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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enlightened

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1 1, 1 | Hier. i): "We cannot be enlightened by the divine rays except 2 1, 3 | Come ye to Him and be ~enlightened" (Ps. 33:6), and as a term " 3 1, 12 | eyes of your heart" may be "enlightened" ~(Eph. 1:17,18).~Aquin.: 4 1, 12 | The glory of God hath enlightened it" - viz. the society of 5 1, 54 | intellect for the angel to be enlightened with regard to ~supernatural 6 1, 55 | iv) that "the angels are ~enlightened by the forms of things." 7 1, 56 | was established, that is, enlightened by truth."~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 57 | Further, the prophets are enlightened by the angels, as is clear ~ 9 1, 58 | in potentiality to being enlightened by the ~sun.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 58 | the day, that ~is, to the enlightened angels, who are quite apart 11 1, 64 | light of grace, yet they are enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual 12 1, 55 | intellect for the angel to be enlightened with regard to ~supernatural 13 1, 56 | iv) that "the angels are ~enlightened by the forms of things." 14 1, 57 | was established, that is, enlightened by truth."~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 58 | Further, the prophets are enlightened by the angels, as is clear ~ 16 1, 59 | in potentiality to being enlightened by the ~sun.~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 59 | the day, that ~is, to the enlightened angels, who are quite apart 18 1, 65 | light of grace, yet they are enlightened by the light of their ~intellectual 19 1, 78 | same in the various things ~enlightened. Therefore the same active 20 1, 85 | the human intellect is ~enlightened through the ministry of 21 1, 103 | nature, and as ~the air is enlightened by sharing the sun's nature; 22 1, 103 | presence of the ~sun, so is man enlightened by the presence of God, 23 1, 105 | of glory. But an angel is enlightened in the light of nature by 24 1, 105 | hierarchy are cleansed, enlightened and perfected by the ~angels 25 1, 105 | iv) that the angels "are ~enlightened by the types of existing 26 1, 105 | the removal of darkness; enlightened ~by the diffusion of light; 27 1, 105 | Church even superiors are enlightened and ~taught by their inferiors, 28 1, 105 | hierarchy, the superiors can be ~enlightened by inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 105 | in that way the inferiors enlightened by God ~can enlighten superiors.~ 30 1, 105 | superior, but are ~always enlightened by them. The reason is, 31 1, 105 | the superiors are never ~enlightened by the inferiors, whereas 32 1, 105 | inferior, through these being enlightened by the former.~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 105 | apply if the superior angels enlightened the inferior ~concerning 34 1, 107 | concerning which the angels are ~enlightened, can be considered in a 35 1, 107 | that some be cleansed, enlightened, and perfected; and that 36 1, 107 | judgments," since they are enlightened by Him ~in a manner adapted 37 1, 107 | not prevent their being ~enlightened by the superior angels.~ 38 1, 107 | are ~already saved will be enlightened through the angelic ministry.~ 39 1, 108 | being darkness, are not enlightened by ~the good angels. Therefore 40 1, 110 | enlighten man. For man is ~enlightened by faith; hence Dionysius ( 41 1, 110 | Therefore man is not enlightened by an angel; but immediately 42 1, 110 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever is enlightened is conscious of being ~enlightened. 43 1, 110 | enlightened is conscious of being ~enlightened. But man is not conscious 44 1, 110 | is not conscious of being enlightened by angels. ~Therefore he 45 1, 110 | angels. ~Therefore he is not enlightened by them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 46 1, 110 | A[2]). Therefore men are enlightened by the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 110 | the inferior angels are enlightened by the superior, so men, ~ 48 1, 110 | inferior to the angels, are enlightened by them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 49 1, 110 | in ~these two ways man is enlightened by an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 50 1, 110 | faith. Moreover, men are enlightened by the ~angels not only 51 1, 110 | whoever ~understands or is enlightened, knows that he understands 52 1, 110 | that he understands or is ~enlightened, because he knows that the 53 1, 110 | manner not everyone who ~is enlightened by an angel, knows that 54 1, 110 | angel, knows that he is enlightened by him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 55 1, 111 | That the man born blind was enlightened, that ~Lazarus was raised 56 1, 111 | prerogative it is to be enlightened ~immediately by God.~Aquin.: 57 1, 111 | hierarchy to be immediately enlightened by ~God; while the higher 58 1, 111 | not assist; for they are ~enlightened by the angels of the first 59 1, 112 | are, as to some things, enlightened by God directly; but ~as 60 1, 112 | the superior are directly enlightened by God, ~and these reveal 61 1, 112 | orders: for a lower angel is enlightened in some respects by one ~ 62 1, 116 | superior angels, who are enlightened immediately ~concerning 63 1, 116 | superior angels are never enlightened ~by inferior angels. Now 64 1, 116 | Therefore angels are never enlightened by men ~concerning Divine 65 2, 3 | angels, by whom men are enlightened, as ~Dionysius says (Coel. 66 2, 5 | nor indeed can everything enlightened or ~heated give heat or 67 2, 5 | this, all are immediately enlightened by God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 68 2, 67 | The eyes of your heart enlightened . . . in the knowledge ~ 69 2, 79 | is that the mind is not enlightened by God to see aright, and ~ 70 2, 102 | the midst of the passions enlightened by the ~love of God and 71 2, 109 | enlightenment, whereby we are enlightened ~to see what pertains to 72 2, 110 | implies something in what is enlightened. But ~grace is a light of 73 2, 112 | rational creature is cleansed, enlightened, and perfected by grace. ~ 74 2, 112 | one may be more perfectly enlightened by grace than another. ~ 75 2, 113 | free-will, ~the intellect can be enlightened with the gift of wisdom, 76 2, 2 | Jesus," and whom ~He has enlightened by faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 77 2, 8 | one who has ~faith can be enlightened in his mind concerning what 78 2, 8 | the Holy Ghost may have enlightened it in regard to other truths ~ 79 2, 23 | viii, 12) that "man is enlightened by God's ~presence, but 80 2, 79 | soul, and the air by being ~enlightened by the sun. Now the human 81 2, 81 | anointed, i.e. perfectly ~enlightened, and consequently lack authority. 82 2, 169 | remains an ~aptitude to be enlightened anew - thus when the mind 83 2, 171 | images, according as they are enlightened by the Divine light.~Aquin.: 84 2, 171 | the prophet's mind thus enlightened may be called a mirror, 85 2, 171 | prophet, unless his mind ~be enlightened for the purpose of judgment; 86 2, 171 | prophet, if his ~intellect be enlightened merely for the purpose of 87 2, 171 | when the prophet's mind is enlightened by an intellectual light, 88 2, 171 | that the prophet is first enlightened so ~as to know what he declares 89 2, 171 | whose minds are ~perfectly enlightened from above.~ 90 2, 172 | prophecy is when a man is enlightened by an ~inward light so as 91 2, 174 | in the mind itself being ~enlightened so as to know an intelligible 92 2, 174 | prophecy that a man is not only enlightened by an ~intelligible light, 93 2, 174 | inasmuch as the mind is enlightened so as to understand and ~ 94 2, 176 | before he was perfectly enlightened; "since God does hear sinners." 95 2, 178 | the fact that "the soul is enlightened in Divine ~knowledge by 96 3, 13 | angel, and even it can be ~enlightened by Christ's soul; yet not 97 3, 22 | The glory of God hath enlightened it" - that ~is, the city 98 3, 36 | eyes, a more ~brilliant ray enlightened their minds with the light 99 3, 46 | Further, the world was enlightened by Christ's presence in 100 3, 52 | them all: yet ~so that He enlightened only the just: because the 101 3, 66 | become an enlightener, but is enlightened by faith, which "cometh 102 3, 69 | this that ~the baptized are enlightened by Christ as to the knowledge 103 3, 82 | Demophilus: "He who is not enlightened has completely fallen away 104 3, 86 | blind man whom our Lord ~enlightened, was restored first of all 105 3, 89 | rise more humble and more enlightened."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 106 Suppl, 10| Come ye to Him and be ~enlightened, and your faces shall not 107 Suppl, 36| man, one to wit who is not enlightened, to lay ~hands on priestly 108 Suppl, 69| souls that are spiritually enlightened, ~with luminous bodies, 109 Suppl, 86| observed so that some will be enlightened and perfected by others ~( 110 Suppl, 86| that some angels will be enlightened by some men. On the other ~ 111 Suppl, 88| casting forth rays, but as ~an enlightened transparency; while the 112 Suppl, 89| our [Vulg.: 'your'] heart ~enlightened."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[ 113 Suppl, 89| Further, the lower angels are enlightened by the higher about ~the 114 Suppl, 89| Jerusalem [*Vulg.: ~'hath enlightened it'], and the Lamb is the 115 Suppl, 92| glory, by which the soul is ~enlightened from above to see God: and


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