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secrets 41
sect 4
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secular 80
seculars 16
secundinus 1
secundum 3
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80 secular
80 sensation
80 tending
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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secular

   Part, Question
1 2, 13 | for certain posts, whether secular or ~ecclesiastical, by those 2 2, 98 | ranks of the clergy, and secular persons to those of ~the 3 2, 10 | their possessions, even as secular princes have enacted many 4 2, 11 | condemned to death by ~the secular authority, much more reason 5 2, 11 | furthermore delivers him to the ~secular tribunal to be exterminated 6 2, 11 | abjured, must be left to the secular tribunal." Therefore they ~ 7 2, 11 | repute, ecclesiastical or secular dignity, for we are not 8 2, 18 | punishments ~inflicted by the secular power. Now such like punishments 9 2, 18 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When the secular power inflicts punishment 10 2, 18 | doth evil." To fear the secular power in this way is part, 11 2, 24 | God; as when we fear the ~secular power by reason of its exercising 12 2, 31 | just as a judge, whether secular or ecclesiastical, can bind 13 2, 37 | must be punished by the secular ~power." Therefore they 14 2, 37 | should be compelled by the ~secular power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 15 2, 37 | employs the compulsion of the secular ~arm. If, however, one punishment 16 2, 38 | entangleth ~himself with secular business." The second reason 17 2, 40 | contrary to the temporal or ~secular unity of the multitude, 18 2, 58 | matters concerning the ~secular power. Therefore usurped 19 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The secular power is subject to the 20 2, 62 | power is greater than the secular and is more ~united to God. 21 2, 62 | united to God. Now the secular power as "God's minister" 22 2, 69 | clerics should plead in a secular court, because such ~persons 23 2, 75 | entangleth himself with ~secular businesses." Nevertheless 24 2, 85 | entangleth ~himself with secular business." Wherefore in 25 2, 102 | faithful are bound to obey the secular power?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 26 2, 102 | Christians are bound to obey the secular powers?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 27 2, 102 | are not bound to obey the secular power. ~For a gloss on Mt. 28 2, 102 | are not bound to obey the secular power.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 29 2, 102 | men are subject to the ~secular power is of less account 30 2, 102 | were under the power of secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS 31 2, 102 | therefore the authority of ~secular princes is frequently exercised 32 2, 102 | Christians ought not to ~obey secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS 33 2, 102 | the obligation of ~obeying secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 102 | 3: Man is bound to obey secular princes in so far as this 35 2, 145 | Just as it belongs to the secular authority to make legal ~ 36 2, 182 | the bishop and leading a secular ~life is inspired by the 37 2, 182 | distinction between religious ~and secular life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] 38 2, 183 | s judgment, and makes a ~secular abuse of his ecclesiastical 39 2, 183 | authority, by turning it to secular ~uses."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 40 2, 184 | same kind of sin than a secular person?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 41 2, 184 | false, since some who lead a secular life fulfil some of the ~ 42 2, 184 | life would be taken up with secular business; for instance if 43 2, 184 | life being taken up with secular ~actions; wherefore there 44 2, 184 | state is safer than the secular state; ~wherefore Gregory 45 2, 184 | Episc. i] compares the secular life to the stormy sea, 46 2, 184 | sins more grievously than a secular by the same kind ~of sin?~ 47 2, 184 | more grievously than ~a secular by the same kind of sin. 48 2, 184 | like sin committed by a secular. First, if it be against ~ 49 2, 184 | same kind of sin than a secular, ~because his sin if slight 50 2, 185 | lawful for them to meddle in secular business?~(3) Whether they 51 2, 185 | to occupy themselves with secular ~business?~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 185 | occupy themselves with ~secular business. For in the decree 53 2, 185 | be altogether free ~from secular business; and this is most 54 2, 185 | entangleth himself with secular ~business." Now it is the 55 2, 185 | to occupy themselves with secular ~business.~Aquin.: SMT SS 56 2, 185 | not occupy themselves with secular business.~Aquin.: SMT SS 57 2, 185 | voluptuous." But the needs of secular ~business induce men to 58 2, 185 | to occupy themselves with secular business.~Aquin.: SMT SS 59 2, 185 | or ~clerics to carry on secular business from motives of 60 2, 185 | administration and direction of ~secular business. Wherefore it is 61 2, 185 | property or occupy himself with secular business, save with a view 62 2, 185 | are both debarred from secular business on the same grounds, 63 2, 185 | to occupy themselves with secular ~business from motives of 64 2, 185 | To occupy oneself with secular business on account of ~ 65 2, 186 | or occupy ~himself with secular business, save with a view 66 2, 186 | service, on account ~of the secular princes being unable to 67 2, 186 | philosophy, and even now some secular persons are known as ~professors 68 2, 186 | letters in the ~matter of secular learning: whereas it becomes 69 2, 187 | bound by the cares of the secular life, and by the ties of 70 2, 187 | the bishop and leading a secular life, is inspired by the 71 3, 83 | subject to the ruling of secular princes; hence the Apostle 72 Suppl, 6 | 5~Others again say that secular persons are not bound to 73 Suppl, 17| This may ~be seen even in secular courts, for a secular judge 74 Suppl, 17| in secular courts, for a secular judge may have the ~authority 75 Suppl, 34| means of consecration, so is secular authority, since kings also 76 Suppl, 38| they are to use; even as ~secular offices in various cities 77 Suppl, 40| between religious and the secular clergy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 78 Suppl, 60| upon his wife before ~a secular court, and demand that she 79 Suppl, 60| punishment ~to be inflicted by a secular court. Therefore in no case 80 Suppl, 62| crime to be punished in a secular ~court, and then it is necessary


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