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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 29 | Having premised what have appeared necessary notions concerning 2 1, 43 | visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~into the unity of His 3 1, 43 | visible creature, in which He appeared, into the unity of ~His 4 1, 43 | dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only what was 5 1, 51 | Civ. Dei xvi) that angels appeared ~to Abraham under assumed 6 1, 51 | just as the ~angels who appeared to Abraham were seen by 7 1, 51 | like manner the angel who ~appeared to Tobias was seen by all 8 1, 51 | one whereby the Son of God appeared in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 9 1, 51 | with" the angels, who had appeared to him, ~"bringing them 10 1, 51 | Lk. 24). Now when angels appeared in their assumed bodies 11 1, 57 | great mystery of godliness appeared ~unto angels*." [*Vulg.: ' 12 1, 57 | godliness, which . . . ~appeared unto angels.'] Therefore 13 1, 69 | one place and the dry land appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth 14 1, 43 | visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~into the unity of His 15 1, 43 | visible creature, in which He appeared, into the unity of ~His 16 1, 43 | dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only what was 17 1, 52 | Civ. Dei xvi) that angels appeared ~to Abraham under assumed 18 1, 52 | just as the ~angels who appeared to Abraham were seen by 19 1, 52 | like manner the angel who ~appeared to Tobias was seen by all 20 1, 52 | one whereby the Son of God appeared in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 52 | with" the angels, who had appeared to him, ~"bringing them 22 1, 52 | Lk. 24). Now when angels appeared in their assumed bodies 23 1, 58 | great mystery of godliness appeared ~unto angels*." [*Vulg.: ' 24 1, 58 | godliness, which . . . ~appeared unto angels.'] Therefore 25 1, 70 | one place and the dry land appeared"; secondly, when "the ~earth 26 1, 88 | takes place there; as Samuel appeared to Saul (1 ~Kgs. 28:11). 27 1, 88 | said ~of Samuel that he appeared through Divine revelation; 28 1, 110 | regard to the angel who appeared to Joseph ~in dreams. Therefore 29 2, 69 | God; ~and it hath not yet appeared what we shall be. We know 30 2, 80 | never tempt man, unless ~he appeared visibly; which is evidently 31 2, 98 | who is described to have appeared to Moses, is ~sometimes 32 2, 98 | mouth, when God spoke ~and appeared to him, by means of a subordinate 33 2, 102 | the ram (because ~demons appeared under the form thereof); 34 2, 102 | fire, either because God appeared to ~Moses in a fire, and 35 2, 103 | Moon, to Lady Day, when appeared ~the first rays of the sun, 36 2, 1 | Vulg.: 'I am the Lord that appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and 37 2, 82 | adoration of latria, God Who appeared and spoke to ~them in the 38 2, 82 | Gn. 18:2) that three men ~appeared to Abraham, we are told 39 2, 93 | unlawfully. Yet Samuel appeared to Saul when the latter 40 2, 172 | 3): "I am the Lord that appeared to Abraham, to ~Isaac, and 41 2, 174 | says that "the Holy Ghost appeared over the ~disciples under 42 2, 187 | I trembled to go, there appeared ~to me the chaste dignity 43 3, 1 | creatures, inasmuch as He appeared to men as a true man." And ~ 44 3, 2 | only-begotten Son ~of God appeared in two natures, without 45 3, 12 | Bonaventure], and sometime appeared to me ~(Sent. iii, D, xiv), 46 3, 12 | Lk. 22:43) that "there appeared to Him an angel from ~heaven, 47 3, 27 | to say that before Christ appeared in sinless flesh, His Virgin ~ 48 3, 30 | annunciation should have appeared to the Virgin in a ~bodily 49 3, 30 | Annunciation should not have ~appeared to the Virgin in a bodily 50 3, 30 | seemingly, he ~should have appeared in the most excellent kind 51 3, 30 | angel of the Annunciation appeared to the Virgin in an ~intellectual 52 3, 30 | senses. But "the angel . . ~. appeared to Joseph in his sleep" ( 53 3, 30 | seems that he should have appeared to the ~Blessed Virgin also 54 3, 30 | angel of the ~Annunciation appeared in a bodily vision to the 55 3, 30 | angel of the Annunciation appeared in a bodily vision ~to the 56 3, 30 | in which the Son of God appeared in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 57 3, 30 | Joseph, to whom the angel appeared ~in his sleep, did not have 58 3, 30 | in Luc.): "The angel who ~appeared, knowing hers was a human 59 3, 36 | of God our Saviour hath appeared to all men, instructing 60 3, 36 | signs of Christ's ~birth appeared also in other parts of the 61 3, 36 | already born when the star appeared, according as he had ~heard 62 3, 36 | say that the star first appeared when Christ was born, and ~ 63 3, 36 | 1~Whether the star which appeared to the Magi belonged to 64 3, 36 | seem that the star which appeared to the Magi belonged ~to 65 3, 36 | Therefore the star which appeared to the Magi belonged to ~ 66 3, 36 | longer." But the angels who appeared to the shepherds were ~really 67 3, 36 | Therefore also the star which appeared to the ~Magi was really 68 3, 36 | reasons, that the star which appeared to the Magi did not belong 69 3, 36 | which it was seen]. For it appeared not only ~at night, but 70 3, 36 | were in the east ~the star appeared over the country of Judea, 71 3, 36 | who, under a ~human form, appeared to the shepherds, under 72 3, 36 | under the form of a star, appeared ~to the Magi. But it seems 73 3, 36 | star of unusual brightness appeared to the three ~Magi in the 74 3, 38 | of the ~Truth that hath appeared to the world, so do the 75 3, 39 | had run his course, but appeared while he was yet teaching 76 3, 39 | exist, like the flame which ~appeared in the bush to Moses."~Aquin.: 77 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: The Holy Ghost appeared over Christ at His baptism, 78 3, 39 | Thirdly, the Holy Ghost appeared under the form of a dove 79 3, 39 | the Deluge this creature ~appeared bearing an olive branch, 80 3, 39 | Fourthly, the Holy Ghost appeared over our Lord at His baptism 81 3, 39 | opposition. And therefore He appeared as a fiery tongue. Hence 82 3, 39 | in which the Holy Ghost appeared was real?~Aquin.: SMT TP 83 3, 39 | in which the Holy Ghost appeared was ~not real. For that 84 3, 39 | and that the Holy Ghost appeared to men's eyes in a fallacious ~ 85 3, 39 | according as they have appeared visibly, are said to ~have 86 3, 41 | this purpose the Son of God appeared, ~that He might destroy 87 3, 44 | at His birth a new star appeared in the heavens. ~Wherefore 88 3, 44 | Passion yet greater weakness appeared in His manhood. Therefore 89 3, 45 | before ~them" (Mt. 17:2): "He appeared to the Apostles such as 90 3, 45 | Consequently the refulgence, which appeared ~in Christ's body then, 91 3, 45 | body, but that his soul appeared through some assumed ~body, 92 3, 45 | the angels do. But Elias appeared in his own body, not that ~ 93 3, 45 | the baptism the Holy Ghost appeared under the form of ~a dove 94 3, 45 | God, and it hath not yet appeared what ~we shall be: we know 95 3, 45 | was there, the Holy Ghost appeared ~under the form of a dove, 96 3, 46 | sickness, and had then appeared, men would not have believed 97 3, 53 | into the holy city, and appeared to many." But Augustine ( 98 3, 54 | shape. But Christ's ~body appeared before the disciples "in 99 3, 54 | 24:37) that when Christ appeared to ~His disciples "they 100 3, 54 | way that Christ's ~body appeared to the disciples after the 101 3, 55 | Resurrection. But Christ appeared to the woman first, for 102 3, 55 | first day of the week, appeared first to Mary Magdalen." 103 3, 55 | His ~Disciples, because He appeared to them after His Resurrection 104 3, 55 | iii), we read how ~Christ appeared five times on the very day 105 3, 55 | seems that He ought to have appeared several ~times on the other 106 3, 55 | after eight days" ~Christ appeared to the disciples. Therefore 107 3, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He appeared oftener on the first day, 108 3, 55 | that after the first day He appeared ~again only five times. 109 3, 55 | and John, write that He appeared in Jerusalem to the ~eleven 110 3, 55 | 1 Cor. 15:6): ~'Then He appeared to more then five hundred 111 3, 55 | hiding in Jerusalem ~He appeared to them at first in order 112 3, 55 | Whether Christ should have appeared to the disciples "in another 113 3, 55 | Christ ought not to have appeared to the ~disciples "in another 114 3, 55 | Christ. Therefore if He ~appeared under another, it was not 115 3, 55 | Christ ought not to have appeared to the ~disciples "in another 116 3, 55 | Christ ought not to have ~appeared in another shape.~Aquin.: 117 3, 55 | Consequently, if Christ ~appeared to the disciples, in but 118 3, 55 | Therefore He ought not to have appeared in ~another shape.~Aquin.: 119 3, 55 | 16:12): "After that He appeared in ~another shape to two 120 3, 55 | His Resurrection Christ appeared in His own shape to ~some 121 3, 55 | disposed to belief, while He appeared in another shape ~to them 122 3, 55 | in Acts 1:3, that Christ appeared to His ~disciples "for forty 123 3, 55 | miracles. As to the angels who appeared, they did not say ~they 124 3, 57 | ascending Christ: but it appeared as a sign of the Godhead, 125 3, 57 | Godhead, just as God's ~glory appeared to Israel in a cloud over 126 3, 66 | mean the ~Holy Ghost, Who appeared above the disciples under 127 3, 76 | Christ without deception appeared to the disciples who ~were 128 3, 77 | alteration or corruption ~appeared previously in the adjacent 129 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: When Christ appeared under His proper species, 130 Suppl, 69| cases of the dead having appeared to the living.~Aquin.: SMT 131 Suppl, 69| of the martyr Felix who ~appeared visibly to the people of 132 Suppl, 86| the ~saints, of which they appeared outwardly to be citizens.~ 133 Suppl, 87| Christ came to be ~judged, He appeared in the form of weakness. 134 Suppl, 88| 10:6) that the angel who appeared, ~"swore by him that liveth 135 Suppl, 89| commenting on Lk. 1:2, "There appeared to him ~an angel," says: "


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