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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | since their truth is not ~admitted by all: "For all men have 2 1, 2 | God is" can be mentally admitted: "The fool said in his ~ 3 1, 2 | actually ~exists, unless it be admitted that there actually exists 4 1, 2 | and this precisely is not admitted ~by those who hold that 5 1, 4 | OBJ 4: Although it may be admitted that creatures are in some 6 1, 4 | like God, it must nowise be admitted that God is like creatures; 7 1, 32 | paternity; which is not to be admitted. Therefore there are ~not 8 1, 32 | another notion must be ~admitted, as above explained.~Aquin.: 9 1, 36 | Holy Ghost, which cannot be admitted. ~Therefore the Father and 10 1, 37 | the Son; ~which cannot be admitted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 11 1, 42 | imperfect, which cannot be admitted. Thus there is a ~moment 12 1, 44 | And those among them who admitted movement, did not consider 13 1, 46 | valid against ~those who admitted the existence of eternal 14 1, 47 | natural ~philosophers, who admitted no cause but matter, attributed 15 1, 56 | likeness without causality be admitted in the ~angels, this will 16 1, 58 | an evening knowledge be admitted in the angels, ~because 17 1, 58 | then there ought to be admitted a third class of knowledge, 18 1, 62 | angel had grace ere he was ~admitted to beatitude, and that by 19 1, 37 | the Son; ~which cannot be admitted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 20 1, 42 | imperfect, which cannot be admitted. Thus there is a ~moment 21 1, 45 | And those among them who admitted movement, did not consider 22 1, 47 | valid against ~those who admitted the existence of eternal 23 1, 48 | natural ~philosophers, who admitted no cause but matter, attributed 24 1, 57 | likeness without causality be admitted in the ~angels, this will 25 1, 59 | an evening knowledge be admitted in the angels, ~because 26 1, 59 | then there ought to be admitted a third class of knowledge, 27 1, 63 | angel had grace ere he was ~admitted to beatitude, and that by 28 1, 78 | was impossible. For he ~admitted that this could happen in 29 1, 83 | For it was universally admitted that "like is known ~by 30 1, 94 | possess ~Him now," who are admitted to eternal happiness directly 31 1, 108 | angels; which cannot be admitted. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] 32 1, 112 | birth, for they are not then admitted to the ~sacraments of the 33 1, 113 | Therefore ~it must be admitted that all the transformation 34 1, 117 | the body, which cannot be admitted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 35 2, 14 | attests something that admitted of doubt" [*Cicero, Topic. 36 2, 89 | answer that, It is generally admitted that man could not commit 37 2, 98 | Further, the Gentiles were admitted to the Jewish ritual and 38 2, 98 | for this reason they were admitted to them. So too the laity 39 2, 98 | So too the laity are ~now admitted to the ranks of the clergy, 40 2, 102 | whereas the people were only ~admitted to the court; because the 41 2, 102 | without which no one ~was admitted to any of the legal observances - 42 2, 102 | no uncircumcised man was ~admitted, as is clear from Ex. 12: 43 2, 102 | On the eighth day he was admitted to divine worship, and was 44 2, 105 | foreigners wished to be admitted ~entirely to their fellowship 45 2, 105 | For they were not at once admitted to ~citizenship: just as 46 2, 105 | brother), that they should be admitted to the fellowship of the ~ 47 2, 105 | Moabites) were ~never to be admitted to citizenship; while the 48 2, 105 | dispensation for a man to be admitted to ~citizenship on account 49 2, 11 | no matter how often, are admitted by the Church to Penance 50 2, 11 | return ~again, they are admitted to Penance, but are not 51 2, 22 | Nevertheless it may be admitted that it is ~not a virtue 52 2, 68 | perjury, since witnesses are admitted only on oath and on this ~ 53 2, 98 | have been simoniacally ~admitted into a monastery, they must 54 2, 98 | world, but they ~must not be admitted to their former rank, and 55 2, 182 | perfection that some are admitted under certain obligations 56 2, 182 | who are not in orders are admitted to the clerical state and 57 2, 184 | attaining perfection, he admitted to the state of ~perfection 58 2, 187 | the aforesaid priest be admitted to his benefice and sacred ~ 59 2, 187 | religious ~life, if he be not admitted to one, he is bound to go 60 2, 187 | especially of unripe age, to be admitted or bound to religion.~Aquin.: 61 2, 187 | trade must by no means be admitted into a monastery, when they ~ 62 2, 187 | religion must not easily be admitted, but ~spirits must be tested 63 2, 187 | that they are not easily admitted to the religious life.~Aquin.: 64 3, 2 | of the body, at once be admitted into the bosom of the heavenly 65 3, 7 | prophecy also ought not to be admitted in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 66 3, 16 | proposition "God is man," is admitted by all ~Christians, yet 67 3, 29 | say that she was not yet admitted to his house, but only betrothed 68 3, 42 | individual Gentiles were admitted, on account of the ~excellence 69 3, 50 | was ~dead; which cannot be admitted. Therefore after Christ' 70 3, 52 | delivered from hell by being admitted to the glory of the vision 71 3, 55 | if but one untruth be admitted into the Sacred Scripture, 72 3, 59 | salvation, to ~which men are admitted, or from which they are 73 3, 67 | Further, by Baptism a man is admitted to the body of the ~Christian 74 3, 67 | among Catholics, anyone is admitted to this position, because 75 3, 68 | a delay whereby men are admitted to Baptism at the principal ~ 76 3, 68 | approved of infants being admitted to ~Baptism."~Aquin.: SMT 77 3, 72 | apostles. But this ~cannot be admitted; since the institution of 78 3, 75 | these expressions may be admitted by way of similitude, ~namely, 79 3, 75 | the word "conversion" is admitted in this sacrament, but not ~ 80 3, 77 | is necessary for what is admitted as the subject of ~some 81 3, 79 | we ~are thereby forthwith admitted to glory, but we must first " 82 3, 80 | that he is baptized, is admitted to the Lord's table, he 83 3, 89 | another, he must not be admitted to the ranks of ~the clergy: 84 Suppl, 8 | the Church, so as to be admitted to ~the sacraments, unless 85 Suppl, 8 | Baptism of desire, is not admitted to the Eucharist. ~Wherefore 86 Suppl, 17| punishment, without being at once admitted to the kingdom, on ~account 87 Suppl, 17| active power. Now a man is admitted to the kingdom ~from the 88 Suppl, 17| worthiness of the one to be admitted to heaven. Hence the aforesaid ~ 89 Suppl, 19| man is shut out ~from or admitted to the fellowship of the 90 Suppl, 19| should be excluded from or admitted to that temple; ~which judgment 91 Suppl, 21| Church by Baptism, he is admitted ~to two things, viz. the 92 Suppl, 28| case such a one would be admitted to minor orders by way of ~ 93 Suppl, 28| without however being admitted to Communion or to the kiss 94 Suppl, 36| any vice ~should not be admitted to the ministry of Orders.~ 95 Suppl, 40| they are the first to be ~admitted to the handling of sacred 96 Suppl, 40| subdeacons are the first admitted to ~announce the doctrine 97 Suppl, 53| spiritualities, they are not admitted to the immediate handling ~ 98 Suppl, 55| here strangers are ~not admitted, although they be unexceptionable. 99 Suppl, 55| that hearsay evidence is admitted; and ~that witnesses may 100 Suppl, 62| consequently ~it must be admitted that a divorce cannot be 101 Suppl, 67| them: and this cannot be admitted, because the ~righteousness 102 Suppl, 67| divorcing a ~wife: Christ admitted none but fornication: and 103 Suppl, 80| another body, as is commonly admitted. Therefore it will ~be possible 104 Suppl, 87| Redemption ~that man is admitted to the kingdom. In this


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