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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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valid

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | Such a reason would be a valid one if time and eternity ~ 2 1, 13 | This objection would be valid if these names were applied ~ 3 1, 46 | Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~those who admitted 4 1, 47 | Aristotle gives (Phys. viii), is valid against ~those who admitted 5 2, 95 | is that which is ~equally valid everywhere." If therefore 6 2, 86 | anything that shall be valid without the consent of his 7 2, 86 | attaining the age of puberty, is valid, unless it be annulled by 8 2, 86 | condition renders them licit and valid if it be fulfilled, as stated ~ 9 2, 185 | to the law (XI, xxvi, de Valid. Mendicant.). Therefore 10 3, 42 | lest they ~should have a valid excuse, and say that they 11 3, 60 | Paraclete," the baptism would be valid; and in like manner if ~ 12 3, 60 | thee, the ~baptism would be valid.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 13 3, 64 | it should be ~considered valid, because it ought to be 14 3, 64 | matters, ~the sacrament is valid in virtue of his original 15 3, 66 | it seems that ~Baptism is valid if conferred in these names.~ 16 3, 66 | do, the sacrament is not ~valid; according to the decretal 17 3, 66 | Persons. Nor is ~the sacrament valid if conferred in any other 18 3, 66 | Further, if Baptism is valid without total immersion 19 3, 66 | It would, ~however, be valid Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 20 3, 67 | given: that the baptism is valid when, in cases of necessity, 21 3, 74 | which the sacrament is not ~valid, as stated above (A[3]). 22 3, 74 | sacrament would not be valid, because it would not be 23 3, 78 | this sacrament would be valid because the intention would 24 3, 78 | sacrament ~would not be valid: for Augustine says (Tract. 25 3, 82 | body) ~there is neither valid priesthood nor true sacrifice." 26 3, 82 | excommunicate, ~perform a valid sacrament. Therefore it 27 Suppl, 14| such satisfaction ~will be valid, so that if he die in that 28 Suppl, 14| his previous ~works become valid unto satisfaction, through 29 Suppl, 18| the second ~confession is valid, on account of the instruction 30 Suppl, 19| they do consecrate it is valid, though they sin in ~doing 31 Suppl, 20| absolve her it would be valid*: because when Augustine 32 Suppl, 26| indulgences ~are equally valid, whether they be granted 33 Suppl, 26| order that ~he may grant a valid indulgence.~Aquin.: SMT 34 Suppl, 43| contract of ~betrothal is valid, since, according to the 35 Suppl, 45| marriage with the one is valid, he ~cannot, as long as 36 Suppl, 45| Therefore they cannot be valid ~marriages.~Aquin.: SMT 37 Suppl, 47| consequently the marriage is valid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 38 Suppl, 47| compulsory, the ~marriage is valid in conscience and in God' 39 Suppl, 47| to be ~insufficient for a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 40 Suppl, 47| and then the marriage is valid, because such future things 41 Suppl, 48| purpose, it will not be ~a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 42 Suppl, 48| purpose of gain it is ~a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 43 Suppl, 48| sacrament is none the less valid. Yet he who omits this ~ 44 Suppl, 48| nevertheless contracts a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 45 Suppl, 50| ordinance, and yet it would be a valid sacrament because it is ~ 46 Suppl, 52| marriage is none the less valid. Likewise since in ~marriage 47 Suppl, 53| yet since the contract is valid, the marriage cannot be ~ 48 Suppl, 53| so if the marriage were valid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 49 Suppl, 55| between whom there cannot be valid ~marriage, especially those 50 Suppl, 58| marries ~him, the marriage is valid. Therefore frigidity, considered 51 Suppl, 58| marries, the ~marriage is valid. But if he has no lucid 52 Suppl, 59| believer, it is ~nevertheless a valid marriage. Therefore disparity 53 Suppl, 59| heretic, the marriage is ~valid, although he sins by marrying 54 Suppl, 59| the marriage would not be valid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 55 Suppl, 59| Therefore there can be no ~valid marriage at least between 56 Suppl, 59| the second marriage were ~valid. Therefore he cannot take 57 Suppl, 62| make a marriage cease to be valid. For, ~according to Augustine (


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