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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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womb

    Part, Question
1 1, 112 | child is in the mother's womb it is not ~entirely separate, 2 1, 112 | guards the child while in the womb. But at ~its birth, when 3 2, 63 | with me from my ~mother's womb." Therefore virtue is in 4 2, 68 | however, he adds "in the womb of ~the mind," this may 5 2, 98 | offered all that opened the womb, for their ~offenses."~Aquin.: 6 2, 102 | the oven of the virginal womb; baked ~again in a pan by 7 2, 10 | enfolded within its mother's ~womb; and later on after birth, 8 2, 10 | which is like a ~spiritual womb, for so long as man has 9 2, 18 | Why did I not ~die in the womb?" Gregory says (Moral. iv, 10 2, 186 | Ghost even from his mother's womb" (Lk. 1:11), so that he 11 2, 187 | we are conceived in the womb of Mother ~Church, by being 12 2, 187 | nourished as ~it were in her womb, by progressing in those 13 2, 187 | excluded from the maternal womb." Gregory also in a ~homily 14 3, 6 | which was conceived in the womb of ~the Virgin.~Aquin.: 15 3, 6 | became ~incarnate in the womb of the Virgin; for thus 16 3, 6 | was not conceived in the womb of the Virgin without the 17 3, 15 | Holy Ghost in the Virgin's ~womb. Therefore it lay under 18 3, 27 | before her ~birth from the womb?~(2) Whether she was sanctified 19 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 20 3, 27 | before ~her birth from the womb. For the Apostle says (1 21 3, 27 | God." But ~birth from the womb is a natural birth. Therefore 22 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 23 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 24 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb, it follows that she was 25 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 26 3, 27 | existence in her mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 27 3, 27 | she ~was sanctified in the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 28 3, 27 | being ~sanctified in the womb; indeed, they do not even 29 3, 27 | she was ~sanctified in the womb. For it is reasonable to 30 3, 27 | to be sanctified in the womb; for instance, to Jeremias, 31 3, 27 | camest forth out of the womb, I ~sanctified thee"; and 32 3, 27 | even from his ~mother's womb." It is therefore with reason 33 3, 27 | before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 34 3, 27 | before they are born from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 35 3, 27 | Virgin was sanctified in the womb from original ~sin, as to 36 3, 27 | remains in the mother's womb not for the purpose of receiving 37 3, 27 | before he was formed ~in the womb, by knowledge, that is to 38 3, 27 | came ~forth out of the womb," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 39 3, 27 | before her birth from ~the womb. This is what is signified ( 40 3, 27 | the sanctification in the womb she was not absolutely ~ 41 3, 27 | Virgin was sanctified in the womb. Others say that it ~remained 42 3, 27 | the sanctification in the womb, ~the Virgin was not freed 43 3, 27 | existence in her mother's womb, for this was the singular 44 3, 27 | being sanctified in the womb the Blessed Virgin was preserved ~ 45 3, 27 | being sanctified in the womb the Blessed ~Virgin was 46 3, 27 | only in her soul but in her womb. And it ~is written (Wis. 47 3, 27 | her sanctification in the womb, the Blessed Virgin received ~ 48 3, 27 | her sanctification in the womb, the ~Blessed Virgin did 49 3, 27 | of God Incarnate in her womb. The third ~perfection of 50 3, 27 | to be ~sanctified in the womb?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 51 3, 27 | to be sanctified in the womb. For it has been said (A[ 52 3, 27 | Virgin was sanctified in the womb, in order that she might 53 3, 27 | alone was sanctified in the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 54 3, 27 | been ~sanctified in the womb. For Christ is specially 55 3, 27 | having been sanctified in the womb. Therefore ~it was not befitting 56 3, 27 | should be ~sanctified in the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 57 3, 27 | with me from [my mother's] womb." ~Nevertheless we do not 58 3, 27 | he was sanctified in the ~womb. Neither therefore are we 59 3, 27 | Baptist were sanctified in the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 60 3, 27 | camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee." And 61 3, 27 | even ~from his mother's womb."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 62 3, 27 | s) sanctification in the womb. For ~the leaping of John 63 3, 27 | the leaping of John in the womb "might," as he says, "signify 64 3, 27 | not that the infant in her womb believed, but that ~it ' 65 3, 27 | unwonted because it was in the womb. And therefore, ~just as 66 3, 27 | while yet in his mother's ~womb he was able to acknowledge, 67 3, 27 | even from his mother's womb"; and of ~Jeremias, "Before 68 3, 27 | camest forth out of the womb, I sanctified thee"; ~it 69 3, 27 | they were sanctified in the womb, ~although, while in the 70 3, 27 | although, while in the womb, they had not the use of 71 3, 27 | were ~sanctified in the womb. For such privileges of 72 3, 27 | being sanctified ~in the womb, by their foreshadowing 73 3, 28 | who sanctified a strange womb, for the ~birth of a prophet, 74 3, 28 | who opened His Mother's womb, that He might ~go forth 75 3, 28 | unspotted." But opening of the womb excludes virginity. ~Therefore 76 3, 28 | from His ~Mother's closed womb: and consequently that she 77 3, 28 | forth through the closed womb of the Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT 78 3, 28 | Every male opening the womb shall be called holy to 79 3, 28 | the ~abode of her sacred womb, which His entrance therein 80 3, 28 | infant ~from the maternal womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 81 3, 28 | came forth from the closed womb of a virgin; and ~that He 82 3, 28 | shrine" was ~the virginal womb [*"Sacrarium Spiritus Sancti" ( 83 3, 28 | the narrow abode of her womb received Him Whom the ~world 84 3, 29 | limbs out of the virginal womb of His inviolate ~Mother, 85 3, 29 | virginity, in whom the pregnant womb would betoken ~corruption."~ 86 3, 30 | conceive the Son of ~God in her womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 87 3, 30 | thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a 88 3, 30 | 16), who in her spotless womb ~conceived Christ of the 89 3, 30 | mind, but in her bodily ~womb. Therefore it behooved not 90 3, 30 | thou shalt conceive in thy ~womb," etc.; and by declaring 91 3, 31 | 11): "Of the fruit of thy womb I will set upon thy throne." 92 3, 31 | woman is shut up in her womb. ~But it ill becomes God, 93 3, 31 | the narrow limits of the womb. Therefore it ~seems that 94 3, 31 | nature He was ~within the womb," viz. of a woman's body: " 95 3, 31 | otherwise than in a ~mother's womb, and had suddenly produced 96 3, 31 | shut up ~in His Mother's womb, as to cease to be elsewhere, 97 3, 31 | together in the Virgin's womb and fashioned into a ~child 98 3, 32 | flesh from the Virgin's womb was due to the ~exceeding 99 3, 33 | down, the Word was in the womb, ~within the womb the Word 100 3, 33 | in the womb, ~within the womb the Word was made flesh."~ 101 3, 33 | Christ was in the Virgin's ~womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 102 3, 33 | Christ was in the Virgin's womb for the space of nine ~months: 103 3, 33 | conceived in the Virgin's womb, before being assumed by 104 3, 33 | conception took place in her womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 105 3, 34 | as the Word entered the womb, while ~retaining the reality 106 3, 34 | infant can exercise in the womb even before it ~has received 107 3, 35 | when this soul reaches the womb, being intent on ~fashioning 108 3, 35 | soul is born from ~out the womb; but not as though, before 109 3, 35 | opening ~the passage from the womb. Now it has been said above ( 110 3, 35 | came forth from the closed womb of ~His Mother, and, consequently, 111 3, 36 | the child conceived in the womb, and to serve Him even before 112 3, 37 | first-born ~that openeth the womb among the children of Israel." 113 3, 37 | came ~forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; and thus 114 3, 37 | did not open His ~Mother's womb. Therefore Christ was not 115 3, 37 | Every male opening the womb shall be called holy to 116 3, 37 | incomprehensible, opened the virginal womb ~which had been closed to 117 3, 37 | the words "opening the ~womb" imply that nothing hitherto 118 3, 39 | Ghost from his mother's womb,' what must we ~say of the 119 3, 39 | form a true body in Mary's womb without the seed of a man: ~ 120 3, 39 | will, both in ~the mother's womb in forming a man, and in 121 3, 45 | came forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; of impassibility, 122 3, 45 | from the Virgin's closed womb: because the gifts are ~ 123 3, 48 | as the flesh born in the womb without fleshly concupiscence, 124 3, 48 | coming from a virginal womb? What could be so favorably 125 3, 51 | also denote Mary's virginal womb." And furthermore it may 126 3, 52 | on earth, in the Virgin's womb, on ~the Cross, in hell, 127 3, 57 | from the Virgin's sealed womb, also when He entered ~among 128 3, 66 | second time into his mother's womb and be born again': ~So 129 3, 66 | there is no return to the ~womb, so neither is there to 130 3, 67 | the ~place of the mother's womb, as Augustine says on Jn. 131 3, 67 | second time into his mother's womb, and be born again?" While 132 3, 68 | baptized in the mother's womb?~(12) Whether madmen and 133 3, 68 | who are sanctified in the womb, obtain ~this without Baptism. 134 3, 68 | who are sanctified in the womb, receive indeed grace ~which 135 3, 68 | to be sanctified in the womb now, they would need to 136 3, 68 | child while in the ~mother's womb receives nourishment not 137 3, 68 | being as it were in the womb of their mother the Church, 138 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's womb?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 139 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's ~womb. For the gift of Christ 140 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's womb is under sentence of condemnation 141 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 142 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's womb, seems to be ~part of its 143 3, 68 | baptized, the child in her womb is baptized.~Aquin.: SMT 144 3, 68 | the child in ~the mother's womb cannot be baptized, it would 145 3, 68 | child is yet in its mother's womb. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 146 3, 68 | before he is born from ~the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 147 3, 68 | before being born from the womb, can nowise be washed with 148 3, 68 | while yet in its mother's womb. But ~this is impossible: 149 3, 68 | the child which is in ~her womb. Hence Augustine says (Cont. 150 3, 68 | while she bore it in her womb. Since, then, it," i.e. ~ 151 3, 68 | body while it was in the womb." It follows, therefore, 152 3, 68 | baptized while in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 153 3, 68 | Children while in the mother's womb have not yet come forth ~ 154 3, 68 | were ~sanctified in the womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 155 3, 68 | child ~while in its mother's womb is something of hers through 156 3, 68 | the child lives yet in her womb, she ~should be opened that 157 3, 68 | entirely come forth from the womb before baptizing it. If, 158 3, 77 | human body in the Virgin's womb, "without the seed of man" ( 159 3, 78 | of ~Christ's body in the womb of a virgin: which things 160 3, 81 | came forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; agility, 161 3, 83 | forth from the virginal womb, becoming visible to us 162 Suppl, 32| child yet in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 163 Suppl, 52| the land. Now the woman's womb in relation to the seed 164 Suppl, 52| the offspring follows the womb: and this is reasonable ~ 165 Suppl, 56| twofold. The first is in the womb, wherein ~that which is 166 Suppl, 56| needing to be fostered in the womb of the ~Church. The second 167 Suppl, 56| is birth from out of the womb, when that which was ~born 168 Suppl, 56| that which was ~born in the womb is so far strengthened that 169 Suppl, 56| the ~matter, and in whose womb the child is begotten. So 170 Suppl, 59| the offspring ~follows the womb," and thus their salvation 171 Suppl, 72| who die in their mother's ~womb can never be born again: 172 Suppl, 72| who die in their mother's womb, although they ~are not 173 Suppl, 75| their birth within the womb or at least at their birth 174 Suppl, 75| at their birth from the womb. ~Therefore all will rise 175 Suppl, 77| nourished in the mother's womb. Consequently on the supposition 176 Suppl, 80| eyes came from the closed womb of the Virgin at His birth." 177 Suppl, 80| came out of the Virgin's womb; and ~how it went into His 178 Suppl, 93| while yet in his mother's womb: and in that case they were


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