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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 70 | while kindness helps us to cure those ~evils; and goodness, 2 2, 98 | imperfect, if it helps to cure him, without being able 3 2, 13 | whatever might be a means of cure, as when it takes away the ~ 4 2, 13 | although God ~is able to cure such a disease. So too, 5 2, 58 | with greater certainty of a cure, it is ~expedient to take 6 2, 98 | that he may obtain the cure of souls, ~his very presumption 7 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefice without the cure of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 8 2, 98 | forfeit the ~dignity or cure that he has acquired with 9 2, 99 | visit him and see to his ~cure; if he be poor, it is fitting 10 2, 154 | knowledge does not suffice to cure the incontinent ~man, for 11 2, 160 | wise physician, in order to cure a worse disease, allows 12 2, 182 | priests also are who have the cure of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS 13 2, 182 | consecration receive ~the cure of souls, so also do parish 14 2, 182 | priests and deacons having cure of souls two things ~may 15 2, 182 | namely their order and their cure. Their order is ~directed 16 2, 182 | perfection on ~the part of the cure which they take upon themselves. 17 2, 182 | perpetual vow to retain ~the cure of souls; but they can surrender 18 2, 182 | simple prebend without ~cure, which would be nowise lawful, 19 2, 182 | cannot abandon the episcopal ~cure, save by the authority of 20 2, 182 | Bishops have the chief cure of the sheep of their diocese, ~ 21 2, 182 | the Church the episcopal cure is conferred with the ~solemnity 22 2, 182 | parish priest receives ~his cure by simple appointment; although 23 2, 182 | receiving orders before having a cure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 24 2, 182 | archdeacons have not the chief cure, ~but a certain ministry 25 2, 182 | they have a share ~in their cure. Hence we should say that 26 2, 182 | our ~neighbor, of whose cure he is the "warden," and 27 2, 182 | that priests who have the cure of souls are more perfect ~ 28 2, 182 | priestly office with a cure attached, as appears (XVI, 29 2, 182 | archdeacons. through having ~cure of souls, are more like 30 2, 182 | office that they have the cure of souls committed to them.~ 31 2, 182 | priest by order, having the cure of souls by office, as many ~ 32 2, 182 | and deacons not having the cure of souls, it is evident 33 2, 182 | pledge his whole life to the cure of souls, as a bishop does, 34 2, 182 | bishop, to exercise the cure of souls in ~chief, but 35 2, 182 | particulars regarding the cure of souls ~committed to his 36 2, 182 | office of one having the cure of souls, in this ~way it 37 2, 182 | with the exercise ~of the cure of souls, on account of 38 2, 182 | lesser order who has the cure of ~souls, but of a bishop, 39 2, 182 | state of one who has the cure of souls is fraught with ~ 40 2, 182 | religious state to receive the ~cure of souls, being already 41 2, 182 | namely the office of the cure, yet they do not put ~aside 42 2, 182 | religion, resign their cure, in order to enter the state 43 2, 182 | respect, namely as regards the cure of souls ~which they have 44 2, 183 | appointed to the pastoral cure - for ~instance, if he have 45 2, 183 | lawfully forsake the episcopal cure, in order to ~enter religion?~ 46 2, 183 | lawfully forsake his episcopal cure ~in order to enter religion. 47 2, 183 | who gives up the episcopal cure. Therefore it would seem 48 2, 183 | not forsake the episcopal cure and enter religion.~Aquin.: 49 2, 183 | to resign their episcopal cure are compelled to resign ~( 50 2, 183 | to give up the episcopal cure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 51 2, 183 | bound to retain the pastoral cure so long as he ~is able to 52 2, 183 | Church; ~because the pastoral cure is not to be laid aside 53 2, 185 | incompatible, namely, the ordinary ~cure of ecclesiastical duties, 54 2, 185 | superiors having ordinary cure; especially members of ~ 55 2, 187 | monastery and renounce his cure. However, in the court of 56 2, 187 | that "he who undertakes the cure of ~souls, receives an awful 57 2, 187 | priest is ~able to fulfil the cure of souls, to which obligation 58 2, 187 | for him to lay aside the cure of souls in ~order to enter 59 2, 187 | But if ~all priests having cure of souls were to enter religion, 60 2, 187 | solemn vow to retain the cure of souls. Wherefore bishops ~" 61 2, 187 | hands of the bishop the cure entrusted to them, without ~ 62 3, 14 | incurable." But Christ came to cure all our defects. ~Therefore 63 3, 30 | adduces a proof, not as ~a cure for unbelief, but in order 64 3, 43 | He cast out demons, "the cure of the sick, the raising 65 3, 65 | i.e. sin, hence man needs a cure from ~his infirmity; which 66 3, 65 | from ~his infirmity; which cure is twofold. one is the healing, 67 3, 69 | Mk. 9:27,28: "What is a cure for the heel is no cure 68 3, 69 | cure for the heel is no cure for ~the eye." But original 69 3, 84 | cast out devils," and "to cure diseases" (Mt. 10:1; Lk. 70 Suppl, 16| as there can be no actual cure from the wound of sin without 71 Suppl, 16| there no possibility of cure without the habit of ~penance. 72 Suppl, 28| need great care in their cure. Hence the ~imposition of 73 Suppl, 30| of this sacrament is ~to cure the sickness of sin. Therefore, 74 Suppl, 30| is a spiritual healing or cure. Now just as a bodily cure 75 Suppl, 30| cure. Now just as a bodily cure presupposes ~bodily life 76 Suppl, 30| cured, so does a spiritual cure presuppose ~spiritual life. 77 Suppl, 33| under ~the form of a bodily cure. But a bodily cure is repeated. 78 Suppl, 33| bodily cure. But a bodily cure is repeated. Therefore this ~ 79 Suppl, 71| Further, Augustine says (De Cure pro Mort. i): "Of no small


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