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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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impediments

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1 2, 33 | from other sources are ~impediments to activity." Accordingly 2 2, 87 | while ~there arise certain impediments to the use of sight, these 3 2, 102 | required was the removal of all impediments to divine worship, viz. ~ 4 2, 102 | ordained for the removal of impediments to the divine worship: which ~ 5 2, 102 | 5] R.O. 4 Para. 2/7~The impediments to external worship consisted 6 2, 103 | worship, and ~to remove impediments from them, "to the cleansing 7 3, 71 | after death; but only the impediments against his ~receiving the 8 3, 71 | they ~merely remove these impediments. Consequently, they are 9 3, 71 | directed to the removal of the impediments. And ~therefore one may 10 3, 78 | removing ~sins which are the impediments to both of these things, 11 Suppl, 34| confer Orders; (4) ~the impediments to receiving Orders; (5) 12 Suppl, 39| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENTS TO THIS SACRAMENT (SIX ARTICLES)~ 13 Suppl, 39| We must next consider the impediments to this sacrament. Under 14 Suppl, 43| its blessings; (5) of the ~impediments thereto; (6) of second marriages; ( 15 Suppl, 50| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENTS OF MARRIAGE, IN GENERAL ( 16 Suppl, 50| place we must consider the impediments of marriage: (1) In ~general; ( 17 Suppl, 50| Whether it is fitting that impediments should be assigned to marriage?~ 18 Suppl, 50| would seem unfitting for impediments to be assigned to ~marriage. 19 Suppl, 50| with the others. But no ~impediments are assigned to the others. 20 Suppl, 50| it should ~have either no impediments or very few.~Aquin.: SMT 21 Suppl, 50| against the law. Now these impediments ~that are assigned to matrimony 22 Suppl, 50| seemingly, can human law set impediments against marriage, ~since 23 Suppl, 50| institution. Therefore impediments should not be assigned to 24 Suppl, 50| Therefore ~there cannot be impediments to marriage, placing a person 25 Suppl, 50| been contracted; and thus impediments should not be assigned to 26 Suppl, 50| Therefore there cannot be any impediments which annul a ~marriage 27 Suppl, 50| be an infinite ~number of impediments to marriage. For marriage 28 Suppl, 50| is an infinite number of impediments to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 29 Suppl, 50| 1/1~OBJ 9: Further, the impediments to marriage arise from the 30 Suppl, 50| in number. Therefore ~the impediments to marriage are also infinite.~ 31 Suppl, 50| sacraments, it follows that the impediments to those things that ~pertain 32 Suppl, 50| validity of the marriage. These impediments are said to hinder the ~ 33 Suppl, 50| On the other hand, those impediments which regard the essentials 34 Suppl, 50| violence, there will be two impediments to marriage, namely "force," ~ 35 Suppl, 50| pronounced on these two impediments when treating of the cause 36 Suppl, 50| he is treating of the ~impediments as arising from the contracting 37 Suppl, 50| and thus we have three impediments, namely "kinship," then ~" 38 Suppl, 50| Reply OBJ 1: There may be impediments to the other sacraments 39 Suppl, 50| stated above. However, ~impediments are assigned to matrimony 40 Suppl, 50| us, is assigned certain impediments by the Master (Sent. iv, 41 Suppl, 50| towards a greater good, more impediments are assigned to ~matrimony 42 Suppl, 50| conditions, there will be more impediments to it; and thus ~it is in 43 Suppl, 50| 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Those impediments which do not annul a marriage 44 Suppl, 50| we say that the aforesaid impediments annul marriage ~already 45 Suppl, 50| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 8: The impediments that hinder a good accidentally 46 Suppl, 51| We must now consider the impediments to matrimony in particular, 47 Suppl, 51| although it be about ~other impediments to marriage if it concern 48 Suppl, 52| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Certain impediments render a marriage unlawful; 49 Suppl, 52| of the same kind. ~other impediments, however, render a marriage 50 Suppl, 52| us, it follows that such impediments, if ~known, do not invalidate 51 Suppl, 52| destroys voluntariness. Such impediments are slavery and impotence 52 Suppl, 52| are reckoned as special impediments besides error; ~whereas 53 Suppl, 55| 1~Reply OBJ 3: All those impediments which void a betrothal prevent ~ 54 Suppl, 57| relationships are perpetual impediments to marriage: but the second 55 Suppl, 58| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENTS OF IMPOTENCE, SPELL, FRENZY 56 Suppl, 58| We must now consider five impediments to marriage, namely the ~ 57 Suppl, 58| to marriage, namely the ~impediments of impotence, spell, frenzy 58 Suppl, 58| Encyclopedia, article Canonical Impediments.]~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 59 Suppl, 58| his service freely, are impediments ~to marriage, when the one 60 Suppl, 58| D, 34) that these two ~impediments, frigidity and slavery, 61 Suppl, 58| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the impediments that hinder marriage are 62 Suppl, 58| mentioned with the other impediments, but is included in ~the 63 Suppl, 58| under any of the aforesaid ~impediments (Q[50]), and consequently 64 Suppl, 61| We must next consider the impediments which supervene to marriage.


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