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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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corporal

   Part, Question
1 2, 42 | punishment, spiritual or corporal. In this way, too, we fear 2 2, 53 | powers, which are impeded by corporal ~transmutation. But the 3 2, 97 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In corporal things, right is predicated 4 2, 102 | of the mind to ~God; and corporal, consisting in sacrifices, 5 2, 102 | worship, whether spiritual or ~corporal. Now the worship prescribed 6 2, 103 | uncleanness of sin. The other was corporal, which rendered a man ~unfit 7 2, 30 | greater account, spiritual or corporal?~(4) Whether corporal alms 8 2, 30 | or corporal?~(4) Whether corporal alms have a spiritual effect?~( 9 2, 30 | of precept?~(6) Whether corporal alms should be given out 10 2, 30 | things we need?~(7) Whether corporal alms should be given out 11 2, 30 | enumerated. For we reckon seven corporal almsdeeds, namely, to ~feed 12 2, 30 | body, ~and are relieved by corporal almsdeeds. For corporal 13 2, 30 | corporal almsdeeds. For corporal need occurs either ~during 14 2, 30 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporal alms are of more account 15 2, 30 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporal alms are of more account 16 2, 30 | body which is relieved by corporal alms, is ~by nature more 17 2, 30 | spiritual alms. ~Therefore corporal alms are of more account. ~ 18 2, 30 | which cannot be said of ~corporal almsdeeds. Therefore corporal 19 2, 30 | corporal almsdeeds. Therefore corporal almsdeeds are of more account 20 2, 30 | by thee, brother." Now a corporal alms is ~sometimes more 21 2, 30 | almsdeeds are preferable to corporal ~almsdeeds.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 30 | gift, which surpasses a corporal gift, according to ~Prov. 23 2, 30 | are more excellent than corporal acts, which are, in a fashion, 24 2, 30 | particular case, when ~some corporal alms excels some spiritual 25 2, 30 | the intention of gaining corporal goods.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 26 2, 30 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether corporal almsdeeds have a spiritual 27 2, 30 | OBJ 1: It would seem that corporal almsdeeds have not a spiritual ~ 28 2, 30 | spiritual goods exceed ~corporal goods. Therefore corporal 29 2, 30 | corporal goods. Therefore corporal almsdeeds have no spiritual 30 2, 30 | simony consists in giving the corporal for ~the spiritual, and 31 2, 30 | the effect. If ~therefore corporal almsdeeds cause a spiritual 32 2, 30 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Corporal almsdeeds may be considered 33 2, 30 | way they have merely a ~corporal effect, inasmuch as they 34 2, 30 | they supply our neighbor's corporal needs. ~Secondly, they may 35 2, 30 | so far as ~a man gives a corporal alms out of love for God 36 2, 30 | neighbor, who is succored by a corporal ~alms, is moved to pray 37 2, 30 | This argument considers corporal almsdeeds as to their ~substance.~ 38 2, 30 | spiritual ~thing with a corporal thing, for he knows that 39 2, 30 | things ~infinitely surpass corporal things, but he intends to 40 2, 30 | of her charity, whence ~corporal almsdeeds derive their spiritual 41 2, 31 | is a spiritual alms. Now corporal ~almsgiving belongs to those 42 2, 31 | means wherewith to give corporal ~assistance is rich in this 43 2, 31 | are of more account than corporal ~almsdeeds. Now one who 44 2, 31 | abstain from administering ~corporal alms. Much less therefore 45 2, 42 | strength whether spiritual or corporal depends ~on the heart. Therefore 46 2, 62 | Old Law, which appointed corporal ~penalties, so that it was 47 2, 62 | with better things ~than corporal slayings, namely with things 48 2, 68 | conduce to the spiritual or corporal ~corruption of the community, 49 2, 80 | genera of acts, namely, corporal ~and spiritual acts: for 50 2, 86 | by abstinence, ~or other corporal remedies.~Aquin.: SMT SS 51 2, 89 | we should ~employ, not corporal but spiritual canticles.~ 52 2, 93 | cause of dreams is twofold, corporal and ~spiritual. It is corporal 53 2, 93 | corporal and ~spiritual. It is corporal in so far as the sleeper' 54 2, 98 | do not ~progress without corporal things, even as the soul 55 2, 101 | honor is a spiritual or a corporal thing?~(2) Whether honor 56 2, 101 | honor denotes something corporal?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 57 2, 101 | does not denote something corporal. For honor ~is showing reverence 58 2, 101 | reward is not something corporal, for the reward is more ~ 59 2, 101 | honor does not consist of corporal ~things.~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 101 | Therefore honor consists of ~corporal things.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 61 2, 101 | consists of signs, external and corporal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 62 2, 101 | yet nothing in human and corporal things can ~be greater than 63 2, 101 | than honor, since these corporal things themselves are ~employed 64 2, 120 | under the guise ~of certain corporal similitudes, so is external 65 2, 120 | break the Sabbath," i.e. do corporal works ~on the Sabbath, " 66 2, 120 | sinful than by ~lawful albeit corporal works, it follows that to 67 2, 120 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Again, corporal works, not pertaining to 68 2, 120 | to thy brother." Hence a ~corporal work pertaining to the preservation 69 2, 138 | withdrawn from them by ~corporal dangers, precepts of fortitude 70 2, 162 | And since the movements of corporal creatures are set in order ~ 71 2, 184 | have sinned" - but also ~corporal, for it is written (Eccles. 72 2, 184 | danger, neither spiritual nor corporal. For ~spiritual danger ensues 73 2, 185 | impossible for ~them to do these corporal works, they be not oppressed 74 2, 186 | excellence of spiritual over corporal things. Hence it was stated 75 2, 186 | spiritual works of mercy surpass corporal works of ~mercy. Moreover 76 2, 186 | directed to the works whether ~corporal or spiritual of the active 77 3, 39 | understood either in a ~corporal or in a spiritual sense. 78 3, 39 | cannot be understood in a ~corporal sense: because the heavenly 79 3, 65 | liable at times to both ~corporal and spiritual infirmity, 80 3, 65 | by Matrimony both in ~the corporal and in the spiritual life: 81 3, 80 | drawbacks ~both spiritual and corporal from which they suffer, 82 3, 82 | consecrated; hence the corporal and the chalice are consecrated, 83 3, 83 | which is placed on the corporal, as there is with the blood 84 3, 83 | made of stone, ~yet the corporal is made of linen, since 85 3, 83 | consecrated chalice ~and corporal, and the other things instituted 86 Suppl, 23| communicate in matters purely corporal with ~one who is excommunicated?~( 87 Suppl, 23| lawful, in matters purely corporal, to communicate with an ~ 88 Suppl, 23| lawful, in matters purely corporal, to ~communicate with an 89 Suppl, 23| with ~another in matters corporal.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 90 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person in corporal matters.~Aquin.: SMT XP 91 Suppl, 23| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Corporal matters are subordinate 92 Suppl, 39| to ~receiving Orders. For corporal subjection is not incompatible 93 Suppl, 39| But in a slave there is corporal subjection. ~Therefore he 94 Suppl, 40| spiritual corresponds to the corporal. Now the tonsure is ~a corporal 95 Suppl, 40| corporal. Now the tonsure is ~a corporal sign employed by the Church. 96 Suppl, 56| OBJ 1: From the fact that corporal and spiritual union differ ~


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