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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fellowship

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | demons; for ~there is no fellowship between light and darkness ( 2 1, 64 | angels: because "there ~is no fellowship of light with darkness [* 3 1, 64 | darkness [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship hath . ~. . ?']" (2 Cor. 4 1, 65 | angels: because "there ~is no fellowship of light with darkness [* 5 1, 65 | darkness [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship hath . ~. . ?']" (2 Cor. 6 2, 4 | necessary?~(8) Whether the fellowship of friends is necessary?~~ 7 2, 4 | enjoys God, without the fellowship of the ~body, its appetite 8 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the fellowship of friend is necessary for 9 2, 4 | of ~many. Therefore the fellowship of friends is necessary 10 2, 4 | for Happiness. Therefore fellowship of friends ~is also necessary.~ 11 2, 4 | Therefore it seems that fellowship ~of friends is necessary 12 2, 4 | contemplative life, he ~needs the fellowship of friends.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 4 | heavenly ~Fatherland, the fellowship of friends is not essential 14 2, 4 | perfection in God. But the ~fellowship of friends conduces to the 15 2, 4 | rejoice ~in God, at their fellowship."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[ 16 2, 30 | appetite. For it does not imply fellowship in craving, ~as concupiscence 17 2, 65 | you are called ~unto the fellowship of His Son." Now this fellowship 18 2, 65 | fellowship of His Son." Now this fellowship of man with God, ~which 19 2, 65 | the possibility of their fellowship or familiar colloquy; ~so 20 2, 65 | so as to believe in this fellowship and colloquy with God, and 21 2, 65 | hope to attain to this fellowship. Therefore charity is quite 22 2, 68 | not works of mercy, but fellowship of joy. Of fear he say that ~" 23 2, 87 | removing the ~murderer from the fellowship of the living, so that this 24 2, 103 | consisted in shunning the ~fellowship of Gentiles. But the first 25 2, 105 | rulers;~(2) Concerning the fellowship of one man with another;~( 26 2, 105 | to be cut ~off from the fellowship of men, which was betokened 27 2, 105 | admitted ~entirely to their fellowship and mode of worship. With 28 2, 105 | should be admitted to the fellowship of the ~people after the 29 2, 105 | hostile to them, and had no fellowship of kindred with them, were 30 2, 109 | as man has a spiritual ~fellowship with God. Moreover charity 31 2, 22 | you are called unto the fellowship ~of His Son." The love which 32 2, 22 | is no communication or fellowship between us and God or the 33 2, 22 | regard to ~this life there is fellowship between us and both God 34 2, 22 | goodness of God; and the fellowship of ~everlasting happiness, 35 2, 22 | ends and various forms of fellowship. This does not apply to ~ 36 2, 23 | for God, founded upon the fellowship of everlasting happiness. 37 2, 23 | everlasting happiness. Now ~this fellowship is in respect, not of natural, 38 2, 23 | which is founded ~on the fellowship of natural goods, wherefore 39 2, 23 | founded on a supernatural fellowship, so the ~comparison fails.~ 40 2, 24 | charity is founded on the fellowship of happiness, as ~stated 41 2, 24 | 2: Charity is itself the fellowship of the spiritual life, ~ 42 2, 24 | creatures, since they have no fellowship with man in the rational 43 2, 24 | friendship is based on some fellowship in life; since "nothing 44 2, 24 | irrational creatures can have no fellowship in ~human life which is 45 2, 24 | charity is based on the fellowship of ~everlasting happiness, 46 2, 24 | friendship of charity is based on fellowship in the ~enjoyment of God. 47 2, 24 | capacity for happiness, on the fellowship of which charity is based, 48 2, 24 | society of sinners, as regards fellowship in sin; in this sense ~it 49 2, 24 | charity ~is founded upon the fellowship of everlasting happiness, 50 2, 24 | and it is on the latter ~fellowship that the friendship of charity 51 2, 24 | not consist in outward ~fellowship, which we have in respect 52 2, 24 | nature; it consists ~in a fellowship of the mind, imperfect indeed 53 2, 24 | neighbors by reason of their fellowship with us in ~a rational mind. 54 2, 24 | demons also share in our fellowship thus, since ~natural gifts, 55 2, 24 | charity which is based on the fellowship of everlasting ~life, rather 56 2, 24 | life, rather than on the fellowship of nature, is possible towards 57 2, 24 | charity is based on the fellowship of happiness. Now, in this 58 2, 24 | happiness. Now, in this fellowship, ~one thing is considered 59 2, 24 | by reason of a certain fellowship in happiness. Wherefore, 60 2, 25 | principle of happiness, on the ~fellowship of which the friendship 61 2, 25 | chiefly find the good on the fellowship of which that friendship ~ 62 2, 25 | charity is based on the fellowship of happiness, which consists ~ 63 2, 25 | the good of grace. Now the fellowship of natural goods ~bestowed 64 2, 25 | charity which is based on the fellowship of the gifts of grace.~Aquin.: 65 2, 25 | neighbor by reason of his fellowship in that good. Now fellowship 66 2, 25 | fellowship in that good. Now fellowship is a ~reason for love according 67 2, 25 | 2]; ~Q[25], A[12]). Now fellowship in the full participation 68 2, 25 | charity is ~founded upon the fellowship of happiness, which has 69 2, 25 | fellow-citizens on their civic fellowship, and the friendship of those ~ 70 2, 25 | to favors ~respecting the fellowship of grace, namely, moral 71 2, 25 | the love which is based on fellowship in ~battle.~Aquin.: SMT 72 2, 37 | the Church, and ~from the fellowship of her priests, cannot have 73 2, 40 | who are united together in fellowship recognized by law and for 74 2, 56 | in respect of a threefold fellowship; namely "of ~husband and 75 2, 62 | animals, because they have no ~fellowship with us. Hence it follows 76 2, 79 | are united to God in holy fellowship, is a true sacrifice." But 77 2, 83 | may cleave to God in holy fellowship." But not every ~good work 78 2, 83 | cling to God in a spiritual ~fellowship pertains to reverence for 79 2, 83 | may cling to God in holy fellowship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[85] A[ 80 2, 88 | it is not lawful to have fellowship with the ~demons, according 81 2, 88 | would amount to holding fellowship with them: except perhaps 82 2, 88 | something: for this savors of ~fellowship with them. On the other 83 2, 88 | sever oneself from their fellowship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 84 2, 92 | to be taken up into the ~fellowship of the gods or of the demons 85 2, 93 | whatever results from fellowship between demons and men is ~ 86 2, 93 | them enmesh itself in their fellowship."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 87 2, 94 | also on account of ~the fellowship entered into with them, 88 2, 104 | as good advice, ~frequent fellowship, affable and pleasant conversation 89 2, 106 | mark the unity of human fellowship, ~whereby one man is bound 90 2, 112 | sorrows of those who dwell in fellowship. Now it belongs to temperance 91 2, 112 | regards the pleasures of fellowship, which have their ~origin 92 2, 115 | Justice has to do with the ~fellowship of mankind. For the notion 93 2, 115 | mankind. For the notion of fellowship is divided into two ~parts, 94 2, 125 | his evils." Now no man's fellowship is ~to be avoided save on 95 2, 143 | burden upon him that hath fellowship with one more ~honorable," 96 2, 160 | for it hath equality ~of fellowship under Him, and wishes to 97 2, 170 | truth, since "light hath no fellowship with darkness [*Vulg.: ' 98 2, 170 | darkness [*Vulg.: 'What ~fellowship hath light with darkness?']" ( 99 2, 183 | separate ~him," namely from the fellowship of good men, "and appoint 100 2, 186 | by abstinence, by mutual fellowship, and by many like means. 101 2, 186 | to be separated from the fellowship of monks": and the same ~ 102 2, 186 | to be separated from the fellowship of ~monks," goes on to say: " 103 2, 186 | nothing can be better than the fellowship of Christ. Therefore it 104 2, 186 | in this practice by the fellowship of others in two ~ways. 105 2, 186 | pleases me that you have the fellowship ~of holy men, and teach 106 2, 186 | are united together in the fellowship of brotherly love, so ~does 107 2, 186 | were, to bear with human fellowship on ~account of his uncouthness 108 2, 187 | presents for the sake of good fellowship. Thirdly, if one person 109 3, 48 | may cling to God in holy fellowship, yet ~referred to that consummation 110 3, 52 | death." Now there is no "fellowship of light ~with darkness," 111 3, 73 | have us understand the ~fellowship of His body and members, 112 3, 79 | and incorruptible, ~in the fellowship of the saints, where shall 113 3, 80 | have us to understand the fellowship of His body and ~members, 114 3, 80 | holy angels belong to that fellowship. Therefore the ~holy angels 115 3, 80 | and angels belong to the fellowship of His ~mystical body; men 116 3, 80 | mystical body, which is ~the fellowship of the saints. Therefore, 117 Suppl, 2 | in ~so far as, through fellowship with sinners, a man contracts 118 Suppl, 19| from or admitted to the fellowship of the Church Militant, 119 Suppl, 23| excommunicates, from the fellowship of unbelievers, as ~she 120 Suppl, 43| enter into a contract of fellowship by pledging their faith ~ 121 Suppl, 44| some, ~"matrimony is the fellowship of a common life and a community 122 Suppl, 52| a greater burden to the fellowship of ~marriage and is a greater 123 Suppl, 54| is based on some kind of fellowship." And since friendship is ~ 124 Suppl, 54| union, it follows that the fellowship which is the cause of ~friendship 125 Suppl, 54| respect of any kind of a ~fellowship certain persons are denominated 126 Suppl, 54| who are connected by ~the fellowship of nature are said to be 127 Suppl, 55| friendship is founded on natural ~fellowship. Now natural fellowship, 128 Suppl, 55| fellowship. Now natural fellowship, according to the Philosopher ( 129 Suppl, 55| reason of the conjugal ~fellowship, in respect of which also 130 Suppl, 55| is a promise of conjugal fellowship, ~something akin to affinity, 131 Suppl, 59| darkness? [*Vulg.: 'What fellowship hath light with darkness? 132 Suppl, 65| not sever their ~mutual fellowship from the time when they 133 Suppl, 65| tighten ~the bond of human fellowship, as stated above. Hence 134 Suppl, 72| robe of the body and the fellowship of those who will be saved, 135 Suppl, 72| increase of joy and ~the fellowship of the saints, and they 136 Suppl, 74| Judas went out from the fellowship of the light. Now, all things ~ 137 Suppl, 86| tortured, because then the fellowship of the unhappy will not 138 Suppl, 96| cut off ~entirely from the fellowship of the citizens, either 139 Suppl, 96| cut off entirely from the fellowship of the citizens. wherefore 140 Suppl, 96| altogether ~cut off from the fellowship of God's city, and this 141 Suppl, 96| expelled for ever from the fellowship of the saints and ~condemned 142 Suppl, 96| entirely cut off from the fellowship of the saints, such as ~


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