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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dispensation

    Part, Question
1 1, 43 | of their ministry in the dispensation ~of the sacraments; and 2 1, 43 | of their ministry in the dispensation ~of the sacraments; and 3 1, 88 | is ~either by the special dispensation of God; in order that the 4 1, 101 | although, by a ~certain dispensation, the animals were brought 5 1, 105 | they may see what is the dispensation of the mystery which ~hath 6 1, 107 | Still, by a certain special dispensation it is ~sometimes granted 7 1, 111 | superior. But the Divine dispensation, however, ~this order is 8 1, 111 | that sometimes, by Divine dispensation, the superior angels also 9 1, 116 | they ~may see what is the dispensation of the mystery which hath 10 2, 96 | necessity brings with it a dispensation, since necessity knows no ~ 11 2, 97 | law should be changed by ~dispensation of those in authority?~Aquin.: 12 2, 97 | Apostle says (1 Cor. 9:17): "A dispensation is ~committed to me."~Aquin.: 13 2, 97 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Dispensation, properly speaking, denotes 14 2, 97 | man sometimes grants a ~dispensation: for instance, that a loan 15 2, 100 | particular cases is a reason for dispensation, as stated above ~(Q[96], 16 2, 100 | 97], A[4]). Therefore a dispensation can be granted in ~the precepts 17 2, 100 | murder. But it seems that a dispensation is given by men in this 18 2, 100 | of the decalogue. But a dispensation was granted in this precept; 19 2, 100 | decalogue cannot be changed by ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 20 2, 100 | 4]), precepts ~admit of dispensation, when there occurs a particular 21 2, 100 | precepts ~would not admit of dispensation. But if other precepts were 22 2, 100 | precepts would admit of dispensation, in so far ~as the omission 23 2, 100 | the decalogue ~admit of no dispensation whatever.~Aquin.: SMT FS 24 2, 100 | interpretation rather than a ~dispensation. For a man is not taken 25 2, 105 | Nevertheless it was possible by dispensation for a man to be admitted 26 2, 11 | lives, and ~sometimes by dispensation, restores them to the ecclesiastical 27 2, 30 | but if he has no such ~dispensation, since he has nothing of 28 2, 61 | Whether it takes place in the dispensation of spiritualities?~(3) Whether 29 2, 61 | persons takes place in the dispensation of spiritual ~goods?~Aquin.: 30 2, 61 | does not take place in the ~dispensation of spiritual goods. For 31 2, 61 | not to take place in the dispensation of ~spiritual goods.~Aquin.: 32 2, 61 | the kind. And since the ~dispensation of spiritualities is directed 33 2, 61 | it follows that in the dispensation of ~spiritualities the simply 34 2, 61 | respect of persons in the dispensation of ~spiritual goods, whereof 35 2, 84 | as regards the faithful dispensation thereof, ~by spending them 36 2, 84 | of the ~poor, not by the dispensation of the offerers, but by 37 2, 84 | the offerers, but by the dispensation of ~the priests.~Aquin.: 38 2, 84 | as poor, either by the dispensation of the priests, or by ~ordination 39 2, 85 | of the poor, ~through the dispensation of the clergy. Hence the 40 2, 86 | Whether a vow is subject to dispensation or commutation?~(11) Whether 41 2, 86 | commutation?~(11) Whether a dispensation can be granted in a solemn 42 2, 86 | superior is required in a dispensation ~from a vow?~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 86 | comes under the Church's dispensation. Now a simple vow takes 44 2, 86 | 1~Whether vows admit of dispensation?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 45 2, 86 | vows are not subject to dispensation. It is ~less to have a vow 46 2, 86 | therefore, do vows admit of dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 47 2, 86 | Further, no man can grant a dispensation in matters concerning ~the 48 2, 86 | Therefore vows do not admit of dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 49 2, 86 | therefore, can any one grant a dispensation ~from a vow.~Aquin.: SMT 50 2, 86 | the ~common will admits of dispensation by a man. Therefore it seems 51 2, 86 | that vows ~also admit of dispensation by a man.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 86 | 1/2~I answer that, The dispensation from a vow is to be taken 53 2, 86 | in the same ~sense as a dispensation given in the observance 54 2, 86 | dispense in the law: for a dispensation would seem to denote ~a 55 2, 86 | observed, this ~is called a "dispensation" from that vow; but if some 56 2, 86 | when a superior grants a dispensation, that ~which was contained 57 2, 86 | greater good whereunto the dispensation from that vow ~would conduce. 58 2, 86 | would conduce. Hence the dispensation from a vow is not contrary 59 2, 86 | one reason for granting a ~dispensation from a vow is if it be an 60 2, 86 | vow cannot be a matter of dispensation, on account of the ~continency 61 2, 86 | thereof cannot be a matter of dispensation; especially seeing that ~ 62 2, 86 | vows may be a matter ~for dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 63 2, 86 | that the Church can grant a dispensation ~from the vow of continency 64 2, 86 | continency can be a matter of ~dispensation, as also a vow of temporal 65 2, 86 | abstinence. ~But the fact that no dispensation can be granted from a vow 66 2, 86 | abstinence is a matter of ~dispensation. On the other hand sexual 67 2, 86 | for commutation or the ~dispensation of a vow?~Aquin.: SMT SS 68 2, 86 | for ~the commutation or dispensation of a vow. A person may enter 69 2, 86 | Therefore the commutation or dispensation of a vow is possible ~without 70 2, 86 | no prelate can grant a ~dispensation contrary to the divine precept 71 2, 86 | authority is requisite for a dispensation from a ~precept of the law, 72 2, 86 | is likewise required in a dispensation from a vow.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 86 | Therefore a commutation or ~dispensation of vows requires the authority 74 2, 86 | we ask a ~prelate for a dispensation we should do so to honor 75 2, 86 | difficulty, the ~prelate's dispensation would not excuse one from 76 2, 86 | whether of commutation or of dispensation. ~He could not, however, 77 2, 86 | from all vows that admit of dispensation. To other and inferior prelates ~ 78 2, 86 | made and frequently require dispensation, in order that men may easily ~ 79 2, 87 | Whether an oath is subject to dispensation?~(10) Who may lawfully swear, 80 2, 87 | Much ~less therefore can a dispensation from this oath be granted 81 2, 87 | any bishop can grant a dispensation from a vow, except ~certain 82 2, 87 | manner, if an oath admits of dispensation, any ~bishop can dispense 83 2, 87 | oath does not admit of ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 84 2, 87 | 8]). But a vow admits of dispensation and therefore an oath does 85 2, 87 | 10]), the necessity of a ~dispensation both from the law and from 86 2, 87 | oath likewise admits of ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 87 2, 87 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A dispensation from an oath does not imply 88 2, 87 | which does not admit of ~dispensation: but it implies that what 89 2, 87 | unchangeable, wherefore the ~dispensation will regard not the matter 90 2, 87 | the oath: ~so that such a dispensation would be directly contrary 91 2, 87 | promissory oath admits of dispensation, since such ~dispensation 92 2, 87 | dispensation, since such ~dispensation regards the matter of an 93 2, 87 | such an ~oath requires no dispensation. But in the former case 94 2, 87 | seemingly admits ~not of dispensation but of commutation, when 95 2, 93 | power, but by some occult ~dispensation of which neither the witch 96 2, 98 | instance, for correction, dispensation, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT 97 2, 98 | guilty of simony are, by dispensation, promoted to greater dignity. ~ 98 2, 98 | and they need to receive a dispensation. ~Some, however, maintain 99 2, 98 | exercise the Order without a dispensation. But this is an ~unreasonable 100 2, 98 | The Pope alone can grant a dispensation to one who has ~knowingly 101 2, 98 | receive either the lesser ~dispensation allowing him to communicate 102 2, 98 | the laity, or a greater ~dispensation, allowing him after doing 103 2, 98 | Church; or again a greater dispensation, allowing him to remain 104 2, 98 | minor orders; or a full dispensation ~allowing him to exercise 105 2, 120 | And again in the New Law, dispensation is more easily granted ~ 106 2, 145 | who has power to grant ~a dispensation in such cases. And this 107 2, 145 | to seek ~the superior's dispensation; except perhaps when the 108 2, 160 | nature: and yet, under God's ~dispensation, it is less grievous than 109 2, 173 | the angels" (Heb. 2:9), by dispensation, and not on account of any ~ 110 2, 179 | things pertaining to the "dispensation of the mysteries ~of God," 111 2, 187 | also necessary to have a ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 112 2, 187 | then with the superior's ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 113 3, 2 | of Persons, "and in the Dispensation," i.e. the mystery of the ~ 114 3, 15 | human soul, by an unfailing dispensation, when He ~willed; even as 115 3, 15 | A[5], ad 3), by Divine dispensation ~the joy of contemplation 116 3, 18 | ad 2) that by a certain ~dispensation the Son of God before His 117 3, 19 | Dios cxviii); though by a dispensation it was brought about that ~ 118 3, 39 | spring." For by special dispensation, in accordance with the ~ 119 3, 45 | due to a certain Divine ~dispensation, that, as stated above ( 120 3, 45 | And just as it was by ~dispensation that in Christ the glory 121 3, 45 | was it possible that by dispensation it might overflow ~as to 122 3, 49 | It was owing to a special dispensation in Christ that ~before the 123 3, 54 | nature but from special dispensation, such as the scars, in order 124 3, 56 | bodies rise by His human dispensation, but souls rise by the ~ 125 3, 56 | s ~Substance, but to the dispensation of His humanity. Therefore, 126 3, 57 | if, from some special ~dispensation, He sometimes comes down 127 3, 60 | and Eph. 3:9: "What is the dispensation of the mystery [sacramenti] 128 3, 64 | to whose ministry the dispensation of the sacraments belongs. 129 3, 66 | invalid; save by special dispensation of Him Who did not bind 130 Suppl, 5 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The dispensation of the Eucharist belongs 131 Suppl, 6 | the Church, to whom the ~dispensation of that sacrament belongs, 132 Suppl, 6 | positive law are subject to dispensation by the ~prelates of the 133 Suppl, 6 | Further, a man can grant a dispensation in that which was ~instituted 134 Suppl, 6 | the Pope has the power of dispensation in things instituted by 135 Suppl, 6 | law: wherefore, just as no dispensation is possible from ~the natural 136 Suppl, 8 | of venial sins. For the dispensation of a ~sacrament is committed 137 Suppl, 11| Divine law, so that no human dispensation or ~command can absolve 138 Suppl, 19| entrusts his enemy with the dispensation of ~his treasure. Now the 139 Suppl, 19| entrust his enemy with the ~dispensation thereof. But the King of 140 Suppl, 20| priests are charged with the dispensation of the Eucharist ~to their 141 Suppl, 20| been contracted, for the dispensation of which he has to have 142 Suppl, 25| it does not belong to the dispensation of ~the sacraments, but 143 Suppl, 26| Consequently full power in ~the dispensation of the sacraments, and jurisdiction 144 Suppl, 27| sentence, but by way of ~dispensation, which a man can apply to 145 Suppl, 31| necessity, is due to the Divine ~dispensation, in order that no one may 146 Suppl, 31| reserved to a bishop's ~dispensation, which place the recipient 147 Suppl, 35| man is ordained to the ~dispensation of the other sacraments.~ 148 Suppl, 35| it is clear that in the dispensation of the sacraments, ~he has 149 Suppl, 35| authority directed to the ~dispensation of the sacraments. Wherefore 150 Suppl, 35| or adapts a man to the dispensation of the sacraments; thus ~ 151 Suppl, 36| a man is ordained to the dispensation of ~the sacraments. But 152 Suppl, 36| not only ministers for the dispensation ~of things spiritual, but 153 Suppl, 36| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a dispensation is a relaxation of the law. 154 Suppl, 36| lawful for him to do so by dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[36] A[ 155 Suppl, 36| natural law allows of no dispensation; and it is of ~natural law 156 Suppl, 39| unless ~they receive a dispensation; and this is the more difficult 157 Suppl, 55| both formerly and now, a dispensation is ~more easily granted 158 Suppl, 58| marriage, unless he receive a ~dispensation on account of his frailty, 159 Suppl, 58| however, he marry without a dispensation, he sins by ~contravening 160 Suppl, 59| sacrament dependent on the dispensation of the ~Church's ministers, 161 Suppl, 59| converted, she may be allowed by dispensation to take another ~husband, 162 Suppl, 65| either in itself, or by dispensation. If the former, it would 163 Suppl, 65| if a thing be lawful by dispensation, it is only lawful ~for 164 Suppl, 65| for those who receive the dispensation. Now we do not read in the 165 Suppl, 65| in the Law of ~a general dispensation having been granted to all. 166 Suppl, 65| was not made lawful by ~dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 167 Suppl, 65| there is the same reason for dispensation, the ~same dispensation 168 Suppl, 65| dispensation, the ~same dispensation should be given. Now we 169 Suppl, 65| assign any other reason ~for dispensation than the multiplying of 170 Suppl, 65| also now. Therefore this dispensation would be ~still in force, 171 Suppl, 65| Further, in granting a dispensation the greater good should 172 Suppl, 65| offspring. Therefore this dispensation ought not to ~have been 173 Suppl, 65| permission is called a dispensation. Now the law prescribing 174 Suppl, 65| natural law. Consequently a dispensation in this matter ~could be 175 Suppl, 65| wives without having a ~dispensation received through Divine 176 Suppl, 65| inspiration. Nor is the dispensation ~thus granted a contradiction 177 Suppl, 65| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Dispensation from a law should follow 178 Suppl, 65| was ~not necessary for a dispensation from things pertaining to 179 Suppl, 65| not the same reason ~for a dispensation as before Christ's coming, 180 Suppl, 65| either in itself or ~by dispensation. For as we have shown (Doc. 181 Suppl, 65| natural law which admit of no ~dispensation. Hence wherever in the Old 182 Suppl, 65| regard to this there is no ~dispensation. But in regard to the secondary 183 Suppl, 65| concubines. For in this respect a dispensation was possible, since it is ~ 184 Suppl, 65| of old by virtue of the dispensation which ~allowed them several 185 Suppl, 65| law it was allowable by dispensation to ~grant a bill of divorce 186 Suppl, 65| A[6]), so by the same dispensation Abraham was allowed ~to 187 Suppl, 66| by Baptism?~(5) Whether a dispensation can be granted to a bigamous 188 Suppl, 66| explain that he means that a dispensation should be ~more easily granted.~ 189 Suppl, 66| a bigamist to receive a dispensation?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 190 Suppl, 66| bigamist to be granted a ~dispensation. For it is said (Extra, 191 Suppl, 66| is not ~lawful to grant a dispensation to clerics who, as far as 192 Suppl, 66| is not lawful to grant a dispensation from the Divine ~law. Now 193 Suppl, 66| it would ~seem that a dispensation cannot be granted in this 194 Suppl, 66| Further, no one can receive a dispensation in what is essential ~to 195 Suppl, 66| he cannot be ~granted a dispensation in this.~Aquin.: SMT XP 196 Suppl, 66| bigamist can lawfully receive a dispensation, it was ~unreasonable that 197 Suppl, 66| contrary, Pope Lucius granted a dispensation to the bishop of ~Palermo 198 Suppl, 66| may at least receive a ~dispensation as far as the Subdiaconate.~ 199 Suppl, 66| difficulty ~against granting a dispensation in those who have married 200 Suppl, 66| has no power to grant a dispensation in such cases.~Aquin.: SMT 201 Suppl, 66| putting down, she can ~grant a dispensation through him who holds the 202 Suppl, 67| natural law?~(2) Whether by dispensation it may become lawful to 203 Suppl, 67| may have been lawful by dispensation to put away a wife?~Aquin.: 204 Suppl, 67| it could not be lawful by dispensation to put away ~a wife. For 205 Suppl, 67| law, which admit ~of no dispensation. Now such is the putting 206 Suppl, 67| inseparably united. But by no dispensation could a man ~have a concubine. 207 Suppl, 67| concubine. Therefore by no dispensation could he put his wife away.~ 208 Suppl, 67| are as fit to receive a dispensation now as of old. ~But now 209 Suppl, 67| now a man cannot receive a dispensation to divorce his wife. Neither, ~ 210 Suppl, 67| Therefore it could ~be lawful by dispensation for a man to put away his 211 Suppl, 67| way ~are of natural law, a dispensation is like a change in the 212 Suppl, 67| manner the reason for a ~dispensation from a precept of the law 213 Suppl, 67| causes, and in this way a dispensation may bear upon the ~secondary 214 Suppl, 67| higher causes, and then a dispensation may be ~given by God even 215 Suppl, 67| mystery, as instanced in the ~dispensation vouchsafed to Abraham in 216 Suppl, 67| could only be a matter of ~dispensation in this second way; but, 217 Suppl, 67| it could be a matter of dispensation even in the ~first way. 218 Suppl, 67| it can be a ~matter of dispensation even in the first way.~Aquin.: 219 Suppl, 67| concubine may be a matter of dispensation as evidenced by ~Osee 1.~ 220 Suppl, 67| it cannot be a ~matter of dispensation, except perhaps by the second 221 Suppl, 67| perhaps by the second kind of dispensation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 222 Suppl, 67| greater good, as was the dispensation to have several wives, but 223 Suppl, 67| authority of one who can grant a dispensation, ~the omission of that good 224 Suppl, 67| by virtue of the Divine dispensation for a husband ~to divorce 225 Suppl, 67| by reason of the divine ~dispensation: and as long as that indissolubility 226 Suppl, 67| by virtue of the divine dispensation: wherefore having put one 227 Suppl, 68| special indulgence and dispensation of the lord Pope. The other 228 Suppl, 78| is said to ~have ate by dispensation in the sense in which lawyers 229 Suppl, 78| which lawyers say that a ~"dispensation is a relaxation of the general 230 Appen2, 1| Purgatory is according to ~dispensation: and thus sometimes, as 231 Appen2, 1| considers the point of special dispensation ~and not that of the common


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