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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | thing; for what removes an ~impediment is called an accidental 2 1, 49 | action except from some impediment. But only good can ~be a 3 1, 63 | them at once ~placed an impediment to their beatitude, thereby 4 1, 63 | if he had not ~placed an impediment by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 50 | action except from some impediment. But only good can ~be a 6 1, 64 | them at once ~placed an impediment to their beatitude, thereby 7 1, 64 | if he had not ~placed an impediment by sinning.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 90 | reason of its humidity, is an impediment to the smell, ~which requires 9 1, 91 | generation, and this ~is an impediment to matrimony. Woman, however, 10 1, 93 | the higher, and were no impediment to ~their action. And from 11 1, 100 | animals. Moreover a special impediment exists in man from the ~ 12 1, 102 | nutritive power by some such ~impediment as the coarseness of the 13 1, 106 | speech local distance is no impediment.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 14 1, 112 | into ~sin; which sin was an impediment to the efficacy of the prayer 15 2, 35 | secondly, through some impediment in the apprehension. On 16 2, 48 | silence." On the part of ~the impediment to reason because, as stated 17 2, 58 | not possible unless the impediment of ~the passions, destroying 18 2, 65 | act, on account of some impediment ~supervening from without: 19 2, 75 | account of some ~supervening impediment: else it would follow that 20 2, 75 | as that which removes an impediment is called ~an indirect cause 21 2, 76 | either one that removes an impediment, or ~the removal itself 22 2, 76 | the removal itself of an impediment: and it is in this way that 23 2, 76 | being the removal of an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 24 2, 76 | that sin, as removing its impediment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[76] A[ 25 2, 77 | the result being ~that an impediment arises in the aforesaid 26 2, 87 | another, by removing an ~impediment thereto. For passions, temptations 27 2, 94 | habitually, on account ~of some impediment: thus, on account of sleep, 28 2, 113 | movements the removal of the ~impediment precedes the attainment 29 2, 113 | end, before removing the impediment of sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 30 2, 114 | added to this, viz. the impediment of sin. For since sin is 31 2, 114 | second proof taken from the impediment of sin, the ~case is similar 32 2, 114 | sometimes there may be an impediment on the part of him ~whose 33 2, 114 | effect on account of the impediment ~of sin in the one for whom 34 2, 114 | grace, ~because there is no impediment (at least, on the part of 35 2, 114 | subsequent sin, there arises an impediment to the preceding merit, 36 2, 114 | account of a supervening impediment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 37 2, 114 | takes place because of the ~impediment of sin, since sin itself 38 2, 43 | on ~account of the bodily impediment which hinders the use of 39 2, 44 | which results from a bodily ~impediment. On the other hand the folly 40 2, 44 | is caused by a spiritual ~impediment, viz. by the mind being 41 2, 86 | These vows alone are an impediment to the contract of ~marriage, 42 2, 115 | inexperience merely removes the impediment to liberality, so that it ~ 43 2, 152 | contracted, although it is an impediment to its being contracted. ~ 44 2, 170 | obstacle than an ~accidental impediment. Now the considerations 45 2, 183 | unable himself to remove ~the impediment that makes the pastoral 46 2, 183 | be willing to remove the ~impediment, he is bound humbly to obey. 47 2, 183 | speak." At other times the impediment ~cannot be removed, neither 48 2, 183 | one should thus incur an impediment to the ~episcopate or holy 49 2, 187 | the ~cessation of a lawful impediment; whereas if he intend to 50 3, 68 | accidentally, ~i.e. through some impediment in a bodily organ; but not 51 3, 69 | absence of habits, but to an impediment on the part of the body: 52 3, 71 | exorcism remove the twofold ~impediment against the reception of 53 3, 71 | these, one is the ~outward impediment, so far as the demons strive 54 3, 71 | man's ~salvation. And this impediment is removed by the breathings, 55 3, 71 | Body Para. 3/3~The other impediment is within, forasmuch as, 56 3, 89 | eternal life, is due to the ~impediment of the supervening sin whereby 57 3, 89 | eternal life. But this impediment is removed by Penance, inasmuch 58 3, 89 | regard to a supervening impediment on the ~part of the man 59 3, 89 | relation to an extrinsic ~impediment; while they are said to 60 Suppl, 8 | confession, on account of ~an impediment to the exercise of his order, 61 Suppl, 8 | the power to ~remove that impediment can permit him to hear confessions.~ 62 Suppl, 32| Bodily deformity is not an impediment to any other ~sacrament. 63 Suppl, 32| Therefore it should not be an impediment to this one. Now each ~of 64 Suppl, 37| instructed, yet lie under an impediment through the power of the 65 Suppl, 37| The sacred Orders are an impediment to the contracting ~of marriage 66 Suppl, 39| Whether the female sex is an impediment to receiving this sacrament?~( 67 Suppl, 39| Whether the female sex is an impediment to receiving Orders?~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 39| that the female sex is no impediment to receiving ~Orders. For 69 Suppl, 39| use of reason ~occasion an impediment to act. Wherefore the like 70 Suppl, 39| the state of slavery is an impediment to receiving Orders?~Aquin.: 71 Suppl, 39| state of slavery is not an impediment to ~receiving Orders. For 72 Suppl, 39| humility should not be an ~impediment to the reception of a sacrament. 73 Suppl, 39| would seem that it is an impediment to the ~validity of the 74 Suppl, 39| he would if this were an ~impediment to his receiving Orders. 75 Suppl, 39| s own fault is a greater impediment than the fault ~of another. 76 Suppl, 39| of members should be an impediment?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] A[ 77 Suppl, 39| either on account of an ~impediment to the act, or on account 78 Suppl, 39| act, or on account of an impediment affecting his ~personal 79 Suppl, 43| mortally, unless a lawful impediment arise; and the Church uses ~ 80 Suppl, 47| cannot be, cannot be an impediment. But ~compulsory consent 81 Suppl, 47| compulsory consent is an impediment to matrimony, as stated 82 Suppl, 47| Therefore if there is an impediment ~on the part of one, there 83 Suppl, 47| follows ~that whatever is an impediment to matrimony in the one, 84 Suppl, 47| matrimony in the one, is an impediment ~to matrimony in the other; 85 Suppl, 50| there should ~not be any impediment making it altogether unlawful 86 Suppl, 50| 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, no impediment can remove from a thing 87 Suppl, 50| unable - and thus we have the impediment of "impotence" - or ~through 88 Suppl, 50| freely, and thus we have the impediment of ~the "condition of slavery." 89 Suppl, 50| fulfill - and thus we have the impediment of "Order" - or on account ~ 90 Suppl, 50| vow - and thus "Vow" is an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 91 Suppl, 50| which constitutes the impediment of the "bond of marriage" - 92 Suppl, 50| committed with her is an ~impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 93 Suppl, 50| de jure." Wherefore if an impediment supervene after a ~marriage 94 Suppl, 51| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF ERROR (TWO ARTICLES)~ 95 Suppl, 51| in ~the first place the impediment of error. Under this head 96 Suppl, 51| of its very nature is an impediment to matrimony?~(2) What kind 97 Suppl, 51| right to reckon error as an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 98 Suppl, 51| be reckoned in itself an ~impediment to marriage. For consent, 99 Suppl, 51| been ~reckoned here as an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 100 Suppl, 51| its very nature can be an impediment to ~marriage is in opposition 101 Suppl, 51| not by its very nature an ~impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 102 Suppl, 51| marriage. Therefore error is an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 103 Suppl, 51| error. Therefore error is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 104 Suppl, 51| However, as ~regards being an impediment to the voluntary, it differs 105 Suppl, 51| since no ignorance can be an impediment to ~the voluntary, unless 106 Suppl, 51| Whether every error is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT 107 Suppl, 51| seem that every error is an impediment to matrimony, and ~not, 108 Suppl, 51| is of its very nature an ~impediment to matrimony, as stated 109 Suppl, 51| Therefore every error is ~an impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 110 Suppl, 51| if error, as such, is an impediment to matrimony, the ~greater 111 Suppl, 51| the error the greater the impediment. Now the error concerning ~ 112 Suppl, 51| Therefore it should be a greater impediment ~than error about the person.~ 113 Suppl, 51| condition or person that is an impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 114 Suppl, 51| regarding the condition is an impediment to matrimony. Therefore 115 Suppl, 51| or fortune is equally an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 116 Suppl, 51| condition of slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony. Therefore 117 Suppl, 51| matters mentioned is also an ~impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 118 Suppl, 51| condition of slavery is an impediment, so ~are difference of worship 119 Suppl, 51| regarding the condition is an impediment, so also should error about ~ 120 Suppl, 51| other matters be reckoned an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 121 Suppl, 51| about the ~person is an impediment to marriage. For marriage 122 Suppl, 51| regarding the person is not ~an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 123 Suppl, 51| the same count is it an impediment to marriage. ~Now error 124 Suppl, 51| errors, and no others, are an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 125 Suppl, 51| nature that error is an ~impediment to marriage, but from the 126 Suppl, 51| such error as these is no ~impediment to marriage, as neither 127 Suppl, 51| about the person, it is an impediment to matrimony. Hence, if ~ 128 Suppl, 51| Reply OBJ 6: Error is an impediment to matrimony, although it 129 Suppl, 51| things, because they are an impediment to marriage ~whether there 130 Suppl, 51| condition of slavery is no impediment if the slavery be ~known. 131 Suppl, 52| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF THE CONDITION OF SLAVERY ( 132 Suppl, 52| We must now consider the impediment of the condition of slavery. 133 Suppl, 52| condition of slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~(2) Whether 134 Suppl, 52| condition of slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT 135 Suppl, 52| condition of slavery is no impediment to ~matrimony. For nothing 136 Suppl, 52| matrimony. For nothing is an impediment to marriage except what 137 Suppl, 52| Therefore slavery is no ~impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 138 Suppl, 52| contrary to nature cannot be an impediment ~to that which is according 139 Suppl, 52| Therefore it cannot be an impediment to marriage, which is a 140 Suppl, 52| 3: Further, if it is an impediment, this is either of natural 141 Suppl, 52| law, slavery is not an impediment to any marriage.~Aquin.: 142 Suppl, 52| Further, that which is an impediment to marriage is equally an ~ 143 Suppl, 52| marriage is equally an ~impediment whether it be known or not, 144 Suppl, 52| known to the other, is no ~impediment to their marriage. Therefore 145 Suppl, 52| by ~itself as a distinct impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 146 Suppl, 52| freedom is not accounted ~an impediment to matrimony. Therefore 147 Suppl, 52| leprosy is not reckoned an impediment to marriage. ~Therefore 148 Suppl, 52| consequently slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 149 Suppl, 52| respect of coition ~is an impediment if not known but not if 150 Suppl, 52| condition of slavery is an impediment if not known, ~but not if 151 Suppl, 52| evident that slavery is no impediment to marriage except when 152 Suppl, 52| slavery if unknown is an ~impediment to matrimony, lest one who 153 Suppl, 52| destroys voluntariness) of the impediment or by knowledge thereof; 154 Suppl, 52| knowledge thereof; and ~such an impediment is affinity or a vow, and 155 Suppl, 52| themselves the nature of an ~impediment, they are reckoned as special 156 Suppl, 52| is not reckoned a special impediment besides ~error, because 157 Suppl, 52| has not the nature of ~an impediment except by reason of the 158 Suppl, 52| ignorance of freedom is no impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 159 Suppl, 52| wherefore it is not an impediment to ~marriage as slavery 160 Suppl, 52| unknown to the wife, is an impediment to the act of marriage ~ 161 Suppl, 52| the marriage, since no ~impediment supervening to marriage 162 Suppl, 52| it is possible to have an impediment which prevents a certain 163 Suppl, 53| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF VOWS AND ORDERS (FOUR 164 Suppl, 53| We must now consider the impediment of vows and orders. Under 165 Suppl, 53| simple vow is a diriment impediment to matrimony?~(2) Whether 166 Suppl, 53| solemn vow is a diriment impediment?~(3) Whether order is an 167 Suppl, 53| 3) Whether order is an impediment to matrimony?~(4) Whether 168 Suppl, 53| that a "simple vow is an impediment to the ~contract of marriage, 169 Suppl, 53| although a simple vow is an impediment to the contracting of a ~ 170 Suppl, 53| that as a solemn vow is an impediment to the ~contracting of marriage, 171 Suppl, 53| 1/1~Whether order is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT 172 Suppl, 53| seem that order is not an impediment to matrimony. For ~nothing 173 Suppl, 53| matrimony. For ~nothing is an impediment to a thing except its contrary. 174 Suppl, 53| Therefore it is not an impediment thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 175 Suppl, 53| Church. ~But they are not an impediment to matrimony in the Eastern 176 Suppl, 53| Therefore order is not an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 177 Suppl, 53| Now ~order cannot be an impediment to matrimony except by reason 178 Suppl, 53| Therefore if order is an impediment to matrimony, every ~order 179 Suppl, 53| every ~order will be an impediment, and this is untrue.~Aquin.: 180 Suppl, 53| therefore, orders are ~an impediment to marriage, because married 181 Suppl, 53| every order ought ~to be an impediment. Yet this is false, as shown 182 Suppl, 53| seem that no order is an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 183 Suppl, 53| in that case order is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 184 Suppl, 53| requires that it should be an impediment to marriage: because those 185 Suppl, 53| that it is ~actually an impediment to marriage. However it 186 Suppl, 53| with the Greeks it is an impediment to ~the contracting of marriage, 187 Suppl, 53| with the ~Latins it is an impediment by virtue of order, and 188 Suppl, 53| peoples a sacred order is an impediment to the ~contracting of matrimony 189 Suppl, 53| Western Church it is ~an impediment both to marriage and to 190 Suppl, 53| order is ~everywhere an impediment to the contracting of marriage, 191 Suppl, 53| the use of marriage is an impediment to ~the exercise of a non-sacred 192 Suppl, 53| Now a previous order is an impediment to a subsequent marriage. ~ 193 Suppl, 53| that, Marriage is not an impediment to the receiving of sacred ~ 194 Suppl, 54| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF CONSANGUINITY (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 195 Suppl, 54| We must next consider the impediment of consanguinity. Under 196 Suppl, 54| degrees are by natural law an impediment to marriage?~(4) Whether 197 Suppl, 54| marriage?~(4) Whether the impediment degrees can be fixed by 198 Suppl, 54| Whether consanguinity is an impediment to marriage by virtue of 199 Suppl, 54| is not by natural law an ~impediment to marriage. For no woman 200 Suppl, 54| law no consanguinity is an impediment to ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 201 Suppl, 54| nature, consanguinity is ~no impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 202 Suppl, 54| goods of ~matrimony is an impediment to marriage. But consanguinity 203 Suppl, 54| Therefore it is not an impediment ~thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 204 Suppl, 54| good of the offspring is an impediment to marriage. Now consanguinity ~ 205 Suppl, 54| nature consanguinity is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT 206 Suppl, 54| Therefore consanguinity ~is an impediment to marriage according to 207 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is by ~natural law an impediment to marriage in regard to 208 Suppl, 54| consanguinity that are an impediment to marriage ~could be fixed 209 Suppl, 54| consanguinity that are an ~impediment to marriage could not be 210 Suppl, 54| that consanguinity be an impediment as far as the ~fourth degree 211 Suppl, 54| which consanguinity is an impediment to ~marriage are the good 212 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is now an impediment to marriage as far as the 213 Suppl, 54| whereas formerly it was an impediment as far as the seventh.~Aquin.: 214 Suppl, 54| the degrees which are an impediment to ~marriage. Thus if certain 215 Suppl, 54| when that degree was an impediment, their union would be ~incestuous, 216 Suppl, 54| degrees which were not an impediment were subsequently to be ~ 217 Suppl, 54| Therefore those degrees are an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 218 Suppl, 54| consanguinity has been an ~impediment to marriage have varied 219 Suppl, 54| OBJ 5: The reason for the impediment of consanguinity is not 220 Suppl, 54| to ~separate, because no impediment supervening to marriage 221 Suppl, 55| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF AFFINITY (ELEVEN ARTICLES)~ 222 Suppl, 55| We must consider next the impediment of affinity. Under this 223 Suppl, 55| Whether affinity is an impediment to marriage?~(7) Whether 224 Suppl, 55| a man having a perpetual impediment of impotence promise a ~ 225 Suppl, 55| public honesty," which is an impediment to marriage even ~as affinity 226 Suppl, 55| of continence or any like impediment, no affinity nor anything 227 Suppl, 55| malefice, having a perpetual impediment, ~is betrothed before the 228 Suppl, 55| contract there results the ~impediment called "justice of public 229 Suppl, 55| because at the time the ~impediment was not actual, since at 230 Suppl, 55| 1~Whether affinity is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 231 Suppl, 55| that affinity is not an impediment to marriage. For ~nothing 232 Suppl, 55| marriage. For ~nothing is an impediment to marriage except what 233 Suppl, 55| Therefore ~it is not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 234 Suppl, 55| Therefore affinity is not an impediment to ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 235 Suppl, 55| Therefore ~affinity is an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 236 Suppl, 55| as consanguinity is an ~impediment to marriage or union with 237 Suppl, 55| degrees affinity was not an impediment to marriage: as instanced 238 Suppl, 55| Church who is ignorant of an impediment ~is not indissoluble by 239 Suppl, 55| remains. Hence when the impediment comes ~to the knowledge 240 Suppl, 55| certain knowledge of the impediment of ~his marriage, or he 241 Suppl, 55| through ignorance of an impediment it is deemed ~lawful, whereas 242 Suppl, 55| marriage denounced, and the ~impediment for which it is denounced, 243 Suppl, 55| on account of a perpetual impediment, which ~prevents the contracting 244 Suppl, 55| cannot be ~accused. But the impediment can be denounced lest the 245 Suppl, 56| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP ( 246 Suppl, 56| We must now consider the impediment of spiritual relationship: 247 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is an impediment to marriage? ~(2) From what 248 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 249 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is not an impediment to ~marriage. For nothing 250 Suppl, 56| marriage. For nothing is an impediment to marriage save what is 251 Suppl, 56| Therefore it is not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 252 Suppl, 56| 2: Further, a perpetual impediment to marriage cannot stand 253 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is not an impediment to ~marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 254 Suppl, 56| spirit, it cannot become an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 255 Suppl, 56| disparity of worship is an impediment to ~matrimony, it would 256 Suppl, 56| of ~bodily kinship is an impediment to marriage, it follows 257 Suppl, 56| relationship should also be an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 258 Suppl, 56| wherefore no supervening ~impediment can sever it. Hence it happens 259 Suppl, 56| sometimes that marriage and an ~impediment to marriage stand together, 260 Suppl, 56| together, but not if the impediment precedes.~Aquin.: SMT XP 261 Suppl, 56| kinship of spirit proves an impediment thereto, ~without spiritual 262 Suppl, 56| marriage. Hence there is ~an impediment to marriage in either case.~ 263 Suppl, 56| that catechism is a weak impediment, since it ~hinders the contracting 264 Suppl, 56| women, ~and consequently no impediment to marriage can arise therefrom. 265 Suppl, 57| through it a tie that is an impediment to ~marriage?~(3) Between 266 Suppl, 57| one who has ~a perpetual impediment from begetting: hence for 267 Suppl, 57| reason of some accidental ~impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 268 Suppl, 57| Whether a tie that is an impediment to marriage is contracted 269 Suppl, 57| adoption a tie ~that is an impediment to marriage. For spiritual 270 Suppl, 57| from ~adoption cannot be an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 271 Suppl, 57| contrary, Relationship is an impediment to marriage. Now a kind ~ 272 Suppl, 57| results in a tie which is ~an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 273 Suppl, 57| that legal adoption is an impediment ~to marriage. This suffices 274 Suppl, 57| relationship ~that is an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 275 Suppl, 57| not suffice to make an ~impediment to marriage, unless the 276 Suppl, 57| marriage is a perpetual ~impediment. But there is not a perpetual 277 Suppl, 57| there is not a perpetual impediment between the adopted ~son 278 Suppl, 57| Legal relationship is an impediment to marriage on account ~ 279 Suppl, 58| Whether impotence is an impediment to marriage?~(2) Whether 280 Suppl, 58| Whether impotence is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 281 Suppl, 58| that impotence is not an impediment to marriage. ~For carnal 282 Suppl, 58| Therefore it is not ~a diriment impediment to the marriage contract.~ 283 Suppl, 58| frigidity is not reckoned an impediment to marriage. ~Therefore 284 Suppl, 58| considered in itself, is ~not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 285 Suppl, 58| frigidity, although it ~be an impediment in regard to one, is not 286 Suppl, 58| regard to one, is not an impediment absolutely.~Aquin.: SMT 287 Suppl, 58| pay the marital debt. This impediment is called by the general ~ 288 Suppl, 58| party who labors under this impediment remains for ever ~without 289 Suppl, 58| to ascertain whether the ~impediment be perpetual or not, the 290 Suppl, 58| that the subject of the ~impediment has completed carnal copulation 291 Suppl, 58| scarcely be a perpetual impediment. ~If, however, it were to 292 Suppl, 58| however, it were to prove an impediment to marital intercourse for ~ 293 Suppl, 58| greater and more frequent impediment (for it not only ~hinders 294 Suppl, 58| bodies), it is accounted an impediment rather ~than calidity, since 295 Suppl, 58| the marriage debt. But an impediment whereby a person ~cannot 296 Suppl, 58| have a perpetual natural impediment in regard ~to one person 297 Suppl, 58| there may be a natural ~impediment from another cause, namely 298 Suppl, 58| Whether a spell can be an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 299 Suppl, 58| that a spell cannot be an impediment to marriage. ~For the spells 300 Suppl, 58| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no impediment, unless it be perpetual, 301 Suppl, 58| spell cannot be a perpetual impediment, for ~since the devil has 302 Suppl, 58| Therefore a spell cannot be an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 303 Suppl, 58| hindered, unless there be an ~impediment to the generative power 304 Suppl, 58| Therefore a ~spell cannot be an impediment in respect of one woman 305 Suppl, 58| castration; and this ~is an impediment to marriage. Therefore much 306 Suppl, 58| witchcraft can set up an ~impediment to carnal copulation, but 307 Suppl, 58| copulation, but that no such impediment is ~perpetual: hence it 308 Suppl, 58| Witchcraft sometimes causes an impediment in relation to ~all, sometimes 309 Suppl, 58| necessity. Moreover, the impediment ~resulting from witchcraft 310 Suppl, 58| 1~Whether madness is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 311 Suppl, 58| seem that madness is not an impediment to marriage. For ~spiritual 312 Suppl, 58| Further, frigidity is an impediment to marriage because it ~ 313 Suppl, 58| voided save by a perpetual impediment. ~But one cannot tell whether 314 Suppl, 58| whether madness is a perpetual impediment. Therefore ~it does not 315 Suppl, 58| error does. ~But error is an impediment to marriage. Therefore madness 316 Suppl, 58| 1~Reply OBJ 3: A passing impediment which hinders the cause 317 Suppl, 58| marriage altogether. But an impediment that ~hinders the act must 318 Suppl, 58| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This impediment is reducible to error, since 319 Suppl, 58| the former sin is not an impediment ~to marriage. Therefore 320 Suppl, 58| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, this impediment is not mentioned among those 321 Suppl, 58| for incest is accounted an impediment to marriage not so much 322 Suppl, 58| but is included in ~the impediment of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT 323 Suppl, 58| Whether defective age is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 324 Suppl, 58| deficient age is not an impediment to ~marriage. For according 325 Suppl, 58| appointed age is not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 326 Suppl, 58| if defective age were ~an impediment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 327 Suppl, 58| and not ~known, is not an impediment to marriage. But lack of 328 Suppl, 58| Therefore it is not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 329 Suppl, 58| would seem not to be an impediment ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 330 Suppl, 58| In this case there is an impediment not only as to ~inability 331 Suppl, 58| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The impediment arising from defective age, 332 Suppl, 58| madness, is reducible to the impediment of error; because a ~man 333 Suppl, 59| DISPARITY OF WORSHIP AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO MARRIAGE (SIX ARTICLES)~ 334 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship as an impediment to marriage. ~Under this 335 Suppl, 59| previous to marriage ~is not an impediment thereto.~Aquin.: SMT XP 336 Suppl, 59| 1~OBJ 4: Further, every impediment to marriage is in some way 337 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship is not an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 338 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship is not an ~impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 339 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship is an impediment to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 340 Suppl, 59| previous to marriage is ~an impediment to the marriage contract.~ 341 Suppl, 59| previous to marriage is an impediment to its being contracted ~ 342 Suppl, 59| For which reason also this impediment is not called ~disparity 343 Suppl, 59| two evils are a greater impediment to good than one. But ~the 344 Suppl, 59| of only one party is an impediment to marriage. Much more, ~ 345 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship is an ~impediment to marriage, as stated above ( 346 Suppl, 59| Disparity of worship is an impediment to marriage, not by ~reason 347 Suppl, 59| disparity of ~worship will be an impediment to their intermarrying. 348 Suppl, 59| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, no impediment that supervenes upon a true 349 Suppl, 60| Whether wife-murder is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 350 Suppl, 60| Whether wife-murder is an impediment to marriage?~Aquin.: SMT 351 Suppl, 60| that wife-murder is not an impediment to marriage. ~For adultery 352 Suppl, 60| Now ~adultery is not an impediment to marriage. Neither therefore 353 Suppl, 60| But matricide is not an impediment ~to marriage. Neither therefore 354 Suppl, 60| Therefore the consequent ~impediment to marriage can be removed 355 Suppl, 60| decree wife-murder is an impediment to ~marriage. Sometimes 356 Suppl, 61| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT TO MARRIAGE, ARISING FROM 357 Suppl, 61| shall consider (1) the impediment which affects an unconsummated ~ 358 Suppl, 61| namely a solemn vow: (2) the impediment which affects a ~consummated 359 Suppl, 62| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT THAT SUPERVENES TO MARRIAGE 360 Suppl, 62| We must now consider the impediment that supervenes upon marriage 361 Suppl, 62| fornication, which is an impediment to a ~previous marriage 362 Suppl, 63| one sacrament is not an impediment to receiving another. ~But 363 Suppl, 63| a second marriage is an impediment to receiving orders. Therefore 364 Suppl, 63| not as a sacrament, is an impediment to the sacrament of ~Order.~ 365 Suppl, 65| disregard for ~a time the impediment that might arise to the 366 Suppl, 65| for the ~removal of this impediment that the precept forbidding 367 Suppl, 65| accidentally on account of some impediment ~it may vary at certain 368 Suppl, 66| own defect is a greater impediment to ~him than the defect 369 Suppl, 68| whereas there is some ~impediment affecting its validity; 370 Suppl, 68| affecting its validity; which impediment may be known to the ~parties 371 Suppl, 68| secret and be ignorant of the impediment, in which case their marriage ~ 372 Suppl, 68| Church, although there be an impediment, of which ~however they 373 Suppl, 68| however, they know of the impediment, although the Church upholds ~ 374 Suppl, 68| because she knows not of the impediment, they are not ~excused from 375 Suppl, 68| if they know not of the impediment and marry secretly, ~because


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