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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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moment

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | permanent things, and as a moment in ~succession; and this 2 1, 42 | begotten, or there is some moment in which He is begotten. ~ 3 1, 42 | admitted. Thus there is a ~moment to be assigned for the begetting 4 1, 42 | the Son, and before that ~moment the Son did not exist.~Aquin.: 5 1, 43 | mission was sent at the first moment of ~His conception; but 6 1, 43 | particular time, but at the first moment of His ~conception. The 7 1, 46 | But we hold that from the moment that movable things began 8 1, 46 | necessary that any given moment in ~movement be a beginning 9 1, 63 | instant. ~But at the same moment that light was made, it 10 1, 64 | and most of all from the moment when they were beatified 11 1, 68 | existence, ~we cannot for a moment doubt that they are there." 12 1, 73 | Christ Himself, ~at the moment of His death, cried out, " 13 1, 42 | begotten, or there is some moment in which He is begotten. ~ 14 1, 42 | admitted. Thus there is a ~moment to be assigned for the begetting 15 1, 42 | the Son, and before that ~moment the Son did not exist.~Aquin.: 16 1, 43 | mission was sent at the first moment of ~His conception; but 17 1, 43 | particular time, but at the first moment of His ~conception. The 18 1, 47 | But we hold that from the moment that movable things began 19 1, 47 | necessary that any given moment in ~movement be a beginning 20 1, 64 | instant. ~But at the same moment that light was made, it 21 1, 65 | and most of all from the moment when they were beatified 22 1, 69 | existence, ~we cannot for a moment doubt that they are there." 23 1, 72 | Christ Himself, ~at the moment of His death, cried out, " 24 1, 94 | receive grace in the first moment of his creation.~Aquin.: 25 1, 94 | grace even in the first ~moment of his existence.~Aquin.: 26 1, 100 | perfect use of reason at the moment of ~birth?~Aquin.: SMT FP 27 1, 103 | God, so that not for a ~moment could it subsist, but would 28 1, 103 | to be ~lit up, even for a moment, when the sun ceases to 29 1, 112 | appointed to guard men ~from the moment of their birth.~Aquin.: 30 1, 112 | Wherefore from the very moment ~of his birth man has an 31 2, 3 | would have it from the very moment that he wished for it. But 32 2, 3 | wished for it. But at the ~moment it is far from him; and 33 2, 29 | felt so keenly as in the ~moment of receiving it. Hence the 34 2, 37 | Ethic. vii, 11 that "in the ~moment of sexual pleasure, a man 35 2, 72 | special sense, because at the moment of sinning it ~can think 36 2, 77 | ready to consider at any moment. ~Sometimes man fails to 37 2, 78 | evil at ~this particular moment, as when he sins through 38 2, 87 | murder is ~committed in a moment does not call for a momentary 39 2, 17 | comprehensor from the first moment of His conception. Now He 40 2, 19 | himself at this particular moment, has a ~corrupt estimate 41 2, 23 | was created at that very moment; which magnitude, though 42 2, 24 | beloved, wherefore from the moment a man loves, he ~loves himself 43 2, 35 | vainglory. And since in every moment the term ~"whither" is more 44 2, 86 | deemed holy ~from the very moment that it was the subject 45 2, 151 | of the prophets, for the moment, insensible ~to the spirit 46 2, 154 | is enduring. But for the moment it is more ~difficult to 47 2, 158 | some matter of very great moment, there ~must needs be another 48 2, 161 | to sin and is of greater moment: hence a sin is said to 49 2, 166 | things of the ~greatest moment, according to Prov. 8:6, " 50 2, 166 | occupations of greater gravity and moment."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] 51 2, 172 | a comprehensor from the moment of His ~conception; and 52 2, 184 | become perfect at the very moment of giving his goods to the 53 2, 184 | be intercepted for the ~moment, it is easily restored to 54 2, 187 | we delay not even for a moment."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 55 3, 7 | faith. Now from ~the first moment of His conception Christ 56 3, 26 | the soul at the ~moment of union with the body was 57 3, 27 | reason from the very first moment of her ~existence in her 58 3, 30 | consideration of a matter of such ~moment. This he did by greeting 59 3, 33 | steadfastly, and doubt not for a moment that Christ's ~flesh was 60 3, 33 | clear. For in the ~same moment that this flesh began to 61 3, 34 | which man has at the first moment of his creation, in ~the 62 3, 43 | Divine power from the first moment of His conception; for ~ 63 3, 44 | suffer grievously for the moment; yet did He release ~him 64 3, 44 | measured from the first moment of occultation of the sun ~ 65 3, 44 | occultation of the sun ~to the moment when the sun had completely 66 3, 45 | which He had from the first moment of His ~conception, but 67 3, 45 | His body from the ~first moment of Christ's conception was 68 3, 47 | nature, so that at the last moment He was able to cry out with 69 3, 69 | the very last hour and moment preceding Baptism, the very 70 3, 69 | preceding Baptism, the very moment of ~Baptism. But from that 71 3, 69 | Baptism. But from that moment forward he is bound by his 72 3, 75 | which change is excluded the moment we admit either annihilation 73 3, 80 | devotion is called for at the moment of ~receiving this sacrament, 74 3, 81 | or consecrated at ~the moment of Christ's death by one 75 3, 81 | reserved in a pyx at the ~moment of Christ's death, or had 76 Suppl, 25| those who are living at this moment: and this is especially 77 Suppl, 37| imprinted on the priest ~at the moment when the chalice is handed 78 Suppl, 37| character is imprinted at the moment of anointing; and therefore 79 Suppl, 37| of order is given at the moment of the imposition ~of hands.~ 80 Suppl, 37| imprinted ~on the priest at the moment of the handing of the chalice, 81 Suppl, 41| since, ~although for the moment man is not being directed, 82 Suppl, 67| Church. Hence, from the moment it was ~made a sacrament 83 Suppl, 67| others say that ~from the moment that she was put away she 84 Suppl, 68| be legitimized from the moment that it was once ~illegitimate. 85 Suppl, 72| in respect of the very ~moment of Christ's coming, it is 86 Suppl, 72| have done its work in a moment as it ~were. Yet there will 87 Suppl, 73| our bodies." Now from the moment that a power is given to 88 Suppl, 74| indeed ~rise again . . . in a moment, in the twinkling of an 89 Suppl, 85| will be judged at the same ~moment." But if each one's merits 90 Suppl, 85| not be judged at the same moment. Therefore it would seem ~ 91 Suppl, 93| had no aureole ~from the moment of His conception, since 92 Appen1, 2| as obtains at the ~last moment of life, does not remove


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