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minor 43
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minors 2
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43 shut
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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minor

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | does ~God. Proof of the minor - whatever things differ, 2 2, 73 | more ~does it ward off even minor ailments. And in this way 3 2, 73 | abundant justice checks even minor sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] 4 2, 47 | practical matter, viz. the minor premiss, which must needs 5 2, 62 | for them to meddle with minor matters.~Aquin.: SMT SS 6 2, 97 | destroying a church, and ~minor excommunication for other 7 2, 98 | the same Church, but in minor orders; or a full dispensation ~ 8 2, 126 | in the matter of certain minor ~hardships and these virtues 9 2, 138 | and perseverance are about minor hardships and toils, ~wherefore 10 3, 12 | prove to someone else some minor truths at first, and afterwards 11 3, 67 | 2: In every commonwealth minor affairs are entrusted to 12 3, 72 | allows priests to confer minor orders, ~which belong to 13 Suppl, 21| of excommunication called minor*, by ~which man is not deprived 14 Suppl, 21| suffrages of the Church. [*Minor ~excommunication is no longer 15 Suppl, 21| sacraments, and this is the ~minor excommunication. Secondly, 16 Suppl, 21| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The minor excommunication does not 17 Suppl, 23| Excommunication is twofold: there is minor ~excommunication, which 18 Suppl, 23| which case he ~incurs the minor excommunication.~Aquin.: 19 Suppl, 23| one who has incurred a ~minor excommunication, so that 20 Suppl, 23| Eucharist, since he incurs a minor ~excommunication. Therefore 21 Suppl, 24| Anyone can absolve from minor excommunication who can ~ 22 Suppl, 24| poor man; (7) if he be a minor, an old man, or an ~invalid; ( 23 Suppl, 28| one would be admitted to minor orders by way of ~exception, 24 Suppl, 35| sacred, but not in the ~minor, Orders. But this again 25 Suppl, 35| should ~have received the minor Orders, because their respective 26 Suppl, 37| humidity. Hence of all the minor orders the Order of ~acolytes 27 Suppl, 37| than the acts of the other minor ~Orders, as is self-evident; 28 Suppl, 37| case in all the acts of the minor Orders, that they can be 29 Suppl, 38| Order. Now the conferring of minor Orders is ~entrusted to 30 Suppl, 38| simple priest can confer the ~minor Orders and confirm; but 31 Suppl, 39| difference, however, that in the minor orders the age of discretion ~ 32 Suppl, 39| without sin be ~raised to the minor orders before the years 33 Suppl, 53| vow annuls ~marriage. The minor is proved as follows. It 34 Suppl, 53| OBJ 4: Those who are in minor orders are not forbidden 35 Suppl, 55| betrothal is void. If however, a minor, ~laboring under insensibility 36 Suppl, 66| bishop, only as ~regards the minor orders, though some say 37 Suppl, 76| identically the same. The minor is proved thus: That which 38 Suppl, 76| same identical man. The minor can be proved in ~two ways. 39 Suppl, 79| noble of the senses. The minor is proved thus: That which 40 Suppl, 79| actual sense of sight. The minor is ~proved thus. Whenever 41 Suppl, 80| be done by a miracle. The minor is proved thus. ~Suppose 42 Suppl, 80| be done by a miracle. The minor is proved as follows: It 43 Suppl, 80| be done by a miracle. The minor is proved thus. Supposing


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