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orders 619
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ordinance 73
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73 ordinance
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73 presuppose
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ordinance

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1 1, 17 | things proceeds from the ordinance of that intellect, unless 2 1, 58 | dependent on God's supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, owing to 3 1, 58 | therein, save under the Divine ordinance; hence ~there can be no 4 1, 63 | follows that the Divine ordinance was frustrated in the noblest 5 1, 59 | dependent on God's supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, owing to 6 1, 59 | therein, save under the Divine ordinance; hence ~there can be no 7 1, 64 | follows that the Divine ordinance was frustrated in the noblest 8 1, 113 | men. But by the ~Divine ordinance this tends to the glory 9 2, 76 | words quoted refer to an ordinance of the ~legislator named 10 2, 90 | Etym. v, 10): "A law is an ordinance of ~the people, whereby 11 2, 90 | is nothing else than an ordinance of reason for the ~common 12 2, 91 | man, which, by the Divine ordinance, is ~allotted to him, according 13 2, 92 | consists in ~its being an ordinance made by a superior to his 14 2, 96 | its scope, "resisteth the ordinance of God"; so that he becomes ~ 15 2, 98 | observances according to Divine ordinance, if they could have been ~ 16 2, 100 | the decalogue contains no ordinance as to man's behavior towards ~ 17 2, 100 | whatever matter there is an ordinance of a precept of the ~decalogue, 18 2, 100 | that "they have changed the ordinance, they have broken the everlasting ~ 19 2, 34 | according to God's just ordinance, either for the ~correction 20 2, 62 | They that resist the ordinance of God purchase to ~themselves 21 2, 62 | the power, resisteth the ~ordinance of God: and they that resist, 22 2, 62 | According to the Divine ordinance the life of animals and ~ 23 2, 62 | i, 20), "by a most just ordinance of the Creator, both ~their 24 2, 67 | the ~power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist, 25 2, 71 | the backbiter, but to the ordinance of God Who produces ~good 26 2, 85 | proportion is left to the ordinance of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 98 | it would be an unlawful ordinance ~if it were decreed in any 28 2, 98 | were paid, because such an ~ordinance would preclude the free 29 2, 98 | offices to any ~person. The ordinance would be more in keeping 30 2, 98 | others. Moreover, ~the former ordinance has the appearance of an 31 2, 102 | done contrary to the divine ordinance. Now God has so ordered ~ 32 2, 102 | the power, resist the ordinance of God" (cf. St. ~Augustine, 33 2, 103 | the power, resisteth the ordinance of God." It is also ~contrary 34 2, 145 | themselves, but only through the ordinance of the Church. Hence there 35 2, 159 | defined ~according to the ordinance of the law, and consequently 36 2, 159 | the means to the end. This ordinance, as to its essence, is ~ 37 2, 159 | by the reason; and this ordinance is the effect of ~justice, 38 2, 159 | a man a good ~subject to ordinance of all kinds and in all 39 2, 182 | rather than by the very ~ordinance of our Lord, they are above 40 2, 184 | expressed under the form of ordinance or statute ~binding under 41 2, 184 | of the Church does ~every ordinance or statute bind under mortal 42 2, 184 | refuses to submit to the ordinance of the law or rule, and ~ 43 2, 184 | do something against the ordinance of the law or rule through 44 2, 185 | can. Hoc nequaquam) in an ordinance of ~a synod of Constantinople [* 45 2, 185 | office or ~transgress the ordinance of the Church. Therefore 46 2, 185 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in an ordinance of the Council of Nicea ( 47 2, 185 | those who are irregular by ordinance of the Church may not ~be 48 2, 185 | Reply OBJ 2: Again, this ordinance of the Council of Nicea 49 2, 187 | still ~remains, because the ordinance of the law whereby one man 50 2, 187 | a vow is subject to the ordinance of the Church, on account 51 3, 20 | operation of the Divine ordinance. Thirdly, human nature is 52 3, 20 | Christ "is subject to the ordinance of God the Father." And 53 3, 20 | 17), being subject to His ordinance, according to Wis. 16:24: ~" 54 3, 46 | deceived and His will or ordinance to be frustrated, then, ~ 55 3, 46 | God's foreknowledge and ordinance regarding Christ's Passion, ~ 56 3, 46 | Divine foreknowledge and ordinance. ~And the same reason holds 57 3, 46 | Body Para. 2/2~As to God's ordinance, Christ was crucified with 58 3, 50 | namely, inasmuch as by God's ordinance there remains ~in the dead 59 Suppl, 47| is not included under the ordinance, 'That which ~is done through 60 Suppl, 50| disobeying the ~Church's ordinance, and yet it would be a valid 61 Suppl, 53| it is on account of the ordinance of the Church. But this 62 Suppl, 53| is owing to the Church's ordinance that it is ~actually an 63 Suppl, 54| degrees can be fixed by the ordinance of the ~Church?~Aquin.: 64 Suppl, 54| also is baptism. Now no ~ordinance of the Church could prevent 65 Suppl, 54| Therefore neither can an ordinance of the Church forbid ~marriage 66 Suppl, 54| the Church cannot by its ~ordinance permit or forbid certain 67 Suppl, 54| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, an ordinance of positive law should have 68 Suppl, 58| contract, it comes ~under the ordinance of positive law like other 69 Suppl, 60| disobeying the Church's ~ordinance, the marriage is nevertheless 70 Suppl, 64| reference ~to some canonical ordinance, such as that of the Council 71 Suppl, 71| this seems contrary to the ordinance ~of the Church which has 72 Suppl, 71| this ~case the Church's ordinance in appointing certain special 73 Suppl, 74| heavenly movement is ~God's ordinance alone, which is unknown


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