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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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monks

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1 2, 63 | says in his sermon to the monks: "If the will ~contradicts 2 2, 64 | their own, such as both monks and clerics ~who in considerable 3 2, 69 | account of religion, as monks and ~clerics, while others 4 2, 69 | Wherefore ~it is unfitting that monks or priests should be advocates 5 2, 69 | of their own church, and monks in the cause ~of their own 6 2, 84 | Further, in many parishes monks have a share in the oblations. ~ 7 2, 84 | distinct from the case of monks," as Jerome ~states [*Ep. 8 2, 84 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Monks or other religious may receive 9 2, 86 | enter ~a monastery, the monks of which refuse to receive 10 2, 182 | religious (whom he ~calls monks or {therapeutai}, i.e. servants 11 2, 182 | regrettable, were we to exalt monks to such a disastrous degree 12 2, 182 | God's ~servants," i.e. monks, "must not be allowed to 13 2, 182 | souls by office, as many ~monks and canons regular have, 14 2, 182 | Augustine there compares monks with clerics as regards 15 2, 182 | With regard to those monks who after long residence ~ 16 2, 184 | are the worst class of ~monks, because through providing 17 2, 185 | command addressed to all that monks shall not hear confessions ~ 18 2, 185 | i, can. Nemo potest. Now monks are bound to keep ~consistently 19 2, 185 | than of love, assert that monks though they be ~dead to 20 2, 185 | Benedict the saintly teacher of monks forbid this in any way," ~ 21 2, 185 | from the usefulness of the monks, when he adds at the end 22 2, 185 | said to be unlawful for monks and other ~religious to 23 2, 185 | the fact of their ~being monks does not give monks the 24 2, 185 | being monks does not give monks the power to do these things, 25 2, 185 | Council of Nicea forbids monks ~to claim the power of exercising 26 2, 185 | the ground of their being ~monks, but it does not forbid 27 2, 185 | But this does not prevent monks and other religious from ~ 28 2, 185 | it is unlawful for either monks or ~clerics to carry on 29 2, 185 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Monks are forbidden to occupy 30 2, 185 | he speaks against certain monks who declared ~it to be unlawful 31 2, 186 | to canons regular as ~to monks, according to Extra, De 32 2, 186 | separated from the fellowship of monks": and the same ~would seem 33 2, 186 | same judgment applies to monks and to all other ~religious, 34 2, 186 | canons regular" as "to monks," but that it applies "in 35 2, 186 | from the fellowship of ~monks," goes on to say: "Nevertheless 36 2, 186 | are not bound to all that monks are bound.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 187 | Further, the profession of monks is stricter than that of 38 2, 187 | Religious orders whether of monks or of canons regular are ~ 39 2, 187 | supposing the members to be lay monks, to pass from the monastic ~ 40 2, 187 | iii). If, however, the monks be clerics devoting ~themselves 41 3, 80 | perpetrated in monasteries of monks; ~wherefore we command that 42 3, 83 | layman; but let ~clerics or monks, deacons and priests, do 43 Suppl, 8 | decreed ~that priests, who as monks imitate the ex. ample of 44 Suppl, 8 | absolve from sins." Now monks are not the proper priests 45 Suppl, 8 | Gregory is speaking of those monks who have jurisdiction, ~ 46 Suppl, 8 | very fact that they were monks, they could not absolve 47 Suppl, 34| is a ~sacrament, for both monks and abbots are blessed, 48 Suppl, 36| Fathers that some who were monks ~were raised to the priesthood,


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