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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | from human reason cannot avail to prove ~what must be received 2 1, 12 | created intellect does not avail to enable it to see the 3 1, 14 | 1: This objection would avail if God knew enunciable things ~ 4 1, 32 | the second way, reasons avail to prove the Trinity; as, 5 1, 48 | this explanation does not avail here. For when in a ~division 6 1, 49 | this explanation does not avail here. For when in a ~division 7 1, 92 | OBJ 3: This argument would avail if the image of God in man ~ 8 2, 2 | 17:16): "What ~doth it avail a fool to have riches, seeing 9 2, 68 | without charity, they ~avail nothing." But charity is 10 2, 102 | OBJ 2: This argument would avail if the ceremonial precepts 11 2, 105 | the sale of possessions to avail for a certain period, at 12 2, 105 | slave who was unwilling to avail himself of the ~privilege 13 2, 31 | secret admonition is of no avail, we must take further steps, 14 2, 84 | Lord." The same reasons avail still in the ~New Law, but 15 2, 139 | sake, and commanding him to avail himself of those things 16 2, 179 | knowledge is of little or no avail." ~Hence it is clear that 17 2, 179 | attention, since "brains avail when the mind is ~attentive" 18 2, 184 | follows that it is of great avail in acquiring the happiness 19 3, 38 | John's baptism ceased to avail." Therefore it seems that, ~ 20 3, 46 | nature, His ~pain would avail for so great a satisfaction.~ 21 3, 49 | the lost in hell cannot avail themselves of its effects, ~ 22 3, 66 | what does ~his washing avail?" It seems, therefore, that 23 3, 66 | waters of Baptism would never avail to purge the sins of them 24 3, 66 | Baptism of Blood is of no avail without the Baptism ~of 25 3, 70 | its institution ~began to avail unto the renewal of man."~ 26 3, 70 | But were circumcision to avail ~after Christ's Passion, 27 3, 73 | and consequently it cannot avail for supporting life except 28 3, 80 | sacramental eating is not without avail, because the ~actual receiving 29 Suppl, 6 | precepts of the natural law avail in the same way in ~the 30 Suppl, 9 | meritorious, and thus is of no avail without charity, which is 31 Suppl, 13| charity, so that his works may avail for satisfaction. Nor is 32 Suppl, 14| previous satisfaction begins to avail when he ~recovers charity?~( 33 Suppl, 14| 5) Whether such works avail for the mitigation of the 34 Suppl, 14| who is devoid of charity avail nothing, as is clearly stated 35 Suppl, 14| previous satisfaction begins to avail after man is restored to ~ 36 Suppl, 14| satisfaction begins to avail, because a gloss on Lev. 37 Suppl, 14| Therefore they begin to avail after he recovers charity.~ 38 Suppl, 14| Now Baptism begins to ~avail when insincerity ceases. 39 Suppl, 14| Therefore satisfaction begins to avail ~when sin is taken away.~ 40 Suppl, 14| Accordingly suchlike works avail for a threefold good, acquisition 41 Suppl, 14| Whether the aforesaid works avail for the mitigation of the 42 Suppl, 14| the aforesaid works do not avail for the ~mitigation of the 43 Suppl, 21| suffrages of the Church avail ~for those for whom they 44 Suppl, 21| suffrages of the Church avail for them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 45 Suppl, 25| some say ~that they do not avail to free a man from the debt 46 Suppl, 25| The reason why they so avail ~is the oneness of the mystical 47 Suppl, 25| estimate. Therefore they do not avail as ~much as is claimed for 48 Suppl, 25| does not lie; and so they avail as much as is ~claimed for 49 Suppl, 25| them, but that they ~simply avail each individual in proportion 50 Suppl, 25| maintained that indulgences avail as much as is ~claimed for 51 Suppl, 25| 2: Although indulgences avail much for the remission of ~ 52 Suppl, 27| OF THOSE WHOM INDULGENCES AVAIL (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 53 Suppl, 27| consider those whom indulgences avail: under which head ~there 54 Suppl, 27| 1) Whether indulgences avail those who are in mortal 55 Suppl, 27| mortal sin?~(2) Whether they avail religious?~(3) Whether they 56 Suppl, 27| religious?~(3) Whether they avail a person who does not fulfill 57 Suppl, 27| given?~(4) Whether they avail him who grants them?~Aquin.: 58 Suppl, 27| Some hold that indulgences avail those even who are in ~mortal 59 Suppl, 27| indulgence, might possibly avail a ~person so that he could 60 Suppl, 27| punishment. Hence they do not avail those who are in ~mortal 61 Suppl, 27| person," then ~they might avail a person in mortal sin so 62 Suppl, 27| 1/1~Whether indulgences avail religious?~Aquin.: SMT XP 63 Suppl, 27| that indulgences do not avail religious. For there ~is 64 Suppl, 27| if indulgences were to avail religious, this would be ~ 65 Suppl, 27| Therefore indulgences do not avail religious.~Aquin.: SMT XP 66 Suppl, 27| answer that, Indulgences avail both seculars and religious, 67 Suppl, 27| much indulgence," it would avail the person for whom ~it 68 Suppl, 27| that an indulgence does not avail him who grants ~it. For 69 Suppl, 27| himself alone; but he can ~avail himself of an indulgence 70 Suppl, 27| himself, ~but a prelate can avail himself of those things 71 Suppl, 30| Extreme Unction does not avail for the ~remission of sins. 72 Suppl, 36| refused a remedy that may avail them. Since ~then grace 73 Suppl, 49| OBJ 2: This argument would avail if the evil that is inseparable ~ 74 Suppl, 58| the Church do not always avail to repress the demons in 75 Suppl, 58| will it so, but they always avail ~against those assaults 76 Suppl, 69| far as their past ~goods avail for the mitigation of their 77 Suppl, 71| purgatory?~(7) Whether they avail the children in limbo?~( 78 Suppl, 71| Whether suffrages for many avail each one as much as if they 79 Suppl, 71| Whether general suffrages avail those for whom special suffrages ~ 80 Suppl, 71| general suffrages together avail ~those for whom they are 81 Suppl, 71| answer that, our actions can avail for two purposes. First, 82 Suppl, 71| purposes our actions may avail in two ways: first, by ~ 83 Suppl, 71| of one person nowise can avail another for ~acquiring a 84 Suppl, 71| state, the work of one may avail ~another, not only by way 85 Suppl, 71| doer. Wherefore they can avail them either for ~the fulfillment 86 Suppl, 71| or "vice versa"; but they avail for the ~diminution of punishment 87 Suppl, 71| that such things ~should avail him after death. Wherefore 88 Suppl, 71| their suffrages are of no avail.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 89 Suppl, 71| prescribe them, those suffrages avail for ~the departed, even 90 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless they would avail more if those persons were 91 Suppl, 71| In order that suffrage avail another, it is requisite 92 Suppl, 71| prayers of ~the righteous avail those who are alive, how 93 Suppl, 71| God. ~Therefore suffrages avail also for the dead who are 94 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church avail even for those who are in 95 Suppl, 71| heard." Therefore suffrages avail not those who are in hell.~ 96 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church avail; while others are not very 97 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church ought to avail. Yet they were ~confronted 98 Suppl, 71| especially would seem to avail them which are offered at 99 Suppl, 71| Yet these do not always avail: for instance, if a person 100 Suppl, 71| Therefore suffrages do not avail those who are in purgatory.~ 101 Suppl, 71| works of one person ~can avail for another's satisfaction, 102 Suppl, 71| 1~Reply OBJ 4: Suffrages avail on two counts, namely the 103 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages avail the children who are in 104 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages avail the children who are in 105 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church avail them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 106 Suppl, 71| Verb Ap.) that "suffrages avail not those who have ~departed 107 Suppl, 71| thus. Therefore suffrages avail them not.~Aquin.: SMT XP 108 Suppl, 71| i.e. the ~sacraments) "avail thy saints unto glory, so 109 Suppl, 71| order that indulgences may avail a person, there ~must be 110 Suppl, 71| therefore, indulgences could avail the dead, ~it would be in 111 Suppl, 71| granted, indulgences cannot avail them directly. However, ~ 112 Suppl, 71| indulgence of this kind will avail not only a living but ~also 113 Suppl, 71| since for indulgences to ~avail there must be a fitting 114 Suppl, 71| person in particular, do ~not avail him any more than the others 115 Suppl, 71| Sent. iv, D, 45), suffrages avail ~the dead "in so far as 116 Suppl, 71| merited that they might ~avail them afterwards" [*St. Augustine, 117 Suppl, 71| merited ~that suffrages might avail them more than those for 118 Suppl, 71| one particular person ~do avail chiefly, not the person 119 Suppl, 71| contrary, said that suffrages avail more those for whom ~they 120 Suppl, 71| and in this respect they avail more the person who is more ~ 121 Suppl, 71| life the works of others avail for this purpose by the 122 Suppl, 71| no doubt that thus they avail ~more the person for whom 123 Suppl, 71| are offered: in fact, they avail him alone ~in this way, 124 Suppl, 71| of ~punishment, suffrages avail chiefly the person for whom 125 Suppl, 71| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Suffrages avail, after the manner of a light, 126 Suppl, 71| offered for several persons avail each one as much as ~if 127 Suppl, 71| suffrages offered for one person avail others in a ~certain way, 128 Suppl, 71| Whether general suffrages avail those for whom special suffrages 129 Suppl, 71| much as special suffrages avail those for whom they are ~ 130 Suppl, 71| seem that general suffrages avail those for whom special ~ 131 Suppl, 71| much as special suffrages avail those for ~whom they are 132 Suppl, 71| one ~person in particular avail indifferently for all, then 133 Suppl, 71| special suffrages ~together avail a person more than general 134 Suppl, 72| which, being known to God, avail not only them unto glory, ~ 135 Suppl, 72| considered in themselves avail to obtain what they ask, 136 Suppl, 73| OBJ 3: This argument would avail, if the power given to that 137 Suppl, 80| aforesaid argument does not ~avail, because to hinder the co-existence


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