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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | Because on the words ~"Hold fast that which thou hast, that 2 1, 54 | whereby we sometimes hold fast to images of things as to 3 1, 63 | would have come had he stood fast." These two ~views in a 4 1, 55 | whereby we sometimes hold fast to images of things as to 5 1, 64 | would have come had he stood fast." These two ~views in a 6 2, 7 | instance, that a man ~walk fast or slowly; that he strike 7 2, 19 | instance, when a man wills to fast for God's sake; ~because 8 2, 33 | pleasure in a thing holds it fast, by ~clinging to it with 9 2, 87 | Therefore pride hath held them fast."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 10 2, 9 | because she overcomes the fast of ignorance in the ~mind." 11 2, 18 | beginning of faith is to be fast ~joined to it."~Aquin.: 12 2, 18 | occur, but a fear that holds fast ~to a good which we cannot 13 2, 33 | thus it is that ~those who fast are harassed by sloth towards 14 2, 35 | as one man's will holds fast to one thing, while the 15 2, 35 | other man's ~will holds fast to something else. Now if 16 2, 35 | Now if a man's will holds fast to its ~own ground, this 17 2, 77 | says in an epistle On the Fast of the Sabbath (Ep. xxxvi), ~" 18 2, 86 | for instance, keeping the fast or observing continency; 19 2, 86 | We should abstain or fast without putting ourselves 20 2, 86 | unwillingly." Now he who vows to fast puts himself ~under the 21 2, 86 | would be better for him to ~fast without taking the vow.~ 22 2, 86 | pilgrimage, or some special fast, such a vow ~is not competent 23 2, 111 | they may appear unto men to fast." Wherefore such persons 24 2, 127 | house of Christ, "if we hold fast the confidence and glory 25 2, 134 | consists not only in holding fast to ~good against the fear 26 2, 142 | in their judgments hold fast to ~the truth: so, too, 27 2, 145 | of eating for those who fast;~(8) The meats from which 28 2, 145 | therefrom: else those who do not fast ~would not have the virtue 29 2, 145 | Behold in the day of your fast your own will is founded," 30 2, 145 | further on (Is. 58:4): "You fast for debates and strife and 31 2, 145 | jejunii] [*Literally ~the 'fast of fasting']: while the 32 2, 145 | latter is called the faster's fast, ~because he fasts for a 33 2, 145 | kind of devil" says: "To fast is ~to abstain not only 34 2, 145 | Evang.) that ~"the Lenten fast is a tithe of the whole 35 2, 145 | precept, all who do not fast would ~sin mortally, and 36 2, 145 | the latter is the Church fast, the former is the fast ~ 37 2, 145 | fast, the former is the fast ~prescribed by nature.~Aquin.: 38 2, 145 | Joel 2:15): ~"Sanctify a fast," and further on (Joel 2: 39 2, 145 | Now the poor are wont to fast through ~necessity, owing 40 2, 145 | therefore ought they to fast ~willingly.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 145 | righteous man is bound to fast. For ~the commandments of 42 2, 145 | of the ~bridegroom cannot fast whilst the bridegroom is 43 2, 145 | children of the bridegroom fast, whilst the bridegroom is ~ 44 2, 145 | commandment of the ~Church to fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 45 2, 145 | children are commanded to fast, in sign of more ~severe 46 2, 145 | Church, one is not bound to fast: because in ordering fasts 47 2, 145 | of the bridegroom cannot fast [*Hom. xiii, in Matth.]," 48 2, 145 | the times for the Church fast are fittingly ascribed?~ 49 2, 145 | the times for the Church fast are unfittingly ~appointed. 50 2, 145 | 4) that Christ began to fast immediately ~after being 51 2, 145 | Therefore we ought ~to fast immediately after the Epiphany 52 2, 145 | solemnities of the Old Law to fast ~in certain particular months: 53 2, 145 | written (Zach. 8:19): "The fast ~of the fourth month and 54 2, 145 | the fourth month and the fast of the fifth, and the fast 55 2, 145 | fast of the fifth, and the fast of the ~seventh, and the 56 2, 145 | of the ~seventh, and the fast of the tenth shall be to 57 2, 145 | solemnities." Therefore the fast of certain ~months, which 58 2, 145 | 27), just ~as there is a fast "of sorrow," so is there 59 2, 145 | of sorrow," so is there a fast "of joy." Now it is ~most 60 2, 145 | so the Church ordered ~a fast to be observed immediately 61 2, 145 | they are ordained, ~need to fast in order to make themselves 62 2, 145 | regard to the forty day's fast, according to Gregory (Hom. 63 2, 145 | A[5] Body Para. 3/3~Each fast of the Ember days is composed 64 2, 145 | was competent for Him to fast, not ~before, but after 65 2, 145 | in order to invite us to fast before our ~baptism.~Aquin.: 66 2, 145 | and if ~anyone were to fast at these times in contradiction 67 2, 145 | opinion (thus the ~Manichees fast, because they deem such 68 2, 145 | Would ~that we might fast always."~Aquin.: SMT SS 69 2, 145 | not limited for those who fast. ~Therefore neither should 70 2, 145 | wherefore drink breaks the fast, and for this reason we 71 2, 145 | day. Therefore those who fast should not be ~forbidden 72 2, 145 | moderation, that those who fast should take one meal in 73 2, 145 | 3]. One is the ~natural fast, which is requisite for 74 2, 145 | receive the Eucharist. The fast of the Church is another 75 2, 145 | forbid in instituting the fast. Now the ~Church does not 76 2, 145 | one does not break ~one's fast by taking them or any other 77 2, 145 | New ~Testament should the fast be ordered until the evening.~ 78 2, 145 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the fast ordered by the Church is 79 2, 145 | part of the commandment to ~fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 80 2, 145 | be fixed for those who ~fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 81 2, 145 | Therefore we ~ought to fast until the ninth hour.~Aquin.: 82 2, 145 | in order that those who fast may feel some pain in ~satisfaction 83 2, 145 | 19:30): because those who fast by punishing their ~flesh, 84 2, 145 | is fixed for those who ~fast. Wherefore the fixing of 85 2, 145 | is fitting that those who fast should be bidden to abstain ~ 86 2, 145 | unfitting that those who fast should be bidden to ~abstain 87 2, 145 | Since then those ~who fast are not forbidden to drink 88 2, 145 | them during the Lenten ~fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 89 2, 145 | Church ~forbade those who fast to partake of those foods 90 2, 145 | Church has bidden ~those who fast to abstain especially from 91 2, 145 | long time. Hence those who fast are ~forbidden the use of 92 2, 145 | Church forbade those who fast to eat flesh meat, rather ~ 93 2, 145 | are forbidden to those who fast, for as ~much as they originate 94 2, 145 | foods. Again the Lenten fast is the most solemn of all, 95 2, 145 | meat is forbidden in every fast, while the Lenten fast ~ 96 2, 145 | every fast, while the Lenten fast ~lays a general prohibition 97 2, 146 | drinking, as though reason were fast asleep at the helm, ~and 98 2, 182 | Jeremias, who was fain to hold fast to the ~love of his Creator, 99 2, 183 | Jeremias who was fain to ~hold fast to the love of his Creator 100 2, 183 | friend, thou hast engaged fast thy hand to a stranger," 101 2, 184 | following of Christ is made fast by ~a vow: wherefore a vow 102 2, 184 | Behold in ~the day of your fast your own will is found."~ 103 2, 185 | said (Mt. 6:16): "When you ~fast, be not, as the hypocrites, 104 2, 186 | 58:5): "Is this ~such a fast as I have chosen, for a 105 2, 187 | weaned so to speak, begin to fast and keep other ~difficult 106 2, 187 | not ~being commanded to fast until Pentecost, shows that 107 2, 187 | Ghost the ~Church observes a fast. Now the Holy Ghost, according 108 2, 187 | friend, thou hast engaged fast thy hand to a stranger'" ( 109 3, 25 | 2 Thess. 2:14): "Stand fast; and hold the ~traditions 110 3, 40 | for this cause did He fast, not as ~needing it Himself, 111 3, 40 | forty" is observed in ~His fast, because the power of the " 112 3, 41 | have taken place after His fast?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 113 3, 41 | have taken ~place after His fast. For it has been said above ( 114 3, 41 | not after, but during, His fast.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 115 3, 41 | therefore, He did not fast before the second temptation, 116 3, 41 | that Christ should wish to fast before ~His temptation. 117 3, 41 | temptations even ~those who fast, as likewise those who are 118 3, 41 | temptation took place after His fast, as also after His ~baptism. 119 3, 41 | Thirdly, because after the fast, hunger followed, which 120 3, 41 | and occurred after the fast, but of certain other assaults 121 3, 41 | during that time of His fast.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 122 3, 44 | saw Him ~weakened by His fast, He knew Him to be a real 123 3, 48 | payment of which man was ~held fast by God's justice: and this, 124 3, 52 | whereby ~hitherto you held men fast in hell"; and so "at the 125 3, 52 | righteous who were held ~fast through original sin."~Aquin.: 126 3, 52 | 3). Now men were held ~fast by the debt of punishment 127 3, 53 | impossible for ~Christ to be held fast by hell" and death. Therefore 128 3, 53 | But Christ was not ~held fast by any necessity of death, 129 3, 53 | in death, not as one held fast, but of His own ~will, just 130 3, 55 | their eyes should be held ~fast in the aforesaid way, "until 131 3, 80 | neither breaks the Church's fast, nor takes away the sobriety ~ 132 3, 80 | day after ~breaking their fast, so as to represent the 133 3, 80 | received ~before breaking the fast.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 134 3, 80 | there are two ~kinds of fast. First, there is the natural 135 3, 80 | First, there is the natural fast, which implies privation ~ 136 3, 80 | food or drink: and such fast is ~required for this sacrament 137 3, 80 | 2~Secondly, there is the fast of the Church, instituted 138 3, 80 | afflicting the ~body: and this fast is not hindered by the things 139 3, 80 | ordained that ~men should fast before receiving the sacrament 140 3, 80 | who have taken it shall fast until the sixth hour, ~and 141 3, 80 | fourth hour, they shall fast until ~evening." For in 142 3, 83 | feast, and another for a fast or for the dead.~Aquin.: 143 3, 83 | especially if he has broken his fast, or is under excommunication, 144 3, 83 | one doing penance ought to fast, and abstain from Communion. 145 3, 84 | catch the wicked, ~and he is fast bound with the ropes of 146 3, 89 | according to Apoc. 3:11: "Hold fast that which ~thou hast, that 147 Suppl, 13| not tamed by another's ~fast; nor does one man acquire 148 Suppl, 14| 1/2~On the contrary, The fast of those who fasted "for 149 Suppl, 14| sins he has ~committed, to fast for several days, and then, 150 Suppl, 14| confession ~a second time, to fast once again. But he would 151 Suppl, 50| consecrating after breaking one's fast one would sin by disobeying 152 Suppl, 81| certain fixed speed, either fast or ~slow, through the mover


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