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charadrius 1
charakter 2
charcoal 1
charge 61
charged 17
charges 5
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62 unnatural
61 abode
61 burden
61 charge
61 commutative
61 comprehension
61 confers
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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charge

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | He hath given His angels ~charge over Thee." Consequently 2 1, 58 | He hath given His angels ~charge over Thee." Consequently 3 1, 108 | are the ~angels to whose charge are subjected the hostile 4 1, 112 | He hath given His angels ~charge over thee, to keep thee 5 2, 13 | consequently with one who has charge of ~the soul's health, health 6 2, 105 | unless the person who had charge of it were ~negligent. In 7 2, 108 | have spiritual or temporal charge of ~others. But as regards 8 2, 2 | dangers of death, and to charge at the foe with ~danger 9 2, 30 | to those of whom he ~has charge (in which case we have the 10 2, 30 | after those over whom he has charge, and ~afterwards with what 11 2, 30 | for himself or for his charge, he seems to detract from 12 2, 30 | have for himself or his charge. Therefore it seems that 13 2, 30 | children, or others under his charge, he would ~be throwing away 14 2, 30 | those who are under our charge for the delivery of ~such 15 2, 30 | or ~those of whom he has charge. The "necessary" considered 16 2, 31 | so he that has spiritual ~charge of some person is bound 17 2, 31 | etc. Now prelates having charge of others were usually designated ~ 18 2, 31 | weak." ~Now he that has charge of a sick person, must not 19 2, 62 | belongs to him alone who has charge of the community's welfare. ~ 20 2, 63 | to those only ~who have charge over him. To this pertains 21 2, 64 | says (1 Tim. 6:17,18): ~"Charge the rich of this world . . . 22 2, 66 | by the sovereign, who has charge ~of the commonwealth.~Aquin.: 23 2, 67 | of the crime laid to his charge is not contrary to charity, 24 2, 69 | soldier at any time at his own charge ~[*Vulg.: 'Who serveth as 25 2, 75 | is not his, though he may charge for the loss he suffers.~ 26 2, 76 | man may ~lawfully make a charge for the use of his house, 27 2, 81 | according to Ex. ~19:21: "Charge the people, lest they should 28 2, 84 | Behold I have given thee the charge of My ~first-fruits." Now 29 2, 85 | soldier at any time at his own charge? Who ~planteth a vineyard 30 2, 85 | dictates that he who has ~charge of the common estate of 31 2, 87 | power of the Pope, who has charge over the ~whole Church; 32 2, 89 | preaching and to taking charge of the alms."~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 98 | Hence the person who is in charge of the child can, in such 34 2, 98 | absolutely forbidden to make a charge for what is acquired by 35 2, 98 | Therefore it is not lawful to charge ~a price or return for them.~ 36 2, 117 | says (1 Tim. 6:17,18): "Charge the rich of ~this world . . . 37 2, 180 | Ex. 19:21), "Go down and charge the people, lest they ~should 38 2, 182 | souls ~committed to his charge, as stated above (A[6], 39 2, 183 | man takes upon himself the charge of authority at ~the appointment 40 2, 183 | laying aside the accepted charge for ~the reasons given above. 41 2, 185 | city commands him to take charge of the business connected 42 2, 185 | unlawful things). ~Now we charge them that are such, and 43 2, 185 | a claim to live at the charge of the ~faithful): "if they 44 2, 185 | has a claim to live at the charge of the faithful, as stated 45 2, 187 | for a friend is to ~take charge of the soul of another on 46 3, 1 | the act of sin to man's charge, ~so He ought to credit 47 3, 40 | written (1 Tim. 6:11): "Charge the rich of this world not 48 3, 67 | conferred by priests having charge of souls. But women ~are 49 3, 67 | conferred by a priest having charge of souls, or by one ~representing 50 3, 67 | infants should be taken charge of thus: ~that the parents 51 3, 67 | who would thenceforth take charge of the child, ~and be to 52 3, 80 | bishop or priest, for each charge he must say Mass and communicate, 53 Suppl, 8 | belongs to the pastoral charge and care, ~which is sometimes 54 Suppl, 8 | jurisdiction, ~through having charge of a parish; about whom 55 Suppl, 11| dignity of his pastoral charge, and yet in ~depriving him 56 Suppl, 20| the Angels who are given charge ~over individual men, as 57 Suppl, 20| the contrary, Whoever has charge of the principal has charge 58 Suppl, 20| charge of the principal has charge of the ~accessory. Now priests 59 Suppl, 26| Therefore every priest, who has charge of a congregation, can ~ 60 Suppl, 26| Those priests who have charge of the people are not ~prelates 61 Suppl, 65| 23): "Surely she ~cannot charge us with a lie." But a lie


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