastical ~states, a man does not 59 2, 182 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether all ecclesiastical prelates are in the state 60 2, 182 | It would seem that all ecclesiastical prelates are in a state 61 2, 183 | mortally by not distributing ecclesiastical goods ~to the poor?~(8) 62 2, 183 | a ~secular abuse of his ecclesiastical authority, by turning it 63 2, 183 | standing be referred to ecclesiastical ~honors, we must not deem 64 2, 183 | distribute not to the poor the ~ecclesiastical goods which accrue to them?~ 65 2, 183 | distribute not to ~the poor the ecclesiastical goods which they acquire. 66 2, 183 | your house," says that "ecclesiastical goods belong to the poor." 67 2, 183 | friends, their surplus ~of ecclesiastical goods, it would seem that 68 2, 183 | poor the surplus of their ~ecclesiastical goods.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 69 2, 183 | bishops may possess, and of ecclesiastical goods. For they have real ~ 70 2, 183 | the other hand, they hold ecclesiastical goods as dispensers or ~ 71 2, 183 | found faithful." Moreover ecclesiastical goods are to be applied 72 2, 183 | pain of suspension, for the ecclesiastical fabric, ~and for the benefit 73 2, 183 | the ministers, or ~for the ecclesiastical worship, and if the bishop 74 2, 183 | administration not ~only of ecclesiastical things but also of any goods 75 2, 183 | administration of things ecclesiastical, and this ends with his ~ 76 2, 185 | 1): "No man can fulfil ~ecclesiastical duties, and keep consistently 77 2, 185 | that they ~cannot fulfil ecclesiastical duties, whereof teaching 78 2, 185 | namely, the ordinary ~cure of ecclesiastical duties, and the observance 79 2, 185 | sometimes occupied with ecclesiastical duties through being deputed ~ 80 2, 186 | purpose, as well as other ~ecclesiastical revenues. But if some men 81 3, 22 | Tract. xxvi in ~Joan.) ecclesiastical unity, which is established 82 3, 65 | belong to the actions of the ecclesiastical ~hierarchy, as Dionysius 83 3, 65 | are three actions of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, namely, "to cleanse, ~ 84 3, 67 | gather, from the names of the ecclesiastical orders, what belongs to ~ 85 3, 67 | he it is that confers the ecclesiastical orders, ~and blesses the 86 3, 67 | that ~is the sacrament of ecclesiastical unity, according to the 87 3, 67 | becomes a ~participator in ecclesiastical unity, wherefore also he 88 3, 72 | end of his treatise on the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy (chap. vii): " 89 3, 73 | meaning, namely, that of ~Ecclesiastical unity, in which men are 90 3, 75 | inasmuch as they denote ecclesiastical unity, as "one bread is 91 3, 78 | close of his book on the ecclesiastical ~hierarchy; their object 92 3, 80 | denounced as evil men by some ~ecclesiastical or civil tribunal. Therefore 93 3, 80 | named and convicted by some ecclesiastical ~or lay tribunal." Nevertheless 94 3, 82 | as the head of the whole ecclesiastical order.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 95 3, 82 | Eucharist is the sacrament of ecclesiastical unity, ~which is brought 96 3, 82 | those he recites in the ecclesiastical offices, wherein he ~takes 97 3, 82 | regard to others by any ecclesiastical sentence: ~consequently, 98 3, 89 | 2/5~By sin man loses his ecclesiastical dignity, because thereby 99 3, 89 | to the exercise of the ~ecclesiastical dignity. This he is debarred 100 Suppl, 8 | but on account of ~the Ecclesiastical precept (De Poenit. et Remiss., 101 Suppl, 11| the latter is unworthy of ecclesiastical ~preferment. Now everyone 102 Suppl, 11| is rendered unworthy of ecclesiastical preferment, by ~many other 103 Suppl, 17| and ~loosing, whereby "the ecclesiastical judge has to admit the worthy 104 Suppl, 17| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, an ecclesiastical judge is only one who has ~ 105 Suppl, 17| been ~no mention of the ecclesiastical judge in the definition 106 Suppl, 17| of the ~power, viz. the "ecclesiastical judge," and the act, viz. " 107 Suppl, 17| exercised - because the ecclesiastical judge, by means of ~the 108 Suppl, 19| authority over ~another by his ecclesiastical superiors. Consequently, 109 Suppl, 21| By excommunication the ecclesiastical judge excludes a ~man, in 110 Suppl, 21| be inflicted unjustly by ecclesiastical superiors.~ 111 Suppl, 29| orderly disposition of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, as regards the ~ 112 Suppl, 29| concerned the building of the ~ecclesiastical edifice. Hence they related 113 Suppl, 40| Christ the exemplar of all ecclesiastical ~offices. Wherefore each 114 Suppl, 40| these three orders to the ~ecclesiastical hierarchy, the bishop, the 115 Suppl, 47| there ~would be an end of ecclesiastical order, for unless a man 116 Suppl, 53| ordained person can have ecclesiastical benefices, ~and can enjoy 117 Suppl, 53| persons cannot have an ~ecclesiastical benefice, nor enjoy the 118 Suppl, 53| since the holding of an ~ecclesiastical benefice binds a man to 119 Suppl, 55| and derives its force from ecclesiastical institution ~by reason of 120 Suppl, 60| however cannot be made in an ~ecclesiastical court, because, as stated 121 Suppl, 60| may be awarded him by an ~ecclesiastical tribunal for the reason 122 Suppl, 71| since it is the sacrament of ecclesiastical unity, ~inasmuch as it contains 123 Suppl, 71| Eucharist is the sign of ecclesiastical unity, ~wherefore by reason


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