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410 passive
409 viii
408 parents
407 34
407 appetitive
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 80 | temptation of our first parents, the serpent ~presented 2 1, 94 | 10) that "in our first ~parents there was undisturbed love 3 1, 97 | OBJ 2: Further, our first parents were created at the age 4 1, 97 | ad lit. ix, 4), our first parents ~did not come together in 5 1, 98 | impression in the soul (of the parents), which may easily have 6 1, 98 | and not only the first parents. From this it seems to ~ 7 1, 99 | have ~been transmitted from parents, to the children.~Aquin.: 8 1, 99 | been ~assimilated to their parents as regards original righteousness.~ 9 1, 99 | Homo i, 18): "If our first parents ~had lived so as not to 10 1, 99 | they - that is our first ~parents - had committed any evil 11 1, 99 | that even if our first ~parents had not sinned, any of their 12 1, 99 | greater perfection than their ~parents at the time of begetting. 13 1, 99 | time of begetting. Now the parents, as long as they begot ~ 14 1, 99 | Wherefore neither would the parents have transmitted to their ~ 15 1, 101 | in ~paradise, where their parents were already.~ 16 1, 113 | blandishments as were our first ~parents," as Isidore says (De Summo 17 2, 60 | whereby we pay our debt to our parents or to our country; "Gratitude," ~ 18 2, 81 | parent, or of any other ~parents, are transmitted to their 19 2, 81 | any ~sin from one of his parents by way of origin.~Aquin.: 20 2, 81 | receive from their first parents; even as in ~civil matters, 21 2, 81 | the sin of their immediate parents, according to Ex. ~20:5: " 22 2, 81 | are not ~transmitted by parents to their children: for a 23 2, 81 | species, are transmitted by parents to their children, unless 24 2, 81 | punishment on ~account of their parents, unless they share in their 25 2, 81 | bodily punishment on their parents' ~account, inasmuch as the 26 2, 81 | contract original ~sin from our parents, in so far as we were once 27 2, 87 | this man sinned, nor his parents . . . that he should be 28 2, 87 | sometimes punished for their ~parents, as in the case of high 29 2, 87 | but for those of their parents.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 30 2, 87 | e.g. on children for their parents, or on servants for their ~ 31 2, 87 | are the property of ~their parents, and posterity, of their 32 2, 87 | being brought up amid their parents' ~crimes, both by becoming 33 2, 87 | and by imitating their ~parents' example, conforming to 34 2, 87 | the punishment of their parents, ~they fail to mend their 35 2, 87 | children can witness their ~parents' sins so as to imitate them, 36 2, 87 | to imitate them, and the parents can see their ~children' 37 2, 87 | up amid the sins of his parents, he is ~more eager to imitate 38 2, 100 | that man should honor his ~parents does not include that he 39 2, 100 | natural affection for his parents, so ~has he also for his 40 2, 100 | is a precept referring to parents, so should ~there have been 41 2, 100 | commandment about honoring ~one's parents. In general, as to all men, 42 2, 100 | to anyone except to one's parents. On ~the other hand parents 43 2, 100 | parents. On ~the other hand parents do not seem to be indebted 44 2, 100 | part of his father; and "parents love their children as being 45 2, 100 | that one which ~regards his parents. Among the other precepts 46 2, 100 | Therefore the precept regarding parents was fittingly placed after 47 2, 100 | about the honor due to parents, the other about the celebration 48 2, 100 | promise of reward. And since parents are already on ~the way 49 2, 100 | precept about honoring one's parents. ~The same applies to the 50 2, 100 | gives due honor to his parents and yet has not the habit 51 2, 100 | prescribing the honor due to parents, is added ~the precept about 52 2, 100 | 21:20) in the person of parents: "He ~slighteth hearing 53 2, 102 | pain: and also lest the ~parents, whose love for their children 54 2, 105 | irreverence towards one's parents, adultery ~and incest. In 55 2, 105 | children, the Law commanded parents to educate them by ~instructing 56 2, 105 | written (Dt. 21:20) that the parents had to say: ~"He slighteth 57 2, 106 | of the sin of our first parents deserved ~to be deprived 58 2, 10 | baptized against ~their parents' will?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 59 2, 10 | baptized ~against their parents' will?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 60 2, 10 | be baptized against their parents' will. For the bond of ~ 61 2, 10 | the right of ~unbelieving parents' authority over their children: 62 2, 10 | be baptized against their parents' will.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 63 2, 10 | should they be left to their parents ~who would imbue them with 64 2, 10 | baptize them against their ~parents' wishes.~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 10 | be taken away from their parents, and ~consecrated to God 66 2, 10 | baptized against their parents' will.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 67 2, 10 | against the will of their ~parents, although at times past 68 2, 10 | be baptized against their parents' wishes, in contradiction 69 2, 10 | easily be persuaded by ~their parents to renounce what they had 70 2, 10 | is not distinct from its ~parents as to its body, so long 71 2, 10 | enfolded in the care of its parents, which is like a ~spiritual 72 2, 10 | to be taken away from its parents' custody, or anything done ~ 73 2, 10 | done ~to it against its parents' wish. As soon, however, 74 2, 10 | baptized, ~even against its parents' wish; but not before it 75 2, 10 | saved in the faith of their parents; whereby we are given to ~ 76 2, 10 | understand that it is the parents' duty to look after the 77 2, 10 | is directed to God by its parents' reason, under whose ~care 78 2, 10 | unbelievers is the duty ~of their parents. Hence it is they whom the 79 2, 21 | concerning the honor due to parents, but not a ~prohibition 80 2, 21 | those who dishonor their parents. And since in order to be ~ 81 2, 25 | with us by nature, our ~parents for instance, or our children. 82 2, 25 | about the honor due to our parents (Ex. 20:12). Therefore we ~ 83 2, 25 | special duty to afford our ~parents the means of living . . . 84 2, 25 | our children than ~to our parents, since the Apostle says ( 85 2, 25 | children to lay up for the parents, but the parents for the 86 2, 25 | for the parents, but the parents for the children." ~Therefore 87 2, 25 | his children more than his parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 88 2, 25 | grace perfects nature. But parents naturally love their ~children 89 2, 25 | children more than his ~parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 90 2, 25 | our children more than our parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 91 2, 25 | love God first, then our parents, then our children, and 92 2, 25 | viii). First, because ~parents love their children as being 93 2, 25 | himself. Secondly, because ~parents know better that so and 94 2, 25 | children are nearer to their parents, as being part of ~them, 95 2, 25 | part of ~them, than their parents are to them to whom they 96 2, 25 | principle. Fourthly, because parents have loved longer, for the ~ 97 2, 25 | duty of children to their parents consists chiefly in honor: 98 2, 25 | in honor: while ~that of parents to their children is especially 99 2, 25 | to be provided by ~their parents with what is good for them. 100 2, 25 | received to provide for ~his parents before all.~Aquin.: SMT 101 2, 25 | love himself more than his ~parents. Therefore he ought to love 102 2, 25 | wife also more than his parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 103 2, 25 | greater than his love for his parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 104 2, 25 | neighbors he should love ~his parents most. Therefore he ought 105 2, 25 | Therefore he ought to love his parents more than his ~wife.~Aquin.: 106 2, 25 | a man should love his ~parents more than his wife, because 107 2, 25 | more intensely, but his parents with greater reverence.~ 108 2, 25 | man ought to succor his ~parents rather than his wife. He 109 2, 25 | more than we love Him, and parents love ~their children more 110 2, 25 | benefactors as God and our parents, from ~whom we have received 111 2, 28 | such as our children or our parents, we do not pity their ~distress, 112 2, 29 | a man ought to love his parents more than his children, ~ 113 2, 29 | children to lay up for the ~parents," according to 2 Cor. 12: 114 2, 29 | a man receives from his parents: wherefore in ~paying back 115 2, 29 | the first place to our ~parents before all others, unless, 116 2, 29 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Parents are like superiors, and 117 2, 29 | love tends to honor their ~parents. Nevertheless in a case 118 2, 29 | children rather than one's parents, to abandon whom it is ~ 119 2, 30 | precept ~about honoring our parents. For thus does the Apostle 120 2, 30 | precept about honoring our ~parents contains the promise, "that 121 2, 30 | subjection of children to their parents is founded ~on nature, wherefore 122 2, 30 | Children, obey your ~parents in the Lord." But, apparently, 123 2, 30 | give alms out of ~their parents' property. For it is their 124 2, 31 | about the ~honor due to parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 125 2, 32 | 20:12) we must honor our ~parents - as united to us in nature 126 2, 60 | honor due to God and our ~parents, as the Philosopher states ( 127 2, 60 | favors from others ~(our parents for instance) than from 128 2, 60 | property, to succor his ~parents, or those from whom he has 129 2, 61 | they be wicked, even as our parents, of whom it is ~written ( 130 2, 61 | community: ~and in the same way parents and masters should be honored, 131 2, 63 | Whether it is lawful for parents to strike their children, 132 2, 63 | would seem unlawful for parents to strike their children, 133 2, 63 | Therefore neither should parents strike ~their children, 134 2, 63 | Therefore it is unlawful for parents to strike their children.~ 135 2, 63 | therefore, it is lawful for parents to strike their children 136 2, 63 | states (Rhet. ii). Hence when parents are forbidden to provoke 137 2, 73 | comes derision of one's parents, wherefore it is written ( 138 2, 77 | if one fail to give one's parents due reverence, while ~it 139 2, 78 | possible to make to one's parents an equal return of what 140 2, 78 | superiors, namely, "piety" to parents, and "religion" to God; ~ 141 2, 79 | Sententiae], "Worship thy parents." Therefore ~religion directs 142 2, 86 | children are under their parents' power. Yet children ~may 143 2, 86 | without the consent of their parents. ~Therefore one is not hindered 144 2, 86 | puberty can be revoked by the parents or guardian (20, qu. ii, ~ 145 2, 86 | unless it be annulled by her ~parents within a year (20, qu. ii, 146 2, 86 | under the care of their parents, or guardians in place of 147 2, 86 | guardians in place of their parents: ~wherefore in both events 148 2, 86 | way from the care of their parents; for this ~care is subject 149 2, 86 | can be annulled by their ~parents, under whose care they are 150 2, 86 | without the consent of their parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 151 2, 95 | disrespectfully ~to one's parents, than to pay others the 152 2, 95 | the respect we owe to our parents. ~Now God should be honored 153 2, 95 | with the honor due to our parents, which can ~without sin 154 2, 99 | and government are our ~parents and our country, that have 155 2, 99 | is debtor chiefly to his parents and his country, after ~ 156 2, 99 | to give worship to one's ~parents and one's country.~Aquin.: 157 2, 99 | 2~The worship due to our parents includes the worship given 158 2, 99 | who descend from the same parents, ~according to the Philosopher ( 159 2, 99 | includes the worship due to our parents as a particular. Hence it ~ 160 2, 99 | provides support for our parents?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 161 2, 99 | provide support for our parents. ~For, seemingly, the precept 162 2, 99 | provide support for one's ~parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 163 2, 99 | children to lay up for the parents." Therefore piety does not 164 2, 99 | oblige them ~to support their parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 165 2, 99 | extends not only to one's parents, but also to ~other kinsmen 166 2, 99 | one bound to support one's parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 167 2, 99 | children from supporting their parents. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] 168 2, 99 | We owe something to our parents in two ways: that is to ~ 169 2, 99 | 6) the ~honor due to our parents includes whatever support 170 2, 99 | beforehand, because ~naturally parents are not the successors of 171 2, 99 | but children ~of their parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[101] A[ 172 2, 99 | all, but chiefly to our parents, and to others ~according 173 2, 99 | duty ~and homage to our parents and country, and to those 174 2, 99 | charity we bear towards our parents and country.~Aquin.: SMT 175 2, 99 | which pays homage ~to our parents and country. But things 176 2, 99 | duties of piety towards one's parents should be omitted for ~the 177 2, 99 | duties of piety towards one's parents should be ~omitted for the 178 2, 99 | a man who knows not his parents and other kinsmen, or who 179 2, 99 | just as we ~worship our parents by paying them the duties 180 2, 99 | hindered from supporting their parents, both on the ~score of poverty, 181 2, 99 | of piety towards one's ~parents should be omitted for the 182 2, 99 | refrain from paying one's ~parents the honor we owe them.~Aquin.: 183 2, 99 | duty and homage to one's parents according to the due ~mode. 184 2, 99 | if the worship of one's parents take one away from the ~ 185 2, 99 | to pay worship to ~one's parents to the prejudice of God. 186 2, 99 | duties of piety towards one's parents should ~be omitted for the 187 2, 99 | the services due to our parents, we are not withdrawn ~from 188 2, 99 | that "when we find our parents to be a hindrance in our ~ 189 2, 99 | from them." For if ~our parents incite us to sin, and withdraw 190 2, 99 | praised for leaving their parents and following our Lord, ~ 191 2, 99 | 3: Whatever we give our parents out of piety is referred 192 2, 99 | Accordingly, ~if our carnal parents stand in need of our assistance, 193 2, 99 | in the ~world, if he has parents unable to find support without 194 2, 99 | prescribing the honoring of parents. Some say, however, that ~ 195 2, 99 | he would be exposing his parents to danger, in the hope of 196 2, 99 | on the other hand, if the parents can find means of ~livelihood 197 2, 99 | not bound to support their parents except ~in cases of necessity, 198 2, 99 | pretext of supporting his parents, to leave ~the cloister 199 2, 99 | points efforts for ~his parents' support.~ 200 2, 100 | paid also by piety to our parents, who excel in dignity. ~ 201 2, 100 | done to God, nor to our parents. ~Consequently these matters 202 2, 100 | precept of honoring our parents which refers to piety. ~ 203 2, 100 | that the persons of our parents and of our kindred are more ~ 204 2, 100 | than the ~persons of one's parents, yet children are under 205 2, 100 | have received from their parents and their ~natural kinship 206 2, 100 | worship and honor to their parents than ~to virtuous persons 207 2, 102 | from reverence for one's ~parents, it is contained under piety; 208 2, 102 | 20): "Children, obey your parents in ~all things," and farther 209 2, 102 | masters, nor children their parents, in the question of ~contracting 210 2, 103 | The sin of disobedience to parents is reckoned (Rm. ~1:30; 211 2, 104 | from God, and ~from our parents. Now the honor which we 212 2, 104 | with which we repay our parents ~belongs to the virtue of 213 2, 104 | whereby we worship our parents, and ~observance, whereby 214 2, 104 | some, for instance, one's parents, as the Philosopher states ~( 215 2, 104 | a son receives from his parents ~namely, to be and to live, 216 2, 105 | written: "Disobedient to parents, ungrateful, wicked." etc.~ 217 2, 106 | ignorance, perished with their ~parents (Gn. 19). Again, for the 218 2, 106 | copy the sins ~of their parents, and slaves the sins of 219 2, 106 | matters together with their parents, both because they are a 220 2, 106 | are a possession ~of their parents, so that their parents are 221 2, 106 | their parents, so that their parents are punished also in their ~ 222 2, 106 | imitate the sins of their parents, and thus deserve to be ~ 223 2, 120 | precept, about honoring one's parents, is fittingly ~expressed?~ 224 2, 120 | precept, about honoring one's parents, ~is unfittingly expressed. 225 2, 120 | worship not only to one's parents, but also ~to one's country, 226 2, 120 | OBJ 3: Further, we owe our parents not merely honor but also 227 2, 120 | the mere honoring of one's parents is unfittingly prescribed.~ 228 2, 120 | sometimes those who honor their parents die young, and ~on the contrary 229 2, 120 | our neighbor. Now to our parents, of all our neighbors, we 230 2, 120 | precept directing us to our ~parents, who are the particular 231 2, 120 | pay the ~debt due to our parents, a debt which is common 232 2, 120 | OBJ 2: The debt to one's parents precedes the debt to one' 233 2, 120 | because we are born of our parents that ~our kindred and country 234 2, 120 | they direct man to his ~parents rather than to his country 235 2, 120 | precept of honoring our parents is understood to command 236 2, 120 | Reverential honor is due to one's parents as such, whereas ~support 237 2, 120 | precept of honoring ~our parents: and this honor, as a kind 238 2, 120 | whatever else is due to our parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 239 2, 120 | to those who honor their parents ~not only as to the life 240 2, 120 | favor of bodily life to our parents ~after God: wherefore he 241 2, 120 | wherefore he that honors his parents deserves the prolongation ~ 242 2, 120 | he that honors ~not his parents deserves to be deprived 243 2, 120 | who are dutiful to their parents, are ~sooner deprived of 244 2, 120 | are undutiful to their ~parents, live longer.~Aquin.: SMT 245 2, 120 | pays what is due to his parents - which duty ~includes the 246 2, 152 | the guardianship of her parents, is a determinate ~species 247 2, 152 | with the consent of ~their parents." Therefore rape is not 248 2, 152 | away by force from her parents' house, and have carnal 249 2, 152 | taken away by force from her parents' ~house, and is forcibly 250 2, 152 | lawfully marry her with her parents' consent. ~Otherwise the 251 2, 152 | certain respect to his ~parents and therefore to his other 252 2, 152 | near degree from the same parents: so much so indeed that 253 2, 152 | blood, ~for instance between parents and children who are directly 254 2, 152 | children naturally owe their ~parents honor. Hence the Philosopher 255 2, 152 | directly but through their parents: and, as to ~this, becomingness 256 2, 155 | for instance ~God or one's parents: mercy relieves a neighbor' 257 2, 161 | in the sin of our first parents. ~For it is written (Gn. 258 2, 161 | knowledge resulted in our first parents from ~their inordinate desire 259 2, 161 | likeness to God our first ~parents did not covet, since such 260 2, 161 | Whether the sin of our first parents was more grievous than other 261 2, 161 | that the sin of our first parents was more grievous ~than 262 2, 161 | very ~easy for our first parents to avoid sin, because they 263 2, 161 | Therefore the sin of our first parents was more ~grievous than 264 2, 161 | Now the sin of our ~first parents was most severely punished, 265 2, 161 | Now the sin of our first parents was ~the first among sins 266 2, 161 | little." Now our ~first parents were established on the 267 2, 161 | as the pride of our first parents, as ~stated (A[2]).~Aquin.: 268 2, 162 | punishment of our first parents' sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] 269 2, 162 | punishment of our first ~parents' sin. For that which is 270 2, 162 | punishment of our first ~parents' sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] 271 2, 162 | Further, the sin of our first parents was the sin of particular ~ 272 2, 162 | punishment of our first parents' sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] 273 2, 162 | descended from our first parents. ~Therefore if death were 274 2, 162 | punishment of our first parents' sin, it ~would follow that 275 2, 162 | not true, for our first parents ~lived a long time after 276 2, 162 | punishment of our first parents' sin, so also are ~death 277 2, 162 | through the sin of our first parents. Accordingly death is ~both 278 2, 162 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Our first parents were made by God not only 279 2, 162 | in ~punishment of their parents' sins, inasmuch as the child 280 2, 162 | to the father, wherefore parents are often punished in their ~ 281 2, 162 | 32]), "although our first parents lived ~thereafter many years, 282 2, 162 | punishments of our first parents are suitably ~appointed 283 2, 162 | punishments of our first ~parents are unsuitably appointed 284 2, 162 | punishment of our first parents' sin is transmitted ~to 285 2, 162 | described as mocking our first parents, already reduced ~through 286 2, 162 | was appointed to our first parents ~before their sin, so also 287 2, 162 | Now through sin our first parents gained in this, ~that their 288 2, 162 | resulting from our first parents' sin are ~unsuitably described.~ 289 2, 162 | of their ~sin, our first parents were deprived of the Divine 290 2, 162 | transmitted from our first parents. And if a woman neither 291 2, 162 | much a mockery of our first parents as a deterrent to ~others, 292 2, 162 | imagine that our first parents were created with their 293 2, 163 | Para. 1/1 - OF OUR FIRST PARENTS' TEMPTATION (TWO ARTICLES)~ 294 2, 163 | must now consider our first parents' temptation, concerning 295 2, 163 | temptation of our first parents was by suggestion. ~Now 296 2, 163 | creature. Since then our first parents were endowed with ~a spiritual 297 2, 168 | refuses ~due honor to his parents, which may also be the result 298 2, 183 | receive no goods from their parents and relations should be 299 2, 183 | sufficient income from ~their parents and their own possessions, 300 2, 185 | sufficient income from their parents and ~their own possessions, 301 2, 185 | after ~leaving his home and parents dwelt for three years in 302 2, 187 | through ~deference to one's parents?~(7) Whether parish priests 303 2, 187 | can be withdrawn by their parents or ~guardians. For it is 304 2, 187 | of ~her own accord, her parents or guardians, if they choose, 305 2, 187 | by the ~authority of his parents; though if he has not the 306 2, 187 | with the consent of their parents, be received into ~religion 307 2, 187 | taking a vow without her parents' consent: but ~the vow can 308 2, 187 | can be made void by her parents. Hence it is evident that 309 2, 187 | without prejudice to her parents' ~authority.~Aquin.: SMT 310 2, 187 | through ~deference to one's parents?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 311 2, 187 | through deference to one's parents. For it is not lawful to 312 2, 187 | Now ~deference to one's parents comes under an obligation 313 2, 187 | concerning the honoring of our parents (Ex. 20:12); wherefore the 314 2, 187 | a return of duty to her ~parents." But the entrance to religion 315 2, 187 | omit deference to one's parents for the sake ~of entering 316 2, 187 | is more indebted to his parents than to those to ~whom he 317 2, 187 | despite of their duty to their parents.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 318 2, 187 | were ~treating of piety, parents as such have the character 319 2, 187 | accidentally competent to parents to be assisted by ~their 320 2, 187 | must say that when their parents are in such ~need that they 321 2, 187 | despite of their duty to their parents. If, however, the parents' ~ 322 2, 187 | parents. If, however, the parents' ~necessity be not such 323 2, 187 | the duty they owe their ~parents, enter religion even against 324 2, 187 | religion even against their parents' command, because ~after 325 2, 187 | Heb. 12:9), than obey our ~parents. Hence as we read (Mt. 8: 326 2, 187 | commandment of honoring our parents extends not only to ~bodily 327 2, 187 | commandment of ~honoring their parents, by praying for them and 328 2, 187 | in the world honor ~their parents in different ways as befits 329 3, 25 | children, as love for one's parents is greater, in no way are 330 3, 27 | of the children is their parents. ~Therefore the Blessed 331 3, 27 | be sanctified even in her parents, ~before animation.~Aquin.: 332 3, 27 | Consequently, though the parents of the Blessed Virgin were 333 3, 27 | because the honor of the parents reflects on the ~child, 334 3, 28 | united by being ~of the same parents, of the same nation, of 335 3, 29 | the marriage of Christ's parents, offspring, faith and sacrament. 336 3, 31 | Virgin, as received from ~her parents, was actually a part of 337 3, 31 | Virgin received from her parents was not the matter of Christ' 338 3, 34 | faith, but that of their parents or of the Church. The former ~ 339 3, 35 | in man on the part of his parents there is a twofold ~relation, 340 3, 35 | the two ~relations in the parents, as considered by the intellect. 341 3, 35 | of the sin of our first ~parents, according to Gn. 2:17: " 342 3, 44 | this man sinned, nor his parents, that he should be born 343 3, 49 | race, for it is our ~first parents' sin, and by that sin heaven' 344 3, 49 | 24 that after our first parents' sin God "placed . ~. . 345 3, 52 | original sin either by their parents' faith or by ~any sacrament 346 3, 67 | charge of thus: ~that the parents of the child should hand 347 3, 67 | carefully instructed by their parents. ~If, however, they perceive 348 3, 68 | against the will of ~their parents?~(11) Whether anyone should 349 3, 68 | implied in ~the faith of their parents; since the latter are sometimes 350 3, 68 | their salvation if their parents be ~unbelievers, because, 351 3, 68 | the ~unbelief of their own parents, even if after Baptism these 352 3, 68 | against the ~will of their parents?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 353 3, 68 | against the will of their parents. For it is a matter of greater ~ 354 3, 68 | temporal death, even if its parents through ~malice try to prevent 355 3, 68 | death, even against their parents' will.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 356 3, 68 | away from their ~carnal parents, and consecrated to God 357 3, 68 | against the will of their parents, they can ~receive Baptism, 358 3, 68 | under the care of their parents as long as they ~cannot 359 3, 68 | through the faith of their parents." ~Wherefore it would be 360 3, 68 | baptized against their parents' will; just as it would 361 3, 68 | natural affection for their parents. Therefore it is not the ~ 362 3, 68 | unbelievers against their ~parents' will.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 363 3, 68 | through the reason of its parents, ~under whose care it naturally 364 3, 70 | probable, however, ~that parents who were believers offered 365 Suppl, 13| in giving honor ~to one's parents or to the gods, as indeed 366 Suppl, 41| derive three things from our parents, namely "existence," "nourishment," ~ 367 Suppl, 41| have certain and definite parents, and this would not be the 368 Suppl, 41| needs the support of ~both parents, although for a short time, 369 Suppl, 41| since the child needs the ~parents' care for a long time, there 370 Suppl, 43| I will take thee, if thy parents consent," and then the promise ~ 371 Suppl, 43| I will take thee, if thy parents consent," and such a condition ~ 372 Suppl, 43| can be ~arranged by the parents without the knowledge of 373 Suppl, 45| through ~bashfulness when her parents give her away to the bridegroom. 374 Suppl, 45| a case the words of the ~parents are taken as being the maid' 375 Suppl, 47| money, or the consent of the parents, and then the judgment about ~ 376 Suppl, 47| 20): "Children, obey your parents in ~all things." Therefore 377 Suppl, 47| to keep the promise. Now parents promise future ~marriages 378 Suppl, 47| betrothal contracted by the parents ~would hold good without 379 Suppl, 49| united in ~marriage, since parents naturally "lay up" for their " 380 Suppl, 54| wherefore he says that "parents love their children as ~ 381 Suppl, 54| that "children love their parents as being themselves ~something 382 Suppl, 54| who are born of the same parents," as he again says (Ethic. ~ 383 Suppl, 54| to the ~reverence due to parents if the son marry his mother 384 Suppl, 54| united carnally to their ~parents does not come from the natural 385 Suppl, 54| But carnal copulation with parents is derogatory to the reverence 386 Suppl, 54| nature has instilled into parents solicitude in ~providing 387 Suppl, 54| reverence towards their parents: yet to no kind of animal 388 Suppl, 54| children or reverence for ~parents; but to other animals more 389 Suppl, 54| or less necessary to its parents, or the parents to their 390 Suppl, 54| necessary to its parents, or the parents to their offspring. ~Hence 391 Suppl, 55| having taken ~place, the parents should be debarred from 392 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "Parents should lay up for their 393 Suppl, 59| also the first, since the parents endeavor to draw their ~ 394 Suppl, 64| conceived: so that those parents who are not ashamed to come 395 Suppl, 65| and learning from their parents, in respect of which three 396 Suppl, 65| which three things the ~parents are bound to their children, 397 Suppl, 65| children remain a ~duty of the parents during a long period of 398 Suppl, 67| it is of natural law that parents should lay up for their ~ 399 Suppl, 67| children should be their parents' heirs (2 Cor. ~12:14). 400 Suppl, 67| marriage, ~except in so far as parents have to provide for their 401 Suppl, 67| it is ~necessary that the parents remain together permanently; 402 Suppl, 68| although by natural ~law their parents are bound to provide for 403 Suppl, 68| bishop's care to compel both parents to provide for them.~Aquin.: 404 Suppl, 71| affection ~is towards their parents, in no wise are the bodies 405 Suppl, 75| vouchsafed - either ~to their parents, that the sin of nature 406 Suppl, 77| which is derived from one's parents would especially seem ~to 407 Suppl, 77| them is derived from the parents. If then the ~surplus food 408 Suppl, 92| be given by the maiden's parents, ~it happens sometimes that


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