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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 67 | moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden them (Dt. 4).~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 68 | moon, and stars, which was ~forbidden them (Dt. 4).~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 96 | also ~sinned by taking the forbidden fruit. For he was told at 4 2, 14 | instance, that adultery is ~forbidden by God, or that man cannot 5 2, 19 | command something that is forbidden by ~the emperor. But erring 6 2, 19 | what is good in ~itself, is forbidden, then his reason or conscience 7 2, 19 | straw from the ground, is forbidden or ~commanded, his reason 8 2, 71 | Further, a thing is said to be forbidden, because it is contrary ~ 9 2, 71 | sins are evil through being forbidden, but some ~are forbidden 10 2, 71 | forbidden, but some ~are forbidden because they are evil. Therefore 11 2, 71 | sin is evil through being ~forbidden, this must be understood 12 2, 72 | sins,' by doing what was forbidden." Whence ~it is evident 13 2, 74 | alone had partaken ~of the forbidden fruit." Now "the woman" 14 2, 74 | the woman has offered the forbidden fruit ~to her husband."~ 15 2, 89 | die when she had taken the forbidden ~fruit." Again there seems 16 2, 91 | supervene, whereby all ~sins are forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 17 2, 96 | injured: and these sins are forbidden by human law, as stated.~ 18 2, 96 | prohibit everything that is forbidden by the natural ~law.~Aquin.: 19 2, 97 | do that which is equally forbidden to all, ~seems to be respect 20 2, 98 | more grievous after law had forbidden it, ~and because concupiscence 21 2, 98 | the more ~from its being forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 22 2, 99 | things are prescribed or forbidden, not as an absolute duty, 23 2, 100 | likeness of anything ~is not forbidden except as to the point of 24 2, 100 | existence; ~and this is forbidden by the words, "Thou shalt 25 2, 100 | Harm done by word is ~forbidden when it is said, "Thou shalt 26 2, 100 | harm done by thought is forbidden in the words, "Thou shalt ~ 27 2, 100 | reason they needed to be ~forbidden not only in the deed but 28 2, 100 | precepts, and acts of vice are forbidden by the negative precepts. 29 2, 100 | The slaying of a man is forbidden in the decalogue, in so ~ 30 2, 100 | killing is no murder as forbidden by ~that precept, as Augustine 31 2, 100 | not theft or robbery as forbidden by the decalogue.~Aquin.: 32 2, 100 | added, because thereby are forbidden ~all kinds of evil desires.~ 33 2, 102 | among them, so that it ~was forbidden to eat the flesh of certain 34 2, 102 | bread savory, should be forbidden in a sacrifice; ~while the 35 2, 102 | for this reason it was forbidden in the Law to offer ~sacrifice 36 2, 102 | contempt among men, that it was forbidden to offer them in sacrifice 37 2, 102 | this reason too they were forbidden (Dt. 23:18) to offer ~"the 38 2, 102 | of living. For they were forbidden ~the use of the blood that 39 2, 102 | your lives": and they were forbidden to ~eat the fat, in order 40 2, 102 | worshipped, for this was ~forbidden by the first commandment; 41 2, 102 | should be free. Thus it is forbidden that he should ~be blind, 42 2, 102 | it discerns ~odors. It is forbidden that he should have "a broken 43 2, 102 | unfitting that they should be forbidden ~to eat certain foods, as 44 2, 102 | should blood ~have been forbidden as unclean; nor the fat 45 2, 102 | garments should not have been forbidden to the ~Jews: for instance ( 46 2, 102 | for these ~things to be forbidden to priests (Lev. 21).~Aquin.: 47 2, 102 | human body. Hence they were forbidden to eat the ~flesh of flat-footed 48 2, 102 | in like manner they were forbidden to ~eat the flesh of animals 49 2, 102 | the same reason they were forbidden to eat ~certain birds of 50 2, 102 | grown up, offered up these forbidden animals to their idols, 51 2, 102 | blood and fat, they were forbidden to partake of those of ~ 52 2, 102 | without exception. Blood was forbidden, both in ~order to avoid 53 2, 102 | the same reason ~they were forbidden to eat animals that had 54 2, 102 | kind to beasts. They were forbidden to eat the fat: both ~because 55 2, 102 | The reason why they were forbidden to eat the sinews is given 56 2, 102 | birds certain kinds were forbidden. In the eagle ~which flies 57 2, 102 | a great height, pride is forbidden: in the griffon which ~is 58 2, 102 | leap: whereas those were forbidden ~which cling rather to the 59 2, 102 | attire. Wherefore they were forbidden to wear garments woven of 60 2, 102 | linen signified that it was forbidden to unite the ~simplicity 61 2, 102 | signifies that woman is forbidden to presume ~to teach, or 62 2, 102 | ceremonies of the Law. It is also forbidden that ~beast of burden, i.e. 63 2, 102 | All these minglings were forbidden in agriculture; ~literally, 64 2, 102 | all ~these minglings were forbidden in detestation of the unnatural 65 2, 102 | and gold were reasonably forbidden (Dt. 7) ~not as though they 66 2, 102 | wherefore he was absolutely forbidden to ~approach the dead, however 67 2, 102 | to him. They were also ~forbidden to marry a "harlot" or " 68 2, 103 | animals, ~since this was not forbidden by any law, but from dislike 69 2, 103 | converted ~heathens were forbidden to observe the rites of 70 2, 103 | idolatry; while fornication is forbidden as being evil ~in itself: 71 2, 103 | maintain that those ~foods were forbidden literally, not to prevent 72 2, 103 | why these should have been forbidden ~more than the others.~Aquin.: 73 2, 103 | hold that these foods ~were forbidden literally, not with the 74 2, 105 | Therefore it should have forbidden the ~kingdom to be divided 75 2, 105 | the more that they were forbidden ~to accept presents, as 76 2, 105 | himself observes, it was forbidden by the law in some ~of the 77 2, 107 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It was forbidden by the Law to touch a leper; 78 2, 107 | which were not expressly forbidden in the Old Law ~in all cases, 79 2, 107 | cases, although they were forbidden in some, without, however, 80 2, 108 | works are prescribed or forbidden in the New Law; thus confession 81 2, 108 | and denial of faith is forbidden; for it is written ~(Mt. 82 2, 108 | works are not prescribed or forbidden in the ~New Law, by virtue 83 2, 108 | and consequently should be forbidden in ~the Gospel of the kingdom. 84 2, 1 | the power to do what is forbidden under pain ~of anathema 85 2, 1 | universal Church. Now it was forbidden under pain of ~anathema 86 2, 10 | that they ought not to be forbidden to communicate with ~unbelievers.~ 87 2, 10 | with a particular person is forbidden to ~the faithful, in two 88 2, 10 | person with whom ~they are forbidden to communicate; secondly, 89 2, 10 | safety of those who ~are forbidden to communicate with others. 90 2, 10 | faith. These are not ~to be forbidden to communicate with unbelievers 91 2, 10 | result, they should be forbidden to communicate with unbelievers, 92 2, 10 | so the faithful are ~not forbidden to have unbelieving servants. 93 2, 10 | they ~should be absolutely forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 94 2, 12 | 20:1). Or else, it is forbidden by the words: "Thou shalt 95 2, 15 | and (Dt. 13:1-3) they were forbidden to hear the words of the ~ 96 2, 18 | nothing but what is evil is ~forbidden by God. Therefore worldly 97 2, 30 | lucre; wherefore it was forbidden (Dt. 23:18) to ~offer therefrom 98 2, 33 | the contrary, Whatever is forbidden in Holy Writ is a sin. Now 99 2, 34 | Wherefore sorrow of this kind is forbidden in Holy Writ, according ~ 100 2, 38 | place ~in tournaments are forbidden by the Church, since those 101 2, 38 | feats of arms are not all ~forbidden, but those which are inordinate 102 2, 38 | to important duties are forbidden to occupy themselves with ~ 103 2, 38 | to warlike pursuits are forbidden to engage in commerce ~[* 104 2, 38 | commercial enterprises are forbidden to clerics, ~because they 105 2, 38 | just wars. For they are forbidden to take up arms, not as ~ 106 2, 54 | Now the latter vices are forbidden in the Law: for it is written ( 107 2, 54 | contrary vices have been forbidden in the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 108 2, 54 | craftiness, and ~so they are not forbidden in the Law, as fraud and 109 2, 54 | can ~be understood to be forbidden in the prohibition of calumny ( 110 2, 55 | others evil because they are forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[57] A[ 111 2, 61 | contrary, Nothing but sin is forbidden in the Divine law. Now ~ 112 2, 61 | Now ~respect of persons is forbidden, Dt. 1:17: "Neither shall 113 2, 61 | dispensations to marry within forbidden degrees are more ~readily 114 2, 62 | a gloss. Now whatever is forbidden by God is a ~sin. Therefore 115 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 5: The defense forbidden in this passage is that 116 2, 63 | Hence when parents are forbidden to provoke their ~children 117 2, 68 | clerics and priests ~are forbidden to give evidence when a 118 2, 75 | trading would net seem to be ~forbidden to clerics except on account 119 2, 76 | Reply OBJ 2: The Jews were forbidden to take usury from their 120 2, 76 | if all sins were strictly forbidden and punishments ~appointed 121 2, 81 | about temporal things is forbidden, but ~that which is superfluous 122 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, we are forbidden to pray for others, if they 123 2, 81 | compelling, for this is forbidden, but in order to implore 124 2, 82 | due to God that ~John was forbidden to adore the angel (Apoc. 125 2, 84 | in the same passage it is forbidden to offer "the price ~of 126 2, 84 | signification, and it was forbidden ~to offer them. But in the 127 2, 84 | 1: In the Old Law it was forbidden to make an offering of the ~ 128 2, 85 | possessions, but were not forbidden to make a profit ~out of 129 2, 85 | New Law are ~more strictly forbidden to occupy themselves in 130 2, 86 | nowhere do we find this ~forbidden. Therefore it would seem 131 2, 87 | lawful to swear. Nothing forbidden ~in the Divine Law is lawful. 132 2, 87 | lawful. Now swearing is forbidden (Mt. 5:34), "But I ~say 133 2, 93 | this kind is unlawful, and forbidden by the ~canons.~Aquin.: 134 2, 95 | 1~On the contrary, It is forbidden in God's Law, for it is 135 2, 96 | xlvii), "though we are ~forbidden to swear, I do not remember 136 2, 98 | divine law" whereby simony is forbidden. Wherefore the custom, if 137 2, 98 | Ecclesia, de Simonia], it is forbidden to demand anything for the 138 2, 98 | invisibilis]): ~"It is absolutely forbidden to make a charge for what 139 2, 102 | except because they are forbidden. ~Wherefore, if obedience 140 2, 106 | overcome by evil, which was forbidden by the ~Apostle, who says ( 141 2, 108 | Hence it is ~expressly forbidden to bear false witness against 142 2, 110 | 2: Further, whatever is forbidden in God's law is a mortal 143 2, 116 | understand that if it is forbidden ~to covet another's possessions 144 2, 116 | s possessions it is also forbidden to covet those things ~that 145 2, 120 | first precept three acts are forbidden: since we read ~first: " 146 2, 120 | and this worship is first forbidden by the words, "Thou shalt 147 2, 120 | of images was fittingly ~forbidden by the words, "Thou shalt 148 2, 120 | all are understood to be ~forbidden by the words, "Thou shalt 149 2, 120 | whereby superstition is forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 150 2, 120 | precept should rather have forbidden them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] 151 2, 120 | should rather have been forbidden by this precept.~Aquin.: 152 2, 120 | taking of the Divine name is forbidden by this precept: and it ~ 153 2, 120 | sense servile work is not forbidden on the Sabbath ~day, because 154 2, 120 | the Lord's ~day which were forbidden on the Sabbath, such as 155 2, 120 | in the matter of certain forbidden works, on account of ~their 156 2, 120 | of the ~sensuality is not forbidden by a precept of the decalogue, 157 2, 120 | concupiscence of the will forbidden, since ~it is included in 158 2, 120 | reducible to those that are forbidden by these precepts, as taking ~ 159 2, 120 | neighbor are understood ~to be forbidden under the head of murder 160 2, 120 | lust, are understood to be forbidden together with ~adultery: 161 2, 120 | property are ~understood to be forbidden together with theft: and 162 2, 120 | forth, are ~understood to be forbidden together with the bearing 163 2, 120 | theft and adultery had to be forbidden by ~special precepts, but 164 2, 123 | disposed as to ~do what is forbidden, or to omit what is commanded 165 2, 130 | he glories: ~for this is forbidden (Jer. 9:23,24): "Let not 166 2, 145 | drinking. Now we are not forbidden to drink at ~various hours 167 2, 145 | who fast should not be ~forbidden to eat several times.~Aquin.: 168 2, 145 | those ~who fast are not forbidden to drink wine, it seems 169 2, 145 | that they should not ~be forbidden to eat flesh meat.~Aquin.: 170 2, 145 | Hence those who fast are ~forbidden the use of flesh meat rather 171 2, 145 | Eggs and milk foods are forbidden to those who fast, for as ~ 172 2, 145 | eating of flesh meat is forbidden in every fast, while the 173 2, 147 | from wine. Now wine is ~forbidden to kings, who hold the highest 174 2, 148 | drunkenness," ~which are forbidden by the Apostle (Rm. 13:13).~ 175 2, 151 | its effect. Now wine is ~forbidden on account of lust, according 176 2, 151 | luxury']." ~Therefore lust is forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 177 2, 156 | unqualified, and anger is forbidden altogether." ~Therefore 178 2, 161 | true; namely that God had forbidden them to touch that ~tree, 179 2, 161 | words, namely that God ~had forbidden them to eat of the tree, 180 2, 161 | likeness by eating of the ~forbidden fruit, her pride rose to 181 2, 163 | suggesting to them to eat of the ~forbidden fruit, which was akin to 182 2, 164 | Morib. Eccl. 21): "We are forbidden ~to be curious: and this 183 2, 166 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Mirth is forbidden the penitent because he 184 2, 167 | understand that women are not ~forbidden to adorn themselves soberly 185 2, 167 | pleasure; ~and it is expressly forbidden in the Law (Dt. 22) because 186 2, 168 | of vice, since vices are forbidden in order that ~obstacles 187 2, 168 | cause of murder, which is forbidden by one of the precepts ~ 188 2, 168 | Article that adultery is ~forbidden in the decalogue, because 189 2, 168 | inordinateness should also have been forbidden by a precept of the ~Decalogue.~ 190 2, 168 | commit murder ~(and this is forbidden in the Decalogue), and sometimes 191 2, 168 | adultery, and theft, which are forbidden in the decalogue; but only 192 2, 183 | inordinate saving, and is forbidden by our Lord Who said ~(Mt. 193 2, 185 | in any way," ~nor is it forbidden in other rules. Secondly, 194 2, 185 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Monks are forbidden to occupy themselves with 195 2, 185 | Further, that which is forbidden by law and contrary to justice, ~ 196 2, 185 | religious. Now begging is forbidden in the divine law; ~for 197 2, 186 | it has ~been wholesomely forbidden to establish a new religious 198 2, 186 | law. Yet ~religious are forbidden to plead at law, as appears 199 2, 186 | code of laws soldiering ~is forbidden to penitents. for it is 200 2, 186 | 3: Worldly soldiering is forbidden to penitents, but the ~soldiering 201 2, 186 | and this ~solicitude was forbidden His disciples by our Lord ( 202 2, 186 | Dei xix, 19), "no one is ~forbidden to seek the knowledge of 203 2, 186 | life of those whom we are forbidden ~to see in the body."~Aquin.: 204 2, 187 | enter ~religion: and this is forbidden in the Decretals (XX, qu. 205 2, 187 | him presents: and this is forbidden in the Decretal ~(I, qu. 206 3, 25 | thing, adoration thereof is forbidden in the ~same way as adoration 207 3, 28 | Because it seemed to be forbidden by the law not to take ~ 208 3, 37 | and consequently she is forbidden "to enter into the sanctuary 209 3, 41 | consent to the eating of the forbidden ~fruit, saying (Gn. 3:1): " 210 3, 46 | plucking of the ~apple from the forbidden tree against God's command. 211 3, 67 | And ~yet this seems to be forbidden, as may be seen in the Decretals ( 212 3, 67 | than only one. Yet this is ~forbidden in a decree of Pope Leo, 213 3, 72 | such a repetition must be forbidden." Therefore a character 214 3, 74 | wine. It is furthermore forbidden to offer must in the chalice, ~ 215 3, 80 | Consequently, no one is forbidden to ~behold Christ's body, 216 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: Holy things are forbidden to be given to dogs, that 217 3, 80 | because they ought not to be ~forbidden from receiving it, since 218 3, 80 | then such a one should be forbidden to approach this ~sacrament.~ 219 3, 82 | that persons defiled are forbidden to approach the ~altar; 220 3, 82 | fornication. But it is ~not forbidden to hear the masses of priests 221 3, 82 | Therefore, ~it ought not to be forbidden to hear the masses of priests 222 3, 82 | excommunicates, have been forbidden, by the Church's ~sentence, 223 Suppl, 11| 2: The confessor is not forbidden to reveal a sin simply, 224 Suppl, 21| kind of curse, and we are forbidden to curse ~(Rm. 12:14). Therefore 225 Suppl, 21| this sense is altogether forbidden. Secondly, ~so that the 226 Suppl, 23| majority, else they are forbidden to communicate with ~their 227 Suppl, 23| by word or in any of the ~forbidden ways mentioned above (A[ 228 Suppl, 28| entrance into the church is forbidden ~them. The final reconciliation 229 Suppl, 45| because the Church has forbidden it. But the Church ~has 230 Suppl, 45| But the Church ~has also forbidden clandestine marriages. Therefore 231 Suppl, 45| Reply OBJ 3: It is also forbidden to receive baptism otherwise 232 Suppl, 45| clandestine ~marriages are forbidden on account of the evil results 233 Suppl, 45| Clandestine marriages are not forbidden as though they were ~contrary 234 Suppl, 53| the degrees of kindred ~forbidden by the Church. Therefore, 235 Suppl, 53| in minor orders are not forbidden to marry by ~virtue of their 236 Suppl, 54| the same house were not forbidden to ~be mated in the flesh. 237 Suppl, 54| since their union is ~not forbidden by the Divine law. Therefore 238 Suppl, 54| between those who are not forbidden to marry by the Divine law.~ 239 Suppl, 54| were subsequently to be ~forbidden by the Church. Therefore 240 Suppl, 54| in the Old Law a man was forbidden to marry his father's sister 241 Suppl, 54| the Church sometimes has ~forbidden and sometimes allowed certain 242 Suppl, 54| afterwards more degrees were forbidden by ~the New Law which is 243 Suppl, 54| olden times marriage was forbidden even within the more remote 244 Suppl, 54| is now allowed were to be forbidden ~at any time, those in the 245 Suppl, 54| if a ~degree which is now forbidden were to be allowed, such 246 Suppl, 55| wives of two cousins are forbidden to ~marry, one after the 247 Suppl, 55| to the flesh, ~so is one forbidden to marry the husband's wife.~ 248 Suppl, 55| were: wherefore he was forbidden to marry on account of the 249 Suppl, 55| degrees of consanguinity were forbidden, in which ~degrees affinity 250 Suppl, 59| certain ~unbelievers, and forbidden with others. It was however 251 Suppl, 59| was however especially ~forbidden with regard to inhabitants 252 Suppl, 59| They are not, ~however, forbidden by Divine law, because before 253 Suppl, 59| removed ~from grace: nor is it forbidden by any law of the Church 254 Suppl, 59| precautions. Now a ~believer is forbidden to marry an unbeliever for 255 Suppl, 59| marry within ~the degrees forbidden by the Church, their marriage 256 Suppl, 59| married her within the forbidden degrees.~Aquin.: SMT XP 257 Suppl, 59| married within the degrees forbidden by the Divine ~law, whether 258 Suppl, 59| married within the degrees ~forbidden by a commandment of the 259 Suppl, 59| previous ~marriage that she is forbidden to marry again. If however 260 Suppl, 60| has done penance he is not forbidden to marry.~Aquin.: SMT XP 261 Suppl, 60| and they are absolutely forbidden to marry." Further, in whatsoever 262 Suppl, 60| proneness that the Church has forbidden marriage to the man who 263 Suppl, 61| contrary, Married persons are forbidden (1 Cor. 7:5) to abstain ~ 264 Suppl, 62| matter of precept is also not forbidden.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 265 Suppl, 64| debt?~(7) Whether it is forbidden to ask for the debt at any 266 Suppl, 64| Whether weddings should be forbidden at certain times?~Aquin.: 267 Suppl, 64| marriage debt. For no ~one is forbidden to receive the Eucharist 268 Suppl, 64| has already ~sufficiently forbidden this he repeats the prohibition 269 Suppl, 64| 1~I answer that, It was forbidden in the Law to approach to 270 Suppl, 64| be ~unnatural it is not forbidden in the New Law to approach 271 Suppl, 64| short time, wherefore it ~is forbidden to approach to her. In like 272 Suppl, 64| In like manner a woman is forbidden to ~ask for the debt during 273 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Whether it is forbidden to demand the debt on holy 274 Suppl, 64| a person ought not to be forbidden to ask for ~the debt on 275 Suppl, 64| Whether weddings should be forbidden at certain times? [*This 276 Suppl, 64| weddings ought not to be forbidden at certain ~times. For marriage 277 Suppl, 64| others ~sacraments is not forbidden at those times. Therefore 278 Suppl, 64| celebration of marriage be forbidden then.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] 279 Suppl, 64| Therefore it should not be forbidden by a ~commandment of the 280 Suppl, 64| On this account it is ~forbidden to celebrate marriages at 281 Suppl, 64| marriage contracted within ~the forbidden seasons, the marriage is 282 Suppl, 65| because by no law was it forbidden." Therefore it is not against 283 Suppl, 65| principal ~end directly, it is forbidden by the first precepts of 284 Suppl, 65| less satisfactory, it is forbidden, ~not indeed by the first 285 Suppl, 65| the law, since it was not forbidden by any law."~Aquin.: SMT 286 Suppl, 65| second sense, because it is forbidden by the Divine law. It ~is 287 Suppl, 65| Now plurality of wives is ~forbidden by the natural law, as stated 288 Suppl, 65| law. But ~fornication is forbidden (Acts 15:29) in conjunction 289 Suppl, 65| Now fornication was not forbidden by positive law; ~indeed 290 Suppl, 67| no law save Christ's ~has forbidden the divorcing of a wife. 291 Suppl, 67| permitted because they are not forbidden. ~The third is by absence 292 Suppl, 67| For ~certain things are forbidden those who are healthy in 293 Suppl, 67| in body, which are not ~forbidden the sick, and yet the sick 294 Suppl, 67| those things which were ~forbidden in the Old Law, and yet 295 Suppl, 95| remorse for ~sin except as forbidden by the Divine commandment.~


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