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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | Deo ordinatae sunt.' ~St. Thomas often quotes this passage, 2 1, 75 | The ~Parma edition of St. Thomas's Commentary on Aristotle 3 1, 74 | The ~Parma edition of St. Thomas's Commentary on Aristotle 4 1, 95 | St. Jerome's ~works. St. Thomas may have had in mind Bede, 5 2, 2 | before His angels" [*St. Thomas joins Mk. 8:38 with Lk. 6 2, 8 | voluntas" (the will) St. Thomas adds a word of ~explanation, 7 2, 29 | tell you the truth?" [*St. Thomas quotes the passage, probably ~ 8 2, 34 | the principal, ~"end [*St. Thomas took "finis" as being the 9 2, 36 | wrote {endeian}, 'want'; St. Thomas, in the Latin version, read ~' 10 2, 74 | English 'type,' because St. ~Thomas was speaking of the Divine ' 11 2, 102 | Douay: 'porphyrion.' St. Thomas' description tallies with 12 2, 103 | quotation are from 3:21: St. Thomas probably quoting from memory, ~ 13 2, 106 | fulfilled in us." [*St. Thomas, quoting perhaps from memory, 14 2, 107 | thou hast," ~etc. [*St. Thomas combines Mt. 19:21 with 15 2, 1 | seen. For Our ~Lord said to Thomas (Jn. 20:29): "Because thou 16 2, 1 | Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou ~hast believed." Therefore 17 2, 1 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Thomas "saw one thing, and believed 18 2, 1 | pain of ~anathema. [*St. Thomas wrote 'first' (expunged 19 2, 2 | hope which is in you.' St. Thomas' reading is apparently taken 20 2, 10 | hope which is in you' St. Thomas' reading is apparently taken 21 2, 11 | words spoken ~amiss." [*St. Thomas quotes this saying elsewhere, 22 2, 30 | authorities quoted by St. Thomas] says on 1 Tim. 4:8: "'Dutifulness ~[ 23 2, 41 | On the contrary, Blessed Thomas of Canterbury demanded the 24 2, 42 | with all thy might." [*St. Thomas ~is explaining the Latin 25 2, 70 | The words as quoted by St. Thomas are a blending of Mt. 5: 26 2, 78 | by ~self-defense." [*St. Thomas read 'obscurum,' and explains 27 2, 78 | the ~written law. [*St. Thomas indicates the Greek derivation: { 28 2, 81 | Cf. Catena Aurea of St. Thomas ~on Lk. 18. The words as 29 2, 106 | sense is the same as St. Thomas gives in the parenthesis] "( 30 2, 116 | and it is to this that St. Thomas is alluding (cf. A[2], ~ 31 2, 123 | FEAR* (FOUR ARTICLES) [*St. Thomas calls this vice indifferently ~' 32 2, 152 | sleep falleth upon men.' St. Thomas is apparently quoting from 33 2, 153 | Continentem" according to St. ~Thomas' reading; St. Ambrose wrote " 34 2, 156 | in FS, Q[46], A[8], St. ~Thomas quoting the same authority 35 2, 159 | the Blessed Benedict [*St. Thomas gives these degrees ~in 36 2, 161 | 21], A[2], OBJ[3]. St. ~Thomas is evidently alluding to 37 2, 172 | the flax [*'Lina.' St. ~Thomas apparently read 'ligna' (' 38 2, 184 | to 'martyrdom'; and St. ~Thomas quotes the passage correctly 39 2, 186 | Vigilia honestatis ~St. Thomas would seem to have taken ' 40 2, 187 | the river run dry. [*St. Thomas ~gives no reply to the third 41 2, 187 | written (Ex. 26:3, seqq. [*St. Thomas quotes the ~sense, not the 42 2, 187 | my house," says [*Cf. St. Thomas's Catena Aurea]: "By asking 43 3, 14 | found as a man." Hence, Thomas, by the ~sight of His wounds, 44 3, 16 | apposite in English. St. Thomas explains why we ~can say 45 3, 16 | xxx in ~Matth; cf. St. Thomas, Catena Aurea on Mk. 2:10]: " 46 3, 19 | as was said above.~(St. Thomas gives no reply to OBJ[3]; 47 3, 26 | Ed. Note Para. 1/5~ST. THOMAS AND THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ( 48 3, 26 | seen how accurately St. Thomas speaks of the "flesh" or ~ 49 3, 26 | that, according to ~St. Thomas, the human body is animated 50 3, 26 | 3/5~Why, then, does St. Thomas say that because the Blessed 51 3, 26 | sanctified. But if ~St. Thomas held for a posteriority 52 3, 26 | question is answered thus: St. Thomas as a Doctor of the Church 53 3, 26 | was not likely that St. ~Thomas would differ from the great 54 3, 26 | Nor is it likely that St. Thomas had any ~reliable information 55 3, 26 | Redemption. Hence it is that St. Thomas ~insists on two things: ( 56 3, 26 | much insisted on by St. ~Thomas, are at the very basis of 57 3, 41 | to commend it, since St. Thomas is commenting the ~text 58 3, 42 | on the ~housetops" [*St. Thomas, probably quoting from memory, 59 3, 45 | first see the target. Hence Thomas said (Jn. 14:5): "Lord, 60 3, 54 | beholder; thus it was that Thomas ~believed, to whom it was 61 3, 54 | Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou ~hast believed" (Jn. 62 3, 54 | contrary, Our Lord said to Thomas (Jn. 20:27): "Put in thy 63 3, 54 | For, as He showed them to Thomas who would not believe ~except 64 3, 54 | entire, but more perfected. Thomas, ~however, not only saw, 65 3, 55 | of them in Jerusalem when Thomas was not ~present." Therefore 66 3, 55 | again a sixth time when Thomas ~saw Him; a seventh time 67 3, 55 | merit of faith: just as Thomas, to whom it was said (Jn. ~ 68 3, 55 | Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou hast believed,' saw 69 3, 75 | given were taken by St. Thomas from his ~Commentary on 70 3, 75 | editions ~have ignored St. Thomas's original division, and 71 3, 82 | the order observed by St. Thomas in writing the Articles; 72 3, 84 | among the Apocrypha. St. Thomas is evidently ~quoting from 73 3, Note| treatise on Penance, St. Thomas ~was called to the heavenly 74 3, Note| and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary on the Fourth 75 3, Note| treatise on Penance, St. Thomas ~was called to the heavenly 76 3, Note| and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary on the Fourth 77 3, Note| years 1235-1253, while St. Thomas was under ~thirty years 78 3, Note| influence of him whom St. ~Thomas always called the Master. 79 Suppl | SUMMA THEOLOGICA OF ST. THOMAS AQUINAS GATHERED FROM HIS 80 Suppl, 17| already ~removed it. [*St. Thomas here follows the opinion 81 Suppl, 18| remission of guilt? [*St. ~Thomas here follows the opinion 82 Suppl, 18| only dispositively [*St. Thomas here follows the opinion 83 Suppl, 18| either as to the guilt [*St. Thomas ~here follows the opinion 84 Suppl, 19| consider Him as man [*For St. Thomas' later teaching ~on this 85 Suppl, 19| of the keys. ~[*For St. Thomas' later teaching on this 86 Suppl, 36| hope which is in ~you; St. Thomas apparently took his reading 87 Suppl, 37| contents. [*The wording of St. Thomas is ~sufficiently vague to 88 Suppl, 39| the less irregular [*St. Thomas is speaking according to 89 Suppl, 42| Q[18], A[1], where St. Thomas uses the same ~expression; 90 Suppl, 45| treatise on marriage St. Thomas gives the Canon Law of his 91 Suppl, 72| differs somewhat from St. Thomas's ~quotation; but the sense 92 Suppl, 87| of an unknown author. St. Thomas, De Anima, ~ascribes it 93 Suppl, 90| A[5]~, ad 5, where St. Thomas retracts this statement]. 94 Suppl, 93| A[1], ad 1, where St. Thomas declares that the Holy Innocents 95 Suppl, 95| A[1], ad 1 where St. Thomas gives another answer].~Aquin.: 96 Suppl, 95| A[4], ad 2; where St. Thomas tacitly retracts the opinion ~ 97 Suppl, 95| A[4], ad 2; where St. Thomas tacitly retracts the opinion 98 Suppl, 96| satietatem visionis," which St. Thomas takes to ~signify being 99 Appen1 | compiled by Nicolai from St. Thomas' ~Commentary on the Sentences, 100 Appen1, 2| compatible with ~grace. [*St. Thomas expresses himself differently,


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