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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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betrothed

   Part, Question
1 2, 30 | without the knowledge of ~her betrothed [*"Sponsus" The matrimonial 2 2, 30 | rendered either "husband" or "betrothed."] Therefore a person is 3 2, 30 | Blessed Lucy, she had a betrothed, not a husband, wherefore 4 2, 152 | must be restored to her betrothed, who has a ~right to her 5 3, 29 | to speak of those who are betrothed as ~husband and wife." But 6 3, 29 | of them to whom they were betrothed." Therefore the ~angel also 7 3, 29 | admitted to his house, but only betrothed to ~him. But the first is 8 Suppl, 43| says (Etym. iv), "a man is ~betrothed not by a mere promise, but 9 Suppl, 43| Now a person is said to be betrothed by ~reason of his betrothal. 10 Suppl, 43| of either of the persons ~betrothed. Therefore a betrothal can 11 Suppl, 43| Further, one can become betrothed as soon as future marriage 12 Suppl, 43| Therefore they can become betrothed ~before that age.~Aquin.: 13 Suppl, 43| Further, if persons become betrothed before they are seven years ~ 14 Suppl, 43| they are ~reckoned to be betrothed. Now this is not by virtue 15 Suppl, 43| they are to be reputed as betrothed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 16 Suppl, 43| OBJ 1: If the parties are betrothed by another person before 17 Suppl, 43| lose his right to the woman betrothed to him. Therefore a betrothal ~ 18 Suppl, 43| with a kinswoman of his betrothed; for in that case ~the affianced 19 Suppl, 43| OBJ 3: If either of the betrothed parties incur an infirmity 20 Suppl, 43| can be dissolved, lest the betrothed be ~displeasing to one another, 21 Suppl, 43| tolerated that those who are betrothed to one another should set 22 Suppl, 43| Although when they become betrothed they have not yet given ~ 23 Suppl, 46| not sin by admitting her betrothed to carnal ~intercourse. 24 Suppl, 46| If the woman admit her betrothed, thinking that he wishes ~ 25 Suppl, 46| the one to whom he was ~betrothed, if she be his equal or 26 Suppl, 51| happen that the woman is betrothed to the ~brother of the man 27 Suppl, 55| man, because she had ~been betrothed to his brother. Now this 28 Suppl, 55| perpetual impediment, ~is betrothed before the age of puberty


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