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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 94 | thereby a kind of spiritual marriage takes place between ~God 2 2, 74 | this is found also in the ~marriage act, but by reason of an 3 2, 92 | a consecrated virgin in marriage": or ~punishes, as: "Let 4 2, 100 | Author of the institution of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 5 2, 100 | of Divine institution, as marriage and the ~like; sometimes 6 2, 102 | be tarnished by such a ~marriage: and for the sake of the 7 2, 105 | this is impossible ~if the marriage bond can be sundered. Therefore 8 2, 105 | who ~were to be taken in marriage: for instance, that they 9 2, 105 | were to be treated after marriage. To ~wit, that they should 10 2, 105 | was lawful to ~take her in marriage: as was the case with Ruth 11 2, 10 | will. For the bond of ~marriage is stronger than the right 12 2, 10 | at liberty; whereas the marriage bond cannot be severed by 13 2, 10 | put asunder." And yet the marriage bond is broken on account 14 2, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the marriage bond, both husband and wife 15 2, 30 | support of the burdens of marriage, whether that property be ~ 16 2, 30 | husband's equal in the marriage act, yet in matters of housekeeping, 17 2, 38 | meritorious still. Thus the marriage act may be meritorious; ~ 18 2, 61 | Dispensations for contracting marriage came into use for ~the purpose 19 2, 86 | impediment to the contract of ~marriage, and annul marriage if it 20 2, 86 | of ~marriage, and annul marriage if it be contracted, which 21 2, 86 | concourse of soldiers, while a marriage is solemnized in another 22 2, 86 | takes place only when the marriage is celebrated, and when ~ 23 2, 86 | with regard to ~contracting marriage. But he is not in his own 24 2, 86 | peace through a ~certain marriage to be contracted. Yet since 25 2, 92 | and his ~children, or his marriage." Thirdly, on account of 26 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, marriage is a sacrament. But sometimes 27 2, 98 | sometimes money is given ~for marriage. Therefore it is lawful 28 2, 102 | question of ~contracting marriage or of remaining in the state 29 2, 149 | honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145]] of marriage, is not devoid of shame: 30 2, 150 | excellence in comparison with marriage;~(5) Of its excellence in 31 2, 150 | involve the condemnation of ~marriage. Therefore virginity is 32 2, 150 | without sin, namely by marriage. Therefore virginity is 33 2, 150 | virginity is more excellent than marriage?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 34 2, 150 | not more excellent than marriage. ~For Augustine says (De 35 2, 150 | virginity is not preferable ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 36 2, 150 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 2). Now marriage is directed to ~the common 37 2, 150 | Writ show that neither is marriage sinful, nor is ~it to be 38 2, 150 | not to be preferable to marriage. ~This error is refuted 39 2, 150 | Vulg.: 'the Lord'], whereas marriage is ~directed to the good 40 2, 150 | celibacy of John and ~the marriage of Abraham fought Christ' 41 2, 150 | better than the chastity of marriage." Further on he gives ~the 42 2, 150 | times seek naught else from marriage but children in ~order to 43 2, 150 | both of widowhood and ~of marriage. And because comeliness 44 2, 150 | fruit is ascribed, and to marriage, to ~which is ascribed the 45 2, 151 | intercourse as not to pay the marriage debt.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] 46 2, 152 | bound to another man by marriage, so may it happen that a ~ 47 2, 152 | contracts a spiritual ~marriage with God, the sacrilege 48 2, 152 | comprised under ~lust, for the marriage act that is done out of 49 2, 152 | any previous compact of marriage is both hindered from ~contracting 50 2, 152 | from ~contracting a lawful marriage and is put on the road to 51 2, 152 | is free from the bond of marriage, she is ~not free from her 52 2, 152 | it should be ~removed by marriage only. Hence seduction is 53 2, 152 | sin of lust is curbed by marriage: for it is written ~(1 Cor. 54 2, 152 | an obstacle to subsequent marriage, for it was enacted in the ~ 55 2, 152 | not have those women in marriage, ~although they should have 56 2, 152 | fornication or by the act of marriage: for the conditions of rape ~ 57 2, 152 | maiden who is promised in marriage is to be ~judged differently 58 2, 152 | one who ~is promised in marriage must be restored to her 59 2, 152 | consent. ~Otherwise the marriage is unlawful, since whosoever 60 2, 152 | rape does not dissolve a marriage ~already contracted, although 61 2, 152 | Three kinds of ~lawful marriage," says he, "are mentioned 62 2, 152 | are promised to ~others in marriage, especially if the betrothal 63 2, 152 | maiden, with regard to whose marriage nothing had so far been 64 2, 152 | in contravention of the ~marriage compact, whether through 65 2, 152 | is not joined to him in marriage, which is contrary to the ~ 66 2, 152 | is united to another in marriage, and thus he hinders the 67 2, 152 | contrary to the fidelity of marriage, or ~with regard to the 68 2, 152 | the point of breaking the marriage faith which is due ~between 69 2, 152 | acts counter to the good of marriage if he use her indecently, ~ 70 2, 152 | authority, as united to him ~in marriage: whereas the maid is under 71 2, 152 | contrary ~to the good of marriage in one way, and the sin 72 2, 152 | consecrated ~virgin with a view to marriage, he shall be liable to capital 73 2, 153 | flesh ~is the purpose of marriage is equalled to the continence 74 2, 167 | of life inconsistent with marriage, cannot without sin desire 75 2, 170 | that "at the time of the ~marriage act, the presence of the 76 2, 182 | contrary to charity, such as marriage, the ~occupation of worldly 77 2, 184 | condemned for ~equaling marriage to virginity.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 184 | while "He withheld from marriage John who ~wished to marry" [* 79 2, 184 | better than the chastity of marriage, one of which Abraham ~had 80 2, 184 | together ~with wealth and marriage, which is a mark of the 81 2, 184 | living as admit of the use of marriage are not ~the religious life 82 2, 187 | even after contracting marriage by words in the ~present 83 2, 187 | fulfil his vow so long as the marriage is not ~consummated, because 84 2, 187 | were to be ~married, his marriage would not be invalid, as 85 3, 6 | as a woman is taken ~in marriage on account of her beauty, 86 3, 6 | woman's fittingness ~for the marriage tie, yet when her beauty 87 3, 6 | beauty passes away, the marriage tie ~still remains. So likewise, 88 3, 28 | In that union," viz. the marriage of Mary and ~Joseph, "the 89 3, 28 | mingling, by the mere bond of marriage: being thereby united to ~ 90 3, 28 | to Joseph, lest in that marriage any slight ~should be offered 91 3, 28 | thee Mary thy wife." But ~marriage is consummated by carnal 92 3, 28 | 1:27: "The fact of her marriage is declared, not ~to insinuate 93 3, 29 | Whether there was true marriage between our Lord's Mother 94 3, 29 | pregnancy is the reward of marriage and gives grace to the ~ 95 3, 29 | Whether there was a true marriage between Mary and Joseph?~ 96 3, 29 | seem that there was no true marriage between Mary and ~Joseph. 97 3, 29 | But if this was a true marriage, ~Joseph was truly her husband. 98 3, 29 | Therefore there was no true marriage ~between Mary and Joseph.~ 99 3, 29 | husband' suspect not a marriage; but ~remember that Scripture 100 3, 29 | husband and wife." But a true marriage is not effected by the betrothal, ~ 101 3, 29 | Therefore, there was no true marriage between the ~Blessed Virgin 102 3, 29 | solemnized, there was no true marriage: ~especially since, after 103 3, 29 | especially since, after the marriage contract, no one can lawfully 104 3, 29 | are taught that if ~after marriage they remain continent by 105 3, 29 | still and is rightly called marriage, even without intercourse 106 3, 29 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Marriage or wedlock is said to be 107 3, 29 | first perfection, that the marriage of the ~Virgin Mother of 108 3, 29 | which is attained by the marriage act, ~if this be referred 109 3, 29 | are ~begotten; thus this marriage was not consummated. Wherefore 110 3, 29 | a wife. The ~fact of her marriage is declared, not to insinuate 111 3, 29 | union." Nevertheless, this marriage ~had the second perfection, 112 3, 29 | blessings are fulfilled in ~the marriage of Christ's parents, offspring, 113 3, 29 | husband" in reference to marriage ~consummated.~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 29 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: By marriage Jerome means the nuptial 115 3, 29 | not yet consummated the marriage. Therefore, as Chrysostom 116 3, 29 | Fear not to solemnize your marriage with her." Others, however, ~ 117 3, 43 | water into wine at ~the marriage feast?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 118 3, 43 | changed water into wine at the marriage feast. For we read in the 119 3, 43 | changing water into wine at the marriage feast took ~place in the 120 3, 43 | miracles before that of the marriage feast.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 121 3, 63 | resurrection there will be no marriage, because ~begetting will 122 3, 63 | which is the purpose of marriage. Now the exterior ~worship 123 3, 68 | just as they can contract marriage. Consequently such ~can 124 3, 72 | the children of ~another's marriage from the sacred font, or 125 3, 80 | Those who pay the debt of marriage not from lust, ~but from 126 3, 80 | offspring, or of paying the ~marriage debt), does not prevent 127 Suppl, 12| from invading another's marriage ~right, so satisfaction 128 Suppl, 23| salutary words, "law" to marriage, "lowliness" ~to subjection. 129 Suppl, 37| impediment to the contracting ~of marriage and annul the marriage that 130 Suppl, 37| of marriage and annul the marriage that is already contracted. 131 Suppl, 41| nor was he bound by any marriage tie," ~wherein matrimony 132 Suppl, 41| were free to abstain ~from marriage, it would seem that matrimony 133 Suppl, 41| giveth not his ~virgin in marriage doth better [*Vulg.: 'He 134 Suppl, 41| that giveth his virgin in ~marriage doth well, and he that giveth 135 Suppl, 41| than he that giveth her in marriage. Therefore the contract 136 Suppl, 41| Therefore the contract of marriage ~is not now a matter of 137 Suppl, 41| contemplative life to which marriage is a very great obstacle, 138 Suppl, 41| natural inclination to marriage is not binding by way of 139 Suppl, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the marriage act is always sinful?~Aquin.: 140 Suppl, 41| It would seem that the marriage act is always sinful. For 141 Suppl, 41| married do not perform the marriage act. ~Therefore even those 142 Suppl, 41| and your God." ~Now the marriage act divides man from God 143 Suppl, 41| Jovini, 18) that in the ~marriage act "the Holy Ghost touches 144 Suppl, 41| means be well ~done. Now the marriage act is always connected 145 Suppl, 41| excuse save sin. Now the ~marriage act needs to be excused 146 Suppl, 41| needs to be excused by the marriage blessings, as the Master ~ 147 Suppl, 41| species are judged alike. But marriage ~intercourse is of the same 148 Suppl, 41| adultery is a sin, the marriage act is likewise.~Aquin.: 149 Suppl, 41| excess of pleasure in the marriage act, so much so that it 150 Suppl, 41| anything." Therefore the marriage act is always a sin.~Aquin.: 151 Suppl, 41| carnal union. Therefore the marriage act is not a sin; ~else 152 Suppl, 41| matter of precept. But the marriage act is a matter ~of precept ( 153 Suppl, 41| Apostle did not forbid the marriage act, ~as neither did he 154 Suppl, 41| prophets at the time of the marriage act.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] 155 Suppl, 41| always accompanies ~the marriage act is a shamefulness not 156 Suppl, 41| in part. And since the ~marriage act, by reason of the corruption 157 Suppl, 41| is wholly excused by the marriage ~blessing, so as not to 158 Suppl, 41| intensity of pleasure in the marriage act does not do this, since, ~ 159 Suppl, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the marriage act is meritorious?~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 41| It would seem that the marriage act is not meritorious. 161 Suppl, 41| commentary on Matthew: "Although marriage brings ~no punishment to 162 Suppl, 41| relation to meed. Therefore the marriage act is not meritorious.~ 163 Suppl, 41| whereby one refrains from marriage is praiseworthy. ~Therefore 164 Suppl, 41| praiseworthy. ~Therefore the marriage act is not meritorious.~ 165 Suppl, 41| a favor. Therefore the marriage act is not meritorious.~ 166 Suppl, 41| in difficulty. But the ~marriage act affords not difficulty 167 Suppl, 41| always a venial sin in the marriage act, since even the ~first 168 Suppl, 41| charity. Now such is the marriage act, for it is said ~(1 169 Suppl, 41| FS, Q[18], A[9]), the marriage act is always either sinful 170 Suppl, 41| For if the motive for the marriage act ~be a virtue, whether 171 Suppl, 41| lust, yet not excluding the marriage ~blessings, namely that 172 Suppl, 41| while if he exclude the marriage blessings, so ~as to be 173 Suppl, 41| of an act; and thus the marriage act is not ~meritorious 174 Suppl, 41| is the ~difficulty in the marriage act.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] 175 Suppl, 41| is ~not the case in the marriage act, and consequently the 176 Suppl, 42| 1: The words whereby the marriage consent is expressed are 177 Suppl, 42| creation where there is no ~marriage. Therefore Matrimony was 178 Suppl, 42| that, Nature inclines to marriage with a certain good in view, ~ 179 Suppl, 42| determined in connection with marriage. Hence these various institutions ~ 180 Suppl, 42| that the institution ~of marriage was from God.~Aquin.: SMT 181 Suppl, 42| all men ought to contract marriage, and it ~would be very stupid 182 Suppl, 42| to something outside the marriage blessings, ~but that this 183 Suppl, 42| and this is ~done by the marriage blessings which justify 184 Suppl, 42| is an integral part of ~marriage. For at the very institution 185 Suppl, 42| the very institution of marriage it was declared (Gn. ~2: 186 Suppl, 42| it is an integral part of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 187 Suppl, 42| is an operation or use of marriage which gives the faculty ~ 188 Suppl, 42| the former integrity of marriage [*Cf. TP, Q[29], A[2]~].~ 189 Suppl, 42| expressed the integrity of marriage in regard to both ~perfections, 190 Suppl, 42| Before carnal intercourse marriage is a remedy by virtue of ~ 191 Suppl, 43| certain things ~annexed to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] Out. 192 Suppl, 43| betrothal is a promise of future marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 193 Suppl, 43| defined "a promise ~of future marriage," as expressed in the words 194 Suppl, 43| the Church to fulfill the marriage. Therefore a betrothal is 195 Suppl, 43| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, marriage should be free and absolute. 196 Suppl, 43| described as a promise of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 197 Suppl, 43| make a promise of future marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 198 Suppl, 43| spouse on account of actual ~marriage, according to the text ( 199 Suppl, 43| always a promise of future marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 200 Suppl, 43| future does not make a marriage, but a promise of marriage; 201 Suppl, 43| marriage, but a promise of marriage; and this ~promise is called " 202 Suppl, 43| used to give ~pledges of marriage, by which they plighted 203 Suppl, 43| mutual consent under ~the marriage code, and they provided 204 Suppl, 43| either it is contrary to the marriage blessings, as if we were ~ 205 Suppl, 43| it is not contrary to the marriage ~blessings, as were one 206 Suppl, 43| respect ~of contracting marriage; and he who fulfills not 207 Suppl, 43| destroy the liberty ~of marriage; for if it be unlawful, 208 Suppl, 43| price for the consent of marriage, ~but as referring to the 209 Suppl, 43| of a dowry; so that the marriage does not ~lose its liberty. 210 Suppl, 43| penalty, and then, since marriage ~should be free, such a 211 Suppl, 43| to fulfill the promise of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 212 Suppl, 43| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: In marriage we may consider both the 213 Suppl, 43| we may consider both the marriage union and the ~marriage 214 Suppl, 43| marriage union and the ~marriage act; and on account of his 215 Suppl, 43| spouse," even when the marriage has been contracted by words ~ 216 Suppl, 43| promises ~[spondet] the marriage act. However, properly speaking, 217 Suppl, 43| betrothal is directed to marriage. But for marriage ~the same 218 Suppl, 43| directed to marriage. But for marriage ~the same age is not assigned 219 Suppl, 43| betrothed as soon as future marriage can ~be agreeable to one. 220 Suppl, 43| contract not betrothal but marriage. ~Therefore it is by the 221 Suppl, 43| before it, ~enter into the marriage contract by words expressive 222 Suppl, 43| manner if they contract marriage ~by words expressive of 223 Suppl, 43| Regarding the age for the marriage contract a disposition ~ 224 Suppl, 43| betrothal, but not as regards marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 225 Suppl, 43| contract does not amount ~to marriage, nevertheless the parties 226 Suppl, 43| fixed for completing the marriage. Wherefore if it ~was no 227 Suppl, 43| fault of that party that the marriage was not completed, he or 228 Suppl, 43| the non-completion of the marriage, this responsibility involves 229 Suppl, 43| to one another, and the marriage thus contracted have an 230 Suppl, 43| if ~it supervene before marriage, which is an effect of the 231 Suppl, 43| whereas the second contract of marriage has greater force than the ~ 232 Suppl, 44| partners. Hence, since by marriage certain persons are directed 233 Suppl, 44| wedding ~ceremony, whereby the marriage is completed, the heads 234 Suppl, 44| relation to the nature of marriage than the father ~has.~Aquin.: 235 Suppl, 44| alluded to is as follows: "Marriage ~is the marital union of 236 Suppl, 45| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE MARRIAGE CONSENT CONSIDERED IN ITSELF ( 237 Suppl, 45| expressive of the future makes a ~marriage?~(4) Whether consent given 238 Suppl, 45| inward consent, makes a true marriage outwardly?~(5) Whether consent 239 Suppl, 45| of the present ~makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 240 Suppl, 45| cause. Now there is one ~marriage between two persons, as 241 Suppl, 45| but ~consent that makes a marriage." ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] 242 Suppl, 45| latter's consent. Now by marriage ~each of the married parties 243 Suppl, 45| Therefore ~consent makes a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 244 Suppl, 45| the ~joining together of marriage is effected in the same 245 Suppl, 45| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as marriage is one on the part of the 246 Suppl, 45| Therefore consent also makes a ~marriage binding even without being 247 Suppl, 45| 2: Further, there can be marriage between persons who are 248 Suppl, 45| Now there is a case of ~marriage without the expression of 249 Suppl, 45| stated above (A[1]), the marriage union is effected in ~the 250 Suppl, 45| the consent which makes a ~marriage must also be expressed in 251 Suppl, 45| expression of words ~is to marriage what the outward washing 252 Suppl, 45| expressive of the future makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 253 Suppl, 45| expressive of the ~future makes a marriage. For as present is to present, 254 Suppl, 45| of the present makes a ~marriage in the present. Therefore 255 Suppl, 45| expressive of ~the future makes a marriage in the future.~Aquin.: SMT 256 Suppl, 45| man contracts a spiritual marriage ~with God. Now the religious 257 Suppl, 45| binding. Therefore carnal marriage also can be effected by ~ 258 Suppl, 45| the future tense made a marriage, ~since from the very fact 259 Suppl, 45| from the very fact that his marriage with the one is valid, he ~ 260 Suppl, 45| future tense does not make a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 261 Suppl, 45| this manner does not make a marriage, but a promise ~[sponsionem] 262 Suppl, 45| promise ~[sponsionem] of marriage, and this promise is known 263 Suppl, 45| it is not the spiritual ~marriage itself that is expressed 264 Suppl, 45| an act of the spiritual marriage, namely obedience or observance 265 Suppl, 45| however, a man vow spiritual marriage in the future, it is not ~ 266 Suppl, 45| it is not ~a spiritual marriage, for a man does not become 267 Suppl, 45| absence of inward consent, a marriage is made by consent ~given 268 Suppl, 45| absence of inward consent a ~marriage is made by consent expressed 269 Suppl, 45| released of the bond of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 270 Suppl, 45| consequently whenever he uses marriage he will ~commit fornication.~ 271 Suppl, 45| he ~may have contracted marriage with another woman by words 272 Suppl, 45| consent ~were requisite for marriage. Therefore it is not required.~ 273 Suppl, 45| things cannot complete ~the marriage bond in the absence of consent."~ 274 Suppl, 45| intention of contracting marriage; and ~therefore he does 275 Suppl, 45| therefore he does not contract a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 276 Suppl, 45| inward consent makes no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 277 Suppl, 45| he ~is not bound by the marriage tie, albeit not in the tribunal 278 Suppl, 45| on ~neither side is there marriage, since marriage consists 279 Suppl, 45| is there marriage, since marriage consists in a mutual ~joining 280 Suppl, 45| words of the present makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 281 Suppl, 45| present ~does not make a marriage. For a thing that is in 282 Suppl, 45| Therefore ~she cannot by marriage be transferred to a husband' 283 Suppl, 45| present, there will be no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 284 Suppl, 45| sacraments. Therefore neither can marriage be perfected ~without the 285 Suppl, 45| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, marriage cannot be contracted by 286 Suppl, 45| private the result is a ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 287 Suppl, 45| sacrament. Now in a secret marriage there is the ~due matter, 288 Suppl, 45| Therefore there is a true marriage. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 289 Suppl, 45| qualified to contract ~makes a marriage, because these two conditions 290 Suppl, 45| being done in order that the marriage may be more fittingly performed. ~ 291 Suppl, 45| be omitted it is a true marriage, although the contracting ~ 292 Suppl, 45| throughout the ~treatise on marriage St. Thomas gives the Canon 293 Suppl, 45| proximate effect, which is the marriage bond, because whoever has 294 Suppl, 45| contrary to the essentials of marriage, in the same way as the 295 Suppl, 46| the future tense makes a marriage?~(2) Whether carnal intercourse 296 Suppl, 46| such a consent makes a ~marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 297 Suppl, 46| the ~future tense makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 298 Suppl, 46| future tense it makes a marriage. For no one ~can bind himself 299 Suppl, 46| unless that oath made the marriage complete. Therefore an oath 300 Suppl, 46| the future tense makes a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 301 Suppl, 46| human truth complete a ~marriage, it would seem that much 302 Suppl, 46| betrothal there is nothing but marriage. Therefore it makes a marriage.~ 303 Suppl, 46| marriage. Therefore it makes a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 304 Suppl, 46| future. Therefore it is not a marriage yet.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] 305 Suppl, 46| Para. 2/2~Further, after a marriage is complete, no further 306 Suppl, 46| consent is required ~for the marriage. But after the oath there 307 Suppl, 46| consent which ~makes the marriage, else it would be useless 308 Suppl, 46| useless to swear to a future ~marriage. Therefore it does not make 309 Suppl, 46| Therefore it does not make a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 310 Suppl, 46| signification, not to make a marriage, ~since what is promised 311 Suppl, 46| added to the promise, the marriage is not made yet, as the 312 Suppl, 46| words of the future ~makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 313 Suppl, 46| words of the future makes a marriage. For consent by deed is 314 Suppl, 46| much ~more does this make a marriage than if he were to consent 315 Suppl, 46| interpretive consent makes a ~marriage. Now there can be no better 316 Suppl, 46| carnal intercourse. Therefore marriage is completed thereby.~Aquin.: 317 Suppl, 46| all carnal union outside marriage is a sin. But the ~woman, 318 Suppl, 46| intercourse. Therefore it makes a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 319 Suppl, 46| violated under the pretense of marriage unless he marry ~her. Therefore 320 Suppl, 46| referring ~to the future makes a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 321 Suppl, 46| Without the consent to marriage, ~other things, including 322 Suppl, 46| intercourse follows the actual marriage, as effect follows cause. ~ 323 Suppl, 46| Therefore it cannot make a marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 324 Suppl, 46| answer that, We may speak of marriage in two ways. First, in reference ~ 325 Suppl, 46| intercourse ~cannot complete a marriage the promise of which has 326 Suppl, 46| present, would not make a marriage ~in the absence of mental 327 Suppl, 46| betrothal is declared to make a marriage, unless ~there appear clear 328 Suppl, 46| this reason consent ~to marriage except according to the 329 Suppl, 46| wishes ~to consummate the marriage, she is excused from the 330 Suppl, 46| affianced husband, before his ~marriage with the other woman, is 331 Suppl, 46| suffices if he provide for her marriage. Nor is he bound even to 332 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent invalidates marriage?~(4) Whether compulsory 333 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent makes a marriage as regards the party ~using 334 Suppl, 47| conditional consent makes a marriage?~(6) Whether one can be 335 Suppl, 47| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, in marriage there is a contract. Now 336 Suppl, 47| iv, D[29]). Therefore in ~marriage also it is possible for 337 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent invalidates a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 338 Suppl, 47| consent does not invalidate a ~marriage. For just as consent is 339 Suppl, 47| consent is bound by his marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 340 Suppl, 47| involuntary, and consequently the marriage is valid.~Aquin.: SMT XP 341 Suppl, 47| he who has consented to marriage under ~compulsion ought 342 Suppl, 47| counseled to stand to that marriage; because to ~promise and 343 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent invalidated a marriage altogether. ~Therefore, 344 Suppl, 47| contract is ~necessary in marriage. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 345 Suppl, 47| 1/2~I answer that, The marriage bond is everlasting. Hence 346 Suppl, 47| its perpetuity invalidates marriage. Now the fear which ~compels 347 Suppl, 47| constant man, invalidates marriage, but not the other ~compulsion. 348 Suppl, 47| although compulsory, the ~marriage is valid in conscience and 349 Suppl, 47| insufficient for a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 350 Suppl, 47| voluntariness suffices for marriage: it ~must be completely 351 Suppl, 47| advised to stand to that ~marriage, but only when evil results 352 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent makes a marriage as regards the party who 353 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent makes a marriage, at least ~as regards the 354 Suppl, 47| has not charity. Therefore marriage is possible with one who 355 Suppl, 47| afterwards, it will be ~a true marriage. But he who compelled her 356 Suppl, 47| of one, there will be no marriage on the part of the other.~ 357 Suppl, 47| 1/1~I answer that, Since marriage is a kind of relation, and 358 Suppl, 47| is a common saying that "marriage is not lame."~Aquin.: SMT 359 Suppl, 47| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Marriage does not result from the 360 Suppl, 47| consent there ~would be no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 361 Suppl, 47| conditional consent makes a marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 362 Suppl, 47| conditional consent makes a ~marriage, because a statement is 363 Suppl, 47| to ~a condition. But in marriage the words expressive of 364 Suppl, 47| conditional consent makes no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 365 Suppl, 47| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, marriage should be certain. But where 366 Suppl, 47| a like consent ~makes no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 367 Suppl, 47| holds. Therefore since ~marriage is a contract, it would 368 Suppl, 47| present and is not contrary to marriage, whether ~it be moral or 369 Suppl, 47| be moral or immoral, the marriage holds if the condition is 370 Suppl, 47| it be ~contrary to the marriage blessings, the marriage 371 Suppl, 47| marriage blessings, the marriage is invalid, as we have ~ 372 Suppl, 47| tomorrow - and then the marriage is valid, because such future 373 Suppl, 47| tense; wherefore it makes no marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 374 Suppl, 47| compel a man to a spiritual marriage, namely to accept a ~bishopric. 375 Suppl, 47| father can compel his son to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[47] A[ 376 Suppl, 47| I answer that, Since in marriage there is a kind of perpetual 377 Suppl, 47| as the father is. Such is marriage by which ~the son also becomes 378 Suppl, 47| service in a ~spiritual marriage as there is in the bodily 379 Suppl, 47| as there is in the bodily marriage; because the ~spiritual 380 Suppl, 47| because the ~spiritual marriage is a kind of office for 381 Suppl, 48| the consent that makes a marriage is a consent to carnal ~ 382 Suppl, 48| immoral motive makes a ~marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 383 Suppl, 48| the consent that makes a marriage is a consent to carnal ~ 384 Suppl, 48| the consent which makes a marriage is a ~consent to carnal 385 Suppl, 48| contrary to virginity, ~and marriage is not contrary to virginity 386 Suppl, 48| Therefore the will's consent in marriage is a consent to ~carnal 387 Suppl, 48| Further, whatever there is in marriage between husband and wife ~ 388 Suppl, 48| lawfully be a consent to marriage between them. Therefore 389 Suppl, 48| between them. Therefore the ~marriage consent is a consent to 390 Suppl, 48| know me not," it is not a marriage consent, ~because it contains 391 Suppl, 48| not be the case unless the marriage consent were a consent to ~ 392 Suppl, 48| to the ~consummation. Now marriage is consummated by carnal 393 Suppl, 48| evangelist after consenting to ~marriage was a virgin both in mind 394 Suppl, 48| consent is the cause ~of marriage. Since then carnal intercourse 395 Suppl, 48| intercourse is not essential to marriage, ~seemingly neither is the 396 Suppl, 48| the consent which causes marriage a consent to ~carnal intercourse.~ 397 Suppl, 48| The consent that makes a marriage is a consent to ~marriage, 398 Suppl, 48| marriage is a consent to ~marriage, because the proper effect 399 Suppl, 48| intercourse stands in relation to ~marriage, so far is the consent that 400 Suppl, 48| the consent that causes marriage a consent to carnal ~intercourse. 401 Suppl, 48| A[1]; Q[45], AA[1],2), marriage ~is not essentially the 402 Suppl, 48| asserted that to consent to marriage is to consent to ~carnal 403 Suppl, 48| The reason why consent to marriage after taking the vow of ~ 404 Suppl, 48| therefore it is contrary ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 405 Suppl, 48| 4 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: Marriage begun corresponds to marriage 406 Suppl, 48| Marriage begun corresponds to marriage consummated, as ~habit or 407 Suppl, 48| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether marriage can result from one person' 408 Suppl, 48| OBJ 1: It would seem that marriage cannot result from one person' 409 Suppl, 48| reason ~for one thing. Now marriage is one sacrament. Therefore 410 Suppl, 48| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the marriage union is from God, according 411 Suppl, 48| Therefore it is not a ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 412 Suppl, 48| purpose. ~Therefore, if a marriage be contracted for a base 413 Suppl, 48| it will not be ~a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 414 Suppl, 48| base. Neither therefore can marriage be ~contracted for a base 415 Suppl, 48| purpose of gain it is ~a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 416 Suppl, 48| that, The final cause of marriage may be taken as twofold, ~ 417 Suppl, 48| The essential cause of marriage is the ~end to which it 418 Suppl, 48| intend as the result of marriage. And since that which is 419 Suppl, 48| intended as the ~result of marriage is consequent upon marriage, 420 Suppl, 48| marriage is consequent upon marriage, and since that which ~comes 421 Suppl, 48| comes after, but conversely; marriage ~does not become good or 422 Suppl, 48| relation itself ~which is marriage, and that is always from 423 Suppl, 48| nevertheless contracts a valid marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 424 Suppl, 48| intended is the end not of marriage, but ~of the contracting 425 Suppl, 49| Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE MARRIAGE GOODS* (SIX ARTICLES) [*" 426 Suppl, 49| matrimonii," variously rendered marriage goods, marriage blessings, 427 Suppl, 49| rendered marriage goods, marriage blessings, and advantages 428 Suppl, 49| blessings, and advantages of marriage.]~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] Out. 429 Suppl, 49| place we must consider the marriage goods. Under this head ~ 430 Suppl, 49| necessary in order to excuse marriage?~(2) Whether those assigned 431 Suppl, 49| the goods?~(4) Whether the marriage act is excused from sin 432 Suppl, 49| necessary in order to excuse marriage?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 433 Suppl, 49| necessary in order ~to excuse marriage. For just as the preservation 434 Suppl, 49| species which is effected by marriage; and indeed so ~much the 435 Suppl, 49| they necessary to excuse ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 436 Suppl, 49| there, as Augustine says, "marriage ~would have been without 437 Suppl, 49| be done aright. ~If then marriage can be righted by certain 438 Suppl, 49| reason for excuse. Now marriage is allowed in the state 439 Suppl, 49| fornication and that of marriage are of the ~same species 440 Suppl, 49| Therefore, in order that the marriage ~intercourse be not wrong, 441 Suppl, 49| are the goods which excuse marriage and make ~it right.~Aquin.: 442 Suppl, 49| These goods which justify marriage belong to the nature of ~ 443 Suppl, 49| belong to the nature of ~marriage, which consequently needs 444 Suppl, 49| From the very fact that marriage is intended as an office ~ 445 Suppl, 49| principles; and the goods of marriage are related to marriage 446 Suppl, 49| marriage are related to marriage as ~circumstances to an 447 Suppl, 49| 1/1~Whether the goods of marriage are sufficiently enumerated?~ 448 Suppl, 49| would seem that the goods of marriage are insufficiently ~enumerated 449 Suppl, 49| sacrament." For the object of marriage among men is not only the ~ 450 Suppl, 49| required that the one pay the ~marriage debt to the other. Now the 451 Suppl, 49| reckoned ~among the goods of marriage on account of the payment 452 Suppl, 49| reckoned among the three ~marriage goods pertains to indivisibility. 453 Suppl, 49| two other goods to make marriage right.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 454 Suppl, 49| divisions of the ~good. Now marriage derives its character of 455 Suppl, 49| among the goods that make ~marriage virtuous.~Aquin.: SMT XP 456 Suppl, 49| reckoned to be conditions of marriage. ~Therefore since matrimony 457 Suppl, 49| man and wife as united in ~marriage, since parents naturally " 458 Suppl, 49| one's promises; for since marriage is a ~contract it contains 459 Suppl, 49| Reply OBJ 3: Just as the marriage promise means that neither 460 Suppl, 49| should ~mutually pay the marriage debt. The latter is indeed 461 Suppl, 49| things that result from marriage being a sign of Christ's ~ 462 Suppl, 49| direction; and in ~this way marriage, through being directed 463 Suppl, 49| also reply that although marriage is a sacrament, marriage 464 Suppl, 49| marriage is a sacrament, marriage as ~marriage is not the 465 Suppl, 49| sacrament, marriage as ~marriage is not the same as marriage 466 Suppl, 49| marriage is not the same as marriage as a sacrament, since it 467 Suppl, 49| is a condition added to marriage ~considered in itself, whence 468 Suppl, 49| the goods which ~justify marriage; and accordingly this third 469 Suppl, 49| accordingly this third good of marriage, the ~sacrament to wit, 470 Suppl, 49| sacrament is the chief of the marriage goods?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 471 Suppl, 49| is not the chief of the ~marriage goods. For the end is principal 472 Suppl, 49| everything. Now the end of ~marriage is the offspring. Therefore 473 Suppl, 49| the offspring is the chief marriage ~good.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 474 Suppl, 49| Now "sacrament" refers to marriage on the ~part of its genus, 475 Suppl, 49| sacrament in reference ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 476 Suppl, 49| Further, just as we find marriage without "offspring" and 477 Suppl, 49| enters religion before the marriage is consummated. ~Therefore 478 Suppl, 49| sacrament" the most ~important marriage good.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] 479 Suppl, 49| changed. Therefore the ~marriage also can be dissolved and 480 Suppl, 49| not ~always a condition of marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 481 Suppl, 49| Consequently ~just as there is marriage without "offspring" so is 482 Suppl, 49| offspring" so is there marriage ~without "sacrament," and 483 Suppl, 49| placed in the definition of marriage (Q[44], A[3]), while offspring ~ 484 Suppl, 49| more ~important part in marriage than the other two.~Aquin.: 485 Suppl, 49| most important of the three marriage ~goods, since it belongs 486 Suppl, 49| goods, since it belongs to marriage considered as a sacrament 487 Suppl, 49| children and observing the marriage compact; while ~inseparability, 488 Suppl, 49| the very fact that by the ~marriage compact man and wife give 489 Suppl, 49| caused ~in matrimony by the marriage compact itself, so that 490 Suppl, 49| the consent which makes a marriage, the ~marriage would be 491 Suppl, 49| which makes a marriage, the ~marriage would be invalid. Taking " 492 Suppl, 49| most essential thing in marriage, ~secondly "faith," and 493 Suppl, 49| with ~"offspring" among the marriage goods; wherefore in a way 494 Suppl, 49| the third place among the ~marriage goods, belongs to matrimony 495 Suppl, 49| Augustine (De Bono Conjug. ix), marriage is a ~good of mortals, wherefore 496 Suppl, 49| Mt. 22:30). Hence the marriage bond does not last after ~ 497 Suppl, 49| the consent which makes a marriage is not ~everlasting materially, 498 Suppl, 49| else it would not make a marriage, for a consent to take a 499 Suppl, 49| woman ~for a time makes no marriage. Hence it is everlasting 500 Suppl, 49| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the marriage act is excused by the aforesaid


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