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doubtless 3
doubts 16
dough 1
dove 90
doves 10
dower 1
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90 consecrate
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90 dove
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dove

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | was seen in the shape of a dove, and the voice of the Father ~ 2 1, 43 | upon Him in the shape of a dove.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 3 1, 43 | bodies. But whoever saw the dove and the fire, saw them by 4 1, 43 | it typified; whereas the dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared 5 1, 43 | baptism by the figure of a dove, a fruitful animal, to show 6 1, 43 | upon Him in the shape of a dove.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 7 1, 43 | bodies. But whoever saw the dove and the fire, saw them by 8 1, 43 | it typified; whereas the dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared 9 1, 43 | baptism by the figure of a dove, a fruitful animal, to show 10 2, 102 | the turtledove ~and the dove; but specially, in the cleansing 11 2, 102 | Since then the young of the dove are commanded to be offered, ~ 12 2, 102 | And it is evident that the dove denotes charity and ~simplicity 13 2, 102 | Receptus)]. The turtledove and dove denoted the union of the ~ 14 2, 102 | signified chastity; while the dove ~was a figure of charity. " 15 2, 93 | God, as may be seen in the dove that descended upon ~Christ, 16 3, 36 | Him under the form of a dove, so did He appear to the 17 3, 37 | a lamb and also a turtle dove or a ~pigeon: but those 18 3, 37 | figurative sense. For the ~turtle dove, being a loquacious bird, 19 3, 37 | this life: but ~the turtle dove, being solitary, signifies 20 3, 38 | testimony ~of John and by the dove coming down upon Him, and 21 3, 39 | Ghost under the form of a dove;~(7) Whether that dove was 22 3, 39 | a dove;~(7) Whether that dove was a real animal?~(8) Of 23 3, 39 | on Him in the form of a dove?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 24 3, 39 | on Him in the form of a dove. For the ~Holy Ghost dwells 25 3, 39 | apostles in the form, not of a dove, but of ~fire. Therefore 26 3, 39 | Christ in the form of ~a dove, but in the form of fire.~ 27 3, 39 | in ~a bodily shape as a dove upon Him."~Aquin.: SMT TP 28 3, 39 | in a bodily shape, as a dove, not because the ~very substance 29 3, 39 | that the Holy Ghost was the dove, as it is ~said that the 30 3, 39 | seen under the form of a dove, after the manner in which ~ 31 3, 39 | one ever doubted that this dove was seen by the eyes of 32 3, 39 | appear under the form of a dove in the sense in ~which it 33 3, 39 | signified: whereas this ~dove came suddenly into existence, 34 3, 39 | His being united to the dove: but either because the 35 3, 39 | but either because the dove ~itself signified the Holy 36 3, 39 | baptism, under ~the form of a dove, for four reasons. First, 37 3, 39 | the deceitful." For the dove is an animal of a ~simple 38 3, 39 | by the properties of the dove. For the dove dwells beside ~ 39 3, 39 | properties of the dove. For the dove dwells beside ~the running 40 3, 39 | of the devil. Again, the dove prefers the more choice 41 3, 39 | themselves. Further, the dove ~feeds the brood of other 42 3, 39 | of the devil. Again, the dove tears not with its ~beak. 43 3, 39 | heretics do. Again, the dove has no gall. ~This refers 44 3, 39 | unreasonable anger. Again, the dove builds its nest in the cleft 45 3, 39 | of strength. Lastly, the dove has a plaintive song. This ~ 46 3, 39 | appeared under the form of a dove on account of ~the proper 47 3, 39 | reconciliation with God: for the dove is a gentle creature. Wherefore, 48 3, 39 | world: and now again the dove appears at the ~baptism, 49 3, 39 | baptism in the ~form of a dove, in order to designate the 50 3, 39 | baptism under the form of a dove, which is a creature both 51 3, 39 | Cant 6:8): "One is ~my dove."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 52 3, 39 | ways" - namely, "by the dove corning upon the Lord when ~ 53 3, 39 | We learn, then, from the dove, that those who are sanctified ~ 54 3, 39 | were cloven . . . in the dove recognize unity."~Aquin.: 55 3, 39 | required"; this is shown by the dove: "but when we have obtained 56 3, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the dove in which the Holy Ghost 57 3, 39 | It would seem that the dove in which the Holy Ghost 58 3, 39 | in ~a bodily shape as a dove upon Him." Therefore it 59 3, 39 | Therefore it was not a real dove, but ~a semblance of a dove.~ 60 3, 39 | dove, but ~a semblance of a dove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 61 3, 39 | Coelo i). Now since this dove came merely "in order to 62 3, 39 | says (De Trin. ii), a real dove ~would have been useless: 63 3, 39 | because the semblance of a dove was sufficient ~for that 64 3, 39 | Therefore it was not a real dove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 65 3, 39 | therefore, this were a real dove, its properties would have ~ 66 3, 39 | seems that it was not a real dove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 67 3, 39 | therefore He too made a real dove in which to appear, though 68 3, 39 | frame the ~body of a real dove without the help of other 69 3, 39 | world itself in forming a ~dove."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 70 3, 39 | shape or ~semblance of a dove, not in the sense that the 71 3, 39 | not in the sense that the dove was not real, but in ~order 72 3, 39 | superfluous to form a real dove, in which the ~Holy Ghost 73 3, 39 | the very reality of the dove the ~reality of the Holy 74 3, 39 | 3: The properties of the dove lead us to understand the 75 3, 39 | lead us to understand the dove's ~nature and the effects 76 3, 39 | the very fact that the dove has such properties, it 77 3, 39 | descended in the shape of a dove: the Father's voice is heard 78 3, 39 | just as the ~form of the dove, in which the Holy Ghost 79 3, 39 | whole Trinity made both the dove and the human nature assumed 80 3, 39 | alone is manifested in the dove, as Augustine ~[*Fulgentius, 81 3, 45 | appeared under the form of ~a dove at the same time as the 82 3, 45 | appeared ~under the form of a dove, and the Father made Himself 83 3, 45 | by the simplicity of the dove, so ~in the resurrection 84 3, 66 | nature, the Holy Ghost in the dove.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 85 Suppl, 19| those who are members of the Dove. But the remission of sins 86 Suppl, 19| are not "members of the Dove," have ~not the use of the 87 Suppl, 19| through "members of the Dove," i.e. ~holy men, He grants 88 Suppl, 19| that by "members of the Dove" he means all who are ~not 89 Suppl, 65| instance the turtle-dove, the dove, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT 90 Suppl, 92| Canticles 6:8, "One is my dove," says: "One is the Church ~


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