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181 women
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cleansed

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1 1, 12 | the inferior angels ~are cleansed from ignorance by the superior 2 1, 21 | afflictions lesser faults are cleansed in them, and ~they are the 3 1, 105 | the second hierarchy are cleansed, enlightened and perfected 4 1, 105 | that corporeal sight is cleansed by the removal of darkness; 5 1, 107 | so directed ~that some be cleansed, enlightened, and perfected; 6 2, 61 | that "in a soul that is ~cleansed, temperance has not to check 7 2, 69 | Again, the eye ~being cleansed by the gift of understanding, 8 2, 81 | else ~the soul could not be cleansed of original sin, so long 9 2, 89 | and in most cases they are cleansed by the fervor of charity: 10 2, 102 | another: nor can man be cleansed from sin by means of ~something 11 2, 102 | Further, what is already cleansed should not be cleansed again. ~ 12 2, 102 | already cleansed should not be cleansed again. ~It was therefore 13 2, 102 | second purification to a man ~cleansed from leprosy, or to a house; 14 2, 102 | spiritual uncleanness cannot be cleansed by material ~water or by 15 2, 102 | which is greater cannot be cleansed by that which ~is less. 16 2, 102 | show that this ~sacrifice cleansed the people from all their 17 2, 102 | that the tabernacle was cleansed from the uncleanness of 18 2, 102 | those of low ~degree are cleansed from sin by His Passion. 19 2, 102 | but declared him to be cleansed. This is shown by the words 20 2, 102 | find that the ~leprosy is cleansed," shall command "him that 21 2, 102 | the leper who sought to be cleansed offered for ~himself "two 22 2, 102 | the man that ~was to be cleansed, "and on the thumb of his 23 2, 102 | right ear of ~the man to be cleansed is moistened with some the 24 2, 103 | souls." But the leper was cleansed by means of the ~ceremonies 25 2, 103 | professions of faith which cleansed from sin. In ~fact, the 26 2, 103 | find that ~the leprosy is cleansed, shall command him that 27 2, 103 | judgment, the leper would be cleansed miraculously by the power 28 2, 103 | made by a leper after being cleansed was a ~ceremony of the Law. 29 2, 103 | the leper, who has been ~cleansed, to make this offering ( 30 2, 109 | many ~truths." Now man is cleansed from sin by grace, according 31 2, 112 | the rational creature is cleansed, enlightened, and perfected 32 2, 8 | consists in the heart being cleansed of inordinate affections: ~ 33 2, 50 | nescience the angel's mind is cleansed, according to Dionysius ( 34 2, 94 | intellectual soul is in no way cleansed by theurgic inventions," 35 2, 145 | when it behooves man to be cleansed from sin, and the minds 36 2, 160 | Ps. 18:13, "I shall be cleansed from the greatest sin," 37 2, 183 | knew himself to be already cleansed by the live coal taken from 38 2, 183 | able to know ~that he is cleansed, it is safer to decline 39 2, 183 | able to know that he is cleansed: nor should anyone ~uncleansed 40 2, 183 | perceives ~that he is not cleansed, however urgently the episcopal 41 2, 184 | among those who are to be cleansed. Therefore it ~would seem 42 3, 22 | because the worshipers once ~cleansed should have no conscience 43 3, 27 | is sanctified by grace is cleansed from sin, ~both original 44 3, 27 | follows that she was then ~cleansed from original sin. Now nothing 45 3, 27 | of sinning, one cannot be cleansed from actual sin. Therefore 46 3, 27 | could the Blessed Virgin be cleansed from original sin as long 47 3, 27 | contract original sin, but was cleansed therefrom before her birth 48 3, 27 | the Blessed Virgin were cleansed from ~original sin, nevertheless 49 3, 27 | Whether the Blessed Virgin was cleansed from the infection of the 50 3, 27 | the Blessed Virgin was not cleansed from the ~infection of the 51 3, 27 | she was not absolutely ~cleansed from the fomes.~Aquin.: 52 3, 27 | of God, she was entirely cleansed from the ~fomes: lastly, 53 3, 31 | nature did not need to be cleansed save in as far ~as it was 54 3, 31 | 15): "That which God hath cleansed do not thou call common," 55 3, 31 | race subject ~to sin, but cleansed from all infection of sin. 56 3, 37 | this purification: for they cleansed by a kind of carnal purification, ~ 57 3, 38 | John the body alone was cleansed by the water. Wherefore 58 3, 39 | because He wished, ~not to be cleansed, but to cleanse the waters, 59 3, 39 | baptized, not that He might be cleansed, but ~that He might cleanse, 60 3, 39 | as though He needed to be cleansed, or as though some peril ~ 61 3, 41 | preacher ~unless he be already cleansed and perfect in virtue, according 62 3, 46 | like benefit, for it was cleansed by the flowing of ~the blood 63 3, 48 | contact: ~hence even Christ cleansed the leper by touching him " 64 3, 49 | faith ~through which we are cleansed from sin is not "lifeless 65 3, 49 | each of them was thereby cleansed from sin, so far as the ~ 66 3, 52 | hence they could not ~be cleansed from their sins. And on 67 3, 52 | their own; nor ~were they cleansed from original sin either 68 3, 52 | upon such as were already ~cleansed sufficiently, or who in 69 3, 62 | But the heart ~is not cleansed save through grace. Therefore 70 3, 63 | character, through his being ~cleansed by the sensible water. Nevertheless 71 3, 68 | may, through grace, ~be cleansed from sin. But those who 72 3, 68 | can, at the same time, be cleansed from sin, which is the purpose 73 3, 68 | man presents himself to be cleansed by Baptism, signifies ~that 74 3, 68 | men is that they may be ~cleansed from sin, according to Is. 75 3, 69 | water, and you shall be cleansed from all your filthiness."~ 76 3, 69 | health; thus Constantine was cleansed in Baptism from leprosy. 77 3, 71 | and "energumens" who are ~cleansed by exorcism, are counted 78 3, 72 | to the baptized, who are ~cleansed from sin. Therefore sanctifying 79 3, 72 | sins first, so that being cleansed they may be able to receive 80 3, 74 | body of the baptized is cleansed. Therefore, neither in this ~ 81 3, 83 | is that such places are cleansed and exorcised before being ~ 82 3, 84 | conferred that we may be cleansed from ~sin, so also is Penance: 83 3, 84 | and (Mt. 8:3) that He cleansed a leper by touching him.~ 84 3, 84 | blind ~man twice, or that He cleansed any leper twice, or twice 85 3, 85 | Passion, whereby we ~are cleansed of our sins, hope for pardon, 86 Suppl, 2 | necessary that we should be cleansed from it by an act of the 87 Suppl, 9 | intention, from ~which man is cleansed: but the condition "simple" 88 Suppl, 15| same scourges are the ~good cleansed and the wicked worsened 89 Suppl, 15| necessary in order for us to be cleansed ~from our sins. But almsgiving 90 Suppl, 19| sacraments of ~the Law, they cleansed men not from their sins 91 Suppl, 19| so that those who were cleansed by them could enter into 92 Suppl, 37| to the Eucharist by being cleansed from sin, it ~follows that 93 Suppl, 69| needing first of all to be cleansed, is an obstacle to the ~ 94 Suppl, 69| the soul is first ~of all cleansed. This truth is attested 95 Suppl, 69| a ~supreme good must be cleansed of all evil. wherefore there 96 Suppl, 69| place where such persons are cleansed if they go hence without 97 Suppl, 72| since the lower angels are cleansed ~from their lack of knowledge 98 Suppl, 72| inferior bodies will be cleansed ~of the qualities by which 99 Suppl, 72| Whether the world is to be cleansed?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 100 Suppl, 72| That which God hath ~cleansed, do not thou call common," 101 Suppl, 72| of the world shall not be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 102 Suppl, 72| seemingly, they need not to be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 103 Suppl, 72| Further, a thing is said to be cleansed when any foreign matter ~ 104 Suppl, 72| this world can possibly be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 105 Suppl, 72| Therefore the elements shall be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 106 Suppl, 72| elements require to be cleansed from the contrary dispositions, 107 Suppl, 72| therein, unless they be cleansed beforehand. Accordingly ~ 108 Suppl, 72| respect ~it needs to be cleansed. In like manner with regard 109 Suppl, 72| the elements need to be cleansed from these also, ~so that 110 Suppl, 72| the world, it needs to be cleansed like the ~other parts. Now, 111 Suppl, 72| not be both cleanser and ~cleansed. Therefore it would seem 112 Suppl, 72| are not capable of being cleansed by fire, and some need ~ 113 Suppl, 72| fire, and some need ~to be cleansed by water - which distinction 114 Suppl, 72| possible for the world to be cleansed by fire as ~existing in 115 Suppl, 72| be possible for it to be cleansed; and thus it ~will be cleanser 116 Suppl, 72| it ~will be cleanser and cleansed under different aspects. 117 Suppl, 72| that cannot in some way be cleansed by fire: ~some things, however, 118 Suppl, 72| things, however, cannot be cleansed by fire without being destroyed ~ 119 Suppl, 72| these the Law ordered ~to be cleansed with water; yet all these 120 Suppl, 72| whereby the world will be cleansed will be of the same ~species 121 Suppl, 72| that they ~also will be cleansed by that fire.~Aquin.: SMT 122 Suppl, 72| higher heavens also will be cleansed by that fire.~Aquin.: SMT 123 Suppl, 72| higher heavens will not be cleansed by that fire.~Aquin.: SMT 124 Suppl, 72| heavenly bodies will not be cleansed, neither by fire nor ~by 125 Suppl, 72| creature, but in lieu of being cleansed they will be ~set at rest 126 Suppl, 72| aerial heavens which will be cleansed by the fire ~of the final 127 Suppl, 72| Therefore the heavens to be ~cleansed are those which before were 128 Suppl, 72| those which before were cleansed by the waters of the ~deluge, 129 Suppl, 72| qualities, but that they will be cleansed both ~from the stain which 130 Suppl, 72| elements ~after they are cleansed by fire.~Aquin.: SMT XP 131 Suppl, 72| all the elements will be cleansed by that fire?~Aquin.: SMT 132 Suppl, 72| will all the elements be cleansed by ~that fire. Because that 133 Suppl, 72| the element of ~fire be cleansed by the final cleansing.~ 134 Suppl, 72| all the elements will be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 135 Suppl, 72| everlasting stain is never ~cleansed. Now there will always be 136 Suppl, 72| elements will not be ~wholly cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 137 Suppl, 72| earth. Yet it ~will not be cleansed by fire, since not even 138 Suppl, 72| will not all ~be wholly cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 139 Suppl, 72| elements would be entirely ~cleansed both from the stain of sin 140 Suppl, 72| store unto fire," which were cleansed by ~water; and Augustine 141 Suppl, 72| Nor can the elements be ~cleansed from corruptibility by the 142 Suppl, 72| damned: so hell will not be cleansed, and the dregs of the whole 143 Suppl, 72| cleansing in any way ~shall be cleansed by that fire." Therefore 144 Suppl, 72| outside the human body will be cleansed on account of ~the stain 145 Suppl, 72| of the wicked need to be cleansed, and ~consequently the bodies 146 Suppl, 72| will be many ~things to be cleansed. Therefore that fire will 147 Suppl, 72| bodies ~of the elect, will be cleansed by fire. But this will be 148 Suppl, 72| living ~will be able to be cleansed suddenly. One is because 149 Suppl, 72| few ~things in them to be cleansed, since they will be already 150 Suppl, 72| since they will be already cleansed by the ~previous fears and 151 Suppl, 72| if anything needing to be cleansed ~be found in them, it is 152 Suppl, 72| mankind. Now mankind will be cleansed ~in one way by the separation 153 Suppl, 72| a part of the world, be ~cleansed with the same fire as the 154 Suppl, 75| infected. Hence, in order to be cleansed of this infection the ~human 155 Suppl, 87| that His "blood" hath cleansed "our conscience from dead 156 Suppl, 88| heavenly bodies are not ~to be cleansed by fire, they are nevertheless 157 Suppl, 89| that "the angels will be cleansed from ~their ignorance." 158 Suppl, 96| are more or less fit to be cleansed, through sin ~clinging to 159 Appen1, 1| since they cannot be further cleansed from that sin, their ~sorrow 160 Appen1, 2| pain whereby the soul ~is cleansed after this life.~Aquin.: 161 Appen1, 2| not that ~they are being cleansed by their pains, and deem 162 Appen1, 2| just are competent to be cleansed from sin both in ~this life 163 Appen1, 2| in this life, they are cleansed by pains ~inflicted by the 164 Appen1, 2| also, those who have to be cleansed will be punished by the 165 Appen1, 2| even so now the ~elect are cleansed after this life by the Divine 166 Appen1, 2| by while they are being ~cleansed, both that they may be sated 167 Appen1, 2| Therefore venial sins are cleansed by the fire of Purgatory 168 Appen1, 2| Further, a contrary is not cleansed save by its contrary. But ~ 169 Appen1, 2| punishment. Therefore one is not cleansed ~from the debt of punishment 170 Appen1, 2| and venial sins can be cleansed from both of these. That 171 Appen1, 2| persistently is more ~slowly cleansed, it follows that some are 172 Appen2, 1| Lord, since they cannot be ~cleansed. Therefore there is no Purgatory 173 Appen2, 1| obtain glory without being cleansed, because ~nothing unclean 174 Appen2, 1| labor of suffering to be cleansed.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 2 Q[ 175 Appen2, 1| eternal life, until ~he be cleansed; whereas mortal sin cannot 176 Appen2, 1| same place where souls are cleansed, and the damned ~punished?~ 177 Appen2, 1| same place where souls are ~cleansed and the damned punished. 178 Appen2, 1| found ~Paschasius being cleansed in the baths. Therefore 179 Appen2, 1| Therefore they are not cleansed ~in the same place as hell, 180 Appen2, 1| sinner burns and the elect is cleansed." ~Therefore the fire of 181 Appen2, 1| that wherein souls are now cleansed after death, since ~there


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