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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 62 | natural ~capacities?~(7) After entering glory, did their natural 2 1, 62 | sinned afterwards?~(9) After entering into glory, could they advance 3 1, 62 | if he had no grace before entering upon beatitude, it would 4 1, 63 | natural ~capacities?~(7) After entering glory, did their natural 5 1, 63 | sinned afterwards?~(9) After entering into glory, could they advance 6 1, 63 | if he had no grace before entering upon beatitude, it would 7 1, 83 | bodies we think of and entering into our souls," as Augustine 8 2, 39 | sorrow, and so, instead of entering into the rest of the ~blessed, 9 2, 100 | they think they can get by entering into a compact with the 10 2, 102 | perfection consists in his entering into ~that (higher) world: 11 2, 102 | signified by the high-priest ~entering alone, once a year, into 12 2, 102 | denoted by the priests entering the temple, might ~grasp 13 2, 102 | their hands and feet before entering ~the temple; and that He 14 2, 105 | all alike were allowed on entering a friend's ~vineyard to 15 2, 105 | be ~lawful for a man, on entering his neighbor's vineyard, 16 2, 106 | brethren, a confidence in the entering into the Holies by the blood 17 2, 24 | and they take pleasure in entering into their own hearts, ~ 18 2, 24 | in their own ~company by entering into their own hearts, because 19 2, 30 | of life, for instance, by entering religion, for ~then he gives 20 2, 30 | alms, they ~would lose by entering the state of religion, for 21 2, 86 | superior prelate. Now by entering religion one ~is absolved 22 2, 86 | in the world, because by entering religion he dies to his 23 2, 93 | divinations, since they consist in entering into compact with the ~demons 24 2, 98 | receive anything as price for ~entering a monastery: but, in the 25 2, 109 | with the ~intention of entering the state of perfection, 26 2, 182 | surrender it - either by entering ~religion, even without 27 2, 182 | if a man avoid dangers by entering ~religion; hence he does 28 2, 184 | preventing the good desire from entering into ~the heart, they destroy 29 2, 187 | should be withheld from entering religion through ~deference 30 2, 187 | commandments in the world before entering ~religion; especially as 31 2, 187 | under an ~obligation of entering religion?~Aquin.: SMT SS 32 2, 187 | not under an obligation of entering religion. For it is said 33 2, 187 | bound to keep one's vow of entering religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 187 | to the divine service by entering ~religion, for this surpasses 35 2, 187 | Fathers (vi, 1) that by ~entering religion one receives the 36 2, 187 | religion than to leave after entering, according to 2 Pt. 2:21, " 37 2, 187 | others. Now by leaving after entering ~religion a man gives a 38 2, 187 | are thereby withdrawn from entering or incited to leave. ~Therefore 39 2, 187 | vowing he thought merely of entering religion, without thinking 40 2, 187 | ought to be withdrawn from entering religion through ~deference 41 2, 187 | ought to be withdrawn from entering ~religion through deference 42 2, 187 | parents for the sake ~of entering religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 187 | he can fulfil the vow by entering religion. ~Therefore if 44 2, 187 | simple vow he has taken on entering ~a more severe order.~Aquin.: 45 2, 187 | sometimes a man's purpose of entering religion is ~not of God, 46 2, 187 | searching inquiry before entering religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 47 2, 187 | fixed. Now with ~regard to entering religion three points may 48 2, 187 | may ~consider the way of entering religion, and which order 49 2, 187 | but that the ~purpose of entering religion to which his heart 50 2, 187 | Hence the ~purpose of entering religion needs not to be 51 2, 187 | attain to perfection by entering religion is shown by many 52 3, 13 | written (Mk. 7:24) that ~"entering into a house, He would that 53 3, 22 | Having'] a confidence in the entering into the Holies" (i.e. the ~ 54 3, 27 | sin could hinder her ~from entering the heavenly kingdom. If 55 3, 27 | therefore a confidence in the entering ~into the Holies by His 56 3, 28 | xxvi in Evang.], that by entering after His Resurrection where 57 3, 32 | to His body, the ~Godhead entering instead of the seed." And 58 3, 39 | Having'] a confidence ~in the entering into the holies by the blood 59 3, 39 | souls of the departed from entering into heaven were entirely 60 3, 47 | through which the shower is entering: and in this way ~Christ 61 3, 49 | reward of justice is the ~entering into the kingdom of heaven. 62 3, 49 | justice, obtained by faith the entering into ~the heavenly kingdom 63 3, 49 | having a'] confidence in the entering into the Holies" - that ~ 64 3, 49 | which hinders ~men from entering in. But it is on account 65 3, 49 | men were prevented ~from entering into the heavenly kingdom, 66 3, 49 | which prevents men from entering into the ~kingdom of heaven. 67 3, 55 | glory of His Resurrection by entering ~in among them when the 68 3, 57 | Having'] confidence in the ~entering into the holies by" His " 69 3, 69 | obstacle that prevents one from entering therein. Now this obstacle ~ 70 3, 73 | salvation; for ~there is no entering into salvation outside the 71 3, 74 | sacrament, which is the entering ~into everlasting life: 72 3, 78 | Having confidence in the entering into the ~holies by the 73 3, 80 | we do not read ~of Christ entering his house, it seems to be 74 3, 83 | with probability, that by entering a consecrated ~church one 75 3, 83 | bishop hinder no one from entering the church, and hearing 76 Suppl, 10| punishment prevent a man from ~entering into Paradise: and since 77 Suppl, 17| of some obstacle against ~entering therein, which is in himself. 78 Suppl, 17| which debt prevents man from entering the kingdom ~Consequently 79 Suppl, 20| kind of obstacle ~against entering into heaven. Therefore if 80 Suppl, 32| sacrament of those who are entering this ~life. Now Baptism 81 Suppl, 32| OBJ 2: Even those who are entering into life cannot receive ~ 82 Suppl, 32| life than to those who are entering therein. Now those ~who 83 Suppl, 32| therein. Now those ~who are entering are anointed with chrism 84 Suppl, 37| power to debar others from entering the Church, even as ~Christ 85 Suppl, 49| pleasure is debarred from entering the Church, as though he 86 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: By entering religion or receiving orders 87 Suppl, 61| dissolved by one of them entering religion.~Aquin.: SMT XP 88 Suppl, 61| by carnal death, so by entering religion the bond which 89 Suppl, 61| deliberate meanwhile about entering religion; ~secondly, to 90 Suppl, 61| 1~OBJ 2: Further, after entering religion and before making 91 Suppl, 61| account of her husband ~entering religion, and consequently 92 Suppl, 61| husband's spiritual death by entering religion, she can marry 93 Suppl, 61| accounted dead to the world by entering ~religion until he makes


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