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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 37 | 3: Further, Love is the bond between lovers, for as Dionysius 2 1, 37 | a unitive force." But a bond is a medium between ~what 3 1, 37 | that He is not the Love or bond of the ~Father and the Son.~ 4 1, 37 | Ghost is said to be the bond of the Father and ~Son, 5 1, 37 | aforesaid relation He is the bond between ~the two persons, 6 1, 37 | 3: Further, Love is the bond between lovers, for as Dionysius 7 1, 37 | a unitive force." But a bond is a medium between ~what 8 1, 37 | that He is not the Love or bond of the ~Father and the Son.~ 9 1, 37 | Ghost is said to be the bond of the Father and ~Son, 10 1, 37 | aforesaid relation He is the bond between ~the two persons, 11 1, 95 | abundance of love, which is the bond of peace. Therefore all 12 2, 26 | love is a kind of union or bond, as Augustine says (De ~ 13 2, 26 | viii, 10). But a union or bond is not a passion, but rather 14 2, 28 | itself is this union or bond. In this sense Augustine ~ 15 2, 28 | union ~is according to a bond of affection, and is likened 16 2, 73 | kindness received or any other bond; ~because he seems to sin 17 2, 82 | Reply OBJ 1: Through the bond of original justice being 18 2, 82 | original sin, because the bond of ~original justice is 19 2, 105 | because the Holy Ghost is the bond of the other two ~Persons; 20 2, 105 | impossible ~if the marriage bond can be sundered. Therefore 21 2, 107 | 3:14) that it is "the ~bond of perfection."~Aquin.: 22 2, 1 | Father, had He not a Son; the bond ~whereof being the Holy 23 2, 4 | it. ~Now the connecting bond of the spiritual edifice 24 2, 4 | have charity which is the bond of ~perfection." Consequently 25 2, 10 | their parents' will. For the bond of ~marriage is stronger 26 2, 10 | liberty; whereas the marriage bond cannot be severed by man, ~ 27 2, 10 | asunder." And yet the marriage bond is broken on account of 28 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 1: In the marriage bond, both husband and wife have 29 2, 12 | loyalty or through the sacred ~bond of an oath owe allegiance 30 2, 28 | uniting us to Him in the bond ~of love: wherefore it surpasses 31 2, 37 | person to another with the bond of ~spiritual love, but 32 2, 79 | negligence, or from being a bond, it denotes properly a relation ~ 33 2, 86 | taking vows. The lesser bond is surpassed by the ~greater. 34 2, 86 | to another is a lesser ~bond than a vow whereby one is 35 2, 87 | Roman Pontiffs ~from the bond of his oath" (Extra, De 36 2, 122 | that "charity . . . is the bond of ~perfection." Now, of 37 2, 152 | virgin is free from the bond of marriage, she is ~not 38 2, 175 | Barbarian nor Scythian, bond nor free.' ~Cf. FP, Q[93], 39 2, 181 | unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." Now a man departs 40 2, 182 | have ~charity, which is the bond of perfection," because 41 3, 3 | Ghost as from the common bond of Father and Son.~Aquin.: 42 3, 28 | fleshly mingling, by the mere bond of marriage: being thereby 43 3, 29 | gives grace to the ~nuptial bond." These two reasons add 44 3, 29 | and wife are pledged by a bond of mutual ~affection that 45 3, 29 | consented to the nuptial bond, but not expressly to the 46 3, 29 | but not expressly to the bond of the ~flesh, save on the 47 3, 36 | neither Gentile nor Jew . . . bond nor free," and ~so forth. 48 3, 73 | Charity, which is "the ~bond of perfection" (Col. 3:14).~ 49 3, 79 | piety, O sign of unity, O bond of charity!"~Aquin.: SMT 50 Suppl, 42| the sacrament ~only; the bond between husband and wife 51 Suppl, 44| of joining. Because ~the bond whereby things are tied 52 Suppl, 44| effect. Now matrimony is the bond whereby those who are joined ~ 53 Suppl, 44| OBJ 1: Matrimony is the bond by which they are tied formally, 54 Suppl, 45| in ~the same way as the bond in material contracts. And 55 Suppl, 45| sacramental but only a spiritual ~bond, wherefore there is no need 56 Suppl, 45| through being released of the bond of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 57 Suppl, 45| cannot complete ~the marriage bond in the absence of consent."~ 58 Suppl, 45| effect, which is the marriage bond, because whoever has the ~ 59 Suppl, 47| answer that, The marriage bond is everlasting. Hence whatever 60 Suppl, 48| together is called the nuptial bond. Hence it is evident that ~ 61 Suppl, 49| 30). Hence the marriage bond does not last after ~the 62 Suppl, 49| consent to an ever lasting ~bond, else it would not make 63 Suppl, 50| force, holy orders,~Marriage bond, honesty, affinity, impotence,~ 64 Suppl, 50| constitutes the impediment of the "bond of marriage" - or through ~ 65 Suppl, 52| Jesus . . . there is neither bond nor free" ~(Gal. 3:26,28). 66 Suppl, 53| spiritual, and marriage a bodily bond. Hence it would ~seem that 67 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The bond of orders dissolves the 68 Suppl, 53| of orders dissolves the bond of marriage as ~regards 69 Suppl, 53| it does not dissolve the ~bond in respect of the other 70 Suppl, 54| had scarcely a greater ~bond of friendship with their 71 Suppl, 56| contrary, The holier the bond, the more is it to be safeguarded. ~ 72 Suppl, 56| safeguarded. ~Now a spiritual bond is holier than a bodily 73 Suppl, 56| not dissolve the marriage bond: but we ~must draw a further 74 Suppl, 56| 2: Marriage is a lasting bond, wherefore no supervening ~ 75 Suppl, 56| Penance occasions a kind of ~bond between the woman penitent 76 Suppl, 58| in other contracts, ~the bond is unfitting if a person 77 Suppl, 59| slave is not freed from the bond of ~slavery, as appears 78 Suppl, 59| a wife, or the conjugal bond, is somewhat ~derogatory 79 Suppl, 59| not imperfect as to the ~bond, although it is sometimes 80 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The bond of fatherhood is not dissolved 81 Suppl, 59| worship, as the marriage bond is: wherefore there is no 82 Suppl, 61| there is only a spiritual bond ~between husband and wife, 83 Suppl, 61| afterwards there is a carnal bond between ~them. Wherefore, 84 Suppl, 61| by entering religion the bond which exists before the ~ 85 Suppl, 65| genus which violate the bond of friendship ~between man 86 Suppl, 65| things which tighten ~the bond of human fellowship, as 87 Suppl, 65| the sons of Jacob born of bond ~and free women inherited, 88 Suppl, 71| that, Charity, which is the bond uniting the members of the ~ 89 Suppl, 71| both on account of the bond of charity and on account 90 Suppl, 71| hell are cut off from the bond ~of charity in virtue of 91 Suppl, 71| it were the ~origin and bond of charity. Again, chief 92 Suppl, 92| is united to God in the bond of love; another is the 93 Suppl, 96| against charity, which is the bond uniting this same ~city


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