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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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matrimony

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1 1, 91 | this ~is an impediment to matrimony. Woman, however, was not 2 2, 102 | Confirmation, Extreme Unction, and Matrimony, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT 3 2, 102 | had ~not yet been paid. Matrimony did indeed exist under the 4 2, 105 | fully in the treatise on Matrimony (SP, Q[67]).~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 108 | Penance, and indissoluble Matrimony. He promised Confirmation ~ 6 2, 55 | of ~social life, that of matrimony, wherefore according to 7 2, 86 | this is incompatible with ~matrimony, in which state a man is 8 2, 98 | lawful to give money for Matrimony because no grace is ~conferred 9 2, 98 | Wherefore we must reply ~that Matrimony is not only a sacrament 10 2, 98 | lawful to give money for Matrimony ~considered as an office 11 2, 152 | definite woman is called matrimony; which for ~the above reason 12 2, 152 | woman, which is called matrimony, is determined by some law. 13 2, 152 | treat of the sacrament of matrimony. ~Wherefore, since fornication 14 2, 152 | something incompatible with matrimony, it is opposed to the good 15 2, 152 | further on when we treat of ~matrimony (XP, Q[65], A[5], ad 2). 16 2, 152 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Matrimony is specially ordained for 17 2, 152 | is specially opposed to ~matrimony, in the point of breaking 18 2, 152 | 60],62], when we treat of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 19 3, 29 | its ~end. Now the form of matrimony consists in a certain inseparable 20 3, 29 | sundered. And the end of matrimony is the ~begetting and upbringing 21 3, 61 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, matrimony is a sacrament, according 22 3, 61 | and in the Church." But ~matrimony was instituted before sin, 23 3, 61 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Matrimony was instituted in the state 24 3, 63 | for instance, penance and ~matrimony. Therefore not all the sacraments 25 3, 65 | Therefore neither should ~matrimony be instituted as a remedy 26 3, 65 | This is accomplished by Matrimony both in ~the corporal and 27 3, 65 | divisions in the community; Matrimony, as a remedy against concupiscence ~ 28 3, 65 | ordained against mortal sin; ~Matrimony, to Temperance, being ordained 29 3, 65 | are brought into being by Matrimony. ~The actions are "cleansing," " 30 3, 65 | man is begotten through Matrimony by a first and natural generation; ~ 31 3, 65 | spiritual ~generation. Therefore Matrimony should precede Baptism.~ 32 3, 65 | sacraments is given ~to order and Matrimony, which are intended for 33 3, 65 | of the ~multitude: while Matrimony is placed after order, because 34 3, 65 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Matrimony as ordained to natural life 35 3, 65 | individual (1 Ethic. ii). But Matrimony is ordained to the common 36 3, 65 | of Christ worthily. And Matrimony at least in its signification, ~ 37 3, 65 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Matrimony is ordained to the common 38 3, 65 | their administration; and Matrimony by reason of its ~signification. 39 3, 65 | perfects Penance; while ~Matrimony, by multiplying them, preserves 40 3, 65 | those who do not ~contract Matrimony, would be guilty of contempt 41 3, 66 | Unction; (6) ~Order; (7) Matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] Out. 42 3, 84 | the case of Penance and Matrimony, even ~as in bodily medicines, 43 Suppl, 29| neither ~of Penance, nor of Matrimony, because he had no intention 44 Suppl, 39| above the sacrament of ~matrimony. Now children and those 45 Suppl, 39| reason cannot ~contract matrimony. Neither therefore can they 46 Suppl, 39| sacrament, such as Penance, Matrimony, and so forth. But since ~ 47 Suppl, 39| Reply OBJ 2: The cause of matrimony is consent, which cannot 48 Suppl, 39| bigamy in the treatise on Matrimony (Q[66]).~Aquin.: SMT XP 49 Suppl, 41| XP Q[41] Out. Para. 1/1 - MATRIMONY (QQ[41]-67)~OF THE SACRAMENT 50 Suppl, 41| 67)~OF THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY AS DIRECTED TO AN OFFICE 51 Suppl, 41| next place we must consider matrimony. We must treat of it (1) 52 Suppl, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony is of natural law?~Aquin.: 53 Suppl, 41| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony is not natural. Because " 54 Suppl, 41| sexes are united without matrimony. ~Therefore matrimony is 55 Suppl, 41| without matrimony. ~Therefore matrimony is not of natural law.~Aquin.: 56 Suppl, 41| to their every state. But matrimony was not in every state of 57 Suppl, 41| marriage tie," ~wherein matrimony consists. Therefore it is 58 Suppl, 41| the same among all. But matrimony is ~not in the same way 59 Suppl, 41| which is possible without ~matrimony, as in the case of fornicators. 60 Suppl, 41| of fornicators. Therefore matrimony is not ~natural.~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 41| and female, which we call matrimony, is of natural law."~Aquin.: 62 Suppl, 41| thus the conjugal union or matrimony is natural.~Aquin.: SMT 63 Suppl, 41| natural to fire. In this way matrimony is not natural, nor ~are 64 Suppl, 41| natural; and in this way matrimony is natural, because natural 65 Suppl, 41| to the principal end of ~matrimony, namely the good of the 66 Suppl, 41| and it is in ~this that matrimony consists. Secondly, in relation 67 Suppl, 41| to the secondary end ~of matrimony, which is the mutual services 68 Suppl, 41| woman which consists ~in matrimony. These two reasons are given 69 Suppl, 41| man's nature inclines to matrimony on ~the part of the difference, 70 Suppl, 41| states that there has ~been matrimony from the beginning of the 71 Suppl, 41| perfect being, for which matrimony is necessary, as shown above.~ 72 Suppl, 41| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony still comes under a precept?~ 73 Suppl, 41| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony still comes under a precept. 74 Suppl, 41| primary ~institution of matrimony came under a precept, as 75 Suppl, 41| put asunder." Therefore matrimony still ~comes under a precept.~ 76 Suppl, 41| respect of ~all time. Now matrimony is of natural law, as stated 77 Suppl, 41| the precept ~concerning matrimony still hold, since it refers 78 Suppl, 41| marriage, it would seem that matrimony comes under a precept.~Aquin.: 79 Suppl, 41| Q[96], A[5]]. ~Therefore matrimony does not come under a precept.~ 80 Suppl, 42| 42] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MATRIMONY AS A SACRAMENT (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 81 Suppl, 42| ARTICLES)~We must next consider matrimony as a sacrament. Under this 82 Suppl, 42| of inquiry:~(1) Whether matrimony is a sacrament?~(2) Whether 83 Suppl, 42| belongs to the integrity of matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 84 Suppl, 42| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony is a sacrament?~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 42| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony is not a sacrament. For 86 Suppl, 42| wedding is not essential to ~matrimony. Therefore it is not a sacrament.~ 87 Suppl, 42| material element." But matrimony has not a material element 88 Suppl, 42| from Christ's ~Passion. But matrimony, since it has pleasure annexed 89 Suppl, 42| which it ~signifies. Yet matrimony does not cause the union 90 Suppl, 42| it signifies. Therefore matrimony is not a sacrament. ~Aquin.: 91 Suppl, 42| this is not to be found in matrimony, since it ~does not imprint 92 Suppl, 42| sacred thing. But such is ~Matrimony. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 42| since this is the case in matrimony, it is reckoned ~among the 94 Suppl, 42| OBJ 2: The sacrament of Matrimony, like that of Penance, is ~ 95 Suppl, 42| material element, so it is in Matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 96 Suppl, 42| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Although Matrimony is not conformed to Christ' 97 Suppl, 42| because he was of opinion that Matrimony has ~no reality contained 98 Suppl, 42| OBJ 1: It would seem that Matrimony ought not to have been instituted ~ 99 Suppl, 42| instituted. Now such is Matrimony, as stated above (Q[41], 100 Suppl, 42| suffices for one thing. Now Matrimony ~was instituted also after 101 Suppl, 42| sin, the words relating to Matrimony were not definitely said 102 Suppl, 42| no ~marriage. Therefore Matrimony was not instituted before 103 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, Matrimony is a sacrament of the New 104 Suppl, 42| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, Matrimony was instituted for the begetting 105 Suppl, 42| Therefore it ~behooved Matrimony to be instituted before 106 Suppl, 42| wherefore it ~was necessary for matrimony to be variously instituted 107 Suppl, 42| that good. Consequently matrimony as ~directed to the begetting 108 Suppl, 42| advantages resulting from matrimony, such as the friendship 109 Suppl, 42| of sacrament applies to ~matrimony as regards the intermediate 110 Suppl, 42| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Matrimony is not only for a remedy 111 Suppl, 42| There is no reason why matrimony should not have had ~several 112 Suppl, 42| Reply OBJ 4: Before sin matrimony was instituted by God, when 113 Suppl, 42| As was clearly stated, matrimony was not instituted before ~ 114 Suppl, 42| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony confers grace?~Aquin.: SMT 115 Suppl, 42| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony does not confer grace. For, ~ 116 Suppl, 42| an invisible grace." But matrimony has no ~sanctification essential 117 Suppl, 42| is by no means given in matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 118 Suppl, 42| Therefore if grace were given in matrimony against ~the wound of concupiscence, 119 Suppl, 42| very stupid to refrain from matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 120 Suppl, 42| grace is not conferred in matrimony, as a ~remedy for concupiscence.~ 121 Suppl, 42| sacrament. Since, ~then, matrimony is a sacrament, it is a 122 Suppl, 42| Gen. ad lit. ix, 7) that ~"matrimony affords a remedy to the 123 Suppl, 42| Sent. iv, D, 2] said that matrimony is nowise the cause ~of 124 Suppl, 42| would be a sin apart from matrimony. But this ~would be too 125 Suppl, 42| Sent. iv, D, 26] say that matrimony, ~inasmuch as it is contracted 126 Suppl, 42| works which are required in ~matrimony. and this is more probable, 127 Suppl, 42| act. Therefore, since in matrimony man receives by Divine institution ~ 128 Suppl, 42| lxxx in Joan.], so is ~matrimony able to do so through Christ 129 Suppl, 42| which is the sacrament of ~matrimony; and this tie by virtue 130 Suppl, 42| those who make no use of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 131 Suppl, 42| it in its root, and ~thus matrimony affords a remedy by the 132 Suppl, 42| to the signification of matrimony, as ~stated in the text ( 133 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Matrimony is a sacrament inasmuch 134 Suppl, 42| the contrary, There was matrimony in Paradise, and yet there 135 Suppl, 42| not an integral part ~of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 136 Suppl, 42| denotes a sanctification. But ~matrimony is holier without carnal 137 Suppl, 42| the fact that the end of matrimony is not attained ~without 138 Suppl, 43| 43] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF MATRIMONY WITH REGARD TO THE BETROTHAL ( 139 Suppl, 43| next place we must consider matrimony absolutely; and here we ~ 140 Suppl, 43| betrothal; (2) of the nature of matrimony; (3) of ~its efficient cause, 141 Suppl, 43| of sacramental annexed to matrimony, as exorcism to baptism.~ 142 Suppl, 44| 1 - OF THE DEFINITION OF MATRIMONY (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 143 Suppl, 44| now consider the nature of matrimony. Under this head there are ~ 144 Suppl, 44| of inquiry:~(1) Whether matrimony is a kind of joining?~(2) 145 Suppl, 44| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony is a kind of joining?~Aquin.: 146 Suppl, 44| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony is not a kind of joining. 147 Suppl, 44| cause from effect. Now matrimony is the bond whereby those 148 Suppl, 44| those who are joined ~in matrimony are tied together. Therefore 149 Suppl, 44| accident. Therefore since matrimony is a sacrament, it is not 150 Suppl, 44| joining; and consequently if matrimony is a kind of ~joining, there 151 Suppl, 44| joining, there is not only one matrimony between man and wife.~Aquin.: 152 Suppl, 44| to one ~another. Now by matrimony certain things are related 153 Suppl, 44| husband's wife. ~Therefore matrimony is a kind of relation, nor 154 Suppl, 44| Now such is the effect of matrimony (Gn. 2:24): "They shall ~ 155 Suppl, 44| in one flesh." Therefore matrimony is a kind of joining.~Aquin.: 156 Suppl, 44| life, it is ~clear that in matrimony there is a joining in respect 157 Suppl, 44| directed to some one ~thing, is matrimony; while the joining together 158 Suppl, 44| and minds is a ~result of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 159 Suppl, 44| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Matrimony is the bond by which they 160 Suppl, 44| subjects. But the relations of ~matrimony, on the one hand, have unity 161 Suppl, 44| denoted by its being called ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 162 Suppl, 44| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony is fittingly named?~Aquin.: 163 Suppl, 44| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony is unfittingly named. Because 164 Suppl, 44| nuptials are not essential to matrimony. Therefore ~matrimony should 165 Suppl, 44| to matrimony. Therefore ~matrimony should not be called nuptials.~ 166 Suppl, 44| conjunctio] is the genus of ~matrimony. Therefore it should not 167 Suppl, 44| things may be considered in matrimony. First, its ~essence, which 168 Suppl, 44| reference to this it ~is called "matrimony," as Augustine says (Contra 169 Suppl, 44| should be motherhood." ~Matrimony may also be resolved into " 170 Suppl, 44| of husband ~and wife by matrimony is the greatest of all joinings, 171 Suppl, 44| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether matrimony is fittingly defined in 172 Suppl, 44| OBJ 1: It would seem that matrimony is unfittingly defined in 173 Suppl, 44| is necessary to mention matrimony in ~defining a husband, 174 Suppl, 44| joined to the woman in ~matrimony. Now "marital union" is 175 Suppl, 44| put in the definition of matrimony. ~Therefore in these definitions 176 Suppl, 44| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, matrimony makes the woman the man' 177 Suppl, 44| place in the definition of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 178 Suppl, 44| other definitions given of matrimony, for ~according to Hugh ( 179 Suppl, 44| Hugh (Sum. Sent. vii, 6), "matrimony is the lawful consent ~of 180 Suppl, 44| Also, according to some, ~"matrimony is the fellowship of a common 181 Suppl, 44| are to be considered ~in matrimony, namely its cause, its essence, 182 Suppl, 44| three definitions given of matrimony. For the ~definition of 183 Suppl, 44| indicates ~the essence of matrimony, namely the "union," and 184 Suppl, 44| word "marital," for since matrimony is a joining together for 185 Suppl, 44| indicates the effect to which matrimony is ~directed, namely the 186 Suppl, 44| Thus, too, in defining matrimony we say that it is a ~"marital 187 Suppl, 44| by which we mean that matrimony is a union for the ~purpose 188 Suppl, 45| is the efficient cause of matrimony?~(2) Whether the consent 189 Suppl, 45| is the efficient cause of matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 190 Suppl, 45| the efficient cause of ~matrimony. For the sacraments depend 191 Suppl, 45| is no more the cause of ~matrimony than of the other sacraments.~ 192 Suppl, 45| own cause. But seemingly matrimony is ~nothing else than the 193 Suppl, 45| consent is not the cause of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 194 Suppl, 45| cleansing. Wherefore, ~since in matrimony there is a kind of spiritual 195 Suppl, 45| together, in so ~far as matrimony is a sacrament, and a certain 196 Suppl, 45| consent is the cause in matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 197 Suppl, 45| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Matrimony is not the consent itself, 198 Suppl, 45| a vow ~just as he is by matrimony. Now a vow is binding in 199 Suppl, 45| words is not required ~for matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 200 Suppl, 45| words is not essential to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 201 Suppl, 45| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Matrimony is a sacrament. Now a sensible 202 Suppl, 45| Therefore it is also required in matrimony, ~and consequently there 203 Suppl, 45| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, in matrimony there is a contract between 204 Suppl, 45| one another. Therefore in matrimony also the ~consent must be 205 Suppl, 45| binding, as in the case of ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 206 Suppl, 45| civil contracts, just as in matrimony, a ~certain obligation results 207 Suppl, 45| make any difference in matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[45] A[ 208 Suppl, 45| in penance, just as in matrimony, our act is as it were ~ 209 Suppl, 45| the sufficient ~cause of matrimony is consent expressed in 210 Suppl, 45| sacrament be perfected. But in ~matrimony our acts are the sufficient 211 Suppl, 45| blessing is not required for matrimony as being essential to the ~ 212 Suppl, 45| a case of necessity. But matrimony is not a necessary ~sacrament: 213 Suppl, 47| consent is an impediment to matrimony, as stated in the text ~( 214 Suppl, 47| consent is necessary for matrimony, so is intention ~necessary 215 Suppl, 47| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, Matrimony signifies the union of Christ 216 Suppl, 47| is the efficient cause in matrimony. Hence the ~comparison fails.~ 217 Suppl, 47| who uses compulsion. For matrimony is a sign of a ~spiritual 218 Suppl, 47| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Matrimony is an equiparant relation. 219 Suppl, 47| whatever is an impediment to matrimony in the one, is an impediment ~ 220 Suppl, 47| one, is an impediment ~to matrimony in the other; since it is 221 Suppl, 48| Church in the sacrament of matrimony is not directed to a base 222 Suppl, 48| if its end be good." But matrimony is always good. Therefore 223 Suppl, 48| good. Therefore it is ~not matrimony if it is done for an evil 224 Suppl, 48| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, matrimony signifies the union of Christ 225 Suppl, 48| number of such causes in matrimony, some of which are good 226 Suppl, 49| assigned ~for the excuse of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 227 Suppl, 49| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, matrimony was instituted as a remedy 228 Suppl, 49| remedies for sin. Therefore matrimony does not ~need these excuses.~ 229 Suppl, 49| is no ~need to assign to matrimony any goods whereby it is 230 Suppl, 49| offspring is reckoned a ~good of matrimony, so also should the communication 231 Suppl, 49| the Church, signified by ~matrimony, is the effect of charity. 232 Suppl, 49| reckoned among the goods of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 233 Suppl, 49| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in matrimony, just as it is required 234 Suppl, 49| 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, in matrimony as signifying the union 235 Suppl, 49| marriage. ~Therefore since matrimony is a sacrament, the sacrament 236 Suppl, 49| reckoned a condition of matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 237 Suppl, 49| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Matrimony is instituted both as an 238 Suppl, 49| is accounted a good of matrimony; the other is required on ~ 239 Suppl, 49| sacrament here does ~not mean matrimony itself, but its indissolubility, 240 Suppl, 49| sign of ~the same thing as matrimony is.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] 241 Suppl, 49| consent, which is the cause of matrimony, is often changed. Therefore 242 Suppl, 49| character is imprinted in matrimony. ~Therefore it is not conditioned 243 Suppl, 49| is the most ~essential to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 244 Suppl, 49| and "faith" pertain to ~matrimony as directed to an office 245 Suppl, 49| thus they regard the use of matrimony in ~begetting children and 246 Suppl, 49| asunder. Hence ~there is no matrimony without inseparability, 247 Suppl, 49| inseparability, whereas there is matrimony ~without "faith" and "offspring," 248 Suppl, 49| sacrament" is more essential to ~matrimony than "faith" and "offspring." 249 Suppl, 49| faithful, ~and there can be no matrimony without these also, since 250 Suppl, 49| since they are caused ~in matrimony by the marriage compact 251 Suppl, 49| marriage goods, belongs to matrimony by reason of its difference; 252 Suppl, 49| particular sacred ~thing which matrimony signifies.~Aquin.: SMT XP 253 Suppl, 49| object; and thus it is that ~matrimony derives its inseparability 254 Suppl, 49| spiritual actions; but in matrimony, to perform ~bodily actions. 255 Suppl, 49| bodily actions. Wherefore matrimony by reason of the power which 256 Suppl, 50| fewer its obstacles. Now ~matrimony is the least perfect of 257 Suppl, 50| for which is ~permitted in matrimony (1 Cor. 7:6), is in all. 258 Suppl, 50| impediments ~that are assigned to matrimony are not against the natural 259 Suppl, 50| treating of the cause of ~matrimony (Sent. iv, DD 29,30). Here, 260 Suppl, 50| impediments are assigned to matrimony rather than to the other 261 Suppl, 50| reasons. First, because matrimony consists of two persons, 262 Suppl, 50| individually; secondly, because matrimony has ~its cause in us and 263 Suppl, 50| impediments are assigned to ~matrimony than to the other sacraments.~ 264 Suppl, 50| to it; and thus ~it is in matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 265 Suppl, 51| consider the impediments to matrimony in particular, and in ~the 266 Suppl, 51| nature is an impediment to matrimony?~(2) What kind of error?~ 267 Suppl, 51| Therefore error ~does not annul matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 268 Suppl, 51| error is an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 269 Suppl, 51| error is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 270 Suppl, 51| consent is the cause of matrimony, as stated above ~(Q[45], 271 Suppl, 51| not of itself contrary to matrimony, it ~is contrary thereto 272 Suppl, 51| error is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 273 Suppl, 51| error is an impediment to matrimony, and ~not, as stated in 274 Suppl, 51| nature an ~impediment to matrimony, as stated above (A[1]). 275 Suppl, 51| error is ~an impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 276 Suppl, 51| such, is an impediment to matrimony, the ~greater the error 277 Suppl, 51| that is an impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 278 Suppl, 51| condition is an impediment to matrimony. Therefore error ~concerning 279 Suppl, 51| slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony. Therefore error about the 280 Suppl, 51| others, are an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[51] A[ 281 Suppl, 51| An error of faith about matrimony is about things ~consequent 282 Suppl, 51| things ~consequent upon matrimony, for instance on the question 283 Suppl, 51| difference in the essentials to matrimony, as the condition of slavery ~ 284 Suppl, 51| it is an impediment to matrimony. Hence, if ~the woman consent 285 Suppl, 51| Error is an impediment to matrimony, although it be about ~other 286 Suppl, 52| slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~(2) Whether a slave can 287 Suppl, 52| slavery is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 288 Suppl, 52| slavery is no impediment to ~matrimony. For nothing is an impediment 289 Suppl, 52| accounted ~an impediment to matrimony. Therefore neither should 290 Suppl, 52| slavery is an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 291 Suppl, 52| unknown is an ~impediment to matrimony, lest one who is not guilty 292 Suppl, 52| freedom is no impediment to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 293 Suppl, 53| a diriment impediment to matrimony?~(2) Whether a solemn vow 294 Suppl, 53| order is an impediment to matrimony?~(4) Whether a man can receive 295 Suppl, 53| consists the sacrament of matrimony, which is indissoluble. ~ 296 Suppl, 53| vow is a stronger tie than matrimony, as regards that to ~which 297 Suppl, 53| order is an impediment to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 298 Suppl, 53| is not an impediment to matrimony. For ~nothing is an impediment 299 Suppl, 53| order is not ~contrary to matrimony. Therefore it is not an 300 Suppl, 53| are not an impediment to matrimony in the Eastern Church. ~ 301 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, matrimony signifies the union of Christ 302 Suppl, 53| is not an impediment to ~matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 303 Suppl, 53| cannot be an impediment to matrimony except by reason of its ~ 304 Suppl, 53| order is an impediment to matrimony, every ~order will be an 305 Suppl, 53| order is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 306 Suppl, 53| impediment to the ~contracting of matrimony but it does not forbid the 307 Suppl, 53| order is not contrary to matrimony as a ~sacrament, it has 308 Suppl, 53| order cannot supervene to matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 309 Suppl, 53| order cannot supervene to matrimony. ~For the stronger prejudices 310 Suppl, 53| appointed by God. Hence matrimony may be impeded ~by a previous 311 Suppl, 54| to one of the goods of ~matrimony is an impediment to marriage. 312 Suppl, 54| firmly united together. Now matrimony is a ~kind of union. Since 313 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is an impediment ~to matrimony.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 314 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, matrimony is a sacrament as also is 315 Suppl, 54| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Matrimony is not only a sacrament 316 Suppl, 55| Whether affinity results from matrimony?~(2) Whether it remains 317 Suppl, 55| be named affinity, but ~matrimony which is a kind of unity; 318 Suppl, 55| affinity supervene to ~matrimony, it cannot void the marriage, 319 Suppl, 56| worship is an impediment to ~matrimony, it would seem that spiritual 320 Suppl, 58| way it is necessary for matrimony. Hence the comparison ~fails. 321 Suppl, 59| 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Matrimony is a sacrament: and therefore 322 Suppl, 59| between unbelievers. ~For matrimony is a sacrament of the Church. 323 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Matrimony is not ratified without 324 Suppl, 61| belongs to the sacrament of matrimony, ~inasmuch, namely, as it 325 Suppl, 65| remain together constitutes matrimony. Consequently it is ~evident


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