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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | shall be "as ~stars unto perpetual eternities [*Douay: 'for 2 1, 36 | do not differ in things ~perpetual" (Phys. iii, text 32), and 3 1, 97 | which is ~invariable and perpetual; while what is only for 4 1, 112 | to the things which are perpetual. Thus the providence of 5 2, 67 | 1:15) that "justice is perpetual ~and immortal."~Aquin.: 6 2, 67 | specially said that it is "perpetual and immortal"; both by reason ~ 7 2, 85 | although every form intends perpetual being as far as it can, 8 2, 102 | shall be in your flesh for a perpetual covenant." ~This was done 9 2, 104 | justice. Now "justice ~is perpetual and immortal" (Wis. 1:15). 10 2, 104 | observing justice is indeed perpetual. ~But the determination 11 2, 108 | poverty; carnal pleasures by ~perpetual chastity; and the pride 12 2, 108 | in giving the counsel of perpetual poverty (Mt. 19:21), He ~ 13 2, 108 | He gave the ~counsel of perpetual chastity, saying (Mt. 19: 14 2, 56 | fittingly defined as being the perpetual and constant ~will to render 15 2, 56 | defined justice as ~being "the perpetual and constant will to render 16 2, 56 | OBJ 3: Further, no will is perpetual save God's. If therefore 17 2, 56 | therefore justice is ~a perpetual will, in God alone will 18 2, 56 | 4: Further, whatever is perpetual is constant, since it is ~ 19 2, 56 | to say that ~it is both "perpetual" and "constant."~Aquin.: 20 2, 56 | his due by a constant and perpetual ~will": and this is about 21 2, 56 | The will may be called perpetual in two ways. First on the ~ 22 2, 56 | thus God's will alone ~is perpetual. Secondly on the part of 23 2, 56 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Since "perpetual" does not imply perpetuity 24 2, 56 | constant": for while the ~"perpetual will" denotes the purpose 25 2, 68 | that Trinity wherein is perpetual stability of ~truth."~Aquin.: 26 2, 86 | is in her ~power, namely, perpetual continency, but also to 27 2, 86 | binds himself by vow to ~the perpetual observance of chastity: 28 2, 86 | temporal service for the perpetual service ~of religion." And 29 2, 98 | without hope of return, and do perpetual ~penance under a stricter 30 2, 150 | purpose; ~and the addition "perpetual" does not imply that a virgin 31 2, 150 | difficult to maintain a perpetual ~meditation on incorruption.~ 32 2, 150 | he ~might atone for his perpetual continency as though it 33 2, 150 | confirmed by ~vow, of observing perpetual integrity. For Augustine 34 2, 182 | the state ~of perfection a perpetual obligation to things pertaining 35 2, 182 | under the obligation of a perpetual vow to retain ~the cure 36 2, 182 | belongs also to dispense from perpetual vows), and this for certain ~ 37 2, 183 | alone can ~dispense from the perpetual vow, by which a man binds 38 2, 184 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether perpetual continence is required for 39 2, 184 | OBJ 1: It would seem that perpetual continence is not required 40 2, 184 | Therefore it would seem that perpetual continence is not requisite ~ 41 2, 184 | the example. Therefore ~perpetual continence is not requisite 42 2, 184 | perfection does not require perpetual ~continence.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 184 | Body Para. 2/2~Therefore perpetual continence, as well as voluntary 44 2, 187 | to enter religion being perpetual is greater than ~the vow 45 2, 187 | temporary service for the perpetual service of ~religion is 46 2, 187 | religion is accounted a perpetual vow: ~wherefore it is preferred 47 2, 187 | 1), the ~obligation of a perpetual vow stands before every 48 2, 187 | religious to be bound by perpetual vow ~to devote themselves 49 2, 187 | bishops are, bound by a ~perpetual and solemn vow to retain 50 2, 187 | alone can dispense from perpetual ~vows. Therefore it is evident 51 3, 63 | wrought by His Priesthood, is perpetual, enduring as long ~as the 52 3, 63 | that, the intellect being perpetual and incorruptible, a ~character 53 3, 80 | perchance such uncleanness be perpetual or of long ~standing, such 54 3, 80 | bodily uncleannesses, if perpetual or of long ~standing, do 55 3, 82 | of all other things are perpetual, and ~cannot be lost or 56 3, 83 | order that we may have a perpetual memorial.~Aquin.: SMT TP 57 Suppl, 16| justice. But justice is ~"perpetual and immortal" (Wis. 1:15), 58 Suppl, 40| Testament are enjoined perpetual continency; and so the comparison 59 Suppl, 43| fit to bind himself by a perpetual ~obligation, because as 60 Suppl, 47| voluntary, because it has to be perpetual; and ~consequently it is 61 Suppl, 47| marriage there is a kind of perpetual service, ~as it were, a 62 Suppl, 53| to God for the purpose of perpetual continence. Wherefore ~he 63 Suppl, 53| wife, she is bound to vow perpetual continence, but she is ~ 64 Suppl, 55| years; or if a man having a perpetual impediment of impotence 65 Suppl, 55| insensibility or malefice, having a perpetual impediment, ~is betrothed 66 Suppl, 55| denounced on account of a perpetual impediment, which ~prevents 67 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a perpetual impediment to marriage cannot 68 Suppl, 57| posterity through one who has ~a perpetual impediment from begetting: 69 Suppl, 57| that impedes marriage is a perpetual ~impediment. But there is 70 Suppl, 57| impediment. But there is not a perpetual impediment between the adopted ~ 71 Suppl, 57| third ~relationships are perpetual impediments to marriage: 72 Suppl, 58| void a marriage: or it is perpetual and then it voids marriage, ~ 73 Suppl, 58| whether the ~impediment be perpetual or not, the Church has appointed 74 Suppl, 58| to prove impotence to be perpetual. Wherefore if the Church ~ 75 Suppl, 58| calidity can scarcely be a perpetual impediment. ~If, however, 76 Suppl, 58| would be adjudged to be perpetual. Nevertheless, since ~frigidity 77 Suppl, 58| OBJ 5: A man cannot have a perpetual natural impediment in regard ~ 78 Suppl, 58| impediment, unless it be perpetual, voids the ~marriage contract. 79 Suppl, 58| But a spell cannot be a perpetual impediment, for ~since the 80 Suppl, 58| that no such impediment is ~perpetual: hence it does not void 81 Suppl, 58| by witchcraft is either perpetual and then it voids marriage, 82 Suppl, 58| marriage, or ~it is not perpetual and then it does not void 83 Suppl, 58| OBJ 3: Some spells are so perpetual that they can have no human ~ 84 Suppl, 58| nevertheless be reckoned to be perpetual, since nowise ~ought one 85 Suppl, 58| is not voided save by a perpetual impediment. ~But one cannot 86 Suppl, 58| tell whether madness is a perpetual impediment. Therefore ~it 87 Suppl, 58| hinders the act must needs be perpetual in order to void the marriage.~ 88 Suppl, 58| as the tie of religion is perpetual so is the ~marriage tie. 89 Suppl, 58| to copulate, unless it be perpetual and not ~known, is not an 90 Suppl, 58| lack of age is neither ~perpetual nor unknown. Therefore it 91 Suppl, 62| For no one is bound to perpetual continence. Now in some 92 Suppl, 64| which even those who observe perpetual continence have ~recourse.~ 93 Suppl, 67| latter ~is a sign of the perpetual union of Christ with the 94 Suppl, 88| s surface there will be perpetual darkness, which is unbecoming 95 Suppl, 88| bodies might be held to be perpetual, so far ~as their natural 96 Suppl, 93| to virginity, which adds perpetual incorruption to ~the perfection 97 Suppl, 93| in the state of observing perpetual virginity. But ~this also 98 Suppl, 93| of virtue in so far as ~perpetual incorruption of mind and 99 Suppl, 93| the purpose of observing perpetual virginity, ~whether or no 100 Suppl, 93| the purpose of observing perpetual virginity. For without ~ 101 Suppl, 93| the purpose of observing perpetual ~virginity, and nowise consent 102 Suppl, 93| the purpose of observing perpetual incorruption, whence ~virginity 103 Suppl, 93| have the will to ~observe perpetual incorruption even though 104 Suppl, 93| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Perpetual incorruption of the spirit 105 Suppl, 96| the citizens, either by perpetual exile ~or even by death:


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