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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 26 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii), it would seem that beatitude 2 1, 69 | Augustine says (Contr. Faust. ~xxii, 11), this word signifies 3 1, 70 | Augustine says (Contr. Faust. ~xxii, 11), this word signifies 4 1, 83 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii, 29), it is not correct ~ 5 2, 4 | Augustine (De Civ. Dei xxii, 26) quotes the words of 6 2, 17 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xxii.] sats ~that "the nutritive 7 2, 17 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xxii) says "that generation and 8 2, 17 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xxii.] says that "the pulse is ~ 9 2, 17 | Nemesius, De Nat. Hom. xxii) says that, just as the ~ 10 2, 19 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) that "sin is a ~deed, 11 2, 21 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) ~that "sin is a word, 12 2, 32 | Augustine says in De Civ. Dei xxii, 31 [*Gregory, ~Moral. iv.] 13 2, 37 | commentary on Ezechiel (Hom. ~xxii in Ezechiel).~Aquin.: SMT 14 2, 44 | Philosopher says (De Problem. xxii, ~11).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 15 2, 47 | Chrysostom observes (Hom. xxii, in Ep. ~ad Rom.). But by 16 2, 58 | contrary, Gregory says (Moral. xxii) that "the other virtues, ~ 17 2, 61 | For Gregory says (Moral. xxii, 1): "There is ~no true 18 2, 65 | and Gregory says ~(Moral. xxii, 1) that "one virtue without 19 2, 65 | Gregory, who says (Moral. xxii, 1) that "a virtue ~cannot 20 2, 71 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii): ~"Sin is a word, deed, 21 2, 71 | Augustine shows (Contra Faust. xxii, 27). But the Law ~of God 22 2, 71 | suffices (Contra Faust. ~xxii, 27).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 23 2, 71 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) includes two things ~ 24 2, 79 | states (De Nat. et Grat. xxii). Therefore blindness, of 25 2, 88 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27): "Sin is a word, ~deed 26 2, 96 | says (De Civ. ~Dei ii, 21; xxii, 6).~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] 27 2, 100 | Augustine says (Contra ~Faust. xxii, 24), "even the life of 28 2, 104 | Augustine states (Contra Faust. xxii, 24). ~For this reason even 29 2, 110 | says (De Natura et Gratia ~xxii): "The light of truth rightly 30 2, 13 | De Serm. Dom. in ~Monte xxii), that "to resist fraternal 31 2, 34 | Hence Gregory says (Moral. xxii, 11): "It ~very often happens 32 2, 38 | Augustine ~says (Contra Faust. xxii, 75): "The natural order 33 2, 38 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 74): "The passion for ~ 34 2, 38 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 70): "To take the ~sword 35 2, 41 | Augustine ~(Contra Faust. xxii, 27), a sin is a "word, 36 2, 58 | 2) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 70] that just as "the soil 37 2, 67 | hid my sin," says (Moral. xxii, 15): "It is a common vice 38 2, 68 | 26) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 33,34], that when Abraham ~ 39 2, 70 | according to Chrysostom ~(Hom. xxii, in Ep. ad Rom.): "If thou 40 2, 77 | Augustine (Contra ~Faust. xxii, 27), while transgression 41 2, 87 | from taking oaths [*Caus. XXII, qu. 5, ~can. Parvuli], 42 2, 94 | states (Contra ~Faust. iv, 2; xxii, 24). Wherefore it is lawful 43 2, 95 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 36): "Christ who ~gave 44 2, 95 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, ~36) says that "Paul fled, 45 2, 98 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 47) that "it was no ~crime 46 2, 108 | Mend. x; Contra Faust. ~xxii). Wherefore Abraham himself 47 2, 113 | Wherefore Gregory ~says (Moral. xxii, 5) that detraction is a 48 2, 121 | De Morib. Eccl. xv, xxi, xxii) numbers ~fortitude among 49 2, 121 | contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxii) numbers it among the other ~ 50 2, 121 | Augustine says (De Morib. Eccl. xxii) that "the soul is shaken 51 2, 121 | contrary, Gregory (Moral. xxii), Ambrose in his commentary 52 2, 130 | from ~Livy: Hist., Lib. XXII C, 39]: "I must not boast 53 2, 134 | virtues which Gregory ~(Moral. xxii) and Augustine (De Morib. 54 2, 148 | letter (Ad Aurel. ~Episc. Ep. xxii), "Meseems, such things 55 2, 148 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, 43), Lot ~was to be excused 56 2, 148 | Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 44) that ~"Lot's guilt 57 2, 150 | wherefore Jerome says [*Ep. xxii ad Eustoch.]: ~"Other things 58 2, 150 | Augustine (De Bono Conjug. xxii) charges the ~virgin to 59 2, 152 | written in the Decretals (XXII, qu. i, can. ~Praedicandum): " 60 2, 152 | Collationes Patrum (Coll. xxii, 6) of a man who was ever 61 2, 160 | Anselm [*Eadmer, ~De Similit. xxii, seqq.] divides the uplifting 62 2, 179 | end of De ~Civitate Dei xxii, 30, "there we shall rest 63 2, 179 | said before (De Civ. ~Dei xxii, 30) that "there God will 64 2, 184 | Augustine says (De Bono Conjug. xxii), "the chastity of ~celibacy 65 2, 185 | says (De ~oper. Monach. xxii): "Sometimes those who enter 66 2, 187 | xv in Ezech., and Moral. xxii): "No ~one comes suddenly 67 2, 187 | bound by oath (Decret. ~XXII, qu. v, cap. Pueri and cap. 68 3, 1 | Augustine says in a ~sermon (xxii de Temp.): "Man who might 69 3, 31 | argument thus (Contra Faust. xxii): "Since the same evangelist 70 3, 31 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii) that if ~Joachim, Mary' 71 3, 37 | us" [*Innoc. III, ~Serm. xxii de Temp.]; wherefore it 72 3, 39 | Augustine says (De Agone Christ. xxii): "Nor do we say ~this as 73 3, 46 | as Chrysostom says (Hom. ~xxii in Joan.) respecting the 74 3, 54 | Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii): "Perhaps in that ~kingdom 75 3, 55 | Caesarea; Cf. Migne, P. G., xxii, 1003] says, "Two ~Evangelists, 76 3, 57 | Augustine says (De Civ. ~Dei xxii), "wheresoever the spirit 77 3, 60 | in the Decretals (Caus. xxii, qu. 5): "Children who have 78 3, 66 | down in De Eccles. Dogm. xxii: "Those heretics ~who have 79 3, 80 | Fathers (Cassian, Collat. xxii) that when a ~certain one 80 Suppl, 6 | gloss [*Cf. Gregory, Moral. xxii, 9] on the passage.~Aquin.: 81 Suppl, 39| Trent: De Reform., Sess. xxii, cap. 4,11,12]. But for 82 Suppl, 72| Sanct. [*De Dono ~Persever. xxii]): "The prayers of the saints 83 Suppl, 72| the end ~of De Civ. Dei (xxii, 22).~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] 84 Suppl, 72| Augustine states (De Civ. De. xxii, 26): ~"The soul, to be 85 Suppl, 76| Augustine refers (De Civ. Dei xxii). It is ~thus clear how 86 Suppl, 77| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii) quoted in the text (Sent. 87 Suppl, 78| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii). Therefore others also ~ 88 Suppl, 78| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii): "Those are wiser, ~seemingly, 89 Suppl, 79| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii, 19): "We ~feel an undescribable 90 Suppl, 81| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii, 30) that "wherever the 91 Suppl, 82| Augustine says (De ~Civ. Dei xxii, 3), "the body's beauty 92 Suppl, 89| as follows (De Civ. Dei xxii): "A greater power will 93 Suppl, 89| Augustine (De Civ. Dei xxii), as is clear if we take 94 Suppl, 92| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii) that "in that ~beatitude 95 Suppl, 93| Augustine says (De Civ. Dei xxii): "We feel an undescribable


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