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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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efficacy

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1 1, 19 | happens on account of the efficacy of the divine will. For 2 1, 62 | 3]). But since infinite efficacy is required for ~comprehending 3 1, 62 | God, while the creature's efficacy in beholding is only ~finite; 4 1, 63 | 3]). But since infinite efficacy is required for ~comprehending 5 1, 63 | God, while the creature's efficacy in beholding is only ~finite; 6 1, 78 | nevertheless have their ~efficacy from one first habit, the 7 1, 94 | Therefore there is greater efficacy for merit.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 107 | certain strength, giving ~efficacy to the inferior spirits 9 1, 112 | was an impediment to the efficacy of the prayer which ~Daniel 10 2, 100 | moral ~precepts derive their efficacy from the very dictate of 11 2, 104 | but still retain their efficacy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 12 2, 106 | in the heart?~(2) Of its efficacy, i.e. does it justify?~( 13 2, 106 | Testament, and whereon all its ~efficacy is based, is the grace of 14 2, 111 | interpret speeches have special ~efficacy in bestowing faith. Hence 15 2, 114 | more, therefore, is the ~efficacy of such merit impeded by 16 2, 22 | works formally. Now the efficacy of a form depends ~on the 17 2, 30 | almsdeeds derive their spiritual efficacy, was greater.~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 81 | of praying, has a twofold efficacy in respect of ~a future 19 2, 81 | a future effect, namely, efficacy in meriting and efficacy 20 2, 81 | efficacy in meriting and efficacy in ~impetrating. Now prayer, 21 2, 81 | Body Para. 2/2~As to its efficacy in impetrating, prayer derives 22 2, 81 | chiefly on faith, not for its efficacy in ~meriting, because thus 23 2, 81 | on charity, but for its ~efficacy in impetrating, because 24 2, 86 | a simple vow takes its ~efficacy from the deliberation of 25 2, 93 | it is useless to deny the efficacy of dreams for the ~purpose 26 2, 93 | outward, and so far as the efficacy of that cause extends. But 27 2, 94 | observances which clearly have no efficacy by nature, it will be ~superstitious 28 2, 94 | astronomical also derive their efficacy ~from the actions of the 29 2, 98 | Order on account of the efficacy of the sacrament: ~but he 30 2, 187 | Such a vow ~derives its efficacy from the divine law. Nevertheless 31 2, 187 | of nature. Secondly, the efficacy of a simple ~vow encounters 32 3, 14 | the satisfaction has its efficacy, for satisfaction would ~ 33 3, 38 | cleanses the heart, save by the efficacy of ~the word, not because 34 3, 39 | forth which ~belong to the efficacy of our baptism: concerning 35 3, 39 | baptism: concerning which efficacy three ~points are to be 36 3, 39 | baptized conduces to ~the efficacy of baptism: wherefore those 37 3, 42 | confirmed His doctrine, in the efficacy of His persuasion, ~and 38 3, 48 | therefore it secures its efficacy by ~spiritual contact - 39 3, 49 | detracts nothing from the efficacy of Christ's Passion.~Aquin.: 40 3, 49 | s baptism, which has its efficacy from His Passion.~Aquin.: 41 3, 52 | s Passion had no greater efficacy then than it has ~now. Consequently, 42 3, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The efficacy of Christ's Resurrection 43 3, 56 | grace. Consequently, as to ~efficacy, which comes of the Divine 44 3, 60 | Church which derive their ~efficacy from the Word incarnate 45 3, 62 | the New Law derive their ~efficacy from faith in Christ's Passion. 46 3, 65 | sacraments derive their efficacy from the Divine power, and 47 3, 66 | the New Law derive their efficacy from ~the mandate of Christ. 48 3, 66 | foreshadowed it, derived its efficacy therefrom; but not in the 49 3, 66 | inasmuch as they derive efficacy from that Word, ~by Whom " 50 3, 66 | sacraments derive ~their efficacy from Christ's institution. 51 3, 66 | sacraments derive their efficacy from Christ's ~mandate. 52 3, 66 | OBJ 1: Baptism derives its efficacy from Christ's Passion, as ~ 53 3, 66 | difference of clothing have any efficacy in the Faith of Christ. 54 3, 66 | s ~Baptism. This has its efficacy from the Passion of Christ, 55 3, 66 | Baptism of Water has its ~efficacy from Christ's Passion, to 56 3, 66 | Water, which derives its efficacy, both from Christ's Passion 57 3, 66 | Baptism of Water derives its efficacy from ~Christ's Passion, 58 3, 66 | Christ's Passion derives its efficacy from the Holy ~Ghost, according 59 3, 66 | Baptism of Water derives its efficacy from Christ's Passion and ~ 60 3, 69 | not due to ~the greater efficacy of Baptism, but to the condition 61 3, 72 | sacraments ~derive their efficacy from the Divine institution, 62 3, 72 | from God, gives them their efficacy; we learn these things by 63 3, 78 | for all; while as to its efficacy it was ~profitable for many. 64 3, 78 | consecrated draw ~their efficacy from Christ's institution. 65 3, 78 | Christ's Passion has its efficacy not merely ~in the elect 66 3, 79 | Hence it is due to the efficacy of its power, that even 67 3, 82 | in so far as it has its efficacy from the devotion of the ~ 68 3, 82 | Church, his prayers have no efficacy.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 69 3, 83 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 7: The efficacy of the sacramental words 70 3, 84 | resurrection that He made known the efficacy of this sacrament and the ~ 71 3, 84 | just as Baptism derives its efficacy from the Passion of ~Christ, 72 3, 89 | That they fail in their efficacy ~to bring the man, who did 73 3, 89 | through Penance, their efficacy in bringing him, who did 74 Suppl, 4 | satisfaction derives its efficacy from the power of contrition. 75 Suppl, 4 | by charity; thirdly, its efficacy, for it is a meritorious 76 Suppl, 4 | contrition, because it lacks the efficacy of contrition.~Aquin.: SMT 77 Suppl, 5 | remedies derive infinite efficacy from the ~infinite power 78 Suppl, 6 | sacraments which derive their efficacy from it. ~Wherefore for 79 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 3: Baptism derives its efficacy from the sanctification 80 Suppl, 13| unless his merit has infinite efficacy, as ~the merit of Christ, 81 Suppl, 14| satisfaction ~will derive its efficacy from the charity which quickens 82 Suppl, 14| unless they derived some efficacy from his subsequent ~charity. 83 Suppl, 14| 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the efficacy of satisfaction is hindered 84 Suppl, 14| hindered by sin, so ~the efficacy of Baptism is hindered by 85 Suppl, 15| charity, does not ~lessen the efficacy of satisfaction, but increases 86 Suppl, 17| Enarr. in Ps. 138], the efficacy of the ~Passion abides in 87 Suppl, 18| keys which derive ~their efficacy from the Passion of Christ, 88 Suppl, 18| into himself entirely the efficacy of Christ's Passion, which ~ 89 Suppl, 18| Further, the keys derive their efficacy from Christ's Passion. ~ 90 Suppl, 19| the keys, derive their efficacy from the merit of Christ' 91 Suppl, 25| the sacraments, yet His ~efficacy is nowise restricted to 92 Suppl, 25| infinitely surpasses their ~efficacy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 93 Suppl, 25| indulgences have not the efficacy claimed for them, but that 94 Suppl, 25| indulgences have precisely the efficacy ~claimed for them, provided 95 Suppl, 26| an indulgence derives its efficacy from the superabundance 96 Suppl, 26| since they derive their efficacy from the distribution of 97 Suppl, 27| indulgences derive their ~efficacy from the application of 98 Suppl, 29| besides, they ~derive their efficacy from their institution, 99 Suppl, 29| their institution, which efficacy is given ~them by God alone.~ 100 Suppl, 29| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the efficacy and signification of the 101 Suppl, 29| natural properties, and the efficacy ~thereof is due to the Divine 102 Suppl, 29| is that all sacramental efficacy is derived from Christ: 103 Suppl, 29| Himself used, derived their efficacy from His ~use of them, even 104 Suppl, 29| wherefore it has to derive this efficacy from being consecrated.~ 105 Suppl, 29| instruments ~also receive their efficacy from the craftsman, both 106 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The efficacy which the sacrament derives 107 Suppl, 29| principal agent, but by the efficacy ~of the sacrament which 108 Suppl, 29| which he dispenses. This efficacy comes, in the first ~place, 109 Suppl, 29| form. Because, since the ~efficacy of the sacraments is derived 110 Suppl, 29| then a sacrament takes its ~efficacy from its form, it seems 111 Suppl, 30| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the efficacy of this sacrament is notified 112 Suppl, 30| sacrament ~derives from it its efficacy in healing the body.~Aquin.: 113 Suppl, 31| this sacrament derives its efficacy from prayer, as James declares ( 114 Suppl, 34| the sacraments take their ~efficacy from their form. Now the 115 Suppl, 34| from their form. Now the efficacy of the sacraments is from 116 Suppl, 34| perfect power. Hence the efficacy of the ~other sacraments 117 Suppl, 34| the ~minister; whereas the efficacy of this sacrament resides 118 Suppl, 37| sacraments derive their efficacy and ~authenticity from their 119 Suppl, 38| sacraments derive their efficacy from Christ's ~passion. 120 Suppl, 38| sacraments are lacking in efficacy, but on account of the sins ~ 121 Suppl, 42| sacraments derive their efficacy from Christ's ~Passion. 122 Suppl, 42| in so far as it has some efficacy. Therefore it has some efficacy 123 Suppl, 42| efficacy. Therefore it has some efficacy for the ~repression of concupiscence. 124 Suppl, 45| operations deriving their efficacy from the Divine ~institution, 125 Suppl, 71| our sacraments have their efficacy from themselves ~independently 126 Suppl, 71| discharged, as regards the efficacy of the suffrages that results 127 Suppl, 71| agent. But as regards the ~efficacy of the suffrages arising 128 Suppl, 71| Christ whole, has infinite ~efficacy so to speak. Therefore one 129 Suppl, 72| fire, ~on account of the efficacy of its active virtue, is 130 Suppl, 72| the greatest subtlety and efficacy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 131 Suppl, 73| will have an instrumental efficacy of resuscitation, not ~through 132 Suppl, 89| see a ~stone: whereas the efficacy of knowledge follows the 133 Suppl, 89| will not have so ~great an efficacy in seeing, as the Divine 134 Suppl, 89| which is ~finite. Hence its efficacy in knowing would need to 135 Suppl, 90| obtains its meritorious ~efficacy from charity [*Cf. FS, Q[


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