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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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performed

    Part, Question
1 1, 51 | Consequently vital functions can be performed in assumed ~bodies by the 2 1, 54 | whose operations are not performed through ~bodily organs, 3 1, 63 | as ~something good to be performed now, from the inclination 4 1, 75 | understanding alone is ~performed without a corporeal organ. 5 1, 76 | is an act which cannot be performed by a corporeal ~organ, like 6 1, 76 | action of the senses is not performed without a corporeal instrument. ~ 7 1, 77 | operations of the soul are performed without a corporeal ~organ, 8 1, 77 | operations of the soul are ~performed by means of corporeal organs; 9 1, 52 | Consequently vital functions can be performed in assumed ~bodies by the 10 1, 55 | whose operations are not performed through ~bodily organs, 11 1, 64 | as ~something good to be performed now, from the inclination 12 1, 74 | understanding alone is ~performed without a corporeal organ. 13 1, 75 | is an act which cannot be performed by a corporeal ~organ, like 14 1, 75 | action of the senses is not performed without a corporeal instrument. ~ 15 1, 76 | operations of the soul are performed without a corporeal ~organ, 16 1, 76 | operations of the soul are ~performed by means of corporeal organs; 17 1, 77 | nature that it is not even performed ~by any corporeal organ; 18 1, 77 | the soul, which is indeed ~performed through a corporeal organ, 19 1, 77 | the soul is that which is performed by a corporeal organ, and 20 1, 77 | vegetative principle is performed by means of heat, the property 21 1, 88 | knowledge is here acquired, are performed by the mind ~turning to 22 1, 90 | these actions are, in a way, performed, not being low down, but 23 1, 94 | mites into the treasury performed ~a deed of absolutely less 24 1, 94 | greater virtue, he would have performed greater works. But if we ~ 25 1, 104 | intellectual operation is performed by the intellect in ~which 26 1, 107 | regards the Divine actions ~performed by superiors towards inferiors 27 1, 109 | ministration miracles are sometimes performed. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] 28 1, 111 | Para. 2/2~Yet the action performed by the angel who is sent, 29 2, 101 | because formerly the actions performed in theatres were done to 30 2, 102 | priests the consecration was performed as follows. First, when 31 2, 103 | but in the sense that they performed them without the mind to 32 2, 113 | because they can only be ~performed by Divine power; and they 33 2, 25 | actions which ~have to be performed outwardly, so that, to wit, 34 2, 51 | is reached in the action performed by the body; while the ~ 35 2, 83 | of the other virtues are ~performed out of reverence for God; 36 2, 102 | before God through being performed out of obedience to ~God' 37 2, 151 | without sin, provided they ~be performed in due manner and order, 38 2, 187 | these are ~those which are performed in the divine mysteries, 39 3, 7 | magnificence; although He also ~performed the act of liberality, as 40 3, 19 | same ~epistle he adds: "He performed Divine works not as God 41 3, 28 | are more praiseworthy when performed in fulfilment of a vow. ~ 42 3, 36 | 39) ~that "after they had performed all things according to 43 3, 46 | actions are more suitably performed than deeds ~of violence, 44 3, 53 | done "at once" which is performed within ~a short space of 45 3, 64 | any sacramental rite were performed by good angels, it should 46 3, 66 | etc. And since ~the action performed by the minister is expressed 47 3, 70 | circumcision should not ~have been performed with a stone knife.~Aquin.: 48 3, 70 | fitting for circumcision to be performed on the ~virile member. First, 49 3, 70 | are related as having been performed with a ~stone knife, thus ( 50 3, 72 | either licitly or ~validly performed by others than those who 51 3, 74 | This sacrament can only be performed with wine from the ~grape. 52 3, 75 | wherever this sacrament is performed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 53 3, 76 | where this ~sacrament is performed: whereas it is in heaven 54 3, 78 | sacrament of Baptism can be performed sometimes by pronouncing ~ 55 3, 78 | this ~sacrament could be performed sometimes by uttering those 56 3, 78 | excellence in the sacraments, performed this ~sacrament without 57 3, 78 | the consecration is now performed by reciting the things which 58 3, 78 | the consecration was not performed then by these ~words, neither 59 3, 82 | this sacrament that it is performed only as in the person of 60 3, 82 | sacrifice which is wonderfully performed in ~memory of Christ: but 61 3, 82 | souls. But this sacrament is performed in the ~consecration of 62 3, 83 | mystery;~(5) Of the actions performed in celebrating this mystery.~( 63 3, 83 | such consecrations to be performed in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 64 3, 83 | necessity ~this sacrament can be performed in houses which have not 65 3, 83 | sacrament, therefore is it performed with greater solemnity than 66 3, 83 | regarding the consecration, performed by supernatural power, the ~ 67 3, 83 | 1/1~Whether the actions performed in celebrating this sacrament 68 3, 83 | It seems that the actions performed in celebrating this mystery ~ 69 3, 83 | Further, the ceremonies performed in the sacraments of the 70 3, 83 | Further, the ceremonies performed in this sacrament represent ~ 71 3, 83 | Reply OBJ 5: The actions performed by the priest in mass are 72 3, 83 | completed except they be performed in ~perfect order. For since 73 3, 83 | perfect, except they be performed in perfect ~order. But if 74 3, 84 | sacrament ~only, viz. the acts performed outwardly both by the repentant 75 3, 86 | the human acts, which are performed by the ~sinner, are the 76 Suppl, 9 | confession is ~from within and is performed by ourselves, so that when 77 Suppl, 17| knowledge, cannot be well performed without both of the above, 78 Suppl, 25| body in which many have performed works of ~satisfaction exceeding 79 Suppl, 25| indulgence at all), but they ~performed them for the whole Church 80 Suppl, 29| one sacrament should be performed by one minister. But ~the 81 Suppl, 29| second unction should be performed, since each sacrament has 82 Suppl, 29| consecration of the matter is ~performed by a bishop, and the application 83 Suppl, 30| duties which have to be performed in the Church, a distinction 84 Suppl, 37| that certain acts may be ~performed. Hence it behooves the sacrament 85 Suppl, 40| while other actions are performed by the whole ~body of ministers 86 Suppl, 45| is nevertheless validly ~performed, although it is a sin to 87 Suppl, 45| marriage may be more fittingly performed. ~Hence if these be omitted 88 Suppl, 52| of marriage ~before it is performed. Therefore if it could supervene 89 Suppl, 70| body, because they are not performed except through the medium 90 Suppl, 70| operations, however, are ~performed by the soul without a bodily 91 Suppl, 71| inquiry:~(1) Whether suffrages performed by one person can profit 92 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Whether suffrages performed by sinners profit the dead?~ 93 Suppl, 71| would seem that suffrages performed by sinners do not profit ~ 94 Suppl, 71| Therefore the suffrages performed by them do not profit the ~ 95 Suppl, 71| person ~for whom they are performed. Therefore it would appear 96 Suppl, 71| differs ~not whether they be performed by good or by wicked persons.~ 97 Suppl, 71| considered in the suffrages performed ~by the wicked. First, the 98 Suppl, 71| by ~whomsoever they are performed, in this respect the suffrages 99 Suppl, 71| persons by whom they are performed be in ~sin. Nevertheless 100 Suppl, 71| the one for whom it is performed be capable of availing by 101 Suppl, 71| for whom the suffrage is performed, but rather on the one who 102 Suppl, 71| frequented the sacraments and performed works generically good, ~ 103 Suppl, 93| due to an act that is not performed through ~the body: wherefore 104 Suppl, 96| punishment of those who have ~performed works of mercy?~Aquin.:


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