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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 11 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. cap. ult.) that ~"there is no 2 1, 20 | repentance is, as Jerome says (Cap. 3 in Isa.), "a second plank 3 1, 29 | Philosopher (De Praedic., cap. De substantia) gives a 4 2, 96 | statement (Extra, De Constit. cap. Cum omnes) that ~"whatever 5 2, 100 | the Categories [*Lib. iv, cap. ~De Oppos.], vices should 6 2, 113 | half a pardon ~from God" [*Cap., Sunt. plures: Dist. iii, 7 2, 11 | Decretals xxiv, qu. ~iii, cap. 27] "The works of the flesh 8 2, 11 | abolendam (De Haereticis, cap. ix) says ~that "those who 9 2, 12 | Extra, De ~Haereticis, cap. Ad abolendam]. Therefore 10 2, 31 | decided in the Decretal ~(Cap. Qualiter, xiv, De Accusationibus) 11 2, 37 | II [*Council of Piacenza, cap. x; cf. Can. ~Ordinationes, 12 2, 61 | according to jurists [*Cap. Cum dilectus.] it suffices ~ 13 2, 61 | to the law of the Church (Cap. Cum dilectus.) ~the person 14 2, 62 | according ~to the jurists [*Cap. Significasti, De Homicid. 15 2, 64 | stated ~(Extra, De furtis, Cap. Si quis): "If anyone, through 16 2, 65 | according to the law [*Cap. Licet ratione, de Foro ~ 17 2, 66 | contrary, Pope Hadrian I says (Cap. lii): "He that fails to 18 2, 67 | De juramento calumniae, cap. Inhaerentes): ~and this 19 2, 67 | the Decretals (II, qu. vi, cap. A judicibus) it is unlawful 20 2, 68 | Quisquis, caus. xi, qu. 3, cap. ~Falsidicus; cf. Isidore, 21 2, 68 | the ~contrary appear" [*Cap. Dudum, de Praesumpt.]. 22 2, 81 | Conferences of the Fathers" (ix, cap. 11, seqq.) we read: ~"Supplication 23 2, 84 | in Ezech. 45:13,14; cf. Cap. ~Decimam, de Decim. Primit. 24 2, 85 | words are quoted 16, qu. ~1, cap. Decimae, says [*Append. 25 2, 85 | time must be ~observed [*Cap. Cum sint, and Cap. Ad apostolicae, 26 2, 85 | observed [*Cap. Cum sint, and Cap. Ad apostolicae, de Decimis, 27 2, 85 | tithes. By ~common law [*Cap. Cum homines, de Decimis, 28 2, 85 | with their own hands [*Cap. Ex parte, and Cap. Nuper.]. 29 2, 85 | hands [*Cap. Ex parte, and Cap. Nuper.]. Therefore it ~ 30 2, 85 | tithes from the clergy" ~[*Cap. Novum genus, de Decimis, 31 2, 85 | by the Apostolic ~See [*Cap. Ex multiplici, Ex parte, 32 2, 86 | or guardian (20, qu. ii, ~cap. Puella). Therefore it seems 33 2, 86 | within a year (20, qu. ii, cap. Puella). Therefore even 34 2, 86 | s decree [*Sext. Decret. cap. Is qui, de Reg. et transeunt. 35 2, 86 | pilgrimage to the Holy Land [*Cap. Scripturae, de Voto et 36 2, 86 | wherefore a Decretal [*Cap. ~Scripturae, de Voto et 37 2, 86 | the vows of pilgrimage (Cap. de ~Peregin., de Voto et 38 2, 86 | the Sovereign Pontiff [*Cap. ~Ex multa].~ 39 2, 87 | oath" (Extra, De Jurejur., cap. Verum in ea quaest., ~etc.). 40 2, 87 | can. Auctoritatem, seqq.: Cap. Si vero, de ~Jurejurando]. 41 2, 89 | Cf. Decret., dist. xcii., cap. In sancta Romana Ecclesia). ~ 42 2, 94 | Decretals (XXVI, qu. v, ~cap. Non liceat Christianis): " 43 2, 96 | down (Extra, De Jurejur, cap. Verum): "Referring to the 44 2, 96 | committing perjury (VI, qu. i, cap. Infames). Now it would 45 2, 96 | oath violated by perjury [*Cap. Cum ~dilectus, de Ord. 46 2, 98 | as laid down ~by law [*Cap. Quaesitum, de rerum Permutat.; 47 2, 98 | Quaesitum, de rerum Permutat.; cap. Super, de Transact.]. ~ 48 2, 98 | others. Hence (I, qu. iii, ~cap. Siquis objecerit) it is 49 2, 98 | natural or divine ~law" [*Cap. Cum tanto, de Consuetud.; 50 2, 98 | 6: Some [*Innocent IV on Cap. Cum in Ecclesia, de Simonia] 51 2, 98 | according to the law [*Cap. Cum in ~Ecclesia, de Simonia], 52 2, 98 | a ~monastery (I, qu. ii, cap. Quam pio).~Aquin.: SMT 53 2, 98 | II] says (cf. I, qu. iii, cap. ~Si quis objecerit): "Whoever 54 2, 98 | It is written (I, qu. i, cap. Si quis Episcopus): "He ~ 55 2, 98 | laymen, as stated qu. i, cap. Si quis ~Episcopus [*Qu. 56 2, 99 | book on the Categories (Cap. De oppos.), "good is not 57 2, 106 | into exile (XXIII, Q. ~iv, Cap. Guilisarius). But in so 58 2, 113 | the Decretals (D. XLVI, Cap. 3): "The ~cleric who shall 59 2, 123 | the Decretals (I, Q[1], Cap. Constat.): ~"A man who 60 2, 132 | Philosopher says (De Praedic. Cap. Ad ~aliquid.).~Aquin.: 61 2, 133 | Philosopher (De Praedic. Cap. Ad aliquid.) great and ~ 62 2, 145 | the Corpus of Canon Law (Cap. Non mediocriter, De ~Consecrationibus, 63 2, 145 | from the ~Capitularies (Cap. 39) of Theodulf, bishop 64 2, 145 | found in the Corpus Juris, Cap. Solent, dist. 1, De ~Consecratione] 65 2, 152 | The quotation is ~from Cap. Adulterii xxxii, qu. 7. 66 2, 166 | Formula Vitae Honestae: cap. De Continentia] says (De ~ 67 2, 166 | says (De ~Quat. Virt., cap. De Continentia): "Let your 68 2, 182 | of the Fathers (Coll. i, ~cap. vii) the abbot Moses says: " 69 2, 182 | is stated (XIX, qu. ii, cap. Duce): "If a man while ~ 70 2, 183 | resign ~(Extra, de Renunt. cap. Quidam). Therefore apparently 71 2, 183 | says (Extra, de Renunt., cap. ~Nisi cum pridem): "Though 72 2, 183 | to another ~bishopric [*Cap. Post translat., de Renunt.]. 73 2, 184 | Hence (XXXIII, qu. ii, cap. Admonere) a man who had ~ 74 2, 184 | Extra, de Statu Monach., cap. Cum ad ~monasterium) that " 75 2, 184 | Decretal (De Statu Monach., cap. Cum ad ~monasterium): yet 76 2, 185 | reference to ~preaching [*Cap. xviii]: "If one has to 77 2, 185 | De operibus ~Monachorum, cap. 21, where he speaks against 78 2, 185 | said in the ~Decretals (II, cap. Si quis semel, de Paenitentia): " 79 2, 186 | Monach. et Canon. Reg. [*Cap. Ne Nimia, de Relig. Dom.]. 80 2, 186 | according to Extra, De Postul., cap. Ex parte; and De Statu ~ 81 2, 186 | and De Statu ~Monach., cap. Quod Dei timorem: for it 82 2, 186 | Extra, De Renuntiatione, cap. Nisi cum pridem; and De ~ 83 2, 186 | pridem; and De ~Regular., cap. Licet quibusdam. Therefore 84 2, 186 | Decretal De Poenit., ~Dist. v, cap. 3: "It is altogether opposed 85 2, 186 | Decretals (Dist. lxxxviii, cap. 1): "The holy ~synod has 86 2, 186 | it is said (VII, qu. i [*Cap. Hoc ~nequaquam; Cf. Q[187], 87 2, 186 | et Transeunt. ad Relig., ~cap. Licet), quoting the words 88 2, 187 | Innocent IV [*Sext. Decret., cap. Non solum., de Regular. 89 2, 187 | Victricio ~Epo. Rotomag., cap. 14; Cf. can. Viduas: cause. 90 2, 187 | Voto et Voti Redemptione, cap. Per tuas) the Bishop of 91 2, 187 | Voto et Voti Redemptione, cap. Scripturae), ~"he who exchanges 92 2, 187 | Decretals (XXXIII, qu. i, cap. Admonere) ~just as a holocaust 93 2, 187 | et Transeunt. ad Relig., cap. ~Nullus): "No one should 94 2, 187 | oath (Decret. ~XXII, qu. v, cap. Pueri and cap. Honestum.). 95 2, 187 | XXII, qu. v, cap. Pueri and cap. Honestum.). Therefore it 96 2, 187 | et Transeunt. ~ad Relig., cap. Sicut tenor]. The same 97 2, 187 | the ~Decretals (Dist. LIV, cap. Si servus). And since boys 98 2, 187 | Extra, De Regular., etc. cap. Significatum est.).~Aquin.: 99 2, 187 | the Decretals (Dist. LIV, cap. ~Si servus). Much less 100 2, 187 | Decretals (XIX, qu. ii, cap. Duce ~sunt leges.): "If 101 2, 187 | et Transeunt. ad ~Relig., cap. Licet.): whereas archdeacons 102 2, 187 | Monach. et Canonic. Reg., cap. Quod Dei ~timorem). But 103 2, 187 | And further on he adds (cap. 6) by way of ~reason: " 104 2, 187 | et Transeunt. ad Relig., ~cap. Licet.). In like manner 105 2, 187 | the Decretals (XVI, qu. i, cap. ~Alia causa). Hence although 106 2, 187 | permission (XIX, qu. iii; cap. ~Statuimus).~Aquin.: SMT 107 2, 187 | Decretals (XX, qu. iii, cap. ~Praesens). Secondly, if 108 2, 187 | the Decretal ~(I, qu. ii, cap. Quam pio). But this does 109 3, 28 | Council of Ephesus (P. III, Cap. ix) ~it is said: "After 110 3, 35 | Acta Concil. Ephes., p. 1, cap. viii]: "We do ~not say 111 3, 35 | Council of ~Ephesus (P. 1, Cap. xxvi), we read: "If anyone 112 3, 35 | Acta Conc. Ephes., p. 1, cap. ii], answers it ~thus: " 113 3, 35 | Council of Ephesus [*P. iii, ~cap. ix]: "If He had chosen 114 3, 41 | Hilary says (Super Matth., cap. ~iii.): "The temptations 115 3, 41 | Hilary says (Super ~Matth., cap. iii), "Had not Christ's 116 3, 46 | Act. Conc. Ephes., P. i, cap. 26] we read: "If ~any man 117 3, 46 | Council of Ephesus [*P. iii, ~cap. 10], "Christ's death being, 118 3, 47 | Council of ~Ephesus (P. iii, cap. x): "Just as he who tears 119 3, 49 | Augustine says (De Trin. xiii, cap. xiv): "The ~devil was vanquished 120 3, 50 | Act. Conc. Ephes. P. I, cap. xxvi]: "If any man does ~ 121 3, 51 | Council of Ephesus ~[*P. iii, cap. 9], "Nothing that saves 122 3, 51 | same Council [*P. iii, cap. 10]: "God does not repute 123 3, 51 | Hilary (Comment. in Matth. cap. xxxiii) gives the mystical ~ 124 3, 55 | Hilary (Comment. Matth. cap. ~ult.) says: "An angel 125 3, 66 | Baptismo et ejus effectu, cap. ~Debitum).~Aquin.: SMT 126 3, 67 | Decretals (xxx, qu. ~1, Cap. Pervenit and Dictum est).~ 127 Suppl, 2 | Master says (Sent. iv, D, 16, cap. i), quoting ~Augustine ( 128 Suppl, 6 | determined by the Decretals (Cap. Omnis utriusque sexus: 129 Suppl, 8 | De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Ne pro dilatione) to choose 130 Suppl, 8 | De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Omnis utriusque) ~which 131 Suppl, 8 | same (Sent. iv, D, ~20, Cap. Non Habet).~Aquin.: SMT 132 Suppl, 8 | necessity knows no law" [*Cap. Consilium, De observ. jejun.; 133 Suppl, 11| De Poenit. et Remiss., Cap. Omnis ~utriusque): "Let 134 Suppl, 18| Dionysius says ~(Hier. Eccl. cap. ult.) that "priests should 135 Suppl, 18| Dionysius states ~(Hier. Eccl., cap. ult.), and, besides, he 136 Suppl, 23| Because a certain decretal (Cap. Sacris: De his quae vi, 137 Suppl, 23| those cases allowed by ~law (Cap. Quoniam). But since it 138 Suppl, 28| impose solemn penance" [*Cap. lxiv, dist. 50].~Aquin.: 139 Suppl, 35| Extra De Presbyt. non Bapt., cap. Si quis; cap. Veniens). 140 Suppl, 35| non Bapt., cap. Si quis; cap. Veniens). And ~even though 141 Suppl, 35| the canonical ~statutes (cap. Tuae literae, De clerico 142 Suppl, 35| according to the Canons (cap. Tuae literae, De clerico 143 Suppl, 37| since (Decretals, Dist. xxi, cap. ~Cleros) the "psalmist" 144 Suppl, 39| because even in the Decretals (cap. Mulieres dist. 32; cap. 145 Suppl, 39| cap. Mulieres dist. 32; cap. Diaconissam, ~27, qu. i) 146 Suppl, 39| De Reform., Sess. xxii, cap. 4,11,12]. But for the ~ 147 Suppl, 39| many canonical statutes [*Cap. ~Miror; cap. Clericum; 148 Suppl, 39| statutes [*Cap. ~Miror; cap. Clericum; cap. De his Cler., 149 Suppl, 39| Miror; cap. Clericum; cap. De his Cler., dist. 1; 150 Suppl, 39| De his Cler., dist. 1; cap. Continebatur, De ~homic. 151 Suppl, 43| against them the ~Decretal (cap. Praeterea, De spons. et 152 Suppl, 44| quale] ~when he says (Cap. De Qualitate) that "quality 153 Suppl, 45| the second for his ~wife (cap. Sicut ex Litteris, De spons. 154 Suppl, 45| according to the law (cap. Ex Tenore, ~De Rescrip., 155 Suppl, 45| Ex Tenore, ~De Rescrip., cap. Si Vir, De cognat. spir.). 156 Suppl, 45| III says in a Decretal (cap. Tua Nos, De ~Spons. et 157 Suppl, 45| of clandestine marriages (cap. Cum inhibitio, De ~clandest. 158 Suppl, 46| ad Consult. Bulg. iii; Cap. ~Tuas dudum, De clandest. 159 Suppl, 46| De sponsal. et matrim., cap. Is qui fidem).~Aquin.: 160 Suppl, 47| that "a constant man" [*Cap. Ad audientiam, De his ~ 161 Suppl, 47| contrary, A Decretal says (cap. Cum locum, De sponsal. 162 Suppl, 47| this is against the ~law (cap. Ex litteris, De despon. 163 Suppl, 52| says (De conjug. servorum, cap. Ad nostram) ~that "error 164 Suppl, 52| ff. De statu hom. vii, cap. ~De rei vendit.) the offspring 165 Suppl, 52| in agreement with this (cap. Liberi, 32, qu. iv, in ~ 166 Suppl, 52| 32, qu. iv, in ~gloss.: cap. Inducens, De natis ex libero 167 Suppl, 53| Clement [*Alexander III] says (cap. Consuluit, De ~his qui 168 Suppl, 53| according to a Decretal (cap. Rursus, De his qui ~cler. 169 Suppl, 53| clergy, as jurists ~assert (cap. Joannes et seqq., De cler. 170 Suppl, 53| Alexander III (De cler. conjug., cap. Si Quis): and consequently 171 Suppl, 53| says (De cler. conjug., cap. Si Quis): ~"any person 172 Suppl, 54| according to a Decretal ~(cap. Porro; cap. Parenteloe, 173 Suppl, 54| a Decretal ~(cap. Porro; cap. Parenteloe, 35, qu. v). 174 Suppl, 55| contrary, Pope Alexander (cap. Ad audiendem, De spons. 175 Suppl, 55| For Pope ~Julius I says (cap. Contradicimus 35, qu. iii): " 176 Suppl, 55| said in the next chapter ~(cap. Porro duorum) that "the 177 Suppl, 55| of affinity, the canon (cap. Porro duorum 35, ~qu. iii) 178 Suppl, 55| Conc. Later. iv, can. 50: ~cap. Non debent, De consang. 179 Suppl, 55| made clear by the Decretal (cap. Cum in tua, De his qui 180 Suppl, 55| occur in ~such a union (cap. Quoties aliqui; cap. Super 181 Suppl, 55| union (cap. Quoties aliqui; cap. Super eo, De test. et attest.; ~ 182 Suppl, 55| eo, De test. et attest.; ~cap. Literas, De juram. calumn.).~ 183 Suppl, 58| De Frigidis et Malefic., cap. Quod ~Sedem): "Just as 184 Suppl, 58| Decretals (XXXIII, qu. 1, cap. iv): ~"If by sorcerers 185 Suppl, 58| to the new legislation (cap. Non Solum, De ~regular. 186 Suppl, 58| the contrary, A Decretal (cap. Quod Sedem, De frigid et 187 Suppl, 58| Consequently ~according to law (cap. Tua, De sponsal. impub.) 188 Suppl, 61| not ~longed to possess (cap. Institutum, caus. xxvi, 189 Suppl, 61| Further, by a new decree (cap. Non solum, de regular. 190 Suppl, 62| Decretal (Extra, De Simonia, cap. Licet), ~"there are three 191 Suppl, 65| Decretal (De divortiis, cap. Gaudemus) it is asserted ~ 192 Suppl, 66| decree of Innocent III (cap. Dubium, De bigamia). Nor 193 Suppl, 66| said (Extra, De bigamis, cap. Nuper): "It is not ~lawful 194 Suppl, 66| Martinus Bracarensis: cap. xliii] says: "If a ~Reader 195 Suppl, 67| ad 2; Contra Gentes ~iii, cap. 123].~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 196 Suppl, 68| according to the canons ~(Cap. Conquestus; Cap. Tanta), 197 Suppl, 68| canons ~(Cap. Conquestus; Cap. Tanta), namely when a man 198 Suppl, 71| Decretals (xiii, Q. ii, Cap. 22): "The souls of the ~ 199 Suppl, 74| Evangelist [*Ep. de Assump. B.V., cap. ii, among St. ~Jerome's 200 Suppl, 92| bride according to law (Cap. 1,2,3, De donat. ~inter


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