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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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year

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | the end of a day or of a year; which ~cannot be applied 2 1, 47 | one light another, and one year another year, one sun ~another 3 1, 47 | another, and one year another year, one sun ~another sun? [ 4 1, 70 | season than another, and one year ~than another, are due to 5 1, 48 | one light another, and one year another year, one sun ~another 6 1, 48 | another, and one year another year, one sun ~another sun? [ 7 1, 71 | season than another, and one year ~than another, are due to 8 1, 101 | heat, since twice in the year the sun passes vertically 9 2, 73 | fourth days, than after a year, when his ~corpse is already 10 2, 102 | alone, and that once a ~year, entered into the inner 11 2, 102 | entering alone, once a year, into the Holy of Holies. 12 2, 102 | feasts were celebrated once a year: and they commemorated ~ 13 2, 102 | was laid down that once a year, on the tenth day of the 14 2, 102 | however, of the ~fourth year, as being the firstlings 15 2, 102 | God: and from the fifth year onward they were eaten.~ 16 2, 105 | prescribes that in the 50th year of the jubilee all that ~ 17 2, 105 | again, because it is the year of remission of the Lord"; ~ 18 2, 105 | whatever grew in the seventh year was common ~property, as 19 2, 105 | inclined to do so as the year of remission drew nigh, 20 2, 105 | do so before the seventh year, and would not defraud the ~ 21 2, 105 | to depart in the ~seventh year of remission: wherefore 22 2, 105 | out ~free" in the seventh year.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 23 2, 105 | out free in the ~seventh year taking whatever they brought 24 2, 84 | 14): "Three times every year you ~shall celebrate feasts 25 2, 85 | read (Dt. 14:22,23): "Every year thou shalt set aside the 26 2, 85 | the earth bringeth forth year by year; and thou shalt ~ 27 2, 85 | earth bringeth forth year by year; and thou shalt ~eat before 28 2, 85 | Dt. 14:28): "The ~third year thou shalt separate another 29 2, 85 | parish during one part of the year, and within the bounds of 30 2, 85 | parish during one part of the year, and within the bounds of 31 2, 85 | during the other part of the year; or he may have his sheepfold 32 2, 86 | statute of Innocent IV, a year's probation is granted to 33 2, 86 | seems unlawful, before the year of probation, for children ~ 34 2, 86 | by her ~parents within a year (20, qu. ii, cap. Puella). 35 2, 145 | is a tithe of the whole year." Now paying tithes is an ~ 36 2, 145 | conferred every quarter of ~the year (in sign whereof our Lord 37 2, 145 | signify the New Testament year as Jerome says [*Comment. 38 2, 145 | tithe of days, for ~since a year is composed of three hundred 39 2, 145 | we pay God a tithe of our year." According to ~Augustine ( 40 2, 171 | the High Priest of that year, he ~prophesied that Jesus 41 2, 185 | Pseudosynod held by Photius in the year 879]: ~"The monastic life 42 2, 187 | Now before profession a year of probation is allowed, 43 2, 187 | profession before completing the year of probation. Therefore 44 2, 187 | should be preceded by a year's ~probation, as the objection 45 2, 187 | need not be preceded by a year's probation.~Aquin.: SMT 46 2, 187 | has to be preceded by a ~year of probation; whereas this 47 2, 187 | enter should be given a year's probation. ~Wherefore 48 3, 12 | Hom. ii): "In the twelfth year of His age He ~deigned to 49 3, 22 | commemoration of sins every year." But in like manner under 50 3, 22 | of the ~Old Law, once a year, entered into the Holy of 51 3, 22 | the Law in ~that, once a year, the high-priest of the 52 3, 22 | sacrifices were renewed every year.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 53 3, 35 | until the twenty-eighth year of Augustus Caesar: but ~ 54 3, 36 | if they had come after a year, or even two years, they ~ 55 3, 39 | merely before their thirtieth year, but even in infancy. ~Therefore 56 3, 39 | baptized before His thirtieth year.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 57 3, 39 | baptized in His thirtieth year. ~First, because Christ 58 3, 39 | prophesy in "his ~thirtieth year," as we read Ezech. 1:1.~ 59 3, 43 | thirtieth or thirty-first year of His age. Therefore it ~ 60 3, 46 | its highest point in every year at the ~summer solstice. 61 3, 46 | Passion, at ~the time of year at which He had created 62 3, 72 | Therefore some fixed time of the year ~should be chosen for this 63 3, 73 | high-priest ~entered once a year into the Holy of Holies 64 3, 74 | who "keep throughout the year a linen cloth ~steeped in 65 3, 80 | was eaten only once in the year; while the Church ~once 66 3, 80 | while the Church ~once a year commemorates Christ's Passion, 67 3, 80 | daily, but only once in the year.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 68 3, 80 | requires Communion ~once a year; hence it is enacted (Extra, 69 3, 80 | was partaken ~of once a year only, since Christ died 70 3, 80 | Church celebrates once a year the remembrance of Christ' 71 3, 80 | least three times in the ~year, namely, at Easter, Pentecost, 72 3, 80 | communicate "at least once a year," namely, "at Easter." However, ~ 73 3, 80 | communicate thrice each year," adds: "Except those who 74 3, 83 | in the Church once in the year: because Augustine ~says ( 75 3, 83 | be celebrated but once a year. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 76 3, 83 | why do ~you take it once a year, as the Greeks have the 77 3, 83 | commemorated but once in the ~year, whereas the latter takes 78 3, 83 | solemnly ~celebrated each year: and that dedications are 79 Suppl, 6 | obliges all to confess once a ~year; because she commands all 80 Suppl, 6 | receive Holy Communion once a year, ~viz. at Easter, wherefore 81 Suppl, 8 | either sex to confess ~once a year to their own priest."~Aquin.: 82 Suppl, 8 | confession to be made once a year to one's own priest, ~he 83 Suppl, 25| same circumstances, now a year's indulgence, now one of 84 Suppl, 25| others an indulgence of one year. ~Nor does a person gain 85 Suppl, 28| of thy brow,' etc. Every year on ~the day of our Lord' 86 Suppl, 28| This ~shall be done every year as long as entrance into 87 Suppl, 40| instance, to enter once a year the Holy of ~Holies, which 88 Suppl, 43| reason before his seventh year; and consequently during 89 Suppl, 43| after his twenty-second year.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 90 Suppl, 43| procreation in ~her twelfth year, and a boy at the end of 91 Suppl, 58| until their twenty-fifth year. Therefore it would seem 92 Suppl, 58| professed before the fourteenth ~year of age. Therefore neither 93 Suppl, 58| this age is the fourteenth year in males ~and the twelfth 94 Suppl, 58| in males ~and the twelfth year in women: but since the 95 Suppl, 61| made before the expiry of a year, is ~accounted void. Therefore 96 Suppl, 74| at the end of the great year, or that it would return 97 Suppl, 74| Ezech. 4:6: "A day for a year, yea a day for ~a year I 98 Suppl, 74| a year, yea a day for ~a year I have appointed to thee." 99 Suppl, 85| place, nor fix the month, year, century, or thousand years


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