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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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invalid

   Part, Question
1 2, 79 | pleasure in ~torturing the invalid, if he did not intend to 2 2, 79 | did not intend to heal the invalid when he ~prescribes a bitter 3 2, 37 | and if they do, it is ~invalid.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 4 2, 86 | which is not done aright is invalid without being ~annulled 5 2, 86 | for their vows then are invalid, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: 6 2, 187 | his marriage would not be invalid, as it would be after his ~ 7 3, 60 | sacrament is ~not rendered invalid by addition or subtraction 8 3, 60 | seems that the ~sacrament is invalid: because he seems not to 9 3, 60 | sacrament is clearly rendered invalid. Now it is clear, if any ~ 10 3, 60 | consequently the sacrament ~is invalid. Wherefore Didymus says ( 11 3, 60 | Ghost, "his baptism will be invalid." ~But if that which is 12 3, 60 | cause the ~sacrament to be invalid; although perhaps he who 13 3, 60 | addition makes ~the sacrament invalid. But if the addition be 14 3, 60 | sacrament is not rendered invalid. Nor does it ~matter whether 15 3, 60 | therefore render the sacrament invalid: whereas if the addition, " 16 3, 64 | sacraments, the sacrament is invalid; for instance, if the required ~ 17 3, 64 | wanting, the sacrament is invalid; ~for instance, if the due 18 3, 64 | should be pronounced as invalid.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 19 3, 64 | respect the sacrament would be invalid through want of intention.~ 20 3, 64 | which the sacrament is invalid: and that this defect in 21 3, 64 | faith, the ~sacrament is invalid.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 22 3, 64 | by rendering them either invalid or less holy." ~Aquin.: 23 3, 64 | perverse, the sacrament is ~invalid.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 24 3, 66 | regard to a sacrament, it is ~invalid; save by special dispensation 25 Suppl, 20| in materia turpi" to be ~invalid.]~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 26 Suppl, 24| minor, an old man, or an ~invalid; (8) if there be a deadly 27 Suppl, 35| consecration or absolution ~will be invalid, and the Church will be 28 Suppl, 39| is unlawful, although not invalid, ~for homicides to be raised 29 Suppl, 45| have since been declared invalid by the Council ~of Trent ( 30 Suppl, 47| condition is verified, ~and is invalid if the condition is not 31 Suppl, 47| blessings, the marriage is invalid, as we have ~also said in 32 Suppl, 48| observed, the sacrament is invalid. Now the intention of the ~ 33 Suppl, 49| the ~marriage would be invalid. Taking "faith" and "offspring" 34 Suppl, 50| marriage make a marriage invalid, wherefore they are said 35 Suppl, 50| contracted, by ~rendering it not invalid but unlawful. And if it 36 Suppl, 52| is not thereby rendered invalid. It is therefore ~evident 37 Suppl, 58| reason, the marriage will be invalid.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[


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