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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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clerics

   Part, Question
1 2, 98 | binding on them alone: thus clerics who are set aside for the 2 2, 98 | point of view, the state of clerics is better than that of the ~ 3 2, 38 | Whether it is lawful for clerics to fight?~(3) Whether it 4 2, 38 | Whether it is lawful for clerics and bishops to fight?~Aquin.: 5 2, 38 | It would seem lawful for clerics and bishops to fight. For, 6 2, 38 | lawful for prelates and clerics ~to fight.~Aquin.: SMT SS 7 2, 38 | is lawful for bishops and clerics to induce others to fight: 8 2, 38 | lawful ~for prelates and clerics. Now it is sometimes right 9 2, 38 | lawful ~for bishops and clerics to fight.~Aquin.: SMT SS 10 2, 38 | representing bishops and ~clerics (Mt. 16:52): "Put up again 11 2, 38 | enterprises are forbidden to clerics, ~because they unsettle 12 2, 38 | altogether unlawful for clerics to fight, because war is 13 2, 38 | Reply OBJ 2: Prelates and clerics may, by the authority of 14 2, 38 | purpose that bishops or clerics ~were first allowed to go 15 2, 38 | spiritual good to which clerics are deputed. ~Wherefore 16 2, 38 | Wherefore it is the duty of clerics to dispose and counsel other 17 2, 38 | is rendered unlawful for clerics, by reason of their being 18 2, 62 | Whether it is lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers?~Aquin.: 19 2, 62 | It would seem lawful for clerics to kill evil-doers. For 20 2, 62 | to kill evil-doers. For clerics ~especially should fulfil 21 2, 62 | Therefore it seems that even clerics may kill evil-doers.~Aquin.: 22 2, 62 | Much more therefore may ~clerics, who are God's ministers 23 2, 62 | A[3]). Therefore those clerics ~who are earthly princes 24 2, 62 | that, It is unlawful for clerics to kill, for two reasons. ~ 25 2, 62 | Therefore it becomes not clerics to strike or kill: for ministers 26 2, 62 | other reason is ~because clerics are entrusted with the ministry 27 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: The ministry of clerics is concerned with better 28 2, 62 | Decretals: "Concerning the clerics about whom you have ~consulted 29 2, 62 | circumstances whatever." Now ~clerics and laymen are alike bound 30 2, 64 | such as both monks and clerics ~who in considerable number 31 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, clerics and priests, more than others, 32 2, 68 | necessary for salvation. Yet clerics and priests ~are forbidden 33 2, 68 | bishops, priests, ~deacons and clerics of the Roman Church, on 34 2, 69 | religion, as monks and ~clerics, while others are debarred 35 2, 69 | cause ~whatever, or that clerics should plead in a secular 36 2, 69 | connected with them. Moreover, clerics ~can be advocates in the 37 2, 69 | some, like religious and clerics, are debarred from pleading 38 2, 75 | seem to be ~forbidden to clerics except on account of its 39 2, 75 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Clerics should abstain not only 40 2, 75 | to worldly gain, which ~clerics should despise, and because 41 2, 75 | Nevertheless it is lawful for clerics to engage in ~the first 42 2, 84 | oblations. ~Now "the case of clerics is distinct from the case 43 2, 85 | OBJ 1: It would seem that clerics also are bound to pay tithes. 44 2, 85 | Further, some religious are clerics; and yet they are bound 45 2, 85 | OBJ 2: Religious who are clerics, if they have care of souls, 46 2, 85 | other religious, who ~though clerics do not dispense spiritual 47 2, 87 | account of his dignity, as clerics, or ~on account of the solemnity 48 2, 98 | appointed to instruct the clerics of ~that church and other 49 2, 98 | to the ~presentation of clerics to ecclesiastical benefices; 50 2, 98 | and deposition, if they be clerics, and ~excommunication if 51 2, 106 | only to the good of ~the clerics.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 52 2, 182 | Clerici qui monachorum.): ~"Clerics who wish to take the monastic 53 2, 182 | there compares monks with clerics as regards the ~pre-eminence 54 2, 182 | monastery attain to the order of clerics, we bid them not to lay ~ 55 2, 183 | means of gifts in being made clerics."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 56 2, 183 | the Latin 'sors.' Hence clerics are so called either because 57 2, 183 | estate, i.e. ~portion of clerics. Now he that possesses the 58 2, 183 | not only bishops but even ~clerics should have nothing of their 59 2, 183 | Now ~neither bishops nor clerics ought thus to possess means 60 2, 183 | It is right that those clerics who ~receive no goods from 61 2, 183 | attain to the order of clerics, we bid them not to lay 62 2, 185 | above belong to ~the duty of clerics, so also do preaching and 63 2, 185 | unlawful for either monks or ~clerics to carry on secular business 64 2, 185 | applies to religious as to clerics, because they ~are both 65 2, 185 | Wherefore religious and clerics whose monasteries or ~churches 66 2, 187 | are ~essentially religious clerics. On the other hand, monastic 67 2, 187 | religious are ~not essentially clerics, according to the Decretals ( 68 2, 187 | If, however, the monks be clerics devoting ~themselves to 69 3, 71 | exorcisms and breathings of the clerics."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 70 3, 83 | he be a layman; but let ~clerics or monks, deacons and priests, 71 3, 89 | even the lowest orders of clerics." ~Therefore man does not, 72 3, 89 | of Agde: "Contumacious ~clerics, so far as their position 73 Suppl, 28| be imposed on women and clerics, and ~whether any priest 74 Suppl, 28| it ought to be imposed on clerics. For it is ~enjoined on 75 Suppl, 28| men and women; but not on clerics, for ~fear of scandal. Nor 76 Suppl, 40| inheritance (Jer. 32:8). Therefore clerics can ~retain their patrimony.~ 77 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Clerics by receiving the tonsure, 78 Suppl, 40| Divine worship to which clerics are appointed, ~although 79 Suppl, 40| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Clerics promoted to holy orders, 80 Suppl, 40| cannot, do, namely ordain clerics, bless virgins, consecrate ~ 81 Suppl, 40| dedicate churches, depose clerics, celebrate ~synods, consecrate 82 Suppl, 66| grant a dispensation to clerics who, as far as they could


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