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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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healed

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | virtue] came out from Him and healed all" (Lk. 6:19). Therefore ~ 2 1, 76 | whereby a body is primarily healed is ~health, and that whereby 3 1, 39 | virtue] came out from Him and healed all" (Lk. 6:19). Therefore ~ 4 1, 75 | whereby a body is primarily healed is ~health, and that whereby 5 1, 78 | passive, but also he who is healed; ~not only he that is sad, 6 1, 104 | placed in the streets, to be healed by the shadow of Peter ~( 7 1, 112 | Babylon, but she is not healed: let ~us forsake her." And ( 8 1, 116 | principle as when a man is healed by the force of nature. 9 2, 8 | deliberating by what means to ~be healed, wills to send for the doctor 10 2, 9 | when a man ~wills to be healed, he begins to reflect how 11 2, 9 | conclusion that he can be healed ~by a physician: and this 12 2, 9 | moving him, to will to be healed. And if the will moved itself 13 2, 22 | when an animal's body is healed, and loses sickness. At ~ 14 2, 38 | pleasure. This sorrow is healed ~by contrary pleasures.~ 15 2, 51 | instance, when a man is healed by himself, his ~health 16 2, 51 | nature; but when a man is healed by means of ~medicine, health 17 2, 51 | have ~said of those who are healed by means of art.~Aquin.: 18 2, 51 | it happens that a ~man is healed or becomes ill, by one act. 19 2, 79 | that ~the sinner may be healed, in so far as God permits 20 2, 87 | removed, the wound of sin is healed as ~regards the will. But 21 2, 87 | other powers of the soul be healed, since they were so disordered 22 2, 102 | consequently, the leper was already healed: but he was said to be ~ 23 2, 103 | man until he was already healed: hence it is written (Lev. ~ 24 2, 107 | ad 4). But Our Lord, ~Who healed the leper, could not contract 25 2, 108 | institution the apostles healed the sick by anointing them 26 2, 109 | nature, viz. in order to be healed, and furthermore in order 27 2, 109 | corrupted human nature is healed, and after being healed 28 2, 109 | healed, and after being healed is lifted up so ~as to work 29 2, 109 | human nature. For although healed by grace as to the mind, 30 2, 111 | subsequent, inasmuch ~as, being healed, we are strengthened; it 31 2, 6 | angry at Me because I have healed ~the whole man on the sabbath-day?" 32 2, 6 | faith, is at the same ~time healed from all his sins. But this 33 2, 6 | God without charity, is healed ~from unbelief, not entirely ( 34 2, 13 | except through the soul being healed ~by God. But "no disease 35 2, 19 | desperate so as to refuse to be healed." [*Vulg.: 'Why is my wound,' ~ 36 2, 38 | angry at Me ~because I have healed the whole man on the Sabbath-day?" 37 2, 98 | money from the leper who was healed: wherefore the sellers of 38 2, 116 | whereby man's sins are ~healed: wherefore incurability 39 2, 120 | being angry that He had healed on the ~Sabbath," says ( 40 2, 120 | angry at Me because I have healed the whole man on the ~Sabbath 41 2, 147 | 19): "By wisdom they were healed, whosoever have ~pleased 42 2, 185 | heat is most efficaciously healed by things that ~excel in 43 2, 185 | pride is most efficaciously healed by ~those things which savor 44 3, 1 | nature is as ~perfectly healed in each one as if it were 45 3, 1 | in each one as if it were healed in him alone. Hence, on ~ 46 3, 14 | overcome and man's weakness ~healed, by strength than by weakness. 47 3, 14 | vanquished the devil and healed human weakness.~Aquin.: 48 3, 14 | and hence, since Christ healed the passibility and corruptibility ~ 49 3, 14 | assuming it, He consequently healed all other defects.~Aquin.: 50 3, 19 | things ~humanly, as when He healed the leper with a touch. 51 3, 31 | the nature itself might be healed by the ~assumption.~Aquin.: 52 3, 31 | rather does it need to be healed ~itself. Therefore in human 53 3, 31 | foreshadowed as needing to be healed by ~Christ. And Christ alone 54 3, 31 | Abraham so as to need to be healed, but rather ~"as the balm 55 3, 31 | which the wound was to be healed." Therefore He did not ~ 56 3, 31 | Abraham as needing to be healed. Therefore she paid tithes 57 3, 37 | sinful flesh was wont to be healed." Seventhly, ~that by taking 58 3, 40 | which He had done." But ~He healed a man on the Sabbath, and 59 3, 43 | virtue went out from Him and ~healed all." Whereby it is proved, 60 3, 43 | and all ~that were sick He healed," Chrysostom says: "Mark 61 3, 43 | a multitude ~of persons healed, the Evangelists pass quickly 62 3, 43 | wholly 'In them,' because He healed them . . . Therefore ~whatever 63 3, 43 | passed by, their very shadow healed the sick? For it is ~greater 64 3, 44 | sick of the palsy had been healed by Christ, "feared, and 65 3, 44 | out." For ~the man who was healed "became as dead," says Jerome, " 66 3, 44 | because to those ~who are healed it is said, 'You are dead; 67 3, 44 | commanded those who had been healed miraculously ~to tell no 68 3, 44 | rational part, which ~is healed by the light of wisdom, 69 3, 44 | hands on every one of them, ~healed them," Cyril says: "Although, 70 3, 44 | 23: "Whom He ~might have healed wholly and instantly by 71 3, 44 | Wherefore on Jn. 7:23, "I have healed the whole man on a Sabbath 72 3, 45 | great glory." But men are healed of this ~frailty by Christ 73 3, 46 | was not ~befitting Him who healed the infirmities of others 74 3, 52 | ix), those whom Christ ~healed in this life He healed completely. 75 3, 52 | healed in this life He healed completely. Also, our Lord 76 3, 52 | says (Jn. 7:23): ~"I have healed the whole man on the sabbath-day." 77 3, 69 | baptized person, so that he is healed ~just as if he himself had 78 3, 69 | that their bodies may be healed. ~Therefore they do not 79 3, 78 | the touch of Christ's hand healed the ~leper. And in this 80 3, 80 | hem ~of His garment were healed." Therefore, they do not 81 3, 84 | but that the sick might be healed at the prayer of ~the apostles: 82 3, 84 | miracles whereby our Lord healed bodily diseases, ~signify 83 3, 84 | blindness. For this reason ~He healed so many stricken with fever, 84 3, 86 | say that ~a man cannot be healed, when it is difficult to 85 3, 86 | shows us that we are ~never healed unless it be from all sins."~ 86 3, 86 | unknown]: "Our Lord never ~healed anyone without delivering 87 3, 86 | him wholly; for He wholly healed the man ~on the Sabbath, 88 Suppl, 2 | committed. For contraries are healed by their ~contraries. Now 89 Suppl, 6 | there is necessity for being healed: and ~the same applies to 90 Suppl, 15| sin should be perfectly healed by ~satisfaction. Now punishment 91 Suppl, 15| Diseases of the body are healed by fasting, diseases ~of 92 Suppl, 16| griefs after we have been healed." But ~penance is grief 93 Suppl, 18| is not ~born again, but healed. Consequently by virtue 94 Suppl, 20| power of the keys a man is healed of all his ~shortcomings. 95 Suppl, 30| apostles anointed with oil were healed (Mk. 6:13). Therefore unction 96 Suppl, 31| sick, and that these were healed. It is also related of the ~ 97 Suppl, 32| healthy in body need ~to be healed in mind. Therefore this 98 Suppl, 73| touch of His body whereby He healed ~the leper (Mt. 8:3).~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 75| the sin of nature might be healed in them (because ~so long 100 Suppl, 75| nature itself which was healed. Now ~we must allow that 101 Suppl, 80| power whereby the sick were healed at the passing of ~Peter'


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