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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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appointed

    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | servant, whom his lord hath appointed over his family." In this 2 1, 22 | 13): "What other hath He appointed ~over the earth? or whom 3 1, 34 | the work to which he is appointed by the ~king's word.~Aquin.: 4 1, 68 | water is an element, and appointed to the generation of ~composite 5 1, 69 | water is an element, and appointed to the generation of ~composite 6 1, 77 | and the "common sense" are appointed, and of their distinction 7 1, 77 | phantasy" or "imagination" is appointed; which are the ~same, for 8 1, 77 | the "estimative" ~power is appointed: and for the preservation 9 1, 78 | the ~intellect there is no appointed medium that has to be brought 10 1, 102 | attains to its divinely ~appointed end, as though of its own 11 1, 107 | fearlessly the Divine behests appointed to ~them; and this seems 12 1, 112 | man has an angel guardian appointed to him. This ~rests upon 13 1, 112 | that different angels are appointed to the ~guardianship of 14 1, 112 | and sometimes several are appointed to guard one. Secondly, 15 1, 112 | community, and thus one man is appointed as ~guardian of a whole 16 1, 112 | Hence individual ~angels are appointed to guard individual men.~ 17 1, 112 | to each man an angel is ~appointed to guard him; and such guardianship 18 1, 112 | 1/1~Whether angels are appointed to the guardianship of all 19 1, 112 | seem that angels are not appointed to the guardianship ~of 20 1, 112 | If therefore angels ~are appointed to the guardianship of all 21 1, 112 | Therefore angels are not appointed to the guardianship of all ~ 22 1, 112 | Therefore angels are ~not appointed to the guardianship of all 23 1, 112 | OBJ 3: Further, angels are appointed to the guardianship of men, 24 1, 112 | each soul has an angel appointed to guard it."~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 112 | therefore as guardians are appointed for men who have to pass 26 1, 112 | 1/1~Whether an angel is appointed to guard a man from his 27 1, 112 | seem that an angel is not appointed to guard a man from ~his 28 1, 112 | Therefore an angel is appointed to guard a man from the 29 1, 112 | Therefore angels are ~not appointed to guard children as soon 30 1, 112 | appear that an angel is appointed ~to guard a child before 31 1, 112 | Therefore angels are not appointed to guard men ~from the moment 32 1, 112 | each soul has an angel ~appointed to guard it from its birth."~ 33 1, 112 | that the angel guardian is ~appointed at the time of baptism, 34 1, 112 | baptism, others, that he is appointed at the ~time of birth. The 35 1, 112 | man has an angel guardian appointed to him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 36 1, 112 | mother, an angel guardian is ~appointed to it; as Jerome, above 37 1, 112 | forsakes the man ~whom he is appointed to guard. For it is said ( 38 1, 112 | Persia was a good angel appointed to the guardianship of that 39 1, 116 | Tm. 2:7): "Whereunto I am appointed ~a preacher and an apostle . . . 40 2, 4 | empyrean heaven, will be appointed to the Blessed, not as ~ 41 2, 58 | habit of choosing the mean appointed by reason as a prudent man ~ 42 2, 59 | habit of choosing the mean appointed by reason as a ~prudent 43 2, 63 | evident ~that the mean that is appointed in such like concupiscences 44 2, 64 | virtue observes the mean ~appointed by reason, as a prudent 45 2, 64 | this mean will have to be ~appointed for them by another virtue, 46 2, 66 | that virtue; which ~mean is appointed according to the right ruling 47 2, 68 | opposed to the good as appointed by reason; but they are 48 2, 68 | for ~the sake of the good appointed by reason, so does it belong 49 2, 69 | kept ~within the bounds appointed by the ruling of reason - 50 2, 94 | natural law is ~something appointed by reason, just as a proposition 51 2, 98 | The man to whom it was appointed concerning ~the Christ of 52 2, 99 | certain rewards should be appointed for those who observe the 53 2, 102 | special ministers to be appointed for the divine ~worship, 54 2, 102 | places, called synagogues, appointed for the ~people to gather 55 2, 102 | certain special garments to be appointed ~to the higher and lower 56 2, 102 | special ornate vestments were ~appointed for their use, and a special 57 2, 103 | evident that the priest was appointed the ~judge of leprosy, not 58 2, 105 | corrupt. But when the Lord appointed the king, He ~established 59 2, 105 | wise and honorable, and appointed ~them rulers": so that there 60 2, 105 | forsake ~justice. He also appointed the manner in which they 61 2, 105 | viz. two or three: and it appointed certain punishments to ~ 62 2, 105 | purpose for which judges are appointed among men, is ~that they 63 2, 105 | and magistrates" should be appointed in each tribe, "to judge 64 2, 22 | is inclined to the end ~appointed to it by Him; and in this 65 2, 25 | Sovereign Good. Now no order is appointed for ~faith, but all things 66 2, 27 | he will reach the term ~appointed to him by Divine predestination, 67 2, 30 | person; thus when a man is ~appointed to distribute alms, he can 68 2, 45 | habit that follows a mean ~appointed by reason in relation to 69 2, 45 | virtues, not as though they ~appointed the end, but because they 70 2, 45 | tend to the end which is appointed by ~natural reason. In this 71 2, 45 | that it "follows a mean appointed by reason . . . ~even as 72 2, 45 | daring. Moreover this end is appointed to man according to natural ~ 73 2, 45 | servant whom his lord hath appointed ~over his family?"~Aquin.: 74 2, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: A judge is appointed as God's servant; wherefore 75 2, 61 | makes a man worthy to be appointed heir to an ~estate, but 76 2, 62 | special punishment is not appointed ~save for a sin. Now a special 77 2, 62 | or of bodily maiming is appointed: wherefore they ~should 78 2, 62 | ministers of the Old Law, which appointed corporal ~penalties, so 79 2, 63 | according to nature it is appointed by God that a man's body ~ 80 2, 67 | of the king or prince who appointed him. Hence, as a ~remedy 81 2, 67 | to the fact that he was ~appointed ordinary judge by the prince.~ 82 2, 76 | forbidden and punishments ~appointed for them. Wherefore human 83 2, 78 | servant, ~whom his lord hath appointed over his family": and for 84 2, 81 | may obtain what God has appointed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 85 2, 84 | answer that, The priest is appointed mediator and stands, so 86 2, 86 | the case of those who are appointed ~bishops after making profession. 87 2, 87 | fault. Now a punishment ~is appointed for one who swears by creatures: 88 2, 87 | princes of the earth are appointed to execute.~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 93 | because the former are appointed on a principle of ~necessity, 90 2, 93 | whereas the latter ~are appointed on a principle of contingency, 91 2, 94 | on the contrary, it is ~appointed that he should wage war 92 2, 98 | in certain churches are appointed to instruct the clerics 93 2, 100 | Wherefore a special virtue is appointed ~for the payment of worship 94 2, 102 | according to a divinely appointed order. Hence the will of 95 2, 116 | possesses. But this measure is appointed by ~justice. Therefore covetousness 96 2, 131 | office to which they ~were appointed by God, but their worthiness 97 2, 145 | food, ~wherein the mean is appointed by abstinence. Wherefore 98 2, 145 | that are of obligation ~are appointed by the councils of bishops 99 2, 145 | bound to keep the fasts appointed by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 145 | must be done in the fasts ~appointed by the Church, to which 101 2, 145 | Church fast are unfittingly ~appointed. For we read (Mt. 4) that 102 2, 145 | Resurrection, fasts ought to be appointed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 103 2, 145 | Wherefore fasting ought to be appointed specially for those ~times, 104 2, 145 | precept. Accordingly the fasts appointed by the ~commandment of the 105 2, 145 | of meals. Therefore it is appointed by the Church, ~in her moderation, 106 2, 158 | however, other authorities appointed certain ~special virtues: 107 2, 160 | himself above that which is appointed to him according to the ~ 108 2, 161 | inordinate end. Now man was so appointed in the state of innocence, ~ 109 2, 162 | by way of a ~punishment appointed by a judge: and such a defect 110 2, 162 | Accordingly, the punishment appointed for the first sin and ~proportionately 111 2, 162 | first parents are suitably ~appointed in Scripture?~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 162 | parents are unsuitably appointed in Scripture. For that which 113 2, 162 | Therefore just as food was appointed to our first parents ~before 114 2, 162 | These punishments were appointed by God, Who does all ~things, " 115 2, 162 | were punished by having ~appointed to them things befitting 116 2, 162 | sex, one punishment was ~appointed to the woman and another 117 2, 162 | the woman punishment ~was appointed in respect of two things 118 2, 162 | multiplying of her conceptions was appointed as a ~punishment to the 119 2, 163 | same final punishment is appointed to the angels' sin ~and 120 2, 170 | of his own, for he is not appointed God's minister to declare ~ 121 2, 173 | but because this place is appointed for ~the contemplation of 122 2, 181 | requires a diversity of men appointed to them, in order that all 123 2, 181 | various duties when ~they are appointed to various actions. A third 124 2, 181 | subject: thus when a person is appointed to a ~higher action, he 125 2, 182 | After these things the Lord appointed," etc. which says: "Just 126 2, 182 | blessing, while others are appointed by simple ~commission, so 127 2, 182 | by holy orders a man is appointed to the most ~august ministry 128 2, 183 | Whether religious who are appointed to the episcopal office 129 2, 183 | servant, whom his ~lord hath appointed over his family." The third 130 2, 183 | own choice incline to be appointed to ~the government of others, 131 2, 183 | may happen that he who is appointed to the ~office of prelate 132 2, 183 | by the very person who is appointed to the pastoral cure - for ~ 133 2, 183 | definitely the superior ~who has appointed him. Sometimes, however, 134 2, 183 | to the ~prelate who has appointed him; and if the latter be 135 2, 183 | appointing nor by the one ~appointed - for instance, if an archbishop 136 2, 183 | 1/1~Whether he that is appointed to the episcopate ought 137 2, 183 | would seem that one who is appointed to the episcopate ought ~ 138 2, 183 | that one ought not to be appointed to the episcopal office 139 2, 183 | Therefore a man ought not to be appointed to the episcopate ~unless 140 2, 183 | iii, 3). Now a bishop ~is appointed to govern others. Therefore 141 2, 183 | On the part of the person appointed, it is not required that 142 2, 183 | Reply OBJ 3: When a man is appointed to a bishopric, he embraces 143 2, 183 | distinct from ~those which are appointed for the use of the poor, 144 2, 183 | Therefore religious who are appointed bishops are not bound to ~ 145 2, 183 | But a religious who is ~appointed to the episcopate ascends 146 2, 183 | But religious who are ~appointed bishops, are not bound to 147 2, 183 | which he is consecrated and appointed according to the holy ~canons, 148 2, 185 | faithful is the stipend ~appointed to those who preach the 149 2, 186 | do not read that our Lord appointed the ~seventy-two disciples 150 2, 186 | number of persons to be appointed to each locality, just as 151 3, 4 | Christ was to be born, God appointed ~signs of holiness, which 152 3, 10 | Him. Moreover, He has been appointed Judge of all by God, ~"because 153 3, 19 | the sin ~of Adam, who was appointed by God to be the principle 154 3, 19 | of Christ, Who has been appointed by God to be the head of 155 3, 35 | The man to whom it was ~appointed concerning the Christ of 156 3, 36 | this star, twelve men being appointed to take observations, ~who 157 3, 36 | creation observe the course ~appointed to them by the Creator; 158 3, 59 | 42): "It is He who was ~appointed by God, to be judge of the 159 3, 59 | said to him: Man, who hath appointed Me judge, or ~divider over 160 3, 59 | says (Heb. 9:27): "It is appointed unto men once to die, and ~ 161 3, 59 | 13): "What ~other hath He appointed over the earth? or whom 162 3, 60 | thus mispronounced have no appointed ~meaning, yet we allow them 163 3, 68 | while he awaits the season appointed by the ~Church, he is saved, 164 3, 68 | baptized beyond the time appointed ~by the Church, except this 165 3, 68 | further on, "if ~within the appointed time they are threatened 166 3, 72 | generals ~and captains are appointed to the command of the others. 167 3, 78 | blood this testament is appointed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 168 3, 82 | Further, priests are the appointed ministers of the sacraments. ~ 169 3, 82 | because the ~priest is the appointed intermediary between God 170 3, 84 | the righteous, hast not appointed ~repentance to the righteous, 171 3, 84 | previous life. Now ~"it is appointed unto man once to die" (Heb. 172 Suppl, 4 | depends on the punishment appointed, which ~should be enjoined 173 Suppl, 6 | ministers of the Church are appointed in the Church ~which is 174 Suppl, 6 | Wherefore they need to be appointed by the ~Church before exercising 175 Suppl, 8 | Lateran Council (Can. 21), who appointed "all of either sex to confess ~ 176 Suppl, 8 | command. Hence whoever is appointed a ~dispenser of this sacrament, 177 Suppl, 8 | so ~that the delegate is appointed the coadjutor of this other 178 Suppl, 8 | subordinate to the person he is appointed to help, ~he holds a lower 179 Suppl, 8 | seven years' duration is ~appointed for a layman guilty of murder, 180 Suppl, 18| satisfactory punishments appointed by the ~canons are not suitable 181 Suppl, 19| of the keys, unless he be appointed to that purpose by ~receiving 182 Suppl, 20| Principalities, who are ~appointed to individual kingdoms, 183 Suppl, 20| those over whom they are appointed, except in cases ~of necessity, 184 Suppl, 23| 25:3. Now the punishment appointed by common ~custom for holding 185 Suppl, 25| satisfactory punishment which is appointed according to ~the measure 186 Suppl, 26| whereas the bishops are appointed to a share ~in his solicitude, 187 Suppl, 29| On the contrary, oil is appointed (James 5:14) as the matter 188 Suppl, 29| the latter must needs be appointed by the institutor of ~the 189 Suppl, 35| of a character a man is appointed to give or to ~receive some 190 Suppl, 35| Baptism, and a man is not ~appointed to dispense the sacraments 191 Suppl, 35| Further, those who are appointed to confirm should themselves 192 Suppl, 35| the sacrament of Order are appointed to ~confirm others. Therefore 193 Suppl, 36| in every order a man is appointed to lead others in ~Divine 194 Suppl, 36| to which the ordained are appointed, because ~thereby they are 195 Suppl, 36| bishop needs assistants appointed to the lesser offices. ~ 196 Suppl, 37| various orders are ~severally appointed to the various offices; 197 Suppl, 37| sacrament of Order a man is appointed to dispense ~the other sacraments. 198 Suppl, 37| the Church a man is not appointed to ~any other than Divine 199 Suppl, 39| the ~sacred canons have appointed a certain fixed age in those 200 Suppl, 40| circular; and those who are appointed to the Divine service ~acquire 201 Suppl, 40| tonsure, ~nevertheless he is appointed to the Divine worship. Hence 202 Suppl, 40| worship to which clerics are appointed, ~although excessive care 203 Suppl, 40| Therefore there should also be appointed over priests one ~who is 204 Suppl, 40| that he is the first to be appointed to dispense the sacraments: ~ 205 Suppl, 42| and such a punishment be appointed ~for such and such a crime 206 Suppl, 49| beyond the bounds previously appointed by reason before the commencement ~ 207 Suppl, 53| has a sacramental cause appointed by God. Hence matrimony 208 Suppl, 58| perpetual or not, the Church has appointed a fixed time, ~namely three 209 Suppl, 58| Therefore lack of the ~appointed age is not an impediment 210 Suppl, 60| receive capital punishment as ~appointed by the law; just as it is 211 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The appointed time is not only when it 212 Suppl, 64| days ~certain hours are appointed for prayer. Therefore one 213 Suppl, 66| sacrament of order a man is appointed to the ~ministry of the 214 Suppl, 67| in the course which is ~appointed for the majority of cases, 215 Suppl, 67| in the course which is ~appointed for all cases, as instanced 216 Suppl, 67| regards the ~punishment appointed by God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 217 Suppl, 69| consider (1) the ~places appointed for the reception of bodies 218 Suppl, 69| Whether any places are appointed to receive souls after death?~( 219 Suppl, 69| 1/1~Whether places are appointed to receive souls after death?~ 220 Suppl, 69| seem that places are not appointed to receive souls ~after 221 Suppl, 69| certain corporeal places are ~appointed to them by way of congruity 222 Suppl, 69| knowing themselves to be appointed ~to such places, gather 223 Suppl, 69| 30:23, "Where a house is appointed for every ~one that liveth," 224 Suppl, 69| reason different ~abodes are appointed to the Fathers and to children.~ 225 Suppl, 69| OBJ 2: Further, abodes are appointed to souls after death on 226 Suppl, 69| office, in so far as they are appointed to try us. Hence ~it is 227 Suppl, 71| of the Church which has appointed a special Mass for the dead.~ 228 Suppl, 71| in which the prayers are appointed for this purpose. ~Nevertheless, 229 Suppl, 71| Church ought not to ~have appointed a Mass and prayer to be 230 Suppl, 71| why special suffrages are ~appointed to be offered in the Church.~ 231 Suppl, 72| secretly, although the ~appointed time was known beforehand 232 Suppl, 72| come openly, although the appointed time is ~hidden.~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 72| even as the angels who are appointed to watch ~over men will 234 Suppl, 72| unfittingness for being appointed ~to spiritual purposes; 235 Suppl, 72| sun and moon travel their appointed course." ~Therefore the 236 Suppl, 72| natural principles are appointed to definite effects, beyond 237 Suppl, 73| according ~to the order appointed to human things by Divine 238 Suppl, 73| ours: and yet He could have appointed ~another order, and then 239 Suppl, 73| guardianship they were appointed: so that this voice can 240 Suppl, 74| a day for ~a year I have appointed to thee." Therefore the 241 Suppl, 74| Again the number of days appointed by Daniel does not refer 242 Suppl, 83| deformities. For that which was appointed as a punishment for sin ~ 243 Suppl, 83| bodily deformities, are ~appointed as punishments for sin. 244 Suppl, 85| being in ignorance of the appointed time. Yet the same care ~ 245 Suppl, 85| neither is fixed duration appointed to old age, which is the 246 Suppl, 85| places would be more suitably appointed for the judgment.~Aquin.: 247 Suppl, 86| read that Matthias was ~appointed apostle in the place of 248 Suppl, 86| 10:42) that Christ "was appointed ~by God to be judge of the 249 Suppl, 86| respect of which "He was ~appointed by God to be judge of the 250 Suppl, 87| 10:42) that "He . . . was appointed by God to be Judge of the 251 Suppl, 88| and moon fill the places appointed to them not ~without work: 252 Suppl, 92| 2/3~Further, a dowry is appointed to carnal marriage for the 253 Suppl, 92| dowry of this kind to be ~appointed in spiritual marriage as 254 Suppl, 92| whereas a dowry is also appointed to the body. Therefore ~


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