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grandson 2
grant 113
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granting 29
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grants 37
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29 gospels
29 governor
29 gradually
29 granting
29 half
29 imitation
29 improperly
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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granting

   Part, Question
1 2, 97 | ignores the reasons for granting dispensations. Hence Our 2 2, 111 | attain to the act, and by granting outwardly the ~capability 3 2, 61 | no respect of persons in granting dispensations more readily 4 2, 69 | justly receive payment for granting what he is ~not bound to 5 2, 86 | stated above, one reason for granting a ~dispensation from a vow 6 2, 98 | would preclude the free granting of pious offices to any ~ 7 2, 98 | 5/5~With regard to the granting of benefices it must, however, 8 2, 173 | by death. ~Some, however, granting this say that the Apostle 9 3, 2 | hypostasis to ~person, although granting that there is but one person 10 3, 51 | of Christ's death before granting leave ~for His burial. Secondly, 11 Suppl, 25| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the granting of the sacramental effect 12 Suppl, 25| Moreover the Church by ~granting such indulgences would do 13 Suppl, 25| is sufficient reason for granting an ~indulgence.~Aquin.: 14 Suppl, 25| works of penance, he sins by granting such indulgences, although 15 Suppl, 25| custom of the Church in granting ~indulgences for pilgrimages 16 Suppl, 26| answer that, The power of granting indulgences follows jurisdiction, ~ 17 Suppl, 26| Objections, because the granting of indulgences ~belongs 18 Suppl, 26| plenitude of the power of granting indulgences ~resides in 19 Suppl, 26| convey nothing to others by ~granting indulgences.~Aquin.: SMT 20 Suppl, 26| 1/1~I answer that, The granting of indulgences belongs to 21 Suppl, 27| who grants ~it. For the granting of an indulgence belongs 22 Suppl, 27| is ~based on a cause for granting it to them.~Aquin.: SMT 23 Suppl, 65| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, in granting a dispensation the greater 24 Suppl, 66| same difficulty ~against granting a dispensation in those 25 Suppl, 67| Chrysostom] that "Moses, by granting the ~bill of divorce, did 26 Suppl, 71| must be a fitting cause for granting the indulgence [*Cf. Q[25], 27 Suppl, 71| in the power of the party granting them to release a deceased ~ 28 Suppl, 71| must be a fitting cause for granting them, as stated above ~( 29 Suppl, 96| that they refer to mercy as granting a relaxation but not ~setting


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