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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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suffered

    Part, Question
1 1, 96 | the latter would have ~suffered from the impact. Therefore 2 1, 96 | has lost. But ~Adam's body suffered no loss, as being incorruptible. 3 2, 28 | though he felt the good or suffered the evil in the person of ~ 4 2, 28 | and that "God Himself suffered ecstasy through love." ~ 5 2, 40 | Likewise they who have not suffered defeat, nor had experience 6 2, 42 | the evil doubled, if it be suffered for twice that length of 7 2, 45 | Further, those who have suffered wrongs are wont to be daring; ~" 8 2, 67 | of what one has done or suffered, according to ~Lk. 16:25: " 9 2, 78 | particular evil is not to be suffered for ~the sake of possessing 10 2, 87 | separated from Him that ~it suffered the loss of its brightness, 11 2, 87 | said (1 Pt. 2:21) ~that "He suffered for us." Therefore punishment 12 2, 102 | pan by the toils which He suffered in the world; and consumed ~ 13 2, 102 | Para. 3/3~The stress they suffered while in Egypt was denoted 14 2, 102 | reputed ~unclean if they suffered from a flow of seed, whether 15 2, 102 | uncleanness of the man who has suffered ~seminal loss signifies 16 2, 102 | camp," because ~Christ "suffered outside the gate" (Heb. 17 2, 102 | the camp, because "Christ ~suffered without the gate," as the 18 2, 102 | solitude when the Man Christ suffered, not by going to another 19 2, 103 | already born and having suffered. ~Consequently, just as 20 2, 103 | He is already born, has suffered and ~risen again; of which 21 2, 105 | when the whole people thus suffered a loss they ~forgot their 22 2, 107 | OBJ 2: The tribulations suffered by those who observe the 23 2, 1 | difficulty in seeing that God suffered, ~and another in seeing 24 2, 1 | the Passion. ~But that He suffered, died and was buried, present 25 2, 57 | unintentionally), or to be suffered voluntarily (as when a man ~ 26 2, 57 | must reply that ~injustice suffered by one man and injustice 27 2, 59 | thing in which a person has suffered loss. Now in ~respect of 28 2, 62 | strike [Vulg.: 'When He suffered, He threatened not']" (1 29 2, 75 | compensation to him that has suffered loss, if the loss be considerable. ~ 30 2, 81 | kingdom of ~sin, because they suffered so much while it reigned": 31 2, 120 | account of the need which they suffered. In like manner a ~bodily 32 2, 122 | accelerated, so that they suffered ~martyrdom even voluntarily. 33 2, 122 | Blessed John the Baptist, who suffered ~death, not for refusing 34 2, 183 | needs ~of his subjects, suffered patiently to be delayed 35 3 | things as were done and suffered by our ~Saviour - i.e. God 36 3, 2 | He was ~born of a Virgin, suffered, was crucified, was buried. 37 3, 4 | but especially in what He suffered in human ~nature for other 38 3, 9 | obedience by the things which He suffered," i.e. ~"experienced," says 39 3, 14 | wherein He ~Himself hath suffered and been tempted, He is 40 3, 14 | the body; but the flesh suffered what belongs to a ~passible 41 3, 15 | wherein He ~Himself hath suffered and been tempted, He is 42 3, 15 | became man, and that He suffered for us; ~secondly, with 43 3, 15 | fortitude. And although He suffered no internal assault on the ~ 44 3, 15 | purpose if it could not ~have suffered at the hands of anything.~ 45 3, 15 | may He be supposed to have suffered in the mystery of His death, 46 3, 15 | unwillingly." But Christ suffered nothing ~against His will, 47 3, 16 | say that the Son of God ~suffered, yet we do not say that 48 3, 16 | say that the Divine Nature suffered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 49 3, 16 | we say simply that Christ suffered, died and was buried: even 50 3, 16 | a true body, nor truly ~suffered, but we must say, with a 51 3, 18 | human nature the Son of God suffered no diminution of what pertains 52 3, 19 | and having operated and ~suffered whatsoever befits His human 53 3, 21 | wished to suffer what He suffered. For Augustine says ~(Contra 54 3, 21 | indeed to suffer what He suffered, at that ~particular time: 55 3, 27 | Incarnate Son of God did or suffered in the human nature united 56 3, 27 | to the sorrow which she ~suffered at the time of our Lord' 57 3, 27 | people by His own blood, ~suffered without the gate": which 58 3, 28 | the stronger: for ~truth suffered nothing thereby, since both 59 3, 29 | discretion. Wherefore she ~suffered nothing in detriment to 60 3, 34 | Ought not Christ to have ~suffered these things, and so to 61 3, 34 | when as yet He had ~not suffered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 62 3, 35 | that the Blessed Virgin suffered pain in giving birth ~to 63 3, 35 | maidenhood." Christ, ~indeed, suffered death, but through His own 64 3, 41 | written (Lk. 4:41) that "He suffered them not to speak, ~for 65 3, 41 | His own will and what He ~suffered from the devil. For that 66 3, 41 | Him and tempt Him." But He suffered from the devil in being " 67 3, 41 | assaults which ~perhaps Christ suffered from the devil during that 68 3, 41 | Reply OBJ 6: When Christ had suffered the wrong of being tempted 69 3, 44 | For which reason also "He suffered them not to speak" (Mk. 70 3, 45 | ought not Christ'] to have suffered these things, and so ~to 71 3, 46 | Whether His entire soul suffered?~(8) Whether His Passion 72 3, 46 | is voluntary. But ~Christ suffered of His own will; for it 73 3, 46 | that Christ should ~have suffered for man's deliverance.~Aquin.: 74 3, 46 | Christ's own part, who ~suffered voluntarily. Yet it was 75 3, 46 | Ought not Christ to ~have suffered these things, and so to 76 3, 46 | Consequently, unless He suffered death, He ~would not otherwise 77 3, 46 | not follow unless Christ suffered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 78 3, 46 | Pt. 2:21): "Christ also suffered for us, leaving you an example 79 3, 46 | Whether Christ ought to have suffered on the cross?~Aquin.: SMT 80 3, 46 | Christ ought not to have suffered on the ~cross. For the truth 81 3, 46 | Christ ought not to have suffered on a cross, but rather by 82 3, 46 | Cruce et Latrone i, ii): "He suffered upon a high rood and ~not 83 3, 46 | servants who accused Peter. He suffered from the ~rulers, from their 84 3, 46 | against His Christ." He suffered from friends and acquaintances, ~ 85 3, 46 | can endure. For Christ suffered from friends abandoning 86 3, 46 | members. In His ~head He suffered from the crown of piercing 87 3, 46 | entire body. Moreover, He suffered ~in all His bodily senses: 88 3, 46 | even Adam's pain, if he suffered at ~all, was greater than 89 3, 46 | by impassibility Adam had suffered in the state of ~innocence, 90 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ suffered in His whole soul?~Aquin.: 91 3, 46 | does not seem that Christ ~suffered in His whole soul. ~Aquin.: 92 3, 46 | these evils except He had suffered in His whole ~soul. Therefore 93 3, 46 | soul. Therefore Christ suffered in His entire soul.~Aquin.: 94 3, 46 | that Christ's whole soul suffered. For the soul's ~whole essence 95 3, 46 | Consequently, when the body suffered and was ~disposed to separate 96 3, 46 | the soul, the entire soul suffered. But if we ~consider the 97 3, 46 | passions of the faculties, He suffered indeed as to all His lower ~ 98 3, 46 | body, whose act it is, ~suffered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 99 3, 46 | But Christ's ~whole soul suffered grief during the Passion, 100 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ suffered at a suitable time?~Aquin.: 101 3, 46 | that Christ ought to have suffered ~then; which is manifestly 102 3, 46 | the following day that He suffered.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 103 3, 46 | seems that ~He ought to have suffered at the sixth hour, when 104 3, 46 | Therefore Christ ought to have suffered about the time ~of the summer 105 3, 46 | so that He should have suffered, ~not in young, but in old, 106 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ suffered in a suitable place?~Aquin.: 107 3, 46 | suitable place. For ~Christ suffered according to His human nature, 108 3, 46 | that He ought not ~to have suffered in Jerusalem, but in Nazareth 109 3, 46 | that Christ ought ~to have suffered in the Temple, and not outside 110 3, 46 | consequently, ~since Christ suffered at a suitable time, so did 111 3, 46 | For three reasons Christ suffered outside the gate, and not ~ 112 3, 46 | people by His ~own blood, suffered without the gate."~Aquin.: 113 3, 46 | confess that the Word of God suffered in the flesh and ~was crucified 114 3, 46 | destroyed death"; since He who suffered "was both God ~and man. 115 3, 47 | Christ at the same time suffered violence in order to die, ~ 116 3, 47 | But ~we read that Christ suffered out of charity, according 117 3, 47 | charity, inasmuch as He ~suffered both out of love of the 118 3, 47 | compensation ~to them who have suffered wrong, since, as is written 119 3, 47 | For the same reason Christ suffered out of charity and out ~ 120 3, 47 | observed above (A[2]), Christ suffered voluntarily out ~of obedience 121 3, 47 | on account ~of which He suffered, Christ upon the cross prayed 122 3, 47 | charity: but in so far as ~He suffered from His persecutors it 123 3, 47 | willing subject. But Christ suffered willingly, as was ~shown 124 3, 48 | Christ therefore having ~suffered in the flesh." Now the soul, 125 3, 48 | exceeding charity from which He ~suffered; secondly, on account of 126 3, 48 | Christ therefore, having suffered in the flesh, ~be you also 127 3, 48 | thought: for he that hath suffered in the ~flesh hath ceased 128 3, 48 | curse for us inasmuch as He suffered upon the tree, as stated 129 3, 50 | conceived and born of a ~Virgin, suffered, died, and was buried." 130 3, 50 | acknowledge that the Word of God suffered in the flesh, and was ~crucified 131 3, 52 | that which Christ did or suffered in ~His assumed nature is 132 3, 52 | sorrow which the holy Fathers suffered in hell, and ~Augustine 133 3, 54 | it was the body which had suffered that rose again." Now ~when 134 3, 55 | manifested to all ~while He suffered in public, it seems that 135 3, 60 | people by His own blood, suffered ~without the gate." Therefore 136 3, 61 | differs from 'passus' [having suffered]." Therefore the ~sacraments 137 3, 67 | Just as a woman is not suffered to teach in public, but 138 3, 69 | just as if he himself had suffered and died. Now Christ's Passion, 139 3, 72 | courage with which they have suffered martyrdom; and some indeed 140 3, 73 | in union with Christ Who suffered. Hence, as Baptism is ~called 141 3, 80 | when a ~certain one always suffered thus on those feast-days 142 3, 81 | passible, it would have ~suffered both from contact and from 143 3, 81 | at the time when Christ ~suffered, when His blood was really 144 3, 83 | at the hour when our Lord suffered, ~i.e. either, as on feast-days, 145 3, 83 | each day, because Christ suffered once and redeemed ~the whole 146 3, 83 | people by His own blood, suffered without the gate." Therefore, 147 3, 83 | Christ, out ~of which He suffered. He closes his fingers, 148 3, 86 | of the sickness which he suffered in his body.~Aquin.: SMT 149 3, 89 | of those things which he suffered by ~confessing Him; but 150 3, 89 | by denying Christ, he had suffered none of those ~things. Thus 151 Suppl, 3 | than ~to sin. nor to have suffered, nor yet to suffer all manner 152 Suppl, 6 | shipwreck." But some have not suffered ~shipwreck after Baptism. 153 Suppl, 10| punishment ~remains to be suffered in Purgatory by those who 154 Suppl, 12| in the subject that has suffered an ~injustice. And since 155 Suppl, 42| regards charity, whereby He suffered for the ~Church who was 156 Suppl, 67| punishment which they should have suffered according to the Law: and 157 Suppl, 70| not seem that the pains suffered by the souls ~of the damned 158 Suppl, 72| their own will: and pain suffered in this ~life voluntarily 159 Suppl, 74| number of ~persecutions suffered by the Church to the number 160 Suppl, 79| virtue whereby the saints suffered for the sake of justice ~ 161 Suppl, 83| account of the pains which he ~suffered in this world; which is 162 Suppl, 87| before ~the eye, as though He suffered it there; but by the things 163 Suppl, 93| for the outrage she has suffered. Even supposing that one 164 Suppl, 93| witnesses in Latin: because they suffered in order to bear ~witness 165 Suppl, 93| martyrdom, ~which is death suffered for Christ's sake: for " 166 Suppl, 93| infliction, but because it is suffered voluntarily: since we ~merit 167 Suppl, 93| married persons who have suffered martyrdom." ~Therefore martyrdom 168 Appen1, 1| wickedness and malice, and have suffered rather than caused ~their 169 Appen1, 1| the eternal ~punishment suffered by the damned: "Because 170 Appen1, 2| is ~greater than any pain suffered by the body.~Aquin.: SMT


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