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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | incorporeal things, can be raised up to see God. ~Therefore 2 1, 12 | corporeal sense cannot be raised up to understand ~incorporeal 3 1, 12 | altogether material, cannot be ~raised up to immateriality. But 4 1, 12 | in its own nature, can be raised ~up above its own nature 5 1, 12 | parts; it can by grace be raised up to ~know separate subsisting 6 1, 12 | that, Everything which is raised up to what exceeds its nature, ~ 7 1, 12 | in order that it may be ~raised up to such a great and sublime 8 1, 12 | this mortal life ~should be raised up to the supreme of intelligible 9 1, 21 | and ~they are the more raised up from earthly affections 10 1, 25 | the Blessed Virgin Mary is raised above all the choirs of 11 1, 61 | weight that no one has ever raised ~objection to his teaching, 12 1, 68 | from the waters which are raised above a ~part of the atmosphere, 13 1, 68 | the ~firmament have been raised in the form of vapors, and 14 1, 76 | by reason of itself to be raised ~up. And as a light body 15 1, 62 | weight that no one has ever raised ~objection to his teaching, 16 1, 69 | from the waters which are raised above a ~part of the atmosphere, 17 1, 69 | the ~firmament have been raised in the form of vapors, and 18 1, 75 | by reason of itself to be raised ~up. And as a light body 19 1, 87 | the human mind cannot be raised up to immaterial contemplation ~ 20 1, 90 | alone, as for the dead to be raised to life, or the blind to 21 1, 101 | nature of the earth to be raised up so high, and ~because 22 1, 106 | mentioned is not a bodily voice raised by reason of ~the local 23 1, 107 | site; because seats are raised above the ~earth, and to 24 1, 107 | are called "Thrones" are raised up to the ~immediate knowledge 25 1, 107 | for the "Thrones" ~are raised up so as to be the familiar 26 1, 111 | enlightened, that ~Lazarus was raised from the dead, was accomplished 27 1, 116 | thus Peter, by ~prayer, raised the dead Tabitha to life, 28 2, 4 | to attain it, yet it is raised above the capability of 29 2, 4 | souls of the Blessed are raised to the higher orders of 30 2, 4 | the saints, but a ~heaven raised on the height of spiritual 31 2, 5 | that is united to ~God is raised above all other things: 32 2, 28 | may be due to ~his being raised to a higher knowledge; thus, 33 2, 28 | sense and reason, when he is raised up so as to comprehend things ~ 34 2, 98 | written (Is. ~41:2): "Who hath raised up the just one form the 35 2, 102 | called the "propitiatory," raised above the wings of the ~ 36 2, 105 | succeeded Josue that God "raised . . . up a saviour" for 37 2, 109 | since it is nobler, can be raised by the help of grace to 38 2, 113 | gave sight to the blind or raised the dead. Now the will of 39 2, 6 | to matters of faith, is raised above his ~nature, this 40 2, 6 | in order that he ~may be raised to things which are above 41 2, 10 | in the war which he had ~raised against his father. Thus 42 2, 36 | voice. But ~the voice is raised on account of anger, as 43 2, 37 | seditions and wars were raised ~therein [*Vulg.: 'This 44 2, 37 | provinces, and . . . wars were raised therein of old']." Now ~ 45 2, 65 | Dan. 13:45) that "the Lord raised up the . . . spirit of a 46 2, 81 | prayer our mind should be raised up to God. But by ~asking 47 2, 81 | of the person praying is ~raised to God, because by means 48 2, 81 | especially the mind ~should be raised up to God; and that "intercessions 49 2, 83 | temples and altars are raised for the offering of ~sacrifices. 50 2, 83 | Yet temples and altars are raised to angels and saints. ~Therefore 51 2, 89 | for those who have been raised to the ~diaconate to serve 52 2, 145 | minds of the ~faithful to be raised to God by devotion: and 53 2, 145 | man ought to be devoutly raised to the glory of eternity, ~ 54 2, 166 | contemplation, since ~thereby it is raised higher above sensible things; 55 2, 169 | intention of the mind ~be raised to the perception of Divine 56 2, 169 | mind's ~intention has been raised to heavenly things, it perceives 57 2, 170 | requires the mind to be raised very ~high in order to contemplate 58 2, 171 | but only when the mind ~is raised to the contemplation of 59 2, 173 | mode and worth that he ~be raised above what he is according 60 2, 176 | after prayer, as when Peter raised to life the dead Tabitha ( 61 2, 181 | because to stand is to be raised upwards. Now one man is 62 2, 181 | and in like manner men are raised upwards in ~various ways 63 2, 183 | enters the episcopal state is raised up in order to ~watch over 64 2, 183 | no man should seek to be raised thus, according to ~Heb. 65 2, 183 | excelled ~not before being raised to the prelacy.~Aquin.: 66 2, 183 | wherefore a monk ~may be raised to the episcopal state wherein 67 2, 183 | Whether religious who are raised to the episcopate are bound 68 2, 183 | seem that religious who are raised to the episcopate are ~not 69 2, 184 | divine favors which have raised ~him to the state of perfection. 70 2, 185 | of the Church may not ~be raised to the sacred orders - or 71 3, 1 | nature should not have been ~raised to something greater after 72 3, 1 | Incarnation human nature is ~raised to its highest perfection; 73 3, 1 | nature is to be finally raised by the Word Incarnate will 74 3, 4 | He assumed that which was raised to such might and glory.~ 75 3, 5 | greatest glory of God to have raised a ~weak and earthly body 76 3, 7 | necessary for human nature to be raised by grace. Thirdly, on account 77 3, 8 | according to Rm. 8:11: "He that raised up Jesus from the dead shall ~ 78 3, 8 | wicked thoughts are always raised up by the suggestion of 79 3, 21 | mind of Christ was always raised up to God, since He was 80 3, 24 | was predestinated to be raised to so great, so ~lofty, 81 3, 25 | corporeal image could be raised to the true God ~Himself, 82 3, 30 | the very fact that man is raised above himself, in ~which 83 3, 31 | this ~objection which was raised by Julian the Apostate; 84 3, 39 | to Dan. 13:45: "The Lord ~raised up the holy spirit of a 85 3, 40 | vi): "If a question be raised about swine ~and lambs, 86 3, 43 | when He forgave sins and raised the dead."~Aquin.: SMT TP 87 3, 51 | from putrefying, just as it raised it up from death.~Aquin.: 88 3, 51 | prove that men are to be raised up by Divine ~power, not 89 3, 52 | Acts 2:24) that "God hath raised up Christ, ~having loosed 90 3, 52 | Acts 2:24): "Whom God hath raised up, ~having loosed the sorrows 91 3, 53 | Testament of some persons raised to life ~by Elias and Eliseus, 92 3, 53 | Women received their dead ~raised to life again": also Christ 93 3, 53 | Christ before His Passion raised three dead ~persons to life. 94 3, 53 | clear: because both those ~raised from the dead in the old 95 3, 53 | old Testament, and those raised by Christ, so ~returned 96 3, 53 | Resurrection. ~For whoever is raised up by another is not the 97 3, 53 | rising. ~But Christ was raised up by another, according 98 3, 53 | Acts 2:24: "Whom God ~hath raised up, having loosed the sorrows 99 3, 53 | and Rm. 8:11: "He ~that raised up Jesus Christ from the 100 3, 53 | Father that He might be raised up again, according ~to 101 3, 53 | necessary for Christ ~to be raised up by God.~Aquin.: SMT TP 102 3, 53 | consequent, ~that Christ was raised up by the Divine power of 103 3, 55 | Acts 3:15): "Whom God hath raised from ~the dead, of which 104 3, 55 | written (Acts 10:40): "Him God raised up the ~third day, and gave 105 3, 55 | they looked ~on, He was raised up." But it was also necessary 106 3, 55 | Resurrection. But the Lord raised up Lazarus in sight of the 107 3, 55 | Reply OBJ 3: Lazarus was raised so that he returned to the 108 3, 56 | the part of them who are raised up, ~who must be likened 109 3, 57 | they ~looked on, He was raised up, and a cloud received 110 3, 57 | own power, though He ~was raised to life by the power of 111 3, 57 | own ~power, and yet was raised up and taken up to heaven 112 3, 57 | things, was by ~His own power raised up above all things."~Aquin.: 113 3, 58 | 2:4,6): "God . . . ~hath raised us up together, and hath 114 3, 58 | Christ Jesus." But to be raised up is not proper to ~Christ. 115 3, 58 | account, since He is already ~raised up, the Apostle says that 116 3, 58 | that God has, so to speak, "raised us up ~together with Him," 117 3, 58 | still we ourselves are not raised up yet, but are to ~be raised 118 3, 58 | raised up yet, but are to ~be raised up, according to Rm. 8:11: " 119 3, 58 | according to Rm. 8:11: "He who raised up Jesus from the ~dead, 120 3, 67 | Christ when baptized was ~not raised by anyone from the font, 121 3, 67 | weakness that the baptized ~is raised from the sacred font by 122 3, 67 | men and women, who have raised ~children in Baptism, that 123 3, 69 | His Passion and death was raised up to a life of glory. ~ 124 3, 69 | yet at ~length he will be raised up to a life of impassibility. 125 3, 69 | says (Rm. 8:11): "He that raised up Jesus Christ from the 126 3, 84 | any leper twice, or twice raised any dead ~man to life. Therefore 127 3, 86 | Therefore a man can be raised up from one sin, while the 128 Suppl, 5 | where the same question was raised ~with regard to Penance.~ 129 Suppl, 35| And ~even though he be raised to the episcopate, those 130 Suppl, 36| On the contrary, Many are raised to the priesthood even who 131 Suppl, 36| some who were monks ~were raised to the priesthood, being 132 Suppl, 36| consequently one ~who is to be raised to Orders is required to 133 Suppl, 36| conversely. Wherefore some are raised to the priesthood, to whom ~ 134 Suppl, 36| the ~sacrament. Others are raised to exercise the other act 135 Suppl, 36| Therefore by this alone he is raised to the degree of Orders.~ 136 Suppl, 36| to correct those who are raised already. But Heli sinned ~ 137 Suppl, 38| And since those who are raised to ~the priesthood need 138 Suppl, 38| no character when he is raised to ~the episcopate. Therefore 139 Suppl, 38| but that those who are raised by them have not this power. 140 Suppl, 38| Reply OBJ 2: When a man is raised to the episcopate he receives 141 Suppl, 39| the contrary, one who is raised to Orders before the age 142 Suppl, 39| some can without sin be ~raised to the minor orders before 143 Suppl, 39| not hinder him from being raised to Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 144 Suppl, 39| disposal of himself, cannot be raised to Orders. If, however, 145 Suppl, 39| Orders. If, however, he be ~raised, he receives the Order, 146 Suppl, 39| invalid, ~for homicides to be raised to Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 147 Suppl, 60| For which reason it has raised ~certain obstacles to prevent 148 Suppl, 71| those who were miraculously raised from the dead, many of whom ~ 149 Suppl, 72| virtue of the fire will be raised over all the elements. Against 150 Suppl, 73| written (Rm. 8:11): ~"He that raised up Jesus Christ from the 151 Suppl, 78| quantity of those who will be raised from the dead is ~not proportionate 152 Suppl, 84| since their intellect is not raised so that they can see God 153 Suppl, 85| and those alone ~to be raised aloft whose business it 154 Suppl, 85| seen thence since being raised in the ~air, and shining 155 Suppl, 86| judge in that his seat* is ~raised above the others: and thus 156 Suppl, 86| namely that they will be raised to the dignity of assessors, 157 Suppl, 86| so far exalted as to be ~raised above the angels both in 158 Suppl, 86| beginning when some were ~raised to bliss, and others plunged


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