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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | immutability from Him, they ~share in His eternity. Thus some 2 1, 10 | Dt. 33:15). Some again, ~share more fully than others in 3 1, 10 | eternities, accordingly as many ~share in eternity, by the contemplation 4 1, 10 | vision of glory, they have a share of eternity.~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 13 | those are called gods who share in divinity by ~likeness, 6 1, 20 | loving God, ~nor to any share in the intellectual and 7 1, 23 | which does not in some way share in His goodness, as we ~ 8 1, 32 | goodness: hence it needs to share some other's good, in order 9 1, 43 | Old Testament had their share ~of grace. Yet to them was 10 1, 43 | mission is not ~to all who share in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 47 | nevertheless even creatures ~share in a certain equality - 12 1, 57 | resemble Him most; hence they share more ~fully and more perfectly 13 1, 57 | existing in ~nature; and share in some species, whose image 14 1, 57 | part of the soul has some share of ~reason, as obeying its 15 1, 60 | angels, in so far as they ~share the same nature with them. 16 1, 76 | corporeal matter has no share whatever. ~This power is 17 1, 76 | corporeal matter does not share. ~But the more subtle is 18 1, 43 | Old Testament had their share ~of grace. Yet to them was 19 1, 43 | mission is not ~to all who share in grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 48 | nevertheless even creatures ~share in a certain equality - 21 1, 58 | resemble Him most; hence they share more ~fully and more perfectly 22 1, 58 | existing in ~nature; and share in some species, whose image 23 1, 58 | part of the soul has some share of ~reason, as obeying its 24 1, 61 | angels, in so far as they ~share the same nature with them. 25 1, 75 | corporeal matter has no share whatever. ~This power is 26 1, 75 | corporeal matter does not share. ~But the more subtle is 27 1, 105 | agent is ~established in the share of the Divine goodness, 28 1, 105 | admonishes those who by grace share in the Divine ~goodness; 29 1, 112 | of the superior, ~as they share in their gifts, and they 30 2, 1 | from Which all other goods share the power of diffusion. 31 2, 1 | last end, in so far as they share ~in the Divine likeness, 32 2, 2 | by which he has a certain share of happiness. And therefore ~ 33 2, 2 | it is imperfect, it is ~a share of happiness, either proximate, 34 2, 4 | the body to attain to its share.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[5] 35 2, 4 | whatever, without someone to share it with us." ~But delight 36 2, 13 | the fact that all ~that share in one nature, invariably 37 2, 26 | however, in man, has a certain share of ~liberty, in so far as 38 2, 28 | zeal, that a man refuses to share the object of his love with ~ 39 2, 28 | because they will not share them with others. Therefore 40 2, 32 | is ~able to give others a share. Wherefore men take pleasure 41 2, 32 | on which they bestow a ~share of their own good. Another 42 2, 61 | other three imply a certain ~share of reason by way of a kind 43 2, 66 | concupiscible, which has ~a smaller share of reason, as stated in 44 2, 81 | father's sin, unless he share in his ~guilt. It is thus 45 2, 81 | their parents, unless they share in their guilt, either in ~ 46 2, 83 | man that can in any way ~share in that guilt, either as 47 2, 88 | species which have an equal share of the ~generic nature: 48 2, 90 | in so far as they have a ~share of fire. Consequently, since 49 2, 91 | far as it partakes of a share of providence, by ~being 50 2, 91 | others. Wherefore it has a share ~of the Eternal Reason, 51 2, 103 | sacraments, in which Christians share, are the ~actual representation."~ 52 2, 105 | that all should take some ~share in the government: for this 53 2, 108 | solicitude even other animals share ~with man: wherefore it 54 2, 113 | at the eternal good of a share in the ~Godhead, is greater 55 2, 2 | Me." Now man acquires a share of ~this learning, not indeed 56 2, 18 | strive to obtain a perfect ~share of spiritual goods, needs 57 2, 19 | man ~ceasing to hope for a share of God's goodness. Hence 58 2, 22 | are formally wise, is a share of Divine wisdom), so ~too, 59 2, 24 | But the body can have no share in that enjoyment. ~Therefore 60 2, 24 | body has, in a fashion, a share of happiness, ~it can be 61 2, 24 | 3: The wicked have some share of self-love, in so far 62 2, 24 | happiness, in which men ~share in common with the angels. 63 2, 24 | mind. But the demons also share in our fellowship thus, 64 2, 25 | receiving together with us a share of happiness from Him.~Aquin.: 65 2, 25 | from the very fact that we ~share along with our neighbor 66 2, 25 | all who are able to have a share of that ~happiness.~Aquin.: 67 2, 25 | greater in itself, than our share of good in enjoying Him. 68 2, 25 | that man himself has a ~share of the Divine good, is a 69 2, 25 | partner with him in that share. Therefore man, out of ~ 70 2, 25 | sin, which counteracts his share ~of happiness, not even 71 2, 25 | better men have a ~fuller share of happiness. And this regards 72 2, 30 | art be most solicitous to share his skill and profit ~with 73 2, 37 | deprives a man chiefly of a share in ~the sacraments. But 74 2, 45 | prudent in so far as he has a share in ruling and ~governing. 75 2, 45 | as he is rational, has a share in ~ruling according to 76 2, 48 | in so far as they have a ~share of kingly government.~Aquin.: 77 2, 51 | as all the virtues have a share of prudence, in ~so far 78 2, 51 | have all vices and sins a share of ~imprudence, because 79 2, 61 | account of ~their having a share of the dignity of God Who 80 2, 64 | property, and gives others a share: ~but he sins if he excludes 81 2, 69 | who is a servant to art share his skill with his neighbor; 82 2, 83 | and indirectly ~when we share them with our neighbor for 83 2, 84 | many parishes monks have a share in the oblations. ~Now " 84 2, 85 | lest she appear to have a share in their sins: but ~when 85 2, 92 | account of their having a ~share of the godhead; but we call 86 2, 93 | not from a rightly ordered share ~of something divine, but 87 2, 96 | that he should take his share of the state's ~burdens 88 2, 96 | s ~burdens if he takes a share of its goods.~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 98 | profit of those ~who had a share in his simony; for instance, 90 2, 112 | belongs to the wise man to share his pleasures with those 91 2, 129 | to ~desire more than his share of honor. Secondly, when 92 2, 159 | another. For those who have a share of ~God's gifts know that 93 2, 170 | that they have a ~greater share in the perfection of the 94 2, 181 | the greater number have a ~share in public actions. Wherefore 95 2, 182 | in so far as they have a share ~in their cure. Hence we 96 2, 184 | far as they have a certain share in those things that belong ~ 97 2, 185 | temporal goods wish to have a ~share, the use of such gifts would 98 2, 185 | night, end have no ~other share on earth but God alone, 99 3, 3 | natural Son, men should share this likeness of sonship ~ 100 3, 7 | as it leads others to a share of His ~perfection. And 101 3, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we share bodies with the brutes. 102 3, 16 | Him in affection, and in a share of the Divine authority 103 3, 19 | the Holy Ghost ~no-wise share in, except, as one might 104 3, 19 | and the Holy Ghost do ~not share, except by Their merciful 105 3, 19 | Father and the Holy Ghost ~share. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 106 3, 21 | Him, ~but that others may share in that which passes on 107 3, 27 | to God, have a ~greater share than men, in the effects 108 3, 46 | that He might be made to share their guilt. But it did 109 3, 49 | through faith, that ~we may share in its fruits, according 110 3, 49 | sins of individuals, who share in His ~Passion by faith 111 3, 56 | and afterwards may come to share in the likeness of His ~ 112 3, 57 | the body derives a greater share in the ~Divine goodness 113 3, 58 | is nothing else than to share in the glory of the ~Godhead 114 3, 58 | assumed human nature to share in God's mightier ~gifts, 115 3, 58 | beatitude." But many ~more share in this. Therefore it does 116 3, 63 | that seeks happiness to a share in Itself, and grants this ~ 117 3, 63 | Itself, and grants this ~share to him by conferring on 118 3, 63 | a kind of sign ~grants a share of Himself to those that 119 3, 63 | Christ's faithful have a share in His Priesthood; in the 120 3, 64 | resemble the angels as to their share ~of glory, but not as to 121 3, 65 | instrumental power which is a ~share of Christ's power, as we 122 3, 66 | the neophyte may have a share ~in Christ's kingdom, and 123 3, 69 | greater, some a smaller share of the grace of newness; ~ 124 3, 73 | nor is he deprived of his share in that body and chalice 125 3, 77 | quality. But no ~liquid can share in the quality of the sacramental 126 3, 79 | life to come our body will share in the ~incorruption and 127 3, 80 | those are to be allowed to share in the eating who are united 128 3, 80 | sacrificer is known to have ~a share?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 129 3, 82 | priestly order, has a ~certain share in the latter's duties, 130 3, 82 | sacrificer is known to have a ~share?" But it is by partaking 131 3, 82 | sacrifice that he has a share in ~it, as the Apostle says ( 132 3, 83 | Himself, in ~Whom we ask to share; because it is said of this 133 3, 85 | towards God, it must have a share ~in matter pertaining to 134 3, 85 | a moral virtue, it has a share of ~prudence, which directs 135 3, 86 | according to the measure of his share in the ~power of Christ' 136 Suppl, 11| particular case has a kind of share in the ~act of the keys, 137 Suppl, 11| does he have a certain share in the act of the seal of 138 Suppl, 13| God's image, has a certain share of ~liberty, in so far as 139 Suppl, 20| priest might happen ~to share in a sin committed by his 140 Suppl, 23| deprives a man merely of a share in the ~sacraments, but 141 Suppl, 24| excommunicated person has no share in the sacraments ~of the 142 Suppl, 26| bishops are appointed to a share ~in his solicitude, like 143 Suppl, 27| as this: "I grant you a share in the merits of the ~whole 144 Suppl, 27| himself. Therefore he cannot ~share in the indulgence of which 145 Suppl, 34| Since thou wilt have a share, if faithfully," etc.~Aquin.: 146 Suppl, 36| God, and have a greater share of His favors, ~as Dionysius 147 Suppl, 49| each one contributes his share of work to the common stock, ~ 148 Suppl, 55| carnal intercourse does not share in the ~same stock, but 149 Suppl, 62| good name, lest he seem to share in her guilt, ~or in order 150 Suppl, 65| that several wives should ~share one husband.~Aquin.: SMT 151 Suppl, 65| and ~her son should have a share in the inheritance. Yet 152 Suppl, 69| souls ~that have a perfect share of the Godhead are in heaven, 153 Suppl, 69| that are deprived of that share are assigned to a contrary 154 Suppl, 71| which I do, because the share of glory is ~awarded according 155 Suppl, 71| life ~everlasting." Now a share of eternal life is not given 156 Suppl, 75| nature and have an equal share ~of light and darkness. 157 Suppl, 76| and the body is made to share that ~being by the resurrection, 158 Suppl, 77| so it is clear ~that they share in some operation, which 159 Suppl, 77| although not so far as to share in the ~operation of sense, 160 Suppl, 77| species of wine, it does ~not share the species of wine as perfectly 161 Suppl, 80| they will have a certain share ~in glory, and not as though 162 Suppl, 81| even without movement to share the Divine goodness much 163 Suppl, 86| Neither therefore do they share with Him ~in the judicial 164 Suppl, 90| consequently has a more perfect share of happiness, since ~this 165 Suppl, 91| But the blessed cannot share in any unhappiness. Therefore ~ 166 Suppl, 93| denotes virginity, which has a share in the ~angelic excellence; 167 Appen1, 1| they will have a large ~share of God's goodness and their 168 Appen1, 1| are united to Him by their share of natural goods, and so


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