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566 vision
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565 point
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 95 | Thou ~shalt be under thy husband's power." Therefore in the 2 2, 19 | of view ~she wishes her husband, the thief, not to be put 3 2, 74 | forbidden fruit ~to her husband."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[74] A[ 4 2, 104 | son; of ~the wife to her husband; of the master to his servant: 5 2, 105 | vineyard, the ~newly married husband, were excluded from fighting, 6 2, 105 | can be faithless to her husband, so can a ~slave be to his 7 2, 105 | master and servant, those of husband ~and wife, and those of 8 2, 10 | the marriage bond, both husband and wife have the use of ~ 9 2, 18 | differs from that of wife ~to husband, and this again from that 10 2, 18 | in ~comparison with her husband, ought to be distinguished 11 2, 18 | father or of a wife to her husband is based ~on the son's affection 12 2, 18 | s affection towards her husband to whom she binds herself 13 2, 18 | have espoused you to one husband, that I may ~present you 14 2, 25 | says (Eph. 5:33) that a husband should "love ~his wife as 15 2, 25 | and also of ~virtue, if husband and wife are virtuous." 16 2, 25 | she is united with her husband, as one flesh, according 17 2, 30 | Further, a wife is under her husband's power (Gn. 3:16). But 18 2, 30 | give alms since she is her husband's partner; hence it is ~ 19 2, 30 | accurately ~rendered either "husband" or "betrothed."] Therefore 20 2, 30 | property, without asking her husband's permission: yet such ~ 21 2, 30 | much she impoverish her ~husband. Otherwise she ought not 22 2, 30 | presumed consent of her husband, except in cases of necessity 23 2, 30 | though the wife be her ~husband's equal in the marriage 24 2, 30 | she had a betrothed, not a husband, wherefore she ~could give 25 2, 55 | something belonging to the husband, since she stands ~related 26 2, 55 | nevertheless more distinct from her husband, than a son from his ~father, 27 2, 55 | scope for justice between husband and wife ~than between father 28 2, 55 | master and slave, because, as husband and ~wife have an immediate 29 2, 56 | fellowship; namely "of ~husband and wife, father and son, 30 2, 63 | pleases the woman but not the husband. Now these injuries ~are 31 2, 63 | injury as affecting her husband, ~since "the wife hath not 32 2, 63 | of her own body; but the husband" (1 Cor. ~7:4). The same 33 2, 86 | of the woman that has a husband. Therefore in like ~manner 34 2, 86 | without the consent of her husband.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 35 2, 87 | his daughter's oath, and a husband his ~wife's (Num. 30:6, 36 2, 113 | called her blessed: her husband, and he praised her." Moreover, 37 2, 147 | bishop to be blameless, the husband of one wife, sober, prudent," ~ 38 2, 149 | have espoused you to one ~husband, that I may present you 39 2, 150 | how she may please her husband." Therefore it follows that 40 2, 152 | under the authority of a husband, it is ~"adultery," if under 41 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 4: The sin of a husband with his wife is not connected 42 2, 152 | Nor is it ~lawful for the husband to do what the wife may 43 2, 152 | woman . . . that leaveth her husband . . . shall be guilty of 44 2, 152 | hath offended against her husband," by making it uncertain 45 2, 152 | faith which is due ~between husband and wife. And since the 46 2, 152 | 3: The wife is under her husband's authority, as united to 47 2, 162 | being subjected ~to her husband's authority, and this is 48 2, 162 | Thou shalt be under thy husband's power."~Aquin.: SMT SS 49 2, 162 | woman to be subject to her husband in ~matters relating to 50 2, 162 | life, so it belongs to the husband to ~provide the necessaries 51 2, 162 | subjection of the woman to her husband is to be understood as ~ 52 2, 162 | her having now to obey her husband's will even against her 53 2, 167 | use means to please her husband, lest through ~despising 54 2, 167 | how ~she may please her husband." Wherefore if a married 55 2, 167 | in order to please her husband she can do this without 56 2, 167 | those women who have no husband nor wish to have one, or 57 2, 168 | connubial right, as is the husband by the adultery of his wife, 58 2, 180 | assigned to action, and the husband is compared to ~his wife, 59 2, 180 | who should be ruled by her husband, as Augustine says (De Trin. ~ 60 3, 28 | just as "he is called the husband of Mary, without ~fleshly 61 3, 28 | God was not ~known by her husband until she gave birth, that 62 3, 28 | however, having taken a husband, ~according as the custom 63 3, 29 | carnal intercourse with her husband; ~because this would be 64 3, 29 | Wherefore Ambrose says: "Her ~husband is the more trustworthy 65 3, 29 | guardian rather than her husband." But if this was a true 66 3, 29 | marriage, ~Joseph was truly her husband. Therefore there was no 67 3, 29 | Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary," ~Jerome says: " 68 3, 29 | says: "When thou readest 'husband' suspect not a marriage; 69 3, 29 | those who are betrothed as ~husband and wife." But a true marriage 70 3, 29 | Mt. 1:19): "Joseph, her husband, being a ~just man, and 71 3, 29 | said that Joseph was Mary's husband) "on the ground ~that in 72 3, 29 | union of ~souls, by which husband and wife are pledged by 73 3, 29 | second by the other duties of husband and wife, ~by which they 74 3, 29 | 1: Jerome uses the term "husband" in reference to marriage ~ 75 3, 29 | she who conceives in her husband's house is understood to 76 3, 29 | had not the entry of her husband's ~house. Wherefore the 77 3, 29 | taken ~to the house of her husband,' because she was already 78 3, 30 | seeing that ~Joseph, her husband, was instructed thereupon 79 3, 30 | under ~man's, i.e. her husband's,' power (Gn. 3:16), who 80 3, 31 | that Joseph was Mary's husband and that Christ's mother 81 3, 31 | reason ~of the dignity of the husband? So therefore we believe 82 3, 31 | Jacob begot Joseph, the husband of Mary": whereas Luke says ~ 83 3, 31 | designated through her husband; both on account of his 84 3, 31 | that, by ~mentioning the husband by name, David's sin might 85 3, 35 | thou ~shalt be under thy husband's power." But, as Augustine 86 3, 41 | found her apart from ~her husband." Hence it seems that, by 87 3, 84 | in the reconciliation of husband and wife, ~when adultery 88 3, 85 | father, a wife under her husband. It is this ~kind of just 89 3, 85 | and as a wife to ~her husband, according to Jer. 3:1: " 90 Suppl, 41| precept (1 Cor. 7:3): "Let the husband render the debt to his life." ~ 91 Suppl, 41| 1 Cor. 7:3): "Let the husband render the debt to his wife." 92 Suppl, 42| only; the bond between husband and wife resulting from 93 Suppl, 42| and mutual ~services which husband and wife render one another, 94 Suppl, 44| to one another; for ~the husband is the wife's husband, and 95 Suppl, 44| the husband is the wife's husband, and the wife is the husband' 96 Suppl, 44| husband, and the wife is the husband's wife. ~Therefore matrimony 97 Suppl, 44| respect of which we speak ~of husband and wife; and this joining, 98 Suppl, 44| signified by the terms ~"husband" and "wife," while its unity 99 Suppl, 44| support in the person of her husband; or into ~"matrem monens," 100 Suppl, 44| admonishing her not to leave her husband and take up ~with another 101 Suppl, 44| point. for the joining of husband ~and wife by matrimony is 102 Suppl, 44| matrimony in ~defining a husband, since it is the husband 103 Suppl, 44| husband, since it is the husband who is joined to the woman 104 Suppl, 44| makes the man the woman's husband. Therefore it should not 105 Suppl, 44| is what pertains to the husband [maritum]. ~It also indicates 106 Suppl, 45| there is consent ~to take a husband, and on the other hand consent 107 Suppl, 45| direct object of consent a ~husband but union with a husband 108 Suppl, 45| husband but union with a husband on the part of the wife, 109 Suppl, 45| wife on the part of the husband.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 110 Suppl, 45| there is a contract between husband and wife. Now ~in every 111 Suppl, 45| marriage be transferred to a husband's power without her ~father' 112 Suppl, 46| Nevertheless the affianced ~husband is guilty of fornication, 113 Suppl, 46| this kind the affianced husband, before his ~marriage with 114 Suppl, 46| to some, if her affianced husband is of much higher rank ~ 115 Suppl, 47| impossible for a man to be the ~husband of one who is not his wife, 116 Suppl, 47| to be a wife without ~a husband, just as it is impossible 117 Suppl, 48| there is in marriage between husband and wife ~is lawful between 118 Suppl, 48| certain joining ~together of husband and wife ordained to carnal 119 Suppl, 48| consequent union between husband and wife, in so far as they 120 Suppl, 49| the ~friendship between husband and wife is natural, and 121 Suppl, 49| marriage makes ~the wife the husband's own, and "vice versa." 122 Suppl, 49| marriage act whereby a ~husband knows his wife is generically 123 Suppl, 49| wanton is damnable in a husband." Now nothing but mortal 124 Suppl, 51| and ~the man she took to husband. If, however, she had previously 125 Suppl, 51| marriage a kinsman of ~her husband were to know her by fraud 126 Suppl, 52| wife to have a slave for husband, and "vice versa."~Aquin.: 127 Suppl, 52| for all time; whereas a husband is bound to pay the ~debt 128 Suppl, 52| supervene to marriage, by the ~husband selling himself to another 129 Suppl, 52| detriment should not hold. But a husband who sells ~himself for a 130 Suppl, 52| 3: Further, in marriage husband and wife are on a par with 131 Suppl, 52| be a slave without her ~husband's consent. Therefore neither 132 Suppl, 52| Therefore neither can the husband without his wife's ~consent.~ 133 Suppl, 52| generated. Now bondage of the ~husband, if unknown to the wife, 134 Suppl, 52| which is his own. Now ~the husband is his own master since 135 Suppl, 52| above ~(A[2]). Therefore a husband can in like manner subject 136 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A husband is subject to his wife in 137 Suppl, 52| extend thereto. Wherefore the husband, ~without his wife's knowledge, 138 Suppl, 52| person: wherefore ~if the husband, to cheat his wife, surrender 139 Suppl, 52| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although husband and wife are considered 140 Suppl, 52| such additional matters the husband is the head of ~the wife 141 Suppl, 52| to be a slave without her husband's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 142 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, husband and wife should be equal 143 Suppl, 53| when she is ashamed and her husband ~feels that she desires 144 Suppl, 53| marriage, unless perhaps ~the husband should receive a sacred 145 Suppl, 53| to it. Therefore if the ~husband be ordained without his 146 Suppl, 53| another man ~during her husband's lifetime.~Aquin.: SMT 147 Suppl, 53| 1/1 ~OBJ 3: Further, a husband may not even for a time 148 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, husband and wife are on a par with 149 Suppl, 53| can his wife after her husband's death. But she cannot 150 Suppl, 53| cannot be deprived by her ~husband's act of the right to marry 151 Suppl, 53| his death. Therefore her ~husband cannot receive orders after 152 Suppl, 53| the other party, since the husband is bound to pay the ~debt 153 Suppl, 53| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the husband receive sacred orders with 154 Suppl, 53| endangered through her husband having taken a solemn vow: 155 Suppl, 53| according to law if the husband should have been ordained 156 Suppl, 53| fact of ~consenting to her husband's receiving a sacred order, 157 Suppl, 54| certain extent subject ~to her husband. The secondary essential 158 Suppl, 54| extension of friendship: for a husband regards his wife's kindred ~ 159 Suppl, 55| remains after the death of husband or wife?~(3) Whether it 160 Suppl, 55| is not connected with her husband's kindred ~except by reason 161 Suppl, 55| except by reason of the husband. Since then she does not 162 Suppl, 55| contract ~affinity with her husband, neither does she contract 163 Suppl, 55| she contract it with her ~husband's kindred.~Aquin.: SMT XP 164 Suppl, 55| Now the kindred of the husband do not become united together 165 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Husband and wife are made one flesh. 166 Suppl, 55| flesh. Therefore if the ~husband is related in the flesh 167 Suppl, 55| that the friendship of a husband towards his wife is ~natural. 168 Suppl, 55| Thus, then, the union of ~husband and wife is stronger than 169 Suppl, 55| union of the wife with her ~husband's kindred, and yet it ought 170 Suppl, 55| from ~the same stock as the husband, there results in him affinity 171 Suppl, 55| remains after the death of husband or wife?~Aquin.: SMT XP 172 Suppl, 55| remain after the death of ~husband or wife, between the blood-relations 173 Suppl, 55| between the blood-relations of husband and wife or "vice ~versa." 174 Suppl, 55| which ceases after the husband's death, since ~then "the 175 Suppl, 55| loosed from the law of the husband" (Rm. 7:2). ~Therefore the 176 Suppl, 55| the ~consanguinity of the husband with his blood-relations 177 Suppl, 55| viii, 12) the union ~of husband and wife is said to be natural 178 Suppl, 55| after the other, the same husband." But this is only on ~account 179 Suppl, 55| relations with all ~her husband's kindred. Therefore all 180 Suppl, 55| kindred. Therefore all her husband's kindred are made one ~ 181 Suppl, 55| affinity with all her first husband's ~kindred, since she is 182 Suppl, 55| affinity to her ~deceased husband. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 183 Suppl, 55| become blood-relations of the husband. ~Much less, therefore, 184 Suppl, 55| woman is related to her husband's blood-relations not by 185 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A husband contracts affinity of the 186 Suppl, 55| a relation of her former husband being connected with ~B 187 Suppl, 55| the second kind ~with her husband A; and D, the wife of this 188 Suppl, 55| the third kind with her husband A. And since the third kind ~ 189 Suppl, 55| same connection with her husband's ~relatives as to the degree 190 Suppl, 55| second kind with the ~second husband of the same wife. Wherefore 191 Suppl, 55| her son even by another husband becomes affine to me in 192 Suppl, 55| above: ~and again her second husband becomes affine to me in 193 Suppl, 55| becomes a possession of the ~husband. Now the husband's kindred 194 Suppl, 55| of the ~husband. Now the husband's kindred inherit his possessions 195 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The husband's possessions do not become 196 Suppl, 55| marriage or union with the husband according to the flesh, ~ 197 Suppl, 55| one forbidden to marry the husband's wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 198 Suppl, 55| of affinity of the first husband. But this would not be the 199 Suppl, 55| consanguinity I am ~related to the husband, in that same degree of 200 Suppl, 55| in ~whatever degree her husband is related to me by blood 201 Suppl, 56| Whether it passes from husband to wife?~(5) Whether it 202 Suppl, 56| relationship passes from husband to wife?~Aquin.: SMT XP 203 Suppl, 56| relationship does not pass from ~husband to wife. For spiritual and 204 Suppl, 56| carnal union which is between husband and wife ~cannot be the 205 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship, than a ~husband, who is godfather, has with 206 Suppl, 56| relationship through her husband being ~godfather to someone.~ 207 Suppl, 56| it may happen that the husband is baptized, and his wife ~ 208 Suppl, 56| does not always pass from husband to ~wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP 209 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, husband and wife together can raise 210 Suppl, 56| relationship ~passed from husband to wife, it would follow 211 Suppl, 56| bodily consanguinity of the husband passes to his wife by ~affinity. 212 Suppl, 56| relationship does not pass from husband to wife, ~unless perchance 213 Suppl, 56| relationship directly, even as her husband. Secondly, by his own act, 214 Suppl, 56| marriage by itself makes husband and wife one flesh: ~wherefore 215 Suppl, 56| relationship cannot pass from husband to wife through marriage.~ 216 Suppl, 56| godmother, nothing prevents husband and wife from raising together ~ 217 Suppl, 56| But a wife is part of her husband, since she is made one with 218 Suppl, 57| relationship does not pass from husband to wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP 219 Suppl, 58| marriage is annulled by the husband committing incest with his ~ 220 Suppl, 58| marriage is not annulled by the husband ~committing incest with 221 Suppl, 58| not be ~punished for her husband's sin. Yet she would be 222 Suppl, 58| seem, if the incestuous husband marry even after his wife' 223 Suppl, 58| altogether dissolved: but the ~husband loses his right to marital 224 Suppl, 58| not be punished for her husband's sin. But after the death 225 Suppl, 59| unbelievers?~(3) Whether a husband being converted to the faith 226 Suppl, 59| another wife?~(6) Whether a husband may put aside his wife on 227 Suppl, 59| greatest ~concord between husband and wife. Therefore one 228 Suppl, 59| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the husband, being converted to the 229 Suppl, 59| It would seem that when a husband is converted to the faith 230 Suppl, 59| unbelievers, and thus a believing husband cannot ~remain with an unbelieving 231 Suppl, 59| offspring. Consequently, ~the husband has the same power to put 232 Suppl, 59| with her. For an innocent husband is free to remain with an 233 Suppl, 59| consequently the ~believing husband could then have a reasonable 234 Suppl, 59| to the Creator. For the husband is more bound to his wife 235 Suppl, 59| neither can a ~believing husband put away his unbelieving 236 Suppl, 59| body of her ~unbelieving husband. If, then, her husband's 237 Suppl, 59| unbelieving husband. If, then, her husband's conversion to the faith ~ 238 Suppl, 59| free to put her ~away, the husband could not be converted to 239 Suppl, 59| condition. ~Since, then, the husband, when he married an unbeliever, 240 Suppl, 59| Further, an adulterous husband cannot put away an adulterous ~ 241 Suppl, 59| adulterous and an unbelieving husband are to be judged alike, 242 Suppl, 59| right in the body of her husband only as ~long as he remained 243 Suppl, 59| married, since also when ~the husband dies the wife "is delivered 244 Suppl, 59| delivered from the law of her husband" (Rm. ~7:3). Wherefore if 245 Suppl, 59| 7:3). Wherefore if the husband leave her after he has changed 246 Suppl, 59| marriage be consummated, the husband ~cannot enter religion without 247 Suppl, 59| not dissolved, since the husband cannot ~marry another. Therefore 248 Suppl, 59| the marriage so that her ~husband be free to take another 249 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, husband and wife are equal in the 250 Suppl, 59| to marry again while her ~husband lives, it would seem that 251 Suppl, 59| neither can the believing husband do so.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 252 Suppl, 59| lawful for the believing ~husband to take a vow of continence 253 Suppl, 59| wife be converted, her ~husband ought to be restored to 254 Suppl, 59| dissolved, it is lawful for the husband to take another wife.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 59| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, a husband ought not to cohabit with 256 Suppl, 59| answer that, When either husband or wife is converted to 257 Suppl, 59| unbelief, the believing husband after parting from ~her 258 Suppl, 59| to the Creator frees the husband from the tie whereby he 259 Suppl, 59| before he married again, her husband would be restored ~to her. 260 Suppl, 59| marriage which the ~believing husband would be unable to accomplish 261 Suppl, 59| dispensation to take another ~husband, should her husband have 262 Suppl, 59| another ~husband, should her husband have taken another wife.~ 263 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The husband ought not to take a vow 264 Suppl, 59| she was deprived of her husband. If however ~there be no 265 Suppl, 59| wife be converted after her husband has received Holy orders, 266 Suppl, 59| received Holy orders, her husband ~must not be restored to 267 Suppl, 59| that she is deprived of her husband.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 268 Suppl, 59| sins, unless perchance the husband wish to ~cease from intercourse 269 Suppl, 59| occasion of sin to her husband, so that he has reason to 270 Suppl, 59| in danger: for then the husband can withdraw from living 271 Suppl, 60| law has commissioned the husband to kill his wife if she 272 Suppl, 60| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the husband has greater power over his 273 Suppl, 60| adultery with her. Now if the husband ~strike a cleric whom he 274 Suppl, 60| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the husband is bound to correct his 275 Suppl, 60| would seem lawful ~for a husband to kill his adulterous wife.~ 276 Suppl, 60| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, husband and wife are judged on a 277 Suppl, 60| for ~a wife to kill her husband if he be discovered in adultery. 278 Suppl, 60| Neither ~therefore may a husband kill his wife.~Aquin.: SMT 279 Suppl, 60| happens in two ways that a husband kills his wife. ~First, 280 Suppl, 60| there is no doubt that a husband, ~moved by zeal for justice 281 Suppl, 60| material sword. Secondly, a husband can kill ~his wife himself 282 Suppl, 60| great provocation which the husband ~receives by such a deed 283 Suppl, 60| case is it lawful for ~a husband to kill his wife on his 284 Suppl, 60| by ~their office. Now the husband is not his wife's judge: 285 Suppl, 60| has not commissioned the husband to kill his ~wife by commanding 286 Suppl, 60| obstacles to prevent the husband from killing his wife.~Aquin.: 287 Suppl, 60| of death. Wherefore the husband who ~exercises this kind 288 Suppl, 60| contract, when to wit the husband kills his wife on ~account 289 Suppl, 61| the wife can take another husband if her former husband has ~ 290 Suppl, 61| another husband if her former husband has ~entered religion before 291 Suppl, 61| consummated marriage the husband's body ~already belongs 292 Suppl, 61| spiritual bond ~between husband and wife, but afterwards 293 Suppl, 61| wedding. thirdly, lest the husband think little of a gift he 294 Suppl, 61| the wife may take another husband if her husband has entered ~ 295 Suppl, 61| take another husband if her husband has entered ~religion before 296 Suppl, 61| wife may not take another husband, if her ~husband has entered 297 Suppl, 61| another husband, if her ~husband has entered religion before 298 Suppl, 61| making his profession ~the husband can return to the world. 299 Suppl, 61| can marry again ~when her husband enters religion, he also 300 Suppl, 61| Therefore neither by her ~husband's entry into religion, nor 301 Suppl, 61| continence on account of her husband ~entering religion, and 302 Suppl, 61| Just as bodily death of the husband dissolves the ~marriage 303 Suppl, 61| 7:39); so too after the ~husband's spiritual death by entering 304 Suppl, 61| Wherefore just as when the husband has ~taken a simple vow 305 Suppl, 62| Whether it is lawful for a husband to put his wife away on 306 Suppl, 62| Whether in this matter husband and wife are of equal condition?~( 307 Suppl, 62| Whether it is lawful for a husband to put away his wife on 308 Suppl, 62| would seem unlawful for a husband to put away his wife on ~ 309 Suppl, 62| evil for evil. But the ~husband, by putting away his wife 310 Suppl, 62| blameworthy. The first is if the husband also has committed fornication; ~ 311 Suppl, 62| the wife, ~believing her husband dead on account of his long 312 Suppl, 62| fraudulently impersonated her ~husband in the marriage-bed; the 313 Suppl, 62| the state of unbelief, the husband has given ~his wife a bill 314 Suppl, 62| if both ~be converted the husband is bound to receive her 315 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A husband sins if through vindictive 316 Suppl, 62| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the husband is bound by precept to put 317 Suppl, 62| It would seem that the husband is bound by precept to put 318 Suppl, 62| fornication. For since the husband is the head ~of his wife, 319 Suppl, 62| guilty of mortal sin. Now the husband who retains a wife guilty 320 Suppl, 62| Cor. 6:15). Therefore the husband who ~is joined to a wife 321 Suppl, 62| marriage-bed. Now after the husband becomes ~cognizant of his 322 Suppl, 62| Cor. 7:11, "Let not the husband put ~away his wife" says 323 Suppl, 62| fornication, sinned against ~her husband. Therefore the husband may 324 Suppl, 62| her husband. Therefore the husband may spare her by not putting 325 Suppl, 62| repent of her sin, her ~husband is not bound to put her 326 Suppl, 62| corrected otherwise, her husband is not bound to have ~recourse 327 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The husband seems to consent with her 328 Suppl, 62| of her sin. Wherefore her husband, by being joined to her, 329 Suppl, 62| unlawful, in so far as the husband seems to consent to his ~ 330 Suppl, 62| sins not only against her husband, but also ~against herself 331 Suppl, 62| against God, wherefore her husband cannot entirely ~remit the 332 Suppl, 62| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the husband can on his own judgment 333 Suppl, 62| It would seem that the husband can on his own judgment 334 Suppl, 62| pronounced this judgment, that a husband may ~put his wife away on 335 Suppl, 62| Therefore it would ~seem that a husband may privately pronounce 336 Suppl, 62| his wife's fornication a ~husband has marital intercourse 337 Suppl, 62| then, in every event the husband would obtain his end, ~whether 338 Suppl, 62| Much less therefore may the husband bring his wife's crime before ~ 339 Suppl, 62| avenge himself. But if a husband were by ~his own judgment 340 Suppl, 62| the same cause. But the ~husband is the prosecutor by suing 341 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A husband can put away his wife in 342 Suppl, 62| cohabit with her unless the husband can at once prove the wife' 343 Suppl, 62| OBJ 4: Sometimes when the husband suspects his wife of adultery 344 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A husband may accuse his wife of adultery 345 Suppl, 62| retaliation, since thus the husband would gain his end, as the 346 Suppl, 62| Whether in a case of divorce husband and wife should be judged 347 Suppl, 62| that, in a case of divorce, husband and wife ought ~not to be 348 Suppl, 62| Now in the "repudium" husband and wife were not judged 349 Suppl, 62| with each other, since the husband could put away his wife, 350 Suppl, 62| several husbands than that a husband have several wives: wherefore 351 Suppl, 62| grievously in adultery than the husband, and consequently ~they 352 Suppl, 62| a greater injury to her ~husband, than does the adulterous 353 Suppl, 62| than does the adulterous husband to his wife, since a wife' 354 Suppl, 62| the offspring, whereas the husband's ~adultery does not. Therefore 355 Suppl, 62| adultery. Now it belongs to the husband who is the head of the wife ( 356 Suppl, 62| purpose of divorce, ~but the husband ought to have the preference.~ 357 Suppl, 62| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the husband is placed as the head of 358 Suppl, 62| that, In a case of divorce husband and wife are judged on a 359 Suppl, 62| good of ~fidelity to which husband and wife are equally bound 360 Suppl, 62| against marriage than the husband's wherefore it is a greater 361 Suppl, 62| in the wife than in the husband: and thus they are under 362 Suppl, 62| men than in women, the ~husband was allowed to put away 363 Suppl, 62| wife than in an adulterous husband. It does not ~follow, however, 364 Suppl, 62| Reply OBJ 4: Although the husband is the head of the wife, 365 Suppl, 62| submitted to a judge, the husband has no more ~power over 366 Suppl, 62| fornication, the sin of the husband and that of the wife are 367 Suppl, 62| grievously than the adulterous husband, other things being equal.~ 368 Suppl, 62| Although the control which the husband receives over his ~wife 369 Suppl, 62| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a husband can marry again after having 370 Suppl, 62| 1: It would seem that a husband can marry again after having 371 Suppl, 62| Now in some cases ~the husband is bound to put away his 372 Suppl, 62| wife is not bound to the husband save as regards the ~payment 373 Suppl, 62| loosed from the law of her ~husband" [*Rm. 7:2]. Therefore she 374 Suppl, 62| the same applies ~to her husband.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 375 Suppl, 62| wife depart not from her husband. and, if she depart, ~that 376 Suppl, 62| both to the wife and to the husband to contract ~a second marriage.~ 377 Suppl, 62| alone sin than that her husband take part in her sin.~Aquin.: 378 Suppl, 62| wife is not bound to her husband ~as regards paying him the 379 Suppl, 62| cannot marry again during her husband's lifetime. She can, however, ~ 380 Suppl, 62| continence, against her husband's will, unless it seem that ~ 381 Suppl, 62| ought to be restored to her husband, and would be bound to pay 382 Suppl, 62| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether husband and wife may be reconciled 383 Suppl, 62| OBJ 1: It would seem that husband and wife may not be reconciled 384 Suppl, 62| them to be reconciled, the ~husband would seem bound to receive 385 Suppl, 62| her repentance against her husband's accusation ~of fornication. 386 Suppl, 62| is bound to return to her husband if her husband asks ~her. 387 Suppl, 62| return to her husband if her husband asks ~her. But she is not 388 Suppl, 62| especially be the case when the husband is found to have ~committed 389 Suppl, 62| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, if a husband whose adultery is unknown 390 Suppl, 62| pronounced unjustly. And yet the husband ~is not bound to be reconciled 391 Suppl, 62| or be reconciled to her husband."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 392 Suppl, 62| it is allowable for the husband not to put her away after ~ 393 Suppl, 62| after the divorce, her husband may become reconciled to 394 Suppl, 62| repentance should induce the husband not to ~accuse or put away 395 Suppl, 62| granted in favor of the ~husband, it does not deprive him 396 Suppl, 62| According to strict law, a husband who was previously ~innocent 397 Suppl, 62| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: If the husband's adultery is secret, this 398 Suppl, 62| prove it. Wherefore the husband sins by seeking a divorce, 399 Suppl, 62| for a reconciliation, the husband is bound to both.~ 400 Suppl, 63| that ~"to take a second husband is in truth fornication," 401 Suppl, 63| first marriage, where one husband has one wife, as in the 402 Suppl, 63| woman marry again after her husband's death.~Aquin.: SMT XP 403 Suppl, 64| at that time?~(5) Whether husband and wife are equal in this 404 Suppl, 64| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether husband and wife are mutually bound 405 Suppl, 64| OBJ 1: It would seem that husband and wife are not mutually 406 Suppl, 64| cohabit ~with a leprous husband; and besides this disease 407 Suppl, 64| pay ~the debt to a leprous husband.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 408 Suppl, 64| is due," etc. Therefore husband and wife are mutually bound 409 Suppl, 64| wife has power ~over her husband only in relation to the 410 Suppl, 64| of the individual, the ~husband is bound to pay the debt 411 Suppl, 64| wife has no power over her husband's body, except as is ~consistent 412 Suppl, 64| and for this reason the husband is not bound to ~satisfy 413 Suppl, 64| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the husband be rendered incapable of 414 Suppl, 64| the debt even to a leprous husband. But she is not ~bound to 415 Suppl, 64| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a husband is bound to pay the debt 416 Suppl, 64| It would seem that the husband is not bound to pay the 417 Suppl, 64| expressly for the debt, the husband ~should presume that it 418 Suppl, 64| wife has power over her husband, so has a master ~over his 419 Suppl, 64| Therefore neither is a husband bound to pay the ~debt to 420 Suppl, 64| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the husband can sometimes request his 421 Suppl, 64| being asked. Therefore the ~husband is bound to pay the debt 422 Suppl, 64| payment of the debt ~on the husband's part is directed against 423 Suppl, 64| Therefore ~sometimes the husband is bound to pay the debt 424 Suppl, 64| implicitly, when namely ~the husband knows by certain signs that 425 Suppl, 64| explicitly in words, the husband is bound to pay it, ~whenever 426 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The husband may presume this of his 427 Suppl, 64| the marriage debt of her husband. Yet ~if the master were 428 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A husband should not dissuade his 429 Suppl, 64| continuous, so that the husband would have to abstain for 430 Suppl, 64| the marriage debt ~to her husband if he ask for it? [*This 431 Suppl, 64| the marriage ~debt to her husband at his asking. For it is 432 Suppl, 64| wife give ~her body to her husband during her menses, lest 433 Suppl, 64| of her own body, but the ~husband" (1 Cor. 7:4). Therefore 434 Suppl, 64| occasion of sin to her ~husband. But she would give her 435 Suppl, 64| But she would give her husband an occasion of sin, if she 436 Suppl, 64| marriage, by which the husband is given entire power of 437 Suppl, 64| the debt; and that if her husband ask, he does so either knowingly 438 Suppl, 64| be fear of danger to her husband. If, however, the husband ~ 439 Suppl, 64| husband. If, however, the husband ~ultimately persists in 440 Suppl, 64| disaffection, lest this make her husband entertain a repulsion towards ~ 441 Suppl, 64| deemed to consent in her husband's sin unless she ~pay the 442 Suppl, 64| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether husband and wife are equal in the 443 Suppl, 64| OBJ 1: It would seem that husband and wife are not equal in 444 Suppl, 64| in the marriage act the husband is as agent ~and the wife 445 Suppl, 64| is not bound to pay her husband the debt ~without being 446 Suppl, 64| act. But in ~marriage "the husband is the head of the wife" ( 447 Suppl, 64| written (1 Cor. 7:4): "The husband . . . hath not ~power of 448 Suppl, 64| 44], AA[1],3). Therefore husband and wife are ~equal in the 449 Suppl, 64| speaking of the first equality, husband and wife are not ~equal 450 Suppl, 64| noble part is due to the husband, nor as regards the household ~ 451 Suppl, 64| the wife is ruled and the husband rules. But with ~reference 452 Suppl, 64| management of the ~household the husband is bound to the wife in 453 Suppl, 64| things pertaining to ~the husband, so is the wife bound to 454 Suppl, 64| is the wife bound to the husband in all things pertaining ~ 455 Suppl, 64| This is accidental. For the husband having the more noble ~part 456 Suppl, 64| to pay the debt to her husband without being asked, whereas 457 Suppl, 64| being asked, whereas the husband ~is bound to pay it to the 458 Suppl, 64| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether husband and wife can take a vow 459 Suppl, 64| OBJ 1: It would seem that husband and wife may take a vow 460 Suppl, 64| their mutual consent. For husband and wife are ~equally bound 461 Suppl, 64| Now it is lawful ~for the husband, even if his wife be unwilling, 462 Suppl, 64| payment of the debt, either ~husband or wife may without the 463 Suppl, 64| dissent without sin. Now the husband or wife cannot, ~without 464 Suppl, 64| authority might command the husband not to ~pay the debt to 465 Suppl, 64| belongs to another. Now "the husband ~. . . hath not power of 466 Suppl, 64| without her consent, the husband cannot take a vow of ~continence 467 Suppl, 64| bound. Consequently, since ~husband and wife are mutually bound 468 Suppl, 64| it is laid down that the husband may take the cross ~without 469 Suppl, 64| parallel between wife and husband: because, since the husband 470 Suppl, 64| husband: because, since the husband has to rule ~the wife and 471 Suppl, 64| wife is bound to follow her husband ~rather than the husband 472 Suppl, 64| husband ~rather than the husband the wife. Moreover there 473 Suppl, 64| to country, ~than to the husband's, and less profit to the 474 Suppl, 64| take this vow without her husband's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 475 Suppl, 64| receives power over her husband's body, ~without prejudice 476 Suppl, 64| without prejudice to the husband's duty to his own body, 477 Suppl, 64| as a wife cannot ~ask her husband for the debt to the detriment 478 Suppl, 64| had intercourse with her husband at night and came in the ~ 479 Suppl, 64| Consequently a wife or husband does not sin mortally by ~ 480 Suppl, 64| the wife has power of her husband's body, and "vice ~versa," 481 Suppl, 64| married spouse is given to her husband, ~the minds of husband and 482 Suppl, 64| her husband, ~the minds of husband and wife are taken up with 483 Suppl, 65| the law of nature for one husband to have many wives.~Aquin.: 484 Suppl, 65| the natural law. But a ~husband would by no means be willing 485 Suppl, 65| his wife to have another ~husband. Therefore he would be acting 486 Suppl, 65| the natural law. Now a husband's jealousy of his wife and 487 Suppl, 65| wife's ~jealousy of her husband are natural, for they are 488 Suppl, 65| wives should ~share one husband.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 489 Suppl, 65| wives are joined to one ~husband, since one husband cannot 490 Suppl, 65| one ~husband, since one husband cannot suffice to satisfy 491 Suppl, 65| the several wives of one ~husband. The third end, it removes 492 Suppl, 65| Reply OBJ 7: In marriage the husband gives his wife power of 493 Suppl, 65| marriage does not require the husband to pay the debt every ~time 494 Suppl, 65| this precept that as a ~husband is unwilling for his wife 495 Suppl, 65| his wife to have another husband, he must not ~have another 496 Suppl, 65| another sharing the same husband with her, as a husband's 497 Suppl, 65| same husband with her, as a husband's love ~is to another sharing 498 Suppl, 65| the ~wife has power of her husband's body (1 Cor. 7:4). Therefore 499 Suppl, 65| his wife ~be willing, the husband can have intercourse with 500 Suppl, 65| The wife has power of her husband's body, not simply and in ~


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