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lax 2
laxative 1
laxity 2
lay 151
layeth 4
layfolk 2
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151 defined
151 douay
151 following
151 lay
151 married
151 paternity
151 sanctified
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 66 | even as actually we ~cannot lay hold of any part of time 2 1, 67 | even as actually we ~cannot lay hold of any part of time 3 1, 83 | understand ~something, we lay examples before him, from 4 1, 101 | tree of life to them that lay hold on her" (Prov. 3:18). ~ 5 2, 4 | kingdom": and (Mt. 6:20): "Lay up to ~yourselves treasures 6 2, 11 | Further, to enjoy is to lay hold of the fruit. But one 7 2, 11 | fruit. But one does not ~lay hold of the fruit until 8 2, 11 | Reply OBJ 3: One is said to lay hold of or to have an end, 9 2, 19 | dilemma: because he can lay aside his error, ~since 10 2, 67 | Other foundation no man ~can lay, but that which is laid; 11 2, 69 | rendering what ~is due, lay hands on what is not theirs, 12 2, 96 | gradually. Wherefore it does not lay upon the multitude of ~imperfect 13 2, 96 | bind heavy burdens and lay them on men's shoulders, 14 2, 100 | Therefore it was unsuitable to lay down other moral precepts ~ 15 2, 101 | single one: ~and again, to lay many obligations on such 16 2, 103 | Holy Ghost and to us, to lay no further burden ~upon 17 2, 105 | of stripes; they ~shall lay him down, and shall cause 18 2, 108 | worldly riches, which is to lay up treasures on ~earth.~ 19 2, 108 | in riches, when He said: "Lay not up ~to yourselves treasures 20 2, 108 | raiment. Wherefore He says: "Lay not up for ~yourselves," 21 2, 113 | taken with a fever, "he lay for a long time senseless 22 2, 2 | was discovered, wherein lay a man on whose breast was ~ 23 2, 2 | coming, faith in the Trinity lay hidden in ~the faith of 24 2, 12 | gloss on the words, "Now lay you also all away," etc. ( 25 2, 21 | sciences, it is not enough to lay down the first ~principles, 26 2, 25 | no man hath, that a man lay down his life ~for his friends." 27 2, 25 | Neither ought the ~children to lay up for the parents, but 28 2, 29 | neither ought the children to lay up for the ~parents," according 29 2, 29 | 2), it ~is impossible to lay down a general rule.~Aquin.: 30 2, 38 | lawful for belligerents to lay ambushes?~(4) Whether it 31 2, 38 | Whether it is lawful to lay ambushes in war?~Aquin.: 32 2, 38 | seem that it is unlawful to lay ambushes in war. For it ~ 33 2, 38 | Therefore it is unlawful to lay ambushes even in a just 34 2, 38 | that it is unlawful to ~lay ambushes for one's enemies. ~ 35 2, 38 | Who commanded Joshua to lay ambushes for the city of 36 2, 42 | commanded (1 Jn. 3:16) "to lay down our souls," i.e. ~the 37 2, 60 | Thirdly, a prelate may lay hands ~on Church property, 38 2, 67 | not say that you should lay bare your guilt publicly, ~ 39 2, 67 | truth in court, he would lay bare his guilt and be his 40 2, 67 | of justice, he does not lay bare his own guilt, but 41 2, 69 | lawful for a soldier to lay ambushes in a ~battle. Therefore 42 2, 69 | soldier, ~or a general to lay ambushes in a just war, 43 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, lay people with the consent 44 2, 85 | at that time, and shalt lay it up within thy gates. 45 2, 85 | by way of alms to certain lay ~religious, or to those 46 2, 99 | Further, a man is bound to lay up for those whom he is 47 2, 99 | neither ought the ~children to lay up for the parents." Therefore 48 2, 99 | his life, and this is to lay ~by. On the other hand, 49 2, 99 | support him, but not to lay by as for a long time beforehand, 50 2, 102 | of obedience we should ~lay aside the good we are doing." 51 2, 102 | doing." Now one does not lay aside a thing ~except for 52 2, 118 | it was ~not possible to lay down rules of law that would 53 2, 120 | necessary ~was, as it were, to lay the foundation of religion, 54 2, 121 | so as to take it up and ~lay it aside when he will. For, 55 2, 122 | no man hath, that a man ~lay down his life for his friends." 56 2, 122 | 3:16), that "we ought to lay down our lives for the ~ 57 2, 122 | no man hath, that a man ~lay down his life for his friends."~ 58 2, 152 | when deep sleep is wont to lay hold of men [*Vulg.: 'When 59 2, 152 | come to judgment: ~he that lay with her shall give to the 60 2, 153 | that "if a man were to lay hold of a ~child with desire 61 2, 156 | does he of his ~own accord lay aside his anger, except 62 2, 159 | according to Mt. 6:19,20, "Lay not up to yourselves ~treasures 63 2, 159 | treasures on earth . . . but lay up to yourselves treasures 64 2, 164 | knowledge. Now the virtues lay claim to that matter about ~ 65 2, 167 | bounds, so that, whereas it lay hidden, while ~under the 66 2, 167 | afterwards he adds: "They lay hands on God, when they ~ 67 2, 172 | Abraham saying (Gn. 22:11): 'Lay not thy hand upon ~the boy.' 68 2, 173 | altogether, so that ~his body lay dead."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 69 2, 182 | no man hath, that a man ~lay down his life for his friends." 70 2, 182 | no man hath, that a man ~lay down his life for his friends": 71 2, 182 | belongs that ~a shepherd "lay down his life for his sheep," 72 2, 182 | as bishops are bound to "lay down their life for ~their 73 2, 182 | nor are they bound to ~lay down their life for the 74 2, 182 | in the case of religious lay ~brethren, then it is evident 75 2, 182 | clerics, we bid them not to lay ~aside their former purpose."~ 76 2, 183 | unlawful for anyone to lay hands on himself. If a man 77 2, 183 | good shepherd ~is bound to lay down his life for his sheep.~ 78 2, 183 | would seem commendably to lay it out so as to increase 79 2, 183 | for helping the poor, to lay by for the future is a ~ 80 2, 183 | clerics, we bid them not to lay aside their former ~purpose."~ 81 2, 184 | bracing themselves up to lay hold of the very height 82 2, 184 | themselves up in order to lay hold of the very height ~ 83 2, 184 | one thing not to wish to lay hold of what one ~has not, 84 2, 185 | prayer and reading which even lay people ~do at times, and 85 2, 186 | tomorrow,' means that we are to lay nothing by for the morrow, 86 2, 186 | Gospel that they ~should lay nothing by, they answer 87 2, 187 | seem unlawful for him to lay aside the cure of souls 88 2, 187 | Wherefore bishops ~"cannot lay aside their bishopric for 89 2, 187 | supposing the members to be lay monks, to pass from the 90 2, 187 | 33), "what burden does He lay on the ~shoulders of the 91 3, 5 | use of the poorest . ~. . lay and commonest earth, they 92 3, 5 | 10:18: "I have power to lay down My soul [animam ~meam: 93 3, 5 | saying (Jn. ~10:17): 'I lay down My soul [Douay: 'life'] 94 3, 7 | of man hath not where to lay His head." Temperance and ~ 95 3, 7 | place in ~Christ, Who never lay under any sin. Therefore 96 3, 15 | Virgin's ~womb. Therefore it lay under no necessity of suffering 97 3, 15 | contraries, the flesh of ~Christ lay under the necessity of these 98 3, 22 | during the three days He lay dead. ~Therefore the priesthood 99 3, 25 | Cor. ~11:23) when about to lay down the doctrine of the 100 3, 25 | But Scripture does not lay down anything concerning 101 3, 26 | 1]) ~. . . . . His body lay under neither guilt nor 102 3, 35 | The high city He shall lay low . . . the feet of the 103 3, 40 | of Man hath not ~where to lay His head": as though He 104 3, 41 | which each kingdom or city ~lay, and set forth to Him in 105 3, 44 | through, drive them back, lay them prostrate: for God 106 3, 44 | them prostrate: for God lay hidden in ~that flesh." 107 3, 46 | honored ~everywhere. Kings lay aside their crowns to take 108 3, 47 | My life from Me, ~but I lay it down of Myself." But 109 3, 47 | 10:18): "I have power to lay down My life, and I have ~ 110 3, 47 | the penalty for daring to lay ~his hands on God the Word 111 3, 47 | man who ~"did not fear to lay hands upon the Lord's anointed," 112 3, 48 | devil, so far as in him lay, held him unjustly ~in bondage 113 3, 50 | away My soul from Me: but I lay it down of Myself, and I 114 3, 50 | Myself, and I have ~power to lay it down, and I have power 115 3, 50 | as ~the Word of God, to lay down His soul: but this 116 3, 51 | Concerning the length of time He lay in the tomb.~Aquin.: SMT 117 3, 52 | into hell. But the body lay in the tomb for a day and 118 3, 53 | My soul from ~Me, but I lay it down, and I take it up 119 3, 54 | appearance; but, as it lay in His power for His body 120 3, 54 | of food, but because it lay in His ~power." For as Bede 121 3, 55 | thereby it was shown that it lay in His power to be seen 122 3, 60 | whatever ~it was unlawful to lay violent hands on was said 123 3, 64 | man," i.e. a sinner, "to lay hands on priestly things; 124 3, 64 | of necessity when even a lay person might baptize, he ~ 125 3, 66 | it is added in order to lay ~greater stress on the intention.~ 126 3, 66 | grace of the Holy Ghost, lay aside indifference and sloth, 127 3, 66 | this no man hath that a man lay down his life for his ~friends."~ 128 3, 80 | some ecclesiastical ~or lay tribunal." Nevertheless 129 3, 81 | during the three days ~He lay dead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] 130 3, 84 | Mk. 16:18): "They shall ~lay hands upon the sick, and 131 Suppl, 8 | by means of ~confession, lay a snare of damnation for 132 Suppl, 14| properly speaking, to lay claim to a gift, if he lack 133 Suppl, 17| side of Christ while He lay asleep ~on the cross" [* 134 Suppl, 23| the salvation of many, and lay a snare which might turn 135 Suppl, 31| can be conferred even by lay people.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 136 Suppl, 36| who is not enlightened, to lay ~hands on priestly things; 137 Suppl, 36| conscience, however, he can lay aside since a ~man is repaired 138 Suppl, 38| also the assisting priests lay ~hands on the priests who 139 Suppl, 38| together with the ~bishop lay hands on them, but the bishop 140 Suppl, 40| follow from the fact that lay brothers, who ~are not ministers 141 Suppl, 40| priesthood. In like manner lay brothers have their hair 142 Suppl, 49| since parents naturally "lay up" for their "children" ( 143 Suppl, 52| debt freely; although they lay a burden upon marriage ~ 144 Suppl, 57| Further, "Parents should lay up for their children" ( 145 Suppl, 57| does not always necessarily lay up for ~his adopted child, 146 Suppl, 67| law that parents should lay up for their ~children, 147 Suppl, 69| will. Wouldst thou then lay down the law for God? Wouldst 148 Suppl, 74| witness thereto they might lay the foundation of the ~faith 149 Suppl, 93| Now it is ~unlawful to lay hands on oneself, as Augustine 150 Suppl, 93| is lawful to no ~one to lay hands on himself for any 151 Suppl, 96| in the case of those who lay hands ~on other people's


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