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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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grant

    Part, Question
1 1, 36 | order to the Son. For they grant that the Holy Ghost ~is 2 1, 36 | many. Therefore we cannot grant ~that the Father and the 3 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We can grant, without distinction, that 4 1, 41 | the Father; but we cannot grant that the Son has the power ~" 5 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We can grant, without distinction, that 6 1, 41 | the Father; but we cannot grant that the Son has the power ~" 7 1, 92 | God than man is, we must grant that, absolutely speaking, ~ 8 1, 103 | Reply OBJ 2: God cannot grant to a creature to be preserved 9 2, 68 | theological virtue; and such we grant to be ~more perfect than 10 2, 82 | supposing God were to grant to a man to feel no inordinate 11 2, 93 | 2~The third objection we grant, because it deals with those 12 2, 97 | rulers of a community ~cannot grant such dispensations, since 13 2, 97 | observed. If however he grant this permission without 14 2, 105 | man to ~whom they might grant a loan, either by exacting 15 2, 37 | nor excommunicate, nor ~grant indulgence, nor do anything 16 2, 59 | it to its ~owner. If he grant the use of a thing gratuitously, 17 2, 60 | person who is empowered to ~grant the use of the thing.~Aquin.: 18 2, 60 | he owes compensation to grant him a remission or a respite.~ 19 2, 69 | what he is ~not bound to grant. Now it is evident that 20 2, 76 | time, or vice versa, he may grant the use of ~the house, while 21 2, 76 | to ~bind the borrower to grant him a loan at some future 22 2, 81 | else but that they should grant us good things, because 23 2, 81 | says: "He never refuses to grant our prayers, since in His 24 2, 81 | thanksgiving; the words, "grant, we beseech ~Thee," belong 25 2, 86 | OBJ 2: Further, no man can grant a dispensation in matters 26 2, 86 | therefore, can any one grant a dispensation ~from a vow.~ 27 2, 86 | seems that the Church can grant a dispensation ~from the 28 2, 86 | vow, since no prelate can grant a ~dispensation contrary 29 2, 86 | to a prelate's power to grant ~dispensations from vows, 30 2, 87 | asked what it was ~right to grant. but the fulfilment of the 31 2, 87 | Further, any bishop can grant a dispensation from a vow, 32 2, 95 | whether he can and ~will grant it: by deeds, when, by what 33 2, 98 | Whether it is lawful to grant spiritual things in return 34 2, 98 | seem that it is lawful to grant spiritual things in ~return 35 2, 98 | money wage. Therefore ~to grant a spiritual thing for a 36 2, 98 | rendered is ~the same as to grant it for the money, received 37 2, 98 | valued. If likewise, to grant a person's request ~for 38 2, 98 | commits simony. Now to grant a request made for an unworthy 39 2, 98 | OBJ 7: The Pope alone can grant a dispensation to one who 40 2, 99 | is what Our Lord did not grant, because there were ~others, 41 2, 134 | A[5] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~We grant the fourth argument. We 42 2, 145 | superior who has power to grant ~a dispensation in such 43 3, 1 | pity, God sent His Son, ~to grant to all remission of their 44 3, 8 | belongs to others also to grant ~grace to others, according 45 3, 16 | we must not absolutely grant that "the ~Man Christ is 46 3, 39 | for another: "Behold, I grant this favor, not to him, 47 3, 75 | Sent., iv, D, 11] do not grant simply that there is a ~ 48 3, 75 | 2/5~Accordingly others grant this of the time which measures 49 3, 83 | after ~Pentecost) we say: "Grant us, Lord, we beseech Thee, 50 3, 84 | or: "May Almighty God ~grant you absolution and forgiveness." 51 3, 84 | mercy on thee," or: "May God grant thee absolution and ~forgiveness," 52 3, 84 | absolve thee" mean: "I grant thee the sacrament of absolution."~ 53 3, 84 | seems that He does not twice grant pardon to ~any sinner.~Aquin.: 54 Suppl, 6 | OBJ 2: Further, a man can grant a dispensation in that which 55 Suppl, 11| Further, if the priest could grant such a permission, this 56 Suppl, 11| that the penitent cannot grant ~this permission.~Aquin.: 57 Suppl, 14| a ~disposition He should grant the perfection, a man is 58 Suppl, 14| properly so called, we should grant that such ~works are not 59 Suppl, 16| penance has now; and we grant this.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] 60 Suppl, 16| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4,5: We grant the Fourth argument. But 61 Suppl, 25| in itself; (2) those who grant ~indulgence; (3) those who 62 Suppl, 25| Consequently it is not harmful to grant indulgences ~unless this 63 Suppl, 25| they be not priests, can ~grant indulgences. Consequently 64 Suppl, 26| 1/1 - OF THOSE WHO CAN GRANT INDULGENCES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 65 Suppl, 26| now consider those who can grant indulgences: under which 66 Suppl, 26| every parish priest can grant indulgences? ~(2) Whether 67 Suppl, 26| who is not a priest, can grant ~indulgences?~(3) Whether 68 Suppl, 26| 3) Whether a bishop can grant them?~(4) Whether they can 69 Suppl, 26| every parish priest can grant indulgences?~Aquin.: SMT 70 Suppl, 26| every parish priest can grant indulgences. For ~an indulgence 71 Suppl, 26| of a congregation, can ~grant indulgences, and, in like 72 Suppl, 26| so it seems that he can grant indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 73 Suppl, 26| excommunicate is less than to grant indulgences. But ~a parish 74 Suppl, 26| the head of the Church can grant ~indulgences. Since, however, 75 Suppl, 26| other like prelates cannot grant ~indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 76 Suppl, 26| who is not a priest can grant an indulgence?~Aquin.: SMT 77 Suppl, 26| is not a priest cannot ~grant an indulgence. Because remission 78 Suppl, 26| Therefore a priest alone can grant ~indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 79 Suppl, 26| priest. Therefore he can grant indulgences, ~since they 80 Suppl, 26| who are not priests can ~grant indulgences, although they 81 Suppl, 26| 1/1~Whether a bishop can grant indulgences?~Aquin.: SMT 82 Suppl, 26| that even a bishop cannot grant indulgences. ~Because the 83 Suppl, 26| Therefore the Pope alone ~can grant indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 84 Suppl, 26| accordance with ~which bishops grant indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 85 Suppl, 26| the Pope, because he can grant them, as he lists, provided 86 Suppl, 26| ordination, so that they can grant them within fixed limits ~ 87 Suppl, 26| it is a greater thing to grant an indulgence than to ~receive 88 Suppl, 26| Neither, therefore, can he ~grant one.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[26] 89 Suppl, 26| who is in mortal sin can grant ~indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 90 Suppl, 26| source, in order that ~he may grant a valid indulgence.~Aquin.: 91 Suppl, 26| Reply OBJ 2: Further, to grant an indulgence is more than 92 Suppl, 27| such a form as this: "I grant you a share in the merits 93 Suppl, 27| Failing the condition of a grant, no grant ensues. Hence, ~ 94 Suppl, 27| condition of a grant, no grant ensues. Hence, ~as an indulgence 95 Suppl, 27| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, to grant indulgences and to excommunicate 96 Suppl, 27| thereto. ~Therefore he cannot grant an indulgence to himself 97 Suppl, 58| without sin. And yet he must grant it if asked, because the 98 Suppl, 65| allowable by dispensation to ~grant a bill of divorce in order 99 Suppl, 66| It is not ~lawful to grant a dispensation to clerics 100 Suppl, 66| Further, it is not lawful to grant a dispensation from the 101 Suppl, 66| the Pope has no power to grant a dispensation in such cases.~ 102 Suppl, 66| of putting down, she can ~grant a dispensation through him 103 Suppl, 67| authority of one who can grant a dispensation, ~the omission 104 Suppl, 67| the body. ~Accordingly we grant the first two objections.~ 105 Suppl, 68| natural law. Hence we must grant that some children ~are 106 Suppl, 72| because they ask God to grant those prayers a gracious 107 Suppl, 72| some way. Hence we must ~grant that the fire in question 108 Suppl, 72| Body Para. 2/2~We therefore grant the First Objection.~Aquin.: 109 Suppl, 75| Therefore at some time God will grant to the Church ~that men 110 Suppl, 79| perfections will not suffer, if we grant ~their bodies to be passible.~ 111 Suppl, 81| Para. 3/5~Wherefore others grant this, and yet they maintain 112 Suppl, 88| 2] R.O. 10 Para. 2/3~We grant the other objections which 113 Suppl, 89| glory. ~Therefore God will grant them to know all things.~


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