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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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meat

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1 1, 51 | but I use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12:19).~ 2 1, 52 | but I use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12:19).~ 3 1, 103 | just as salt preserves meat from ~putrefaction; and 4 2, 30 | never desires ~infinite meat, or infinite drink. But 5 2, 68 | strengthens it with the meat of ~hope for the future," 6 2, 69 | Lord said (Jn. 4:34): "My meat is to do the will of Him 7 2, 84 | of the individual, e.g. meat and drink, which good is 8 2, 101 | man . . . ~judge you in meat or in drink, or in respect 9 2, 102 | depart"; and to eat roast meat, ~for this took less time 10 2, 103 | moveth and liveth shall be meat for you": but only ~as to 11 2, 103 | man . . . ~judge you in meat or in drink, or in respect 12 2, 105 | ways: "for sacrifice, for meat, for milk, and for its wool." 13 2, 108 | The kingdom of God is not meat and drink; ~but justice 14 2, 108 | The kingdom of God is not meat and drink."~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 108 | she provideth her meat for herself ~in the summer, 16 2, 27 | The kingdom of ~God is not meat and drink, but justice and 17 2, 33 | soul abhorred all manner of meat," and from the definition 18 2, 41 | if a man were to "sit ~at meat in the idol's temple" (1 19 2, 41 | 15): "If, because of thy meat, thy brother be grieved, 20 2, 41 | Destroy not him with thy meat for whom Christ died." Much 21 2, 45 | Heb. 5:14) that "strong meat is for the ~perfect, for 22 2, 53 | master . . ~. provideth her meat for herself in the summer, 23 2, 62 | all trees . . . to be your meat, and to all beasts of the ~ 24 2, 62 | moveth and liveth shall be ~meat to you."~Aquin.: SMT SS 25 2, 85 | store-house that there may be meat in My ~house." Hence the 26 2, 85 | from Lk. 10:7: Matthew has 'meat' ~instead of 'hire']: "The 27 2, 94 | refused to be defiled by the meat of Gentiles. ~Hence as a 28 2, 94 | delight, not as animals by meat, but as ~spirits by signs, 29 2, 95 | storehouse, that there may be meat in My house; and try Me 30 2, 95 | quoted - "that there may be meat in God's house": ~wherefore 31 2, 112 | 15): "If, because of thy meat, thy brother be ~grieved, 32 2, 139 | the individual by means of meat and drink, and the ~nature 33 2, 139 | properly about pleasures of meat and drink and sexual pleasures. 34 2, 140 | refrain from pleasures of meat, drink, and sex; as also ~ 35 2, 141 | and in these as regards ~meat, there is "abstinence," 36 2, 144 | abstinence, which ~is about meat and drink, and sobriety, 37 2, 144 | The kingdom of God is not meat and drink," where a ~gloss [* 38 2, 144 | Apostle says ~(1 Cor. 8:8): "Meat doth not commend us to God. 39 2, 144 | the saints abstain from meat and drink, not that any 40 2, 144 | be content with moderate meat, so should ~he be satisfied 41 2, 145 | cooled by abstinence in meat and drink. Secondly, we 42 2, 145 | Just as man is nourished by meat, so is he by drink: ~wherefore 43 2, 145 | bidden to abstain ~from flesh meat, eggs, and milk foods?~Aquin.: 44 2, 145 | bidden to ~abstain from flesh meat, eggs, and milk foods. For 45 2, 145 | be forbidden to eat flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 46 2, 145 | exclude the eating of flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 47 2, 145 | chiefly the use of flesh meat which is most productive 48 2, 145 | forbidden the use of flesh meat rather than of wine or vegetables 49 2, 145 | generally speaking, eating flesh meat ~affords more pleasure than 50 2, 145 | those who fast to eat flesh meat, rather ~than to eat fish.~ 51 2, 145 | the prohibition of flesh meat takes precedence of the 52 2, 145 | reason the ~eating of flesh meat is forbidden in every fast, 53 2, 146 | Whenever a man ~takes more meat and drink than is necessary, 54 2, 146 | is dulled by immoderate meat and drink, and in this respect 55 2, 146 | immoderate partaking ~of meat or drink. In like manner, 56 2, 146 | necessity by immoderate meat or ~drink. However, it is 57 2, 147 | about drink, but also about meat and sexual ~matters. Therefore 58 2, 147 | abstinence is concerned with both meat and drink. Now there is 59 2, 147 | no ~special virtue about meat. Therefore neither is sobriety, 60 2, 147 | sensitive to food. Now meat and drink combine together 61 2, 147 | drink is ~distinguished from meat, so are there various kinds 62 2, 147 | each different kind of ~meat or drink, which is unreasonable. 63 2, 147 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Meat and drink are alike capable 64 2, 147 | abstinence is about both meat and drink alike. But intoxicating ~ 65 2, 147 | virtue of abstinence is about meat and drink, ~considered, 66 2, 147 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, No meat or drink, considered in 67 2, 148 | Whenever a man takes more meat and drink than is ~necessary, 68 2, 148 | Reply OBJ 2: To take more meat or drink than is necessary 69 2, 148 | stated above (Q[141], A[6]), meat and drink should be ~moderate 70 2, 148 | happens sometimes that the meat and drink which are moderate ~ 71 2, 148 | to have taken excessive meat or drink. There is, however, 72 2, 151 | abundance." But surfeit regards meat and ~drink, while abundance 73 2, 151 | connected with pleasure of meat and ~drink. Therefore these 74 2, 165 | to partake of the ~king's meat and wine, lest they should 75 2, 166 | little salt suffices for our meat."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 76 2, 168 | also ~about pleasures of meat and drink. Now the precepts 77 2, 168 | pertaining to pleasures of meat and ~drink, or to any other 78 2, 183 | says (1 ~Cor. 8:13): "If meat scandalize my brother, I 79 2, 183 | workman is ~worthy of his meat." And yet if anyone were 80 2, 184 | Heb. 5:14) that "strong meat is for ~the perfect, for 81 2, 184 | The Kingdom of God is not meat and drink, but justice and 82 2, 185 | labor is the ~necessity of meat." So that if one could live 83 2, 185 | workman is worthy of his meat." Now it ~belongs not to 84 2, 185 | they have to receive ~their meat from others. In this way 85 2, 185 | desire to have ~wealth or meat without working for it, 86 2, 186 | by means of abstinence in meat and drink, which pertain 87 2, 186 | according to Heb. 5:14: "Strong meat is for the perfect; for 88 3, 40 | about his loins: and his meat was locusts and wild ~honey"; 89 3, 40 | The kingdom of God is not ~meat and drink." And Augustine ( 90 3, 47 | Let no man judge ~you in meat or drink, or in respect 91 3, 54 | but true flesh partook of meat ~with the disciples, not 92 3, 55 | but I use an invisible meat." But since Christ's body 93 3, 60 | the ~kingdom of God is not meat and drink." Therefore sensible 94 3, 66 | is water changed wherein meat and the like ~are boiled: 95 3, 73 | according to John: ~"My flesh is meat indeed, and My blood is 96 3, 76 | Jn. 6:56): "My flesh is ~meat indeed, and My blood is 97 3, 76 | Jn. ~6:56): "My flesh is meat indeed," there the word 98 3, 77 | heartened by the odor of meat, and intoxicated by the 99 3, 79 | Jn. 6:56): "My flesh is meat indeed, and My blood is ~ 100 3, 79 | the words, "My flesh is meat indeed" (Jn. 6:56): ~"Seeing 101 3, 79 | 6:56): ~"Seeing that in meat and drink, men aim at this, 102 3, 79 | doth afford save only this meat and drink ~which maketh 103 3, 80 | in Joan.) says: By "this meat and ~drink, He would have 104 3, 80 | or ~even from surfeit of meat or drink. Now every one 105 3, 83 | to house, they took their meat with gladness." Consequently, 106 Suppl, 29| be attained by means of ~meat and drink. It is the same 107 Suppl, 96| eternal life." Now this is the meat and drink ~whereof Christians


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