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prelacy 8
prelate 82
prelates 72
preliminary 2
premeditation 3
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72 pardoned
72 permission
72 potential
72 prelates
72 prince
72 strife
72 subtlety
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prelates

   Part, Question
1 1, 107 | assigned. For the order of prelates is the highest. But the 2 2, 102 | the building designate ~prelates and doctors, who ought to 3 2, 30 | under the power of their prelates to whom they ~have vowed 4 2, 31 | correction belongs only to prelates?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 5 2, 31 | fraternal correction belongs to prelates ~alone. For Jerome [*Origen, 6 2, 31 | against ~thee,'" etc. Now prelates having charge of others 7 2, 31 | fraternal correction ~belongs to prelates alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 8 2, 31 | spiritual matters, i.e. to prelates.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 9 2, 31 | of nature, it belongs to prelates alone to correct inferiors.~ 10 2, 31 | correction belongs only to prelates, whose business it ~is not 11 2, 31 | which is common ~to all, prelates have a grave responsibility, 12 2, 31 | and the ark signify our prelates. ~Therefore prelates should 13 2, 31 | our prelates. ~Therefore prelates should not be corrected 14 2, 31 | of ~mercy. Therefore even prelates ought to be corrected.~Aquin.: 15 2, 31 | twofold. One, which belongs to prelates, and is directed to the 16 2, 31 | correction ~administered by prelates, which has coercive power, 17 2, 31 | are bound to obey their prelates. Now a ~prelate sometimes 18 2, 38 | be above all the duty of prelates, for Gregory ~says (Hom. 19 2, 38 | Therefore it is lawful for prelates and clerics ~to fight.~Aquin.: 20 2, 38 | in itself, is lawful ~for prelates and clerics. Now it is sometimes 21 2, 38 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Prelates ought to withstand not only 22 2, 38 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Prelates and clerics may, by the 23 2, 41 | enjoined as in the case of ~prelates, or from the need on the 24 2, 41 | Church are consigned to prelates, and ~the goods of the community 25 2, 58 | distinct from temporal. Now prelates ~having spiritual power 26 2, 61 | sin, for ecclesiastical prelates are wont to do so. Therefore 27 2, 61 | states (Ethic. i, 5). Now prelates and princes should be ~honored 28 2, 61 | another's: thus princes and prelates, although they ~be wicked, 29 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Ecclesiastical prelates accept the office of earthly ~ 30 2, 86 | it is competent to all ~prelates, but it does not belong 31 2, 86 | OBJ 2: Some have held that prelates can dispense from vows at ~ 32 2, 86 | dispensation. To other and inferior prelates ~is the power committed 33 2, 89 | singing. Wherefore deacons and prelates, whom ~it becomes to incite 34 2, 98 | soldiers, and can be redeemed. ~Prelates also at times retain for 35 2, 98 | stewards and ministers are the prelates of churches, ordered spiritual ~ 36 2, 100 | to Heb. 13:17, "Obey your prelates, and be subject to them." ~ 37 2, 102 | Heb. 13:17): "Obey your prelates and ~be subject to them."~ 38 2, 175 | to ~subjects but to the prelates (although men who are subjects 39 2, 180 | persons of higher rank, namely prelates, who are ~placed in a position 40 2, 180 | the active life concerns prelates, they should ~also excel 41 2, 182 | 5) Whether especially prelates and religious are in the 42 2, 182 | perfection?~(6) Whether all prelates are in the state of perfection?~( 43 2, 182 | 1~Whether religious and prelates are in the state of perfection?~ 44 2, 182 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prelates and religious are not in 45 2, 182 | Tempore). Now there are many prelates and religious who have not 46 2, 182 | Therefore, if all religious and prelates ~are in the state of perfection, 47 2, 182 | Whether all ecclesiastical prelates are in the state of perfection?~ 48 2, 182 | that all ecclesiastical prelates are in a state of ~perfection. 49 2, 182 | is ~manifest that not all prelates are in the state of perfection, 50 2, 182 | more perfect than that of prelates?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 51 2, 182 | more perfect than that ~of prelates. For our Lord said (Mt. 52 2, 183 | appointment ~of the higher prelates, in whose person it is said ( 53 2, 183 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Moreover prelates are not transferred to the 54 2, 184 | Heb. 13:17), "Obey your prelates, and be subject to them." 55 2, 185 | the Gospel, but chiefly to prelates ~who are pastors and teachers. 56 2, 185 | by the authority of ~the prelates. Secondly, if they be ministers 57 2, 185 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Prelates are competent to preach 58 2, 186 | other than their ordinary prelates, who receive the tithes 59 2, 186 | addition to the ordinary ~prelates others should be chosen 60 3, 81 | proof. lest the Church's prelates might ~have an example for 61 3, 83 | commanded by the Church's prelates, it seems ~that the body 62 Suppl, 6 | to dispensation by the ~prelates of the Church. Now such 63 Suppl, 8 | there are some, such as prelates, who seem to have no ~priest 64 Suppl, 8 | Since it is the duty of prelates to dispense the ~sacraments, 65 Suppl, 8 | Wherefore if the higher prelates deem it expedient for ~the 66 Suppl, 8 | is done to the inferior ~prelates, except to those who "seek 67 Suppl, 22| only bishops and higher prelates, ~according to the more 68 Suppl, 26| charge of the people are not ~prelates strictly speaking, but assistants, 69 Suppl, 26| or abbots or other like prelates cannot grant ~indulgences.~ 70 Suppl, 26| power ~conferred on the prelates of the Church. Now mortal 71 Suppl, 93| affirm, that it is due ~to prelates only, who are competent 72 Suppl, 93| lawfully. ~Nor is it due to prelates, although they have the


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