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1 1, 1 | authority of the doctors of the Church as ~one that may properly 2 1, 20 | gave him the care of the ~Church; but that John loved Christ 3 1, 29 | who held high rank in the Church came to ~be called "persons." 4 1, 31 | 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, the Church sings: "Thou alone art Most 5 1, 32 | and ~especially if the Church has decided that consequences 6 1, 36 | expression, in the usage of the Church, is accommodated to ~signify 7 1, 36 | In every council of the Church a symbol of faith has been ~ 8 1, 43 | profit" - that is, of the Church. This utility consists in 9 1, 43 | early saints on whom the ~Church was in a way founded; in 10 1, 63 | order established by the Church. Such a sin ~does not presuppose 11 1, 70 | among the Doctors of the Church. It was the belief ~of Origen ( 12 1, 43 | profit" - that is, of the Church. This utility consists in 13 1, 43 | early saints on whom the ~Church was in a way founded; in 14 1, 64 | order established by the Church. Such a sin ~does not presuppose 15 1, 71 | among the Doctors of the Church. It was the belief ~of Origen ( 16 1, 91 | this is signified that the Church takes her origin from ~Christ. 17 1, 91 | speak in Christ and in the Church."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 18 1, 91 | and water - on which the Church was ~established.~Aquin.: 19 1, 105 | Gal. 4:26). But in the Church even superiors are enlightened 20 1, 112 | to the ~sacraments of the Church. Therefore angels are not 21 1, 116 | heavenly places through the Church." But ~the Church is the 22 1, 116 | through the Church." But ~the Church is the union of all the 23 1, 116 | that ~is, through the Church." As though he were to say: 24 1, 116 | from men, but not from the Church in heaven, which is contained 25 1, 116 | before ~all ages: because the Church was at first there, where 26 1, 116 | after the ~resurrection this Church composed of men will be 27 1, 116 | mysteries of Christ and the Church were fulfilled by the ~apostles, 28 2, 20 | instance, a man may go to church continuously, intending 29 2, 66 | why of each Confessor the Church sings: ~"There was not found 30 2, 71 | man wills "not to go to church," when he ~is bound to go - 31 2, 71 | that he is ~bound to go to church (or even before), occupies 32 2, 71 | man ~wills "not to go to church": while sometimes it will 33 2, 71 | that he ~is bound to go to church, does not think of going 34 2, 71 | of going or not going to church.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] A[ 35 2, 71 | when anyone omits going to ~church on account of sickness: 36 2, 71 | man wills "not to go to church," because it is too much 37 2, 71 | the time he ought to go to church - or, ~precede the omission, 38 2, 71 | being that he does not go to church in the morning. In this 39 2, 86 | it to Himself a glorious church not having spot or wrinkle": 40 2, 89 | it ~to Himself a glorious church, not having spot or wrinkle," 41 2, 97 | contempt on the customs of the Church ought ~to be punished as 42 2, 102 | Christ Himself and ~the Church, which pertains to the allegorical 43 2, 102 | divine worship. Thus our church takes the place of both 44 2, 102 | the very sacrifice of the Church is spiritual; wherefore ~ 45 2, 102 | signified the unity ~of the Church, whether militant or triumphant.~ 46 2, 102 | God, or the unity of the Church, so also the division of 47 2, 102 | and table may signify the Church's ~teaching, and faith, 48 2, 102 | Christ, who compose ~the Church. The boards were covered 49 2, 102 | the faithful of whom the ~Church of Christ is composed.~Aquin.: 50 2, 102 | enlightening of the primitive Church by Christ's ~preaching and 51 2, 102 | house, i.e. ~in a catholic church, and not in the conventicles 52 2, 102 | union of Christ with ~the Church, for that union was not 53 2, 102 | strange doctrine in the ~Church, which is a spiritual vineyard. 54 2, 102 | Likewise "the field," i.e. the ~Church, must not be sown "with 55 2, 103 | Tabernacles, to the ~feast of the Church Dedication: the feast of 56 2, 103 | the first Pastor of the Church complied with ~this observance; 57 2, 105 | not be excluded from the Church of God. ~Therefore it is 58 2, 105 | shall not enter into the ~church of the Lord for ever": whereas, 59 2, 105 | shalt not enter into the ~church of the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 106 | Comforter, should come. ~But the Church knows not yet all truth 61 2, 106 | effect, so that, to wit, the ~Church would be founded in every 62 2, 111 | common ~good of the whole Church, as stated above (AA[1], 63 2, 111 | common to all ~members of the Church, but gratuitous grace is 64 2, 111 | more exalted members of the Church. Hence gratuitous grace 65 2, 111 | the ~common good of the Church, which is ecclesiastical 66 2, 112 | beauty and perfection of the Church may result from these ~various 67 2, 113 | Paul is commemorated in the Church as miraculous.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 114 | as He is the Head of the Church, and the Author of human ~ 69 2, 1 | and the sacraments of the Church, and ~the condition of creatures. 70 2, 1 | and the sacraments ~of the Church, or any creatures whatever, 71 2, 1 | stands the authority of the Church who formulates the ~articles 72 2, 1 | Since then the ~Catholic Church is merely a created being, 73 2, 1 | Catholic and Apostolic Church."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[ 74 2, 1 | contrary, The universal Church cannot err, since she is 75 2, 1 | authority of the universal Church. Therefore it contains nothing ~ 76 2, 1 | as it were, of the whole Church, which is united together 77 2, 1 | faith. Now the faith of the Church is living faith; since such 78 2, 1 | all those who are of the Church not only outwardly ~but 79 2, 1 | In' the holy Catholic Church," this must be ~taken as 80 2, 1 | Ghost, ~Who sanctifies the Church; so that the sense is: " 81 2, 1 | Holy ~Ghost sanctifying the Church." But it is better and more 82 2, 1 | simply, "the holy Catholic ~Church," as Pope Leo [*Rufinus, 83 2, 1 | spread abroad, and when the Church was already at peace, it 84 2, 1 | anathema by the universal Church. Now it was forbidden under 85 2, 1 | anathema by the universal Church, to make a new edition of 86 2, 1 | symbol which is sung in the Church. ~Therefore it does not 87 2, 1 | questions that arise in the Church are referred," as stated 88 2, 1 | one faith of ~the whole Church, according to 1 Cor. 1:10: " 89 2, 1 | presides over the whole Church, so that the whole Church 90 2, 1 | Church, so that the whole Church may hold firmly ~to his 91 2, 1 | which concern the whole Church, such as to convoke a general ~ 92 2, 2 | the faith of the universal Church, which cannot err, ~since 93 2, 2 | in Christ and the ~Church," and it is incredible that 94 2, 2 | observed throughout the Church, and publicly proclaimed, 95 2, 3 | the gentiles and to the Church of ~God." Now confession 96 2, 4 | all the members of the Church: wherefore the Apostle says: " 97 2, 4 | common to all members of the Church, ~because its lifelessness 98 2, 5 | that the teaching of the Church is from God, although they 99 2, 5 | things themselves that the Church teaches, for instance that ~ 100 2, 5 | and the teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~from the 101 2, 5 | to the teaching of the Church, which proceeds ~from the 102 2, 5 | adheres to the teaching of the Church, as ~to an infallible rule, 103 2, 5 | assents to whatever the Church teaches; otherwise, ~if, 104 2, 5 | the things taught by the Church, he holds what he chooses 105 2, 5 | to the ~teaching of the Church as to an infallible rule, 106 2, 5 | follow the teaching of the Church in ~all things; but if he 107 2, 5 | according to the teaching of the Church who has the right ~understanding 108 2, 10 | of ~God, i.e. into Holy Church, by faith. Therefore some 109 2, 10 | father. Thus if the Catholic Church gathers together ~some of 110 2, 10 | without. When, ~therefore, the Church forbids the faithful to 111 2, 10 | inflicted by the sentence of the Church ~when he says (1 Cor. 5: 112 2, 10 | Accordingly, in the first way the Church does not forbid the faithful 113 2, 10 | i.e. as a punishment, the ~Church forbids the faithful to 114 2, 10 | apostates, ~because the Church pronounces sentence of excommunication 115 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Church does not exercise judgment 116 2, 10 | head that sometimes the Church, for certain special ~sins, 117 2, 10 | unbelieving judge. ~And so the Church altogether forbids unbelievers 118 2, 10 | sentence or ordination of the Church who has the authority of ~ 119 2, 10 | Body Para. 4/5~This the Church does sometimes, and sometimes 120 2, 10 | temporal matters, to the Church and ~her members, the Church 121 2, 10 | Church and ~her members, the Church made the law that if the 122 2, 10 | three months. Nor does the Church harm them in this, because ~ 123 2, 10 | themselves are subject to the Church, she can dispose of ~their 124 2, 10 | On the other hand, the ~Church has not applied the above 125 2, 10 | some craft. Wherefore the Church permits Christians to work 126 2, 10 | faith. For this reason the ~Church, at times, has tolerated 127 2, 10 | that, The custom of the Church has very great authority 128 2, 10 | derives its authority from the Church. Hence we ought to ~abide 129 2, 10 | by the authority of the Church rather than by that of an 130 2, 10 | never the custom of the ~Church to baptize the children 131 2, 10 | in contradiction to the ~Church's custom observed hitherto.~ 132 2, 11 | he may not have left the ~Church": and elsewhere he says 133 2, 11 | xviii, 51]: "In Christ's Church, those are heretics, who 134 2, 11 | to the ~doctrine of the Church. Accordingly, certain doctors 135 2, 11 | not as yet defined by the Church; although if anyone ~were 136 2, 11 | authority of the universal Church, he would be deemed a heretic. 137 2, 11 | taught in the Catholic ~Church. If anything therein has 138 2, 11 | whatever is necessary in the Church should be tolerated. ~Now 139 2, 11 | heresies are necessary in the Church, since the Apostle says ( 140 2, 11 | other, on the side of the Church. On their own ~side there 141 2, 11 | to be separated from ~the Church by excommunication, but 142 2, 11 | 2/2~On the part of the Church, however, there is mercy 143 2, 11 | he is yet stubborn, the Church no longer hoping for his ~ 144 2, 11 | separating him from the Church, and furthermore delivers 145 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Church should receive those who 146 2, 11 | It would seem that the Church ought in all cases to receive 147 2, 11 | Now the sentence of the Church is God's sentence, ~according 148 2, 11 | ought to be received ~by the Church as often as he has sinned 149 2, 11 | converted are received by the Church. Therefore heretics also ~ 150 2, 11 | should not be received by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 151 2, 11 | Lord's institution, the Church ~extends her charity to 152 2, 11 | often, are admitted by the Church to Penance whereby the ~ 153 2, 11 | 3/3~For this reason the Church not only admits to Penance 154 2, 11 | return in ~sincerity. But the Church cannot imitate God in this, 155 2, 12 | within the competency of the Church to punish unbelief in ~those 156 2, 12 | OBJ 1: At that time the Church was but recently instituted, 157 2, 13 | Holy Ghost ~by Whom the Church is united together. Therefore 158 2, 13 | by Whose inspiration the Church is taught," and ~therefore, 159 2, 13 | whereby the members of the Church are united together.~Aquin.: 160 2, 19 | viz. that there is in the Church the power of ~forgiving 161 2, 19 | remission of sins in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 162 2, 29 | the ~common good of the Church or state. In other cases 163 2, 30 | personage, and a support of the ~Church or State, since it would 164 2, 31 | incorrigible, cut them off from the Church."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 165 2, 31 | turning him ~out of the church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 166 2, 31 | a prelate is to tell the Church. ~Therefore witnesses should 167 2, 31 | would be denounced to the Church. Consequently it is ~befitting 168 2, 31 | to be told him as to the Church, i.e. as ~holding the position 169 2, 37 | schismatic if he disobeys the ~Church. But every sin makes a man 170 2, 37 | the commandments of the Church, ~because sin, according 171 2, 37 | from that of the Catholic ~Church." Therefore schism is not 172 2, 37 | love, but also the whole Church in unity of spirit.~Aquin.: 173 2, 37 | themselves from the unity of the Church; for this ~is the chief 174 2, 37 | subordinate to the unity of the Church, even as the mutual ~adaptation 175 2, 37 | body. Now the unity of the Church consists in two things; ~ 176 2, 37 | communion of the members of the ~Church, and again in the subordination 177 2, 37 | of all the members of the Church ~to the one head, according 178 2, 37 | Whose viceregent ~in the Church is the Sovereign Pontiff. 179 2, 37 | with ~those members of the Church who acknowledge his supremacy.~ 180 2, 37 | the commandments of the Church, and refuses to submit ~ 181 2, 37 | schism severs a man from the Church." Nevertheless, ~just as 182 2, 37 | for ~separating from the Church."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[39] A[ 183 2, 37 | those who come back to the Church ~after being baptized, are 184 2, 37 | who are separated from the Church, have a spiritual ~power.~ 185 2, 37 | by schism from the Roman Church, should be ~received mercifully 186 2, 37 | return to the unity of the Church, provided they be of commendable ~ 187 2, 37 | himself from the bonds of the Church, and ~from the fellowship 188 2, 37 | the consecrations of the ~Church are immovable so long as 189 2, 37 | that if he come back to the Church, he ~is not consecrated 190 2, 37 | severed from the unity of ~the Church, and disturb her peace, 191 2, 37 | with the members of the Church, and in ~this respect the 192 2, 37 | submission to the head of the ~Church, wherefore, since they are 193 2, 37 | to be controlled by the ~Church's spiritual power, it is 194 2, 37 | back to the unity of the Church ~those who are separated 195 2, 37 | effect. In like manner the Church, when excommunication does 196 2, 38 | tournaments are forbidden by the Church, since those who are slain 197 2, 41 | For a like ~reason the Church does not demand tithes in 198 2, 41 | demanded the restitution ~of Church property, notwithstanding 199 2, 41 | else; thus the goods of the Church are consigned to prelates, 200 2, 41 | duty. For a like reason the Church refrains ~from demanding 201 2, 60 | God ~or the good of the Church, one procures its being 202 2, 60 | taken something ~from the Church and makes restitution to 203 2, 60 | makes restitution to the Church, it reverts into his ~hands, 204 2, 60 | he is the guardian of the Church's property. Therefore he ~ 205 2, 60 | ought not to restore to the Church from whom he has taken: 206 2, 60 | which a prelate can rob the Church ~of her property. First 207 2, 60 | First by laying hands on Church property which is ~committed, 208 2, 60 | a ~relative or a friend) Church property committed to himself: 209 2, 60 | make restitution to the Church, and have it under his own 210 2, 60 | prelate may lay hands ~on Church property, merely in intention, 211 2, 60 | and not in the name of the Church: in which ~case he must 212 2, 61 | according to the law of the Church (Cap. Cum dilectus.) ~the 213 2, 61 | position of honor in the Church, to the exclusion of a poor ~ 214 2, 61 | conducting the business of the Church. Yet he would have ~to forego 215 2, 61 | and give the goods of the Church to their kindred without 216 2, 61 | members of a particular ~Church, is generally speaking more 217 2, 61 | since he loves more the Church wherein he was brought up. 218 2, 62 | are commemorated by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 219 2, 64 | be found in the Catholic Church." Now ~the reason why these 220 2, 64 | severing themselves ~from the Church, they think that those who 221 2, 65 | his rebellion against the Church, and since this rebellion 222 2, 66 | receiving the sacraments of the Church. Nor does a ~man profit 223 2, 66 | be made verbally to the Church, who will proceed, in virtue ~ 224 2, 68 | cardinal priest of the Roman Church, unless there be ~sixty-four 225 2, 68 | cardinal deacon of the Roman Church, unless ~there be twenty-seven 226 2, 68 | and clerics of the Roman Church, on account of its dignity: 227 2, 68 | reasons. First because in that Church those men ought to ~be promoted 228 2, 68 | dignity and ~authority of that Church, a result which would be 229 2, 68 | tolerate a sinner in that same Church, unless ~he were very notorious 230 2, 69 | in the cause of their own church, and monks in the cause ~ 231 2, 74 | just penalty: thus too the ~Church curses by pronouncing anathema. 232 2, 81 | very style employed by the ~Church in praying: since we beseech 233 2, 81 | to pray ~for us: yet the Church does the contrary. The saints 234 2, 81 | by the ministers of the Church ~representing the body of 235 2, 81 | that the ministers of the Church should say these ~prayers 236 2, 81 | common person of the whole Church: and so if anyone say ~the 237 2, 81 | referred to the person of the Church, from which he is ~excluded 238 2, 81 | things in several of the Church's collects. ~Thus in the 239 2, 84 | a certain thing to the ~Church, and fails to give it, he 240 2, 84 | by being ~deprived of the Church's sacraments. But it would 241 2, 84 | refuse ~the sacraments of the Church to those who refuse to make 242 2, 84 | is granted a portion of Church land, that he may make ~ 243 2, 84 | by will bequeaths to the Church ~something whether movable 244 2, 84 | account of the need of the Church, for instance if her ~ministers 245 2, 84 | been already offered to the Church by way of assignment.~Aquin.: 246 2, 84 | with the consent of the Church buy oblations ~such as loaves 247 2, 84 | the precincts of the Holy Church: because in the Old ~Testament 248 2, 84 | the possessions of the Church: for our Lord had a purse 249 2, 84 | or by ~ordination of the Church; secondly, through being 250 2, 84 | to them as rectors of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 251 2, 84 | account of scandal, lest the Church seem to favor sin if she 252 2, 84 | the ~declaration of the Church, in virtue of which men 253 2, 84 | country and the needs of ~the Church's ministers.~Aquin.: SMT 254 2, 85 | be the ministers of the Church ~for dissembling. But this 255 2, 85 | Law the authority of the Church has ~established the payment 256 2, 85 | from the institution of the Church; who, ~nevertheless, in 257 2, 85 | to the ordinance of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 258 2, 85 | to the ministers of the Church should be dispensed ~by 259 2, 85 | 5: The ministers of the Church ought to be more solicitous 260 2, 85 | manner the ministers of the Church rightly refrain from demanding ~ 261 2, 85 | refrain from demanding ~the Church's tithes, when they could 262 2, 85 | tithes in places where the Church does ~not demand them are 263 2, 85 | the commandment of the ~Church about the payment of tithes. 264 2, 85 | tithes. ~Nevertheless the Church must not accept the tithe 265 2, 85 | or neglect, because the Church ought not ~to be the loser 266 2, 85 | has not been ~tithed, the Church can command the tithes due 267 2, 85 | who has a thing due to the Church, and from the seller, because 268 2, 85 | concerned he has defrauded the Church: yet if one pays, the other ~ 269 2, 85 | hold the tithes from the Church in fee; and certain religious ~ 270 2, 85 | not unnecessary; indeed Church property, oblations and 271 2, 85 | Personal tithes are due to the church in whose parish a man ~dwells, 272 2, 85 | reasonably to belong to the church ~within whose bounds the 273 2, 85 | the flock is due to ~the church in whose lands the flock 274 2, 85 | grazes, rather than to the church on ~whose land the fold 275 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 3: Just as the Church can hand over to a layman 276 2, 85 | to ~the ministers of the Church. The motive may be either 277 2, 85 | either the need of the ~Church, as when tithes are due 278 2, 85 | granted ~to them in fee by the Church, or it may be the succoring 279 2, 85 | Decimis, etc.] the parish church should ~receive the tithes 280 2, 85 | territory of some parish church, or that one church has 281 2, 85 | parish church, or that one church has ecclesiastical ~property 282 2, 85 | own lands to the parish ~church, even though they be the 283 2, 85 | the clergy of that same church, because to ~possess a thing 284 2, 85 | possessing ~it in common. But church lands are not tithable, 285 2, 86 | His ~body, which is the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 286 2, 86 | through the ministry of the Church, it follows ~that it comes 287 2, 86 | that it comes under the Church's dispensation. Now a simple 288 2, 86 | vow, on account of ~the Church's decree [*Sext. Decret. 289 2, 86 | are in the power of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 290 2, 86 | Hence no prelate of the Church can make ~a man, who has 291 2, 86 | the institution of ~the Church; wherefore it seems that 292 2, 86 | wherefore it seems that the Church can grant a dispensation ~ 293 2, 86 | division. For this reason the Church ~cannot dispense from a 294 2, 86 | the ~common goods of the Church. In like manner neither 295 2, 86 | you promise. Again in ~the Church a prelate stands in God' 296 2, 86 | promote the interests of the Church which is ~His Body.~Aquin.: 297 2, 86 | Christ ~throughout the whole Church, he exercises absolute power 298 2, 87 | has charge over the ~whole Church; and even of absolute relaxation, 299 2, 88 | in the ~exorcisms of the Church, whereby the power of the 300 2, 89 | to recite the office in church: God is to be sung not with 301 2, 89 | medicaments, and make the church resound with ~theatrical 302 2, 89 | the great, who are in the ~church, ought not to sing: for 303 2, 89 | a new canticle." But the Church does not make use of musical ~ 304 2, 89 | established singing in the Church of ~Milan, a Augustine relates ( 305 2, 89 | usage of singing in the church, that so by the delight 306 2, 89 | voices of Thy sweet-attuned Church."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[91] A[ 307 2, 89 | who sing theatrically in church not in order to arouse devotion, ~ 308 2, 91 | pernicious is tolerated in the Church. Yet the ~Church tolerates 309 2, 91 | in the Church. Yet the ~Church tolerates various rites 310 2, 91 | Gauls, or in any part of the Church." Therefore no ~way of worshiping 311 2, 91 | impersonating the whole ~Church. For even as he would be 312 2, 91 | who, on the part of the ~Church, gives worship to God contrary 313 2, 91 | manner established by the ~Church or divine authority, and 314 2, 91 | The various customs of the Church in the divine worship are ~ 315 2, 91 | commandments of God and of the Church, and in ~keeping with the 316 2, 91 | commandments ~of God and of the Church, or if it be contrary to 317 2, 92 | related in Ex. 25, and in the Church are ~images set up which 318 2, 92 | Law, nor ~again now in the Church are images set up that the 319 2, 93 | yet poured forth into the Church: "whereas the same deacons 320 2, 93 | flee, lest all die and ~the Church be forsaken, should there 321 2, 94 | is not the Gospel read in church and heard ~by all every 322 2, 96 | the ~statutes of a certain church, and afterwards new statutes 323 2, 97 | with ~the apparel of the Church and its ministers; and those 324 2, 97 | burning or destroying a church, and ~minor excommunication 325 2, 97 | slave from the confines of a church he shall pay nine hundred 326 2, 97 | to the statutes of the ~Church, which does not inflict 327 2, 97 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Church inflicts not the death of 328 2, 98 | although the possessions of the Church belong to him as ~dispenser 329 2, 98 | money from the income of any church in exchange for a ~spiritual 330 2, 98 | belonging to the goods of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 331 2, 98 | through the ~ministers of the Church, whom the people are bound 332 2, 98 | with the statutes of the Church and approved customs, is 333 2, 98 | only a sacrament of the Church, but also an office ~of 334 2, 98 | considered as a ~sacrament of the Church. Hence, according to the 335 2, 98 | with the statutes of the ~Church and approved customs is 336 2, 98 | if it were decreed in any church that no procession would 337 2, 98 | payment from the ~funds of the Church as a means of livelihood. 338 2, 98 | instruct the clerics of ~that church and other poor persons, 339 2, 98 | Wherefore let ~no person sell a church, or a prebend, or anything 340 2, 98 | sold for the needs of the Church or of the poor provided ~ 341 2, 98 | for a cemetery or even a church. Nevertheless ~because even 342 2, 98 | there ~has previously been a church, as we have also said with 343 2, 98 | serve the ~interests of the Church should be rewarded." Now 344 2, 98 | serving the interests of the Church. Therefore it seems lawful 345 2, 98 | e.g. to the good of the Church, or benefit of her ~ministers), 346 2, 98 | should obey, so long as the Church ~tolerates him. Yet no one 347 2, 98 | expended for the ~good of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 348 2, 98 | must be ~restored to the Church that has incurred loss by 349 2, 98 | of the chapter of ~that church was at fault, since others 350 2, 98 | the poor or to some other church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 351 2, 98 | his order in ~some other Church; or again a greater dispensation, 352 2, 98 | him to remain in the same Church, but in minor orders; or 353 2, 98 | major orders in the same Church, but ~not to accept a prelacy.~ 354 2, 106 | though they belong to the ~Church outwardly, do not belong 355 2, 106 | reflects on God and the ~Church: and then it is the duty 356 2, 106 | the administration of the Church on account of being ~infected 357 2, 106 | infected with leprosy; and a Church ceases to be an episcopal 358 2, 106 | the administration of the Church: and for ~bigamy, or through 359 2, 106 | be attached to a certain ~church belongs to the good of the 360 2, 109 | pretends to be), so too in the Church and in every department 361 2, 117 | are the dispensers ~of the Church's goods, that belong to 362 2, 120 | by the institution of the Church and the custom of Christian 363 2, 122 | honored in the Catholic Church with ~most solemn veneration." 364 2, 122 | Dei i) that "possibly the Church ~was induced by certain 365 2, 122 | fortitude; for which reason the Church reads in the office of Martyrs: ~ 366 2, 122 | this is not consistent with Church observance, for ~we do not 367 2, 122 | martyrdom. For this reason the ~Church celebrates the martyrdom 368 2, 145 | Therefore it seems that the Church should not have made fasting ~ 369 2, 145 | authority: the latter is the Church fast, the former is the 370 2, 145 | it was fitting that the Church ~should appoint certain 371 2, 145 | common. In doing this ~the Church does not make a precept 372 2, 145 | not keep the fasts of the Church, sin mortally. ~Aquin.: 373 2, 145 | custom of the ~universal Church." On the other hand, the 374 2, 145 | custom ~of the universal Church. Nor are they opposed to 375 2, 145 | to keep the fasts of the Church?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 376 2, 145 | to keep the fasts of the Church. ~For the commandments of 377 2, 145 | the commandments of the Church are binding even as the 378 2, 145 | the fasts appointed by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 379 2, 145 | the ~commandment of the Church, it seems that the fasts 380 2, 145 | seems that the fasts of the Church ought ~not to be omitted 381 2, 145 | the commandments of the Church are not binding in opposition 382 2, 145 | the commandment of the ~Church to fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS 383 2, 145 | fasts ~appointed by the Church, to which all are bound 384 2, 145 | the commandments ~of the Church are about matters which 385 2, 145 | through the ordinance of the Church. Hence there may ~be certain 386 2, 145 | are not bound to keep the Church fasts: and yet it is fitting ~ 387 2, 145 | omitting the fasts of ~the Church. But if one be under the 388 2, 145 | to keep the fasts of the ~Church, one is not bound to fast: 389 2, 145 | because in ordering fasts the Church ~would not seem to have 390 2, 145 | keeping the fasts ~of the Church. On the other hand, those 391 2, 145 | Whether the times for the Church fast are fittingly ascribed?~ 392 2, 145 | seem that the times for the Church fast are unfittingly ~appointed. 393 2, 145 | unfittingly kept in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 394 2, 145 | the five weeks which the Church solemnizes ~on account of 395 2, 145 | the general custom of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 396 2, 145 | from the dead, and so the Church ordered ~a fast to be observed 397 2, 145 | it is ~the custom in the Church for Holy orders to be conferred 398 2, 145 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: The Church keeps the Ember fasts, neither 399 2, 145 | the ~commandment of the Church are rather "fasts of sorrow" 400 2, 145 | fasting is not ordered by ~the Church during the whole of the 401 2, 145 | Fasting is instituted by the Church in order to bridle ~concupiscence, 402 2, 145 | Therefore it is appointed by the Church, ~in her moderation, that 403 2, 145 | Eucharist. The fast of the Church is another kind and is ~ 404 2, 145 | save by such ~things as the Church intended to forbid in instituting 405 2, 145 | instituting the fast. Now the ~Church does not intend to command 406 2, 145 | the fast ordered by the Church is binding on all. But ~ 407 2, 145 | fasting was instituted by the ~Church in order to bridle the concupiscences 408 2, 145 | food and sex. Wherefore the Church ~forbade those who fast 409 2, 145 | incentive to lust. Hence the Church has bidden ~those who fast 410 2, 145 | institution of fasting, the Church takes account of ~the more 411 2, 145 | always the ~case. Hence the Church forbade those who fast to 412 2, 147 | the highest degree in the Church: and the ~Apostle commands 413 2, 147 | and all ministers of the ~Church, who should fulfil their 414 2, 150 | They are a flower of the Church's sowing, the pride and ~ 415 2, 150 | The ~authority of the Church informs the faithful in 416 2, 166 | commandment of God or of the Church ~rather than forego, such 417 2, 169 | unto the edification of the Church," it follows that ~prophecy 418 2, 170 | given for the good of the ~Church, according to 1 Cor. 12: 419 2, 171 | something, as, for instance, the Church was ~signified by the ark 420 2, 172 | as yet ~declared by the Church to be Canonical Scripture; 421 2, 172 | the entire faith ~of the Church is founded on the revelation 422 2, 172 | confession, "I will build My Church."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 423 2, 172 | book about the end of ~the Church; and at all times there 424 2, 174 | His body, which is the ~Church, according to Jn. 1:16, " 425 2, 174 | all nations, because the Church ~herself already speaks 426 2, 174 | since whoever is not ~in the Church, receives not the Holy Ghost."~ 427 2, 174 | to the edification of the Church, for which purpose he that ~ 428 2, 175 | pertains to the ~profit of the Church, He provides also the members 429 2, 175 | also the members of the Church with ~speech; to the effect 430 2, 175 | addressing oneself to the whole church, and this is not permitted 431 2, 175 | persuading publicly in the church belong not to ~subjects 432 2, 176 | provides ~sufficiently for the Church in matters profitable unto 433 2, 176 | miracles": ~wherefore in the Church the canonization of certain 434 2, 181 | duties or states in the Church?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 435 2, 181 | duties or states ~in the Church. For distinction is opposed 436 2, 181 | duties and states in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 437 2, 181 | duties and states in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 438 2, 181 | Further, the good of the Church seemingly consists chiefly 439 2, 181 | states and duties in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[183] A[ 440 2, 181 | written in praise of the Church (Ps. 44:10) that ~she is " 441 2, 181 | the Queen," namely the Church, "is bedecked with the teaching 442 2, 181 | states and duties in the Church regards ~three things. In 443 2, 181 | regards the perfection of the Church. ~For even as in the order 444 2, 181 | perfecting of the body of the Church. This is the meaning of 445 2, 181 | which are necessary in the Church. For a diversity of actions ~ 446 2, 181 | dignity and beauty of the Church, ~which consist in a certain 447 2, 181 | obstacle to ~the unity of the Church, for this results from the 448 2, 181 | Hence there was ~need in the Church, which is Christ's body, 449 2, 181 | departs, so too in ~the Church's body the peace of the 450 2, 181 | quickens the body of the Church, as stated ~in Jn. 6:64. 451 2, 181 | among the members of ~the Church is directed to three things: 452 2, 182 | state in relation to the Church. It is in this latter sense ~ 453 2, 182 | namely in so far as the Church ~derives a certain beauty 454 2, 182 | that by the custom of the ~Church they are subject to the 455 2, 182 | rightful governors of the Church." Now bishops are in the 456 2, 182 | appoint throughout the ~Church seven deacons, who were 457 2, 182 | so ~far as in the Western Church the receiving of a sacred 458 2, 182 | addressing the priests of the Church of Ephesus he says (Acts ~ 459 2, 182 | you bishops, to rule the church of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 460 2, 182 | God hath set some in the church . . . helps, ~governments,' 461 2, 182 | commission, so too in the Church the episcopal cure is conferred 462 2, 182 | governing the people in his church under the bishop and leading 463 2, 183 | desire supremacy in the Church ~is neither just nor useful. 464 2, 183 | an account of ~the whole Church? None save him who fears 465 2, 183 | ad Eudox.): "If Mother ~Church requires your service, neither 466 2, 183 | ease to the needs of the Church: for if no good men were 467 2, 183 | ease to the needs ~of the Church," and all the more since 468 2, 183 | dispensed for the good of the Church, according to 1 Cor. 14: 469 2, 183 | unto the edifying of the Church"; and the divine mysteries 470 2, 183 | is best for governing the Church, one namely who is able 471 2, 183 | defend, and govern the Church peacefully. Hence Jerome, ~ 472 2, 183 | erect as pillars of the Church, not those whom they know 473 2, 183 | to be more ~useful to the Church, but those whom they love 474 2, 183 | man to be ~chosen for the Church's seat of honor, in despite 475 2, 183 | respects fitted to govern the Church: wherefore He questioned 476 2, 183 | for ~the government of the Church, we must look chiefly to 477 2, 183 | the righteousness of the Church; ~because the pastoral cure 478 2, 183 | of some advantage to the Church, or on account of some danger 479 2, 183 | persecutors: in order that the Church be not abandoned by ~others 480 2, 183 | place of the apostles in the Church, ~according to a gloss on 481 2, 183 | oneself ~from the goods of the Church, than accumulate a surplus 482 2, 183 | supported ~from the funds of the Church. But those who have sufficient 483 2, 183 | to them, and let not the Church be charged, that there may 484 2, 183 | increase the revenue of the ~Church.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 485 2, 183 | de ~reditibus): "Of the Church's revenues or the offerings 486 2, 183 | stated above the goods of the Church have to be employed ~not 487 2, 183 | himself on the ~goods of the Church, always supposing him to 488 2, 183 | spends the surplus from the ~Church revenue, in buying property, 489 2, 183 | use ~connected with the Church or the needs of the poor. 490 2, 183 | their own, but as due to the Church. Hence it is added ~(XVIII, 491 2, 184 | neither in the law of the Church does ~every ordinance or 492 2, 185 | transgress the ordinance of the Church. Therefore seemingly it 493 2, 185 | irregular by ordinance of the Church may not ~be raised to the 494 2, 185 | business connected with the ~Church." And the same applies to 495 2, 185 | the canonical hours in the church, but to those who tell psalms ~ 496 2, 185 | perform public prayers in the church, ~or give public lectures 497 2, 185 | live on the alms of the Church, so that the Church may ~ 498 2, 185 | the Church, so that the Church may ~have "sufficient for 499 2, 185 | common profit of the ~whole Church. Wherefore Jerome says ( 500 2, 185 | who in the field of the Church tills the hearts of his ~


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