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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sanctification

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1 1, 19 | is the will of ~God, your sanctification."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 2 1, 43 | temporally for the creature's sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal 3 1, 43 | Since then the creature's sanctification is by ~sanctifying grace, 4 1, 43 | suffice for the creature's sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 5 1, 43 | mission is for the creature's sanctification. Now every ~creature that 6 1, 43 | Love, ~to be the gift of sanctification; to the Son as the principle 7 1, 43 | belongs to the author of this sanctification. Thus the Son has ~been 8 1, 43 | visibly as the author of sanctification; the Holy Ghost as the ~ 9 1, 43 | Holy Ghost as the ~sign of sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 10 1, 43 | declared as the author ~of sanctification, as explained above. Thus 11 1, 43 | and which is capable of sanctification; whereas any other ~creature 12 1, 43 | creature could be the sign of sanctification. Nor was such a visible ~ 13 1, 73 | sanctified, since the special sanctification ~of every creature consists 14 1, 43 | temporally for the creature's sanctification." But mission is a ~temporal 15 1, 43 | Since then the creature's sanctification is by ~sanctifying grace, 16 1, 43 | suffice for the creature's sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 17 1, 43 | mission is for the creature's sanctification. Now every ~creature that 18 1, 43 | Love, ~to be the gift of sanctification; to the Son as the principle 19 1, 43 | belongs to the author of this sanctification. Thus the Son has been sent 20 1, 43 | visibly as the author of sanctification; the Holy Ghost as the ~ 21 1, 43 | Holy Ghost as the ~sign of sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 22 1, 43 | declared as the author ~of sanctification, as explained above. Thus 23 1, 43 | and which is capable of sanctification; whereas any other ~creature 24 1, 43 | creature could be the sign of sanctification. Nor was such a visible ~ 25 1, 72 | sanctified, since the special sanctification ~of every creature consists 26 2, 3 | You have your fruit unto sanctification, and the end, ~life everlasting." 27 2, 70 | You have your ~fruit unto sanctification." Moreover it is written ( 28 2, 70 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sanctification is effected by all the virtues, 29 2, 98 | signalized by a special sanctification, ~according to the words 30 2, 98 | enacted for the special sanctification of certain ones, ~are binding 31 2, 98 | Old Law was given for the sanctification of those ~from whom Christ 32 2, 100 | third commandment of the sanctification of the Sabbath in ~memory 33 2, 100 | to thoughts; because the ~sanctification of the Sabbath, as the subject 34 2, 100 | was called to mind ~by the sanctification of the Sabbath; wherefore 35 2, 101 | Himself, the Author of our Sanctification: for He sanctified "the ~ 36 2, 101 | sacraments were figures of the sanctification to come. ~Nevertheless to 37 2, 102 | The literal reason for the sanctification of the tabernacle ~and vessels 38 2, 102 | figurative reason is that this sanctification signified the ~sanctification 39 2, 102 | sanctification signified the ~sanctification of the living tabernacle, 40 2, 102 | which were ordained to the sanctification of man.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 41 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That sanctification of priests and their sons, 42 2, 103 | 9:13) in token of that sanctification whereby ~"Jesus" sanctified " 43 2, 108 | pertaining either to the sanctification of a temple ~or of the vessels, 44 2, 1 | matters concerning the sanctification of man are included in one 45 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The sanctification of a creature by grace, 46 2, 83 | ascribed to him, the ~origin of sanctification ought not to be represented 47 2, 92 | flesh ~acquired neither sanctification, as the Gentiles thought, 48 2, 184 | the spirit, perfecting ~sanctification in the fear of God." Now 49 2, 184 | short somewhat of their sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 50 3, 8 | ordained to one act, viz. the sanctification of His soul; ~and the capital 51 3, 26 | that the grace of her sanctification was a grace of preservation. 52 3, 27 | Out. Para. 1/4 - OF THE SANCTIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (SIX 53 3, 27 | consideration: (1) Her sanctification. (2) her virginity; (3) 54 3, 27 | Whether in virtue of this sanctification the fomes of sin was ~entirely 55 3, 27 | Whether the result of this sanctification was that she never sinned?~( 56 3, 27 | Whether in virtue of this sanctification she received the fulness 57 3, 27 | says (Ep. ad Dardan.): "The sanctification, by ~which we become temples 58 3, 27 | Scriptures ~concerning the sanctification of the Blessed Mary as to 59 3, 27 | them in figure." ~Now the sanctification of the tabernacle, of which 60 3, 27 | seems to ~signify the sanctification of the Mother of God, who 61 3, 27 | 1/2~I answer that, The sanctification of the Blessed Virgin cannot 62 3, 27 | reasons. ~First, because the sanctification of which we are speaking, 63 3, 27 | cleansing from original sin: for sanctification is a "perfect ~cleansing," 64 3, 27 | sanctified, the feast of her Sanctification, rather ~than the feast 65 3, 27 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Sanctification is twofold. one is that 66 3, 27 | The other is ~personal sanctification. This is not transmitted 67 3, 27 | xxvi). Therefore by the sanctification in the womb she was not 68 3, 27 | entirely taken away in that sanctification ~whereby the Blessed Virgin 69 3, 27 | others say that, in her first sanctification, the ~fomes remained essentially, 70 3, 27 | away from her by her first sanctification or that it was fettered. ~ 71 3, 27 | this ~respect, the grace of sanctification in the Virgin had the force 72 3, 27 | better to say that by the sanctification in the womb, ~the Virgin 73 3, 27 | bestowed on her in her ~sanctification, and still more perfectly 74 3, 27 | A[3]), after her first sanctification the fomes remained in the ~ 75 3, 27 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: After her sanctification the fomes remained in the 76 3, 27 | although the grace ~of her sanctification contributed to this effect, 77 3, 27 | otherwise the result of her sanctification would have been to render ~ 78 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~Whether, by her sanctification in the womb, the Blessed 79 3, 27 | would seem that, by her sanctification in the womb, the ~Blessed 80 3, 27 | grace at the time of her sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 81 3, 27 | at the ~time of her first sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 82 3, 27 | of God in power . . . of sanctification" (Rm. ~1:4), it was proper 83 3, 27 | was the perfection of her ~sanctification. The second perfection of 84 3, 27 | evil. For at first ~in her sanctification she was delivered from original 85 3, 27 | good. For at first in her sanctification she received grace inclining 86 3, 27 | and John the Baptist's) sanctification in the womb. For ~the leaping 87 3, 27 | would not result from the sanctification of ~anyone unless it were 88 3, 27 | their foreshadowing the sanctification which was to be ~effected 89 3, 27 | received a fuller grace of sanctification than John the Baptist and ~ 90 3, 27 | foreshadow in a special way the ~sanctification effected by Christ. A sign 91 3, 27 | clearly foreshadowing His sanctification, as ~explained above.~Aquin.: 92 3, 32 | Again, He ~is the "Spirit of sanctification," according to Rm. 1:4. 93 3, 32 | According to the Spirit of ~sanctification, i.e. through being conceived 94 3, 32 | Christ might be born unto sanctification according to His body, the ~ 95 3, 34 | which is ~spiritual." But sanctification by grace is something spiritual. 96 3, 34 | Christ received the grace of sanctification, not at the very beginning 97 3, 34 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sanctification seems to be a cleansing 98 3, 34 | made holy: so that ~our sanctification is a cleansing from sin. 99 3, 34 | of His conception. Now, sanctification is twofold: that ~of adults 100 3, 34 | the Church. The former ~sanctification is more perfect than the 101 3, 34 | Since, therefore, the sanctification ~of Christ was most perfect, 102 3, 60 | properly the very end of sanctification. Now the end of ~sanctification 103 3, 60 | sanctification. Now the end of ~sanctification is eternal life, according 104 3, 60 | You have your ~fruit unto sanctification, and the end life everlasting." 105 3, 60 | ordained to signify our sanctification. In which three ~things 106 3, 60 | viz. the very cause of our sanctification, ~which is Christ's passion; 107 3, 60 | passion; the form of our sanctification, which is grace ~and the 108 3, 60 | the ultimate end of our sanctification, which is ~eternal life. 109 3, 60 | worship of God, and the sanctification of man: ~the former of which 110 3, 60 | power. Since, therefore, the sanctification of man is in the ~power 111 3, 60 | should be used for his sanctification, but this should be determined 112 3, 60 | they are ordained unto ~sanctification not through any power that 113 3, 60 | employed ~as signs for man's sanctification. Consequently they can be 114 3, 60 | regard ~to the cause of sanctification, which is the Word incarnate: 115 3, 61 | certain sacraments for his ~sanctification now during the time of grace, 116 3, 62 | 2: Further, there is no sanctification save by grace. But men were ~ 117 3, 62 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That sanctification was but a figure: for they 118 3, 63 | Melchisedech." Consequently, every ~sanctification wrought by His Priesthood, 119 3, 66 | New Law effect a ~certain sanctification, there the sacrament is 120 3, 66 | is completed where the ~sanctification is completed. Now, the sanctification 121 3, 66 | sanctification is completed. Now, the sanctification is not completed in ~water; 122 3, 66 | is the ~subject of true sanctification. Consequently the sacrament 123 3, 66 | wherein ~was the source of the sanctification of our Baptism, the Trinity 124 3, 68 | received the invisible sanctification without visible sacraments, 125 3, 68 | possible to have the visible ~sanctification, consisting in a visible 126 3, 68 | without the invisible ~sanctification, it will be to no profit." 127 3, 68 | pertains to the visible sanctification, it seems that a man ~can 128 3, 68 | means of the ~invisible sanctification.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 129 3, 68 | the child's soul, to the sanctification ~of which Baptism is ordained, 130 3, 68 | to ~receive the grace of sanctification; as was the case with those 131 3, 70 | availed ~little children unto sanctification by cleansing them from the 132 3, 72 | answer that, The entire sanctification of the sacraments is derived ~ 133 3, 72 | matter needs a twofold ~sanctification, by one of which it becomes 134 3, 72 | thee with the chrism of sanctification." Therefore the above is 135 3, 72 | chrism of salvation" or "of sanctification."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 136 3, 72 | ordained not only to the sanctification of man in ~himself, but 137 3, 72 | mention made of interior sanctification, in the words, "I ~confirm 138 Suppl, 8 | wherein there is some kind of sanctification, either by the ~impressing 139 Suppl, 8 | derives its efficacy from the sanctification of the ~matter itself, so 140 Suppl, 8 | of Penance consists in a ~sanctification pronounced by the minister, 141 Suppl, 8 | account of the more plentiful ~sanctification received in Baptism, and 142 Suppl, 18| the baptismal water by its sanctification. Now the baptismal water ~ 143 Suppl, 18| sacraments, by ~virtue of their sanctification, contain an invisible grace." 144 Suppl, 18| invisible grace." Now this ~sanctification is sometimes essential to 145 Suppl, 18| sacrament requires only sanctification of the matter, ~as in Baptism, 146 Suppl, 18| requires the consecration ~or sanctification of the minister without 147 Suppl, 18| the minister without any sanctification of the ~matter, and then 148 Suppl, 29| consecrated. Because there ~is a sanctification in the use of this sacrament, 149 Suppl, 29| words. Therefore another sanctification is superfluous if it be 150 Suppl, 29| baptismal matter needs no sanctification. Neither therefore does 151 Suppl, 29| is needed except for the ~sanctification of the matter, because the 152 Suppl, 29| of Baptism has a certain sanctification of its ~own from the very 153 Suppl, 29| in itself, it requires ~sanctification in its use, so that it may 154 Suppl, 34| is ~nothing else than a sanctification conferred on man with some 155 Suppl, 34| apparently any power of ~sanctification. Therefore it has no matter.~ 156 Suppl, 34| divine power through the sanctification applied by the ~minister; 157 Suppl, 42| sacraments, by virtue of their ~sanctification, confer an invisible grace." 158 Suppl, 42| But matrimony has no ~sanctification essential to it. Therefore 159 Suppl, 42| cause of grace, since no sanctification results ~from them. Therefore 160 Suppl, 42| its very name denotes a sanctification. But ~matrimony is holier 161 Suppl, 70| as we have explained the sanctification of the ~soul by the sacraments ( 162 Suppl, 93| You have your fruit unto sanctification, and ~the end life everlasting." 163 Suppl, 93| of the ~perfection of her sanctification, it is wicked to suppose


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