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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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contracted

    Part, Question
1 1, 7 | by matter, but rather is contracted by matter; and ~hence the 2 1, 7 | are not terminated, nor contracted by any matter. But ~because 3 1, 7 | its being is received and contracted to a ~determinate nature. 4 1, 14 | non-intelligent being is more ~contracted and limited; whereas the 5 1, 44 | consideration that matter is contracted by its form to a determinate ~ 6 1, 44 | to a certain species, is contracted by ~a supervening accident 7 1, 50 | forasmuch as it is not contracted to any one subject; while 8 1, 45 | consideration that matter is contracted by its form to a determinate ~ 9 1, 45 | to a certain species, is contracted by ~a supervening accident 10 1, 51 | forasmuch as it is not contracted to any one subject; while 11 2, 2 | form is, after a fashion, contracted ~and bounded by matter, 12 2, 18 | more absolute ~and less contracted. Wherefore also the parts 13 2, 44 | fact, the soul, as though contracted in itself, is ~free to set 14 2, 49 | Now, no ~genus should be contracted to a species by a difference 15 2, 81 | Whether original sin is contracted by all those who are begotten 16 2, 81 | 4) Whether it would be contracted by anyone formed miraculously 17 2, 81 | original sin would have been contracted if the woman, and ~not the 18 2, 81 | sin of our first parent is contracted by his ~descendants, by 19 2, 81 | our first parent is not ~contracted by others, by way of origin. 20 2, 81 | bear ~the iniquity if he contracted it from him. Therefore no 21 2, 81 | Therefore ~no sin can be contracted by way of origin.~Aquin.: 22 2, 81 | transmit the sin which he has contracted of himself.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 81 | Whether original sin would be contracted by a person formed miraculously ~ 24 2, 81 | that original sin would be contracted by a person ~formed miraculously 25 2, 81 | their children would have ~contracted original sin?~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 81 | their ~children would have contracted original sin. Because we 27 2, 81 | Therefore a man would ~have contracted original sin from his mother' 28 2, 81 | of original sin were not contracted from the ~mother. Therefore 29 2, 81 | infection of original sin is contracted from the ~mother: so that 30 2, 81 | her children would have contracted ~original sin, even if Adam 31 2, 81 | Therefore original sin, is contracted, not from the mother, but ~ 32 2, 102 | unclean infection. ~Again, man contracted uncleanness by touching 33 2, 102 | generally, the uncleanness contracted ~by touching an unclean 34 2, 102 | arising from the touch was contracted even by ~inanimate objects; 35 2, 102 | held that uncleanness was contracted not only by touch, but ~ 36 2, 102 | regard to the uncleanness contracted by those who burnt these ~ 37 2, 103 | uncleannesses which ~were contracted in consequence of the prescription 38 2, 105 | dissolution of such as had been ~contracted (1 Esdras 10). Therefore 39 2, 74 | the ~original sin which he contracted in birth, and on account 40 2, 77 | original sin, for it is ~not contracted through origin nor is it 41 2, 86 | annul marriage if it be contracted, which is the effect of ~ 42 2, 86 | certain marriage to be contracted. Yet since the Decretal 43 2, 104 | for instance when it is contracted that ~so much be paid for 44 2, 152 | dissolve a marriage ~already contracted, although it is an impediment 45 2, 152 | impediment to its being contracted. ~As to the decree of the 46 3, 14 | defects?~(3) Whether He contracted these defects?~(4) Whether 47 3, 14 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ contracted these defects?~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 14 | It would seem that Christ contracted bodily defects. For we are ~ 49 3, 14 | Therefore it seems that He contracted these defects.~Aquin.: SMT 50 3, 14 | with nature, and hence is contracted. Now these penalties are ~ 51 3, 14 | nature. Therefore Christ contracted ~them.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 52 3, 14 | Therefore it ~seems that Christ contracted these defects.~Aquin.: SMT 53 3, 14 | contrary, These defects are contracted through sin, according to ~ 54 3, 14 | i.e. that is said to be contracted which is derived of ~necessity 55 3, 14 | to Q[27]] and therefore contracted these defects. ~But from 56 3, 14 | these defects - not ~that He contracted them, but that He assumed 57 3, 14 | He is said not to ~have contracted these defects, but to have 58 3, 26 | Redeemer to destroy the stain contracted ~PARTIALLY EXEMPT FROM THE 59 3, 26 | contracting sin . . . . . Mary contracted the debt, but not the stain . . ~. . . 60 3, 26 | Jesus Christ ~contracted neither debt nor stain . . . . . 61 3, 26 | materially and seminally, contracted the bodily defects which ~ 62 3, 27 | Further, original sin is contracted through the origin, just 63 3, 27 | just as ~actual sin is contracted through an act. But as long 64 3, 27 | original sin, nevertheless she contracted original sin, since she 65 3, 31 | therefore he would have contracted original ~sin; which is 66 3, 37 | original sin, ~whereas He contracted no original sin, in order 67 3, 37 | written "'a male,' because He ~contracted nothing of the woman's sin": 68 3, 37 | But the Blessed Virgin contracted neither ~uncleanness, and 69 3, 52 | just as Adam's sin ~was contracted by many. But as Adam's sin 70 3, 52 | many. But as Adam's sin was contracted by those only ~who descended 71 3, 66 | debt of sin which it has contracted. Consequently that ~part 72 3, 68 | sin. But ~original sin is contracted without the intention of 73 3, 68 | through ~others, just as they contracted from others those sins which 74 3, 68 | same shall die.' Yet he contracted ~from Adam that which was 75 3, 69 | original sin alone is contracted; but when we are born again 76 3, 69 | die to that sin which they contracted in birth: so ~that to them 77 3, 70 | specially ordained, is contracted from the father, not from 78 3, 70 | against original sin, which is contracted through the act ~of generation. 79 3, 71 | forasmuch as, from having contracted ~original sin, man's sense 80 3, 82 | 3: Weakness or sickness contracted by a priest after his ~ordination 81 3, 84 | medicine after man has contracted a dangerous disease.~Aquin.: 82 3, 87 | uncleannesses which men contracted in accordance with ~the 83 Suppl, 2 | to the disease. ~Now we contracted original sin without willing 84 Suppl, 2 | us by our ~own will, but contracted from the origin of our infected 85 Suppl, 6 | Further, a sin which is contracted from another, should receive ~ 86 Suppl, 6 | Reply OBJ 3: The sin that is contracted from another, viz. original 87 Suppl, 17| original sin which he has contracted, or the actual sin ~which 88 Suppl, 20| an irregularity has ~been contracted, for the dispensation of 89 Suppl, 33| sacrament is given, would be contracted. Therefore it ought to be 90 Suppl, 37| marriage that is already contracted. But the ~four lower orders 91 Suppl, 42| matrimony, ~inasmuch as it is contracted in the faith of Christ, 92 Suppl, 43| promise. But those who have contracted a betrothal are not compelled ~ 93 Suppl, 43| and then ~no betrothal is contracted; or else it is not contrary 94 Suppl, 43| spouse" from his having contracted his espousals by words ~ 95 Suppl, 43| when the marriage has been contracted by words ~expressive of 96 Suppl, 43| and thus espousals can be ~contracted before the age of seven.~ 97 Suppl, 43| that age ~betrothals can be contracted. But at the end of the second 98 Suppl, 43| it dissolved by sickness contracted ~after betrothal, for no 99 Suppl, 43| greatest fickleness if they contracted together and then ~set one 100 Suppl, 43| betrothal that has ~been contracted is dissolved, but in different 101 Suppl, 43| another, and the marriage thus contracted have an evil ~result. Nor 102 Suppl, 45| afterwards he ~may have contracted marriage with another woman 103 Suppl, 45| Further, marriage cannot be contracted by those who are related ~ 104 Suppl, 47| bound to obey, a betrothal contracted by the parents ~would hold 105 Suppl, 48| Therefore, if a marriage be contracted for a base purpose, it will 106 Suppl, 48| therefore can marriage be ~contracted for a base motive.~Aquin.: 107 Suppl, 49| the life wherein it is contracted, and consequently it is 108 Suppl, 50| prevent a ~marriage being contracted, it will "de facto" dissolve 109 Suppl, 50| dissolve it after it has ~been contracted; and thus impediments should 110 Suppl, 50| which hinder it from being contracted, and dissolve it after it 111 Suppl, 50| dissolve it after it has been ~contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 112 Suppl, 50| annul a ~marriage already contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 113 Suppl, 50| dissolve the marriage once ~contracted; such are the veto of the 114 Suppl, 50| marriage, but to dissolve it if contracted; and ~they are contained 115 Suppl, 50| marriage, and annul it though~contracted."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 116 Suppl, 50| annul a marriage already ~contracted sometimes hinder a marriage 117 Suppl, 50| hinder a marriage from being contracted, by ~rendering it not invalid 118 Suppl, 50| but unlawful. And if it be contracted it is a ~true marriage although 119 Suppl, 50| annul marriage ~already contracted, we do not mean that they 120 Suppl, 50| they dissolve a marriage ~contracted in due form, but that they 121 Suppl, 50| they dissolve a marriage contracted "de ~facto" and not "de 122 Suppl, 50| after a ~marriage has been contracted in due form, it cannot dissolve 123 Suppl, 52| hinders a marriage from being ~contracted and voids that which is 124 Suppl, 52| voids that which is already contracted."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 125 Suppl, 52| however, the marriage was ~contracted without the master's knowledge 126 Suppl, 53| Whether marriage already contracted should be annulled by the 127 Suppl, 53| that a marriage already contracted ought to be ~annulled by 128 Suppl, 53| that a marriage is void if contracted in despite thereof; as ~ 129 Suppl, 53| not annul it after it is contracted."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 130 Suppl, 53| dissolves a marriage already contracted?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 131 Suppl, 53| dissolves a marriage ~already contracted. For according to a Decretal ( 132 Suppl, 53| dissolve a marriage already contracted. Neither therefore does 133 Suppl, 53| dissolves a marriage already contracted, so that many sins may be ~ 134 Suppl, 53| dissolve a marriage already contracted, neither should a solemn 135 Suppl, 53| material marriage already contracted annuls a marriage contracted ~ 136 Suppl, 53| contracted annuls a marriage contracted ~afterwards. Therefore a 137 Suppl, 53| said to annul the marriage contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 138 Suppl, 53| use of marriage ~already contracted: for they can use marriage 139 Suppl, 53| for they can use marriage contracted previously, ~although they 140 Suppl, 54| Consanguinity is the tie contracted between persons descending ~ 141 Suppl, 54| tie of consanguinity is contracted among animals from carnal 142 Suppl, 54| Anim. i, 18. Hence the tie contracted by carnal ~procreation is 143 Suppl, 54| tie of consanguinity is ~contracted among men through carnal 144 Suppl, 54| and descending ~line is contracted from the fact that one of 145 Suppl, 54| are in collateral lines is contracted not through one ~being descended 146 Suppl, 55| between whom affinity has been contracted survive, although the person ~ 147 Suppl, 55| die through whom it was contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 148 Suppl, 55| consummated, affinity is not contracted. Yet this is much more akin 149 Suppl, 55| without affinity ~being contracted, for instance if it take 150 Suppl, 55| case unless ~affinity were contracted by betrothal. Therefore, 151 Suppl, 55| that causes affinity to be contracted, but only such as is ~followed 152 Suppl, 55| prevent ~affinity being contracted through a promise of marriage. 153 Suppl, 55| account of affinity being contracted through union with a person 154 Suppl, 55| the olden legislation, ~I contracted some kind of connection 155 Suppl, 55| hinders marriage being ~contracted and voids the contract, 156 Suppl, 55| but to a marriage being contracted with an affine, in so far 157 Suppl, 55| consanguinity is immediately contracted through it; ~whereas it 158 Suppl, 55| 1/1 ~Whether a marriage contracted by persons with the degrees 159 Suppl, 55| would seem that a marriage contracted by persons within the ~degrees 160 Suppl, 55| though they have actually ~contracted marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 161 Suppl, 55| annulment ~of a marriage contracted by persons related to each 162 Suppl, 55| order to sever a marriage contracted between persons related 163 Suppl, 55| only the betrothal has been contracted, and then it is not the 164 Suppl, 55| when the marriage was being contracted, he cannot ~denounce the 165 Suppl, 55| the marriage is not yet contracted and there is only a ~betrothal, 166 Suppl, 55| denounced lest the marriage be ~contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 167 Suppl, 55| after the ~marriage has been contracted, since he did not declare 168 Suppl, 56| 2) From what cause is it contracted?~(3) Between whom?~(4) Whether 169 Suppl, 56| just as the tie that is contracted by carnal procreation is 170 Suppl, 56| being, so the tie that is contracted ~from the reception of the 171 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted in a case of necessity, ~ 172 Suppl, 56| either side - or it is ~contracted without any necessity and 173 Suppl, 56| former case - or it is ~contracted purposely and without any 174 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted by baptism only?~Aquin.: 175 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted by ~Baptism only. For as 176 Suppl, 56| Therefore spiritual kinship is contracted by Baptism only, even as 177 Suppl, 56| birth is carnal kinship contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 178 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is not contracted from ~catechism any more 179 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is ~contracted from many other sources 180 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted by each of these ~seven 181 Suppl, 56| carnal relationship ~is not contracted except by a perfect act 182 Suppl, 56| Wherefore ~affinity is not contracted except there be mingling 183 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship to be contracted otherwise than ~through 184 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is only ~contracted through three sacraments, 185 Suppl, 56| Wherefore ~others say that it is contracted through two sacraments only, 186 Suppl, 56| relationship is fittingly ~contracted through both these sacraments.~ 187 Suppl, 56| certain kind of propinquity is contracted, so is ~there in catechism, 188 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is not ~contracted through the sacrament of 189 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted between the person baptized ~ 190 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is not contracted ~between the person baptized 191 Suppl, 56| generation carnal relationship is contracted only on ~the part of the 192 Suppl, 56| is spiritual relationship contracted between the receiver and 193 Suppl, 56| Therefore no relationship ~is contracted between him and the person 194 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is ~not contracted in such a case, since one 195 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is contracted with both.~Aquin.: SMT XP 196 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship cannot be contracted by one ~who is not baptized. 197 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship is ~contracted. Consequently it does not 198 Suppl, 57| which persons is this tie contracted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 199 Suppl, 57| Spiritual relationship is contracted through a sacrament ~whereby 200 Suppl, 57| impediment to marriage is contracted through ~adoption?~Aquin.: 201 Suppl, 57| would seem that there is not contracted through adoption a tie ~ 202 Suppl, 57| no tie of relationship is contracted through ~one's being subjected 203 Suppl, 57| no tie of relationship is contracted by one's ~providing for 204 Suppl, 57| neither is any relationship contracted through adoption by ~which 205 Suppl, 57| it would seem that a tie contracted from ~adoption cannot be 206 Suppl, 57| Whether legal relationship is contracted only between the adopting 207 Suppl, 57| relationship of this kind is contracted only ~between the adopting 208 Suppl, 57| it ought above all to be contracted between the adopting father 209 Suppl, 57| them. Therefore it is not ~contracted between any other persons 210 Suppl, 57| order as it were, and is contracted between the adoptive ~father 211 Suppl, 57| Hence ~no relationship is contracted between the adoptive father 212 Suppl, 58| although the latter has been contracted with her permission. ~[*" 213 Suppl, 58| spiritual marriage which is contracted in Baptism is more excellent 214 Suppl, 58| after the marriage has been contracted ~and consummated, the marriage 215 Suppl, 58| marrying. ~Yet marriage can be contracted before that age. Therefore 216 Suppl, 58| that ~marriage may not be contracted before the age of discretion 217 Suppl, 58| that marriages otherwise contracted ~are void. Now for the most 218 Suppl, 59| impediment to its being contracted ~and voids the contract.~ 219 Suppl, 59| just as when marriage is contracted in the present, ~unity of 220 Suppl, 59| from sin. But ~marriage contracted between unbelievers cannot 221 Suppl, 59| OBJ 3: Further, a marriage contracted between believers is more 222 Suppl, 59| is more perfect ~than one contracted between unbelievers. Now, 223 Suppl, 59| annulled. Therefore marriage ~contracted in unbelief can be annulled, 224 Suppl, 59| the subsequent marriage contracted in the ~faith of Christ 225 Suppl, 59| the marriage previously contracted in unbelief. ~Therefore 226 Suppl, 61| religious life marriage is contracted with ~one person, namely 227 Suppl, 63| We read of Abraham having contracted a second marriage ~(Gn. 228 Suppl, 63| Further, irregularity is not contracted through a second and ~non-sacramental 229 Suppl, 63| fornication. Yet irregularity is ~contracted through a second marriage. 230 Suppl, 64| Further, marriages that are contracted in despite of the law of ~ 231 Suppl, 64| not dissolved if they ~be contracted at those times. Therefore 232 Suppl, 64| essential to a marriage contracted within ~the forbidden seasons, 233 Suppl, 64| should a marriage have been contracted or a wedding ~celebrated 234 Suppl, 66| AND OF THE IRREGULARITY CONTRACTED THEREBY (FIVE ARTICLES)~ 235 Suppl, 66| bigamy and the irregularity ~contracted thereby. Under this head 236 Suppl, 66| Whether irregularity is contracted by one who has two wives 237 Suppl, 66| Whether irregularity is contracted by marrying one who is not 238 Suppl, 66| former, for if a man had contracted marriage by words of ~the 239 Suppl, 66| dead. Now this ~man has contracted marriage with several women 240 Suppl, 66| Therefore irregularity is not contracted by reason of the ~aforesaid 241 Suppl, 66| answer that, Irregularity is contracted in the two second kinds 242 Suppl, 66| Whether irregularity is contracted by marrying one who is not 243 Suppl, 66| that irregularity is not contracted by marrying one ~who is 244 Suppl, 66| Those irregularities were contracted through slight and ~temporary 245 Suppl, 71| lived a holy life, and yet ~contracted certain stains through human 246 Suppl, 72| remove from it the stain contracted from sin, and the impurity 247 Suppl, 72| from the stain which they contracted from the sins of men, and 248 Suppl, 75| from death those ~who have contracted the debt of death by being 249 Suppl, 92| a spiritual marriage is contracted with Christ by faith in


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