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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 2, 98 | Jewish ritual and to ~the observances of the Law: for it is written ( 2 2, 98 | strangers to the ~legal observances according to Divine ordinance, 3 2, 98 | bound to certain special observances, to which ~other peoples 4 2, 98 | more ~securely under the observances of the Law than under the 5 2, 101 | make use of certain special observances. Consequently such are ~ 6 2, 101 | things, sacraments, and observances?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 7 2, 101 | things, sacraments, and observances." ~For the ceremonies of 8 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "observances" are so called from having 9 2, 101 | ceremonies." Therefore the "observances" should not be considered 10 2, 101 | Levites." And ~again of the observances it is written (3 Kgs. 9: 11 2, 101 | and to this pertain the ~"observances," for instance, in matters 12 2, 101 | the New Law; while ~their observances foreshadowed the mode of 13 2, 101 | the common designation of ~observances, in so far as they fell 14 2, 102 | things;~(6) The causes of the observances.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 15 2, 102 | Old Law as to the ~carnal observances, by substituting decrees, 16 2, 102 | based on reason." But if the observances of the Old Law were ~based 17 2, 102 | reason for the ~ceremonial observances of the Old Law.~Aquin.: 18 2, 102 | there was no reason for the observances of ~the Old Law, in the 19 2, 102 | worship should not be like the observances of ~idolaters: since it 20 2, 102 | admitted to any of the legal observances - and for the priests, by ~ 21 2, 102 | cause for the ceremonial observances?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 22 2, 102 | cause for the ~ceremonial observances. Because, as the Apostle 23 2, 102 | we may gather that ~these observances were instituted by God to 24 2, 102 | Consequently the reasons for these observances may be taken in ~two ways, 25 2, 103 | belongs to ~the ceremonies of observances, as stated above (Q[100], 26 2, 103 | justify without the legal observances. On the other ~hand, there 27 2, 104 | concern man himself, such as observances in matter of food and apparel, ~ 28 2, 104 | sacrifices," others as "observances." But the Law contains no 29 2, 107 | Law voids or excludes the ~observances of the Old Law: for the 30 2, 107 | to fulfil the other legal observances, which were binding for 31 2, 108 | just as there were certain observances ~pertaining to God's ministers, 32 2, 108 | also were there certain observances ~pertaining to the people: 33 2, 108 | in the ~New Law certain observances seem to have been prescribed 34 2, 108 | 9,10. Therefore certain observances pertaining to the ~faithful 35 2, 108 | precepts not as ceremonial ~observances, but as moral statutes: 36 2, 11 | the cessation of the legal observances: and yet this was ~without 37 2, 21 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: In those observances to which man is bound as 38 2, 21 | kind of principle of all ~observances connected with reverence 39 2, 79 | themselves by certain vows and observances, and to ~obedience to certain 40 2, 84 | Reply OBJ 1: The ceremonial observances were properly speaking signs 41 2, 85 | more bound to the ~legal observances than before the Law. But 42 2, 86 | one should ~have his own observances, and because the burden 43 2, 90 | human occurrences, or by the observances of certain human actions.~ 44 2, 90 | superstition of certain "observances."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[92] A[ 45 2, 90 | Divinations and certain observances come under the head of ~ 46 2, 90 | religion as ~applied to human observances," as the gloss goes on to 47 2, 91 | of the superstition of observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] Out. 48 2, 91 | been preached the legal ~observances became deadly," and yet 49 2, 91 | became deadly," and yet these observances belonged to the ~worship 50 2, 91 | superstition is "the use of human observances under the name of ~religion."~ 51 2, 93 | divination by auguries and like observances;~(8) Of divination by lots.~ 52 2, 93 | nothing unlawful in the observances which ~the Scriptures relate 53 2, 94 | 1/1 - OF SUPERSTITION IN OBSERVANCES (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 54 2, 94 | consider superstition in observances, under which head there ~ 55 2, 94 | points of inquiry:~(1) Of observances for acquiring knowledge, 56 2, 94 | by the ~magic art;~(2) Of observances for causing alterations 57 2, 94 | in certain bodies;~(3) Of observances practiced in fortune-telling;~( 58 2, 94 | unlawful to practice the observances of the magic art?~Aquin.: 59 2, 94 | unlawful to practice the observances ~of the magic art. A thing 60 2, 94 | sake of vainglory. Now the observances of the magic art are not 61 2, 94 | unlawful to practice these ~observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 62 2, 94 | book, and ~wisdom." Now the observances of the magic art consist 63 2, 94 | demons' help. Now through the observances of ~the magic art, knowledge 64 2, 94 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether observances directed to the alteration 65 2, 94 | OBJ 1: It would seem that observances directed to the alteration 66 2, 94 | words, or any other vain ~observances which clearly have no efficacy 67 2, 94 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether observances directed to the purpose 68 2, 94 | OBJ 1: It would seem that observances directed to the purpose 69 2, 94 | that "a ~thousand vain observances are comprised under the 70 2, 94 | Men attend to all these observances, not as causes but as ~signs 71 2, 94 | is evident that all these observances are superstitious ~and unlawful: 72 2, 94 | another: except that these observances are devoid of reason and 73 2, 94 | not apply to this kind of ~observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 74 2, 94 | degree of ~truth in these observances is due to chance. But afterwards 75 2, 94 | to entangle his mind with observances of this kind, many things ~ 76 2, 94 | being entangled in these observances, become yet more ~curious, 77 2, 94 | not lawful to make use of observances or incantations, other than 78 2, 94 | often include unlawful observances, and rely on the demons 79 2, 99 | not break to ~fulfil the observances of religion. Now in accordance 80 2, 99 | in accordance with those ~observances they are hindered from supporting 81 2, 120 | sacrifices, sacraments and observances," as stated above (FS, ~ 82 2, 120 | omit ~all other ceremonial observances and to mention only that 83 2, 120 | Old Law some who broke the observances of the Sabbath did not ~ 84 2, 145 | hindered by a great number of observances no less than ~by a great 85 2, 145 | here of the fasts of the observances of the Old ~Law. Wherefore 86 2, 145 | be ~held back by the old observances, since they were to be filled 87 2, 152 | not mortal sin in these observances, ~according to 1 Tim. 4: 88 2, 183 | are ~bound to religious observances?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 89 2, 183 | are bound to religious ~observances?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 90 2, 183 | not bound to religious observances. For it is said (XVIII, 91 2, 183 | bishop." Now the regular observances pertain to the yoke of the ~ 92 2, 183 | not bound to ~religious observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 93 2, 183 | bound to other ~regular observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 94 2, 183 | there be among religious observances ~any that instead of being 95 2, 183 | bound to keep such religious observances ~as may be incompatible 96 2, 184 | OBJ 2: All other religious observances are directed to the three ~ 97 2, 184 | livelihood by these means. Other observances whereby the body is ~chastised, 98 2, 184 | continence. And such religious ~observances as regard human actions 99 2, 184 | account of its multitude ~of observances. Therefore not every transgression 100 2, 184 | practice, such as all external observances, to some of which a ~religious 101 2, 186 | letter" ~and other carnal observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 102 2, 186 | watchings, and all ~such observances.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 103 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 3: Strictness of observances, as the Blessed Antony remarks ~( 104 2, 186 | through having stricter observances, but ~because its observances 105 2, 186 | observances, but ~because its observances are directed by greater 106 2, 187 | and keep other ~difficult observances. Many, like the heretics 107 2, 187 | perfect charity ~by religious observances; and these obstacles are 108 2, 187 | Hence it is evident that the observances of the ~religious state, 109 2, 187 | are ~removed by religious observances, as stated above (Q[186], 110 2, 187 | the discretion whereby the observances ~are proportionate to the 111 2, 187 | lawful to keep the legal observances, in so far as he whom they 112 2, 187 | nor keep other religious observances; ~and in signification of 113 3, 37 | AND OF THE OTHER LEGAL OBSERVANCES ACCOMPLISHED IN REGARD TO 114 3, 37 | inquire about the other ~legal observances accomplished in regard to 115 3, 46 | Scriptures and prefigured in the observances of the Old Testament, ~had 116 3, 74 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, legal observances ought not to be continued 117 3, 74 | Nazarenes, who mixed up legal observances with the Gospel.~Aquin.: 118 Suppl, 64| be intent on the sacred observances of the New Law.~Aquin.: 119 Suppl, 65| that of other ceremonial ~observances, because in both cases there 120 Suppl, 71| Therefore such like burial observances profit the dead.~Aquin.:


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