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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 36 | Council of Rome, under Pope Damasus] assembled in the 2 1, 111 | so by his ~power; as the Pope is said to absolve a man 3 2, 48 | Iliad, xviii, 109 ~[trl. Pope]).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] 4 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Urban says [*Decretals. 5 2, 1 | holy Catholic ~Church," as Pope Leo [*Rufinus, Comm. in 6 2, 1 | Latrocinium" and ~condemned by the Pope.] The same was repeated 7 2, 11 | faith; and hence it is that Pope Leo says in a letter ~to 8 2, 11 | This, most ~blessed Pope, is the faith that we have 9 2, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Leo in a sermon on the Passion ( 10 2, 37 | special sin. For "schism," as ~Pope Pelagius I says (Epist. 11 2, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Pope Urban II [*Council of Piacenza, 12 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Leo IV writes (xxiii, qu. 13 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Pope Nicolas [*Nicolas I, Dist. 14 2, 65 | judgment: and thus too did Pope Leo [*Leo ~IV] submit to 15 2, 66 | which punishment even the Pope seemingly cannot remit, 16 2, 66 | according to a ~statement of Pope Gelasius [*Callist. I, Epist. 17 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Hadrian I says (Cap. lii): " 18 2, 66 | disgrace also: ~wherefore the Pope also can remove this disgrace. 19 2, 66 | remove this disgrace. When Pope Gelasius ~says: "We cannot 20 2, 71 | who are backbitten: for Pope Pius ~[*St. Pius I] says [* 21 2, 80 | devoted to their masters; thus Pope Leo says [*Serm. viii, De 22 2, 84 | the contrary, A canon of Pope Damasus [*Damasus I] quoted 23 2, 84 | meaning of the words of Pope Damasus. But those which 24 2, 85 | contrary, A decretal of Pope Paschal [*Paschal II] says: " 25 2, 86 | order. In like manner the Pope cannot make a man who has ~ 26 2, 87 | certain vows reserved to the Pope alone, as stated above ( 27 2, 87 | chiefly to the power of the Pope, who has charge over the ~ 28 2, 87 | belongs in ~general to the Pope in all matters regarding 29 2, 93 | Hence we read in a decree of Pope Stephen ~V [*II, qu. v., 30 2, 98 | according to some, the Pope cannot commit simony: yet 31 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The Pope can be guilty of the vice 32 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Paschal [*Paschal II] says ( 33 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Urban [*Urban II, Ep. xvii 34 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The Pope alone can grant a dispensation 35 2, 106 | mocked him (4 Kgs. 2); and ~Pope Sylverius excommunicated 36 2, 122 | celebrate the martyrdom of Pope Saint Marcellus, ~notwithstanding 37 2, 152 | who is not a virgin. Hence Pope Symmachus ~says [*Ep. v 38 2, 152 | the crime of rape. Hence Pope Gelasius says ~[*Can. Lex 39 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Leo [*St. Augustine, De 40 2, 182 | monachus) from a decree of Pope Gelasius, who says: "If 41 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Symmachus says (can. Vilissimus 42 2, 183 | our permission." For the Pope alone can ~dispense from 43 2, 183 | when it is stormy," as ~Pope Nicholas I says (cf. VII, 44 2, 183 | Jerome says in a letter to Pope Damasus [*Cf. Can. Clericos, 45 2, 183 | 17). If, however, by the Pope's permission he make a will, 46 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Pope cannot dispense a religious 47 2, 185 | teach but to ~lament." Again Pope Leo [*Leo I, Ep. cxx ad 48 2, 185 | This error is rejected by ~Pope Boniface [*Boniface IV] 49 2, 185 | decree quoted above (A[1]) of Pope Boniface ~it is said that 50 2, 185 | indeed." And Jerome says to ~Pope Damasus [*Cf. Cf. Can. Clericos, 51 2, 187 | entrusted to them, without ~the Pope's special permission, who 52 3, 1 | men as a true man." And ~Pope Leo says in a sermon on 53 3, 1 | both God and man. Hence Pope Leo says in the same ~sermon: " 54 3, 2 | reason of the man." And Pope Leo says in his letter to 55 3, 2 | contrary to the Decretal of Pope Alexander ~III, who says ( 56 3, 4 | the authority of Felix, Pope and Martyr, which is ~quoted 57 3, 5 | dignity of the Godhead; for Pope Leo says (Serm. de Nativ.) 58 3, 6 | infused into bodies. Hence Pope Leo says (Ep. ad Julian. 59 3, 6 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As Pope Leo says in the same Epistle, 60 3, 6 | clear from the authority of Pope Leo, quoted above (A[3]~). 61 3, 8 | a determined time as the Pope is ~the head of the whole 62 3, 13 | Hence in the ~letter of Pope Agatho, which was approved 63 3, 16 | Man" or "Jesus." Hence Pope Leo says (Ep. ad Palaest. ~ 64 3, 16 | Christ is a creature." For Pope ~Leo says [*Cf. Append. 65 3, 18 | the synodical letter of ~Pope Agatho [*Third Council of 66 3, 19 | agent. And this is what Pope Leo says (Ep. ~ad Flavian. 67 3, 29 | like other infants. Hence Pope Leo (Serm. in ~Epiph. iv) 68 3, 33 | instant of its conception. For Pope Leo says (Ep. ad Julian.): " 69 3, 33 | latter is contrary to what Pope Leo says (Serm. iv in ~Epiph.): " 70 3, 36 | was ~foreshadowed. For, as Pope Leo says in a sermon on 71 3, 36 | up an earthly kingdom, as Pope Leo says, ~addressing himself 72 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Leo says (Serm. xxxiv) that 73 3, 36 | reason. For, as ~Augustine [*Pope Leo] says in a sermon on 74 3, 36 | R.O. 4 Para. 4/4~Or with Pope Leo, in a sermon on the 75 3, 36 | to God's will. Wherefore Pope Leo says in a sermon on ~ 76 3, 36 | a ~twofold witness," as Pope Leo says (Serm. xxxiv), " 77 3, 41 | God, but as by man"; as Pope Leo ~says (Serm. 1, De Quadrag. 78 3, 43 | by a miracle. Wherefore Pope Leo ~says (Ep. ad Flav. 79 3, 46 | celebrated a place. ~Hence Pope Leo says (Serm. I in Epiph.): " 80 3, 46 | the guilty." ~Secondly, as Pope Leo observes (Serm. iv de 81 3, 54 | handled the wounds, because as Pope Leo [*Cf. ~Append. Opp. 82 3, 57 | those whom He adopted," as Pope Leo says (De ~Resurrec., 83 3, 64 | receive our approval." And Pope Leo says ~in his epistle 84 3, 64 | Baptism." In this sense Pope Leo says that ~"the light 85 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Pope Nicholas I, answering questions 86 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Pelagius II wrote to the 87 3, 66 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Pope Nicolas confirms his words 88 3, 66 | commanded by Christ: for Pope Pelagius ~II wrote to Bishop 89 3, 66 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Pope Pelagius understood the 90 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Gelasius I says (the passage 91 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Gelasius I and Isidore say 92 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Urban II says (Decreta xxx): " 93 3, 67 | of the Church. ~Wherefore Pope Nicolas I replies to the 94 3, 67 | can baptize: ~because, as Pope Nicolas I says, "the Baptism 95 3, 67 | forbidden in a decree of Pope Leo, who says: "A child 96 3, 68 | should be deferred. For Pope Leo says ~(Epist. xvi): " 97 3, 68 | danger of death. ~Wherefore Pope Leo says (Epist. xvi): " 98 3, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: This decree of Pope Leo, concerning the celebration 99 3, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Celestine says (Epist. ad 100 3, 71 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Nicolas I says: "The catechizing 101 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Melchiades wrote to the 102 3, 72 | the spiritual life. Hence Pope Melchiades says: "The ~Holy 103 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Innocent I says (Ep. ad 104 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Melchiades says (Ep. ad 105 3, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as Pope Melchiades says (Ep. ad 106 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Pope Melchiades says (Ep. ad 107 3, 72 | Are the following words of Pope Innocent, which are to ~ 108 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Eusebius (Ep. iii ad Ep. 109 3, 72 | bishops stand (Acts ~8). Hence Pope Urban I says: "All the faithful 110 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Pope has the plenitude of power 111 3, 72 | this fulness of ~power the Pope, Blessed Gregory, allowed 112 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As Pope Melchiades says (Ep. ad 113 3, 72 | the acts of the Council of Pope Martin, "it ~was lawful 114 3, 73 | celebrating the old, as Pope Leo I says (Serm. lviii).~ 115 3, 73 | Consequently, since, as Pope ~Alexander I says, "among 116 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Alexander I says (Ep. ad 117 3, 74 | do this in future." And Pope Julius I rebukes some priests " 118 3, 74 | for it is said by the same Pope Julius, in the passage quoted 119 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Alexander I writes (Ep. 120 3, 74 | our Lord's ~Passion: hence Pope Alexander I says (Ep. 1 121 3, 74 | this sacrament, since as Pope Julius says (Concil. Bracarens 122 3, 74 | composed of the four humors, as Pope Innocent III says in a ~ 123 3, 74 | water added to ~the wine, as Pope Innocent III says in a certain 124 3, 74 | species of the wine. Hence Pope ~Julius I reprehends some 125 3, 77 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pope Innocent III in a Decretal 126 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As Pope Innocent says in the aforesaid 127 3, 78 | thereafter. ~And the words of Pope Innocent III seem to convey 128 3, 79 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Alexander I says (Ep. ad 129 3, 80 | Roman Pontiffs: because Pope Stephen V writes as follows: " 130 3, 80 | ordination was ~made by Pope Clement I, (Ep. ii), "If 131 3, 80 | communicate daily: hence Pope Anaclete says (Ep. i): " 132 3, 80 | fervor of faith relaxed, ~Pope Fabian (Third Council of 133 3, 80 | Pentecost, and Christmas." Pope Soter likewise ~(Second 134 3, 80 | grew cold" (Mt. 24:12), Pope Innocent III commanded that 135 3, 80 | to go to Communion: hence Pope ~Fabian (Third Council of 136 3, 80 | precept, nevertheless, as Pope Innocent ~III says, penitents, " 137 3, 80 | without the ~blood. For Pope Gelasius says (cf. De Consecr. 138 3, 80 | savor of ~sacrilege; hence Pope Gelasius adds (cf. De Consecr. 139 3, 80 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Pope Gelasius is speaking of 140 3, 82 | of the Holy Ghost." But Pope Gelasius I says (Ep. ad 141 3, 82 | Previous to the words quoted, Pope Gelasius expresses ~himself 142 3, 82 | that of a good priest. For Pope Gregory says in the Register: " 143 3, 82 | the Catholic Church": and Pope Leo I says (Ep. lxxx; cf. 144 3, 82 | subsequent weakness: ~because Pope Gelasius I says (cf. Decretal, 145 3, 83 | De Consecr., dist. i), ~Pope Leo I wrote to Dioscorus, 146 3, 83 | in ~virtue of a decree of Pope Alexander II, "it is enough 147 3, 83 | flattery from the laity." And Pope Innocent III says (Extra, ~ 148 3, 83 | but wooden chalices; but Pope Zephyrinus ~ordered the 149 3, 83 | patens; and subsequently Pope ~Urban had everything made 150 3, 83 | we read in an Epistle of Pope Silvester, quoted in the ~ 151 3, 83 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 8: As Pope Sergius says, and it is 152 3, 83 | De Consecr., ~dist. ii), Pope Clement I ordered that " 153 3, 83 | celebration of the mass. Hence Pope Soter says (De Consecr., 154 3, 83 | ii, quoting a ~decree of Pope Pius I, "If from neglect 155 3, 84 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Pope Leo says (Ep. cviii) that 156 3, 89 | their former degree." Again, Pope Innocent I ~says (Ep. vi 157 3, 89 | quoting the ~council of Pope Martin [*Martin, bishop 158 Suppl, 6 | one to another." Now ~the Pope has the power of dispensation 159 Suppl, 6 | Church. Consequently, the Pope ~can neither dispense a 160 Suppl, 8 | contrary, stands a decree of Pope Innocent III in the Fourth ~ 161 Suppl, 8 | man, priest, bishop, or ~Pope, can depute that priest 162 Suppl, 8 | priest, the bishop, and the Pope are placed immediately over 163 Suppl, 8 | superior's place, as when the Pope or a bishop ~appoints his 164 Suppl, 8 | inferior prelate, as the Pope's penitentiary is higher 165 Suppl, 11| superior may not. Now the ~Pope cannot give permission for 166 Suppl, 11| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Pope cannot permit a priest to 167 Suppl, 24| the six cases which the Pope, who is the maker of laws, ~ 168 Suppl, 24| worship with those whom the Pope has ~excommunicated by name; 169 Suppl, 25| likewise. Therefore the Pope can too, since ~his power 170 Suppl, 25| partly, even though the Pope were to say to anyone: " 171 Suppl, 25| as, for example, when the Pope granted to anyone ~who visited 172 Suppl, 25| the graciousness of the Pope, who grants the indulgence, 173 Suppl, 25| is expressed: thus the ~Pope at the time of general absolution 174 Suppl, 25| spiritual matters. Thus Pope Innocent IV granted an indulgence 175 Suppl, 26| whole Church. Therefore the Pope alone ~can grant indulgences.~ 176 Suppl, 26| fixed by law. Therefore the Pope alone can remit these ~punishments, 177 Suppl, 26| 1/2~I answer that, The Pope has the plenitude of pontifical 178 Suppl, 26| city. Hence them alone the Pope, ~in his letters, addresses 179 Suppl, 26| indulgences ~resides in the Pope, because he can grant them, 180 Suppl, 26| resides subject to ~the Pope's ordination, so that they 181 Suppl, 37| carry the cross before the Pope. Therefore these ~acts should 182 Suppl, 38| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Pope, who has the fulness of 183 Suppl, 38| consecration of which the Pope's power is no ~greater than 184 Suppl, 40| of Ostia ~consecrates the Pope. Therefore the episcopal 185 Suppl, 40| this is the power of the Pope. ~Consequently those who 186 Suppl, 40| a simple bishop and ~the Pope there are other degrees 187 Suppl, 40| hierarchical act that the Pope can; whereas a priest cannot 188 Suppl, 40| the diocese of Treves the Pope carries ~a crozier but not 189 Suppl, 43| expressed in the words of Pope Nicholas I (Resp. ~ad Consul. 190 Suppl, 46| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Pope Nicholas I says (Resp. ad 191 Suppl, 47| our spiritual father, the Pope to wit, can by his ~command 192 Suppl, 47| OBJ 4: Some say that the Pope cannot command a man to 193 Suppl, 53| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Clement [*Alexander III] 194 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Pope Alexander (cap. Ad audiendem, 195 Suppl, 55| a cause of affinity. For Pope ~Julius I says (cap. Contradicimus 196 Suppl, 66| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Pope Lucius granted a dispensation 197 Suppl, 66| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, Pope Martin [*Martinus Bracarensis: 198 Suppl, 66| character. Wherefore the Pope ~can dispense altogether 199 Suppl, 66| does not prove that ~the Pope has no power to grant a 200 Suppl, 68| dispensation of the lord Pope. The other four ways ~are 201 Suppl, 89| that it was a defect in Pope Linus that he did not ~attain 202 Suppl, 93| before, as in the case of Pope ~Marcellus. Accordingly


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