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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prelate

   Part, Question
1 1, 108 | under the action of the prelate. So the very natural ~disposition 2 2, 31 | charity, be he subject or prelate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 3 2, 31 | is bound to correct his prelate?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 4 2, 31 | is bound to correct his prelate. For it ~is written (Ex. 5 2, 31 | subject is not equal to his ~prelate, he ought not to correct 6 2, 31 | of oneself than of one's ~prelate. Therefore one ought not 7 2, 31 | ought not to correct one's prelate. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 8 2, 31 | competent to administer to his prelate ~the correction which is 9 2, 31 | a ~subject corrects his prelate, he ought to do so in a 10 2, 31 | that a subject touches his prelate ~inordinately when he upbraids 11 2, 31 | them to admonish their ~prelate: "Say to Archippus: Fulfil 12 2, 31 | subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly. Hence ~Paul, 13 2, 31 | simply better than one's prelate, ~would seem to savor of 14 2, 31 | when a man reproves his ~prelate charitably, it does not 15 2, 31 | obey their prelates. Now a ~prelate sometimes commands either 16 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A prelate is not to be obeyed contrary 17 2, 31 | men." Therefore ~when a prelate commands anyone to tell 18 2, 31 | If, on the other hand, ~a prelate were to issue a command 19 2, 31 | to be obeyed, because a prelate is not the judge of secret 20 2, 31 | suspicion; in which cases a prelate can ~command just as a judge, 21 2, 31 | matter before a superior or a prelate is to tell the Church. ~ 22 2, 31 | to be made known to ~the prelate before it is stated to the 23 2, 31 | witnesses, in so far as the ~prelate is a private individual 24 2, 60 | being restored. Now if a prelate has unjustly taken something ~ 25 2, 60 | are three ways in which a prelate can rob the Church ~of her 26 2, 60 | his successor. Thirdly, a prelate may lay hands ~on Church 27 2, 61 | distinction with regard to a prelate's ~kinsfolk: for sometimes 28 2, 61 | Sometimes however the ~prelate's kinsfolk are as worthy 29 2, 86 | For no ~ecclesiastical prelate can make that which is sanctified 30 2, 86 | Much less, therefore, can a prelate make a man that is consecrated 31 2, 86 | stated above (A[7]). Hence no prelate of the Church can make ~ 32 2, 86 | priest no more, ~although a prelate may, for some particular 33 2, 86 | Whether the authority of a prelate is required for commutation 34 2, 86 | that the authority of a prelate is not required for ~the 35 2, 86 | authority of a superior prelate. Now by entering religion 36 2, 86 | authority of a superior prelate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 37 2, 86 | keep that vow. But if the ~prelate is at fault in his decision, 38 2, 86 | absolved from his vow, since no prelate can grant a ~dispensation 39 2, 86 | Therefore the Authority of a prelate is not ~required that one 40 2, 86 | Further, if it belongs to a prelate's power to grant ~dispensations 41 2, 86 | belong to the power of a prelate to dispense from ~vows.~ 42 2, 86 | Again in ~the Church a prelate stands in God's place. Therefore 43 2, 86 | requires the authority of a prelate who in God's ~stead declares 44 2, 86 | since whenever we ask a ~prelate for a dispensation we should 45 2, 86 | condition that ~the superior prelate be willing; thus it was 46 2, 86 | supposition: because a spiritual ~prelate being, not a master, but 47 2, 86 | But it ~does belong to a prelate to decide what is the more 48 2, 86 | presenting no difficulty, the ~prelate's dispensation would not 49 2, 86 | sin: for instance, if a ~prelate were to dispense a person 50 2, 86 | doubt, he could ~hold to the prelate's decision whether of commutation 51 2, 86 | to have recourse ~to the prelate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 52 2, 98 | would seem lawful ~for a prelate to receive something for 53 2, 98 | 1: If a cleric renders a prelate a lawful service, directed 54 2, 98 | service rendered to the prelate for the ~profit of his kindred, 55 2, 98 | simony; for instance, when a prelate and his ~entire chapter 56 2, 98 | notwithstanding the fact that the prelate or a member of the chapter 57 2, 98 | the gainers. But if the prelate and the entire chapter be 58 2, 180 | says (Pastor. ii, 1): ~"A prelate should be foremost in action, 59 2, 182 | says (Pastor. ii, 1), "a prelate should be ~foremost in action, 60 2, 183 | appointed to the ~office of prelate perceive something in himself 61 2, 183 | unlawful to him, yet the ~prelate who appoints him can do 62 2, 183 | known his defect to the ~prelate who has appointed him; and 63 2, 183 | obedience to his superior prelate, his vow is unlawful; ~but 64 2, 183 | to take up the office of prelate. Hence although Peter ~was 65 2, 183 | 1) "the occupations of a prelate ought to excel those ~of 66 2, 186 | this kind, the ordinary prelate is bound, if he cannot ~ 67 3, 8 | and thus every prince ~or prelate is head of the multitude 68 Suppl, 6 | inferior if the penitent be a prelate, yet he is the superior, 69 Suppl, 8 | But sometimes a rector or ~prelate is not a priest. Therefore 70 Suppl, 8 | who in this respect is the prelate's superior; even as ~one 71 Suppl, 8 | higher ~than the inferior prelate, as the Pope's penitentiary 72 Suppl, 11| heresy. He can also tell the prelate to watch over his flock ~ 73 Suppl, 19| consecrate, so neither can a ~prelate absolve if he be deprived 74 Suppl, 20| the contrary, The higher prelate is also "compassed with 75 Suppl, 26| like manner, so can every prelate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[26] A[ 76 Suppl, 26| 1~OBJ 2: Further, every prelate stands for a multitude, 77 Suppl, 26| third person. ~Therefore a prelate can assign the property 78 Suppl, 26| alone ~is properly called a prelate of the Church, wherefore 79 Suppl, 26| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prelate who, while in a state of 80 Suppl, 27| the honor of God. Now the ~prelate to whom is committed the 81 Suppl, 27| jurisdiction on himself, ~but a prelate can avail himself of those 82 Suppl, 71| Nor does it follow that a prelate of the Church can ~release


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