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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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excommunicate

   Part, Question
1 2, 37 | they neither absolve nor excommunicate, nor ~grant indulgence, 2 2, 66 | accusing, such as those who are excommunicate or of evil fame, or ~who 3 2, 183 | if he be irregular or ~excommunicate. In such a case he ought 4 3, 64 | avoid." But it seems that an excommunicate cannot ~confer a sacrament 5 3, 82 | heretics, schismatics, and excommunicate, are not able to ~consecrate 6 3, 82 | schismatics, and those who are ~excommunicate, "so do their orders remain 7 3, 82 | schismatics, and those who are excommunicate, can ~consecrate the Eucharist, 8 3, 82 | heretics, schismatics, and the ~excommunicate, who are outside the pale 9 3, 82 | not taken away from the excommunicate, as it were, ~perpetually, 10 3, 82 | communion from heretical, ~excommunicate, or sinful priests, and 11 3, 82 | Communion from heretical, ~excommunicate, or even sinful priests, 12 3, 82 | sinful, or heretics, or excommunicate, ~perform a valid sacrament. 13 3, 82 | heretical, schismatical, ~excommunicate, or even sinful priests, 14 3, 82 | is in a state of sin, or excommunicate, to consecrate the Eucharist, ~ 15 Suppl, 8 | order, as those who are excommunicate, ~degraded, and so forth. 16 Suppl, 19| are schismatics, heretics, excommunicate, ~suspended or degraded, 17 Suppl, 19| elect, and others who can ~excommunicate. But it is not properly 18 Suppl, 19| received even from one who is excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 19 Suppl, 19| are schismatics, heretics, excommunicate, suspended or ~degraded 20 Suppl, 19| schismatics, heretics, ~excommunicate, suspended or degraded have 21 Suppl, 20| court an inferior ~cannot excommunicate or absolve his superior. 22 Suppl, 20| can he empower another to excommunicate him. On the other ~hand, 23 Suppl, 21| 2) who has the power ~to excommunicate; (3) communication with 24 Suppl, 21| Whether the Church should excommunicate anyone?~(3) Whether anyone 25 Suppl, 21| declares that those who are ~excommunicate are deprived of - ~"os, 26 Suppl, 21| Whether the Church should excommunicate anyone?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 27 Suppl, 21| the Church ought not to excommunicate anyone, ~because excommunication 28 Suppl, 21| Therefore the Church should not excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 29 Suppl, 21| the Church should ~not excommunicate anyone.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 30 Suppl, 21| lawful for the Church to excommunicate for temporal injuries.~Aquin.: 31 Suppl, 21| charity, the Church can excommunicate a man for having inflicted 32 Suppl, 21| otherwise against him, must ~excommunicate him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] 33 Suppl, 22| 1/1 - OF THOSE WHO CAN EXCOMMUNICATE OR BE EXCOMMUNICATED (SIX 34 Suppl, 22| now consider those who can excommunicate or be excommunicated. ~Under 35 Suppl, 22| Whether every priest can excommunicate?~(2) Whether one who is 36 Suppl, 22| who is not a priest can excommunicate?~(3) Whether one who is 37 Suppl, 22| excommunicated or suspended, can excommunicate?~(4) Whether anyone can 38 Suppl, 22| 4) Whether anyone can excommunicate himself, or an equal, or 39 Suppl, 22| Whether every priest can excommunicate?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 40 Suppl, 22| seem that every priest can excommunicate. For ~excommunication is 41 Suppl, 22| Therefore every priest can excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 42 Suppl, 22| Therefore every priest ~can excommunicate his subjects.~Aquin.: SMT 43 Suppl, 22| Consequently those ~alone can excommunicate who have jurisdiction in 44 Suppl, 22| more common opinion can excommunicate, whereas parish ~priests 45 Suppl, 22| the law allows them to ~excommunicate. Others, however, have maintained 46 Suppl, 22| even parish priests ~can excommunicate: but the former opinion 47 Suppl, 22| whereby a ~man is competent to excommunicate, can be called a key. It 48 Suppl, 22| cases. Hence they ~cannot excommunicate, but they can absolve them 49 Suppl, 22| who are not priests can excommunicate? ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 50 Suppl, 22| are not priests cannot ~excommunicate. Because excommunication 51 Suppl, 22| Therefore they cannot excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 52 Suppl, 22| Neither therefore can he excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 53 Suppl, 22| legates and bishops-elect excommunicate, ~and yet sometimes they 54 Suppl, 22| Therefore not only priests can ~excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 55 Suppl, 22| a contentious court, can excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 56 Suppl, 22| excommunicated or suspended can excommunicate ~another?~Aquin.: SMT XP 57 Suppl, 22| excommunicated or suspended can ~excommunicate another. For such a one 58 Suppl, 22| excommunicated or ~suspended can excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 59 Suppl, 22| body of Christ ~than to excommunicate. But such persons can consecrate. 60 Suppl, 22| consecrate. Therefore they ~can excommunicate.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[22] A[ 61 Suppl, 22| is ~excommunicated cannot excommunicate another, since excommunication 62 Suppl, 22| excommunicated person cannot ~excommunicate, and the same reason applies 63 Suppl, 22| Para. 1/1~Whether a man can excommunicate himself, his equal, or his 64 Suppl, 22| would seem that a man can excommunicate himself, his equal, or ~ 65 Suppl, 22| 8). Therefore a man can ~excommunicate his superior.~Aquin.: SMT 66 Suppl, 22| things. Therefore a man can excommunicate himself, ~his equal, or 67 Suppl, 22| seems that a man ~may also excommunicate his superior, or his equal.~ 68 Suppl, 22| Therefore a man cannot excommunicate his superior, or his equal, 69 Suppl, 22| consequently, no one can excommunicate either himself, or his superior, ~ 70 Suppl, 22| judgment on them, so as ~to excommunicate them again.~Aquin.: SMT 71 Suppl, 24| belongs to the same power to excommunicate as to ~absolve from excommunication. 72 Suppl, 24| inferior degree cannot ~excommunicate their subjects. Neither, 73 Suppl, 26| 1/1~On the contrary, To excommunicate is less than to grant indulgences. 74 Suppl, 27| himself. thus no one can excommunicate ~himself. Therefore no one 75 Suppl, 27| grant indulgences and to excommunicate belong to the ~same power. 76 Suppl, 27| power. Now a man cannot excommunicate himself. Therefore he cannot ~ 77 Suppl, 49| Church, as though he were ~excommunicate. Therefore every such man 78 Suppl, 59| sin were he to marry an excommunicate woman, and yet the ~marriage


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