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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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mysteries

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1 1, 43 | prophecy, and should know all mysteries, and all knowledge, and 2 1, 43 | the further revelation ~of mysteries; which goes on till the 3 1, 54 | regard to ~supernatural mysteries, to the knowledge of which 4 1, 57 | 5) Whether they know all mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 57 | Whether the angels know the mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 57 | seem that the angels know mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery 7 1, 57 | the most excellent of all mysteries. But ~the angels knew of 8 1, 57 | Therefore the angels know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 9 1, 57 | Further, the reasons of all mysteries of grace are contained in ~ 10 1, 57 | Therefore they know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 57 | But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for it is said ( 12 1, 57 | Therefore angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 57 | angels seek out and learn mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~( 14 1, 57 | the angels do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 57 | the angels cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For these mysteries 16 1, 57 | mysteries of grace. For these mysteries depend upon the pure will 17 1, 57 | By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: 18 1, 57 | mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: nor do ~they all know them 19 1, 57 | clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~in the vision of God, which 20 1, 57 | the vision of God, which mysteries they communicate to the 21 1, 57 | enlightening them. Some of these mysteries they knew from the ~very 22 1, 57 | knew by revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, was revealed 23 1, 43 | prophecy, and should know all mysteries, and all knowledge, and 24 1, 43 | the further revelation ~of mysteries; which goes on till the 25 1, 55 | regard to ~supernatural mysteries, to the knowledge of which 26 1, 58 | 5) Whether they know all mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 58 | Whether the angels know the mysteries of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FP 28 1, 58 | seem that the angels know mysteries of grace. For, the ~mystery 29 1, 58 | the most excellent of all mysteries. But ~the angels knew of 30 1, 58 | Therefore the angels know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 31 1, 58 | Further, the reasons of all mysteries of grace are contained in ~ 32 1, 58 | Therefore they know the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 58 | But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for it is said ( 34 1, 58 | Therefore angels know ~the mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 35 1, 58 | angels seek out and learn mysteries of grace. For it is stated ~( 36 1, 58 | the angels do not ~know mysteries of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 37 1, 58 | the angels cannot know ~mysteries of grace. For these mysteries 38 1, 58 | mysteries of grace. For these mysteries depend upon the pure will 39 1, 58 | By ~such vision they know mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: 40 1, 58 | mysteries of grace, but not all mysteries: nor do ~they all know them 41 1, 58 | clearly, learn more and deeper mysteries ~in the vision of God, which 42 1, 58 | the vision of God, which mysteries they communicate to the 43 1, 58 | enlightening them. Some of these mysteries they knew from the ~very 44 1, 58 | knew by revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, was revealed 45 1, 81 | If I should know all ~mysteries, and if I should have all 46 1, 108 | things concerning Divine mysteries are made known by ~the holy 47 1, 111 | the secrets of ~the Divine mysteries in the clearness itself 48 1, 116 | v, 19). Thus ~when the mysteries of Christ and the Church 49 1, 116 | things concerning these mysteries became apparent to the ~ 50 1, 116 | the angels learned certain mysteries; that is to say, ~through 51 1, 116 | preaching of the apostles, the mysteries were realized in the ~things 52 2, 101 | beneficial that the ~Divine mysteries should be revealed to uncultured 53 2, 102 | because their faith ~in the mysteries of Christ was more explicit. 54 2, 103 | suitable token of Christ's mysteries, which were ~foreshadowed 55 2, 104 | purpose of foreshadowing the mysteries of Christ to come. On the ~ 56 2, 1 | fully instructed about the mysteries, for "they received them ~ 57 2, 1 | fully did they received the ~mysteries of salvation."~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 1 | fuller knowledge of the mysteries of faith; for even with 59 2, 2 | their knowledge of Christ's mysteries.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[7] 60 2, 2 | to ~explicit faith in the mysteries of Christ, chiefly as regards 61 2, 5 | certain points in the Divine mysteries, which now we cannot know 62 2, 5 | of the Divine effects and mysteries than we can have ~knowledge 63 2, 43 | both knowing more exalted ~mysteries and being able to impart 64 2, 43 | extending to the ~hidden mysteries of Divine things, as indeed 65 2, 43 | consequently ~reveals to us the mysteries the knowledge of which is 66 2, 61 | and the dispensers of the mysteries of God." Sometimes however 67 2, 80 | Christ's Passion and other mysteries of ~His humanity than by 68 2, 82 | on account of the sacred mysteries and other signs of ~holiness 69 2, 91 | time of the New Law, the ~mysteries of Christ being already 70 2, 91 | the Old Law whereby the mysteries of Christ were ~foreshadowed 71 2, 145 | celebrate devoutly the mysteries of our redemption. For this 72 2, 162 | Reply OBJ 5: Apart from the mysteries of the spiritual interpretation, ~ 73 2, 169 | faith," and as to yet higher mysteries, which concern the ~perfect 74 2, 170 | them, by revealing Divine mysteries ~to them through the angels, 75 2, 172 | knew and expressed the ~mysteries of Christ's incarnation.~ 76 2, 179 | the "dispensation of the mysteries ~of God," one angel teaches 77 2, 183 | and the dispensers of ~the mysteries of God." Wherefore a man 78 2, 183 | will dispense the divine mysteries faithfully. These should 79 2, 183 | Church"; and the divine mysteries are not ~committed to men 80 2, 187 | performed in the divine mysteries, and these are the ~direct 81 3, 35 | of God. For in the Divine mysteries we should not make any ~ 82 3, 36 | to ~whom are revealed the mysteries of Christ that were hidden 83 3, 42 | teaching them spiritual mysteries which they were ~either 84 3, 44 | signify the ~unfolding of the mysteries of the Law; "the graves 85 3, 45 | 2), He might fulfil ~the mysteries of our redemption in a passible 86 3, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Lofty mysteries should not be immediately 87 3, 46 | disciples to be celebrated, the mysteries of His body ~and blood, 88 3, 47 | who had not ~grasped the mysteries of the Scriptures, did not 89 3, 62 | Passion, but also the other mysteries ~of His humanity, and in 90 3, 62 | but His flesh, and the mysteries ~accomplished therein, are 91 3, 64 | longer consecrated, all the mysteries of ~religion have fled at 92 3, 66 | the signification of the mysteries ~of Christ, by which we 93 3, 68 | they may imbibe the ~sacred mysteries: for they cannot as yet 94 3, 71 | to the perception of the mysteries of ~salvation. Hence Rabanus 95 3, 71 | instruction in the profound mysteries of faith, and on the perfection 96 3, 79 | 34): "Since ~the sacred mysteries derive their origin from 97 3, 80 | night receive the sacred mysteries in the morning ~when the 98 3, 80 | now, because the sacred mysteries have ~to be celebrated oftener, 99 3, 80 | consequently, the sacred ~mysteries are not to be given to them. 100 3, 81 | partaking of the sacred mysteries: hence on both sides ~his 101 3, 81 | purpose he approached the mysteries, and because he became none 102 3, 82 | that the Divine and hidden ~mysteries can be sanctified more by 103 3, 82 | Ghost Who hallows those mysteries in a hidden and ~invisible 104 3, 82 | manner." But these hidden mysteries are celebrated in the mass. ~ 105 3, 82 | cannot affect Christ's ~mysteries, as Augustine says in his 106 3, 83 | Thee, to frequent these ~mysteries." But there will be greater 107 3, 83 | end the ~dispensers of the mysteries of God." But if anything 108 3, 83 | made worthy of such great mysteries.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 109 3, 83 | standing by at the Divine mysteries may present to God the prayers 110 3, 83 | fitting that when the ~sacred mysteries are consecrated by priests 111 3, 83 | suitable ~for completing the mysteries commenced, unless the consecration 112 3, 83 | of completing the Divine mysteries.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 113 3, 84 | and the dispensers of the mysteries of ~God." But Penance is 114 3, 84 | of power over the Divine mysteries; hence it is written (2 ~ 115 Suppl, 6 | or in the revelation of ~mysteries, or in the institution of 116 Suppl, 17| dispensers of the ~divine mysteries, as appears from 1 Cor. 117 Suppl, 37| pertaining to the Divine mysteries; and so various orders are ~ 118 Suppl, 47| and the ~dispensers of the mysteries of God" (1 Cor. 4:1).~ 119 Suppl, 71| Realizing the nature of the Mysteries ~the disciples of the Saviour 120 Suppl, 71| awe-inspiring and life-giving Mysteries." This is also confirmed


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