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communications 3
communicators 1
communio 3
communion 112
communities 3
community 197
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113 servile
113 wealth
112 blessing
112 communion
112 counsels
112 excuse
112 integrity
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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communion

    Part, Question
1 2, 32 | ruler and subject are in communion with one another, ~there 2 2, 65 | love, together with mutual communion, as stated in ~Ethic. viii, 3 2, 100 | acts, whereby men live in communion with one ~another. This 4 2, 22 | the different kinds of communion on which friendships are 5 2, 22 | being based on natural ~communion, the latter on civil communion 6 2, 22 | communion, the latter on civil communion or on the comradeship of 7 2, 29 | so, he would be holding communion ~with him. Therefore, since 8 2, 37 | the mutual connection or communion of the members of the ~Church, 9 2, 37 | Sovereign Pontiff, and to hold communion with ~those members of the 10 2, 37 | back by such as may hold communion with them. Therefore it ~ 11 2, 37 | separating himself from communion with the members of the 12 2, 64 | do not admit into their communion persons who are ~married 13 2, 84 | Let none who dispense Holy Communion exact ~anything of the recipient, 14 2, 152 | him from receiving Holy Communion. Hence it is ~manifest that 15 2, 185 | to preach, baptize, give communion, pray for ~sinners, impose 16 3, 2 | unless it be taken into communion with the complete being, ~ 17 3, 19 | consequently, each acts in communion ~with the other.~Aquin.: 18 3, 63 | character is a ~holy sign of the communion of faith and of the holy 19 3, 65 | been ordained receive Holy ~Communion, as also do those who have 20 3, 68 | charity they are united in communion with the Holy Ghost." And 21 3, 73 | this respect it is called "Communion" or {Synaxis}. For Damascene ~ 22 3, 73 | iv) that "it is called Communion because we ~communicate 23 3, 79 | fire; so also the bread of ~communion is not simple bread but 24 3, 79 | instance, that many receive ~communion for the salvation of one 25 3, 80 | tribunal. Therefore Holy Communion ought not to ~be given to 26 3, 80 | whether I thought that Holy ~Communion ought to be given to such 27 3, 80 | sinners, but occult, the Holy Communion should ~not be denied them 28 3, 80 | inhibit any person from Communion, except he has ~openly confessed, 29 3, 80 | repentance and ~reconciliation, Communion must not be refused even 30 3, 80 | which he had to ~receive Communion, his superiors, discovering 31 3, 80 | one ought to refrain from ~Communion when this arises from evil 32 3, 80 | especially if necessity call for Communion. ~So, then, one must judge 33 3, 80 | sense of decency forbids Communion on two accounts. ~The first 34 3, 80 | for they ~should be given Communion at once, even after food, 35 3, 80 | danger, lest they die without Communion, because ~necessity has 36 3, 80 | the priest at once take Communion to the sick person, lest 37 3, 80 | person, lest he die ~without Communion."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 38 3, 80 | not remember the most Holy Communion to have ever been denied 39 3, 80 | Eccl. Hier. ii) that Holy Communion is ~to be given to them 40 3, 80 | s statute only requires Communion ~once a year; hence it is 41 3, 80 | daily, for, by one daily communion the unity of Christ's Passion 42 3, 80 | Canon xlvii) declares that Communion should be ~received "on 43 3, 80 | abstain altogether from communion?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 44 3, 80 | abstain altogether from Communion. ~Because the Centurion 45 3, 80 | to refrain entirely from Communion can be compared to the ~ 46 3, 80 | individual to ~abstain from Communion his whole life long.~Aquin.: 47 3, 80 | permissible ~to abstain from Communion altogether.~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 80 | sinners are not bound to go to Communion: hence Pope ~Fabian (Third 49 3, 80 | sin ~are bound to go to Communion, it seems that sinners are 50 3, 80 | the ~godly to refrain from Communion.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 51 3, 80 | abstains altogether from Communion against the ~precept of 52 3, 81 | Judas, a hidden sinner, from Communion with the others ~without 53 3, 81 | did not repel Judas from Communion; so as to furnish an example ~ 54 3, 82 | is permissible to receive communion from heretical, ~excommunicate, 55 3, 82 | one may lawfully receive Communion from heretical, ~excommunicate, 56 3, 82 | refrain from receiving Communion at their hands, or from 57 3, 82 | sacrilegiously the consecrated Communion ~at his hands. But, when 58 3, 82 | is not lawful to ~receive Communion from them, or to assist 59 3, 82 | it is lawful to ~receive Communion at their hands, and to hear 60 3, 82 | priests, or to ~receive Communion from them, we are not shunning 61 3, 83 | people are prepared for Communion; first, by the common prayer 62 3, 83 | of the singing after the Communion); and the priest returning 63 3, 83 | people to supplement ~the communion, because Christ gave dipped 64 3, 83 | anyone fall sick, he may take Communion to ~him at once, lest he 65 3, 83 | to fast, and abstain from Communion. However, ~after weighing 66 3, 89 | received to the grace of ~communion." ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] 67 Suppl, 5 | contrite should not go to Communion before going to ~confession. 68 Suppl, 5 | wherefore a man should not go to Communion until his sin ~has been 69 Suppl, 6 | commands all to receive Holy Communion once a year, ~viz. at Easter, 70 Suppl, 8 | may ~preach, baptize, give communion, pray for sinners, impose 71 Suppl, 20| But an inferior can give ~Communion to his superior, if the 72 Suppl, 21| as separation from the ~communion of the Church, etc?~Aquin.: 73 Suppl, 21| Excommunication is separation from the communion of the Church, as ~to fruit 74 Suppl, 21| consisting in the privation of communion with the ~faithful, but 75 Suppl, 21| in the ~sacraments. Now communion with the faithful is twofold. 76 Suppl, 21| These different manners of communion ~are signified in the verse 77 Suppl, 21| privation of all ~lawful communion with the faithful."~Aquin.: 78 Suppl, 21| severing a man from the communion of the faithful that he 79 Suppl, 22| excommunication severs a man from the communion of ~the faithful, it belongs 80 Suppl, 22| person is severed from the ~communion of the faithful, he is deprived 81 Suppl, 22| divine things and of the ~communion of the faithful. But when 82 Suppl, 23| sacraments, but not of the communion of the faithful. Wherefore 83 Suppl, 23| of the Church and ~of the communion of the faithful. Wherefore 84 Suppl, 23| person is banished from communion. ~Therefore whoever communicates 85 Suppl, 23| communicates with him leaves the communion of the ~Church: and hence 86 Suppl, 23| unbelievers, as ~she does from the communion of the faithful over whom 87 Suppl, 23| 2: It is lawful to hold communion with one who has incurred 88 Suppl, 23| always a mortal sin to hold communion ~with an excommunicated 89 Suppl, 23| death should anyone hold ~communion with an excommunicated person, 90 Suppl, 23| always a mortal sin to hold communion with an excommunicated person. ~ 91 Suppl, 23| Church forbids anyone to hold communion with an ~excommunicated 92 Suppl, 23| is a mortal sin to hold communion ~with one who is excommunicated.~ 93 Suppl, 23| sin. But a man who holds communion with an ~excommunicated 94 Suppl, 23| is a mortal sin to hold communion with an ~excommunicated 95 Suppl, 23| excommunication for holding communion with an ~excommunicated 96 Suppl, 23| is a mortal sin to hold communion ~with one who is excommunicated.~ 97 Suppl, 23| absolve a man for holding ~communion with those who are excommunicated. 98 Suppl, 23| common ~custom for holding communion with an excommunicated person 99 Suppl, 23| always a mortal sin to hold ~communion with an excommunicated person, 100 Suppl, 23| but only when he holds communion with him in a criminal ~ 101 Suppl, 23| decretal is speaking of holding communion in Divine ~worship. It may 102 Suppl, 23| consequence: hence by holding ~communion in Divine worship one acts 103 Suppl, 23| mortal sin; but by holding communion in other matters, one acts 104 Suppl, 23| is a venial sin to hold communion with one who ~is excommunicated, 105 Suppl, 28| however being admitted to Communion or to the kiss of peace. 106 Suppl, 49| is directed the entire ~communion of works that exists between 107 Suppl, 64| Epiphany because of the Communion which, according to the 108 Suppl, 64| on account of ~the Easter Communion, and from the three days 109 Suppl, 64| account of the preparation for Communion ~to be received at that 110 Suppl, 71| First, on account of their communion in the root of ~the work, 111 Suppl, 71| others. Hence it is that the ~communion of saints is laid down as 112 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 4: Although the communion of civic deeds whereof the ~


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