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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 30 | 27]~, AA[3],4). We must frequently admit that spiration belongs 2 1, 73 | certain new species that are frequently appearing, ~especially in 3 1, 72 | certain new species that are frequently appearing, ~especially in 4 1, 85 | produce a certain result more frequently ~than not, then can the 5 1, 104 | occurrence, since they happen frequently; as when the ~sick were 6 2, 2 | this ~reason human glory is frequently deceptive. But since God 7 2, 4 | For ~future Happiness is frequently designated by Scripture 8 2, 69 | refer to this life, because frequently men ~are not punished in 9 2, 84 | happens, but what happens most frequently, for the reason that the 10 2, 84 | but that other evils more frequently arise therefrom, for the 11 2, 84 | the result being that he frequently goes forward to other ~sins. 12 2, 84 | is in this way that most frequently one vice arises from another, 13 2, 84 | capital because others, most ~frequently, arise from them: so that 14 2, 87 | head. Now each of these is ~frequently observed in human affairs, 15 2, 88 | however, he gets drunk frequently, this ignorance no longer ~ 16 2, 94 | matters of detail, the more frequently we encounter ~defects. Accordingly 17 2, 96 | though at times and less ~frequently it fail.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 96 | according to what happens most frequently, by directing his attention ~ 19 2, 97 | institutions that might prove less frequently deficient in respect of 20 2, 102 | they were repeated more ~frequently.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 21 2, 102 | his sin, since leprosy was frequently a result of sin: and some 22 2, 102 | considered what happened most frequently. The fruits, however, of 23 2, 105 | be likely to happen most frequently (Ex. ~22:1-9): wherefore, 24 2, 105 | wherefore it happened more frequently that sheep were stolen ~ 25 2, 105 | was because the slayer was frequently from ~the nearest city: 26 2, 107 | Likewise He seems to have ~frequently broken the sabbath; since 27 2, 108 | desired and to be taken frequently, since they ~seem to proceed 28 2, 6 | quickened by charity, ~as is frequently the case in sinners, are 29 2, 6 | such a sin. Thus it happens frequently that a man desists from ~ 30 2, 11 | we read of this as having frequently been done for the good of ~ 31 2, 14 | that their attention is frequently withdrawn ~from this subtle 32 2, 32 | which other vices arise most frequently. Now vice is contrary to ~ 33 2, 38 | As ~untoward tidings had frequently come from the Saracen side, 34 2, 47 | when we reflect on a thing ~frequently, we quickly call it to mind, 35 2, 47 | and he must carefully, ~frequently and reverently apply his 36 2, 58 | yet it is better to err frequently ~through thinking well of 37 2, 58 | wicked man, than to err less frequently ~through having an evil 38 2, 64 | that quarrels arise more frequently where there is no division ~ 39 2, 68 | credible it must agree. But ~frequently the evidence of two or three 40 2, 70 | it is ~wont to arise most frequently, through being closely connected 41 2, 75 | gold can be employed ~more frequently, and lasts longer in its 42 2, 79 | worship because we ought ~frequently to ponder over such things 43 2, 80 | contrary is the case: since frequently we are urged to ~greater 44 2, 80 | noticed, for devotion is ~frequently found in men of simplicity 45 2, 81 | s prayer, both because ~frequently prayer is uttered by an 46 2, 81 | whereas when we pray we ~frequently ask for what it had been 47 2, 81 | many; power, of ~which we frequently witness the unhappy results; 48 2, 81 | Indeed this business is frequently done with groans rather 49 2, 81 | the saints' prayers are frequently not heard; thus Paul was ~ 50 2, 86 | that are commonly ~made and frequently require dispensation, in 51 2, 87 | desirable, and to be employed frequently as ~something useful and 52 2, 87 | desirable and to be used frequently as something useful ~and 53 2, 87 | desirable and to be used frequently ~as something useful and 54 2, 93 | that occur of necessity or frequently, and these do not pertain 55 2, 93 | in this way the future is frequently known from dreams. We must, 56 2, 93 | elections of this kind men frequently have recourse to lots, even 57 2, 102 | authority of ~secular princes is frequently exercised with injustice, 58 2, 110 | its cause, from which more frequently though not always it ~arises: 59 2, 110 | pride. Moreover, the boaster frequently aims at obtaining glory 60 2, 116 | provided that itself be frequently the source of others. ~( 61 2, 117 | of something else. More frequently, however, he inclines to 62 2, 120 | to take God's name more frequently ~in this way. Nevertheless 63 2, 121 | occasions of those dangers occur frequently, since on account of justice ~ 64 2, 139 | death ~which occur less frequently than pleasures of touch, 65 2, 139 | general because it ~occurs frequently: fortitude excels in the 66 2, 140 | in respect of which sins frequently occur, and ~these are certain 67 2, 140 | for man to encounter them frequently ~in order to cease being 68 2, 142 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Being frequently ashamed causes the habit 69 2, 145 | they need to ~take food frequently, and not much at a time, 70 2, 148 | because they occur more frequently ~among men.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 150 | according to what occurs more frequently. ~Now it seldom happened 72 2, 152 | asleep, since in our sleep we frequently discuss ~matters, choose 73 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 1: Since rape frequently coincides with seduction, 74 2, 164 | to the ~Philosopher, who frequently employs the term "studious" ({ 75 2, 167 | among whom we dwell, but ~frequently to exceed their bounds, 76 2, 172 | several of whom treated more ~frequently of things that can be known 77 2, 180 | pressed with ~occupation; and frequently they who might live advantageously 78 2, 184 | religious sins mortally by frequently transgressing the ~things 79 2, 186 | contemplation of divine things frequently beset those who are ignorant 80 2, 187 | another: both because this frequently gives scandal to those who 81 3, 15 | since these passions in us ~frequently forestall the judgment of 82 3, 29 | espoused maidens to enter ~frequently the houses of them to whom 83 3, 44 | dangerous, since the demons frequently mix falsehood with truth. 84 3, 44 | in healing ~the sick He frequently not only made use of His 85 3, 44 | ailments of the ~body are frequently due to sin: for which reason, 86 3, 51 | what in other persons is frequently ~criminal, in a divine or 87 3, 55 | down. And He visited them frequently before He ~went up to heaven," 88 3, 55 | show; because angels have ~frequently shown themselves to men 89 3, 60 | conferring sacraments, would frequently do so invalidly. ~Therefore 90 3, 66 | manner of baptizing is more frequently in use and more ~commendable. 91 3, 66 | once, but the Eucharist frequently.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 92 3, 79 | because thus one might frequently be ~without any venial sin, 93 3, 80 | mortal ~sin; although more frequently the sin is mortal in the 94 3, 80 | priest celebrated Mass less frequently, ~and with greater preparation: 95 3, 80 | receive this ~sacrament frequently, then the oftener it were 96 3, 80 | communicate, if not more frequently, at least three times in 97 3, 83 | the priest to turn round ~frequently towards the people, and 98 3, 84 | sin." If, ~therefore, God frequently grants pardon through Penance, 99 3, 84 | disciples to be merciful by ~frequently pardoning their brethren 100 3, 84 | which ~can be repeated frequently. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 101 3, 86 | if the acts be repeated frequently. Now it has been said above ~( 102 Suppl, 45| fraud ~in such marriages; frequently, too, they have recourse 103 Suppl, 55| because such accusations frequently proceed from ill-will, and 104 Suppl, 64| account ~of the harm that frequently resulted to the offspring 105 Suppl, 67| that happen by chance less ~frequently in nature. In this way, 106 Suppl, 67| course of those which happen frequently. Secondly, by a cause altogether ~ 107 Suppl, 71| holy place, and pray more ~frequently and more specially for those 108 Suppl, 81| bodies. ~But of this we have frequently observed that it does not 109 Suppl, 84| remember thy sins now, and ~frequently confess them before Cod


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