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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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passed

   Part, Question
1 1, 45 | trace shows that someone has passed by but not ~who it is. Other 2 1, 46 | number of days which can be passed through. The objection is ~ 3 1, 61 | that the angels were ~not passed over in that account of 4 1, 61 | And they were either ~passed over, or else designated 5 1, 62 | obstacle within him, he passed at once into beatitude by 6 1, 64 | that the same judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked 7 1, 67 | could not have ~fittingly passed over the production of the 8 1, 67 | or angelic ~creation is passed over, as created beforehand.~ 9 1, 46 | trace shows that someone has passed by but not ~who it is. Other 10 1, 47 | number of days which can be passed through. The objection is ~ 11 1, 62 | that the angels were ~not passed over in that account of 12 1, 62 | And they were either ~passed over, or else designated 13 1, 63 | obstacle within him, he passed at once into beatitude by 14 1, 65 | that the same judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked 15 1, 68 | could not have ~fittingly passed over the production of the 16 1, 68 | or angelic ~creation is passed over, as created beforehand.~ 17 1, 105 | command of the president is passed over from obedience to the 18 1, 105 | spiritual substances is never passed over by God; so ~that the 19 2, 7 | word "circumstance" has passed from ~located things to 20 2, 13 | scent whether the ~stag has passed by the first or the second 21 2, 13 | find that the ~stag has not passed there, being thus assured, 22 2, 13 | that the stag must have passed by this way, since he ~did 23 2, 32 | of that which has already passed ~away.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 24 2, 50 | to speak), they have then passed into the first ~species 25 2, 74 | which the reason has already passed its judgment. Hence consent 26 2, 76 | Although when the guilt has passed away through repentance, ~ 27 2, 81 | culpable defect of the soul is passed on to the ~child, through 28 2, 81 | says (Rm. 5:12): "Death passed upon all men ~in whom all 29 2, 86 | remain when the ~body has passed by. Therefore the stain 30 2, 86 | the interposed body has passed by, the transparent ~body 31 2, 87 | 2~I answer that, It has passed from natural things to human 32 2, 95 | are accidental should be passed over. ~But it is accidental 33 2, 102 | the priestly ~dignity was passed on from father to son. Again, 34 2, 105 | First, when foreigners passed through ~their land as travelers. 35 2, 12 | sentence of ~excommunication is passed on a man on account of apostasy 36 2, 22 | We know ~that we have passed from death to life, because 37 2, 23 | continual ~alteration, be passed, either so that whiteness 38 2, 34 | 14: "We know that we have passed ~from death to life, because 39 2, 58 | they are established and passed, the judges may judge no 40 2, 60 | Further, that which has passed away and is no more cannot 41 2, 60 | term "commutation" has ~passed from such like things to 42 2, 60 | has it, through its having passed into another's hands. ~Therefore 43 2, 68 | on ~which judgments are passed and evidence required, it 44 2, 81 | is written that our Lord passed the whole ~night in prayer, 45 2, 145 | Rm. 13:12, "The night is passed and the day is at hand." 46 2, 154 | soon as the passion has ~passed; but not so the intemperate 47 2, 178 | Job 4:15, "When a ~spirit passed before me," says (Moral. 48 2, 186 | mountain to pray; and He passed the whole night in the prayer 49 2, 187 | and nothing whatever hath passed ~thence to them. And thus 50 2, 187 | however, the ~child has passed the age of puberty, his 51 2, 187 | of himself that he had ~passed from the solitary life, 52 3, 5 | Son of God in taking flesh passed over the soul, ~either He 53 3, 11 | the infinite ~cannot be passed over by enumeration. Therefore 54 3, 13 | mountain to ~pray, and He passed the whole night in the prayer 55 3, 21 | into a mountain, and He passed the whole night in ~the 56 3, 22 | great high-priest that hath passed into the heavens, Jesus, ~ 57 3, 29 | the vigor of manhood He passed through the closed ~doors. 58 3, 36 | cxxxvii): "If He had ~not passed through the different stages 59 3, 36 | OBJ 3: For judgment to be passed, the authority of the judge 60 3, 40 | mountain to pray; and He passed the whole ~night in the 61 3, 43 | would do? ~That, as they passed by, their very shadow healed 62 3, 44 | case the moon had already passed the sun, ~and was distant 63 3, 44 | were threatening Him, He ~passed through the midst of them."~ 64 3, 47 | of Jews, Christ's Passion passed on to the Gentiles. ~Consequently 65 3, 55 | was really masticated and passed into ~the interior of the 66 3, 59 | to which the judgment is passed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 67 3, 59 | that, Judgment cannot be passed perfectly upon any changeable ~ 68 3, 59 | perfect ~judgment cannot be passed upon any man before the 69 3, 68 | the ban ~of death, which "passed upon all" on account of 70 3, 77 | of the bread and wine has passed into the body and blood 71 3, 77 | now that the substance has passed away.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 72 3, 78 | were the other words to be passed over, the ~said words would 73 3, 80 | receiving it, since they have passed through the fire ~unscorched."~ 74 3, 89 | deemed such works to have passed away, so that they could 75 Suppl, 8 | the ~cause for urgency has passed. Therefore confession should 76 Suppl, 21| through the sentence being passed without the forms of law 77 Suppl, 22| of excommunication can be passed on a body of men?~Aquin.: 78 Suppl, 22| of excommunication can be passed on a ~body of men. Because 79 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship ~passed from husband to wife, it 80 Suppl, 56| there would be degrees if it passed from father to son, ~since 81 Suppl, 72| and the ~first earth have passed away and the sea is no more." 82 Suppl, 76| of reason: wherefore it passed after death from ~the body 83 Suppl, 77| occupied by the part that has passed away: although it may be ~ 84 Suppl, 78| for past time not to have passed. Therefore it is ~impossible 85 Suppl, 83| or corrupt life, nor one passed in sorrow." Accordingly 86 Suppl, 83| but not the life that is passed in sorrows, ~so too death, 87 Suppl, 83| life, and of such as is passed in sorrow, it is ~a remedy 88 Suppl, 85| The other judgment will be passed on him ~as a part of the 89 Suppl, 86| sentence of death will not be passed on them without a ~discussion 90 Suppl, 86| condemnation which will ~be passed on them all will be terrible


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