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simoniacal 15
simoniacally 14
simoniacs 2
simony 75
simp 1
simple 495
simple-minded 3
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75 retains
75 rite
75 showing
75 simony
74 174
74 accused
74 advance
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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simony

   Part, Question
1 2, 75 | when a man ~is guilty of simony for the end of ambition, 2 2, 30 | OBJ 2: Further, the sin of simony consists in giving the corporal 3 2, 30 | all are the profits from simony ~ill-gotten, since thereby 4 2, 30 | unjustly. This ~happens in simony, wherein both giver and 5 2, 30 | alms out of the profits of ~simony, because they are not due 6 2, 60 | receiver who ~are guilty of simony. Therefore it is not always 7 2, 97 | consider (1) ~Sacrilege; (2) Simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] Out. 8 2, 98 | 100] Out. Para. 1/1 - ON SIMONY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 9 2, 98 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider simony, under which head there 10 2, 98 | of ~inquiry:~(1) What is simony?~(2) Whether it is lawful 11 2, 98 | alone makes a man guilty of simony, or ~also oral remuneration 12 2, 98 | 6) Of the punishment of simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 13 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether simony is an intentional will to 14 2, 98 | OBJ 1: It would seem that simony is not "an express will 15 2, 98 | with a spiritual thing." Simony is ~heresy, since it is 16 2, 98 | those who are guilty of ~simony: since the former in their 17 2, 98 | Q[10], A[2]). Therefore simony should not ~be defined as 18 2, 98 | Holy Ghost. Therefore, if simony is an intentional ~will 19 2, 98 | you ~possess." Therefore simony does not consist in a will 20 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, simony takes its name from Simon 21 2, 98 | sell anything. Therefore simony is not the will to sell 22 2, 98 | Therefore it would seem that simony is ~defined insufficiently.~ 23 2, 98 | the Pope cannot commit simony: yet he ~can buy or sell 24 2, 98 | something spiritual. Therefore simony is not the will to ~buy 25 2, 98 | Ghost is the heresy of ~simony."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 26 2, 98 | in the mind. Accordingly simony is said to be a ~"heresy," 27 2, 98 | will as its subject. ~Hence simony is fittingly defined from 28 2, 98 | without danger of committing simony, as laid down ~by law [* 29 2, 98 | be guilty of the vice of simony, like any ~other man, since 30 2, 98 | being guilty of the vice of simony. ~In like manner he might 31 2, 98 | like manner he might commit simony by accepting from a layman 32 2, 98 | sacraments, is the sin of simony, which cannot be excused 33 2, 98 | approved customs, is not simony, nor ~is it a sin. For it 34 2, 98 | or ~divine law" whereby simony is forbidden. Wherefore 35 2, 98 | having an appearance of simony or avarice, according to 36 2, 98 | would be an appearance of ~simony. But after the spiritual 37 2, 98 | not escape the guilt of ~simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 38 2, 98 | apparently it does not involve simony, which ~consists in buying 39 2, 98 | not said to be guilty of simony. Therefore oral ~remuneration 40 2, 98 | remuneration does not entail simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 41 2, 98 | received, is guilty of simony."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 42 2, 98 | contracts ~the guilt of simony by accepting money or any 43 2, 98 | rendered, and this will be ~simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 44 2, 98 | buying and selling, on which simony is based. But ~to present 45 2, 98 | the revenue is ~manifest simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 46 2, 98 | this chiefly one ~commits simony. Now to grant a request 47 2, 98 | Nevertheless there may be simony in the intention, if ~one 48 2, 98 | hypocrite ~is not guilty of simony. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 49 2, 98 | those who are guilty of simony are fittingly punished by 50 2, 98 | what they have acquired by simony?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 51 2, 98 | those who are guilty of simony are not ~fittingly punished 52 2, 98 | what they have acquired by ~simony. Simony is committed by 53 2, 98 | have acquired by ~simony. Simony is committed by acquiring 54 2, 98 | obtained the ~episcopate by simony commands a subject of his 55 2, 98 | if ~he has acquired it by simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 56 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefice by simony, were to restore ~what he 57 2, 98 | who had a share in his simony; for instance, when a prelate 58 2, 98 | chapter have consented to the simony. Therefore that which has ~ 59 2, 98 | which has ~been acquired by simony ought not always to be restored.~ 60 2, 98 | admission to a monastery by ~simony, and there takes the solemn 61 2, 98 | which he has acquired by simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 62 2, 98 | alone is the judge. Now ~simony is committed in the mere 63 2, 98 | what he has acquired by simony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 64 2, 98 | those who are ~guilty of simony are, by dispensation, promoted 65 2, 98 | those ~who are guilty of simony, by either selling or buying 66 2, 98 | a man who is guilty of simony, through having conferred 67 2, 98 | of ~his being guilty of simony; and they need to receive 68 2, 98 | prove him to be guilty of simony, but that one ~ought not 69 2, 98 | bishop has been guilty of simony otherwise than by a simoniacal ~ 70 2, 98 | they must quit: and if the simony was ~committed with their 71 2, 98 | will makes a man guilty of simony; ~but as regards the external 72 2, 183 | be ~guilty of murder or simony), or of body (for example 73 2, 183 | he owed his ~promotion to simony of which he was in ignorance, 74 Suppl, 25| for a temporal thing is simony. Therefore this ~ought not 75 Suppl, 25| evident that there is no simony in these ~transactions,


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