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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | the things that are too high for thee" (Ecclus. 3:22). ~ 2 1, 4 | stammer, we yet chant the high things of God." For that 3 1, 8 | Ps. 112:4), "The Lord is high above all nations," etc. 4 1, 12 | is to be referred to some high mode of prophecy, so that 5 1, 23 | being; some of which hold a high ~and some a low place in 6 1, 29 | signify those who ~held high dignity. Hence, those who 7 1, 29 | dignity. Hence, those who held high rank in the Church came 8 1, 29 | a ~rational nature is of high dignity, therefore every 9 1, 31 | sings: "Thou alone art Most High, O Jesus ~Christ."~Aquin.: 10 1, 31 | that the Son alone is Most High; ~but that He alone is Most 11 1, 31 | but that He alone is Most High "with the Holy Ghost, in 12 1, 41 | of the mouth of the Most High, the ~first-born before 13 1, 63 | I will be like the Most High." And ~Augustine (De Qu. 14 1, 68 | it ~denotes that body on high which is luminous actually 15 1, 68 | the Light and the Most ~High Spirit. It is explained 16 1, 41 | of the mouth of the Most High, the ~first-born before 17 1, 64 | I will be like the Most High." And ~Augustine (De Qu. 18 1, 69 | it ~denotes that body on high which is luminous actually 19 1, 69 | the Light and the Most ~High Spirit. It is explained 20 1, 101 | earth to be raised up so high, and ~because beneath the 21 1, 112 | Who maketh peace in His high ~places." But strife is 22 1, 112 | peace. Therefore among the high angels ~there is no strife.~ 23 1, 113 | spirits of wickedness in the high places."~Aquin.: SMT FP 24 1, 114 | grossness of ~matter, its low or high temperature or other such 25 2, 13 | for a bishopric or some high ~position in the state, 26 2, 14 | matters does not rank ~so high as to be desirable of itself, 27 2, 31 | termini; ~thus, "repose in a high place is contrary to repose 28 2, 40 | in drink - viz. heat ~and high spirits, on account of wine, 29 2, 66 | keeping the law of the most High," [*See ~Lesson in the Mass 30 2, 81 | those who are guilty of high ~treason are disinherited. 31 2, 87 | parents, as in the case of high treason. Therefore also 32 2, 93 | evades ~the laws of the most high Creator and Governor, for 33 2, 102 | and three ~cubits high . . . and thou shalt cover 34 2, 102 | Who maketh peace in . . . ~high places." For this reason, 35 2, 102 | Lord sitting upon a ~throne high and elevated"; and the seraphim 36 2, 102 | not to make the ~altar high, so as to make it necessary 37 2, 102 | their ~altars ornate and high, thinking that there was 38 2, 102 | altar could be placed so high ~that the priests when offering 39 2, 102 | people: since both those of high and those of low ~degree 40 2, 103 | was the priest of the most high God." ~Therefore the sacramental 41 2, 103 | endued with power from on high" (Lk. ~24:49). But the apostles 42 2, 12 | Lift not up your horn on high," a gloss ~says: "To excuse 43 2, 30 | commandments of the Most High, and it shall bring thee 44 2, 31 | degree, but also those of high position, refrain from ~ 45 2, 66 | man owes to all both of ~high and of low degree, both 46 2, 75 | place where ~wheat fetches a high price, knowing that many 47 2, 83 | be offered to the most ~high God alone. Since sacrifice 48 2, 84 | says (Heb. 5:1): "Every high priest taken from among 49 2, 85 | the priest of ~the Most High God, according to Gn. 14: 50 2, 92 | should be ~given to the most high uncreated God alone, as 51 2, 92 | OBJ 3: Further, the most high God should be honored with 52 2, 92 | special is due to ~the most high God Who excels all in a 53 2, 92 | gods, and that to the most ~high God, as being better than 54 2, 106 | another: thus in the crime of high treason a son loses his 55 2, 110 | far away, he lifts it up high. And to uplift oneself, 56 2, 116 | but also for knowledge and high places, when prominence 57 2, 124 | one, he beholdeth every high thing": ~and sometimes it 58 2, 129 | ambitiously sought the high priesthood." Therefore ambition 59 2, 131 | some things, and having a high opinion of himself ~in others. 60 2, 134 | Ecclus. 5:4): "The Most High is a ~patient rewarder." 61 2, 147 | chiefly required in persons of high standing.~Aquin.: SMT SS 62 2, 150 | slight on what is a virtue of high degree."~Aquin.: SMT SS 63 2, 152 | unfaithful to the law of the Most High" (since there ~it is commanded: " 64 2, 159 | the mind, lest it tend to high things ~immoderately; and 65 2, 165 | the things that are too high for ~thee, and search not 66 2, 166 | man sometimes to relax the high ~pressure of his attention 67 2, 169 | Lord sitting upon a throne high and elevated." Moreover 68 2, 170 | mind to be raised very ~high in order to contemplate 69 2, 171 | of himself, but being the High Priest of that year, he ~ 70 2, 181 | man be rich or poor, of high or low rank, and so forth. 71 2, 182 | Hier. v) that "when the high ~priest," i.e. the bishop, " 72 2, 184 | not serve.' For on every high hill and under every green 73 2, 187 | boy Benedict began at a high degree of grace and ~perfection 74 2, 187 | pay his vows to the Most ~High."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 75 3, 1 | is written: "The Lord is high above all ~nations, and 76 3, 1 | God has proved to us how high a place human nature holds ~ 77 3, 3 | 5): "The Word of God on high is the fountain of wisdom." ~ 78 3, 4 | that we should have such a high priest . . . ~separated 79 3, 9 | a ~light infused from on high, and this manner of knowing 80 3, 9 | down to the soul from on high, and not from phantasms. 81 3, 10 | 5: "The Word of ~God on high is the fountain of Wisdom." 82 3, 13 | falling from a beam set on high, since the ~imagination 83 3, 15 | Ecclus. 34:23), "The Most High approveth not the gifts 84 3, 15 | far otherwise - from on high." Hence He ~was not in Adam 85 3, 27 | written (Ps. ~45:5): "The most High hath sanctified His own 86 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin received in a ~high degree both the gift of 87 3, 28 | of the "power of the Most High," could not be gazed on 88 3, 30 | she did not think such high things ~of herself. Consequently 89 3, 32 | and the Power of the Most High," i.e. ~Christ, "shall overshadow 90 3, 32 | Moral. ~xviii). The "Most High" is the Father, whose Power 91 3, 32 | is the Power of ~the Most High, to seed, by reason of the 92 3, 35 | according to Is. ~26:5,6: "The high city He shall lay low . . . 93 3, 39 | to be attested ~from on high by the Father's testimony, 94 3, 39 | comes down upon us from on high, and that the ~Father's 95 3, 41 | and again "into a very high ~mountain." Nor is it strange, 96 3, 41 | to be found a mountain so high ~that all the world can 97 3, 45 | but from some place on high ~whither he was taken up 98 3, 46 | ii): "He suffered upon a high rood and ~not under a roof, 99 3, 46 | understand ~His hanging on high, that He might sanctify 100 3, 46 | and shall be exceeding ~high; as many as have been astonished 101 3, 48 | to Dan. 4:22: "The Most High ruleth over the ~kingdom 102 3, 49 | Ps. 112:4: "The Lord is high above all nations, ~and 103 3, 49 | and shall be ~exceeding high: as many have been astonished 104 3, 51 | for God who is above the high ~heavens to be laid in the 105 3, 57 | Eph. 4:8: "Ascending on high," the ~gloss says: "in place 106 3, 57 | thus there is no place so high as to exceed the dignity 107 3, 57 | Eph. 4:8): ~"Ascending on high, He led captivity captive," 108 3, 58 | hand of the majesty ~on high," the gloss adds, "that 109 3, 58 | the right hand" of God "on high" (Heb. 1:3).~Aquin.: SMT 110 3, 60 | city walls, and persons of high rank. ~Consequently those 111 3, 64 | written (Heb. 5:1): "Every high priest taken ~from among 112 3, 65 | endued with power from on high" (Lk. 24:49). Thirdly, by ~ 113 3, 72 | by the imposition of the high priest's ~hands, in order 114 3, 72 | be given by none but the high priests. Nor is it ~related 115 3, 75 | Joan.): "The Lord is on ~high until the world be ended; 116 3, 83 | angel ~unto Thine altar on high."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 117 3, 83 | words, "Glory be ~to God on high," which are sung on festival 118 3, 83 | Church, and "for those set in high places" ~(1 Tim. 2:2), and, 119 3, 83 | angel." But God's "altar on high" means either the Church ~ 120 3, 83 | absolution from the invisible High ~Priest Jesus Christ for 121 Suppl, 8 | defect is supplied by the High Priest. Nevertheless ~confession 122 Suppl, 19| inasmuch as ~Christ came, "a high priest of the good things 123 Suppl, 24| be ~absolved, he shows a high degree of contumacy. Therefore 124 Suppl, 25| it - who perhaps puts too high a value on it - nor of the 125 Suppl, 35| effects of the sacraments, the High Priest will supply the ~ 126 Suppl, 51| condition of ~person, so do high and low rank, or dignity 127 Suppl, 71| Eccl. Hier. vii): "The high priest ~prays not for the 128 Suppl, 72| the judgment will rise as high ~as the waters of the deluge; 129 Suppl, 79| says on Ps. 149:6, "The high praises of God shall ~be 130 Suppl, 86| yet ~they do not rank as high as poverty, since the beginning 131 Suppl, 88| enlighteneth the world on high." Hence ~the heavenly bodies 132 Suppl, 96| the right hand of the most High." We ~may also reply that


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