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degradation 3
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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degraded

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | ecclesiastical orders, let him be degraded."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 2 2, 113 | and treachery ~shall be degraded from his office." Now such 3 2, 183 | that any man who has been degraded from the episcopal ~dignity 4 2, 184 | that any man who has been degraded from the episcopal dignity 5 3, 64 | Church, or excommunicated ~or degraded, he does not lose the power 6 3, 82 | this sacrament?~(8) Whether degraded priests can do so?~(9) Whether 7 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a degraded priest can consecrate this 8 3, 82 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a degraded priest cannot consecrate 9 3, 82 | the priest "who has been degraded has no power of ~consecrating, 10 3, 82 | Therefore it seems that a degraded priest cannot consecrate 11 3, 82 | merely the ~use, for thus the degraded one would lose no more than 12 3, 82 | in like fashion, if the degraded ~man be restored, he has 13 3, 82 | consecrating, and so the degraded priest can ~perform this 14 3, 82 | it is ~evident that the degraded priest can perform this 15 3, 82 | exercise is ~withdrawn from the degraded, as though condemned perpetually.~ 16 Suppl, 8 | who are excommunicate, ~degraded, and so forth. Now whoever 17 Suppl, 19| excommunicate, ~suspended or degraded, have the use of the keys?~ 18 Suppl, 19| excommunicate, suspended or ~degraded have the use of the keys?~ 19 Suppl, 19| excommunicate, suspended or degraded have the use of the keys. 20 Suppl, 38| do those who have been ~degraded and the like. This is the


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