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division 304
divisions 11
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divorce 119
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120 mysteries
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119 divorce
119 notional
119 occurs
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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divorce

    Part, Question
1 2, 102 | allowable to give a bill of divorce, which is contrary to ~the 2 2, 105 | away, by writing a bill ~of divorce; and besides, that he could 3 2, 105 | should write a bill of divorce and send her away (Dt. 24: 4 2, 107 | him give ~her a bill of divorce. But I say to you that whosoever 5 2, 107 | excessive eagerness for ~divorce might cease through being 6 2, 107 | his wife without a bill of divorce, while the New Law forbade 7 2, 107 | while the New Law forbade divorce ~altogether; as is clearly 8 2, 108 | in themselves: namely, ~divorce of a wife, and the taking 9 2, 108 | Our ~Lord forbade a man to divorce his wife (Mt. 5:32); and 10 3, 29 | sacrament, since there was no divorce. Carnal intercourse alone ~ 11 Suppl, 55| should always be dissolved by divorce?~(10) Whether the process 12 Suppl, 55| always to be annulled by ~divorce. For "what God hath joined 13 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: To divorce a wife is contrary to the 14 Suppl, 59| lawful for an unbeliever to divorce his wife. Hence ~if he be 15 Suppl, 59| contrary to the natural law to divorce one's wife. ~Now there was 16 Suppl, 59| free to ~give a bill of divorce to his adulterous wife, 17 Suppl, 62| given ~his wife a bill of divorce and she has married again; 18 Suppl, 62| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Divorce on account of fornication 19 Suppl, 62| guilty of the same ~crime, a divorce cannot be pronounced when 20 Suppl, 62| fornication, are not motives for a divorce. Since, ~however, unbelief 21 Suppl, 62| it is also a motive for divorce, yet not in the same way ~ 22 Suppl, 62| take steps for procuring a divorce ~on account of one act of 23 Suppl, 62| may be taken to procure a divorce on account also of ~the 24 Suppl, 62| may privately pronounce a divorce without the ~judgment of 25 Suppl, 62| debt, which pertains to a divorce, ought to precede the judgment ~ 26 Suppl, 62| Job 24:15). ~Therefore the divorce in question ought not to 27 Suppl, 62| putting away is called a divorce: and consequently ~it must 28 Suppl, 62| must be admitted that a divorce cannot be pronounced except 29 Suppl, 62| sentence at law was not only divorce but also stoning, but not 30 Suppl, 62| 1/1~Whether in a case of divorce husband and wife should 31 Suppl, 62| seem that, in a case of divorce, husband and wife ought ~ 32 Suppl, 62| par with each other. For divorce under the New Law ~takes 33 Suppl, 62| takes the place of the divorce [repudium] recognized by 34 Suppl, 62| versa." Therefore neither in divorce ought they to be judged 35 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, divorce is prescribed in order to 36 Suppl, 62| other for the purpose of divorce, ~but the husband ought 37 Suppl, 62| spared in the punishment of divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 38 Suppl, 62| answer that, In a case of divorce husband and wife are judged 39 Suppl, 62| things, since the reason for divorce is ~greater in one spouse 40 Suppl, 62| is sufficient ~reason for divorce in both. For divorce is 41 Suppl, 62| for divorce in both. For divorce is a punishment of adultery, 42 Suppl, 62| a sufficient reason for divorce. ~But as regards the good 43 Suppl, 62| is a greater reason ~for divorce in the wife than in the 44 Suppl, 62| OBJ 1: The only reason why divorce was permitted, was to avoid ~ 45 Suppl, 62| away his wife by a bill of divorce, but not ~"vice versa."~ 46 Suppl, 62| there is more reason for ~divorce in an adulterous wife than 47 Suppl, 62| reason it is an occasion for ~divorce, the woman sins more grievously 48 Suppl, 62| marry again after having a divorce?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 49 Suppl, 62| marry again after having a ~divorce. For no one is bound to 50 Suppl, 62| from both ~obligations by divorce. Therefore "she is loosed 51 Suppl, 62| marriage tie, which neither divorce nor union with ~another 52 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 3: Although after divorce the wife is not bound to 53 Suppl, 62| witnesses in pronouncing the ~divorce; for in that case, even 54 Suppl, 62| committed adultery after the divorce. But in this case the wife 55 Suppl, 62| be reconciled, since the divorce has been justly ~pronounced. 56 Suppl, 62| sentence of the Church, the ~divorce would seem to have been 57 Suppl, 62| reconciliation allowable ~when the divorce has been granted justly.~ 58 Suppl, 62| reconciled to her ~after divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 59 Suppl, 62| repenting of her sin ~after the divorce, her husband may become 60 Suppl, 62| Church in pronouncing the divorce did ~not bind them to separate, 61 Suppl, 62| prejudice. Wherefore since the divorce has been granted in favor 62 Suppl, 62| committed adultery after the divorce. But according to ~equity, 63 Suppl, 62| husband sins by seeking a divorce, and ~if, after the sentence 64 Suppl, 62| if, after the sentence of divorce, his wife asks for the marriage 65 Suppl, 64| bigamy; (4) the bill of divorce; (5) illegitimate children.~ 66 Suppl, 65| dispensation to ~grant a bill of divorce in order to avoid wife-murder ( 67 Suppl, 67| Para. 1/1 - OF THE BILL OF DIVORCE (SEVEN ARTICLES)~We must 68 Suppl, 67| now consider the bill of divorce, under which head there 69 Suppl, 67| 6) Whether the cause of divorce was hatred of the wife?~( 70 Suppl, 67| Whether the reasons for divorce had to be written on the 71 Suppl, 67| stated above. But since divorce is more directly ~incompatible 72 Suppl, 67| receive a dispensation to divorce his wife. Neither, ~therefore, 73 Suppl, 67| Whether it was lawful to divorce a wife under the Mosaic 74 Suppl, 67| seem that it was lawful to divorce a wife under the ~Mosaic 75 Suppl, 67| 12), it would seem that divorce was at one time lawful.~ 76 Suppl, 67| was not always unlawful to divorce a wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 77 Suppl, 67| Moses allowed the bill of divorce. But second ~marriages are 78 Suppl, 67| under the ~Mosaic law to divorce a wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 79 Suppl, 67| granted the ~Jews the bill of divorce by reason of the hardness 80 Suppl, 67| the law about the bill of divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 81 Suppl, 67| by granting the ~bill of divorce, did not indicate the justice 82 Suppl, 67| after giving them a bill of ~divorce, were not excused from sin, 83 Suppl, 67| have permitted the bill of divorce. ~Accordingly they reckon 84 Suppl, 67| in this way the bill of ~divorce was permitted in the Law, 85 Suppl, 67| the Lawgiver by permitting divorce removed the guilt ~from 86 Suppl, 67| did not forbid the bill of divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 87 Suppl, 67| from the sin." For ~though divorce remained inordinate, for 88 Suppl, 67| John Chrysostom] that "divorce was ~permitted, an evil 89 Suppl, 67| understand by this only that divorce incurred the debt of temporal ~ 90 Suppl, 67| another husband. For in divorce the husband did a greater 91 Suppl, 67| custom for a wife after divorce to marry ~another husband: " 92 Suppl, 67| dispensation for a husband ~to divorce his wife, so could the wife 93 Suppl, 67| so is it in the matter of divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 94 Suppl, 67| killing ~his wife unless he divorce her; "and because he divorces 95 Suppl, 67| But for the ~husband to divorce his wife was ill done. Therefore 96 Suppl, 67| law concerning the bill of divorce two things were ~permitted, 97 Suppl, 67| namely that the bill of divorce should be written, and secondly 98 Suppl, 67| might not ~be too ready to divorce his wife if he could nowise 99 Suppl, 67| 1~Whether the reason for divorce was hatred for the wife?~ 100 Suppl, 67| seem that the reason for divorce was hatred for the ~wife. 101 Suppl, 67| to have been reasons for ~divorce rather than hatred.~Aquin.: 102 Suppl, 67| a ~sufficient reason for divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 103 Suppl, 67| permission being given to divorce a wife was the avoidance 104 Suppl, 67| the ~proximate cause of divorce was hatred. But hatred proceeds, 105 Suppl, 67| Wherefore we must assign to divorce certain remote causes ~which 106 Suppl, 67| that it was not lawful to divorce a wife except ~for some 107 Suppl, 67| they are remote causes of divorce.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 108 Suppl, 67| 1~Whether the causes of divorce had to be written in the 109 Suppl, 67| seem that the causes of divorce had to be written in the ~ 110 Suppl, 67| by ~the written bill of divorce. But this would seem altogether 111 Suppl, 67| causes were alleged for a divorce. Therefore it was ~necessary 112 Suppl, 67| to show the ~causes for divorce. Therefore, if they were 113 Suppl, 67| contrary, The causes for divorce were either sufficient or 114 Suppl, 67| were insufficient, the ~divorce was proved to be unjust, 115 Suppl, 67| Therefore the causes for divorce were by no means particularized 116 Suppl, 67| answer that, The causes for divorce were not particularized 117 Suppl, 67| prove the justice of ~the divorce. According to Josephus ( 118 Suppl, 67| having the written bill of divorce, might take another ~husband, 119 Suppl, 67| refrain from his purpose of ~divorce. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[


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