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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | is attained, and this is accomplished when it is known as perfectly 2 1, 27 | the procession which is accomplished within the agent in ~an 3 1, 32 | salvation of the human race, accomplished by the Incarnate ~Son, and 4 1, 39 | delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the Son. Yet, forasmuch 5 1, 43 | mission of the Son was to be accomplished before that of the ~Holy 6 1, 50 | an effect to ~a cause is accomplished when the effect imitates 7 1, 39 | delivery of the human race accomplished by ~the Son. Yet, forasmuch 8 1, 43 | mission of the Son was to be accomplished before that of the ~Holy 9 1, 51 | an effect to ~a cause is accomplished when the effect imitates 10 1, 80 | in execution, which ~is accomplished by the motive power. For 11 1, 86 | the perfection of the work accomplished, as ~building is the perfection 12 1, 102 | effected by many would ~not be accomplished by one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 13 1, 104 | natural order; as not being accomplished by the action of any ~natural 14 1, 105 | not know it until it was accomplished. Thus we ~find that on some 15 1, 105 | afterwards when the Mystery was ~accomplished.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 16 1, 110 | to the believer; which is accomplished by man, according to Rm. ~ 17 1, 110 | because such a work is accomplished within. But good ~thoughts 18 1, 111 | raised from the dead, was accomplished immediately by God ~without 19 2, 13 | the will: for ~choice is accomplished in a certain movement of 20 2, 14 | best; but if it can be ~accomplished by one means, how it can 21 2, 14 | OBJ 3: When a thing can be accomplished by one means, but in ~different 22 2, 14 | just as when it can be accomplished by ~several means: hence 23 2, 15 | But consent precedes the accomplished act. If therefore there 24 2, 15 | animals, there would be no act accomplished; which ~is clearly false.~ 25 2, 17 | the acts of the reason are accomplished through the ~free-will: 26 2, 40 | of the cognitive power is accomplished not by the movement of ~ 27 2, 41 | so that it is entirely ~accomplished by nature, without any operation 28 2, 41 | inclines thereto, though it be accomplished ~by the apprehensive faculty 29 2, 75 | completive cause of ~sin being accomplished.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[75] A[ 30 2, 86 | action of the intellect is accomplished by the ~intelligible thing 31 2, 89 | man's defeat, which was ~accomplished through his falling into 32 2, 107 | when those things ~were accomplished which they foreshadowed, 33 2, 107 | something is still to be accomplished and is not yet fulfilled. 34 2, 67 | lawful, but only such as ~is accomplished with due moderation.~Aquin.: 35 2, 69 | use of ~that knowledge is accomplished by the work of the body: 36 2, 81 | thing. that we pray to be accomplished belongs to charity. Faith ~ 37 2, 91 | of Christ being already accomplished, it is pernicious to make ~ 38 2, 132 | that some great work may be accomplished in becoming ~manner. Wherefore 39 2, 135 | something good until it is accomplished belongs to a special virtue.~ 40 2, 135 | magnificent man until his work be accomplished. There ~are, however, some 41 2, 135 | act of perseverance is not accomplished until the ~end of life. 42 2, 145 | power ~of the Decalogue is accomplished in the four books of the 43 2, 151 | semen, ~which should be accomplished in a manner befitting the 44 2, 152 | is an act of generation accomplished in a manner ~disadvantageous 45 2, 152 | its judgment, for this is accomplished by reason turning ~to sensible 46 2, 154 | operations of the soul which are accomplished ~without bodily instruments, 47 2, 160 | in word, and thirdly is accomplished in deed.~Aquin.: SMT SS 48 2, 170 | the truth ~which is to be accomplished through them, by revealing 49 2, 172 | must in all respects be accomplished so that its ~fulfillment 50 2, 172 | themselves - either as to be accomplished by ~Himself, and of such 51 2, 172 | our power" - or as to be accomplished through man's ~free-will, 52 2, 181 | that all things ~may be accomplished without delay or confusion; 53 2, 186 | external cares; this being accomplished by ~their laying up the 54 2, 187 | perfection of charity. This ~is accomplished through the removal of the 55 3, 24 | only that which is to ~be accomplished in time, but also the mode 56 3, 24 | order in which it is to be ~accomplished in time.~Aquin.: SMT TP 57 3, 31 | taken away that which He accomplished in mercy? ~But now, He, 58 3, 31 | the begetting of man is accomplished in ~every variety of manner. 59 3, 36 | redemption of man, which was accomplished by means of ~the Cross; 60 3, 36 | taken ~away that which He accomplished in mercy?" ~Aquin.: SMT 61 3, 36 | Salvation, which was to be accomplished by Christ, ~concerns all 62 3, 36 | of God. Therefore it was ~accomplished by means of suitable signs.~ 63 3, 36 | as they saw the star, and accomplished a ~journey of very great 64 3, 37 | OTHER LEGAL OBSERVANCES ACCOMPLISHED IN REGARD TO THE CHILD CHRIST ( 65 3, 37 | other ~legal observances accomplished in regard to the Child Christ. 66 3, 37 | After eight days were ~accomplished, that the child should be 67 3, 37 | salvation ~through Christ was accomplished not only in the circumcision, 68 3, 37 | After eight days were accomplished, that the child should be ~ 69 3, 37 | purification from uncleanness is accomplished by grace ~alone. But the 70 3, 37 | Mary's "purification were accomplished according ~to the law of 71 3, 37 | according to the Law" were ~accomplished; for she needed no purification 72 3, 37 | uncleanness of sin which is accomplished by grace, but they foreshadowed ~ 73 3, 38 | Holy Ghost, and this is accomplished by God alone. But by the 74 3, 38 | of ~sins, which cannot be accomplished without grace.~Aquin.: SMT 75 3, 38 | matter for the form ~which is accomplished by the head-craftsman. Now 76 3, 38 | gratis; and that what is accomplished by the bridegroom is ~begun 77 3, 38 | sins," not ~as though he accomplished this himself, but because 78 3, 39 | principal effect of baptism, and accomplished through ~Christ alone. And 79 3, 39 | before that this would be ~accomplished. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 80 3, 39 | Further, that which is accomplished in our baptism should have ~ 81 3, 39 | connected with the mystery accomplished in all who ~were to be baptized 82 3, 39 | above (A[5]), that which is accomplished in our ~baptism should be 83 3, 39 | might know, from what ~was accomplished in Christ, that after being 84 3, 48 | merit that ~Christ's Passion accomplished our salvation. Therefore 85 3, 48 | s Passion on the cross ~accomplished our salvation efficiently.~ 86 3, 49 | although it was not ~yet accomplished. Yet in one respect no one 87 3, 52 | men from thence. But He ~accomplished this deliverance at once 88 3, 55 | But the Resurrection was ~accomplished "through the glory of the 89 3, 55 | Resurrection ought not to be accomplished so as to be seen by man.~ 90 3, 56 | justice must necessarily ~be accomplished, even if Christ had not 91 3, 61 | of human salvation was ~accomplished by Christ; to Whom the sacraments 92 3, 62 | flesh, and the mysteries ~accomplished therein, are as instrumental 93 3, 63 | and because such cannot be accomplished suitably ~without the help 94 3, 65 | natural propagation. This is accomplished by Matrimony both in ~the 95 3, 73 | of our Lord's Passion as accomplished. Hence ~He said expressively: " 96 3, 78 | The consecration is ~accomplished by the words and expressions 97 3, 78 | that this sacrament is accomplished by ~the consecration of 98 3, 78 | can be said that ~Christ accomplished this sacrament by His Divine 99 3, 78 | things which were then ~accomplished; hence, if the consecration 100 3, 78 | understood that the sacrament was accomplished by those words, ~as to its 101 3, 78 | this sacrament cannot be ~accomplished by uttering the aforesaid 102 3, 79 | whereof this sacrament is ~accomplished, is indeed the sufficient 103 3, 80 | the other sacraments are accomplished in the ~use of the matter, 104 3, 80 | whereas this sacrament is accomplished in ~the consecration of 105 3, 82 | sacrament of Baptism is accomplished in the use of the ~matter, 106 3, 82 | consecrator that the sacrament is ~accomplished, but by the Creator's word, 107 3, 82 | The other sacraments are accomplished in being used by the ~faithful, 108 3, 83 | recalled as it was really accomplished, this sacrament is not ~ 109 3, 83 | asks that the sacrifice accomplished ~may find favor with God, 110 3, 83 | OBJ 1: The consecration is accomplished by Christ's words only; ~ 111 3, 83 | Now, Christ's Passion was accomplished in certain stages. First 112 3, 84 | second building which is accomplished by destroying ~sin, because 113 3, 90 | of friendship, which is accomplished by the offender ~making 114 3, 90 | grace, according as it is accomplished, just as ~Baptism does in 115 Suppl, 5 | the sin. Now some sins are accomplished by members of the body. ~ 116 Suppl, 73| resurrection of the dead will be ~accomplished by the angelic ministry.~ 117 Suppl, 76| made; for this ~cannot be accomplished in this life, nor in the 118 Suppl, 77| and not for the ~operation accomplished now by them, so will the 119 Suppl, 85| the judgment were to be accomplished only in the mind. Therefore 120 Suppl, 85| is possible for it to be accomplished in an instant.~Aquin.: SMT 121 Suppl, 85| Even if the judgment is accomplished solely in the mind, ~the 122 Suppl, 88| 22:30): and this will be accomplished by conferring the ~highest


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