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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | besought the Lord for his wife ~because she was barren; 2 1, 91 | and shall cleave to ~his wife." This was most necessary 3 2, 19 | should go to another man's wife, the will that abides by 4 2, 19 | mistaking another for his wife, and if he wish to give 5 2, 19 | another - e.g. the thief's wife ~or son, who wishes him 6 2, 19 | estate; whereas the thief's wife has to consider the private, 7 2, 72 | appropriation of ~another's wife. Again, it may be said that 8 2, 73 | theft, as a man loves his wife more than his chattels.~ 9 2, 73 | with one who is not his wife: but if to this ~be added 10 2, 73 | circumstance that the latter is the wife of another, the sin ~is 11 2, 88 | of another woman than his wife, the ~deformity of his act 12 2, 88 | other be another ~man's wife, there is an additional 13 2, 89 | thing, excessive love of his wife or of his children or of 14 2, 94 | Osee to take to himself "a wife of ~fornications" (Osee 15 2, 94 | intercourse with another's wife; who is allotted to ~him 16 2, 100 | Likewise to covet another's wife, for the purpose of carnal ~ 17 2, 100 | the coveting of another's wife. Thus he distinguishes ~ 18 2, 100 | not covet thy neighbor's wife." Therefore the ~same should 19 2, 100 | by taking unto himself a wife of fornications, or ~an 20 2, 102 | was an old man, and his wife an old and barren woman. ~ 21 2, 104 | father to his son; of ~the wife to her husband; of the master 22 2, 105 | to take to himself ~the wife of his deceased brother, 23 2, 105 | vineyard, or who had married a ~wife. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 24 2, 105 | brother should marry his wife.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 25 2, 105 | familiarity between man and ~wife, so should there be the 26 2, 105 | 24:1-4) a man to put his wife away, by writing a bill ~ 27 2, 105 | could not take her again to wife.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 28 2, 105 | OBJ 9: Further, just as a wife can be faithless to her 29 2, 105 | in order to investigate a wife's adultery (Num. 5:12, seqq.). ~ 30 2, 105 | which purpose man needs a wife, that she may bear him children. ~ 31 2, 105 | servant, those of husband ~and wife, and those of father and 32 2, 105 | that they should marry a wife ~from their own tribe (Num. 33 2, 105 | that a man should marry the wife of ~his deceased brother 34 2, 105 | who falsely accused his ~wife of a crime (Dt. 22:13, seqq.). 35 2, 105 | that a man's hatred of his wife ~should not be detrimental 36 2, 105 | man should not ill-use his wife through hatred of her, but 37 2, 105 | free to rejoice with his wife. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 38 2, 105 | of kin should marry the wife of the deceased, because" 39 2, 105 | evident that in marrying the wife of his dead brother, he 40 2, 105 | OBJ 8: The Law permitted a wife to be divorced, not as though 41 2, 107 | Whosoever shall put away his wife, let him give ~her a bill 42 2, 107 | whosoever shall put away his ~wife . . . maketh her to commit 43 2, 107 | man not putting away his wife, is not contrary to ~what 44 2, 107 | him that wills, ~put his wife away': the contrary of which 45 2, 107 | man should put away his ~wife, since it prescribed a delay, 46 2, 107 | impress the fact that a wife ought not ~easily to be 47 2, 107 | forbade a man to cast off his wife without a bill of divorce, 48 2, 108 | the matter of divorcing of wife, of ~punishment by retaliation, 49 2, 108 | themselves: namely, ~divorce of a wife, and the taking of usury 50 2, 108 | forbade a man to divorce his wife (Mt. 5:32); and to receive 51 2, 2 | and shall cleave to his wife," of which the Apostle ~ 52 2, 10 | marriage bond, both husband and wife have the use of ~the free-will, 53 2, 18 | father differs from that of wife ~to husband, and this again 54 2, 18 | seems to be that of the wife in ~comparison with her 55 2, 18 | son to his father or of a wife to her husband is based ~ 56 2, 18 | submits himself, or ~on the wife's affection towards her 57 2, 25 | Whether he ought to love his wife more than his father or 58 2, 25 | father, and mother, and wife, end ~children, and brethren, 59 2, 25 | a man ought to love his wife more than his father and 60 2, 25 | a man ought to love his wife more than his ~father and 61 2, 25 | mother" on account of his wife. Therefore a man ought to 62 2, 25 | a man ought to love ~his wife more than his father and 63 2, 25 | husband should "love ~his wife as himself." Now a man ought 64 2, 25 | Therefore he ought to love his wife also more than his parents.~ 65 2, 25 | friendship of a man ~towards his wife. For the Philosopher says ( 66 2, 25 | virtue, if husband and wife are virtuous." Therefore 67 2, 25 | Therefore a man's love for his ~wife ought to be greater than 68 2, 25 | his parents more than his ~wife.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 69 2, 25 | his ~parents more than his wife, because he loves them as 70 2, 25 | the part of the union, the wife ought to be loved more, 71 2, 25 | Consequently a man loves ~his wife more intensely, but his 72 2, 25 | mother ~for the sake of his wife: for in certain cases a 73 2, 25 | parents rather than his wife. He does however leave all 74 2, 25 | kinsfolk, and ~cleaves to his wife as regards the union of 75 2, 25 | a man ought to ~love his wife equally with himself, but 76 2, 25 | reason for his love of his wife, since she is one with him.~ 77 2, 25 | for which a man loves his wife; although the ~latter outweigh 78 2, 25 | reason why a man loves his wife is her ~being united to 79 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a wife is under her husband's power ( 80 2, 30 | power (Gn. 3:16). But a ~wife can give alms since she 81 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A wife, who has other property 82 2, 30 | preceding Reply. For though the wife be her ~husband's equal 83 2, 53 | Ananias with Saphira his wife, sold a piece of land, and 84 2, 55 | called "dominative." A ~wife, though she is something 85 2, 55 | justice between husband and wife ~than between father and 86 2, 55 | because, as husband and ~wife have an immediate relation 87 2, 56 | namely "of ~husband and wife, father and son, master 88 2, 59 | injured in the person of his wife, secretly ~(for the most 89 2, 63 | OBJ 3: The fact that the wife voluntarily consents to 90 2, 63 | her husband, ~since "the wife hath not power of her own 91 2, 64 | off his daughter or his ~wife), it is not strictly speaking 92 2, 68 | when Abraham ~said of his wife (Gn. 20:2), "She is my sister," 93 2, 86 | without his consent; nor of a wife, ~without the consent of 94 2, 86 | of taking to ~himself a wife, of begetting children, 95 2, 86 | that "he that is with a wife, is solicitous ~for the 96 2, 86 | world, how he may please his wife; and he is ~divided." Hence 97 2, 87 | oath, and a husband his ~wife's (Num. 30:6, seqq.), as 98 2, 99 | father, and mother, and wife, and ~children, and brethren, 99 2, 108 | that Abraham said of his ~wife that she was his sister. 100 2, 116 | said to have health, a ~wife, clothes, and so forth, 101 2, 122 | absence or sickness of his wife. Hence it is not contrary 102 2, 147 | blameless, the husband of one wife, sober, prudent," ~etc. 103 2, 149 | thou shouldst excel thy wife in virtue, since ~chastity 104 2, 149 | while ~thou wishest thy wife to be victorious."~Aquin.: 105 2, 152 | but also if he use his own wife inordinately. But the latter 106 2, 152 | sin of a husband with his wife is not connected with ~undue 107 2, 152 | Osee 1:2): "Go take thee a wife of fornications, and have ~ 108 2, 152 | fornication, and beside thy wife never endure to know a ~ 109 2, 152 | intercourse with other than one's wife is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 110 2, 152 | any ~woman other than his wife. This is clear from his 111 2, 152 | the husband to do what the wife may not." In this sense, 112 2, 152 | endow her ~and have her to wife. If the maid's father will 113 2, 152 | silver, and shall have her to wife, and because he hath humbled 114 2, 152 | violated she may be taken to wife." But the employment ~of 115 2, 152 | let every man have his own wife." ~Now rape is an obstacle 116 2, 152 | knowledge of his newly married wife ~without committing a sin 117 2, 152 | that is insatiable of his wife is an adulterer," and in ~ 118 2, 152 | intercourse with another's ~wife; and sometimes it has the 119 2, 152 | due ~between husband and wife. And since the man who is 120 2, 152 | too ardent a lover of ~his wife acts counter to the good 121 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The wife is under her husband's authority, 122 2, 152 | man taking a stranger to wife, all his wife's ~relations 123 2, 152 | stranger to wife, all his wife's ~relations are united 124 2, 152 | seduction, and rape of a wife than ~adultery. And all 125 2, 161 | example of good deeds to his wife, that she may imitate him." 126 2, 162 | naked, to wit ~Adam and his wife, and were not ashamed." 127 2, 168 | abusing his ~neighbor's wife. Wherefore the precepts 128 2, 168 | husband by the adultery of his wife, for ~he, not the wife herself, 129 2, 168 | his wife, for ~he, not the wife herself, has power over 130 2, 175 | Holda the prophetess, the wife of Sellum (4 Kgs. 22:14), 131 2, 180 | husband is compared to ~his wife, who should be ruled by 132 2, 184 | man who had ~killed his wife is counseled to enter a 133 2, 184 | for the control ~of his wife, his children, and his temporalities 134 2, 184 | He that is without a ~wife is solicitous for the things 135 2, 184 | God: but he that is with a wife is solicitous for the things 136 2, 184 | world, how he may please his wife."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] 137 2, 184 | He severed not from his wife, while "He withheld from 138 2, 184 | as regards the control of wife and children, which is cut 139 2, 185 | If any ~brother have a wife that believeth not"). Now 140 3, 28 | adopted son not born of his wife."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 141 3, 28 | take unto thee Mary thy wife." But ~marriage is consummated 142 3, 28 | Joseph) "took unto him his wife; and he knew her ~not till 143 3, 28 | said that "Adam knew his wife." Therefore it ~seems that 144 3, 28 | God is called (Joseph's) wife from the first promise of 145 3, 28 | Joseph's sons by another wife. But we ~understand the 146 3, 28 | said ~to have had another wife," and "a holy man does not 147 3, 28 | Mary is to be taken for the wife of Alphaeus, whose son was ~ 148 3, 29 | not of a virgin but of a wife." But this seems to be no 149 3, 29 | betrothed as ~husband and wife." But a true marriage is 150 3, 29 | one can lawfully put ~his wife away.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] 151 3, 29 | souls, by which husband and wife are pledged by a bond of 152 3, 29 | other duties of husband and wife, ~by which they help one 153 3, 29 | the angel calls Mary the wife of Joseph, saying to him ( 154 3, 29 | take unto thee Mary thy wife": on which words Augustine 155 3, 29 | i): "She is called his wife from the first promise of 156 3, 29 | that Scripture calls Mary a wife. The ~fact of her marriage 157 3, 29 | take unto thee Mary thy wife"; ~that is: "Fear not to 158 3, 31 | that she was called the wife of Joseph, by reason of 159 3, 31 | according to the Law, married a wife of the tribe of Juda, ~Elizabeth, 160 3, 31 | Elizabeth's father married a wife of the family of David, 161 3, 31 | family of David, married a wife of ~the family of Aaron.~ 162 3, 31 | Joachim's mother, or else his wife, was of the family ~of David, 163 3, 31 | Thamar, ~Ruth, and the wife of Urias. He also mentions 164 3, 31 | relation of his married his ~wife, the son born of the latter 165 3, 31 | son of one and the ~same wife, named Estha. For Mathan, 166 3, 31 | foreigner; and Bethsabee, the wife of Urias, who was an ~adulteress. 167 3, 80 | whom he believed to be his wife whereas she was ~not, he 168 3, 84 | reconciliation of husband and wife, ~when adultery committed 169 3, 85 | son under his father, a wife under her husband. It is 170 3, 85 | and before thee"; and as a wife to ~her husband, according 171 Suppl, 10| knowledge of another's wife, thinking her his own. Now 172 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, viz. his wife, child, slave, vassal or ~ 173 Suppl, 24| impropriety towards his wife ~his mother, his sister 174 Suppl, 41| namely intercourse with one's wife and with another than ~one' 175 Suppl, 41| with another than ~one's wife; just as to kill a man by 176 Suppl, 41| husband render the debt to his wife." Therefore, ~etc.~Aquin.: 177 Suppl, 42| bond between husband and wife resulting from those acts 178 Suppl, 42| services which husband and wife render one another, its 179 Suppl, 42| the faculty to use his wife for the begetting of children, 180 Suppl, 43| I will take thee for my wife," and ~conversely; secondly, 181 Suppl, 44| matrimony between man and wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 182 Suppl, 44| for ~the husband is the wife's husband, and the wife 183 Suppl, 44| wife's husband, and the wife is the husband's wife. ~ 184 Suppl, 44| the wife is the husband's wife. ~Therefore matrimony is 185 Suppl, 44| we speak ~of husband and wife; and this joining, through 186 Suppl, 44| the terms ~"husband" and "wife," while its unity is denoted 187 Suppl, 44| joining of husband ~and wife by matrimony is the greatest 188 Suppl, 44| makes the woman the man's wife no less than it ~makes the 189 Suppl, 45| other hand consent to take a wife. ~Therefore mutual consent 190 Suppl, 45| husband on the part of the wife, even as it is ~union with 191 Suppl, 45| even as it is ~union with a wife on the part of the husband.~ 192 Suppl, 45| contract between husband and wife. Now ~in every contract 193 Suppl, 45| particular woman as his wife, and after, by words of 194 Suppl, 45| take the second for his ~wife (cap. Sicut ex Litteris, 195 Suppl, 45| take a certain ~woman to wife in words of the present 196 Suppl, 45| excommunication to take her as his wife, even though he should say ~ 197 Suppl, 45| him to hold to his first ~wife, because the Church judges 198 Suppl, 45| than ~return to his first wife; or else he should go far 199 Suppl, 46| and not the second as his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[46] A[ 200 Suppl, 47| fear each said that his wife was ~his sister (Gn. 12: 201 Suppl, 47| or to the person of his wife or children, or the ~like.~ 202 Suppl, 47| husband of one who is not his wife, or for a woman to be a 203 Suppl, 47| or for a woman to be a wife without ~a husband, just 204 Suppl, 47| Gn. 28:1) not to take a wife from ~the daughters of Chanaan. 205 Suppl, 48| marriage between husband and wife ~is lawful between brother 206 Suppl, 48| together of husband and wife ordained to carnal intercourse, 207 Suppl, 48| union between husband and wife, in so far as they each ~ 208 Suppl, 49| friendship between husband and wife is natural, and includes 209 Suppl, 49| whereby one ~man has one wife. But the sacrament which 210 Suppl, 49| has intercourse with his ~wife and with no other woman. 211 Suppl, 49| that exists between man and wife as united in ~marriage, 212 Suppl, 49| marriage compact man and wife give to one another power 213 Suppl, 49| the power which man and ~wife receive over one another 214 Suppl, 49| has intercourse with his wife in order to avoid ~fornication, 215 Suppl, 49| Now marriage makes ~the wife the husband's own, and " 216 Suppl, 49| whereby a ~husband knows his wife is generically good. Therefore 217 Suppl, 49| prevent fornication ~in his wife, it is no sin, because this 218 Suppl, 49| to have knowledge of his wife, with ~the intention not 219 Suppl, 49| man has knowledge of his wife, with ~the intention not 220 Suppl, 49| have knowledge of ~one's wife for mere pleasure.~Aquin.: 221 Suppl, 49| Now whoever knows his wife for the sake of ~pleasure 222 Suppl, 49| sin. But whoever uses his wife ~for mere pleasure does 223 Suppl, 49| 24) a man who knows his wife for ~mere pleasure is debarred 224 Suppl, 49| sin for a man to use his wife merely to ~satisfy his desire.~ 225 Suppl, 49| to wit, it is not as a wife but as a woman ~that a man 226 Suppl, 49| woman ~that a man treats his wife, and that he is ready to 227 Suppl, 49| way if she were not his wife, it is a mortal sin; wherefore 228 Suppl, 49| too ardent a lover of his wife, because his ardor carries 229 Suppl, 49| sought in another than his ~wife, it is a venial sin.~Aquin.: 230 Suppl, 49| seeks wanton pleasure in his wife when he sees no ~more in 231 Suppl, 52| himself a slave ~without his wife's consent?~(4) Whether the 232 Suppl, 52| is a punishment to the wife to have a slave for husband, 233 Suppl, 52| Therefore he ~cannot give his wife power over his body by marrying 234 Suppl, 52| law to pay the debt to his wife. But at the time that his 235 Suppl, 52| But at the time that his wife ~asks for the debt his master 236 Suppl, 52| country, ~where the latter's wife is unable to follow him, 237 Suppl, 52| subjects himself to ~his wife. But a slave cannot enter 238 Suppl, 52| and pay the debt to his wife; ~because the master, by 239 Suppl, 52| the danger to which his ~wife's chastity is exposed, and 240 Suppl, 52| obey, his ~master or his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 241 Suppl, 52| to pay the ~debt to his wife not always, but at a fitting 242 Suppl, 52| to ~the detriment of his wife. Therefore such a sale should 243 Suppl, 52| in marriage husband and wife are on a par with one ~another. 244 Suppl, 52| with one ~another. Now the wife cannot surrender herself 245 Suppl, 52| the husband without his wife's ~consent.~Aquin.: SMT 246 Suppl, 52| husband, if unknown to the wife, is an impediment to the 247 Suppl, 52| to a ~master, without his wife's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 248 Suppl, 52| husband is subject to his wife in those things which ~pertain 249 Suppl, 52| the husband, ~without his wife's knowledge, can surrender 250 Suppl, 52| the husband, to cheat his wife, surrender himself to be 251 Suppl, 52| nowise be prejudicial to ~the wife, and he is bound to pay 252 Suppl, 52| to pay the debt to ~his wife, though his master be unwilling.~ 253 Suppl, 52| 3: Although husband and wife are considered to be on 254 Suppl, 52| husband is the head of ~the wife and should correct her, 255 Suppl, 52| vice versa." Hence the wife ~cannot surrender herself 256 Suppl, 52| marriage and without his ~wife's consent; and the same 257 Suppl, 53| carnal ~intercourse with his wife without sin. Therefore a 258 Suppl, 53| has intercourse with his wife, and for the ~same reason 259 Suppl, 53| 4: Further, husband and wife should be equal in marriage, 260 Suppl, 53| it to another, namely his wife; and in this ~surrender 261 Suppl, 53| marriage a man is tied to his wife, with the obligation of 262 Suppl, 53| actually to the power of his wife, but not by a simple vow 263 Suppl, 53| present, he cannot know his wife without mortal sin, because ~ 264 Suppl, 53| to pay the debt ~when his wife asks: wherefore this is 265 Suppl, 53| to ~do so. Hence if his wife die he is bound to continence 266 Suppl, 53| And this holds whether the wife ~ask expressly or interpretively, 267 Suppl, 53| become too burdensome to the wife ~who has always to ask; 268 Suppl, 53| surrender it to the power of a wife by contracting ~marriage. 269 Suppl, 53| shall find to have taken a wife after receiving the ~subdiaconate 270 Suppl, 53| shall compel to put his wife ~away." But this would not 271 Suppl, 53| knowledge or ~consent of his wife, because this cannot be 272 Suppl, 53| this ~will prejudice the wife, so that she will be unable 273 Suppl, 53| be ordained without his wife's consent, she will be bound 274 Suppl, 53| himself to ~prayer without his wife's consent (1 Cor. 7:5). 275 Suppl, 53| ordained ~without their wife's consent, and much less 276 Suppl, 53| 4: Further, husband and wife are on a par with one another. 277 Suppl, 53| cannot marry again after his wife's death. Therefore neither ~ 278 Suppl, 53| Therefore neither ~can his wife after her husband's death. 279 Suppl, 53| religion after marriage, if his wife ~die, or if she consent. 280 Suppl, 53| orders, even though his ~wife be unwilling, he receives 281 Suppl, 53| order. If, however, his wife consent, or if she be dead, ~ 282 Suppl, 53| demand ~the debt, nor is the wife bound to pay it. But it 283 Suppl, 53| to pay the ~debt to the wife if he cannot persuade her 284 Suppl, 53| knowledge and ~consent of his wife, she is bound to vow perpetual 285 Suppl, 53| sacred orders without ~his wife's consent, since at least 286 Suppl, 53| stated, among the Greeks the wife, by the very fact of ~consenting 287 Suppl, 54| his daughter; since the wife should be to a certain extent 288 Suppl, 54| for a husband regards his wife's kindred ~as his own. Hence 289 Suppl, 54| woman of his kindred to wife since no new ~friendship 290 Suppl, 54| each man should take a ~wife from his kindred, in order 291 Suppl, 55| the death of husband or wife?~(3) Whether it is caused 292 Suppl, 55| is ~yet more so." Now the wife is not connected with her 293 Suppl, 55| the fact of his taking a wife. Therefore they do not acquire 294 Suppl, 55| the contrary, Husband and wife are made one flesh. Therefore 295 Suppl, 55| for the same reason ~his wife will be related to them 296 Suppl, 55| of a husband towards his wife is ~natural. Consequently 297 Suppl, 55| the union of ~husband and wife is stronger than the union 298 Suppl, 55| stronger than the union of the wife with her ~husband's kindred, 299 Suppl, 55| affinity with the ~latter's wife, without any new change 300 Suppl, 55| the death of husband or wife?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 301 Suppl, 55| the death of ~husband or wife, between the blood-relations 302 Suppl, 55| blood-relations of husband and wife or "vice ~versa." Because 303 Suppl, 55| his ~death. Therefore, the wife's affinity with them ceases 304 Suppl, 55| the union ~of husband and wife is said to be natural chiefly 305 Suppl, 55| No man may marry his ~wife's surviving blood-relation": 306 Suppl, 55| with one another. But the wife contracts the same relations 307 Suppl, 55| related by affinity to the wife, and thus affinity is ~the 308 Suppl, 55| blood-relations of the wife do not become blood-relations 309 Suppl, 55| therefore, does affinity to the wife cause affinity to her ~blood-relations, 310 Suppl, 55| the first kind with his ~wife's male blood-relation, and 311 Suppl, 55| kind with the ~latter's wife: wherefore if the latter 312 Suppl, 55| her husband A; and D, the wife of this relation C being 313 Suppl, 55| kind, with B, this man's wife contracts ~affinity of the 314 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: The wife contracts the same connection 315 Suppl, 55| is not connected with his wife by affinity of the ~first 316 Suppl, 55| second husband of the same wife. Wherefore the argument 317 Suppl, 55| Further, by marriage the wife becomes a possession of 318 Suppl, 55| they can succeed to his wife, although she is affine 319 Suppl, 55| nakedness of thy father's wife." Now she is only affine. 320 Suppl, 55| become one with him as the ~wife is made one flesh with him. 321 Suppl, 55| forbidden to marry the husband's wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 322 Suppl, 55| affinity I am related to ~the wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 323 Suppl, 55| instanced in a ~brother's wife whom a man could marry although 324 Suppl, 55| take his deceased brother's wife except, in ~the case when 325 Suppl, 55| be bound to put away his wife, ~because such accusations 326 Suppl, 56| it passes from husband to wife?~(5) Whether it passes to 327 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship with his wife, and yet the marriage is 328 Suppl, 56| relationship passes from husband to wife?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 329 Suppl, 56| not pass from ~husband to wife. For spiritual and bodily 330 Suppl, 56| which is between husband and wife ~cannot be the means of 331 Suppl, 56| godfather, has with his wife. Now godfather and godmother ~ 332 Suppl, 56| Therefore neither does a ~wife contract a spiritual relationship 333 Suppl, 56| husband is baptized, and his wife ~not, for instance when 334 Suppl, 56| from unbelief without his wife ~being converted. Now spiritual 335 Suppl, 56| always pass from husband to ~wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 336 Suppl, 56| 4: Further, husband and wife together can raise a person 337 Suppl, 56| passed from husband to wife, it would follow that each 338 Suppl, 56| the husband passes to his wife by ~affinity. Much more 339 Suppl, 56| not pass from husband to wife, ~unless perchance it be 340 Suppl, 56| unless perchance it be his wife's child, for then she contracts 341 Suppl, 56| relationship passes to the wife if he has already had carnal ~ 342 Suppl, 56| knowledge, though she be not his wife. Hence the ~verse: "I may 343 Suppl, 56| marry the godmother of my wife's child."~Aquin.: SMT XP 344 Suppl, 56| itself makes husband and wife one flesh: ~wherefore the 345 Suppl, 56| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the wife be not baptized, the spiritual 346 Suppl, 56| cannot pass from husband to wife through marriage.~Aquin.: 347 Suppl, 56| nothing prevents husband and wife from raising together ~someone 348 Suppl, 56| Nor is it absurd that the wife become twice ~godmother 349 Suppl, 56| connected with his father's wife in the same ~degree as his 350 Suppl, 56| is of his father. ~But a wife is part of her husband, 351 Suppl, 57| not pass from husband to wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 352 Suppl, 57| adoptive father ~and the wife of the adopted son, or contrariwise 353 Suppl, 57| the adopted son ~and the wife of the adoptive father. 354 Suppl, 57| adoptive father and his wife always retain a certain 355 Suppl, 57| their ~adopted son and his wife, wherefore the tie between 356 Suppl, 58| committing incest with his ~wife's sister?~Aquin.: SMT XP 357 Suppl, 58| committing incest with his wife's sister. For the wife should 358 Suppl, 58| his wife's sister. For the wife should not be ~punished 359 Suppl, 58| know the relative of one's wife. But the former sin is not 360 Suppl, 58| husband marry even after his wife's death, ~that they ought 361 Suppl, 58| contrary, By knowing his wife's sister he contracts affinity, ~ 362 Suppl, 58| contracts affinity, ~with his wife. But affinity voids the 363 Suppl, 58| or other relative ~of his wife before contracting marriage, 364 Suppl, 58| it if asked, because the wife should ~not be punished 365 Suppl, 58| But after the death of his wife he ~ought to remain without 366 Suppl, 59| faith can remain with his ~wife if she be unwilling to be 367 Suppl, 59| may leave his unbelieving wife?~(5) Whether after putting 368 Suppl, 59| away he may take another wife?~(6) Whether a husband may 369 Suppl, 59| husband may put aside his wife on account of other sins 370 Suppl, 59| her, and wilt have her to wife . . . thou shalt go in unto 371 Suppl, 59| her, and she shall be thy wife." Therefore it is ~lawful 372 Suppl, 59| concord between husband and wife. Therefore one who is in 373 Suppl, 59| between an ~unbeliever and his wife, and these words are quoted 374 Suppl, 59| If any brother hath a ~wife that believeth not, and 375 Suppl, 59| But she is not called his wife except by reason of ~marriage. 376 Suppl, 59| having intercourse with his ~wife, if he pays her the marriage 377 Suppl, 59| faith, may remain with his ~wife is she be unwilling to be 378 Suppl, 59| cannot remain with his wife who is an unbeliever and 379 Suppl, 59| believer is bound to put away a wife who does not ~believe.~Aquin.: 380 Suppl, 59| remain with an unbelieving wife, at any rate, if as an unbeliever 381 Suppl, 59| after divorcing his first wife he has ~married a second, 382 Suppl, 59| remain with ~this second wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 383 Suppl, 59| put away an unbelieving wife or to ~remain with her, 384 Suppl, 59| to put away an adulterous wife or to remain ~with her. 385 Suppl, 59| remain with an adulterous ~wife in the hope of her amendment, 386 Suppl, 59| reasonable hope for his wife's ~conversion, even though 387 Suppl, 59| with an unbelieving Jewish wife, nor was there hope for 388 Suppl, 59| as ~for that of a Gentile wife. Consequently, then, the 389 Suppl, 59| conversion, cohabit with his wife if she were a Gentile, but 390 Suppl, 59| unless the unbelieving ~wife be willing to be converted, 391 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 5: To divorce a wife is contrary to the law of 392 Suppl, 59| unbeliever to divorce his wife. Hence ~if he be converted 393 Suppl, 59| put away his unbelieving ~wife if she be willing to cohabit 394 Suppl, 59| put ~away his unbelieving wife if she be willing to cohabit 395 Suppl, 59| husband is more bound to his wife than a ~slave to his master. 396 Suppl, 59| put away his unbelieving wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 397 Suppl, 59| consent. Now the unbelieving wife had a right in the body 398 Suppl, 59| could be prejudicial to the wife, so that he would be free 399 Suppl, 59| to the faith without his wife's ~consent, even as he cannot 400 Suppl, 59| to leave his unbelieving wife, the children ~of their 401 Suppl, 59| put away his unbelieving wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 402 Suppl, 59| put away an adulterous ~wife, even after he has done 403 Suppl, 59| But a man can ~put his wife away, as to cohabitation, 404 Suppl, 59| he was bound to pay his wife the marriage ~debt, and 405 Suppl, 59| But the obligation to a wife, or the conjugal bond, is 406 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The wife had a right in the body 407 Suppl, 59| when ~the husband dies the wife "is delivered from the law 408 Suppl, 59| enter religion without his wife's consent, whereas he can 409 Suppl, 59| to be ~converted that the wife suffers prejudice.~Aquin.: 410 Suppl, 59| who leaves his unbelieving wife can take another ~wife?~ 411 Suppl, 59| unbelieving wife can take another ~wife?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 412 Suppl, 59| who leaves his unbelieving wife ~cannot take another wife. 413 Suppl, 59| wife ~cannot take another wife. For indissolubility is 414 Suppl, 59| natural law to divorce one's wife. ~Now there was true marriage 415 Suppl, 59| leaves his unbelieving wife cannot take another wife.~ 416 Suppl, 59| wife cannot take another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 417 Suppl, 59| the ~marriage. Now, if the wife be willing to cohabit without 418 Suppl, 59| Therefore the sin of the wife who refuses to cohabit ~ 419 Suppl, 59| be free to take another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 420 Suppl, 59| 3: Further, husband and wife are equal in the marriage 421 Suppl, 59| unlawful for the unbelieving wife to marry again while her ~ 422 Suppl, 59| consent of his ~unbelieving wife, since then the latter would 423 Suppl, 59| for him ~to take another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 424 Suppl, 59| manner, if the unbelieving wife be converted, her ~husband 425 Suppl, 59| should have married ~another wife: yet this would be impossible 426 Suppl, 59| Therefore he cannot take another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 427 Suppl, 59| husband to take another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 428 Suppl, 59| cohabit with an unbelieving wife who ~refuses to cohabit 429 Suppl, 59| for him to take another wife he would be forced to remain ~ 430 Suppl, 59| When either husband or wife is converted to the faith 431 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 2: The sin of the wife who refuses to cohabit without 432 Suppl, 59| whereby he was bound to ~his wife so as to be unable to marry 433 Suppl, 59| from ~his obligation to his wife by her own fault.~Aquin.: 434 Suppl, 59| punishment of the unbelieving wife rather than by virtue of 435 Suppl, 59| husband have taken another wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 436 Suppl, 59| of the conversion of his wife, because the wife's conversion 437 Suppl, 59| of his wife, because the wife's conversion would ~be more 438 Suppl, 59| having first besought his wife to be converted. And then 439 Suppl, 59| converted. And then if the ~wife be converted after her husband 440 Suppl, 59| between an inheritance and a wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 441 Suppl, 59| understand our brother, wife, ~relatives and children." 442 Suppl, 59| according to Eph. 5:5. Now a ~wife may be put away on account 443 Suppl, 59| Whosoever shall put away his ~wife, excepting for the cause 444 Suppl, 59| divorce to his adulterous wife, and having put her away, ~ 445 Suppl, 59| away, ~could take another wife, which is false. In another 446 Suppl, 59| from intercourse with his wife in order to punish her by 447 Suppl, 59| applies to the case when the wife proves a notable ~occasion 448 Suppl, 59| or to the case when the wife ~is unwilling to cohabit 449 Suppl, 59| I will not remain your wife unless you amass wealth ~ 450 Suppl, 60| is lawful to kill one's wife?~(2) Whether wife-murder 451 Suppl, 60| lawful for a man to kill his wife if she be discovered in ~ 452 Suppl, 60| lawful for a man to kill his wife if she be ~discovered in 453 Suppl, 60| a sin to kill one's own wife if she be an ~adulteress.~ 454 Suppl, 60| rightly ~kill an adulterous wife or any other person deserving 455 Suppl, 60| the husband to kill his wife if she be ~discovered in 456 Suppl, 60| power over his adulterous wife ~than over the man who committed 457 Suppl, 60| cleric whom he found with his wife he is not excommunicated. ~ 458 Suppl, 60| him even to kill his own wife if she ~be discovered in 459 Suppl, 60| is bound to correct his wife. But correction ~is given 460 Suppl, 60| husband to kill his adulterous wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 461 Suppl, 60| permits a man to kill his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 462 Suppl, 60| 2/2~Further, husband and wife are judged on a par. But 463 Suppl, 60| it is not lawful for ~a wife to kill her husband if he 464 Suppl, 60| therefore may a husband kill his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 465 Suppl, 60| that a husband kills his wife. ~First, by a civil judgment; 466 Suppl, 60| accusation of adultery upon his wife before ~a secular court, 467 Suppl, 60| a husband can kill ~his wife himself without her being 468 Suppl, 60| such a deed to kill his wife. But the Church is not bound 469 Suppl, 60| for ~a husband to kill his wife on his own authority.~Aquin.: 470 Suppl, 60| Now the husband is not his wife's judge: wherefore he may ~ 471 Suppl, 60| the husband to kill his ~wife by commanding him to do 472 Suppl, 60| husband from killing his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 473 Suppl, 60| kind of control over his wife may not kill her, but he 474 Suppl, 60| one's mother than ~one's wife, for it is never lawful 475 Suppl, 60| sometimes lawful to strike one's wife. But matricide is not an 476 Suppl, 60| man to kill another man's wife ~on account of adultery 477 Suppl, 60| adultery than to kill his own wife, inasmuch as he has less ~ 478 Suppl, 60| who kills ~another man's wife is not hindered from marrying. 479 Suppl, 60| is he ~who kills his own wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 480 Suppl, 60| punished. But he who kills his wife sins ~against marriage. 481 Suppl, 60| wit the husband kills his wife on ~account of adultery 482 Suppl, 60| as when a man ~kills his wife in order to marry her with 483 Suppl, 60| one's ~mother than one's wife, as also more opposed to 484 Suppl, 60| man who has ~murdered his wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[60] A[ 485 Suppl, 60| does who ~kills his own wife; wherefore the comparison 486 Suppl, 61| marriage?~(3) Whether the wife can take another husband 487 Suppl, 61| religious life, even without the wife's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 488 Suppl, 61| already belongs to his wife, he cannot by a vow of continence 489 Suppl, 61| bond ~between husband and wife, but afterwards there is 490 Suppl, 61| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the wife may take another husband 491 Suppl, 61| It would seem that the wife may not take another husband, 492 Suppl, 61| to the world. If then the wife can marry again ~when her 493 Suppl, 61| Therefore if he return to his wife after making such a ~profession, 494 Suppl, 61| his taking a vow, does the wife ~receive the power to marry 495 Suppl, 61| perfection. ~Therefore a wife is not bound to continence 496 Suppl, 61| tie in such a way that the wife may marry whom she will, ~ 497 Suppl, 61| profession, and consequently his wife is ~bound to wait for him 498 Suppl, 61| taken a simple vow his wife is not bound to pay him 499 Suppl, 62| for a husband to put his wife away on account ~of fornication?~( 500 Suppl, 62| this matter husband and wife are of equal condition?~(


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