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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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offices

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1 1, 107 | arises from the diversity of offices and ~actions, as appears 2 1, 107 | according to their actions and ~offices, and all this diversity 3 1, 107 | according to their different offices ~and actions.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 107 | distinguished by their offices, as stated above (A[2]), 5 1, 107 | distinguish the angelic offices and orders ~in a general 6 1, 107 | order. But if we knew ~the offices and distinctions of the 7 1, 107 | distinction of orders and offices wherein each ~angel has 8 1, 107 | their fitness for similar offices, which ~fitness, indeed, 9 1, 107 | appears that the angelic offices ~are ordered for the purpose 10 1, 107 | Therefore ~the angelic offices and orders will not outlast 11 1, 107 | and the execution of their offices. The ~distinction of grades 12 1, 107 | execution of the angelic ~offices, it will to a certain degree 13 1, 107 | cease accordingly as their ~offices are directed towards leading 14 1, 107 | OBJ 2: Further, certain offices belong to the orders of 15 1, 107 | saints to exercise these offices; by ~working miracles, by 16 1, 109 | distinguished by ~different offices. But if corporeal creatures 17 1, 109 | would be as many angelic offices as there are species of 18 1, 109 | distinguished by their general offices. Hence as according to Gregory 19 1, 112 | are deputed to the greater offices. ~But it is not a greater 20 1, 112 | the least of the angelic offices to ~procure what concerns 21 1, 113 | of God in their ~various offices minister to man's salvation. 22 2, 95 | so are there other human offices. Therefore it seems that, 23 2, 95 | laws pertaining ~to other offices of the state.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 102 | entered accomplishing the offices of sacrifices." But the 25 2, 55 | distinguished according to various ~offices, hence when we speak of " 26 2, 97 | the Jews to hold public offices, ~"he must be excommunicated 27 2, 97 | sacrilege." Yet public ~offices have nothing to do with 28 2, 98 | the free granting of pious offices to any ~person. The ordinance 29 2, 181 | Ed. ~Did. viii, 8]. Hence offices differ properly in respect 30 2, 181 | 3: Differences of state, offices and grades are taken from ~ 31 2, 181 | distinct according to divine offices. For Isidore says ~(Etym. 32 2, 181 | There are various kinds of offices; but the foremost is that ~ 33 2, 182 | For the consideration ~of offices in relation to other acts 34 2, 182 | to some act in the Divine offices. Wherefore it has been stated ~ 35 2, 182 | under the distinction of offices. Hence by receiving a certain 36 3, 51 | He admonishes us that in offices of this kind which are ~ 37 3, 82 | recites in the ecclesiastical offices, wherein he ~takes the place 38 3, 82 | now occupied about the ~offices of the altar . . . despising 39 3, 83 | omitted in those sorrowful offices which ~commemorate our unhappy 40 3, 83 | spiritual joy; or in mournful offices the "Tract", ~expressive 41 3, 83 | ever to ~leave the Divine offices unfinished, unless he be 42 Suppl, 19| many exercising various offices but acting together with 43 Suppl, 35| humbled himself in the lower offices. And hence it is that ~according 44 Suppl, 36| appointed to the lesser offices. ~But he would be unable 45 Suppl, 36| unworthy subjects in his offices.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 46 Suppl, 37| persons occupy different ~offices. But the government of the 47 Suppl, 37| natural body there are various offices of ~the members. Therefore 48 Suppl, 37| appointed to the various offices; and this is shown by the 49 Suppl, 37| to ~any other than Divine offices. Now all these are sacred. 50 Suppl, 37| them in their ~respective offices and by doing something to 51 Suppl, 38| to use; even as ~secular offices in various cities are allotted 52 Suppl, 38| power in the hierarchical offices, as a bishop ~has, it does 53 Suppl, 38| therefrom ~dispose of the offices of the community. Now Orders 54 Suppl, 38| community. Now Orders are offices of the ~Church. Therefore 55 Suppl, 39| are not qualified for the offices ~entrusted to them, they 56 Suppl, 39| pledges himself to the Divine ~offices. And since no man can give 57 Suppl, 40| signified not only by the offices ~of the Levites, but also 58 Suppl, 40| exemplar of all ecclesiastical ~offices. Wherefore each minister 59 Suppl, 40| dedicate a thing to the Divine offices, as establishing the Divine ~ 60 Suppl, 40| exercise of the ~Divine offices to which they are deputed; 61 Suppl, 41| and ~building and to such offices as are necessary to the 62 Suppl, 41| accomplishment of those ~various offices by various individuals. 63 Suppl, 41| general inclination to various offices ~and acts, as already stated. 64 Suppl, 41| subject ~more to one of those offices, and another subject more 65 Suppl, 53| greater ~honesty in the offices of the Church. And since 66 Suppl, 54| as human ~contracts and offices are controlled by human 67 Suppl, 54| spiritual ~contracts and offices controlled by the law of 68 Suppl, 64| the ~exercise of divine offices, not because the act in 69 Suppl, 68| legitimate acts such as ~offices and dignities, which require 70 Suppl, 72| reference to their respective offices, and somewhat in reference 71 Suppl, 77| others occupy the very ~same offices and positions from which 72 Suppl, 86| take their names from the ~offices which they fulfill. Now 73 Suppl, 88| labor to fulfill their ~offices: thus the sun and moon fill


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