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spiritualities 5
spirituality 22
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spirituals 2
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115 righteousness
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115 spiritually
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114 became
114 indulgences
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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spiritually

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1 1, 101 | also be said to signify ~spiritually the free-will as some say.~ 2 1, 110 | they are fire, as being ~spiritually fervent, and as burning 3 1, 114 | corporeal matter nothing exists spiritually, but only materially, that ~ 4 2, 73 | death, because no man dies spiritually except by ~sinning of his 5 2, 81 | that are ~begotten of Him spiritually, by faith and Baptism: and 6 2, 102 | they should be understood spiritually; ~for the "skin" and "flesh" 7 2, 102 | lacks either of these is spiritually unclean. In ~like manner 8 2, 103 | be taken literally, but spiritually: namely, that the prohibition 9 2, 22 | is the life of the soul spiritually just as the soul ~is the 10 2, 25 | children whom he ~has begotten spiritually, more than for the sons 11 2, 34 | one." ~Now nothing slays spiritually, except mortal sin. Therefore 12 2, 41 | Reply OBJ 3: No man stumbles spiritually, without being kept back ~ 13 2, 42 | Now the heart ~understood spiritually is either the soul itself 14 2, 56 | in this life, it lives spiritually, viz. ~temperance, prudence, 15 2, 106 | to the multitude, either spiritually or ~temporally, than would 16 2, 106 | manifest, and God ~condemns men spiritually for their own sins. But 17 2, 120 | expressed. For this, understood ~spiritually, is a general precept: since 18 2, 138 | eternal life by fighting ~spiritually, according to Mt. 11:12, " 19 2, 144 | we have the more," i.e. spiritually. ~Nevertheless they both 20 2, 145 | faithful should rejoice spiritually in Christ's ~Resurrection. 21 2, 146 | nature, does not defile a man spiritually. But the Jews, ~against 22 2, 146 | food that defiles a man spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 23 2, 150 | body, but also to advance spiritually. Wherefore sufficient ~provision 24 2, 156 | that the foolish are killed spiritually by anger, ~because, through 25 2, 163 | suggests something to man ~spiritually, shows the devil to have 26 2, 180 | sacrifice is rendered to God spiritually when something ~is offered 27 3, 8 | these three things belong ~spiritually to Christ. First, on account 28 3, 15 | of the ~Assyrians" - or spiritually, "before His birth He will 29 3, 25 | us: for no one partakes spiritually of His ~flesh unless he 30 3, 27 | sanctifying grace man is born spiritually ~into a son of God according 31 3, 30 | pious soul conceives Him spiritually. Thus the Apostle says ~( 32 3, 30 | to those who conceive Him spiritually no ~announcement is made 33 3, 32 | other men are sanctified spiritually by the Holy Ghost; so as 34 3, 32 | 2: Men who are fashioned spiritually by the Holy Ghost cannot ~ 35 3, 37 | so were we ~circumcised spiritually through Christ: wherefore 36 3, 37 | death, and to make us to die spiritually unto sin, so also He took ~ 37 3, 37 | justification of the Law might be" spiritually "fulfilled" ~in His members. 38 3, 40 | in ~order to enrich us spiritually, according to 2 Cor. 8:9: " 39 3, 50 | example ~of dying to sin spiritually. Hence it is written (Rm. 40 3, 51 | example to them who dying spiritually to their sins are hidden 41 3, 55 | in Him, i.e. to touch Him spiritually, as ~being Himself one with 42 3, 57 | were present with them ~spiritually."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 43 3, 65 | life, both ~corporally and spiritually; but since man is liable 44 3, 69 | But a man is ~regenerated spiritually by Baptism. Therefore fruitfulness 45 3, 72 | who ~have already come spiritually to the age of virility, 46 3, 72 | those who are grown up ~spiritually and those of whom it is 47 3, 72 | this sacrament man advances spiritually to perfect ~age. But perfect 48 3, 72 | stated above (A[1]), man is spiritually advanced by ~this sacrament 49 3, 72 | upheld by another, as being spiritually a weakling and ~a child.~ 50 3, 72 | nevertheless he is not yet spiritually adult.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 51 3, 75 | mystical signification, but "spiritually," that is, ~invisibly, and 52 3, 75 | appearance, but not as it is spiritually, that is, invisibly, after 53 3, 75 | understood" Christ's words spiritually ~concerning His flesh, " 54 3, 79 | sacrament confers grace spiritually together with the ~virtue 55 3, 79 | it ~is that the soul is spiritually nourished through the power 56 3, 79 | this ~sacrament, by being spiritually gladdened, and as it were 57 3, 79 | die . . . Eat, then, ~spiritually the heavenly "bread, bring 58 3, 79 | because he is not alive spiritually, and so he ought not to 59 3, 79 | satisfaction, but for nourishing ~spiritually through union between Christ 60 3, 79 | Eat the heavenly bread ~spiritually; bring innocence to the 61 3, 79 | eating. But they ~who eat spiritually, receive the effect of this 62 3, 79 | actual venial sin, ~eats spiritually indeed, in habit but not 63 3, 80 | namely, ~sacramentally and spiritually?~(2) Whether it belongs 64 3, 80 | alone to eat this sacrament spiritually?~(3) Whether it belongs 65 3, 80 | namely, sacramentally and spiritually. For, as Baptism is ~spiritual 66 3, 80 | namely, sacramentally and ~spiritually. Therefore neither ought 67 3, 80 | seems that no one can ~eat spiritually without eating sacramentally; 68 3, 80 | have eaten this sacrament spiritually. Moreover, sacramental ~ 69 3, 80 | sacrament, ~whereby a man is spiritually united with Christ through 70 3, 80 | some eat this sacrament spiritually ere ~they receive it sacramentally. 71 3, 80 | be baptized, and to eat spiritually, and not sacramentally, 72 3, 80 | alone to eat this sacrament spiritually?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 73 3, 80 | alone to eat this ~sacrament spiritually, but likewise to angels. 74 3, 80 | angels were to eat Christ spiritually. Therefore the angels eat 75 3, 80 | Therefore the angels eat Christ ~spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 76 3, 80 | the ~holy angels eat of it spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 77 3, 80 | Christ is to be eaten spiritually, as He Himself declares: ' 78 3, 80 | seems ~that to eat Christ spiritually is not for men only, but 79 3, 80 | the bread" ~of the altar "spiritually; take innocence to the altar." 80 3, 80 | Therefore the angels do not eat spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 81 3, 80 | are two ways of eating spiritually. First, as Christ Himself 82 3, 80 | way the angels eat Christ spiritually ~inasmuch as they are united 83 3, 80 | another way one may eat Christ spiritually, as He is under the ~sacramental 84 3, 80 | not merely to eat Christ ~spiritually, but likewise to eat this 85 3, 80 | the angels feed on Christ ~spiritually, yet it does not belong 86 3, 80 | them to eat this sacrament ~spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 87 3, 80 | to eat this sacrament ~spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 88 3, 80 | physician." Now they ~that are spiritually sick or infirm are sinners. 89 3, 80 | the New Law understand ~spiritually. Hence such bodily uncleannesses, 90 3, 80 | becomes a partaker," i.e. ~spiritually, "of the body and blood 91 3, 80 | by Baptism to be reborn ~spiritually but once, as Augustine says ( 92 3, 80 | this sacrament namely, spiritually and sacramentally. Now it 93 3, 80 | bound to eat it at least spiritually, because this is to be ~ 94 3, 81 | therefore He ate it both spiritually and sacramentally, inasmuch 95 3, 81 | it both sacramentally and spiritually, for these receive an increase ~ 96 3, 82 | body sacramentally, but not spiritually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 97 3, 84 | Now sinners are sick ~spiritually, and obtain recovery through 98 Suppl, 16| who has never been sick spiritually. ~Now even as there can 99 Suppl, 21| excommunicated person, both spiritually and ~corporally." Hence 100 Suppl, 30| such defects as weaken man spiritually, so as to deprive ~him of 101 Suppl, 69| instance, souls that are spiritually enlightened, ~with luminous 102 Suppl, 70| in it not materially but spiritually. Now ~the forms of things 103 Suppl, 70| forms of things existing spiritually in the soul are its perfections. ~ 104 Suppl, 71| profits the living ~also spiritually inasmuch as our belief in 105 Suppl, 79| qualities only naturally and not spiritually. But in the ~glorified bodies 106 Suppl, 83| is received into another spiritually by way of ~an "intention," 107 Suppl, 83| form ~which is in the agent spiritually is received into the patient ~ 108 Suppl, 83| materially in itself, but spiritually in the mind of the craftsman. 109 Suppl, 83| received ~into the patient spiritually: thus whiteness is materially 110 Suppl, 83| received, whereas it is spiritually in the pupil and in the ~ 111 Suppl, 83| fire materially is received spiritually into the ~bodies of the 112 Suppl, 85| Church, whom He visits ~spiritually when He dwells in us by 113 Suppl, 92| Church, who is united to Him spiritually. Hence ~nothing hinders 114 Suppl, 93| Sometimes fruit signifies ~spiritually that which refreshes only, 115 Suppl, 96| 29), but to those who eat spiritually ~and are incorporated with


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