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privative 9
privatively 3
privatum 1
privilege 34
privileged 5
privileges 4
privy 4
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34 portion
34 pre-exists
34 prepares
34 privilege
34 pursuit
34 quotes
34 shameful
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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privilege

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | 4: Even if by a special privilege their predestination were ~ 2 1, 99 | in ~the case of special privilege, such as we believe was 3 2, 105 | to avail himself of the ~privilege granted by the Law, whereby 4 2, 112 | grace, for God by a ~special privilege reveals this at times to 5 3, 26 | CONCEPTION (EDITORIAL NOTE)~The privilege of the Virgin-Mother of 6 3, 26 | PARTIALLY EXEMPT FROM THE LAW; PRIVILEGE OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION . . . . ~. 7 3, 26 | not a few ascribed the privilege as being absolute ~and not 8 3, 27 | it was granted, by way of privilege, ~to others, to be sanctified 9 3, 27 | bestow His grace, by special privilege, on ~some before they are 10 3, 27 | for this was the singular privilege of ~Christ: but by reason 11 3, 27 | this seems to be Christ's privilege, according to Jn. 1:14: " 12 3, 45 | bestowed on him; John in the ~privilege of Christ's love for him 13 3, 45 | James on ~account of the privilege of martyrdom. Nevertheless 14 3, 68 | live, so as, by a kind of privilege, to ~receive the grace of 15 3, 77 | nevertheless ordained by a ~special privilege of grace, as is evident 16 3, 77 | things are granted by special privilege which are ~outside the common 17 Suppl, 8 | priest, in virtue of a privilege or of the command of a superior?~( 18 Suppl, 8 | deserves ~to forfeit his privilege, for abusing the power intrusted 19 Suppl, 8 | priest, in virtue of a privilege or a command given by a 20 Suppl, 8 | priest, even in virtue of a privilege or command ~given by a superior. 21 Suppl, 8 | given by a superior. For no privilege should be given that wrongs 22 Suppl, 8 | allowed by a ~superior's privilege, permission, or command.~ 23 Suppl, 8 | subject of a command or privilege given by man. Now it is 24 Suppl, 8 | prescribed by any human privilege or command.~Aquin.: SMT 25 Suppl, 8 | flock is not hindered by ~a privilege granted to another to hear 26 Suppl, 25| expressly opposed to the privilege granted to Peter, to whom 27 Suppl, 53| and can enjoy equally the privilege of clergy. If, therefore, 28 Suppl, 53| benefice, nor enjoy the privilege of clergy, as jurists ~assert ( 29 Suppl, 53| very reason he enjoys the privilege of clergy, it follows ~that 30 Suppl, 53| in the Latin Church this privilege is forfeit to a married 31 Suppl, 71| particular cases and by privilege. Even so the bounds of human 32 Suppl, 72| to ashes: for it is the ~privilege of Christ alone that His 33 Suppl, 74| this has been by special privilege of grace, and not as due ~ 34 Suppl, 75| certain persons by a special ~privilege of grace. For just as holy


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