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129 beloved
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hear

    Part, Question
1 1, 11 | contrary, It is written "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our 2 1, 39 | It is said (Dt. 6:4): "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy 3 1, 42 | Also, the Son hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" (Jn. 5:30). 4 1, 43 | and hence it was said, "Hear ye Him" ~(Mt. 17:5). To 5 1, 39 | It is said (Dt. 6:4): "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy 6 1, 42 | Also, the Son hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" (Jn. 5:30). 7 1, 43 | and hence it was said, "Hear ye Him" ~(Mt. 17:5). To 8 1, 80 | obey reason: for we neither hear nor see just when we ~wish. 9 1, 111 | ever wait upon him, and hear his commands immediately; 10 2, 13 | which, like bees, cannot hear sounds, are prudent by instinct." ~ 11 2, 23 | instance, to see, and to hear. But the irascible and the 12 2, 32 | others may ~come, and thou hear the whole. And so whenever 13 2, 33 | of a verse, he desires to hear the ~second part, as Augustine 14 2, 97 | follows (Dt. 1:17): "You shall hear the little as well as the 15 2, 98 | did [Vulg.: 'Thou ~didst'] hear His words out of the midst 16 2, 99 | precepts, as in Dt. 5:1: "Hear, O Israel, the ceremonies 17 2, 99 | lawgiver: e.g. Dt. 6:4: "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our 18 2, 99 | in Dt. 28: ~"If thou wilt hear the voice of the Lord thy 19 2, 105 | But the people would not hear the voice of Samuel." ~It 20 2, 108 | miracles, or merely to hear His words.~Aquin.: SMT FS 21 2, 108 | Dt. 28:1): "If thou wilt hear the ~voice of the Lord thy 22 2, 108 | to Jn. 10:27: "My sheep hear My voice . . . and ~they 23 2, 112 | perfectly ~moved by God to hear, to learn, to come; and 24 2, 114 | we know that God doth not hear sinners," otherwise it would 25 2, 2 | heard? And ~how shall they hear without a preacher? And 26 2, 4 | the person from whom we hear greatly ~surpasses that 27 2, 5 | for then they could not hear anything from another. Therefore, 28 2, 5 | by the Ps. 84:9: "I will hear what the ~Lord God will 29 2, 6 | the same ~miracle, or who hear the same sermon, some believe, 30 2, 8 | learn or understand what we ~hear. Therefore whoever has the 31 2, 10 | heard? And ~how shall they hear without a preacher?" Therefore 32 2, 10 | which sense a man refuses to hear the faith, or despises ~ 33 2, 10 | consider whether those who hear the ~disputation are instructed 34 2, 10 | not expedient for them to hear what unbelievers have ~to 35 2, 11 | to Dt. 1:17: "You shall hear the little as well as the 36 2, 15 | they were forbidden to hear the words of the ~prophet 37 2, 15 | Dt. 6:4), the words, "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy [ 38 2, 20 | written (Judith 9:17): "Hear me a poor wretch ~making 39 2, 30 | Christ your judge, not to hear ~you with the poor whom 40 2, 43 | more to have wisdom than to hear wisdom. Now it is only for 41 2, 43 | only for the perfect ~to hear wisdom, according to 1 Cor. 42 2, 62 | Civ. Dei i, 20): "When we hear it ~said, 'Thou shalt not 43 2, 66 | 1): "If any one sin, and hear the ~voice of one swearing, 44 2, 69 | hearing, that he may speak and hear what is ~said to him. Consequently 45 2, 81 | OBJ 1: The Lord is said to hear the desire of the poor, 46 2, 81 | before they call, I will hear."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 47 2, 81 | withstand Me, for I will not hear thee." On the other hand ~ 48 2, 81 | We know that God doth not hear ~sinners"; and this agrees 49 2, 81 | The Father is unwilling to hear ~the prayer which the Son 50 2, 81 | If God were ~not to hear sinners, the publican would 51 2, 89 | we may induce others, who hear ~him praised, to think well 52 2, 89 | farther on: "Let the meek hear ~and rejoice. O magnify 53 2, 89 | and then had rather ~not hear the singer."~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 94 | her ears, which will not hear the voice of the charmers, 55 2, 96 | 1): "If anyone sin, and hear the ~voice of one swearing 56 2, 139 | pleased to see the stag, or to hear its voice, in relation to 57 2, 149 | that he who has ears to hear, may put to none but a ~ 58 2, 155 | Ecclus. 5:13): "Be meek ~to hear the word" of God. Again, 59 2, 159 | super Luc.): "If thou wilt hear ~the name of this virtue, 60 2, 166 | according to Prov. 8:6, "Hear, for I will speak of great ~ 61 2, 169 | wakeneth my ~ear, so that I may hear Him as a master." This is 62 2, 169 | seqq.], and ~from Him they hear the truth, so that they 63 2, 170 | good of those who ~see and hear." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] 64 2, 170 | of heaven as soon as we hear ~them, we know them as soon 65 2, 172 | were, for not only ~did he hear words, but also saw one 66 2, 176 | know that God doth ~not hear sinners," and Prov. 28:9, " 67 2, 176 | enlightened; "since God does hear sinners." When ~it is said 68 2, 185 | all that monks shall not hear confessions ~except of one 69 2, 186 | authority to preach and hear ~confessions should be committed 70 2, 186 | indiscriminately to preach or hear confessions, but according 71 2, 187 | their office to preach and hear ~confessions. Therefore 72 3, 19 | sensitive part, as to see and hear, to imagine and remember, 73 3, 21 | by day, and Thou wilt not hear." Not every prayer of His, 74 3, 21 | shall cry and Thou wilt not hear," we must ~take this as 75 3, 30 | more astonishing than to hear ~its own excellence. Now, 76 3, 36 | unknown, so that no one can hear it from another; for "faith ~ 77 3, 40 | drawn all men to Himself, to hear His preaching, yet He did 78 3, 40 | edification to those who hear it when they are told ~that 79 3, 41 | enough that they should hear it related.~Aquin.: SMT 80 3, 44 | hath made both the deaf to hear and the dumb to speak."~ 81 3, 45 | not then command men to hear him. Therefore ~neither 82 3, 45 | men should be commanded to hear ~Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] 83 3, 46 | Theophylact says: "When you hear that He was lifted up, understand ~ 84 3, 47 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: When we hear the words, "No man taketh 85 3, 51 | are in their graves shall hear the ~voice of the Son of 86 3, 51 | God . . . and they that hear shall live." Thirdly, as ~ 87 3, 53 | Christ's rising we might hear this - 'once ye ~were darkness, 88 3, 59 | dead in their graves shall hear the voice of the Son of 89 3, 71 | heard? And ~how shall they hear without a preacher?" And 90 3, 71 | another's ears, that they ~may hear, and another's mind, that 91 3, 71 | that his ears be opened ~to hear the commandments of God, 92 3, 72 | Bishop Januarius, says: "We hear that ~some were scandalized 93 3, 82 | or sinful priests, and to hear mass said by them?~Aquin.: 94 3, 82 | even sinful priests, and to hear mass said by them. ~Because, 95 3, 82 | it is ~not forbidden to hear the masses of priests who 96 3, 82 | ought not to be forbidden to hear the masses of priests guilty 97 3, 82 | Dist. 32): "Let no one hear the mass of ~a priest whom 98 3, 82 | Communion at their hands, and to hear their mass. Hence on 1 Cor. ~ 99 3, 82 | Reply OBJ 1: By refusing to hear the masses of such priests, 100 3, 82 | the Church, lest anyone hear the ~mass of one living 101 Suppl, 8 | who is not a priest can hear ~the confession of venial 102 Suppl, 8 | the place of a priest, and hear ~a person's confession.~ 103 Suppl, 8 | who is not a priest may hear ~the confession of venial 104 Suppl, 8 | no one but a ~priest may hear the confession of venial 105 Suppl, 8 | lawful for one ~priest to hear the confession of another' 106 Suppl, 8 | another than the ~rector hear the confession of his subjects. 107 Suppl, 8 | such as a bishop, can hear the confession of anyone 108 Suppl, 8 | depute another priest ~to hear that man.~Aquin.: SMT XP 109 Suppl, 8 | through that power that he can hear ~confessions. Therefore, 110 Suppl, 8 | can depute that priest to hear his confession and absolve 111 Suppl, 8 | hand, the priest cannot hear the confession, on account 112 Suppl, 8 | impediment can permit him to hear confessions.~Aquin.: SMT 113 Suppl, 8 | privilege granted to another to hear confessions.~Aquin.: SMT 114 Suppl, 11| urgency for a ~layman to hear a confession. But he is 115 Suppl, 20| case the priest should not hear the confession of ~his accomplice, 116 Suppl, 21| about the man who refuses to hear the ~Church: "Let him be 117 Suppl, 21| they also who refuse to hear the Church, ~should be banished 118 Suppl, 59| blasphemous words and refusing to hear Christ's name, then if she ~ 119 Suppl, 70| body - such as to see, to hear, and so forth. Hence it 120 Suppl, 71| Jn. 9:31, "God doth not hear sinners." Now if ~their 121 Suppl, 71| Jn. 9:31, "God doth ~not hear sinners," says that "he 122 Suppl, 72| pray for us," but "Christ, hear us," or "have mercy on us."~ 123 Suppl, 72| are in the graves ~shall hear the voice of the Son of 124 Suppl, 72| God . . . and they that hear shall ~live." Therefore 125 Suppl, 73| sounds to one who cannot hear. But ~the dead will not 126 Suppl, 73| are in the graves shall ~hear the voice of the Son of 127 Suppl, 73| and (Jn. 5:25) they that hear ~shall live." Now this voice 128 Suppl, 85| xxvi): "Those at least will hear ~the words of the Judge, 129 Suppl, 85| because ~thus all will hear the Judge's words, since


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