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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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specially

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | among other names this one specially denominates God, for everything 2 1, 36 | applied to God, and not specially to the third ~Holy Person, 3 1, 64 | its nature, seems to be ~specially manifest to the angels, 4 1, 76 | parts, such as a soul, and specially the soul of perfect animals, 5 1, 65 | its nature, seems to be ~specially manifest to the angels, 6 1, 75 | parts, such as a soul, and specially the soul of perfect animals, 7 1, 77 | of which we may observe specially in perfect animals, which 8 1, 107 | the lowest order can be specially ~called the order of "angels," 9 2, 9 | sometimes God moves some specially to the willing of ~something 10 2, 66 | since various saints are specially praised for different virtues; 11 2, 67 | Hence of justice ~it is specially said that it is "perpetual 12 2, 73 | of the sinful act being ~specially inconsistent with the excellence 13 2, 83 | certain powers of the soul are specially infected, viz. the ~generative 14 2, 83 | sin, ~these three are said specially to be corrupted and infected.~ 15 2, 94 | that ~pertain to him more specially, according to that nature 16 2, 99 | the Divine worship ~are specially called ceremonial.~Aquin.: 17 2, 100 | precept of the law which specially prescribes it, ~viz. "Thou 18 2, 101 | worship. The ~worship consists specially in "sacrifices," which are 19 2, 102 | turtledove ~and the dove; but specially, in the cleansing of a leper, 20 2, 102 | sacrifice was offered to God ~specially to show reverence to His 21 2, 102 | of the whole people, or specially for the sin of the priest, 22 2, 102 | from other ~men, as being specially deputed, rather than others, 23 2, 102 | stated above (A[5]), were specially ~chosen for the worship 24 2, 102 | priests themselves were ~specially set apart for that purpose. 25 2, 105 | their many dissensions, ~specially against the just rule of 26 2, 105 | not to take any away. And, specially, ~with respect to the poor, 27 2, 105 | astray into idolatry. ~And specially did this prohibition apply 28 2, 24 | enemies may be considered as specially directed ~to them, namely, 29 2, 25 | Therefore we ~ought to love more specially those who are united to 30 2, 33 | own ~act, while it belongs specially to charity to have that 31 2, 41 | But scandal seems to be ~specially opposed to charity. Accordingly 32 2, 50 | given by the Holy Ghost specially to ~certain persons, according 33 2, 50 | Therefore the beatitude of mercy specially corresponds to the gift 34 2, 56 | particular ~justice to be specially about those things which 35 2, 62 | imitate God in that which is specially becoming to him. Hence, 36 2, 66 | dare to do such ~things." Specially, however, does he injure 37 2, 68 | such concealment is not specially injurious to any person.~ 38 2, 68 | OBJ 3: This passage refers specially to the bishops, priests, ~ 39 2, 72 | Hence the latter sin is more specially against God, because "God ~ 40 2, 79 | service in matters pertaining specially to the Divine worship, ~ 41 2, 83 | those sacrifices which are specially ~directed to the Divine 42 2, 100 | positions of dignity refers specially to their personal ~usefulness 43 2, 104 | repayment of favors belongs ~specially to the virtue of gratitude.~ 44 2, 109 | Therefore hypocrisy is not specially opposed to the virtue of ~ 45 2, 130 | eccentricity should not be specially reckoned as a daughter of 46 2, 145 | fasting ought to be appointed specially for those ~times, when it 47 2, 146 | of the Decalogue pertain specially to justice and ~its parts, 48 2, 147 | the virtues, the matter specially belonging to it is that 49 2, 147 | wherefore ~sobriety is specially prescribed to the old, in 50 2, 151 | which also ~wantonness is specially applicable, as Augustine 51 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 2: Matrimony is specially ordained for the good of 52 2, 152 | A[2]). But adultery is specially opposed to ~matrimony, in 53 2, 152 | was apparently directed specially to those persons ~who must 54 2, 152 | sacrilege is ascribed more ~specially to lust which is opposed 55 2, 152 | which certain persons are specially consecrated.~Aquin.: SMT 56 2, 158 | all virtues in common, is specially appropriated to the ~virtue 57 2, 160 | for ~which reason it is specially stated (James 4:6) that " 58 2, 180 | of all man's goods, God specially accepts that of ~the human 59 2, 182 | perfection consists more specially in ~patience.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 182 | Now no class of men is specially assigned ~to the state of 61 2, 183 | another, when one of them is specially ~sought out by persecutors: 62 2, 183 | unless he ~binds himself specially thereto by vow. Hence Augustine 63 2, 184 | wilderness." Now it belongs specially ~to religious to renounce 64 2, 184 | also in those which pertain specially to ~religious discipline.~ 65 3, 27 | the womb. For Christ is specially called the Son of David ~ 66 3, 27 | by reason of the promise specially made to them ~concerning 67 3, 39 | given testimony of Me." And specially at the time of baptism, 68 3, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ specially invited men to imitate His 69 3, 42 | Divine ~power of Christ was specially shown in this, that He bestowed 70 3, 44 | Reply OBJ 4: Christ came specially to teach and to work miracles 71 3, 44 | of the palsy it is ~said specially, "Thy sins are forgiven 72 3, 46 | Thirdly, because it was specially in keeping with His humility: 73 3, 52 | individual by something specially personal (Q[49], A[1], ad 74 3, 55 | to all, and not to some specially.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 75 3, 55 | manifested to all, but to those specially who are ~preordained thereto 76 3, 55 | and this is because sight specially ~judges of the common sensibles, 77 3, 55 | the brightness of the body specially indicates. Consequently, 78 3, 59 | judiciary power is to be specially attributed to Christ?~Aquin.: 79 3, 59 | judiciary power is not to be specially ~attributed to Christ. For 80 3, 59 | ought not to be attributed specially ~to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 81 3, 60 | secondly, we shall consider specially each ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 82 3, 62 | the sacraments is not due specially to Christ's ~Passion.~Aquin.: 83 3, 62 | Church derive their power specially from Christ's ~Passion, 84 3, 63 | should not be attributed specially to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 85 3, 63 | sacramental character is specially the ~character of Christ, 86 3, 66 | consider each sacrament specially: (1) Baptism; (2) ~Confirmation; ( 87 3, 67 | cleansing from sins is effected specially ~by Baptism, according to 88 3, 68 | this would be the case specially with catechumens ~who are 89 3, 68 | since it is instituted specially for this purpose, that by 90 3, 70 | which circumcision was ~specially ordained, is contracted 91 3, 74 | except in the instance ~of specially selected grain. Therefore 92 3, 80 | Further, this sacrament is specially called "the sacrament of ~ 93 3, 82 | Consequently, this ~sin is specially inhibited to priests by 94 3, 83 | because the blood is ~more specially the image of our Lord's 95 3, 83 | which the priest puts ~up specially for the people, when he 96 3, 88 | subsequent sin?~(2) Whether more specially as regards certain sins 97 3, 90 | 1]), parts are assigned ~specially to the sacrament of Penance, 98 Suppl, 30| of the dying ~is ordained specially against venial sin. But 99 Suppl, 40| imprints a character ~is specially directed to the sacrament 100 Suppl, 59| A[3]). Hence they ~are specially effective in dissolving 101 Suppl, 59| idolatry and unbelief are specially designated by the name of ~ 102 Suppl, 71| doer who does certain works specially for ~the purpose that they 103 Suppl, 71| more ~frequently and more specially for those who are buried 104 Suppl, 71| although they are not offered specially for him. In this ~way the 105 Suppl, 93| men what one seems to have specially, all have in ~common in


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