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monasterio 1
monasterium 3
monastery 45
monastic 38
monens 2
money 377
money-getting 1
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38 loan
38 macrobius
38 military
38 monastic
38 necessaries
38 nigh
38 obedient
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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monastic

   Part, Question
1 2, 45 | household or family, and "monastic economy" ~which is concerned 2 2, 86 | is so bound up with the monastic rule, that not even ~the 3 2, 86 | chastity is bound up with ~the monastic rule."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 4 2, 98 | not be expelled from the monastic state ~which he has acquired 5 2, 150| martyrdom, and also the monastic ~state, are preferable to 6 2, 182| priestly office, or in the monastic solitude, ~without hesitation 7 2, 182| project, namely of the ~monastic life, with a well-employed 8 2, 182| namely by leaving the monastic state. ~Therefore it would 9 2, 182| lawful to pass from the monastic state to a ~priestly office 10 2, 182| Clerics who wish to take the monastic vows through being desirous 11 2, 182| says (Eccl. Hier. vi) the ~monastic order must follow the priestly 12 2, 182| with ~more danger than the monastic state; and to keep oneself 13 2, 182| priestly office ~to the monastic solitude," but that "he 14 2, 183| bishop to descend to the monastic life. If, ~however, he be 15 2, 183| episcopal ~dignity to the monastic life and a place of repentance, 16 2, 183| imposed ~by the rule of the monastic profession, and the holy 17 2, 183| loosened from ~the yoke of the monastic profession, not in everything, 18 2, 184| episcopal dignity to ~the monastic life and a place of repentance, 19 2, 184| can. Hoc nequaquam): "The monastic life denotes subjection ~ 20 2, 184| where he also says that the "monastic ~order is subjected to the 21 2, 184| property ~are affixed to the monastic rule."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 22 2, 184| so inseparable from ~the monastic rule, that not even the 23 2, 184| prefer virginity to the monastic life." [*St. ~Augustine 24 2, 185| in the year 879]: ~"The monastic life is one of subjection 25 2, 185| keep consistently to the monastic rule": and ~this is quoted 26 2, 185| keep ~consistently to the monastic rule. Therefore it would 27 2, 185| and the observance of the monastic rule in ~a monastery. But 28 2, 185| of hypocrites wearing the monastic habit, who go ~wandering 29 2, 186| other religious. Now the monastic rule was ~established for 30 2, 186| things that are proper to the monastic profession, and are directed ~ 31 2, 186| 187], A[1], OBJ[1]]): "The monastic life is one of ~subjection 32 2, 186| acquire ~learning in the monastic state, saying: "Let us learn 33 2, 186| soldiers who pass from the monastic school to be such as not 34 2, 187| of canon ~regular to the monastic state. For it is said in 35 2, 187| clerics. On the other hand, monastic religious are ~not essentially 36 2, 187| Alia causa). Hence although monastic orders are more severe, 37 2, 187| monks, to pass from the monastic ~order to an order of canons 38 2, 187| order of canons regular to a monastic order, provided ~withal


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