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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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princes

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | spirit," what "none of the princes of this world knew" (1 Cor. 2 1, 32 | of this world, nor of the princes of this world; but we speak ~ 3 1, 32 | of God which none of the princes of the world" - i.e. the ~ 4 1, 57 | that it was known to the princes and powers in heavenly places." 5 1, 58 | that it was known to the princes and powers in heavenly places." 6 1, 107| archangels are as it were angel princes. Therefore this ~name ought 7 1, 107| more illustrious heavenly princes the name of Lord by participation, ~ 8 1, 107| them, are ~properly called "princes," according to the words, " 9 1, 107| according to the words, "Princes went before ~joined with 10 1, 107| Archangels" are called the "angel princes"; forasmuch as ~they are 11 1, 107| forasmuch as ~they are princes as regards the "Angels," 12 1, 112| whom we call the angel princes. Hence, ~Michael, whom we 13 1, 112| also styled "one of the princes" ~(Dan. 10:13). Moreover 14 2, 84 | overturned the thrones of proud princes"; indeed this is the ~point 15 2, 95 | in the state, there are princes, priests and ~soldiers, 16 2, 95 | praying to God for the people; princes, by ~governing the people; 17 2, 102| among men for kings ~and princes, who ought to be reverenced 18 2, 105| craving for such things princes become tyrants and forsake ~ 19 2, 105| not by ~Me: they have been princes, and I knew not."~Aquin.: 20 2, 10 | were members of unbelieving princes' ~households, for we read 21 2, 10 | possessions, even as secular princes have enacted many laws to 22 2, 10 | idolatry, in ~fact Christian princes at first caused the temples 23 2, 10 | are bondsmen of kings and ~princes: therefore their children 24 2, 10 | Consequently kings and ~princes have the power to do what 25 2, 10 | very powerful ~catholic princes like Constantine and Theodosius, 26 2, 10 | 3: Jews are bondsmen of princes by civil bondage, which 27 2, 12 | apostasy from ~the faith, princes were to lose their right 28 2, 12 | Ad abolendam]. Therefore princes should not be obeyed ~when 29 2, 12 | power of curbing earthly princes; and so she allowed ~the 30 2, 55 | some are priests, some are princes. ~Therefore some special 31 2, 60 | in the case of earthly ~princes who do not incur any great 32 2, 61 | i, 5). Now prelates and princes should be ~honored although 33 2, 61 | also for another's: thus princes and prelates, although they ~ 34 2, 62 | clerics ~who are earthly princes may lawfully slay malefactors.~ 35 2, 62 | accept the office of earthly ~princes, not that they may inflict 36 2, 64 | OBJ 3: Further, earthly princes violently extort many things 37 2, 64 | burglars do. As regards princes, the public power is entrusted 38 2, 64 | ordered by the laws of earthly princes to forfeit those goods. 39 2, 64 | OBJ 3: It is no robbery if princes exact from their subjects 40 2, 64 | written (Ezech. 22:27): "Her princes in the midst of her, are 41 2, 67 | according to Ezech. 22:21, "Her princes in the midst ~of her are 42 2, 67 | case, to ~resist wicked princes; except perhaps in order 43 2, 83 | greater than any earthly ~princes: and yet the subjects of 44 2, 85 | person, thus taxes are due to princes, and wages due to workmen. ~ 45 2, 87 | God's justice which the princes of the earth are appointed 46 2, 102| Admonish them to be subject to princes, and to obey at a word," 47 2, 102| under the power of secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 48 2, 102| the authority of ~secular princes is frequently exercised 49 2, 102| ought not to ~obey secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 50 2, 102| Admonish them to be subject ~to princes and powers," and (1 Pt. 51 2, 102| obligation of ~obeying secular princes.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 52 2, 102| is bound to obey secular princes in so far as this is ~required 53 2, 106| Num 25) commanded the ~princes of the people to be hanged 54 2, 116| mentioned (Ezech. 22:27): "Her princes in the midst ~of her are 55 2, 183| 25): "You ~know that the princes of the gentiles lord it 56 2, 185| from the munificence of princes or of any of the ~faithful 57 2, 186| account ~of the secular princes being unable to cope with 58 3, 29 | more did He deceive the princes ~of the world, since the 59 3, 42 | father." But the priests and princes of the ~Jews were the elders 60 3, 42 | Scribes and Pharisees and ~the princes of the Jews were by their 61 3, 44 | beginning, that 'none of the princes of this ~world knew it,' 62 3, 46 | earth stood up, and the princes met together, against the ~ 63 3, 52 | Lift up your gates, O ye princes," which the gloss thus ~ 64 3, 52 | interprets: "that is - Ye princes of hell, take away your 65 3, 52 | Lift up your gates, O ye princes." Now ~Christ descended 66 3, 67 | bishops hold the position of princes in the ~Church, as the gloss 67 3, 67 | Thou shalt ~make them princes over all the earth." Therefore 68 3, 83 | to the ruling of secular princes; hence the Apostle says ( 69 3, 83 | against the ~ordinances of princes it is deemed void. Therefore,


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