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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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profession

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1 2, 98 | religious are bound by their profession to certain works of ~perfection, 2 2, 98 | they used a kind of form of profession, as appears from Dt. 26: 3 2, 99 | works, whereby man makes profession of his subjection to God: ~ 4 2, 103 | ceremonies was a sort of profession, inasmuch as they ~foreshadowed 5 2, 103 | it was ~necessary to make profession of Abraham's faith by means 6 2, 103 | consists. Now man can make profession of his ~inward faith, by 7 2, 103 | by words: and in either profession, if ~he make a false declaration, 8 2, 103 | for anyone, in making ~a profession of faith, to say that Christ 9 2, 108 | it is not enough to make profession of faith, or to work ~miracles, 10 2, 1 | Him to be God, he ~made profession of his faith, saying: "My 11 2, 1 | faith." Now the symbol is a profession of faith. Therefore it is 12 2, 11 | Peter. If however this, our profession, be approved by the judgment 13 2, 12 | to which he was bound by profession, or from the Holy ~Order 14 2, 16 | of faith, whereby we make profession of ~faith, we say: "I expect 15 2, 43 | faith, in so far as we make profession of faith by ~worshipping 16 2, 76 | do so and is ~a usurer by profession; provided the borrower have 17 2, 84 | offered to God with a certain profession (Dt. 26); where the same 18 2, 86 | obedience when they make their ~profession. Therefore, a vow is not 19 2, 86 | holy orders, and by the ~profession of a certain rule?~Aquin.: 20 2, 86 | holy orders and by the profession of a certain rule. As stated 21 2, 86 | of holy orders or in the profession of a certain rule does ~ 22 2, 86 | is given when a man makes profession of ~observing a certain 23 2, 86 | and his own will by the ~profession of a certain rule.~Aquin.: 24 2, 86 | children ~may make religious profession even without the consent 25 2, 86 | actions ~connected with his profession of his rule. Wherefore even 26 2, 86 | vows which are ~taken in profession.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 27 2, 86 | is part of the religious ~profession, whereby the vow is solemnized, 28 2, 86 | appointed ~bishops after making profession. Therefore it seems that 29 2, 86 | has ~made his religious profession cease to be a religious, 30 2, 86 | solemnized by the religious profession; and ~the reason assigned 31 2, 86 | continency ~solemnized by profession is due, not to its being 32 2, 86 | because through the religious profession it is already an act of 33 2, 91 | Further, outward worship is a profession of inward worship, ~"whereby 34 2, 98 | takes the solemn vow of profession. But no one should ~be freed 35 2, 99 | of one who has made his profession in religion. For he that 36 2, 99 | that has already made his ~profession in religion is deemed to 37 2, 102 | religious in making their profession take vows ~of chastity and 38 2, 122 | belief, but also outward ~profession, which is expressed not 39 2, 123 | no man can take ~up the profession of contemplation or spiritual 40 2, 182 | a certain ~solemnity of profession and consecration; wherefore 41 2, 182 | together with the aforesaid profession, ~according to 2 Tim. 1: 42 2, 183 | the rule of the monastic profession, and the holy ordination 43 2, 183 | the yoke of the monastic profession, not in everything, but 44 2, 184 | enters religion does not make profession to be ~perfect, but he professes 45 2, 184 | religious does not ~violate his profession if he be not perfect, but 46 2, 184 | required of bishops, ~who make profession of governing Christ's flock, 47 2, 184 | required of religious who make profession of ~learning to obtain perfection.~ 48 2, 184 | or blessed at the time of profession.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 49 2, 184 | rule by the vows of their profession. Therefore they sin ~mortally 50 2, 184 | bound by the vow of his profession. Now the vow of ~profession 51 2, 184 | profession. Now the vow of ~profession regards chiefly the three 52 2, 184 | directly ~contrary to the profession whereby a man vows to live 53 2, 184 | rule is contrary to the profession, while the ~transgression 54 2, 184 | against the vow of his ~profession, without giving scandal ( 55 2, 185 | Sometimes those who enter the profession of God's ~service come from 56 2, 185 | habit as ~a sign of their profession whereby they profess contempt 57 2, 186 | are proper to the monastic profession, and are directed ~especially 58 2, 187 | religion. For in making his profession a man is bound by the religious ~ 59 2, 187 | religious ~vow. Now before profession a year of probation is allowed, 60 2, 187 | to the religious life ~by profession before completing the year 61 2, 187 | order. This is ~called the profession, and such a vow should be 62 2, 187 | contrary, The vow of religious profession, for the reason that it ~ 63 2, 187 | the majority of cases, a profession made before the age of puberty, ~ 64 2, 187 | much the person who makes profession may have the use of reason, ~ 65 2, 187 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the profession of monks is stricter than 66 2, 187 | and nowise forsake ~the profession he has chosen." And further 67 3, 37 | circumcision ~is a kind of profession of observing the Law, according 68 3, 39 | who are baptized make a ~profession of faith, and baptism is 69 3, 63 | eternal punishment, or the profession of an unlawful ~form of 70 3, 68 | the Fathers of old made profession of their faith. Again, ~ 71 3, 68 | imposition of hands, or the mere profession of faith." But such would 72 3, 68 | certain fashion they ~make profession of faith by the words of 73 3, 70 | as in Baptism man makes a profession of faith, and by Baptism 74 3, 70 | make, by means of these, a profession of ~faith, as by circumcision; 75 3, 70 | circumcision, as to the profession of faith, which is required ~ 76 3, 70 | as stated above (A[1]) a profession of faith was made in ~circumcision. 77 3, 70 | in circumcision man made profession of keeping the Old ~Law, 78 3, 70 | just as in Baptism he makes profession of keeping the New Law; ~ 79 3, 70 | Baptism, inasmuch as it was a profession of faith in Christ, which 80 3, 70 | by outward signs of his profession, according as he thought 81 3, 70 | should be ~instituted, as a profession of faith and a remedy against 82 3, 70 | stated above (AA[1],2), was a profession of faith. But ~faith is 83 3, 70 | being an adult, he made profession for ~himself, or, being 84 3, 70 | child, someone else made profession for him. Hence, ~too, the 85 3, 71 | of Faith: since it is a profession of the Christian faith. 86 3, 76 | body. Hence we ~read in the profession of faith at Ephesus (P. 87 3, 78 | of Faith" because it is a profession of ~faith. This is called 88 Suppl, 25| said to Peter, on whose profession of faith the ~Church was 89 Suppl, 28| in a way, that one makes profession of continual ~repentance. 90 Suppl, 45| In the vow of religious profession it is not the spiritual ~ 91 Suppl, 56| In catechism one makes a profession of future Baptism, just ~ 92 Suppl, 56| OBJ 4: There is not made a profession of faith in the other ~sacramentals 93 Suppl, 59| contrary to his religious profession, although ~he is not bound 94 Suppl, 59| which makes a very special profession of humility. ~But the obligation 95 Suppl, 61| religion and before making his profession ~the husband can return 96 Suppl, 61| regular. et ~transeunt.) a profession, if made before the expiry 97 Suppl, 61| wife after making such a ~profession, she is bound to receive 98 Suppl, 61| religion until he makes his profession, and consequently his wife 99 Suppl, 61| OBJ 3: We must judge of a profession thus made before the time ~ 100 Suppl, 62| she has made her vow of profession she ~ought to be restored


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