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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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decree

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | 148:6: ~"He hath made a decree, and it shall not pass away." 2 1, 29 | was ordained by conciliar decree ~that it was to be taken 3 1, 112 | are ruled by ~the Divine decree. But it happens at times 4 1, 112 | fulfilment of the ~Divine decree; but that the things about 5 2, 39 | have a will ~opposed to the decree of God, to Whose providence 6 2, 93 | kings reign, ~and lawgivers decree just things." But the type 7 2, 93 | 148:6: ~"He hath made a decree, and it shall not pass away." 8 2, 96 | kings reign, and ~lawgivers decree just things." Now laws are 9 2, 96 | kings reign, and lawgivers decree just things." ~Therefore 10 2, 103 | was commanded by apostolic decree that the Gentiles should 11 2, 55 | Etym. v, 1) is "a written decree": and so law is not the 12 2, 55 | partly are made just by God's decree. Hence also ~Divine right 13 2, 55 | nations never agreed to decree anything by common agreement. 14 2, 62 | death and life, for by His decree both the ~sinful and the 15 2, 84 | oblations ~according to a decree of the sixth council [*Can. 16 2, 86 | account of ~the Church's decree [*Sext. Decret. cap. Is 17 2, 93 | qu. v, can. ~Sortes): "We decree that the casting of lots, 18 2, 93 | authority. Hence we read in a decree of Pope Stephen ~V [*II, 19 2, 152 | the ~council of Meaux: "We decree that those who are guilty 20 2, 152 | being contracted. ~As to the decree of the council in question, 21 2, 152 | 2~We may also take this decree to refer to those who are 22 2, 182 | Si ~quis monachus) from a decree of Pope Gelasius, who says: " 23 2, 183 | since according to the decree quoted above (OBJ[1]) "when 24 2, 185 | saying: "By authority of this decree framed in virtue of our 25 2, 185 | secular business. For in the decree quoted above (A[1]) of Pope 26 2, 187 | lviii) and according to the decree of ~Innocent IV [*Sext. 27 3, 67 | this is ~forbidden in a decree of Pope Leo, who says: " 28 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This decree of Pope Leo, concerning 29 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This decree concerning the Jews was 30 3, 72 | prohibition, as we read in the decree of the Council of Meaux. 31 3, 74 | Innocent III says in a ~certain Decree. But because the mixing 32 3, 80 | OBJ 3: The wording of this decree is in accordance with the 33 3, 83 | 5: As is set down in the decree (De Consecr., dist. 1), 34 3, 83 | dist. 1), in ~virtue of a decree of Pope Alexander II, "it 35 3, 83 | distinction: "By a unanimous decree we command that no one shall ~ 36 3, 83 | we read the following decree of the ~(Seventh) Council 37 3, 83 | OBJ 7: According to the decree, De Consecr., dist. ii, 38 3, 83 | Consecr., dist. ii, quoting a ~decree of Pope Pius I, "If from 39 3, 83 | same distinction, we read a decree of ~the (Fourth) Council 40 Suppl, 8 | On the contrary, stands a decree of Pope Innocent III in 41 Suppl, 59| This is the sense ~of that decree. Now, however, they are 42 Suppl, 60| answer that, By the Church's decree wife-murder is an impediment 43 Suppl, 61| OBJ 3: Further, by a new decree (cap. Non solum, de regular. 44 Suppl, 66| irregular, which is against the ~decree of Innocent III (cap. Dubium, 45 Suppl, 66| irregularity. Hence the decree of Innocent ~III disposes 46 Suppl, 86| open the books of their ~decree in the presence of those


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