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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dispense

   Part, Question
1 2, 21 | just as if ~he were to dispense well or ill other belongings 2 2, 96 | can change the law, and dispense in it according to ~time 3 2, 96 | cases, have the power to ~dispense from the laws. If, however, 4 2, 97 | rulers of the people can dispense from human laws?~Aquin.: 5 2, 97 | rulers of the people cannot dispense from ~human laws. For the 6 2, 97 | Etym. v, 3). But no man can dispense from the Divine and ~natural 7 2, 97 | Neither, therefore, can he dispense from the human law.~Aquin.: 8 2, 97 | community a man is said to dispense, from the very ~fact that 9 2, 97 | community is empowered to dispense in a human law that ~rests 10 2, 97 | Wherefore just as none can dispense from public human law, except 11 2, 97 | which are from God, none can dispense but ~God, or the man to 12 2, 100 | Divine law. But man can dispense with the precepts of a law 13 2, 100 | it seems that God can dispense with them. Now our superiors 14 2, 100 | Therefore superiors can dispense with the ~precepts of the 15 2, 100 | itself. Wherefore God cannot dispense a man so that it be lawful 16 2, 9 | and another to know how to dispense what he believes to ~the 17 2, 30 | the faithful to whom we dispense the Body of Christ."~Aquin.: 18 2, 64 | the power to procure and dispense them, and in this regard ~ 19 2, 69 | to hide but faithfully to dispense ~the talent committed to 20 2, 84 | can. Nullus: "Let none who dispense Holy Communion exact ~anything 21 2, 85 | have care of souls, and ~dispense spiritual things to the 22 2, 85 | who ~though clerics do not dispense spiritual things to the 23 2, 86 | above (A[3]). But no man can dispense in such ~a matter as this. 24 2, 86 | is properly ~speaking to dispense in the law: for a dispensation 25 2, 86 | as a person is said to ~dispense food to a household.~Aquin.: 26 2, 86 | to commute a vow than to dispense from ~a vow: both, however, 27 2, 86 | from a vow, he does not ~dispense him from keeping a precept 28 2, 86 | the Sovereign Pontiff can dispense a monk from ~keeping chastity," 29 2, 86 | reason the Church ~cannot dispense from a vow solemnized by 30 2, 86 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to dispense anyone from a vow seems 31 2, 86 | does not belong to all to dispense from every vow. ~Therefore 32 2, 86 | the power of a prelate to dispense from ~vows.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 86 | have held that prelates can dispense from vows at ~their will, 34 2, 86 | instance, if a ~prelate were to dispense a person from a vow to enter 35 2, 87 | 1/1~Whether anyone can dispense from an oath?~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 87 | would seem that no one can dispense from an oath. Just as ~truth 37 2, 87 | future. Now no one can dispense a man from swearing to the 38 2, 87 | Therefore neither can anyone dispense a man from ~making truth 39 2, 87 | dispensation, any ~bishop can dispense from an oath. And yet seemingly 40 2, 87 | this case any bishop can ~dispense. Sometimes, however, that 41 2, 95 | preachers of God's kingdom dispense with temporal aids, ~so 42 2, 98 | cases the bishop ~also can dispense, provided the beneficiary 43 2, 115 | riches ~all at once, but to dispense them: unless he do as Eliseus 44 2, 182 | alone it ~belongs also to dispense from perpetual vows), and 45 2, 183 | it, when he neglects to dispense it while ~under obligation 46 2, 183 | archbishop be unable to dispense from an ~irregularity; wherefore 47 2, 183 | choose such a one ~as will dispense the divine mysteries faithfully. 48 2, 183 | For the Pope alone can ~dispense from the perpetual vow, 49 2, 183 | office. For the rest ~he may dispense himself from them, according 50 2, 183 | way as religious superiors dispense themselves in such matters.~ 51 2, 184 | wealth all at once, but to dispense it; or ~perhaps to do as 52 2, 184 | monasterium): yet he can dispense a religious from obeying 53 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 3: The Pope cannot dispense a religious from his vow 54 2, 184 | superior, but this is not to dispense him from his vow of obedience.~ 55 2, 187 | permission, who alone can dispense from perpetual ~vows. Therefore 56 3, 64 | but not to angels, ~to dispense the sacraments and to take 57 3, 74 | the oblation; and so they dispense ~both together to the people. 58 3, 82 | belongs to the priest alone to dispense this sacrament?~(4) Whether 59 3, 82 | not belong to a priest to dispense the Lord's body.~Aquin.: 60 3, 82 | Therefore likewise, ~to dispense this sacrament belongs to 61 3, 82 | s duties, so that he may dispense the blood; ~but not the 62 3, 82 | belongs to the same person ~to dispense and to consecrate this sacrament.~ 63 Suppl, 6 | Therefore he can also ~dispense a man from confessing.~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 6 | Consequently, the Pope ~can neither dispense a man so that he may be 65 Suppl, 6 | sacrament. He can, however, dispense from confession, in so ~ 66 Suppl, 8 | the duty of prelates to dispense the ~sacraments, which the 67 Suppl, 22| Priests alone are competent to dispense the sacraments ~wherein 68 Suppl, 25| firstly, authority to ~dispense this treasure. secondly, 69 Suppl, 26| this reason they do not dispense all the sacraments. ~Hence 70 Suppl, 29| medium of the ministers who dispense the ~sacraments, and to 71 Suppl, 31| officially incompetent to dispense any sacrament: and that ~ 72 Suppl, 34| grace, but only the power to dispense the sacraments; for which 73 Suppl, 34| Further, more is requisite to dispense the sacraments than to receive ~ 74 Suppl, 34| wherein the power is given to ~dispense them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[34] 75 Suppl, 35| worthily, so is it ~that he may dispense them worthily. Wherefore 76 Suppl, 35| man is not ~appointed to dispense the sacraments except in 77 Suppl, 36| holily. Therefore no one can ~dispense from this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 78 Suppl, 37| Order a man is appointed to dispense ~the other sacraments. But 79 Suppl, 37| because they are competent to dispense ~the sacraments, although 80 Suppl, 37| body on the paten, and to dispense the blood with the ~chalice. 81 Suppl, 40| things. Now bishops can dispense certain ~sacraments which 82 Suppl, 40| sacraments which priests cannot dispense, namely Confirmation and 83 Suppl, 40| first to be appointed to dispense the sacraments: ~for he 84 Suppl, 40| has received full power to dispense the sacraments, and not ~ 85 Suppl, 66| Wherefore the Pope ~can dispense altogether from such an 86 Suppl, 66| wandering abroad he can dispense therefrom as regards the


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