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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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morning

    Part, Question
1 1, 45 | order; as when we say, "from morning comes midday"--i.e. after 2 1, 45 | comes midday"--i.e. after morning is ~midday. But we must 3 1, 58 | knowledge can be styled as morning and evening?~(7) Whether 4 1, 58 | evening?~(7) Whether the morning and evening knowledge are 5 1, 58 | 1/1~Whether there is a "morning" and an "evening" knowledge 6 1, 58 | neither an evening nor a morning ~knowledge in the angels; 7 1, 58 | angels; because evening and morning have an admixture of ~darkness. 8 1, 58 | ought ~not to be termed morning and evening knowledge.~Aquin.: 9 1, 58 | Further, between evening and morning the night intervenes; while ~ 10 1, 58 | while ~noonday falls between morning and evening. Consequently, 11 1, 58 | Consequently, if there be a ~morning and an evening knowledge 12 1, 58 | ii, 8). If, ~therefore, a morning and an evening knowledge 13 1, 58 | knowledge of the angels into morning and evening ~knowledge.~ 14 1, 58 | answer that, The expression "morning" and "evening" knowledge 15 1, 58 | As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, and evening 16 1, 58 | being of things is called morning ~knowledge; and this is 17 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Evening and morning knowledge in the angelic 18 1, 58 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The morning and evening knowledge belong 19 1, 58 | there ~is no night, but "morning"; so that morning is the 20 1, 58 | but "morning"; so that morning is the end of the preceding ~ 21 1, 58 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the morning and evening knowledge are 22 1, 58 | It would seem that the morning and the evening knowledge 23 1, 58 | There was evening and morning, one day." But ~by the expression " 24 1, 58 | iv, 23). Therefore the morning and ~evening knowledge of 25 1, 58 | angels are always using their morning ~knowledge; because they 26 1, 58 | were ~different from the morning, the angel could never exercise 27 1, 58 | knowledge be different from the morning, it is compared to it ~as 28 1, 58 | exist together with the morning knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 58 | proper ~nature, then the morning and the evening knowledge 30 1, 58 | their own natures, then the morning and the evening ~knowledge 31 1, 58 | knowledge is referred ~to the morning knowledge in the angels; 32 1, 58 | to the perfection of the morning knowledge. For ~that a thing 33 1, 62 | in those six days, "the morning" was the angelic knowledge, ~ 34 1, 62 | is properly termed their morning knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 35 1, 63 | who didst rise ~in the morning!" and it is said to the 36 1, 63 | evening is mentioned, but not morning. This ~operation was good 37 1, 63 | praise of the Word by their morning knowledge while ~others, 38 1, 64 | angels is twofold; namely, morning and evening. But the ~demons 39 1, 64 | But the ~demons have no morning knowledge, because they 40 1, 64 | after ~"evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore the 41 1, 68 | 8); "And the evening and morning were ~the second day."~Aquin.: 42 1, 69 | that "there was evening and morning, one day." In ~like manner 43 1, 69 | follows, "The evening and the morning were ~the third day."~Aquin.: 44 1, 70 | evening ~and sets in the morning, and thus it rules the night, 45 1, 74 | 1), "The evening and the morning ~were the second day . . . 46 1, 74 | 6: Further, evening and morning do not sufficiently divide 47 1, 74 | words, "The evening and ~morning were the second day" or, " 48 1, 74 | that, "The evening and the morning ~were the first day," rather 49 1, 74 | the ~"evening" and the "morning" are understood the evening 50 1, 74 | understood the evening and the morning ~knowledge of the angels, 51 1, 74 | But the evening and the ~morning are mentioned as being the 52 1, 74 | since day begins with ~morning and ends with evening, or 53 1, 74 | beginning ~of night, and morning the beginning of day. It 54 1, 74 | darkness, which ends with the morning. But ~Chrysostom's explanation 55 1, 74 | the evening, but with the morning (Hom. v ~in Gen.).~Aquin.: 56 1, 46 | order; as when we say, "from morning comes midday"--i.e. after 57 1, 46 | comes midday"--i.e. after morning is ~midday. But we must 58 1, 59 | knowledge can be styled as morning and evening?~(7) Whether 59 1, 59 | evening?~(7) Whether the morning and evening knowledge are 60 1, 59 | 1/1~Whether there is a "morning" and an "evening" knowledge 61 1, 59 | neither an evening nor a morning ~knowledge in the angels; 62 1, 59 | angels; because evening and morning have an admixture of ~darkness. 63 1, 59 | ought ~not to be termed morning and evening knowledge.~Aquin.: 64 1, 59 | Further, between evening and morning the night intervenes; while ~ 65 1, 59 | while ~noonday falls between morning and evening. Consequently, 66 1, 59 | Consequently, if there be a ~morning and an evening knowledge 67 1, 59 | ii, 8). If, ~therefore, a morning and an evening knowledge 68 1, 59 | knowledge of the angels into morning and evening ~knowledge.~ 69 1, 59 | answer that, The expression "morning" and "evening" knowledge 70 1, 59 | As in the ~ordinary day, morning is the beginning, and evening 71 1, 59 | being of things is called morning ~knowledge; and this is 72 1, 59 | Reply OBJ 1: Evening and morning knowledge in the angelic 73 1, 59 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The morning and evening knowledge belong 74 1, 59 | there ~is no night, but "morning"; so that morning is the 75 1, 59 | but "morning"; so that morning is the end of the preceding ~ 76 1, 59 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the morning and evening knowledge are 77 1, 59 | It would seem that the morning and the evening knowledge 78 1, 59 | There was evening and morning, one day." But ~by the expression " 79 1, 59 | iv, 23). Therefore the morning and ~evening knowledge of 80 1, 59 | angels are always using their morning ~knowledge; because they 81 1, 59 | were ~different from the morning, the angel could never exercise 82 1, 59 | knowledge be different from the morning, it is compared to it ~as 83 1, 59 | exist together with the morning knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 84 1, 59 | proper ~nature, then the morning and the evening knowledge 85 1, 59 | their own natures, then the morning and the evening ~knowledge 86 1, 59 | knowledge is referred ~to the morning knowledge in the angels; 87 1, 59 | to the perfection of the morning knowledge. For ~that a thing 88 1, 63 | in those six days, "the morning" was the angelic knowledge, ~ 89 1, 63 | is properly termed their morning knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT FP 90 1, 64 | who didst rise ~in the morning!" and it is said to the 91 1, 64 | evening is mentioned, but not morning. This ~operation was good 92 1, 64 | praise of the Word by their morning knowledge while ~others, 93 1, 65 | angels is twofold; namely, morning and evening. But the ~demons 94 1, 65 | But the ~demons have no morning knowledge, because they 95 1, 65 | after ~"evening" comes "morning" [Gn. 1]). Therefore the 96 1, 69 | 8); "And the evening and morning were ~the second day."~Aquin.: 97 1, 70 | that "there was evening and morning, one day." In ~like manner 98 1, 70 | follows, "The evening and the morning were ~the third day."~Aquin.: 99 1, 71 | evening ~and sets in the morning, and thus it rules the night, 100 1, 73 | 1), "The evening and the morning ~were the second day . . . 101 1, 73 | 6: Further, evening and morning do not sufficiently divide 102 1, 73 | words, "The evening and ~morning were the second day" or, " 103 1, 73 | that, "The evening and the morning ~were the first day," rather 104 1, 73 | the ~"evening" and the "morning" are understood the evening 105 1, 73 | understood the evening and the morning ~knowledge of the angels, 106 1, 73 | But the evening and the ~morning are mentioned as being the 107 1, 73 | since day begins with ~morning and ends with evening, or 108 1, 73 | beginning ~of night, and morning the beginning of day. It 109 1, 73 | darkness, which ends with the morning. But ~Chrysostom's explanation 110 1, 73 | the evening, but with the morning (Hom. v ~in Gen.).~Aquin.: 111 2, 67 | there can be "evening" and "morning" ~knowledge [*Cf. FP, Q[ 112 2, 67 | object is seen in the ~"morning" and "evening" knowledge 113 2, 67 | of the angels: for the "morning" ~knowledge is about things 114 2, 71 | not go to church in the morning. In this case ~the act, 115 2, 102 | was sacrificed every day, morning ~and evening: and this continual 116 2, 105 | not abide with thee until morning."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 117 2, 24 | according ~to Ps. 100:8: "In the morning I put to death all the wicked 118 2, 56 | either the ~evening or the morning star." But, even if we speak 119 2, 60 | abide with thee until the morning." ~Therefore neither is 120 2, 62 | and (Ps. 100:8): "In the morning I put to death all the ~ 121 2, 169 | written (Is. 1:4): "In the morning He wakeneth my ~ear, so 122 2, 172 | 4): "As the light of the morning, when the sun ~riseth, shineth 123 2, 172 | riseth, shineth in the morning without clouds."~Aquin.: 124 3, 9 | double knowledge - one the morning knowledge, whereby they 125 3, 22 | sacrifice, which was ~offered up morning and evening, was a lamb, 126 3, 39 | for the setting of the ~morning star, but comes forth while 127 3, 75 | when it is said - "out of ~morning comes the day." And so it 128 3, 75 | the former, that is, "that morning becomes the day." So likewise 129 3, 76 | remained nothing until the morning." ~Neither, therefore, if 130 3, 76 | sacrament be reserved until morning, will ~Christ's body be 131 3, 80 | man may repent of it by morning and confess it. Consequently, ~ 132 3, 80 | sacred mysteries in the morning ~when the food it not digested. 133 3, 80 | were to eat a little in the morning and afterwards receive this ~ 134 3, 80 | portion be eaten in the ~morning, the ministers who have 135 3, 83 | should "remain until the morning." It is ~improper therefore 136 3, 89 | There was evening and morning, one day," a ~gloss says: " 137 3, 89 | that from which we fall the morning ~light is that to which 138 3, 89 | we rise again." Now the morning light is greater ~than the 139 3, 89 | graces to the evening and ~morning light is made on account 140 3, 89 | day ~after the light of morning, but not on account of a 141 Suppl, 64| at night and came in the ~morning to the procession. But this


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