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vovent 2
vow 673
vow-breaker 1
vowed 44
vowing 13
vows 144
vulcano 1
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44 uncertain
44 ungrateful
44 victor
44 vowed
44 xvii
43 advantage
43 churches
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vowed

   Part, Question
1 2, 30 | prelates to whom they ~have vowed obedience. Now if it were 2 2, 38 | reprehensible in those who have vowed virginity, ~because they 3 2, 41 | case of those who ~have vowed to keep the counsels, and 4 2, 80 | heathens a devotee was one who vowed ~to his idols to suffer 5 2, 84 | blemish whatever he has vowed: hence the ~same text says 6 2, 85 | although he appears to have vowed to do so, not ~by paying 7 2, 86 | Eccles. 5:3): "If thou hast vowed ~anything to God, defer 8 2, 86 | Lord your God"; and Jacob vowed (Gn. 28:21) that the Lord 9 2, 86 | be explained that ~Jacob vowed that he would have the Lord 10 2, 86 | sometimes ~that which a man has vowed becomes impossible to him, 11 2, 86 | Whatsoever thou hast ~vowed, pay it; and it is much 12 2, 86 | If that which a man has vowed becomes impossible to him ~ 13 2, 86 | can. Hence if a man has vowed to enter a ~monastery, he 14 2, 86 | fault: thus if a woman has vowed virginity and is ~afterwards 15 2, 86 | Paulin.): "Since thou hast vowed, thou hast bound ~thyself, 16 2, 86 | dost not what thou hast ~vowed thou wilt not be as thou 17 2, 86 | have been hadst thou not vowed. ~For then thou wouldst 18 2, 86 | apostles are understood to have vowed things pertaining to the 19 2, 86 | a directing of the thing vowed to the worship or ~service 20 2, 86 | sorrowfully what they have ~vowed: and this seems to be due 21 2, 86 | the will on ~that which is vowed, as stated above (A[4]). 22 2, 86 | something without having vowed it has an ~immovable will 23 2, 86 | worse, that which one has vowed, if it be already consecrated, 24 2, 86 | certain persons ~who have vowed continency were to marry, 25 2, 86 | case when the ~thing he has vowed is clearly unlawful, and 26 2, 150 | integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated and ~observed 27 2, 150 | integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated ~and observed 28 2, 184 | after saying: "If thou hast vowed anything to God, defer not ~ 29 2, 184 | service which we have not vowed, whereas it is unlawful 30 2, 184 | it is unlawful if we have vowed ~to render it. Therefore 31 2, 187 | to fulfil what one has ~vowed. Therefore no one should 32 2, 187 | Eccles. 5:3): "If thou hast vowed ~anything to God, defer 33 2, 187 | obligation to fulfil what he has ~vowed, provided this be something 34 2, 187 | 1/1~Whether he who has vowed to enter religion is bound 35 2, 187 | would seem that he who has vowed to enter religion, is bound ~ 36 2, 187 | bound to fulfil what he has vowed, as long ~as he is able 37 2, 187 | do so; thus if a man has vowed to observe ~continence, 38 2, 187 | be bound to do so if he vowed it previously while in the ~ 39 3, 28 | that "for those ~who are vowed to virginity, it is reprehensible 40 3, 28 | this unless she had already vowed her virginity to ~God."~ 41 3, 60 | from Gn. 28, where Jacob vowed that he would offer to God ~ 42 Suppl, 48| that "for those who ~have vowed virginity it is wicked, 43 Suppl, 53| Further, no person who has vowed continence can contract 44 Suppl, 59| Hence it is that he who vowed certain things while ~living


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