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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 49 | the fact that he does not fulfil what the safety of the ship ~ 2 1, 50 | the fact that he does not fulfil what the safety of the ship ~ 3 1, 107 | the heavenly "Virtues" who fulfil the ~Divine commands.~Aquin.: 4 1, 111 | that "the higher ranks fulfil ~no exterior service."~Aquin.: 5 2, 65 | Now it is not possible to fulfil the whole Law, without having 6 2, 74 | pleasure without deciding to fulfil it by ~deed, belongs to 7 2, 74 | than if it be decided to fulfil it by deed: wherefore we 8 2, 74 | there be no decision to fulfil it, on account of the prohibition 9 2, 88 | it does not ~completely fulfil the conditions of a moral 10 2, 96 | directive force; but he should fulfil it to his own free-will 11 2, 98 | confer grace enabling man to fulfil what is prescribed, ~and 12 2, 98 | the law, are helped to fulfil what they desire to do. 13 2, 98 | through his being unable to fulfil what he knew. Hence, as 14 2, 100 | it follows that one can fulfil the precepts of the law 15 2, 100 | charity. Therefore one can fulfil the precepts ~of the law 16 2, 100 | one not having charity to fulfil this ~precept: because he 17 2, 100 | Consequently man cannot fulfil the precept of ~charity, 18 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 3: Man cannot fulfil all the precepts of the 19 2, 100 | precepts of the law, unless he ~fulfil the precept of charity, 20 2, 100 | maintained, for man to ~fulfil the law without grace.~Aquin.: 21 2, 100 | of the Law are those who fulfil the precepts of the Law. ~ 22 2, 101 | the Jews, were ~they to fulfil all the precepts of the 23 2, 107 | that the New Law does not fulfil the Old. Because ~to fulfil 24 2, 107 | fulfil the Old. Because ~to fulfil and to void are contrary. 25 2, 107 | acts against a law does not fulfil the law. But ~Christ in 26 2, 107 | Therefore ~Christ did not fulfil the Law: and so the New 27 2, 107 | come to destroy, ~but to fulfil": and went on to say (Mt. 28 2, 107 | to be circumcised ~and to fulfil the other legal observances, 29 2, 108 | seems that, by omitting to fulfil ~the other precepts, He 30 2, 108 | Lastly, He teaches us how to fulfil the teaching of the Gospel; 31 2, 108 | the mind to be prepared to fulfil them," as Augustine ~says ( 32 2, 109 | so that he is unable to fulfil it by his ~own natural powers. 33 2, 109 | his own natural powers can fulfil the ~commandments of the 34 2, 109 | own natural ~powers, can fulfil the commandments of the 35 2, 109 | without grace. Hence a man can fulfil the commandments of the 36 2, 109 | Now what a man cannot fulfil by himself is impossible 37 2, 109 | him. ~Therefore a man can fulfil all the commandments of 38 2, 109 | his natural endowments can fulfil this command by ~loving 39 2, 109 | 3]). Therefore man can ~fulfil all the commandments of 40 2, 109 | that without grace man can fulfil ~all the Divine commandments."~ 41 2, 109 | of perfect nature could fulfil all the commandments of 42 2, 109 | corrupted nature man cannot fulfil all the Divine commandments 43 2, 109 | corrupt ~nature can man fulfil the commandments of the 44 2, 109 | God's motion in order to fulfil the ~commandments, as stated 45 2, 109 | purely natural endowments, fulfil the ~precept of the love 46 2, 109 | been said (A[4]), that to fulfil the commandments of the 47 2, 109 | imperfect, if it does not fulfil what it was given ~for. 48 2, 114 | friendship that God should fulfil man's desire for the salvation 49 2, 2 | enough if he be ready to fulfil them: as is evidenced by 50 2, 2 | Law, which man is bound to fulfil, ~concern acts of virtue 51 2, 4 | inclination of the will to fulfil God's commandments. In this 52 2, 4 | denotes an inclination to fulfil the commandments ~considered 53 2, 8 | that, however, does not fulfil all the conditions of a 54 2, 10 | even as ~he who fails to fulfil what he has promised, sins 55 2, 10 | compulsion, that they may fulfil what ~they have promised, 56 2, 28 | result being that we wish to fulfil our neighbor's will as though 57 2, 31 | burdens, and so you shall fulfil the law of Christ," ~which 58 2, 31 | Let priests ~endeavor to fulfil this saying of the Gospel: ' 59 2, 31 | prelate: "Say to Archippus: Fulfil thy ministry [*Vulg.: 'Take 60 2, 31 | received in the Lord, that thou fulfil it.' ~Cf. 2 Tim. 4:5]." 61 2, 33 | while others are drowsy and fulfil them with negligence. All ~ 62 2, 42 | Whether it is possible to fulfil this precept in this life?~( 63 2, 42 | possible in this life to fulfil this precept of the love 64 2, 42 | this life it is possible to fulfil this ~precept of the love 65 2, 42 | Therefore it is possible to fulfil this precept in this life. ~ 66 2, 42 | Further, whoever does not fulfil a precept sins mortally, 67 2, 42 | on the way one man will fulfil it ~more perfectly than 68 2, 42 | so too he ~that does not fulfil this precept on the way, 69 2, 62 | clerics ~especially should fulfil the precept of the Apostle ( 70 2, 77 | not doing what she can to fulfil her vow by ~observing continence. 71 2, 79 | it makes us faithful, and fulfil our just ~obligations to 72 2, 81 | excellence, whereby He is able to fulfil it - wherefore we say: ~" 73 2, 81 | us": and sinners do not fulfil this. Therefore either ~ 74 2, 81 | 1], provided ~however he fulfil the four conditions given 75 2, 86 | although he does not ~yet fulfil his promise: even so, he 76 2, 86 | will to ~bind oneself to fulfil it at once, one is bound 77 2, 86 | at once, one is bound to fulfil it immediately. ~But if 78 2, 86 | immediately. ~But if one intend to fulfil it at a certain time, or 79 2, 86 | to him if ~he should not fulfil it after taking the vow. 80 2, 86 | far as one vows to God ~to fulfil what one has promised to 81 2, 86 | cheerful giver." Now some fulfil sorrowfully what they have ~ 82 2, 86 | taken ~the vow, the will to fulfil it remaining withal, it 83 2, 86 | law and Divine precept to ~fulfil his vow, so, too, is he 84 2, 86 | does not require that we fulfil ~that which it would be 85 2, 86 | religion is not bound to fulfil ~the vows, whether of fasting 86 2, 87 | thereto, if one were to ~fulfil what one has sworn to do: 87 2, 87 | Sometimes it is wrong to fulfil a ~promise, and to keep 88 2, 87 | of which he is bound to fulfil what he has promised in 89 2, 87 | owe God, which binds us to fulfil our ~promises to Him. On 90 2, 96 | sinful. Whoever does not ~fulfil what he has confirmed on 91 2, 96 | thus a state may ~swear to fulfil some obligation, and afterwards 92 2, 96 | not bound, as by oath, to fulfil whatever the ~state has 93 2, 96 | Wherefore he who fails to fulfil an oath which he took ~under 94 2, 99 | which they may not break to ~fulfil the observances of religion. 95 2, 103 | disobedient when he does not ~fulfil a superior's command. But 96 2, 103 | seldom, if ever, possible to fulfil them. Therefore if ~disobedience 97 2, 103 | that they are unable to fulfil them, they are excused from 98 2, 117 | becoming to the ~perfect, who fulfil the words of Our Lord (Mt. 99 2, 138 | that man be prepared to fulfil them when necessary, so 100 2, 140 | many pleasures, in order to fulfil their ~respective duties. 101 2, 145 | judgment in omitting to fulfil the precept, ~especially 102 2, 147 | the ~Church, who should fulfil their spiritual duties with 103 2, 168 | are especially induced to fulfil ~the Law, because these 104 2, 182 | way, but it is enough to fulfil it ~in any way whatever. 105 2, 182 | they do not keep, and some fulfil that to ~which they have 106 2, 183 | bishops bind themselves to fulfil the pastoral ~office for 107 2, 183 | for another be unable to fulfil his ~engagement, it suffices 108 2, 183 | engagement, it suffices that he fulfil it through another. Hence 109 2, 184 | each of them is bound ~to fulfil all the counsels.~Aquin.: 110 2, 184 | state of perfection to ~fulfil all the counsels, it would 111 2, 184 | it would seem enough to fulfil some of them. But ~this 112 2, 184 | who lead a secular life fulfil some of the ~counsels, for 113 2, 184 | perfection is bound to ~fulfil whatever pertains to perfection: 114 2, 184 | mind, so that one has ~to fulfil them when necessity requires; 115 2, 184 | reason he is not bound to fulfil those things that result ~ 116 2, 184 | he is bound to intend to fulfil ~them: against which intention 117 2, 184 | religious to be bound to fulfil ~all of them.~Aquin.: SMT 118 2, 185 | v, Ep. 1): "No man can fulfil ~ecclesiastical duties, 119 2, 185 | would seem that they ~cannot fulfil ecclesiastical duties, whereof 120 2, 185 | burthens: and so you shall fulfil the law of ~Christ," since 121 2, 185 | are unwilling not only to fulfil, but even to understand ~ 122 2, 187 | enter religion are bound to ~fulfil their vow?~(4) Whether those 123 2, 187 | For it is impossible to fulfil the commandment which ~says, 124 2, 187 | Now one is compelled to fulfil what one has ~vowed. Therefore 125 2, 187 | of salvation unless ~one fulfil that vow. Such a necessity 126 2, 187 | a ~man is not obliged to fulfil the vow by which he bound 127 2, 187 | is under an obligation to fulfil what he has ~vowed, provided 128 2, 187 | enters religion in order to fulfil a vow ~which he had previously 129 2, 187 | forthwith, does ~not seem to fulfil his vow, since this was 130 2, 187 | who are in religion can fulfil the commandment of ~honoring 131 2, 187 | so long as he is able to fulfil it. Wherefore if a person 132 2, 187 | then a priest is ~able to fulfil the cure of souls, to which 133 2, 187 | Further, a person is bound to fulfil what he has vowed, as long ~ 134 2, 187 | in the ~present tense, to fulfil his vow so long as the marriage 135 2, 187 | consummated, because he can fulfil the vow by entering religion. ~ 136 2, 187 | severe order is not bound to fulfil a simple vow he has taken 137 3, 1 | become incarnate, in order to fulfil God's predestination.~Aquin.: 138 3, 1 | this. But God ~does not fulfil all such capabilities, otherwise 139 3, 7 | merit which He did ~not fulfil more perfectly Himself.~ 140 3, 21 | will to God that He may fulfil ~it. Now Christ wished to 141 3, 37 | wished His ~Mother also to fulfil the prescriptions of the 142 3, 37 | uncleanness, yet she ~wished to fulfil the observance of purification, 143 3, 37 | that she was not bound to fulfil that ~precept, but fulfilled 144 3, 39 | circumcised in order to fulfil the law. But ~baptism was 145 3, 39 | saying: "So it becometh us to fulfil all justice" (Mt. ~3:15). 146 3, 39 | that Christ should not only fulfil what was ~prescribed by 147 3, 39 | because He Himself could not ~fulfil it, He did away with it."~ 148 3, 39 | suddenly into existence, to fulfil the purpose of its ~signification, 149 3, 45 | A[1], ad 2), He might fulfil ~the mysteries of our redemption 150 3, 59 | the future, when He shall fulfil His will regarding all ~ 151 3, 62 | clear that they ~perfectly fulfil the conditions of a sacrament; 152 3, 64 | state of ~sin he attempts to fulfil that ministry.~Aquin.: SMT 153 3, 66 | figures by Christ, Who came to fulfil and replace the figure by 154 3, 67 | that, Every man is bound to fulfil those duties which he has ~ 155 3, 70 | in the desert failing to ~fulfil the precept of circumcision, 156 Suppl, 58| honestly endeavored to ~fulfil their marital intercourse,


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