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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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monk

   Part, Question
1 2, 23 | known as Paul the Deacon, a monk of ~Monte Cassino.] Therefore 2 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If a monk be dispensed through being 3 2, 30 | stated, ~in the case of a monk, in the preceding Reply. 4 2, 31 | Dionysius finds fault with the monk Demophilus (Ep. ~viii), 5 2, 33 | Institutione Caeobiorum]): "The monk is troubled with sloth chiefly 6 2, 86 | Sovereign Pontiff can dispense a monk from ~keeping chastity," 7 2, 86 | is ~divided." Hence the "monk" takes his name from "unity" [* 8 2, 182 | whence the English word 'monk'], "on ~account of the indivisible 9 2, 182 | holy ordination ~makes a monk to be a bishop." Therefore 10 2, 182 | vi): "Take for example a monk, such as Elias, if I may 11 2, 182 | as to assert ~that 'a bad monk is a good clerk,' "since 12 2, 182 | since sometimes even a good monk ~makes a bad clerk." And 13 2, 182 | who says: "If there be a ~monk, who by the merit of his 14 2, 182 | quoted, with regard to ~the monk, "who is not to be compared 15 2, 183 | perfecter," but to ~the monk passively as one who is " 16 2, 183 | more easily allowable for a monk to ascend to the ~episcopacy, 17 2, 183 | s salvation; wherefore a monk ~may be raised to the episcopal 18 2, 183 | canonical election loosens a monk from the yoke imposed ~by 19 2, 183 | holy ordination makes of ~a monk a bishop." Now the regular 20 2, 183 | ordination has made of a monk a bishop he enjoys the right, 21 2, 183 | OBJ 1: He who from being a monk becomes a bishop is loosened 22 2, 184 | Therefore ~it would seem that a monk sins mortally if he transgresses 23 2, 185 | Contra Vigilant. xvi]): "A monk's duty is not to teach but 24 2, 185 | priests of the ~Lord, be he monk or layman, and no matter 25 2, 185 | since ~"the business of a monk differs from that of a cleric," 26 2, 185 | office, be it lawful to monk priests who are ~configured 27 2, 185 | food brought to him by a monk from Rome. ~Nevertheless, 28 2, 186 | what you are called, a ~monk," i.e. a solitary, "what 29 2, 186 | his ~opinion, saying: A monk who seeks earthly possessions 30 2, 186 | earthly possessions is no monk at all": ~and this refers 31 2, 187 | vow which ~makes a man a monk or a brother in some other 32 2, 187 | which ~does not make a man a monk or a religious, but only 33 2, 187 | fervour, promised to become a monk. He ~did not, however, bind 34 2, 187 | health he refused to become a monk." ~And afterwards it is 35 2, 187 | vow. Hence ~he was not a monk in effect, so as to be bound 36 2, 187 | vow which makes a man a monk or a religious. ~Such a 37 2, 187 | canon regular to become a monk, unless (which God forbid) 38 3, 82 | his Epistle (viii) to the monk ~Demophilus: "He who is 39 Suppl, 45| a man does not become a monk by taking such a ~vow, but 40 Suppl, 87| to Alcherus, a Cistercian monk; see above Q[70], A[2],


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