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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exercising

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | whom we ~live, living and exercising the functions of human life, 2 1, 13 | God intend ~to name God as exercising providence over all; hence 3 1, 62 | beatified angels are always exercising their beatified knowledge 4 1, 63 | beatified angels are always exercising their beatified knowledge 5 1, 111 | ministering angels, ~not as exercising but as disposing and commanding 6 2, 53 | to wit, as we cease from exercising an act ~which overcame the 7 2, 59 | commands of reason, by ~exercising their proper acts. Wherefore 8 2, 65 | acts of one virtue, without exercising himself in the acts of some 9 2, 14 | times, it is prevented from exercising its proper act, ~through 10 2, 24 | secular power by reason of its exercising the ministry of God for 11 2, 47 | against them, although by exercising ~prudence he is able to 12 2, 53 | suppresses the reason from exercising its ~act: whereas in the 13 2, 55 | man, who has the office of exercising ~justice, administers the 14 2, 62 | 8]: "A man who, without exercising public ~authority, kills 15 2, 65 | arbitrators through not exercising authority in the case, have 16 2, 67 | slandering others but by ~exercising prudence.~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 2, 69 | should be prohibited from exercising the ~office of advocate?~( 18 2, 69 | cause. The becomingness of exercising this office is removed in ~ 19 2, 86 | reason, inhibit him from ~exercising his order. In like manner 20 2, 98 | not busy himself about ~exercising his Order, and as regards 21 2, 135 | of magnificence without exercising ~the act. Sometimes, however, 22 2, 155 | temperance of the soul in exercising the power of taking revenge." 23 2, 155 | temperance of the soul in exercising the power of taking revenge." 24 2, 182 | man receives the power of exercising certain sacred acts, but 25 2, 185 | monks ~to claim the power of exercising those acts on the ground 26 2, 186 | minister to the ~faithful by exercising the aforesaid acts gratuitously, 27 3, 58 | greater beatitude," and "exercising judiciary power." But if " 28 3, 62 | instrumental action ~save by exercising its proper action: for it 29 3, 64 | that the wicked sin by ~exercising the ministry of God and 30 3, 78 | minister, whether by way of exercising an act, as when it ~is said, " 31 3, 82 | Church's sentence ~from exercising his order, simply or for 32 3, 82 | orders; but hinders him from ~exercising them, as to the consecration 33 3, 89 | have done penance, from exercising ~the orders they have received, 34 Suppl, 6 | appointed by the ~Church before exercising their ministry, just as 35 Suppl, 8 | through being ~prevented from exercising his order, as those who 36 Suppl, 17| else than the ~power of exercising that act to which the priestly 37 Suppl, 19| sometimes it is vested in ~many exercising various offices but acting 38 Suppl, 34| receives it for the sake of ~exercising hierarchical duties in the 39 Suppl, 36| If therefore he sins by ~exercising it, he cannot avoid sin: 40 Suppl, 36| sinner sins mortally by exercising his order, he ~who receives 41 Suppl, 36| Further, if he sins by exercising his order, it follows that ~ 42 Suppl, 37| to the priestly ~act by exercising an act over the cruet than 43 Suppl, 37| act over the cruet than by exercising an act over ~the torch. 44 Suppl, 37| not given the office of exercising ~an act on an exterior matter, 45 Suppl, 37| aptitude required of him for exercising the act of that ~power. 46 Suppl, 38| received, it is clear ~that by exercising their power they consecrate 47 Suppl, 39| the impossibility of his exercising his Order.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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