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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wayfarer

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | being at the same time a wayfarer and a comprehensor; like ~ 2 1, 63 | being at the same time a wayfarer and a comprehensor; like ~ 3 1, 112 | man as long as ~he is a wayfarer. When, however, he arrives 4 1, 112 | passible body, He ~was a wayfarer. In this latter respect 5 2, 67 | Now the charity of the wayfarer is imperfect. Therefore 6 2, 67 | But the charity of the wayfarer can ~never attain to equality 7 2, 67 | that the charity of the wayfarer does not ~remain in heaven.~ 8 2, 67 | were, ~the charity of the wayfarer would not be the same as 9 2, 67 | reason why charity of the wayfarer cannot attain to the ~perfection 10 2, 69 | at perfection, both as a wayfarer, and as ~a citizen of the 11 2, 113 | we ~attain the grace of a wayfarer. Now by glorification we 12 2, 114 | charity or love of the wayfarer, even as it exceeds nature. 13 2, 114 | but perseverance of the wayfarer does not fall under merit, 14 2, 114 | the perseverance of the wayfarer, for ~the reason given in 15 2, 1 | Therefore the faith of the wayfarer is also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 16 2, 1 | even in the state of a ~wayfarer, is, for another man, an 17 2, 9 | regard to the beatitude of a wayfarer. Hence ~beatitude relating 18 2, 12 | belong to the state of a wayfarer, ~wherefore good is meritorious 19 2, 13 | Now, so long as man is a wayfarer, he can fall away from any 20 2, 16 | that it be possible for a wayfarer to know its nature ~and 21 2, 17 | certainty in the hope of the wayfarer?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 22 2, 17 | was, at the same time, a ~wayfarer, as regards the passibility 23 2, 17 | certainty in the hope of a wayfarer?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 24 2, 17 | certainty in the hope of a ~wayfarer. For hope resides in the 25 2, 17 | certainty in the hope of a wayfarer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 26 2, 17 | fail. Now ~many a hopeful wayfarer fails to obtain happiness. 27 2, 17 | obtain happiness. Therefore wayfarer's ~hope has no certainty.~ 28 2, 19 | it ~would be no sin for a wayfarer to despair of obtaining 29 2, 23 | Whether the charity of a wayfarer can be perfect?~(9) Of the 30 2, 23 | answer that, The charity of a wayfarer can increase. For we are 31 2, 23 | essential to the charity of a wayfarer that it can increase, for 32 2, 23 | if the charity of the wayfarer can increase indefinitely, 33 2, 23 | is ~absurd. Therefore the wayfarer's charity cannot increase 34 2, 23 | destination." ~Therefore the wayfarer's charity can ever increase 35 2, 23 | he is in the state of the wayfarer. For charity itself ~considered 36 2, 23 | superficies. Now the quantity of a wayfarer's charity which follows 37 2, 23 | charity that is possible to a ~wayfarer; but is not common to all 38 2, 23 | that "he was a perfect ~wayfarer, but had not yet achieved 39 2, 23 | whereas the charity of the wayfarer does not ~so fill the potentiality 40 2, 28 | is ~attainable even by a wayfarer; else Our Lord would vainly 41 2, 28 | imperfect ~peace of the wayfarer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 42 2, 50 | way, and the mind of the wayfarer, in another. ~For God moves 43 2, 50 | God moves the mind of the wayfarer in matters of action, by 44 2, 101 | angel is above any human wayfarer, according to Mt. 11:11, " 45 2, 172 | than the knowledge of the wayfarer, although faith is more ~ 46 2, 172 | same time comprehensor and wayfarer [*Cf. ~TP, QQ[9], seqq.]. 47 2, 172 | comprehensor, but only as a wayfarer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 48 2, 173 | transcends the state of the wayfarer, according to Is. ~64:4, " 49 2, 173 | Further, Christ was truly a wayfarer, and also enjoyed an ~uninterrupted 50 2, 173 | Now in the state of the ~wayfarer it is necessary for man' 51 2, 173 | impossible ~for man while a wayfarer to see God in His essence 52 2, 173 | man. He was, however, a wayfarer on account of the ~passibility 53 2, 173 | still in the state of a wayfarer, but not as ~regards the 54 2, 178 | manner the ~delight of the wayfarer's contemplation is imperfect 55 3, 7 | a "comprehensor," but a "wayfarer." Hence it was ~prophetical 56 3, 7 | a "comprehensor," but a "wayfarer."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[ 57 3, 7 | a "comprehensor" ~and a "wayfarer."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[ 58 3, 7 | Further, the state of the wayfarer seems to be proportioned 59 3, 8 | Christ was ~not merely a wayfarer, but a comprehensor. And 60 3, 11 | Christ was not merely a wayfarer but also a comprehensor; 61 3, 11 | was at the same ~time a wayfarer and a comprehensor, as will 62 3, 11 | had He the conditions of a wayfarer on the part of the ~body, 63 3, 15 | Whether He was at once wayfarer and comprehensor?~Aquin.: 64 3, 15 | Whether Christ was at once a wayfarer and a comprehensor?~Aquin.: 65 3, 15 | Christ was not at once a wayfarer and a ~comprehensor. For 66 3, 15 | comprehensor. For it belongs to a wayfarer to be moving toward the 67 3, 15 | Christ could not be at once wayfarer and ~comprehensor.~Aquin.: 68 3, 15 | Therefore Christ was not a wayfarer but a comprehensor.~Aquin.: 69 3, 15 | comprehensor and nowise a wayfarer, since His mind enjoyed 70 3, 15 | that, A man is called a wayfarer from tending to beatitude, 71 3, 15 | soul, and at the same time ~wayfarer, inasmuch as He was tending 72 3, 18 | at once comprehensor and wayfarer, inasmuch as ~He was enjoying 73 3, 19 | inasmuch as it was that of a wayfarer. For He was at once a wayfarer 74 3, 19 | wayfarer. For He was at once a wayfarer and ~a comprehensor, as 75 3, 19 | since He ~is no longer a wayfarer, He is not in the state 76 3, 30 | because Christ was both wayfarer and ~comprehensor, He did 77 3, 30 | incompatible with her state of wayfarer ~that she should see an 78 3, 34 | But the grace of the "wayfarer," ~being short of that of 79 3, 45 | first, by the grace of the wayfarer, which is imperfect ~conformity; 80 3, 56 | rose He was no longer a wayfarer, and consequently not in 81 3, 63 | soul as long as it is a ~wayfarer is changeable in respect 82 3, 76 | But it can be seen by a ~wayfarer through faith alone, like 83 3, 86 | Nevertheless no sin of a wayfarer can be such ~as that, because 84 Suppl, 4 | For as long as one is a wayfarer, one detests the ~obstacles 85 Suppl, 69| belongs to the state of the wayfarer ~rather than to the state 86 Suppl, 71| profit another while he is a wayfarer, even for acquiring a ~state; 87 Suppl, 91| which is blameworthy in a wayfarer has no place ~whatever in 88 Suppl, 91| most reprehensible in a wayfarer to ~take pleasure in the 89 Suppl, 91| is not praiseworthy in a wayfarer to rejoice in ~another's 90 Suppl, 91| is not the same with a ~wayfarer as with a comprehensor, 91 Suppl, 91| comprehensor, because in a wayfarer the passions often ~forestall 92 Suppl, 96| to men in the state of wayfarer, inasmuch as He had mercy


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