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contiguous 2
continebatur 1
continence 231
continency 57
continent 56
continentem 1
continentia 2
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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continency

   Part, Question
1 2, 14 | of their ~abstinence and continency, "God gave knowledge and 2 2, 18 | therefrom; such are modesty, continency ~and chastity.~ 3 2, 51 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Continency and perseverance seem to 4 2, 51 | against sorrow. Hence continency and perseverance seem to 5 2, 83 | martyrdom, and abstinence or continency. The third is the good which ~ 6 2, 86 | power, namely, perpetual continency, but also to repent of what 7 2, 86 | keeping the fast or observing continency; while ~sometimes it is 8 2, 86 | dispensed from a solemn vow of continency?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 9 2, 86 | dispensed from a solemn ~vow of continency. As stated above, one reason 10 2, 86 | greater good. But a ~vow of continency, even though it be solemn, 11 2, 86 | individual. Now one man's continency may be an obstacle to the 12 2, 86 | persons ~who have vowed continency were to marry, the peace 13 2, 86 | even ~from a solemn vow of continency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 14 2, 86 | dispensed ~from the vow of continency which is about an act of 15 2, 86 | observance of a vow of ~continency. Now one who takes a vow 16 2, 86 | dispensed from a vow of continency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 17 2, 86 | Further, just as the vow of continency is part of the religious ~ 18 2, 86 | dispensed from a solemn vow of continency.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 19 2, 86 | considered in a solemn vow of ~continency: first, the matter of the 20 2, 86 | matter of the vow, namely, continency; secondly, ~the perpetuity 21 2, 86 | dispensation, on account of the ~continency itself for which no worthy 22 2, 86 | some to ~the fact that by continency man overcomes a foe within 23 2, 86 | or to the ~fact that by continency man is perfectly conformed 24 2, 86 | contemplation. Therefore, ~continency itself absolutely considered 25 2, 86 | assert ~that the vow of continency cannot be canceled, save 26 2, 86 | intercourse is ~contrary to continency, so is eating flesh or drinking 27 2, 86 | even from a solemn vow of continency, for the ~sake of some common 28 2, 86 | therefore consider whether continency is essentially bound up ~ 29 2, 86 | without the obligation of ~continency, but not if continency is 30 2, 86 | continency, but not if continency is essentially bound up 31 2, 86 | obligation of observing continency ~is connected with Holy 32 2, 86 | dispensation ~from the vow of continency solemnized by the reception 33 2, 86 | obligation of observing; continency is an essential ~condition 34 2, 86 | OBJ 2: A vow of temporal continency can be a matter of ~dispensation, 35 2, 86 | be granted from a vow of continency ~solemnized by profession 36 2, 86 | from such intercourse by continency does not endanger the person. 37 2, 86 | poverty than from his vow of continency, since he must have ~nothing 38 2, 86 | good is to be compared with continency, which is ~reckoned one 39 2, 122 | obligation of observing continency, through the ~absence or 40 2, 135 | Philosopher (Ethic. vii, 7), continency is greater than perseverance. 41 2, 135 | than perseverance. But ~continency is not a virtue, as stated 42 2, 149 | safeguarded by her persevering continency." He also ~says (De Civ. 43 2, 150 | virginal integrity and holy continency that refrains from all sexual 44 2, 150 | spiritual thing, which a holy continency fosters and ~preserves."~ 45 2, 150 | atone for his perpetual continency as though it were a sin." ~ 46 2, 150 | consecrated to God by holy continency."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] 47 2, 184 | religious state?~(4) Whether continency is necessary?~(5) Whether 48 2, 187 | me the chaste dignity of continency . . . honestly alluring 49 3, 40 | abstinence is ordained to continency; for it is written ~(Osee 50 3, 40 | But Christ both observed continency in ~Himself and proposed 51 Suppl, 37| perfection by ~the vow of continency; "interpretation of speeches" 52 Suppl, 37| consecrated vessels. Wherefore continency is ~enjoined them, that 53 Suppl, 39| on account of the vow of continency annexed thereto, but also ~ 54 Suppl, 40| the Old Law were enjoined continency only ~for the time of their 55 Suppl, 40| Testament are enjoined perpetual continency; and so the comparison fails.~ 56 Suppl, 58| when both parties observe continency by vow. But impotence ~deprives 57 Suppl, 93| to the three degrees of continency. ~This gloss which states


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