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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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converted

    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | to ~Thee, and we shall be converted." Yet predestination has 2 1, 51 | Resurrection food was not converted into the ~substance of Christ' 3 1, 62 | to Thee, and we shall be converted." Hence it is clear that ~ 4 1, 63 | operation some of them were ~converted to the praise of the Word 5 1, 67 | for instance, water is converted into fire. When, ~however, 6 1, 52 | Resurrection food was not converted into the ~substance of Christ' 7 1, 63 | to Thee, and we shall be converted." Hence it is clear that ~ 8 1, 64 | operation some of them were ~converted to the praise of the Word 9 1, 68 | for instance, water is converted into fire. When, ~however, 10 1, 116 | Paul the Gentiles were ~converted, of which mystery the Apostle 11 2, 79 | seized with ~compunction, and converted, as related by Augustine ( 12 2, 79 | they may be humbled and converted, as ~Augustine states (De 13 2, 100 | of sin, ~and his soul is converted to God by other moral precepts 14 2, 102 | remnants of Israel will be converted; or else because they who 15 2, 103 | reason why those who were converted from heathendom to ~Christianity 16 2, 103 | Holy Ghost did not wish the converted Jews to be ~debarred at 17 2, 103 | legal ceremonies, while converted ~heathens were forbidden 18 2, 103 | lawful for him who was a converted ~Jew. But he did sin by 19 2, 103 | commandment to those who were ~converted to Christ from heathendom. 20 2, 109 | Convert me and I shall be ~converted, for Thou art the Lord, 21 2, 109 | to Thee, and we shall be converted."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 22 2, 113 | interiorly and that man is converted to God, ~first by an imperfect 23 2, 1 | not, and thou, being once converted, confirm thy ~brethren." 24 2, 10 | master's commands, will be converted to the faith of his master 25 2, 10 | over the faithful who are converted into children of God.~Aquin.: 26 2, 10 | unmolested might gradually be converted to the faith. For this reason 27 2, 10 | if it is willing to be converted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 28 2, 11 | unbelievers who ~wish to be converted are received by the Church. 29 2, 11 | received the faith ~are converted, they do not as yet show 30 2, 19 | but that he should be ~converted, and live" [*Vulg.: 'Is 31 2, 19 | and not that he should be converted and live?' Cf. Ezech. 33: 32 2, 24 | profits the sinner, ~if he be converted, unto the expiation of his 33 2, 24 | crime; and, if he be not ~converted, it profits so as to put 34 2, 41 | the gentiles who had been converted to the ~faith were scandalized. 35 2, 53 | of the flesh, cannot be ~converted and submit to the law of 36 2, 81 | sinners, that they may be ~converted, and for the just that they 37 2, 134 | wicked, that they may ~be converted." Wherefore it is written ( 38 2, 140 | Mt. 18:3, "Unless you be converted, and become as little ~children," 39 2, 145 | written (Joel 2:12): "Be ~converted to Me with all your heart, 40 2, 180 | Ezech.): "Whosoever is converted to God must first of all 41 2, 181 | are three states ~of the converted, the beginning, the middle, 42 2, 183 | them to the gentiles ~He converted their impetuous soul."~Aquin.: 43 2, 185 | the needy when they were converted to God, we ~must credit 44 2, 187 | not, because sinners are converted to the religious ~life more 45 2, 187 | should be ~persuaded to be converted, not by compulsion but of 46 2, 187 | causeth a sinner to be converted from the error of his way, 47 2, 187 | in so far as he whom they converted ~to Judaism "from paganism, 48 2, 187 | bad example to the ~person converted, whence he becomes worse.~ 49 3, 16 | not, indeed, by its being converted into the Divine Nature, ~ 50 3, 22 | sins we pray that they be converted; or who, after taking part 51 3, 40 | the publican who had been converted from a sinful to a better ~ 52 3, 42 | disciples such a power that they converted the Gentiles ~to Christ, 53 3, 43 | is ~better for them to be converted to the faith even by miracles 54 3, 43 | viz. that they may be ~converted to the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 55 3, 52 | here below, they can be converted ~to faith and charity, because 56 3, 66 | Cataphrygians should be converted to the ~Catholic Church, 57 3, 68 | 5:8): "Delay not to be ~converted to the Lord, and defer it 58 3, 68 | adults as soon as they are converted, but it should be deferred 59 3, 68 | people, if they be not ~fully converted. Nevertheless, as the same 60 3, 68 | satisfaction sinners recently ~converted are drilled into righteousness, 61 3, 68 | when they were ~recently converted, as we read in Mt. 9:14, 62 3, 75 | 1/1~Whether bread can be converted into the body of Christ?~ 63 3, 75 | seems that bread cannot be converted into the body of Christ. ~ 64 3, 75 | substance of the bread to be ~converted into the body of Christ.~ 65 3, 75 | thing into which another is converted, ~begins anew to inhere 66 3, 75 | the matter of the thing converted into it: as ~when air is 67 3, 75 | like manner when food ~is converted into non-pre-existing man, 68 3, 75 | which another is made is converted ~into that which is made 69 3, 75 | be false: ~"The bread is converted into the body of Christ," 70 3, 75 | not said that non-being is converted into being. Therefore it ~ 71 3, 75 | whereas non-being is not converted ~into being. But this comes 72 3, 75 | to say that "non-being is converted into ~being": we can, however, 73 3, 75 | the whole substance is ~converted into the whole substance, 74 3, 76 | consecrated, nor are ~they converted into Christ's true body 75 3, 77 | of the bread and wine be converted into ~the body and blood 76 3, 77 | food ~nourishes by being converted into the substance of the 77 3, 77 | sacramental species can ~be converted into a substance generated 78 3, 77 | from them. And they can be ~converted into the human body for 79 3, 78 | so also that ~which is converted is determinate, since only 80 3, 78 | determinate, since only bread is converted into the ~body of Christ. 81 3, 81 | Matth.): "Judas was not ~converted while partaking of the sacred 82 3, 85 | to Thee, and we shall ~be converted"; the second, an act of 83 Suppl, 21| those prayers unless they be converted to the faith. In like ~manner 84 Suppl, 56| for instance when he is converted from unbelief without his 85 Suppl, 56| without his wife ~being converted. Now spiritual relationship 86 Suppl, 59| Whether a husband being converted to the faith can remain 87 Suppl, 59| if she be unwilling to be converted?~(4) Whether he may leave 88 Suppl, 59| woman was willing ~to be converted to the faith and worship 89 Suppl, 59| Whether the husband, being converted to the faith, may remain 90 Suppl, 59| is she be unwilling to be converted?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 91 Suppl, 59| seem that when a husband is converted to the faith he ~cannot 92 Suppl, 59| and is unwilling to be ~converted, and whom he had married 93 Suppl, 59| a believer, after being ~converted, cannot remain with an unbeliever.~ 94 Suppl, 59| a second, and that he is converted during this latter marriage. ~ 95 Suppl, 59| Therefore ~when one of them is converted, the marriage is not annulled 96 Suppl, 59| fact that one of them is converted to the faith, but sometimes ~ 97 Suppl, 59| Gentiles were everywhere converted to the faith: and consequently 98 Suppl, 59| she did not promise to be converted. Afterwards, ~however, as 99 Suppl, 59| unless she promised to be converted. This is the sense ~of that 100 Suppl, 59| unbelieving ~wife be willing to be converted, he is not allowed to cohabit 101 Suppl, 59| whether both or one of them be converted to the faith, cannot ~continue 102 Suppl, 59| remain together if ~both be converted, or if one be converted 103 Suppl, 59| converted, or if one be converted and there be hope of the ~ 104 Suppl, 59| Consequently if he be ~converted with all his wives, he may 105 Suppl, 59| the first refuse to be converted, and one ~of the others 106 Suppl, 59| and one ~of the others be converted, he has the same right to 107 Suppl, 59| his wife. Hence ~if he be converted after divorcing one and 108 Suppl, 59| because if he wish to be converted he is bound to take the ~ 109 Suppl, 59| slave to his master. But a converted slave is not freed from 110 Suppl, 59| the husband could not be converted to the faith without his 111 Suppl, 59| she is unwilling to be ~converted, although in a certain case 112 Suppl, 59| fault in refusing to be ~converted that the wife suffers prejudice.~ 113 Suppl, 59| if ~she were afterwards converted. Much less therefore is 114 Suppl, 59| yet if he be ~afterwards converted, the inheritance is restored 115 Suppl, 59| the unbelieving wife be converted, her ~husband ought to be 116 Suppl, 59| either husband or wife is converted to the faith the ~other 117 Suppl, 59| once, since if she were converted ~from her blasphemy before 118 Suppl, 59| however she be ~afterwards converted, she may be allowed by dispensation 119 Suppl, 59| besought his wife to be converted. And then if the ~wife be 120 Suppl, 59| And then if the ~wife be converted after her husband has received 121 Suppl, 59| unbelief, and the other being ~converted to the faith has married 122 Suppl, 62| again; for then if both ~be converted the husband is bound to 123 Suppl, 71| for sinners that they be converted to God. ~Therefore suffrages 124 Suppl, 96| enemies, that they may ~be converted to God, while it is yet 125 Suppl, 96| possible for them to be converted. ~For if we knew that they


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