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superiority 21
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supernatural 127
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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supernatural

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | it is necessary that some supernatural ~disposition should be added 2 1, 12 | things, so also He does ~supernatural wonders above the common 3 1, 54 | enlightened with regard to ~supernatural mysteries, to the knowledge 4 1, 58 | may be dependent on God's supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, 5 1, 58 | be misled with regard to supernatural matters; for ~example, on 6 1, 60 | nature beatifies all with supernatural ~beatitude, He is love with 7 1, 62 | unless helped by some ~other supernatural principle. Thus it is clear 8 1, 62 | it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural agent. This is what we call 9 1, 62 | angel, only because it is supernatural.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 10 1, 63 | to God as the object of supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused 11 1, 63 | his appetite away from supernatural beatitude, which is attained 12 1, 68 | 6~Again, three kinds of supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, 13 1, 75 | happiness is the ultimate and supernatural end.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 14 1, 55 | enlightened with regard to ~supernatural mysteries, to the knowledge 15 1, 59 | may be dependent on God's supernatural ~ordinance. Consequently, 16 1, 59 | be misled with regard to supernatural matters; for ~example, on 17 1, 61 | nature beatifies all with supernatural ~beatitude, He is love with 18 1, 63 | unless helped by some ~other supernatural principle. Thus it is clear 19 1, 63 | it be moved thereto by a ~supernatural agent. This is what we call 20 1, 63 | angel, only because it is supernatural.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 21 1, 64 | to God as the object of supernatural beatitude, comes of ~infused 22 1, 64 | his appetite away from supernatural beatitude, which is attained 23 1, 69 | 6~Again, three kinds of supernatural visions, bodily, imaginative, 24 1, 74 | happiness is the ultimate and supernatural end.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 25 1, 93 | of man is directed to a supernatural end: ~just as it is necessary 26 1, 93 | such a ~knowledge of these supernatural truths as was necessary 27 1, 93 | experience. But as ~regards supernatural knowledge, he would also 28 1, 93 | but by virtue of some ~supernatural operation. We need not, 29 1, 94 | merely natural gift, but a supernatural endowment of grace; for 30 1, 96 | immortality, but by ~reason of a supernatural force given by God to the 31 1, 96 | primitive state was based on a ~supernatural force in the soul, and not 32 1, 99 | was made, consists ~in the supernatural subjection of the reason 33 1, 101 | not by nature, but by a supernatural gift of God. Therefore that ~ 34 2, 17 | in virtue of a natural or supernatural ~light. Consequently in 35 2, 17 | through the ~withdrawal of the supernatural gift which God had bestowed 36 2, 62 | whereby he may be directed to supernatural happiness, even as he is ~ 37 2, 62 | far as He is the object of supernatural happiness.~~Aquin.: SMT 38 2, 62 | theological virtues direct ~man to supernatural happiness in the same way 39 2, 62 | fall short of the order of supernatural happiness, ~according to 40 2, 62 | receive in addition something supernatural to direct him to a ~supernatural 41 2, 62 | supernatural to direct him to a ~supernatural end. First, as regards the 42 2, 62 | intellect, man receives certain ~supernatural principles, which are held 43 2, 62 | need for an additional ~supernatural habit in both respects.~ 44 2, 63 | suffice to direct us to ~supernatural good. Therefore there are 45 2, 63 | Therefore there are no other supernatural virtues ~needing to be caused 46 2, 63 | whereby we are directed to a ~supernatural end, as stated (Q[62], A[ 47 2, 63 | us sufficiently to our ~supernatural end, inchoatively: i.e. 48 2, 63 | principles in relation to his supernatural end.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] 49 2, 65 | works in proportion to a supernatural last end, thus they have 50 2, 68 | reason; secondly, with ~a supernatural perfection, to wit, the 51 2, 68 | matters ~directed to the supernatural end, to which man's reason 52 2, 91 | directing man to an end supernatural and Divine.~Aquin.: SMT 53 2, 91 | human nature. But to his supernatural ~end man needs to be directed 54 2, 109 | in order to do and ~wish supernatural good; but for two reasons, 55 2, 109 | order to carry out ~works of supernatural virtue, which are meritorious. 56 2, 109 | connatural good, much less to the supernatural good of justice.~Aquin.: 57 2, 110 | loves, that they may acquire supernatural good, than for creatures, 58 2, 110 | towards the acquisition of supernatural good, certain ~forms or 59 2, 110 | good, certain ~forms or supernatural qualities, whereby they 60 2, 114 | unless there is added a supernatural gift, ~which we call grace. 61 2, 2 | which it ~acquires through a supernatural participation of Divine 62 2, 2 | happiness consists in a supernatural vision of God: to which 63 2, 2 | its perfection, and some supernatural ~knowledge is necessary, 64 2, 5 | contemplation, ~whereby the supernatural truth is seen in its essence. 65 2, 6 | accrue to him from some supernatural principle ~moving him inwardly; 66 2, 8 | Consequently man needs a supernatural light in ~order to penetrate 67 2, 8 | natural light: and this supernatural light which is bestowed 68 2, 8 | since man is ~ordained to supernatural happiness, as stated above ( 69 2, 8 | heart of things. Hence ~the supernatural gift is called after the 70 2, 8 | reason, and requires the ~supernatural light of a gift of the Holy 71 2, 8 | move it directly to some supernatural good; so ~also, by the gift 72 2, 8 | so that ~it knows some supernatural truth, to which the right 73 2, 8 | respect of such things as are supernatural, ~since the articles of 74 2, 8 | like first principles in supernatural ~knowledge, as stated above ( 75 2, 8 | four gifts ~are ordained to supernatural knowledge, which, in us, 76 2, 10 | intention with regard to the supernatural ~last end: but even the 77 2, 21 | but for man to hope for a supernatural ~good he had to be induced 78 2, 23 | charity is founded on a supernatural fellowship, so the ~comparison 79 2, 43 | intellectual virtue, while the supernatural knowledge of Divine things ~ 80 2, 134 | hand, the good of ~grace is supernatural, wherefore man cannot tend 81 2, 134 | patience which proceeds from a supernatural love.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] 82 2, 169 | of things pertaining to supernatural knowledge, which are ~manifested 83 2, 171 | needs the assistance of a supernatural light.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 84 2, 172 | the prophecy whereby a supernatural truth is seen by intellectual 85 2, 172 | excellent than that in which a supernatural truth is manifested ~by 86 2, 172 | OBJ 1: When a particular supernatural truth has to be revealed 87 2, 172 | not ~that he may know some supernatural things, but that he may 88 2, 172 | imaginary vision leading to a supernatural truth. It was ~this kind 89 2, 172 | the intelligible light, a supernatural truth is revealed through 90 2, 172 | the prophecy wherein a ~supernatural truth is revealed without 91 2, 172 | because they do not attain to supernatural truth. The prophecy wherein ~ 92 2, 172 | truth. The prophecy wherein ~supernatural truth is manifested through 93 2, 172 | that draws the soul away to supernatural things while it is awake 94 2, 172 | wherein ~an intelligible and supernatural truth is shown without any 95 2, 172 | revelation of intelligible and supernatural truth, without any imaginary ~ 96 2, 172 | Prophecy denotes vision of some supernatural truth as ~being far remote 97 2, 172 | itself, because, to wit, the supernatural truth is not ~known in itself, 98 2, 173 | spirit of God to things supernatural, and withdrawn from ~his 99 2, 174 | knowledge of all things ~supernatural; wherefore from its very 100 2, 176 | brought to a certain degree of supernatural ~knowledge of the objects 101 2, 176 | objects of faith by certain supernatural effects which ~are called 102 2, 176 | manifestation of something ~supernatural, and in this respect they 103 3, 8 | end - nor as regards their supernatural being, since, of ~those 104 3, 9 | another and much higher supernatural knowledge, i.e. the Divine ~ 105 3, 13 | being brought about by a supernatural agent above ~the wonted 106 3, 28 | that ~effect. But as the supernatural power of God extends to 107 3, 28 | man: this is shown in His supernatural conception, of a virgin, ~ 108 3, 31 | things both natural, and supernatural. In accordance with nature 109 3, 31 | consequently it belongs to the supernatural mode ~of Christ's generation, 110 3, 31 | principle of generation was the ~supernatural power of God: but it belongs 111 3, 32 | both by natural and by a supernatural power. By ~natural power, 112 3, 32 | A[4] Body Para. 2/3~By a supernatural power, because they say 113 3, 33 | natural, and many that are supernatural." ~For if we consider in 114 3, 33 | simply as miraculous and ~supernatural, although in a certain respect 115 3, 35 | conception: but it is also supernatural, because He was ~begotten, 116 3, 35 | of the Holy ~Ghost it was supernatural. Therefore the Blessed Virgin 117 3, 43 | of ~union: and that His supernatural doctrine was from God. And 118 3, 45 | man: this is shown ~in His supernatural conception of a virgin and 119 3, 75 | changes, but is entirely ~supernatural, and effected by God's power 120 3, 76 | this sacrament is entirely supernatural, it ~is visible in itself 121 3, 76 | is visible in itself to a supernatural, i.e. the Divine, intellect, 122 3, 76 | Divine intellect, sees all supernatural ~things in the vision of 123 3, 76 | faith alone, like other supernatural things. And not ~even the 124 3, 83 | consecration, performed by supernatural power, the ~people are first 125 Suppl, 67| by a cause altogether ~supernatural, as in the case of miracles: 126 Suppl, 72| certain ~resemblance to the supernatural. Thus the union of soul 127 Suppl, 80| non-glorified ~body by a supernatural power. Hence Gregory says (


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