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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 76 | of the bodies, the souls retain their ~multiplied being.~ 2 1, 75 | of the bodies, the souls retain their ~multiplied being.~ 3 1, 77 | them, but it must also retain and preserve them. Now to 4 1, 77 | them. Now to receive and ~retain are, in corporeal things, 5 1, 77 | are apt to receive, but retain with difficulty, while it 6 1, 78 | nature of a ~passive power to retain as well as to receive.~Aquin.: 7 1, 83 | only does the imagination retain its ~freedom, but also the 8 1, 88 | the separated soul cannot retain an act of knowledge here 9 1, 103 | form of fire, it would retain that form always; whereas 10 1, 106 | is in the will, which can retain the mental concept within, 11 1, 118 | solution, ~if it does not retain the nature of the member 12 2, 4 | to it, though it does not retain that natural perfection ~ 13 2, 4 | is said to be white, can ~retain their whiteness, even after 14 2, 6 | incontinent man, does not retain his former will ~whereby 15 2, 27 | on us; and also those who retain their ~friendship for the 16 2, 37 | his love, the more will he retain the intention of ~his mind 17 2, 46 | bitter], because they retain their anger for a long time; 18 2, 67 | its matter: for a man may retain the habit of liberality, 19 2, 71 | xii): "Sin is the will to ~retain or obtain what justice forbids." 20 2, 102 | willows of the brook," which retain their greenness a ~long 21 2, 104 | not set aside, but still retain their efficacy.~Aquin.: 22 2, 104 | precepts established by men retain their ~binding force for 23 2, 9 | which fall short of this, retain ~the common name, and are 24 2, 12 | Now those who are in hell ~retain their wicked will which 25 2, 23 | that the latter does not retain the potentiality to another ~ 26 2, 23 | commit a mortal sin, and yet retain the love of God ~and one' 27 2, 24 | life, men who are in sin retain the possibility of ~obtaining 28 2, 30 | the same reason a man may retain what belongs to ~another, 29 2, 37 | have some power since they retain their Orders.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 40 | of the multitude seeks to retain the ~tyrant, while the rest 31 2, 47 | whatever a man ~wishes to retain in his memory he must carefully 32 2, 53 | to take possession of or retain external things unjustly. ~ 33 2, 60 | in receiving, he must not retain the ~price, but must use 34 2, 98 | Prelates also at times retain for themselves the revenues 35 2, 98 | decide, for some reason, to retain part of the revenues of ~ 36 2, 98 | dignity is much less than to ~retain that which one has already 37 2, 98 | that, No one can lawfully retain that which he has acquired ~ 38 2, 98 | recipient could not lawfully retain what he received. Now Our 39 2, 98 | remuneration cannot lawfully retain them. Moreover, those ~who 40 2, 98 | him after doing penance to retain his order in ~some other 41 2, 116 | should neither take nor retain another's property. But ~ 42 2, 150 | that a virgin must always ~retain this meditation actually, 43 2, 154 | because such people do not retain the judgment of ~reason, 44 2, 182 | obligation of a perpetual vow to retain ~the cure of souls; but 45 2, 183 | wherefore he is bound to retain the pastoral cure so long 46 2, 184 | that those do better who retain the ~use of their possessions, 47 2, 187 | and that he be allowed to retain them in peace." Now this 48 2, 187 | perpetual and solemn vow to retain the cure of souls. Wherefore 49 2, 187 | subjects, as long as they retain their archdeaconry or ~parish, 50 2, 187 | did not bind themselves to retain their archdeaconry or ~parish 51 3, 7 | the extent of ~wishing to retain it, so as to forego what 52 3, 8 | Foundation." Now Christ did not retain ~for Himself alone the name 53 3, 8 | it seems ~that He did not retain the name of Head for Himself 54 3, 43 | in such a way that they retain their power over the soul: ~ 55 3, 77 | action. Consequently they retain every action which ~they 56 3, 77 | existing ~without matter, still retain the same being which they 57 3, 77 | the sacramental ~species retain the same being as they had 58 3, 77 | those sacramental species retain without a ~subject, the 59 3, 77 | as to the species, which retain the name of ~the previous 60 3, 77 | remaining accidents ~of the wine retain the action of substance, 61 3, 78 | The term "whence" does not retain the nature of its ~substance 62 3, 89 | clerical duties, or to ~retain them the intention was not 63 Suppl, 11| latter, if he suffers him to retain his priorship, wherefore 64 Suppl, 38| he does not necessarily retain the episcopal ~power after 65 Suppl, 38| tolerated by the Church, retain the power to ordain, but 66 Suppl, 38| episcopal power in the Church, retain the power to ordain and 67 Suppl, 38| were ordained in the Church retain the power they received, 68 Suppl, 40| would not be so were he to retain his patrimony. Therefore 69 Suppl, 40| Therefore clerics can ~retain their patrimony.~Aquin.: 70 Suppl, 57| father and his wife always retain a certain authority over 71 Suppl, 59| after his conversion he can retain ~several wives.~Aquin.: 72 Suppl, 62| reason which forbade him to retain her while she refused to 73 Suppl, 72| consequently, ~although they retain the love of charity towards 74 Suppl, 72| but that two of them will retain ~their respective substantial 75 Suppl, 72| fire and water, will not retain their substantial form but ~ 76 Suppl, 72| heaven"; although air will retain ~the same substantial form 77 Suppl, 72| mixed body the elements retain ~their substantial form 78 Suppl, 75| human body is dissolved retain more ~light, through having 79 Suppl, 76| of its ~parts would not retain their former names in the 80 Suppl, 76| that even the parts ~will retain their position at the resurrection, 81 Suppl, 79| Consequently those bodies will retain substantially the same potentiality ~ 82 Suppl, 80| be together unless each retain its distinct ~being which 83 Suppl, 80| is possible for a body to retain its distinct being from ~ 84 Suppl, 81| without which one ~cannot retain one's being or one's perfection: 85 Suppl, 82| Wherefore the body will retain the color due to it by reason ~ 86 Suppl, 84| s conscience must needs retain all the works he has ~done, 87 Suppl, 86| martyrdom do not dispose man to retain the ~precepts of Divine 88 Suppl, 92| belongs to the memory to retain knowledge. ~Consequently 89 Suppl, 93| the aureole, ~provided she retain unfailingly the purpose 90 Suppl, 93| but only to ~those who retain the purpose of remaining


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