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obsessed 1
obsolete 2
obstacle 218
obstacles 92
obstinacy 33
obstinate 51
obstinately 10
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92 involuntary
92 martyrs
92 moment
92 obstacles
92 perfections
92 presupposed
92 superiors
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obstacles

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | them form, ~or removing obstacles from their way. They do 2 1, 48 | these sins, indeed, are like obstacles interposed between ~us and 3 1, 68 | ridicule of unbelievers, and obstacles be ~placed to their believing.~ 4 1, 49 | these sins, indeed, are like obstacles interposed between ~us and 5 1, 69 | ridicule of unbelievers, and obstacles be ~placed to their believing.~ 6 1, 80 | overcome and rise above ~obstacles. Now these two are not to 7 1, 80 | appetite, it may fight against obstacles. ~Wherefore also the passions 8 1, 114 | must needs be hindered by ~obstacles in the organs; thus an eye 9 2, 14 | be done, but how to avoid obstacles. But every human action 10 2, 14 | the inquiry about removing obstacles can go on indefinitely.~ 11 2, 19 | Secondly, on account of ~the obstacles that may supervene in regard 12 2, 19 | exterior action, which ~obstacles we are unable to remove: 13 2, 19 | to ~Rome, and encounters obstacles, which prevent him from 14 2, 23 | in order to remove the obstacles that hinder the ~concupiscible 15 2, 25 | purposed of ~removing the obstacles that hinder the concupiscible 16 2, 32 | pleasure, but by removing ~the obstacles to our natural aptitude.~ 17 2, 40 | nor had experience of ~obstacles to their efforts, are prone 18 2, 40 | through inexperience of obstacles and of their own ~shortcomings, 19 2, 53 | diminution, by removing the obstacles, thereto, as ~explained 20 2, 85 | diminished indefinitely, because obstacles can be placed ~indefinitely, 21 2, 85 | diminution is made by raising obstacles, and ~this neither diminishes 22 2, 94 | and of warding off its obstacles, belongs to the ~natural 23 2, 94 | rectitude, by reason of certain obstacles (just as ~natures subject 24 2, 2 | unseen. ~But they remove obstacles to faith, by showing that 25 2, 4 | in so far as they remove obstacles to belief. Thus ~fortitude 26 2, 28 | as ~justice removes the obstacles to peace: but it is the 27 2, 46 | circumspection"; thirdly, to ~avoid obstacles, and this belongs to "caution."~ 28 2, 81 | accidentally by the removal of obstacles. ~Now there are three obstacles 29 2, 81 | obstacles. ~Now there are three obstacles to our attainment of beatitude. 30 2, 103 | is one that removes the ~obstacles of sin, as stated above ( 31 2, 108 | 1), did not lie, because obstacles had arisen which prevented ~ 32 2, 119 | as meekness ~removes the obstacles to acts of piety.~Aquin.: 33 2, 119 | in so far as it removes ~obstacles to acts of piety, as stated 34 2, 120 | first place contraries and obstacles have to be removed. Thus 35 2, 120 | religion, so as ~to remove the obstacles to true religion. Now the 36 2, 120 | that by their means the ~obstacles to religion might be removed. 37 2, 120 | generation, negation, whereby ~obstacles are removed, comes first, 38 2, 120 | is necessary ~to remove obstacles to true religion before 39 2, 120 | 1/1~I answer that, The obstacles to true religion being removed 40 2, 121 | thirdly, by removing the obstacles to the establishment of 41 2, 121 | overcomes and removes bodily obstacles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 42 2, 121 | safeguarding it by removing obstacles thereto. Wherefore among 43 2, 126 | on account of ~any other obstacles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[128] A[ 44 2, 132 | gifts and expenditure), the obstacles to which ~are removed by 45 2, 134 | withdraw him from greater obstacles to ~good.~Aquin.: SMT SS 46 2, 134 | because it removes their obstacles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[136] A[ 47 2, 135 | which arises from external obstacles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 48 2, 135 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: External obstacles to persistence in good are 49 2, 145 | Hence there may ~be certain obstacles on account of which certain 50 2, 147 | and from others as being obstacles to perfection. It is in 51 2, 155 | actions, and are likewise obstacles thereto. Wherefore virtues 52 2, 156 | accidentally, ~that is by removing obstacles, to wit by hindering the 53 2, 159 | First by way of removing ~obstacles: and thus humility holds 54 2, 162 | was useless to put other obstacles ~in the way lest man should 55 2, 162 | innocence, it was fitting ~that obstacles should be placed against 56 2, 162 | thy life." Thirdly, by the obstacles encountered by the tillers ~ 57 2, 168 | forbidden in order that ~obstacles to virtue may be removed. 58 2, 175 | directly, but only ~remove the obstacles thereto. For sanctifying 59 2, 175 | which, however, remove the obstacles to grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 182 | regards the ~removal of obstacles to the movement of love 61 2, 182 | that results from ~outward obstacles sometimes lessens the perfection 62 2, 182 | as to wish to avoid the ~obstacles to virtue, according to 63 2, 182 | difficulty resulting from obstacles to virtue, which obstacles ~ 64 2, 182 | obstacles to virtue, which obstacles ~the religious has had the 65 2, 184 | certain exercises, whereby the obstacles to ~perfect charity are 66 2, 184 | removed. By the removal of the obstacles of perfect ~charity, much 67 2, 184 | operation; in fact they are obstacles to his ~contemplation."~ 68 2, 185 | belongs to religious to avoid obstacles to virtue and ~occasions 69 2, 186 | indirectly, by removing ~the obstacles to contemplation, namely 70 2, 186 | riches we remove certain ~obstacles to charity; and these are 71 2, 187 | through the removal of the obstacles to perfect charity ~by religious 72 2, 187 | religious observances; and these obstacles are those things which ~ 73 2, 187 | state, while removing the obstacles to perfect charity, remove ~ 74 3, 39 | us to understand that the obstacles which had hitherto hindered 75 3, 48 | our side there were some obstacles, whereby we ~were hindered 76 3, 50 | relation to the removal of the obstacles to our salvation: and these ~ 77 3, 52 | hell" are understood the ~obstacles which kept the holy Fathers 78 3, 65 | sacraments: either by removing obstacles. thus holy water is ordained ~ 79 3, 71 | wisely, first removes the ~obstacles to his work; hence it is 80 3, 71 | to the devil not placing obstacles against the ~reception of 81 3, 79 | recipients? ~(8) Of the obstacles to the effect of this sacrament.~ 82 3, 87 | forward, or of removing the obstacles to spiritual progress, such 83 Suppl, 4 | wayfarer, one detests the ~obstacles which retard or hinder one 84 Suppl, 10| confession removes these obstacles, as ~shown above (AA[1], 85 Suppl, 19| sin and thus removing the obstacles to the ~entrance into heaven; 86 Suppl, 50| a thing is the fewer its obstacles. Now ~matrimony is the least 87 Suppl, 52| in ~these there are many obstacles to generation that are not 88 Suppl, 59| children." Now these become obstacles to us by any kind of ~sin. 89 Suppl, 60| reason it has raised ~certain obstacles to prevent the husband from 90 Suppl, 79| having more and greater obstacles to light.~Aquin.: SMT XP 91 Suppl, 92| but the ~removal of the obstacles which made it impossible 92 Suppl, 92| forth, thus removing the obstacles which result in our being ~


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