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chrysologus 2
chrysostom 319
church 1690
churches 43
ci 6
cicero 53
cii 4
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44 vowed
44 xvii
43 advantage
43 churches
43 class
43 clothed
43 customary
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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churches

   Part, Question
1 2, 102 | there are ~places called churches in which the Christian people 2 2, 85 | proportionately to both churches. And since the fruit of ~ 3 2, 85 | bound to ~pay tithes to churches on account of the lands 4 2, 91 | that there existed in the churches various customs in the ~ 5 2, 98 | instance, ~those who in certain churches are appointed to instruct 6 2, 98 | ministers are the prelates of churches, ordered spiritual ~things 7 2, 175 | women keep ~silence in the churches," and (1 Tim. 2:12): "I 8 2, 183 | received wages" ~of other churches for preaching to the Corinthians, 9 2, 183 | Reply OBJ 3: The goods of churches should not all be given 10 2, 183 | OBJ 4: The goods of the churches should be employed for the 11 2, 185 | had less than the other churches, but that I ~myself was 12 2, 185 | clerics whose monasteries or ~churches have received from the munificence 13 3, 8 | places, as bishops ~of their Churches. Or with reference to a 14 3, 25 | Ghost, ~handed down to the churches certain instructions which 15 3, 27 | tolerates the custom of certain ~churches that do keep that feast, 16 3, 30 | women keep silence in the churches . ~. . but if they would 17 3, 54 | kept as relics in various churches. Therefore ~Christ's body 18 3, 54 | preserved as relics in ~some churches did not flow from Christ' 19 3, 55 | women keep silence in the churches": and 1 Tim. 2:12: "I suffer 20 3, 64 | God: for instance, certain churches are said to have been ~consecrated 21 3, 67 | the bishop to consecrate churches, to anoint altars, to consecrate ~[ 22 3, 74 | various ~customs of the Churches: for, Gregory says: "The 23 3, 74 | of sexes: but ~the Greek Churches offer leavened bread, because 24 3, 74 | have learned that in some churches the ~priests add grapes 25 3, 80 | entrust the government of the churches."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 26 3, 80 | It is the custom of many churches for the body of ~Christ 27 3, 80 | prudent custom in some ~churches for the blood not to be 28 3, 82 | things, such as altars, churches, vestments, and sacred ~ 29 3, 82 | It is the custom of some Churches for priests newly ~ordained 30 3, 82 | according to the custom of some ~Churches, as the apostles supped 31 3, 83 | We permit that, if the ~churches be devastated or burned, 32 3, 83 | And for the same ~reason churches defiled by shedding of blood 33 3, 83 | distinction: ~"Wherever you find churches of the Arians, consecrate 34 3, 83 | consecrate them as Catholic ~churches without delay by means of 35 3, 83 | the Council ~of Nicaea: "Churches which have once been consecrated, 36 3, 83 | in the same distinction: "Churches or altars of doubtful ~consecration 37 3, 83 | solemnities of the dedication of churches are to be solemnly ~celebrated 38 Suppl, 8 | command to the rectors of churches to "know the countenance 39 Suppl, 29| OBJ 3: Further, in some churches the following words are 40 Suppl, 29| to the custom of ~all the churches are not those quoted above, 41 Suppl, 37| depends on the customs of ~Churches, because in secondary acts 42 Suppl, 39| women keep silence in the ~churches."]~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] 43 Suppl, 40| impose hands, dedicate churches, depose clerics, celebrate ~


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