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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | of the Divine ~intellect whereof it is intrinsically capable. 2 1, 12 | the same time. In proof whereof, we ourselves cannot know 3 1, 14 | through Himself. In proof whereof ~it must be known that although 4 1, 14 | partly practical. In proof ~whereof it must be observed that 5 1, 27 | called generation. ~In proof whereof we must observe that generation 6 1, 27 | Body Para. 2/2~In evidence whereof we must observe that procession 7 1, 27 | generation. In evidence whereof we must consider that the 8 1, 28 | in God really; in proof whereof we may ~consider that in 9 1, 39 | every form belongs to that whereof it is the form; ~as the 10 1, 42 | answers perfectly to that whereof it is the image, it ~may 11 1, 44 | of all things. In proof ~whereof we must consider that if 12 1, 50 | material numbers." The reason whereof ~is this, because, since 13 1, 56 | principles. In evidence whereof it must be borne in mind 14 1, 60 | things adequately divided ~whereof one is not the cause of 15 1, 62 | merited beatitude. The reason whereof is because grace perfects 16 1, 65 | Body Para. 2/2~In proof whereof it must be borne in mind 17 1, 76 | immaterial form; a ~proof whereof is its operation in which 18 1, 39 | every form belongs to that whereof it is the form; ~as the 19 1, 42 | answers perfectly to that whereof it is the image, it ~may 20 1, 45 | of all things. In proof ~whereof we must consider that if 21 1, 51 | material numbers." The reason whereof ~is this, because, since 22 1, 57 | principles. In evidence whereof it must be borne in mind 23 1, 61 | things adequately divided ~whereof one is not the cause of 24 1, 63 | merited beatitude. The reason whereof is because grace perfects 25 1, 66 | Body Para. 2/2~In proof whereof it must be borne in mind 26 1, 75 | immaterial form; a ~proof whereof is its operation in which 27 1, 80 | something of its own, by virtue whereof it can resist the commands 28 1, 88 | what ~goes on among us. Whereof Gregory gives the reason 29 2, 6 | only one, "the ~principal whereof is from without," but with 30 2, 31 | than bodily good: a ~sign whereof is that men abstain from 31 2, 32 | abundant good existing in him, whereof he is ~able to give others 32 2, 35 | than ~outward pain: a sign whereof is that one willingly undergoes 33 2, 38 | should afford consolation: whereof the Philosopher indicates 34 2, 38 | effect, it is like a weight whereof we strive to unburden ~ourselves: 35 2, 39 | i.e. of a soul and a body, whereof the body is the ~inferior. 36 2, 44 | a ~parching heat: a sign whereof is that those who fear are 37 2, 66 | being, which are the terms ~whereof indemonstrable principles 38 2, 91 | relating to human conduct, whereof the natural reason is the ~ 39 2, 99 | persuasion: an example ~whereof is seen in Ex. 22:26: "If 40 2, 100 | justified by works, he ~hath whereof to glory, but not before 41 2, 102 | New Law, in the sacrifice whereof ~spiritual grace is contained, 42 2, 109 | that is in man's power, whereof he is master. Now man is 43 2, 110 | the nature of the thing whereof ~it is the substance or 44 2, 1 | He not a Son; the bond ~whereof being the Holy Ghost. From 45 2, 16 | Himself. Now the act of hope, whereof ~we speak now, attains God. 46 2, 25 | than his neighbor: in sign whereof, a ~man ought not to give 47 2, 30 | respect of those ~things whereof men have abundance or insufficiency.~ 48 2, 49 | actions he has to perform and whereof human life ~consists, for 49 2, 56 | as its object, knowledge ~whereof belongs to the intellect. 50 2, 61 | dispensation of ~spiritual goods, whereof the ecclesiastical superior 51 2, 70 | is done by sins of deed, whereof we have spoken above ~(Q[ 52 2, 72 | Again, a man's good name whereof backbiting deprives him, 53 2, 86 | has given man is liberty ~whereof he seems to be deprived 54 2, 96 | truth). "This is the evil whereof Our Lord says (Mt. ~5:37): 55 2, 98 | movements of the heart, whereof God alone is the judge. 56 2, 116 | connection with possessions whereof we are absolute masters, ~ 57 2, 145 | quarter of ~the year (in sign whereof our Lord fed four thousand 58 2, 155 | 120]]] to legal justice, whereof severity is a part, as regards ~ 59 2, 176 | supernaturally; the cause whereof is the divine omnipotence 60 2, 179 | consideration and love ~whereof he delights. Hence Augustine 61 2, 180 | consists chiefly in charity, whereof external labor borne for 62 2, 185 | fulfil ecclesiastical duties, whereof teaching and preaching are 63 3, 4 | one by position or order, ~whereof very many parts are not 64 3, 13 | with an infinite might whereof the creature is not capable. 65 3, 15 | belong to human nature, whereof God is the cause; but ~rather 66 3, 52 | Christ's Passion, in virtue whereof Christ's descent into hell ~ 67 3, 57 | you also may be." In sign whereof He took to heaven the souls 68 3, 59 | wicked angels: in token whereof it is said in the Apocalypse ~( 69 3, 59 | whom we speak" [Douay: 'whereof we speak'] [*The words ~" 70 3, 73 | likeness of the reality whereof it is the sacrament. ~Therefore 71 3, 75 | follows a subject, by reason whereof we ~say that "a white thing 72 3, 79 | Christ's Passion, in virtue whereof this sacrament is ~accomplished, 73 3, 79 | called ~"Viaticum," a figure whereof we read in 3 Kgs. 19:8: " 74 3, 83 | the names of the things whereof they ~are the images; as 75 Suppl, 6 | On the contrary, Penance, whereof confession is a part, is 76 Suppl, 69| bodies assigned to them whereof they be the ~forms or determinate 77 Suppl, 69| reckoned among the abodes whereof we are treating ~now.~Aquin.: 78 Suppl, 70| that ~certain operations, whereof the soul's powers are the 79 Suppl, 71| communion of civic deeds whereof the ~Philosopher speaks, 80 Suppl, 72| engulf the four elements whereof the world consists: yet 81 Suppl, 72| is a movement or action whereof nature is neither the ~principle 82 Suppl, 72| Again, there is a movement ~whereof nature is both principle 83 Suppl, 72| there is another movement whereof nature is the ~term, but 84 Suppl, 74| number of years. The reason whereof is because the ~preaching 85 Suppl, 77| is possible for the seed ~whereof the child is begotten to 86 Suppl, 77| not changed into the seed whereof the ~child is begotten. 87 Suppl, 78| aforesaid quantity: the measure whereof is gauged according to the ~ 88 Suppl, 78| species, the different degrees whereof are filled by this very 89 Suppl, 83| composed of the contraries whereof ~they are composed even 90 Suppl, 85| power of action on others whereof they ~are the cause, and 91 Suppl, 94| from their ~end, the desire whereof is in them by nature. Wherefore, 92 Suppl, 95| the necessity of sinning whereof we are ourselves the cause, 93 Suppl, 95| so far as the ~movement whereof it is the measure is the 94 Suppl, 96| this is the meat and drink ~whereof Christians partake in common.


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