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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 36 | councils were summoned and confirmed. ~Nevertheless the truth 2 1, 39 | God except what can be ~confirmed by the authority of Holy 3 1, 43 | declared by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by ~them that heard."~ 4 1, 62 | contrary, To be established or confirmed in good is of the nature ~ 5 1, 62 | But the angels were not confirmed in good as soon as they ~ 6 1, 63 | beatitude, he ~would have been confirmed in good. It is not so with 7 1, 64 | will of the good angels is confirmed in good, and that the will ~ 8 1, 64 | adhered to justice, were confirmed therein; whereas the ~wicked 9 1, 69 | earth's surface. And this is confirmed by reason, as follows. In 10 1, 39 | God except what can be ~confirmed by the authority of Holy 11 1, 43 | declared by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by ~them that heard."~ 12 1, 63 | contrary, To be established or confirmed in good is of the nature ~ 13 1, 63 | But the angels were not confirmed in good as soon as they ~ 14 1, 64 | beatitude, he ~would have been confirmed in good. It is not so with 15 1, 65 | will of the good angels is confirmed in good, and that the will ~ 16 1, 65 | adhered to justice, were confirmed therein; whereas the ~wicked 17 1, 70 | earth's surface. And this is confirmed by reason, as follows. In 18 1, 94 | free-will could do before being confirmed ~in grace, and what they 19 1, 94 | acquired afterwards by being so confirmed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 20 1, 99 | they would have been born confirmed in righteousness?~Aquin.: 21 1, 99 | children would have been born confirmed ~in righteousness?~Aquin.: 22 1, 99 | children would have ~been born confirmed in righteousness. For Gregory 23 1, 99 | all would have been ~born confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: 24 1, 99 | temptation, they would have been ~confirmed in grace, so that with their 25 1, 99 | children would have been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: 26 1, 99 | others sinned, were at once confirmed in grace, so as to be unable ~ 27 1, 99 | therefore, man would have been ~confirmed in grace if he had persevered. 28 1, 99 | also would have been born confirmed ~in righteousness.~Aquin.: 29 1, 99 | would not have been born confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: 30 1, 99 | children would have been born confirmed in righteousness. For it 31 1, 99 | children, would not have been confirmed in righteousness. For the ~ 32 1, 99 | the ~rational creature is confirmed in righteousness through 33 1, 99 | would not have been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~Aquin.: 34 1, 99 | been owing to ~their being confirmed in righteousness, but to 35 2, 69 | very fact that a man is ~confirmed in poverty of spirit, meekness, 36 2, 77 | they have, and this is confirmed by Divine authority, according 37 2, 1 | convoked, and its decision confirmed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[10] 38 2, 2 | been ~uttered by God and confirmed by miracles.~Aquin.: SMT 39 2, 2 | authority of Divine teaching confirmed by miracles, and, ~what 40 2, 5 | before they were either confirmed in grace, or had ~fallen 41 2, 5 | angels before ~they were confirmed in grace or fell from it, 42 2, 5 | had faith before they were confirmed, and man, before he sinned. ~ 43 2, 5 | the angels before being ~confirmed, and man, before sin, possessed 44 2, 5 | contemplation before they were confirmed, nor did man ~before he 45 2, 10 | law of Martianus Augustus confirmed by the canons ~[*De Sum. 46 2, 37 | them; and the same had been confirmed among them by ~many kinds 47 2, 55 | agreement, as that ~which is confirmed by an agreement between 48 2, 86 | of a good purpose is not confirmed by the ~deliberation of 49 2, 87 | regarding man cannot ~be confirmed by a necessary reason, wherefore 50 2, 87 | such ~things are wont to be confirmed by witnesses. Now a human 51 2, 87 | regards the ~point to be confirmed by oath, that it be neither 52 2, 87 | the words of which are confirmed by ~oath. Hence these conditions 53 2, 87 | he says. Now nothing ~is confirmed save by what is more certain 54 2, 87 | promise. Hence what is ~confirmed by oath does not, for this 55 2, 87 | the weaker is wont to be confirmed by the stronger. Now ~a 56 2, 87 | Now ~a vow is sometimes confirmed by an oath. Therefore an 57 2, 87 | man, whose ~assertion is confirmed by oath. For a man's assertion 58 2, 88 | either of these orderings is confirmed by ~something Divine it 59 2, 92 | saints may be impressed and ~confirmed in the mind of man. It is 60 2, 95 | of an unbeliever if he be confirmed in his error, than if he 61 2, 96 | perjury that the statement confirmed on oath ~be false?~Aquin.: 62 2, 96 | perjury that the ~statement confirmed on oath be false. As stated 63 2, 96 | weighty than the thing ~confirmed thereby: thus in a syllogism 64 2, 96 | oath a man's statement is confirmed by calling ~on the name 65 2, 96 | human statement which is ~confirmed on oath.~Aquin.: SMT SS 66 2, 96 | is defined "a falsehood confirmed by oath" ~[*Hugh of St. 67 2, 96 | since an ~assertion is confirmed by being firmly shown to 68 2, 96 | not ~fulfil what he has confirmed on oath is seemingly a perjurer. 69 2, 127 | goods, wherein the mind is confirmed by magnanimity, for, as 70 2, 127 | magnanimity: and ~this is confirmed by the fact that Macrobius 71 2, 150 | virtue denotes the purpose, confirmed by ~vow, of observing perpetual 72 2, 167 | a thing agreed upon and confirmed by custom or law of ~any 73 2, 169 | revealed by God cannot be ~confirmed by human reason, which they 74 2, 176 | word uttered needs to be confirmed in order that it be ~rendered 75 2, 176 | necessary that people may be confirmed in their ~faith. ~(tm)Aquin.: 76 2, 183 | accord with perfection, it is confirmed the more. Thus when the ~ 77 2, 187 | midnight. Afterwards they are confirmed by the Paraclete ~Spirit, 78 2, 187 | proceeding from a will ~confirmed in good by means of a vow. 79 3, 7 | declared by the Lord was confirmed ~unto us by them that heard 80 3, 12 | weary hand. Thy words have confirmed them that ~were staggering." 81 3, 18 | choose with a free-will confirmed in good.~Aquin.: SMT TP 82 3, 27 | Teaching of Christ ~was to be confirmed by miracles, and therefore 83 3, 37 | might ~be united to and confirmed by the reality, against 84 3, 38 | proceeds from God anew is confirmed ~by some signs: thus the 85 3, 38 | declared by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by them that heard 86 3, 38 | Christ, who, by many miracles confirmed both His own teaching and 87 3, 38 | him why he baptized, he confirmed his office by the ~authority 88 3, 38 | to the first part, and is confirmed by many ~authorities. But 89 3, 38 | baptized by priests are confirmed by bishops.~Aquin.: SMT 90 3, 42 | the miracles ~by which He confirmed His doctrine, in the efficacy 91 3, 43 | were true it would not be confirmed by miracles worked by Divine ~ 92 3, 52 | in this life men are not confirmed either ~in good or in evil, 93 3, 53 | in Christ's ~Godhead is confirmed by His rising again, because, 94 3, 53 | of His Godhead might be confirmed it was necessary that He 95 3, 54 | disciples who handled Him were ~confirmed, brought back to subtlety 96 3, 59 | through sin while others were ~confirmed in bliss. But those already 97 3, 64 | chrism with which ~men are confirmed, the oil with which priests 98 3, 72 | stand for the person to be confirmed?~(11) Whether this sacrament 99 3, 72 | baptized, ~who die before being confirmed, are saved. Therefore Confirmation 100 3, 72 | nowhere of Christ being ~confirmed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 101 3, 72 | As to the man who was confirmed a second time by a bishop, ~ 102 3, 72 | Christ's name, belongs to the confirmed, who ~have already come 103 3, 72 | sacraments; so he who is confirmed receives the ~power of publicly 104 3, 72 | Yet afterwards they were confirmed ~by the coming of the Holy 105 3, 72 | like manner, others can be ~confirmed before being baptized.~Aquin.: 106 3, 72 | with equal reason ~can be confirmed before being baptized.~Aquin.: 107 3, 72 | not baptized were ~to be confirmed, he would receive nothing, 108 3, 72 | nothing, but would have to be confirmed ~again after receiving Baptism. 109 3, 72 | acquired in Baptism, is confirmed by ~death; for after death 110 3, 72 | this life without being ~confirmed": not that such a one would 111 3, 72 | human body. Wherefore the ~confirmed is anointed with chrism 112 3, 72 | Eucharist, whereby man is confirmed in himself, belongs ~to 113 3, 72 | Para. 1/1~Whether he who is confirmed needs one to stand* for 114 3, 72 | It seems that he who is confirmed needs no one to stand for 115 3, 72 | stand for him who is to be ~confirmed .~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 116 3, 72 | OBJ 1: Although he who is confirmed, be adult in body, ~nevertheless 117 3, 72 | For one who is not yet ~confirmed should not stand for another 118 3, 72 | stand for one who is to be confirmed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 119 3, 86 | Penance, because their will is confirmed in evil, so that ~sin cannot 120 3, 89 | he had before; which is confirmed by the Apostle's words ~( 121 Suppl, 29| Para. 2/2~Further, this is confirmed by the rite of the Universal 122 Suppl, 35| each Order. And this is confirmed by the fact ~that they remain 123 Suppl, 35| Holy Ghost." But ~they were confirmed after the Ascension by the 124 Suppl, 35| of these is that he be ~confirmed. Wherefore the character 125 Suppl, 38| because those who ~are confirmed receive the office, as it 126 Suppl, 39| but this statement is not ~confirmed either by authority or by 127 Suppl, 41| but rather that it was confirmed (Mt. 19:6): "What . . . 128 Suppl, 43| wherefore the first contract is confirmed by the second.~Aquin.: SMT 129 Suppl, 43| oath if the ~promise was confirmed by oath - and he or she 130 Suppl, 45| the second is the consent ~confirmed by oath or by carnal intercourse; 131 Suppl, 46| with words of the ~future confirmed by an oath.~Aquin.: SMT 132 Suppl, 46| another in words of the future confirmed by oath, it would seem ~ 133 Suppl, 65| Para. 2/2~Further, this is confirmed by the example of the holy 134 Suppl, 71| Mysteries." This is also confirmed by the ~authority of Dionysius ( 135 Suppl, 71| belief in the resurrection is confirmed ~thereby. It profits the 136 Suppl, 72| Para. 3/3~Further, this is confirmed by the custom of the Church, 137 Suppl, 79| dissolved into vapor. This is confirmed by the fact that ~sensible 138 Suppl, 93| whether or no they have confirmed this purpose by vow - and


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