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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | hearing of the ear I have heard Thee, but now ~my eye seeth 2 1, 12 | hence he said: "I have ~heard secret words which it is 3 1, 12 | voice of the Father ~was heard, "This is My beloved Son" ( 4 1, 18 | The last echo of ~life is heard in the plants," whereby 5 1, 23 | because she was barren; and He heard him and made Rebecca to 6 1, 43 | 45): "Everyone that hath heard from ~the Father and hath 7 1, 43 | confirmed unto us by ~them that heard."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 8 1, 51 | the experience, or have heard from such as have ~experienced 9 1, 63 | accepts directly they are heard" [*Boethius, De Hebdom.]. ~ 10 1, 43 | 45): "Everyone that hath heard from ~the Father and hath 11 1, 43 | confirmed unto us by ~them that heard."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 12 1, 52 | the experience, or have heard from such as have ~experienced 13 1, 64 | accepts directly they are heard" [*Boethius, De Hebdom.]. ~ 14 1, 109 | miracles ~because they are "heard by the demons," as he says 15 2, 5 | Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 16 2, 27 | effects, or from having heard it ~commended, as Augustine 17 2, 38 | Confess. ix, 12): "I had heard that the ~bath had its name [* 18 2, 62 | eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither ~hath it entered 19 2, 68 | penetrates the truths heard . . ~. counsel . . . stays 20 2, 68 | it penetrates the ~truths heard, refreshing the heart and 21 2, 73 | Thus, an unbeliever who has heard nothing about the pains ~ 22 2, 102 | more devoutly, so as to be heard ~more readily.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 102 | the ~temple no sound was heard of hammer or saw, to signify 24 2, 107 | Mt. 5:27-32): You have heard that it was said ~to them 25 2, 112 | 45: "Every one that hath heard of the ~Father, and hath 26 2, 112 | 45: "Every one that hath ~heard of the Father, and hath 27 2, 113 | 45): "Every one that hath heard of ~the Father, and hath 28 2, 114 | hath not seen, ~nor ear heard, neither hath it entered 29 2, 1 | so to believe, until they heard the preaching of the ~Gospel. 30 2, 1 | But faith is of things heard, according ~to Rm. 10:17: " 31 2, 2 | 45: "Every one that hath heard of ~the Father and hath 32 2, 2 | Him, of whom they have not heard? And ~how shall they hear 33 2, 3 | the Pharisee, when they heard this word, were ~scandalized," 34 2, 5 | inwardly: thus ~the prophets heard, as expressed by the Ps. 35 2, 8 | concerning the things it has heard." Now one who has ~faith 36 2, 8 | mind concerning what he has heard; thus ~it is written (Lk. 37 2, 8 | 45): "Every one that hath heard of ~the Father, and hath 38 2, 8 | man, not as seen, but as ~heard, to which he assents by 39 2, 10 | Him, of Whom they have not heard? And ~how shall they hear 40 2, 10 | find it in those ~who have heard nothing about the faith, 41 2, 10 | firm, that they have never heard anything differing from 42 2, 20 | reason why man should be heard by God. Yet, through presumption 43 2, 20 | through presumption some are ~heard by God, for it is written ( 44 2, 26 | for ~we ourselves have heard Him, and know that this 45 2, 41 | the Pharisees, when they heard this word," etc. says: " 46 2, 41 | the Pharisees, when they heard this word, were scandalized?" ~ 47 2, 66 | number of people ~who have heard the same words be asked 48 2, 68 | different things he has seen and heard.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 49 2, 68 | should by no means have been heard": which words are embodied 50 2, 70 | according to Jer. 20:10, "I heard ~reviling [Douay: 'contumelies'] 51 2, 70 | But I as a ~deaf man, heard not; and as a dumb man not 52 2, 70 | lest their preaching be not heard by those who could ~have 53 2, 70 | by those who could ~have heard it, and they continue their 54 2, 81 | belongs to prayer to be heard. Now it is the desire that 55 2, 81 | it is the desire that is heard by God, ~according to Ps. 56 2, 81 | Ps. 9:38, "The Lord hath heard the desire of the poor." ~ 57 2, 81 | show how speedily they are ~heard, since no sooner do the 58 2, 81 | is offered that it may be heard. Now one of the ~conditions 59 2, 81 | for prayer that it may be heard is that one pray for ~oneself, 60 2, 81 | Tract. cii): ~"Everyone is heard when he prays for himself, 61 2, 81 | the good, since they are heard when they ~pray for themselves. 62 2, 81 | Yet those who pray are heard not for all sinners but 63 2, 81 | for some: ~since they are heard for the predestined, but 64 2, 81 | multitude are more easily heard, wherefore a gloss on Rm. ~ 65 2, 81 | prayers for others can ~be heard, seeing that not even the 66 2, 81 | by shouting ~so as to be heard by others, or by openly 67 2, 81 | prayers are frequently not heard; thus Paul was ~not heard 68 2, 81 | heard; thus Paul was ~not heard when he besought the sting 69 2, 81 | life, is both mercifully heard, and ~mercifully not heard. 70 2, 81 | heard, and ~mercifully not heard. For the physician knows 71 2, 81 | reason, too, Paul was not heard ~when he prayed for the 72 2, 81 | reason we ~are not always heard when we pray for others, 73 2, 81 | and so are unworthy to be heard, or, if they do ~not say 74 2, 81 | not say it, they are not heard, because they do not observe 75 2, 81 | sinner does ~not merit to be heard, but out of pure mercy [* 76 2, 81 | wherefore his prayers are heard, according ~to Ecclus. 28: 77 2, 81 | account of ~which we ask to be heard, according to Dan. 9:17, 78 2, 82 | and ~are more likely to be heard, as may be seen in the prayer 79 2, 82 | prayer is more likely to be heard, ~according to Mt. 18:20, " 80 2, 94 | Gospel read in church and heard ~by all every day? How then, 81 2, 94 | unjust ~judge who scarcely heard the widow's request."~Aquin.: 82 2, 95 | not do what he can to be heard by God, ~wherefore he tempts 83 2, 108 | remember to have seen or heard."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 84 2, 110 | Jer. 48:29,30): "We have heard the ~pride of Moab, he is 85 2, 145 | with Ezechiel in captivity heard of the destruction of ~the 86 2, 162 | die on the day when they heard the ~death-decree, condemning 87 2, 169 | at the ~Lord's feet, heard His word" (Lk. 10:39,40), 88 2, 169 | 21:10, "That which I have heard of the Lord of hosts, the 89 2, 169 | the text continues: "And I heard Him speaking to me." ~Accordingly 90 2, 170 | things whatsoever ~I have heard of My Father, I have made 91 2, 173 | and by Paul who in rapture heard ~unspeakable words, which 92 2, 173 | this. For ~he says that "he heard secret words, which it is 93 2, 173 | said (2 Cor. 12:4): "He heard secret ~words, which it 94 2, 174 | on Acts 2:6, "Every man heard them ~speak in his own tongue," 95 2, 174 | according to Dan. 5:16, "I have heard of ~thee, that thou canst 96 2, 176 | prays - as the publican was heard (Lk. 18:14) - or for the ~ 97 2, 178 | at the Lord's feet, heard His word" (Lk. 10:39). Therefore 98 2, 179 | on the part of the speech heard, and ~thus the object of 99 2, 185 | contemptuous and ~unworthy to be heard who work not with their 100 2, 185 | let him eat. For we have heard that there are some among 101 2, 187 | did he go away sad when he heard: Go, sell all thou hast 102 3, 1 | passing word of a man is heard at ~once by many, and wholly 103 3, 7 | that in all things "he was heard for his reverence." For ~ 104 3, 7 | confirmed ~unto us by them that heard Him, God also bearing them 105 3, 12 | on to say that "all that heard Him ~were astonished at 106 3, 21 | every prayer of His was heard?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 107 3, 21 | Christ's prayer was always heard?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 108 3, 21 | s prayer was not always heard. For He ~besought that the 109 3, 21 | every prayer of His was heard.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 110 3, 21 | every prayer of His was heard.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 111 3, 21 | every prayer of His was heard.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 112 3, 21 | of His, therefore, ~was heard.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 113 3, 21 | up prayers . . . He was heard for His reverence."~Aquin.: 114 3, 21 | shunned death. ~But He is heard as to the desire of His 115 3, 36 | appeared, according as he had ~heard from the Magi.~Aquin.: SMT 116 3, 36 | flood. Those who asked, heard and went their way: the 117 3, 38 | confirmed unto us by them that heard Him, God ~also bearing them 118 3, 38 | We have not so much as heard ~whether there be a Holy 119 3, 39 | Father's voice ~should be heard, bearing witness to the 120 3, 39 | the Father's voice to be heard bearing witness to the Son. 121 3, 39 | dove: the Father's voice is heard bearing ~witness to the 122 3, 39 | says: "Neither have you heard His," i.e. the ~Father's, " 123 3, 39 | the Father's voice was ~heard saying: "'This is My beloved 124 3, 42 | Christ, although these had heard nothing of Him.~Aquin.: 125 3, 42 | the Pharisees, when ~they heard this word, were scandalized?" 126 3, 42 | He said: "That ~which you heard in the ear in the chambers 127 3, 42 | The things which thou hast heard of me by many ~witnesses, 128 3, 42 | Lord had said, 'Many have heard Me' . . . and, again, it ~ 129 3, 43 | the world it has not been heard, that any man hath ~opened 130 3, 43 | what one individual, having heard from Him, did not, that ~ 131 3, 44 | to cause ~thunder to be heard in the air, as occurred 132 3, 45 | as the Father's voice was heard. But this did not ~happen 133 3, 55 | Him in the ~sepulchre, she heard from the angel: "He is risen, 134 3, 55 | we have seen, and have ~heard, and our hands have handled . . . 135 3, 55 | thereby that He both saw and heard; thirdly, in the ~works 136 3, 68 | their confession should be heard; not for the purpose ~of 137 3, 71 | Him, of Whom they have not heard? And ~how shall they hear 138 3, 72 | Ghost fell on all them that heard the word . . . ~and [Vulg.: ' 139 3, 72 | and [Vulg.: 'for'] they heard them speaking with tongues": 140 3, 72 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Those who heard the preaching of Peter received 141 3, 73 | Confess. vii), that he heard the voice of ~Christ as 142 3, 80 | delirious, let ~them, who heard him ask, bear witness, and 143 3, 82 | priest, the sooner is he heard in the needs for which he 144 Suppl, 2 | when I ~remember having heard something in general, but 145 Suppl, 11| man might say what he had heard in confession, though he 146 Suppl, 11| nowise say ~what he has heard.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 147 Suppl, 11| sin secret, which he has heard in ~confession, but knows 148 Suppl, 11| tell another what he has heard in ~confession, even if 149 Suppl, 11| it, for he cannot say: "I heard so and ~so in confession." 150 Suppl, 11| he has seen what he has heard in the ~confessional, he 151 Suppl, 11| does not reveal what he heard in confession, save ~indirectly: 152 Suppl, 11| what he saw, if he says he heard ~it, but only indirectly, 153 Suppl, 11| because he says he has heard what he ~incidentally saw. 154 Suppl, 11| simply, but ~to reveal it as heard in confession: for in no 155 Suppl, 11| allowed to say ~that he has heard it in the confessional.~ 156 Suppl, 11| from divulging what he has heard ~in confession, provided 157 Suppl, 25| cannot err; since He Who "was heard for ~His reverence" (Heb. 158 Suppl, 31| would not in that case be heard. But ~it is said in the 159 Suppl, 55| lawsuit only the relatives are heard, ~as stated in the text ( 160 Suppl, 55| accusations even ~strangers are heard. Therefore in a suit for 161 Suppl, 55| silent at first is sometimes heard afterwards if ~he wish to 162 Suppl, 55| his accusation should ~be heard. otherwise without doubt 163 Suppl, 56| confession the priest has heard, else in the whole ~parish 164 Suppl, 71| they pray, they would be ~heard by God. Therefore the suffrages 165 Suppl, 71| respect is worthy to be heard by God. ~Nevertheless, God 166 Suppl, 71| while praying for Trajan, heard a voice from heaven saying 167 Suppl, 71| saying to him: "I ~have heard thy voice, and I pardon 168 Suppl, 71| prayer for them would not ~be heard." Therefore suffrages avail 169 Suppl, 72| granted, the ~saints would be heard especially in regard to 170 Suppl, 72| themselves. But they are not heard in reference to these things; ~ 171 Suppl, 72| less therefore, are ~they heard in reference to matters 172 Suppl, 72| the ~saints are not always heard when they pray God for us.~ 173 Suppl, 72| the angels are not always heard in the ~prayers which they 174 Suppl, 72| are other saints always heard by God when they pray for 175 Suppl, 72| prayer for another will be heard": and afterwards he ~refutes 176 Suppl, 72| their prayers are always heard.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 177 Suppl, 72| their prayers should be heard after ~their death.~Aquin.: 178 Suppl, 73| sanctify, ~not through being heard, but through being spoken: 179 Suppl, 85| of the body, so as to be heard by all.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 180 Suppl, 89| hearing of the ear, I have heard Thee, but now my ~eye seeth


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