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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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healing

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1 1, 62 | working for the end, as the healing art is ~productive of health; 2 1, 63 | working for the end, as the healing art is ~productive of health; 3 1, 104 | such as the recovery and healing of the sick. Nor ~are they 4 1, 116 | principal ~cause of the healing, so the interior light of 5 2, 79 | blindness is directed to their healing; but as regards others, 6 2, 102 | salt were offered; or as ~healing, and of these they offered 7 2, 102 | blood; oil, to denote ~the healing of the disease; and living 8 2, 106 | the inward presence of the healing grace of faith.~Aquin.: 9 2, 109 | Divine commandments without ~healing grace. Secondly, the commandments 10 2, 109 | in the present life this ~healing is wrought in the mind - 11 2, 111 | Further, the operation of healing, and speaking divers tongues ~ 12 2, 111 | correct to divide the grace of healing and kinds of tongues ~against 13 2, 111 | there is the "grace of ~healing," or merely for the purpose 14 2, 111 | Reply OBJ 3: The grace of healing is distinguished from the 15 2, 113 | beyond the wonted course of healing by nature or art, receives 16 2, 114 | outwardly!" Now ~inward healing is brought about by grace. 17 2, 2 | cannot do without the aid of healing grace, such as to ~love 18 2, 13 | the way of forgiveness and healing to an all-powerful and ~ 19 2, 19 | physician were to despair of healing some sick ~man, or if anyone 20 2, 31 | charity rather than the healing of a bodily infirmity, or 21 2, 69 | physician proves his skill by healing a ~desperate disease, so 22 2, 87 | a medicine is useful for healing, and yet, the ~stronger 23 2, 94 | checking serpents, or in healing certain ~other animals: 24 2, 102 | 31) that our Lord after healing the two blind men ~commanded 25 2, 105 | a kindly physician, by ~healing the ingratitude with repeated 26 2, 106 | as a ~medicine, not only healing the past sin, but also preserving 27 2, 176 | Therefore the grace of healing should not be distinguished 28 2, 176 | is given "the grace of healing . . . to ~another, the working 29 2, 176 | Reply OBJ 4: The "grace of healing" is mentioned separately, 30 2, 182 | measure the amount of his ~healing, but how much medicine or 31 2, 182 | employ for the purpose of ~healing. Consequently it is evident 32 2, 183 | cessation of the scandal, healing of his infirmity, removal ~ 33 3, 1 | not a more fitting way of healing our misery."~Aquin.: SMT 34 3, 19 | and the ~Manhood, as the healing of the lepers or the raising 35 3, 19 | as one walking ~and one healing.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 36 3, 31 | levied on that which needed ~healing," as Augustine says (Gen. 37 3, 31 | flesh subject to ~sin needed healing. Since therefore Christ' 38 3, 31 | original sin, needed that healing which is through Christ. 39 3, 35 | prophets were sent ~for their healing. But now that the Law of 40 3, 44 | of those who sought the ~healing of the body, as He is related 41 3, 44 | 9:2): the more that the healing of the body, being ~of less 42 3, 44 | Christ, by miraculously healing men in particular, should 43 3, 44 | Incarnation. Consequently in healing ~the sick He frequently 44 3, 44 | use of His Divine power, healing by ~way of command, but 45 3, 44 | flesh ~was endowed with a healing virtue." And on Mk. 8:23, " 46 3, 44 | Now the end of the outward healing ~worked by Christ is the 47 3, 44 | worked by Christ is the healing of the soul. Consequently 48 3, 44 | heal a man's body without healing his soul. ~Wherefore on 49 3, 44 | sins a greater ~work than healing the body; but because the 50 3, 46 | other more suitable way of healing our misery" than by the 51 3, 52 | the sacraments by way of healing ~and expiation. Consequently, 52 3, 60 | medicament, from ~"medicando" [healing]. But this seems to be of 53 3, 61 | corporeal things. Now the healing ~remedy should be given 54 3, 61 | spiritual remedies for the healing of wounds inflicted by sin. 55 3, 65 | cure is twofold. one is the healing, that restores ~health: 56 3, 65 | last, for ~it preserves the healing which was begun by Penance.~ 57 3, 84 | Now the ~apostles, in healing the sick, did not use the 58 3, 84 | forms rather than in the healing of ~infirmities. Nevertheless 59 3, 84 | bodily diseases, ~signify the healing of spiritual diseases, whereby 60 3, 84 | repeatedly forgiven, at one time ~healing a man from leprosy and afterwards 61 3, 84 | reason He is not described as healing anyone but once, that every 62 Suppl, 2 | is a kind of ~spiritual healing by way of some alteration. 63 Suppl, 5 | remedy which ~suffices for healing a slight sin, suffices also 64 Suppl, 12| punishment, is a medicine healing past sins and ~preserving 65 Suppl, 14| satisfaction is a remedy for the healing of past sins, and for ~preserving 66 Suppl, 22| Excommunication is a punishment and a healing medicine. ~Now punishments 67 Suppl, 29| of the sacraments ~is the healing of the disease of sin: wherefore 68 Suppl, 29| this sacrament, because the healing of ~the internal wounds 69 Suppl, 29| sacrament is a spiritual healing. Now spiritual ~healing 70 Suppl, 29| healing. Now spiritual ~healing is signified by the use 71 Suppl, 29| 2/2~Further, spiritual healing is signified by anointing 72 Suppl, 29| answer that, The spiritual healing, which is given at the end 73 Suppl, 29| its softness, wherefore ~healing with wine pertains to Penance 74 Suppl, 29| of sins, and not of the healing of ~the body to which end 75 Suppl, 30| Unction ~is a spiritual healing or cure. Now just as a bodily 76 Suppl, 30| fifth chapter of James. Now healing is ascribed there as the 77 Suppl, 30| sick man." Therefore bodily healing is not an effect of ~this 78 Suppl, 30| unction has ~its effect now in healing bodies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 79 Suppl, 30| signifies and causes a spiritual healing through the bodily healing 80 Suppl, 30| healing through the bodily healing which ~it effects externally.~ 81 Suppl, 30| sacrament causes ~an inward healing by means of an outward sacramental 82 Suppl, 30| of an outward sacramental healing: and even as ~the baptismal 83 Suppl, 30| bodily remedy, namely a healing of the body. But there is 84 Suppl, 30| Unction causes a bodily healing, not by a ~natural property 85 Suppl, 30| it ~follows that a bodily healing does not always ensue from 86 Suppl, 30| requisite for the spiritual healing: and then it ~produces it 87 Suppl, 30| from it its efficacy in healing the body.~Aquin.: SMT XP 88 Suppl, 31| through ~the "grace of healing" (1 Cor. 12:9) but not through 89 Suppl, 32| in good health. For the healing of the mind is a more ~important 90 Suppl, 32| this sacrament than the healing of the body, as ~stated 91 Suppl, 32| sacrament is a spiritual healing, as stated above ~(Q[30], 92 Suppl, 32| is signified by way of a healing of the body. Hence ~this 93 Suppl, 32| not subjects for ~bodily healing, those namely, who are in 94 Suppl, 32| yet this same spiritual healing needs to be signified by 95 Suppl, 32| needs to be signified by a ~healing of the body, although bodily 96 Suppl, 32| competent to receive bodily healing, viz. the sick; even as ~ 97 Suppl, 32| be ~subjects for a bodily healing.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 98 Suppl, 32| us under the form of a ~healing. Now bodily healing has 99 Suppl, 32| of a ~healing. Now bodily healing has to be effected, by applying 100 Suppl, 33| sacrament is a spiritual healing applied under ~the form 101 Suppl, 37| he bears; the "grace of healing" to ~the exorcist; "diverse 102 Suppl, 39| order to signify the need of healing. Accordingly, since it is 103 Suppl, 48| baptism one intend not the healing of ~the mind which the Church 104 Suppl, 56| of ~birth, but a kind of healing. Nevertheless Penance occasions 105 Suppl, 71| may they profit us unto ~healing." Now foremost among all


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