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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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jurisdiction

   Part, Question
1 2, 96 | an inferior power has no jurisdiction in a court of higher power. 2 2, 100 | as are ~subject to human jurisdiction: for in this respect men 3 2, 37 | sacramental, the ~other a power of jurisdiction. The sacramental power is 4 2, 37 | other hand, the power of jurisdiction is that which is conferred ~ 5 2, 63 | one who is subject to his jurisdiction. ~Therefore it is not lawful 6 2, 65 | who is not subject to his jurisdiction?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 7 2, 65 | who is not subject ~to his jurisdiction. For it is stated (Dan. 8 2, 65 | that is not subject to his ~jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 9 2, 65 | that is ~not subject to his jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 10 2, 185 | order, whereas matters of ~jurisdiction can be deputed to those 11 2, 185 | those who have not ordinary jurisdiction: ~thus the delivery of a 12 2, 185 | receive orders, or ordinary jurisdiction, or if matters of ~jurisdiction 13 2, 185 | jurisdiction, or if matters of ~jurisdiction be delegated to them.~Aquin.: 14 3, 59 | to those subject to their jurisdiction. Hence it is written (Dt. ~ 15 Suppl, 8 | another ~unless he have jurisdiction over him. Consequently it 16 Suppl, 8 | but also for him to have jurisdiction: wherefore ~he that has 17 Suppl, 8 | wherefore ~he that has no jurisdiction cannot administer this sacrament 18 Suppl, 8 | of those monks who have jurisdiction, ~through having charge 19 Suppl, 8 | first, through lack of jurisdiction; secondly, through being ~ 20 Suppl, 8 | so forth. Now whoever has jurisdiction, can depute to ~another 21 Suppl, 8 | whatever comes under his jurisdiction; so that if a priest is ~ 22 Suppl, 8 | confession through want of jurisdiction, ~anyone who has immediate 23 Suppl, 8 | anyone who has immediate jurisdiction over that man, priest, bishop, 24 Suppl, 8 | benefit. Now the power of jurisdiction is not ~granted a man for 25 Suppl, 8 | glory, to commit ~matters of jurisdiction to others, no wrong is done 26 Suppl, 8 | them can commit matters of jurisdiction to some ~other. Now a higher 27 Suppl, 8 | For absolution requires jurisdiction, as stated ~above (A[5]). 28 Suppl, 8 | priest does not acquire jurisdiction over a man who ~repents 29 Suppl, 8 | Church, he has a limited jurisdiction or ~none at all, that he 30 Suppl, 8 | is also a matter of that jurisdiction which by the ordination ~ 31 Suppl, 8 | One person may act on the jurisdiction of another according ~to 32 Suppl, 8 | s will, since matters of jurisdiction can be deputed. ~Since, 33 Suppl, 8 | a priest has the use of ~jurisdiction though he lack the power 34 Suppl, 8 | though he lack the power of jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[6] 35 Suppl, 17| judge is only one who has ~jurisdiction, which is not given at the 36 Suppl, 17| loose and bind, if he ~has jurisdiction, and that there is only 37 Suppl, 17| people subject through ~jurisdiction, so that until he has jurisdiction, 38 Suppl, 17| jurisdiction, so that until he has jurisdiction, the priest has the keys, ~ 39 Suppl, 17| contains a reference to jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 40 Suppl, 19| This is called the key of "jurisdiction" ~in the external court, 41 Suppl, 19| 10,11), so too, spiritual jurisdiction may be exercised ~both by 42 Suppl, 19| thus they have the key of jurisdiction, but they have not ~all 43 Suppl, 19| she can have no spiritual ~jurisdiction, since the Philosopher also 44 Suppl, 19| of order nor the key of ~jurisdiction. Nevertheless a certain 45 Suppl, 20| power of order and power of jurisdiction. The former power is ~equally 46 Suppl, 20| that he has the power of jurisdiction ~before the others. But 47 Suppl, 20| of ~the power of order by jurisdiction: and consequently no one 48 Suppl, 20| another over whom he has not jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 49 Suppl, 20| distinction in priestly ~jurisdiction, as there is now in the 50 Suppl, 20| of this power ~requires jurisdiction which inferiors derive from 51 Suppl, 20| any ~simple priest who has jurisdiction can absolve from any sin. 52 Suppl, 20| superiors ~reserve the power of jurisdiction to themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 53 Suppl, 20| consequently to the power of jurisdiction, whereas excommunication ~ 54 Suppl, 20| excommunication ~regards jurisdiction exclusively. And, as to 55 Suppl, 20| are equal, but not as to jurisdiction. Wherefore there is no comparison.~ 56 Suppl, 22| can excommunicate who have jurisdiction in the judicial tribunal. ~ 57 Suppl, 22| Church Triumphant, this jurisdiction whereby a ~man is competent 58 Suppl, 22| priests ~have, and the key of jurisdiction in the tribunal of judgment, 59 Suppl, 22| OBJ 2: Parish priests have jurisdiction indeed over their ~subjects, 60 Suppl, 22| priests, provided they have ~jurisdiction in a contentious court, 61 Suppl, 22| orders, they have the key ~of jurisdiction.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 62 Suppl, 22| lost neither orders nor ~jurisdiction, since neither is he ordained 63 Suppl, 22| is absolved, nor ~is his jurisdiction renewed. But excommunication 64 Suppl, 22| nothing more ~than orders or jurisdiction. Therefore even one who 65 Suppl, 22| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Jurisdiction can only be used in relation 66 Suppl, 22| is deprived of the use of jurisdiction. And ~as excommunication 67 Suppl, 22| excommunication requires jurisdiction, an excommunicated person 68 Suppl, 22| one who is suspended from ~jurisdiction. For if he be suspended 69 Suppl, 22| order, but he can use his jurisdiction, while, on the other ~hand, 70 Suppl, 22| if he be suspended from jurisdiction and not from orders. he 71 Suppl, 22| orders. he cannot ~use his jurisdiction, though he can exercise 72 Suppl, 22| person does not ~lose his jurisdiction, yet he does lose its use.~ 73 Suppl, 22| excommunication which results ~from jurisdiction, for this can be taken away 74 Suppl, 22| Excommunication is an act of jurisdiction. But no man ~has jurisdiction 75 Suppl, 22| jurisdiction. But no man ~has jurisdiction over himself (since one 76 Suppl, 22| I answer that, Since, by jurisdiction, a man is placed above those 77 Suppl, 22| those over ~whom he has jurisdiction, through being their judge, 78 Suppl, 22| follows that no ~man has jurisdiction over himself, his superior, 79 Suppl, 23| mortal sin unless he have ~jurisdiction over him. But any priest 80 Suppl, 24| excommunication requires jurisdiction in the external forum, whereas ~ 81 Suppl, 25| of orders and the key of jurisdiction. The key of orders is a ~ 82 Suppl, 25| the other hand ~the key of jurisdiction is not something sacramental, 83 Suppl, 26| dispensation of the sacraments, and jurisdiction in the public ~tribunal, 84 Suppl, 26| granting indulgences follows jurisdiction, ~as stated above (Q[25], 85 Suppl, 26| are not ~priests, can have jurisdiction either delegated, as legates, 86 Suppl, 26| indulgences ~belongs to the key of jurisdiction and not to the key of orders.~ 87 Suppl, 26| of indulgences belongs to jurisdiction. But ~a man does not, through 88 Suppl, 26| does not, through sin, lose jurisdiction. Consequently indulgences ~ 89 Suppl, 27| an indulgence belongs to jurisdiction. Now no one ~can exercise 90 Suppl, 27| Now no one ~can exercise jurisdiction on himself. thus no one 91 Suppl, 27| cannot exercise an act of jurisdiction on himself, ~but a prelate 92 Suppl, 27| by the authority of his jurisdiction, both in temporal and in ~ 93 Suppl, 27| suffrages, and not of his jurisdiction, is the remission ~of punishment 94 Suppl, 38| it is necessary to have ~jurisdiction, which one who is cut off 95 Suppl, 40| presuppose him ~to have the jurisdiction of authority, whereby those 96 Suppl, 40| other than of ~Order or jurisdiction. But things pertaining to 97 Suppl, 40| power are ~not matters of jurisdiction, else they might be committed 98 Suppl, 40| power is one not only of jurisdiction but ~also of Order, as stated 99 Suppl, 83| inflicted according ~to the jurisdiction of the tribunal, the punishments


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