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solecism 1
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solemnities 20
solemnity 48
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106 solemn
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105 absolution
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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solemn

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1 2, 101 | more carefully observed on solemn festivals: so that all ceremonial ~ 2 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the solemn festivals are reckoned as 3 2, 101 | times: for which reason the solemn festivals ~seem to be reckoned 4 2, 102 | be in my mouth." But the solemn festivals ~were instituted 5 2, 102 | should be fixed for keeping solemn festivals; so that it ~seems 6 2, 84 | faithful are bound at certain solemn feasts to make certain ~ 7 2, 86 | dispensation can be granted in a solemn vow of continence?~(12) 8 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a solemn vow seems to be the same 9 2, 86 | not only these vows are ~solemn.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 10 2, 86 | which is the effect of ~a solemn vow, as we shall state further 11 2, 86 | will bless them." Hence a solemn vow is more binding with ~ 12 2, 86 | vow, and he who breaks a solemn vow sins more ~grievously. 13 2, 86 | no less binding than a ~solemn vow, this refers to the 14 2, 86 | of two kinds, simple and solemn. And since, as stated in 15 2, 86 | they cannot be bound by a solemn religious vow, on account 16 2, 86 | religious vows, ~simple or solemn, without the consent of 17 2, 86 | argument avails in the case of solemn vows which are ~taken in 18 2, 86 | possible to be dispensed from a solemn vow of continency?~Aquin.: 19 2, 86 | possible to be dispensed from a solemn ~vow of continency. As stated 20 2, 86 | continency, even though it be solemn, may be an obstacle to a ~ 21 2, 86 | be dispensed even ~from a solemn vow of continency.~Aquin.: 22 2, 86 | to be dispensed from a solemn vow of continency.~Aquin.: 23 2, 86 | things may be considered in a solemn vow of ~continency: first, 24 2, 86 | 1, qu. 5] say ~that the solemn vow cannot be a matter of 25 2, 86 | seems no reason why the solemn ~vow thereof cannot be a 26 2, 86 | be dispensed even from a solemn vow of continency, for the ~ 27 2, 86 | man, who has pronounced a solemn vow, to be quit of that 28 2, 98 | simony, and there takes the solemn vow of profession. But no 29 2, 122 | Catholic Church with ~most solemn veneration." Therefore martyrdom 30 2, 145 | and small number of its ~solemn sacraments, some people 31 2, 145 | Lenten fast is the most solemn of all, both ~because it 32 2, 182 | the king ~alone receives a solemn blessing, while others are 33 2, 187 | vow is twofold. One is the solemn vow which ~makes a man a 34 2, 187 | This priest had made, not a solemn, but a simple vow. Hence ~ 35 2, 187 | Para. 3/4~The other is the solemn vow which makes a man a 36 2, 187 | tonsure and taking the ~solemn vow of religion is the age 37 2, 187 | bound by a ~perpetual and solemn vow to retain the cure of 38 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The solemn vow whereby a person is 39 2, 187 | would be after his ~taking a solemn vow. Consequently a person 40 3, 22 | into the Holies, ~with a solemn oblation of blood, as set 41 3, 25 | beside,~That cheers the solemn passion-tide:~Give to the 42 3, 46 | of the moon was the most solemn ~day of the Pasch with the 43 3, 46 | which were offered ~in most solemn sacrifice for expiation 44 3, 66 | it for ~Baptism. But in solemn Baptism the water which 45 3, 66 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the solemn celebration of Baptism, 46 3, 66 | the Epiphany. Therefore solemn Baptism should be celebrated 47 3, 66 | Ghost." Therefore it is that solemn ~Baptism is held in the 48 3, 72 | seasons are ~fixed for the solemn celebration of Baptism and 49 3, 72 | prepare the chrism." But since solemn Baptism, ~for which chrism 50 3, 73 | expiation, which was the most solemn of all. ~While with regard 51 3, 82 | life; and that only the ~solemn prayer is requisite, and 52 3, 82 | the sacrament of Baptism solemn prayers are not made for ~ 53 3, 83 | ought to be present at the solemn ~celebration of the mass. 54 3, 83 | to presume to celebrate ~solemn mass, unless two others 55 3, 84 | sacrament consists in a solemn act, whereby something is 56 3, 84 | Ambrose is speaking of solemn Penance, which is not ~repeated 57 Suppl, 28| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE SOLEMN RITE OF PENANCE (THREE ARTICLES)~ 58 Suppl, 28| We must now consider the solemn rite of Penance: under which 59 Suppl, 28| solemnized?~(2) Whether a solemn penance can be repeated?~( 60 Suppl, 28| a sin is published ~by a solemn penance. Therefore a penance 61 Suppl, 28| higher orders, after ~doing solemn penance. Therefore Penance 62 Suppl, 28| should also be public and solemn so as to give ~edification 63 Suppl, 28| penances should be public and solemn for four ~reasons. First, 64 Suppl, 28| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A solemn penance, as to its imposition, 65 Suppl, 28| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a solemn penance can be repeated?~ 66 Suppl, 28| 1: It would seem that a solemn penance can be repeated. 67 Suppl, 28| grievous sins. Therefore the solemn ~penance should be imposed 68 Suppl, 28| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Solemn penance signifies the expulsion 69 Suppl, 28| done but once. Therefore solemn penance ~should be imposed 70 Suppl, 28| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Solemn penance ought not to be 71 Suppl, 28| from doing penance, but a ~solemn penance should not be imposed 72 Suppl, 28| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether solemn penance should be imposed 73 Suppl, 28| OBJ 1: It would seem that solemn penance should not be imposed 74 Suppl, 28| Therefore ~she should not do solemn penance.~Aquin.: SMT XP 75 Suppl, 28| 1/3~I answer that, Every solemn penance is public, but not 76 Suppl, 28| but not vice versa. For ~solemn penance is done as follows: " 77 Suppl, 28| bishop, who alone can ~impose solemn penance" [*Cap. lxiv, dist. 78 Suppl, 28| other hand public but not solemn penance is that which is 79 Suppl, 28| cleric. ~Sometimes however a solemn penance is taken to signify 80 Suppl, 28| that authorities speak of solemn penance in different senses. ~ 81 Suppl, 28| grievously than a layman, yet a solemn penance is not imposed on 82 Suppl, 28| Hence the ~imposition of a solemn penance, which is only applied 83 Suppl, 53| matrimony?~(2) Whether a solemn vow is a diriment impediment?~( 84 Suppl, 53| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a solemn vow dissolves a marriage 85 Suppl, 53| would seem that not even a solemn vow dissolves a marriage ~ 86 Suppl, 53| no less binding than a ~solemn one." Now marriage stands 87 Suppl, 53| marriage, ~neither will a solemn vow dissolve it.~Aquin.: 88 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a solemn vow does not add the same 89 Suppl, 53| Neither therefore does a ~solemn vow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] 90 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a solemn vow has nothing that a simple 91 Suppl, 53| may be public, even as ~a solemn vow. Again the Church could 92 Suppl, 53| contracted, neither should a solemn vow ~dissolve it.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 53| contrary, He who takes a solemn vow contracts a spiritual ~ 94 Suppl, 53| afterwards. Therefore a solemn vow does also.~Aquin.: SMT 95 Suppl, 53| that, All agree that as a solemn vow is an impediment to 96 Suppl, 53| say with others that a ~solemn vow of its very nature dissolves 97 Suppl, 53| binding in God's sight ~than a solemn vow, in matters pertaining 98 Suppl, 53| just as one who breaks a solemn vow, although it is ~more 99 Suppl, 53| more grievous to break a solemn vow, so that the comparison 100 Suppl, 53| even in general, since ~a solemn vow binds to certain things 101 Suppl, 53| of the obligation: but a solemn vow is more binding as to 102 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A solemn vow implies the actual surrender 103 Suppl, 53| her husband having taken a solemn vow: it would have ~been 104 Suppl, 55| lacking in age, or be under a solemn ~vow of continence or any 105 Suppl, 61| MARRIAGE, ARISING FROM A SOLEMN VOW (THREE ARTICLES)~We 106 Suppl, 61| unconsummated ~marriage, namely a solemn vow: (2) the impediment


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