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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 37 | her priests, cannot have episcopal power or honor."~Aquin.: 2 2, 98 | bishop does not lose his episcopal power, if ~he has acquired 3 2, 106 | a Church ceases to be an episcopal see on ~account of the depravity 4 2, 106 | common property: thus that an episcopal see be attached to a certain ~ 5 2, 182 | is the more perfect, the episcopal or the religious state?~( 6 2, 182 | perfection, cannot abandon the episcopal ~cure, save by the authority 7 2, 182 | so too in the Church the episcopal cure is conferred with the ~ 8 2, 182 | active life to which the episcopal ~state is directed. For 9 2, 182 | is more perfect than the episcopal ~state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 10 2, 182 | from the religious to the episcopal state, ~for it is said ( 11 2, 182 | a bishop." Therefore the episcopal state is more ~perfect than 12 2, 183 | THINGS PERTAINING TO THE EPISCOPAL STATE (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We 13 2, 183 | things pertaining to the episcopal state. Under ~this head 14 2, 183 | should be chosen for the episcopal office?~(4) Whether a bishop 15 2, 183 | who are appointed to the episcopal office are ~bound to religious 16 2, 183 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the episcopal state is more perfect than 17 2, 183 | desire ~promotion to the episcopal state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 18 2, 183 | and by ~knowledge, for the episcopal office, would seem to hide 19 2, 183 | spiritual ~corn, if he shun the episcopal state, whereas by accepting 20 2, 183 | whereas by accepting the episcopal ~office he enters the state 21 2, 183 | may be considered in the episcopal office. ~One is principal 22 2, 183 | Accordingly, to desire the episcopal office on ~account of these 23 2, 183 | presumptuous to desire the episcopal office. Hence our Lord reproved ~ 24 2, 183 | since considered as an ~episcopal act it has the height of 25 2, 183 | nothing to be desired in the ~episcopal office, save the good work. 26 2, 183 | between the religious and the episcopal ~state, for two reasons. 27 2, 183 | is a ~prerequisite of the episcopal state, as appears from our 28 2, 183 | hand, he who enters the episcopal state is raised up in order 29 2, 183 | he refuse ~absolutely the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 30 2, 183 | cleansed, however urgently the episcopal office be ~enjoined him, 31 2, 183 | without ~sin, refuse the episcopal office absolutely.~Aquin.: 32 2, 183 | in the acceptance of the ~episcopal office: first, what a man 33 2, 183 | salvation to accept the ~episcopal office, but it becomes necessary 34 2, 183 | with him, not to seek ~the episcopal office, nor to accept it 35 2, 183 | not to be appointed to the episcopal office except he be ~better 36 2, 183 | designating a man for the episcopal office, something ~has to 37 2, 183 | may lawfully forsake the episcopal cure, in order to ~enter 38 2, 183 | cannot lawfully forsake his episcopal cure ~in order to enter 39 2, 183 | kingdom of God." Now the ~episcopal state is more perfect than 40 2, 183 | unlawful to pass from the episcopal to ~the religious state.~ 41 2, 183 | from the religious to the episcopal state. Therefore ~it is 42 2, 183 | pass contrariwise from the episcopal to the religious ~state.~ 43 2, 183 | things that pertain to ~the episcopal office: and this power would 44 2, 183 | in one who gives up the episcopal cure. Therefore it would 45 2, 183 | bishop may not forsake the episcopal cure and enter religion.~ 46 2, 183 | who seek to resign their episcopal cure are compelled to resign ~( 47 2, 183 | unlawful ~to give up the episcopal cure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 48 2, 183 | that, The perfection of the episcopal state consists in this ~ 49 2, 183 | he took upon himself the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 183 | monk ~may be raised to the episcopal state wherein he is able 51 2, 183 | man ~be deposed from the episcopal office for some sin, and 52 2, 183 | has been degraded from the episcopal ~dignity to the monastic 53 2, 183 | obstacle from without, the episcopal power remain ~without the 54 2, 183 | to perfection, while the episcopal ~state pertains to perfection, 55 2, 183 | state is compared to the episcopal state, as the school to 56 2, 183 | being an obstacle to the episcopal office, are a ~safeguard 57 2, 183 | be incompatible with the episcopal office, for instance solitude, ~ 58 2, 183 | bodily unable to exercise the episcopal office. For the rest ~he 59 2, 183 | are incompatible with the episcopal office, as stated above.~ 60 2, 183 | religion are compared to the ~episcopal dignity as disposition to 61 2, 184 | has been degraded from the episcopal dignity to ~the monastic 62 2, 184 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the episcopal state is more perfect than 63 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The episcopal state is not directed to 64 2, 185 | judgment because he lacks the episcopal authority. Here, however, ~ 65 2, 186 | Hence ~with reason the episcopal state is one, while religious 66 2, 186 | moreover, are nearest to the episcopal perfection, even as in other ~ 67 3, 67 | baptize ~also belongs to the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 68 3, 67 | belong exclusively to the episcopal office.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 69 3, 72 | orders, ~which belong to the episcopal power. And in virtue of 70 Suppl, 8 | bishop to exercise the ~episcopal office in another diocese. 71 Suppl, 38| does not belong to ~the episcopal Order.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 72 Suppl, 38| 1/1~I answer that, The episcopal power stands in the same 73 Suppl, 38| who has the fulness of episcopal power, can ~entrust one 74 Suppl, 38| things pertaining to the episcopal ~dignity, provided they 75 Suppl, 38| not necessarily retain the episcopal ~power after his separation 76 Suppl, 38| ever. Wherefore, since the episcopal ~power is conferred by consecration, 77 Suppl, 38| the Church after having ~episcopal power in the Church, retain 78 Suppl, 39| necessary for the validity of episcopal consecration. ~Some, however, 79 Suppl, 40| Order there should be an episcopal power?~(5) Whether the episcopate 80 Suppl, 40| Order there ought to be an episcopal power?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 81 Suppl, 40| there ought not to be an episcopal power above ~the priestly 82 Suppl, 40| Therefore there should not be an episcopal above the ~priestly power.~ 83 Suppl, 40| there ~should not be an episcopal above the priestly power.~ 84 Suppl, 40| enlightening, whereas the ~episcopal power extends both to this 85 Suppl, 40| perfecting. Therefore the ~episcopal should be above the priestly 86 Suppl, 40| the bishop. Therefore the episcopal ~should be above the priestly 87 Suppl, 40| clear that it behooves the episcopal to be above the priestly ~ 88 Suppl, 40| 24) it is stated that the episcopal Order is ~fourfold.~Aquin.: 89 Suppl, 40| things pertaining to the episcopal power are ~not matters of 90 Suppl, 40| of the sacrament. But the episcopal power depends on ~the priestly 91 Suppl, 40| since no one can receive the episcopal power unless ~he have previously 92 Suppl, 40| Ember Saturdays]. But the episcopal power is bestowed on Sundays ~[* 93 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The episcopal power is one not only of 94 Suppl, 40| the distinction of the ~episcopal dignity and the appointment 95 Suppl, 40| the Pope. Therefore the episcopal dignity is equal in all ~ 96 Suppl, 40| whole Church, above the episcopal power whereby ~each particular 97 Suppl, 40| power is surpassed by the episcopal power, as ~by a power of 98 Suppl, 40| different kind; but the episcopal is surpassed by the ~papal 99 Suppl, 40| matters pertaining to the episcopal Order, all bishops are equal, ~ 100 Suppl, 40| priest is nearer than the episcopal Order to the ~Orders of


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