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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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renounce

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | danger of martyrdom, or to renounce his ~possessions, or to 2 1, 43 | danger of martyrdom, or to renounce his ~possessions, or to 3 1, 83 | careful to avoid ~when we renounce the society of the heathens." 4 2, 69 | persecution will induce him to renounce them. Hence the eighth ~ 5 2, 105 | the woman was willing to ~renounce idolatry, and become an 6 2, 108 | accustomed little by little to renounce the care of temporalities, 7 2, 108 | aforesaid, he ~does not need to renounce the things of the world 8 2, 2 | endeavors to force a man to renounce his ~faith, or in an argument 9 2, 10 | persuaded by ~their parents to renounce what they had unknowingly 10 2, 53 | Apostle says (2 Cor. 4:2): "We renounce the hidden ~things of dishonesty, 11 2, 60 | time; and one is bound to renounce ~one's sin at once, according 12 2, 86 | thus in Baptism men vow to renounce the devil and his pomps, ~ 13 2, 98 | beneficiary first of all renounce what he ~has received simoniacally, 14 2, 123 | ought for their sake to renounce that which is good according 15 2, 150 | possess - than ~virgins who renounce venereal pleasure for that 16 2, 182 | sense of being prepared to ~renounce or give away all: and this 17 2, 184 | specially ~to religious to renounce the world. Therefore it 18 2, 184 | has not, and another to renounce what one already has; the 19 2, 184 | not that it is unlawful to renounce all one's ~temporal goods, 20 2, 184 | intent on following Christ, ~renounce all their possessions and 21 2, 184 | accordance with right reason to renounce wealth ~in order to devote 22 2, 184 | right reason for a ~man to renounce all he has, in order perfectly 23 2, 184 | could ~without injustice renounce riches. Wherefore Peter 24 2, 184 | this refers to those who renounce the present ~world. ~Aquin.: 25 2, 184 | by the vow of poverty, renounce earthly riches, ~there should 26 2, 184 | it becomes them not to ~renounce the honor which God and 27 2, 184 | On the other hand, they renounce the honor that is given 28 2, 185 | properly to religious ~to renounce all they have. Therefore 29 2, 186 | all religious are said to renounce the world; wherefore Gregory 30 2, 186 | of ~perfection one should renounce having anything of one's 31 2, 187 | dwell in a ~monastery and renounce his cure. However, in the 32 2, 187 | ought to advise him to renounce all and enter religion. 33 2, 187 | his conscience ~he should renounce the government of his see 34 2, 187 | parish priests are free to ~renounce in the hands of the bishop 35 2, 187 | than ~that "each one should renounce all his possessions." Yet 36 2, 187 | deliberation whether one ought to renounce all that one has, or whether ~ 37 2, 187 | has, since unless he does renounce (which is ~to have the wherewithal) 38 3, 68 | the Church's ritual they "renounce Satan and all his ~works." 39 3, 68 | one who is unwilling to renounce his unbelief. Yet each receives ~ 40 3, 69 | conform to the Church, and to renounce sin. ~Consequently, to whatever 41 3, 86 | as to turn ~to God and to renounce having turned to something 42 3, 86 | to which it belongs ~to renounce sin, by reason of its being 43 Suppl, 22| confusion, so that he may renounce sin, ~or for some other 44 Suppl, 36| of ~sinning; for he can renounce his sin, or resign his office 45 Suppl, 40| their hair cut because they ~renounce temporalities. but they 46 Suppl, 40| It would seem that men renounce temporal goods by receiving 47 Suppl, 40| Therefore he would ~seem to renounce it by becoming a cleric.~ 48 Suppl, 40| receiving the tonsure, do not renounce their ~patrimony or other 49 Suppl, 53| act, ~since everyone may renounce what is his own. Some say, 50 Suppl, 86| power; first, that one renounce temporal cares, lest the 51 Suppl, 96| clear that heresiarchs who renounce the Catholic faith and ~


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