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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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communicate

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | are said to be like, which communicate in the same form ~according 2 1, 4 | of things as alike which ~communicate in form according to the 3 1, 4 | said to be alike which ~communicate in the same form, but not 4 1, 14 | regards ~that in which they communicate. For the diversity of colors 5 1, 19 | the nature of ~the will to communicate as far as possible to others 6 1, 19 | far as they are perfect, communicate their good to others, much ~ 7 1, 19 | appertain to the divine will to communicate by likeness its ~own good 8 1, 23 | universe; and also that He may communicate ~to creatures the dignity 9 1, 44 | end; He intends only to communicate His perfection, ~which is 10 1, 44 | generator, which intends to communicate its own likeness; otherwise 11 1, 45 | iv, D, 5) that God can communicate to a creature the power 12 1, 57 | God, which mysteries they communicate to the lower ~angels by 13 1, 60 | a natural inclination to communicate its form to ~another thing, 14 1, 73 | nature of good to spread and ~communicate itself, as Dionysius says ( 15 1, 45 | end; He intends only to communicate His perfection, ~which is 16 1, 45 | generator, which intends to communicate its own likeness; otherwise 17 1, 46 | iv, D, 5) that God can communicate to a creature the power 18 1, 58 | God, which mysteries they communicate to the lower ~angels by 19 1, 61 | a natural inclination to communicate its form to ~another thing, 20 1, 72 | nature of good to spread and ~communicate itself, as Dionysius says ( 21 1, 96 | will, to a ~certain extent, communicate to the body what properly 22 1, 105 | means nothing else but to communicate to others the ~manifestation 23 1, 105 | the superior angels could communicate nothing ~more to the inferior; 24 1, 105 | of the nature of ~good to communicate itself to others. Hence 25 1, 106 | participates of light. Hence to communicate what comes ~from the created 26 1, 107 | possessed by the one who can communicate it, ~than by the one who 27 1, 107 | than by the one who cannot communicate it; as the hot thing which 28 1, 107 | the hot thing which can ~communicate heat is more perfect that 29 1, 107 | more perfectly anyone can communicate a gift, the higher grade 30 1, 110 | intermingling with another can communicate his knowledge to the other ~ 31 1, 111 | that the superior angels communicate their own proper gifts whereby 32 2, 5 | Consequently no creature can communicate its Happiness to another.~ 33 2, 105 | to give easily and to ~communicate to others." Now a man does 34 2, 10 | Whether it is lawful to communicate with unbelievers?~Aquin.: 35 2, 10 | seem that it is lawful to communicate with unbelievers. ~For the 36 2, 10 | table with anyone is to communicate with him. Therefore it is ~ 37 2, 10 | Therefore it is ~lawful to communicate with unbelievers.~Aquin.: 38 2, 10 | forbids the faithful to communicate with certain ~people, it 39 2, 10 | ought not to be forbidden to communicate with ~unbelievers.~Aquin.: 40 2, 10 | his servant, unless he ~communicate with him, at least by word, 41 2, 10 | Therefore they can lawfully ~communicate with them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 42 2, 10 | whom ~they are forbidden to communicate; secondly, for the safety 43 2, 10 | those who ~are forbidden to communicate with others. Both motives 44 2, 10 | forbid the faithful to ~communicate with unbelievers, who have 45 2, 10 | forbids the faithful to communicate with those unbelievers who ~ 46 2, 10 | not ~to be forbidden to communicate with unbelievers who have 47 2, 10 | they should be forbidden to communicate with unbelievers, and ~especially 48 2, 10 | familiar terms with them, or to communicate with ~them without necessity.~ 49 2, 56 | means of which men can ~communicate with one another, that the 50 2, 64 | to wit, he is ready to communicate ~them to others in their 51 2, 64 | to give easily, to communicate to ~others," etc.~Aquin.: 52 2, 98 | namely, that no one may ~communicate with him in the exercise 53 2, 98 | wherefore no one should communicate with him, by receiving ~ 54 2, 98 | dispensation allowing him to communicate with the laity, or a greater ~ 55 2, 117 | to give easily, to communicate to others." Now this is ~ 56 2, 117 | to be ready to give and ~communicate their riches, according 57 2, 187 | somewhat ~of two minds. For to communicate with his neighbors, and 58 3, 1 | essence of ~goodness to communicate itself to others, as is 59 3, 1 | of the highest good to ~communicate itself in the highest manner 60 3, 13 | but also that He might communicate this grace to ~others. Hence 61 3, 22 | priesthood, but ~rather to communicate it to others. For the influence 62 3, 23 | Who ~works in order to communicate to others the abundance 63 3, 26 | so that He ~be able to communicate to others something belonging 64 3, 42 | wherefore he is unwilling to communicate it to ~others. But this 65 3, 42 | learned without ~guile, and communicate without envy, and her riches 66 3, 64 | 1/1~Whether Christ could communicate to ministers the power which 67 3, 64 | seems that Christ could not communicate to ministers the power ~ 68 3, 64 | therefore, ~Christ did not communicate His power to ministers, 69 3, 64 | earth." But Christ could not communicate to His ~disciples the power 70 3, 64 | seems that He could not ~communicate that power to ministers.~ 71 3, 64 | seems ~that Christ could not communicate His power to ministers.~ 72 3, 64 | Therefore Christ ~could communicate His power to ministers.~ 73 3, 64 | this power He could not communicate to any creature; just as ~ 74 3, 64 | just as ~neither could He communicate the Divine Essence. The 75 3, 64 | man. This power He could ~communicate to ministers; namely, by 76 3, 64 | Christ was unwilling to communicate to ministers His ~power 77 3, 64 | sacrament from him, does not ~communicate in his sin, but communicates 78 3, 73 | called Communion because we ~communicate with Christ through it, 79 3, 73 | Godhead, and because we communicate with and are united to one ~ 80 3, 80 | Mass ~is over, all shall communicate under these words: 'May 81 3, 80 | charge he must say Mass and communicate, and ~show that he is innocent 82 3, 80 | are not on that account to communicate several times ~daily, for, 83 3, 80 | that the faithful ~should communicate daily: hence Pope Anaclete 84 3, 80 | consecration is finished, let all communicate who do not wish to cut ~ 85 3, 80 | permission "that all ~should communicate, if not more frequently, 86 3, 80 | that the faithful ~should communicate "at least once a year," 87 3, 80 | faithful are counseled "to communicate ~on all Sundays."~Aquin.: 88 3, 80 | after saying, "Let all ~communicate thrice each year," adds: " 89 3, 80 | entire sacrament, ought to communicate in the entire ~sacrament. 90 3, 82 | and let the priest himself communicate the sick."~Aquin.: SMT TP 91 3, 82 | to ~His mystical body can communicate in their sacrifices.~Aquin.: 92 3, 82 | which the ~faithful usually communicate. And hence it is that (2 93 3, 83 | ministers or even the people communicate, ought not to be ~reserved 94 3, 83 | priest consecrating must communicate of his own sacrifice.~Aquin.: 95 Suppl, 21| because, to wit, the faithful communicate together in the ~sacraments. 96 Suppl, 21| communio," i.e. we must not communicate with them in the sacraments; ~" 97 Suppl, 23| Whether it is lawful to communicate in matters purely corporal 98 Suppl, 23| is always a mortal sin to communicate with an ~excommunicated 99 Suppl, 23| matters purely corporal, to communicate with an ~excommunicated 100 Suppl, 23| matters purely corporal, to ~communicate with an excommunicated person. 101 Suppl, 23| Therefore it is lawful to communicate with an ~excommunicated 102 Suppl, 23| Wherefore it is ~lawful to communicate with a person lying under 103 Suppl, 23| Wherefore it is not lawful to ~communicate with one who lies under 104 Suppl, 23| else they are forbidden to communicate with ~their father: and 105 Suppl, 23| viz. that ~the master can communicate with his subjects: while 106 Suppl, 23| it is lawful for them to communicate with others ~in matters 107 Suppl, 23| him; and then a man may communicate with him either ~in his 108 Suppl, 23| excommunication, or he may communicate with him in other things ~ 109 Suppl, 23| is always a mortal sin to communicate with an excommunicated ~ 110 Suppl, 26| over the whole Church can communicate those works, by ~applying 111 Suppl, 26| presides over the Church can communicate what belongs to an individual ~ 112 Suppl, 26| over a ~congregation can communicate what belongs to an individual 113 Suppl, 64| that afterwards it should ~communicate of its perfection to others:


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