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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 96 | defect of nature was to be ~restored into something better, as 2 1, 118 | is lost in man could be restored. But man's death is due 3 2, 85 | thus the lost cannot be restored to virtue any more than 4 2, 87 | destroyed, sight cannot be restored except by ~Divine power; 5 2, 94 | entrusted to another should be restored to their owner. Now ~this 6 2, 94 | held in trust should be restored with such and such a ~guarantee, 7 2, 94 | heart of man when he is restored by grace." ~But the law 8 2, 102 | the verdict of the priest restored him to the ~society of men 9 2, 102 | clean; and, secondly, he was restored, as clean, to ~the society 10 2, 102 | because the ~leper was restored to his former liberty.~On 11 2, 102 | divine worship, and was restored to ~the society of men; 12 2, 105 | been done they should be restored at once. For it is written ( 13 2, 105 | from a thief, the thief restored only twice their value. 14 2, 105 | ordering four sheep to be restored for the theft of one. As 15 2, 105 | that five oxen were to be ~restored for one ox. And this I say, 16 2, 105 | for one cow five had to be restored. But the sheep was useful ~ 17 2, 109 | equal reason, man may be ~restored by himself, and return from 18 2, 109 | from sin means that man has restored ~to him what he lost by 19 2, 109 | none of these three can be restored except by ~God. For since 20 2, 109 | order of nature can only be restored, i.e. man's will can ~only 21 2, 109 | sin. Hence man cannot be restored by himself; but he ~requires 22 2, 109 | nature is perfect, it can be restored by itself to its ~befitting 23 2, 109 | exterior help it ~cannot be restored to what surpasses its measure. 24 2, 109 | above (Q[85]); nor can it be restored, by itself, to ~its connatural 25 2, 109 | appetite being not yet ~restored. Hence the Apostle (Rm. 26 2, 109 | the person of one who is ~restored: "I myself, with the mind, 27 2, 109 | wherein is mortal sin, is restored by ~justifying grace, he 28 2, 109 | says (Rm. 5:20) more was restored to man ~by Christ's gift, 29 2, 113 | s goodwill is said to be restored to man ~by the gift of grace; 30 2, 114 | which ~we are before being restored by grace. Therefore, if 31 2, 114 | besought of God than to be restored after a ~fall, as Augustine 32 2, 114 | Hence a man ~may merit to be restored after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT 33 2, 114 | everlasting unless he is restored by grace. Hence ~it would 34 2, 114 | from God, whereby he is restored, do ~not fall under merit - 35 2, 51 | acquired prudence is not restored as to the ~habit, although 36 2, 55 | a deposit should not be restored, ~lest a man of unrighteous 37 2, 60 | and is no more cannot be ~restored. Now justice and injustice 38 2, 60 | taken from him cannot be restored to him: so that it is not ~ 39 2, 60 | has been taken cannot be restored in equivalent, compensation ~ 40 2, 60 | inequality. Now equality is restored by repaying the ~exact amount 41 2, 60 | to the ~restorer by being restored. Now if a prelate has unjustly 42 2, 60 | 1: When the thing to be restored appears to be grievously ~ 43 2, 60 | person to whom it is to be restored, or to some other, ~it should 44 2, 60 | other, ~it should not be restored to him there and then, because 45 2, 60 | Therefore it should be restored, not by the person that 46 2, 60 | same thing should not be restored several times. Now ~sometimes 47 2, 65 | compensated by having his honor restored in the punishment of the 48 2, 76 | from usurious money must be restored.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 49 2, 76 | be sold, and the price be restored, of course according to ~ 50 2, 86 | 1]), of a country being restored to peace through a ~certain 51 2, 98 | simony ought not always to be restored.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 52 2, 98 | simoniacally received, must be ~restored to the Church that has incurred 53 2, 104 | greater than that of justice restored. Therefore it seems that 54 2, 106 | the equality of justice is restored, ~in so far as he who by 55 2, 118 | requires deposits to be restored, because in ~the majority 56 2, 145 | eternity, ~which Christ restored by rising from the dead, 57 2, 150 | which can be ~miraculously restored by God, namely the integrity 58 2, 150 | something else which ~cannot be restored even by miracle, to wit, 59 2, 152 | promised in marriage must be restored to her betrothed, who has 60 2, 152 | another must first of all be restored to her father's care, ~and 61 2, 162 | so that he could not be restored to immortality by ~the beneficial 62 2, 184 | the ~moment, it is easily restored to its former object. Hence 63 2, 187 | notary; and when he was restored to health he refused to 64 3, 1 | the ~incarnate Word of God restored human nature. He could also 65 3, 1 | nature. He could also have restored ~it without assuming flesh.~ 66 3, 1 | omnipotent power could have ~restored human nature in many other 67 3, 1 | Abraham as a standard of the ~restored knowledge of God and of 68 3, 3 | the creature ~should be restored in order to its eternal 69 3, 33 | to whom sight has been ~restored sees naturally by sight 70 3, 43 | after his sight had been restored, said (Jn. 9:32,33): "From ~ 71 3, 44 | he began to see, and was restored, so that ~he saw all things 72 3, 44 | Jerome says: "Health ~restored by our Lord returns wholly 73 3, 46 | it, because we ~cannot be restored except through His Passion."~ 74 3, 50 | of the assumed nature was restored once more in the resurrection ~ 75 3, 51 | hours during which it was restored ~to the earth, that is, 76 3, 54 | lost by death had not been ~restored. Hence our Lord assured 77 3, 72 | sinners, except they be restored by Penance. ~Wherefore was 78 3, 82 | the fact that ~"it is not restored to them when they return 79 3, 82 | if the degraded ~man be restored, he has not to be ordained 80 3, 84 | through sin, ~it cannot be restored without that sorrow whereby 81 3, 84 | do not read that our Lord restored the sight to any blind ~ 82 3, 84 | done in Baptism, cannot be restored again ~through Penance. 83 3, 86 | for thus will equality be restored. Hence it ~is written (Apoc. 84 3, 86 | our Lord ~enlightened, was restored first of all to imperfect 85 3, 86 | and afterwards ~he was restored perfectly, "so that he saw 86 3, 86 | whereby the sinner is ~restored to spiritual sight, there 87 3, 86 | Peter's mother-in-law was restored at once to perfect health, 88 3, 86 | about the blind man who was restored to ~sight (Mt. 8). And so 89 3, 89 | 1) Whether virtues are restored through Penance?~(2) Whether 90 3, 89 | Penance?~(2) Whether they are restored in equal measure?~(3) Whether 91 3, 89 | Whether equal dignity is restored to the penitent?~(4) Whether 92 3, 89 | Whether the virtues are restored through Penance?~Aquin.: 93 3, 89 | that the virtues are not restored through penance. ~Because 94 3, 89 | Because lost virtue cannot be restored by penance, unless penance 95 3, 89 | Therefore the virtues are not restored through penance.~Aquin.: 96 3, 89 | that the virtues are not ~restored through Penance.~Aquin.: 97 3, 89 | Therefore the virtues are not ~restored through Penance.~Aquin.: 98 3, 89 | Therefore all ~the virtues are restored through Penance.~Aquin.: 99 3, 89 | Therefore all the virtues are restored through ~Penance.~Aquin.: 100 3, 89 | Whether, by Penance, man is restored to his former dignity?~Aquin.: 101 3, 89 | would seem that man is not restored by Penance to his former ~ 102 3, 89 | first garment should be restored to him, together with ~a 103 3, 89 | canons ~order those to be restored to their former degree, 104 3, 89 | negligence if they ~were restored to them."~Aquin.: SMT TP 105 Suppl, 14| the equality of justice be restored by the payment of a ~punishment 106 Suppl, 14| begins to avail after man is restored to ~charity? ~Aquin.: SMT 107 Suppl, 59| converted, the inheritance is restored to him even though ~another 108 Suppl, 59| her ~husband ought to be restored to her even though he should 109 Suppl, 59| again, her husband would be restored ~to her. But the marriage 110 Suppl, 59| her husband ~must not be restored to her, but she must take 111 Suppl, 62| profession she ~ought to be restored to her husband, and would 112 Suppl, 70| entirely comes to naught is not restored in ~identity; wherefore 113 Suppl, 71| world. For ~guilt cannot be restored to order save by punishment: 114 Suppl, 72| third" day they will be restored to their previous condition; 115 Suppl, 72| cleansing things will be restored to the purity wherein they 116 Suppl, 72| gift of Christ man will be ~restored from death to life.~Aquin.: 117 Suppl, 72| speak. But the life that is restored by ~the resurrection will 118 Suppl, 73| born blind who, after being restored to sight, saw naturally. ~ 119 Suppl, 75| which the human body will be restored have any ~natural inclination 120 Suppl, 75| the human body will be ~restored will have a natural inclination 121 Suppl, 75| united to that ~soul were restored from those ashes or from 122 Suppl, 76| self-same body if ~it be restored from these parts.~Aquin.: 123 Suppl, 76| consequently they ~cannot be restored. Secondly, because human 124 Suppl, 77| nails. Yet these will be restored to man at the ~resurrection 125 Suppl, 77| man's body must needs be ~restored at the resurrection.~Aquin.: 126 Suppl, 77| behooves human nature to be restored to its perfection, ~nor 127 Suppl, 77| man's body, will all be ~restored, and of that which was added 128 Suppl, 77| ebb and others are being restored to the same ~shape and position, 129 Suppl, 78| matter ~from which it is restored. Now the selfsame, namely 130 Suppl, 78| the human bodies ~will be restored are equally disposed to 131 Suppl, 78| Further, human nature will be restored by resurrection unto glory 132 Suppl, 78| resurrection human nature will be restored not ~only in the self-same 133 Suppl, 79| elements, because ~they will be restored out of the same matter of 134 Suppl, 79| that if the elements were restored without ~them in the body 135 Suppl, 83| resulting therefrom, will be ~restored without those defects or 136 Suppl, 87| by redeeming mankind He restored not only ~man but all creatures 137 Suppl, 93| virginity of the mind may be restored, although ~virginity of 138 Suppl, 94| damned, since nothing is restored to them by food; for everything 139 Suppl, 96| the angels could not ~be restored [*Cf. FP, Q[64], A[2]].


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