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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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debarred

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | hence near relations are debarred from intermarriage, as is 2 2, 102 | unreasonable that anyone should be debarred ~from the priesthood on 3 2, 103 | the converted Jews to be ~debarred at once from observing the 4 2, 66 | Nothing prevents a man being debarred by sin from doing ~what 5 2, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: Subjects are debarred from accusing their superiors, " 6 2, 69 | advocate. For no man should be debarred from doing works of ~mercy. 7 2, 69 | Therefore no man should be debarred from this office.~Aquin.: 8 2, 69 | unfitting that some should be debarred ~from the office of advocate, 9 2, 69 | clerics, while others are debarred on account of sin, as persons 10 2, 69 | certain persons should be debarred from pleading the cause ~ 11 2, 69 | Infames, many ~persons are debarred from the office of advocate.~ 12 2, 69 | In two ways a person is debarred from performing a ~certain 13 2, 69 | impossible, is absolutely debarred from performing it, he to 14 2, 69 | act ~is unbecoming is not debarred altogether, since necessity 15 2, 69 | unbecomingness. Accordingly some are debarred from the office of ~advocate 16 2, 69 | points, are ~altogether debarred from being advocates either 17 2, 69 | Certain persons are sometimes debarred by unbecomingness, ~and 18 2, 69 | religious and clerics, are debarred from pleading in causes, ~ 19 2, 87 | contrary effects. Now some are debarred ~from swearing on account 20 2, 87 | person ought not to be ~debarred from swearing either on 21 2, 87 | the age of puberty are debarred from taking oaths [*Caus. 22 2, 87 | reverence. Perjurers also are debarred from taking an oath, ~because 23 2, 87 | this way ~that some are debarred from swearing, through being 24 2, 152 | Wherefore if they were not debarred from venereal ~union, opportunities 25 2, 161 | statement that they were debarred by God ~from a good and 26 2, 165 | Maybe, the philosophers were debarred from the faith by their 27 2, 183 | Dei xix, 19): "No man is debarred from striving for the ~knowledge 28 2, 185 | because they ~are both debarred from secular business on 29 3, 72 | women, old men, and boys are debarred from taking part therein. ~ 30 3, 80 | he is not on that account debarred from ~receiving this sacrament. 31 3, 80 | much less should he be ~debarred through defilement resulting 32 3, 80 | defilement of the flesh a man is debarred from ~taking this which 33 3, 82 | all ~who are sinners are debarred by the Church's sentence 34 3, 89 | ecclesiastical dignity. This he is debarred from recovering: first, ~ 35 Suppl, 23| OBJ 3: Further, no man is debarred from receiving the Eucharist 36 Suppl, 23| which it is allowed, is ~debarred from receiving the Eucharist, 37 Suppl, 23| OBJ 3: Sometimes a man is debarred from the Eucharist even 38 Suppl, 36| neither should the like be debarred from His service in the ~ 39 Suppl, 37| these must be ~altogether debarred from beholding Divine things 40 Suppl, 39| Whether a man should be debarred from receiving Orders on 41 Suppl, 39| that a man ought not to be debarred from receiving ~Orders on 42 Suppl, 39| in the New ~Testament be debarred from receiving Orders on 43 Suppl, 39| Further, no one should be debarred from a sacrament on account 44 Suppl, 39| illegitimate birth should be debarred from receiving ~Orders?~ 45 Suppl, 39| illegitimate birth should not ~be debarred from receiving Orders. For 46 Suppl, 39| Therefore neither should he be debarred by the unlawful ~intercourse 47 Suppl, 39| of an unlawful union are debarred from receiving orders, unless ~ 48 Suppl, 39| that a man ought not to be debarred from receiving ~Orders on 49 Suppl, 39| contrary, The like were debarred from the ministry of the 50 Suppl, 39| therefore should they be debarred in the ~New Law.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 39| from a lack of members is ~debarred from receiving Orders, if 52 Suppl, 39| imperilled; otherwise ~he is not debarred. This integrity, however, 53 Suppl, 49| wife for ~mere pleasure is debarred from entering the Church, 54 Suppl, 54| uncivilized nations no person is debarred from marriage by reason 55 Suppl, 54| that certain persons are debarred from marriage on account 56 Suppl, 54| created that one should be debarred from marrying one's father 57 Suppl, 54| a ~father and mother are debarred from marrying their children; 58 Suppl, 54| degrees ~of consanguinity are debarred from marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 59 Suppl, 54| father and mother alone were debarred from ~marrying their children, 60 Suppl, 54| such persons were to be ~debarred as were unfitted for marriage 61 Suppl, 54| all ~those persons were debarred from marrying one another 62 Suppl, 54| arising from cohabitation; and debarred those persons who were in 63 Suppl, 55| Wherefore a stranger ~is debarred from accusing when there 64 Suppl, 55| related they be, are not debarred from accusing, when the ~ 65 Suppl, 55| place, the parents should be debarred from witnessing as being 66 Suppl, 55| private hatred or love ~are debarred from giving evidence. Now 67 Suppl, 58| man. But ~women are not debarred from marriage. Neither therefore 68 Suppl, 58| therefore should men be ~debarred on account of frigidity.~ 69 Suppl, 63| Further, no one should be debarred from being present at such ~ 70 Suppl, 63| lawful. Yet priests are debarred from being ~present at second 71 Suppl, 63| consecrated to Divine things are debarred not ~only from unlawful 72 Suppl, 63| and consequently they are debarred from second marriages, ~ 73 Suppl, 66| than one wife, so ~as to be debarred, according to the Apostle ( 74 Suppl, 67| sufficient, the wife was debarred from a second marriage, ~ 75 Suppl, 69| punishment ~due to those who are debarred from the reception of glory


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