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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cleansing

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1 1, 105 | and perfect another. But cleansing ~and perfecting seem to 2 1, 105 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Cleansing and perfecting are to be 3 1, 105 | angel is to be understood as cleansing from ~the defect of nescience 4 1, 107 | according to the actions of "cleansing," "enlightening," ~and " 5 1, 107 | the order of deacons is "cleansing," the order of ~priests, 6 1, 107 | them to ~a like fervor, and cleansing them wholly by their heat. 7 1, 108 | Enlightenment is not without cleansing and perfecting, ~as stated 8 2, 61 | purgatoriae: ~literally meaning, cleansing virtues]; thirdly, there 9 2, 69 | perfected in himself, is the cleansing ~of man's heart, so that 10 2, 102 | dove; but specially, in the cleansing of a leper, an offering 11 2, 102 | Expiation signified the cleansing ~of the Christian people 12 2, 102 | things with a view to the cleansing of others contract certain ~ 13 2, 103 | as are defiled, to the ~cleansing of the flesh." And just 14 2, 103 | hand, they had no power of cleansing from uncleanness of ~the 15 2, 103 | impediments from them, "to the cleansing of the flesh," as the ~Apostle 16 2, 103 | which were prescribed in the cleansing of ~a leper, were not ordained 17 2, 103 | leprosy, not before, but after cleansing. But these ceremonies ~were 18 2, 112 | Coel. Hier. vii) that "this cleansing and enlightenment and ~perfecting 19 2, 179 | angel teaches another by cleansing, enlightening, and ~perfecting 20 2, 182 | that of the ministers is cleansing and discretive." Hence ~ 21 3, 4 | cleanse all, not to need cleansing ~Himself; just as in every 22 3, 22 | required for the perfect cleansing from ~sins, corresponding 23 3, 27 | speaking, is nothing ~but the cleansing from original sin: for sanctification 24 3, 27 | sanctification is a "perfect ~cleansing," as Dionysius says (Div. 25 3, 31 | whom we are reconciled by cleansing ~and expiating. With reason 26 3, 34 | sanctification seems to be a cleansing from sin: ~according to 27 3, 34 | our sanctification is a cleansing from sin. Whereas Christ, 28 3, 38 | effect, which is the inward cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 29 3, 39 | or any such thing . . . cleansing it by the laver of water 30 3, 43 | majesty, for the ghostly cleansing" ~whereby He cast out demons, " 31 3, 46 | oblation for the whole world, a cleansing for ~all."~Aquin.: SMT TP 32 3, 48 | else is there so clean for cleansing ~mortals as the flesh born 33 3, 49 | each individual for the cleansing of personal sins. Now this 34 3, 49 | from sin, so far as the ~cleansing of the individual is concerned. 35 3, 60 | that He might sanctify it, ~cleansing it by the laver of water 36 3, 60 | water may signify both a ~cleansing by reason of its humidity, 37 3, 60 | order to signify a spiritual cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 38 3, 60 | sensible actions, such ~as cleansing and anointing and such like: 39 3, 60 | commonly used by men for bodily cleansing, by which the spiritual ~ 40 3, 60 | by which the spiritual ~cleansing is signified: and therefore 41 3, 62 | substance, achieves the ~cleansing of the soul. It does indeed, 42 3, 64 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Cleansing in so far as it is attributed 43 3, 64 | ordained for the purpose ~of cleansing from sin and for the bestowal 44 3, 64 | manner, i.e. ~invisibly - by cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting.~ 45 3, 65 | Matrimony. ~The actions are "cleansing," "enlightening," and "perfecting." 46 3, 65 | and "perfecting." Mere ~cleansing, however, cannot be a sacrament 47 3, 65 | catechism and ~exorcism. But cleansing coupled with enlightening, 48 3, 66 | with a regenerating and cleansing virtue." ~But all waters 49 3, 66 | signifies and causes the cleansing from sins. By ~reason of 50 3, 66 | latter ~sacrament derives its cleansing virtue from the power of 51 3, 66 | according to Eph. 5:26: "Cleansing it by the laver of water 52 3, 66 | according to Eph. 5:26: "Cleansing it by the ~laver of water 53 3, 66 | our Baptism, as to ~the cleansing from sins: also "the Baptism 54 3, 67 | of the deacon's duty. But cleansing from sins is effected specially ~ 55 3, 67 | according to Eph. 5:26: "Cleansing it by the laver of water ~ 56 3, 67 | has a power not ~only of "cleansing" but also of "enlightening." 57 3, 68 | according to Eph. 5:26: "Cleansing ~it by the laver of water 58 3, 68 | prepares himself for the inward cleansing: while this cannot be ~the 59 3, 69 | certain likeness with the cleansing from the stain of sin, ~ 60 3, 69 | punishment, just as ~by cleansing it signifies the washing 61 3, 69 | signify." But the baptismal cleansing ~signifies the cleansing 62 3, 69 | cleansing ~signifies the cleansing of the soul from guilt, 63 3, 69 | the baptismal water by its cleansing signifies the ~washing away 64 3, 70 | children unto sanctification by cleansing them from the original ~ 65 3, 72 | the matter, which is the cleansing water, and the effect, ~ 66 3, 73 | the sacrament, ~just as cleansing with water causes the baptismal 67 3, 73 | character and spiritual ~cleansing, as stated above (Q[63], 68 3, 74 | the purpose of spiritual cleansing, since bodily ~cleansing 69 3, 74 | cleansing, since bodily ~cleansing is commonly done with water; 70 3, 74 | the water is denoted the cleansing from sins, which was the 71 3, 79 | May this sacrament be a cleansing from crimes." But ~mortal 72 3, 79 | this sacrament may be the "cleansing of ~crimes," or of those 73 3, 83 | extremities of the limbs denotes cleansing from ~even the smallest 74 3, 83 | wash his feet." And such cleansing is required of him ~who 75 3, 83 | suffices far denoting perfect cleansing. For, ~since the hand is 76 Suppl, 10| far as ~punishment is a cleansing and perfecting remedy; and 77 Suppl, 15| he accepts them for the cleansing of his sins, by taking advantage 78 Suppl, 18| with Him in the ~inward cleansing. Now if he remitted sins 79 Suppl, 18| co-operate with God in the inward cleansing. Therefore the power of 80 Suppl, 18| the New Law declare ~the cleansing effected by God. In this 81 Suppl, 29| sacrament aims at either cleansing, or enlightening, or perfecting. 82 Suppl, 29| Unction does not aim at either cleansing, or enlightening, for ~this 83 Suppl, 29| possesses an enlightening and cleansing power, even as Baptism, 84 Suppl, 30| Baptism causes a spiritual cleansing from ~spiritual stains by 85 Suppl, 30| it ~effects even a bodily cleansing, so too, Extreme Unction 86 Suppl, 30| washing causes a bodily cleansing ~by a natural property of 87 Suppl, 34| principal effect, but the inward cleansing; ~wherefore Baptism would 88 Suppl, 37| distinguished in reference to cleansing, ~enlightening, and perfecting. 89 Suppl, 37| enlightening to the priests, and cleansing to all ~the ministers. Wherefore 90 Suppl, 37| chiefly instituted for the cleansing of sins, namely Baptism, ~ 91 Suppl, 40| Hier. v), extends only to cleansing and enlightening, whereas 92 Suppl, 45| Baptism the ~inward spiritual cleansing is effected by a bodily 93 Suppl, 45| is effected by a bodily cleansing. Wherefore, ~since in matrimony 94 Suppl, 45| answer that, The outward cleansing stands in the same relation 95 Suppl, 45| person to receive the outward cleansing, ~with the intention, not 96 Suppl, 72| inquiry:~(1) Whether any cleansing of the world is to take 97 Suppl, 72| that there is not to be any cleansing of the world. ~For only 98 Suppl, 72| that which is unclean needs cleansing. Now God's creatures are ~ 99 Suppl, 72| according to Divine justice cleansing is directed to the ~removal 100 Suppl, 72| sin, as instanced in the cleansing after ~death. But there 101 Suppl, 72| a thing is not called a cleansing, but rather a diminishing. 102 Suppl, 72| effected by some kind of cleansing. But ~the elements will 103 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the cleansing of the world will be effected 104 Suppl, 72| It would seem that this cleansing will not be effected by 105 Suppl, 72| Therefore it would seem that the cleansing will not be by fire.~Aquin.: 106 Suppl, 72| Further, just as fire has a cleansing virtue so has water. Since ~ 107 Suppl, 72| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, this cleansing would seem to consist in 108 Suppl, 72| the end of the world the cleansing will be done immediately 109 Suppl, 72| would seem that the ~final cleansing of the world will be by 110 Suppl, 72| burning heat." Therefore ~this cleansing will be effected by fire.~ 111 Suppl, 72| stated above (A[1]) this cleansing of the world will ~remove 112 Suppl, 72| is most efficacious in ~cleansing and in separating by a process 113 Suppl, 72| 1~Reply OBJ 2: The first cleansing of the world by the deluge 114 Suppl, 72| it was fitting that the cleansing ~should be by means of its 115 Suppl, 72| namely water. But the second ~cleansing regards both the stain of 116 Suppl, 72| cold," and consequently the cleansing will then be fittingly effected 117 Suppl, 72| nature. But by the final ~cleansing things will be restored 118 Suppl, 72| Further, just as the future cleansing is to be by fire, so was 119 Suppl, 72| by fire, so was the past ~cleansing by water: and they are both 120 Suppl, 72| 3:5. ~Now in the first cleansing the water was of the same 121 Suppl, 72| the fire of the second ~cleansing will be of the same species 122 Suppl, 72| bodies, the time of this ~cleansing would be known to those 123 Suppl, 72| 1/1~I answer that, The cleansing of the world will be for 124 Suppl, 72| most ~noble state by this cleansing. Therefore the other elements 125 Suppl, 72| 2/2~Further, this final cleansing that will be effected by 126 Suppl, 72| correspond to the first cleansing which was effected by water. 127 Suppl, 72| be cleansed by the final cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 128 Suppl, 72| believed ~to have the power of cleansing itself." Therefore at least 129 Suppl, 72| have in itself the power of cleansing, yet not ~such a power as 130 Suppl, 72| OBJ 3: The purpose of this cleansing will be chiefly to remove 131 Suppl, 72| and consequently in this ~cleansing all that is foul will be 132 Suppl, 72| Consequently that place needs no cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 133 Suppl, 72| saying that "whatever needs cleansing in any way ~shall be cleansed 134 Suppl, 72| will not suffice for their ~cleansing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 135 Suppl, 72| good, in whom matter for cleansing will be found, ~will suffer 136 Suppl, 72| fire will obey God in the cleansing of the world: ~therefore 137 Suppl, 72| answer that, The entire cleansing of the world and the renewal 138 Suppl, 72| renewal for the ~purpose of cleansing will be directed to the 139 Suppl, 72| man: and ~consequently the cleansing and renewal of the world 140 Suppl, 72| needs correspond ~with the cleansing and renewal of mankind. 141 Suppl, 72| it ~will be thus with the cleansing of the world, so that all 142 Suppl, 72| since the substance of the cleansing fire will not all be cast ~ 143 Suppl, 72| retribution simply, but rather a cleansing, ~which is wrought separately 144 Suppl, 88| bodies will be caused by the cleansing fire. But the cleansing 145 Suppl, 88| cleansing fire. But the cleansing fire will ~not reach the 146 Suppl, 88| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The cleansing fire will not cause the 147 Suppl, 88| only dispose thereto, by cleansing from the vileness of sin 148 Suppl, 93| Now angels teach us by ~cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting [* 149 Suppl, 94| in Ps. 38), at the final cleansing of the world, there will 150 Suppl, 94| is above all possessed of cleansing power. But the punishment 151 Suppl, 94| is not directed to their cleansing. Consequently the ~comparison 152 Appen1, 2| of punishment. For every cleansing is in respect of some ~uncleanness. 153 Appen2, 1| Therefore after this life no cleansing labor awaits those who die 154 Appen2, 1| Therefore some kind of cleansing remains after ~this life.~ 155 Appen2, 1| there remains some kind of cleansing after this life.~Aquin.: 156 Appen2, 1| substance, but ~temporary in its cleansing effect.~Aquin.: SMT XP App.


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