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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | However, it is ~to be borne in mind, in regard to the 2 1, 23 | Orth. ii, 30): "It must be borne in mind that God foreknows 3 1, 36 | Holy ~Ghost' [*It should be borne in mind that the word "ghost" 4 1, 56 | 2/2~It must, however, be borne in mind that this image 5 1, 56 | evidence whereof it must be borne in mind that a thing is ~ 6 1, 59 | evidence thereof, it must be borne in mind that, since all 7 1, 60 | own good, namely, to be borne upwards.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 64 | this obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~that the appetitive 9 1, 65 | proof whereof it must be borne in mind that the higher 10 1, 67 | to end. It must ~also be borne in mind on the part of movement 11 1, 68 | of heavens, it must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks 12 1, 57 | 2/2~It must, however, be borne in mind that this image 13 1, 57 | evidence whereof it must be borne in mind that a thing is ~ 14 1, 60 | evidence thereof, it must be borne in mind that, since all 15 1, 61 | own good, namely, to be borne upwards.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 65 | this obstinacy, it must be borne in mind ~that the appetitive 17 1, 66 | proof whereof it must be borne in mind that the higher 18 1, 68 | to end. It must ~also be borne in mind on the part of movement 19 1, 69 | of heavens, it must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks 20 1, 80 | fact that he who desires is borne ~towards the thing desirable. 21 1, 107 | signifies that they are borne inflexibly towards God. ~ 22 1, 113 | because the Divine gifts are borne to us ~by the angels. Therefore 23 1, 113 | Divine assistance, which is borne to man by ~the ministry 24 2, 2 | force that a weighty body is borne downwards ~and that it rests 25 2, 28 | ecstasy, when that power is borne towards ~something else, 26 2, 47 | reviled me I would verily have borne with it." Therefore a person' 27 2, 64 | for although we cannot be borne towards God as much as we 28 2, 87 | whom ~the punishment is borne, while, in regard to the 29 2, 98 | of the law could not be borne without the help of ~grace, 30 2, 100 | favors first and chiefly are borne in mind by men, ~especially 31 2, 107 | Moreover they are easily borne, on ~account of the love 32 2, 12 | that, in despair, they are borne ~towards whatever their 33 2, 23 | condition that he should be borne wholly whithersoever he 34 2, 23 | wholly whithersoever he is ~borne, as stated in the FP, Q[ 35 2, 23 | that it is not ~necessarily borne wholly whithersoever it 36 2, 23 | wholly whithersoever it is borne, and where there are ~greater 37 2, 23 | heart is always actually borne towards God: this is the 38 2, 38 | i, 19), should always be borne in readiness of mind, so 39 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 2: The will is borne towards its object consequently 40 2, 101 | viii, 8). Now ~witness is borne either before God or before 41 2, 106 | follow. For his sin should be borne with, if it cannot be ~punished 42 2, 122 | witness. Now witness is borne to the faith of ~Christ. 43 2, 122 | witness. But witness is borne to ~the truth alone. Now 44 2, 134 | since no evils have to be borne there, according to Is. 45 2, 134 | except where evils have to be borne: yet that which we shall 46 2, 134 | purpose are ~said to be borne with longanimity: while 47 2, 134 | their crimes are said to be borne patiently."~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 134 | it is said that they are borne with longanimity: ~whereas 49 2, 134 | through pride are stated to be borne with ~patience.~ 50 2, 142 | 8, "For thy sake I have borne reproach, ~shame hath covered 51 2, 159 | restrain himself from being borne towards that which is above ~ 52 2, 160 | being that his appetite is borne towards things higher than ~ 53 2, 160 | is that his appetite is borne towards his ~own excellence 54 2, 160 | being that his appetite ~is borne inordinately towards his 55 2, 173 | naturally inclined to be borne downwards, may ~be thrown 56 2, 180 | whereof external labor borne for Christ's ~sake is a 57 2, 183 | 3): "The wicked must be borne ~patiently, when there are 58 2, 185 | Apostle, not merely to be borne with as ~being weaker than 59 2, 187 | baptized on Holy Saturday are ~borne in the hands of the Church 60 2, 187 | good for a man when he has borne the yoke from his youth." 61 3, 7 | by the ~Holy Spirit, was borne towards God in an act of 62 3, 8 | the legal sacraments, were borne to Christ by the same faith ~ 63 3, 8 | love whereby we also are borne to Him, and hence the ancient 64 3, 11 | reduced to act. Now it must be borne in mind that in the human 65 3, 14 | Is. 53:4, "Surely He hath borne our ~infirmities." Secondly, 66 3, 15 | 53:4): "Surely He hath borne our ~infirmities and carried 67 3, 16 | Nevertheless, it must be borne in mind that in a proposition 68 3, 16 | 2/2~It must however be borne in mind that the term covered 69 3, 17 | thing is man. Now it must be borne in ~mind that if there is 70 3, 18 | sensuality. But it must be borne in mind that sensuality 71 3, 18 | For towards the end it is borne simply ~and absolutely, 72 3, 18 | towards the means ~it is borne under a certain relation, 73 3, 19 | elementary bodies, as ~to be borne downwards - sometimes by 74 3, 20 | Para. 2/2~Yet it must be borne in mind that since this 75 3, 22 | similitude of which ~was borne by the wicked sacrifices 76 3, 22 | fully, inasmuch as "He hath borne our infirmities and ~carried 77 3, 30 | profit to Mary, had she not ~borne Christ in her heart after 78 3, 30 | reason had many ~barren women borne children, that the virginal 79 3, 42 | truth, the scandal should be borne rather than the truth be ~ 80 3, 46 | faculties. But it must be borne in mind that a faculty of 81 3, 49 | 53:4): "Surely He hath borne our ~iniquities and carried 82 3, 51 | the apostles, Christ is ~borne into the stony heart of 83 3, 52 | Is. 53:4: "Surely He hath borne our infirmities and ~carried 84 3, 55 | glorified." It must also be borne in mind that after His ~ 85 3, 57 | of an earthly body to be borne upwards. Moreover, ~what 86 3, 57 | element the human body is ~borne downwards by its own power: 87 3, 61 | Therefore they should have borne a ~greater likeness to the 88 3, 68 | 53:4): "Surely He hath ~borne our infirmities and carried 89 3, 69 | just as if he ~himself had borne those pains, his sins are 90 3, 72 | sign of which should be borne on the forehead, as in a ~ 91 3, 83 | ask: "Bid these things be borne by the hands of thy holy 92 3, 83 | sacramental species may ~be borne up to heaven; nor that Christ' 93 3, 83 | Christ's true body may be borne thither, ~for it does not 94 3, Note| be realized and ~must be borne in mind when we read the 95 Suppl, 25| too, ~many have patiently borne unjust tribulations whereby 96 Suppl, 45| sess. xxiv). It must be borne in mind that throughout 97 Suppl, 65| belongs to a magnet to be borne downwards ~by virtue of 98 Suppl, 65| principal end is ever to be ~borne in mind before the secondary 99 Suppl, 67| other ~grievances to be borne for conjugal fidelity and 100 Suppl, 69| souls of the ~saints are borne to heaven. That also some 101 Suppl, 69| levity whereby they ~are borne to their own place which 102 Suppl, 69| paradise. Now some were borne away to the earthly paradise 103 Suppl, 70| which they are able to be ~borne to corporeal places and 104 Suppl, 72| Christ rising again who have borne His image, and this belongs 105 Suppl, 74| fitting that it should ~be borne by the fathers of the Old 106 Suppl, 76| will be either entirely borne away to the heavenly life 107 Suppl, 81| Glorified bodies are said to be borne by the angels and ~also 108 Suppl, 90| operation whereby it is ~borne towards God is less intense. 109 Suppl, 92| marriage may be the more easily borne. But in spiritual marriage


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