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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | matter, as to heat or to cut; whilst ~actions of the 2 1, 84 | instance, to heat and to cut; and ~each of these actions 3 1, 91 | occasions of sin should be cut off. But God foresaw that ~ 4 1, 104 | workman applies the axe to cut, who nevertheless at times 5 1, 118 | continue to live after being cut in two: which is ~inadmissible.~ 6 2, 3 | such as "to burn" and "to cut." And ~such an operation 7 2, 53 | fancies be, as it were, cut off or kept back by frequent 8 2, 57 | well, or that a saw should cut well), if ~it were proper 9 2, 73 | when a man takes a short cut ~through a field, the result 10 2, 74 | external matter, e.g. "to cut" and "to burn": and such ~ 11 2, 89 | their last end, is ~entirely cut off. On the contrary, in 12 2, 102 | Kgs. ~18:28) that they "cut themselves after their manner 13 2, 102 | Dt. 14:1): "You shall not cut yourselves nor make any 14 2, 102 | worshipping their idols "they cut ~themselves with knives 15 2, 102 | nor rend their garments or cut their flesh, ~i.e. they 16 2, 103 | the Law: thus a man might cut away his foreskin for ~health' 17 2, 105 | then he was to be utterly cut off as a rebel and a destroyer 18 2, 105 | vile and abject, was to be cut ~off from the fellowship 19 2, 105 | fruit-trees should not be cut down.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 20 2, 10 | thy foot ~scandalize thee, cut it off, and cast it from 21 2, 11 | Greek {airein} [hairein], to cut off], so does sect derive 22 2, 11 | A little leaven," says: "Cut off the ~decayed flesh, 23 2, 31 | if they be incorrigible, cut them off from the Church."~ 24 2, 62 | advantageous to have it cut away. Now every individual 25 2, 62 | belongs to a physician to cut off a decayed limb, when 26 2, 62 | it is lawful for a man to cut ~off a decayed limb even 27 2, 63 | disposition, it ~cannot be cut off without injury to the 28 2, 63 | owner of the member, to cut away the member for ~the 29 2, 77 | forth good fruit ~shall be cut down, and shall be cast 30 2, 92 | artist, a carpenter, hath cut ~down a tree, proper for 31 2, 98 | anyone for money, let him be cut off from the ~priesthood."~ 32 2, 132 | external matter, as to burn or cut, or remain in the agent, ~ 33 2, 137 | a sign ~of fortitude to cut oneself adrift from all 34 2, 183 | after receiving the faith he cut off his thumb ~that he might 35 2, 184 | are the occasions of sin cut off, for sin destroys ~charity 36 2, 184 | it belongs to penance to cut out the ~causes of sin, 37 2, 184 | foreign to us, the latter are cut off as a limb." And ~Chrysostom 38 2, 184 | wife and children, which is cut away ~by the vow of continence; 39 2, 185 | that I will do that I may ~cut off the occasion from them," 40 2, 185 | faithful, either in order to cut off the ~occasion from the 41 2, 185 | De oper. Monach. 28): "Cut off the ~occasion of disgraceful 42 2, 187 | Hasten, I pray thee, cut off rather than ~loosen 43 3, 31 | generation his posterity is cut off from the number of kings, ~ 44 3, 31 | Esau, Jacob's brother, were cut off from God's ~people, 45 3, 46 | says: ~"His head is not cut off, as was done to John; 46 3, 62 | it belongs to an axe to cut asunder by ~reason of its 47 3, 64 | A[5]). But evil men are cut off from ~Christ: because 48 3, 64 | that they are outwardly cut off from the ~Church; because 49 3, 64 | the sickle of his passion cut it off."~Aquin.: SMT TP 50 3, 70 | Moreover, he was the first to cut himself off from the ~society 51 3, 76 | is divided or the bread cut), or ~whether they be actually 52 3, 80 | communicate who do not wish to cut ~themselves off from the 53 3, 83 | persons go further, and cut out that part of the linen, ~ 54 Suppl, 14| he does not ~sufficiently cut himself off from the causes 55 Suppl, 15| that ~satisfaction should cut out the very root of the 56 Suppl, 19| he means all who are ~not cut off from the Church, for 57 Suppl, 19| sacraments from those ~who are cut off from the Church, do 58 Suppl, 26| stream can no longer flow if cut off from its source. ~Now 59 Suppl, 26| which is the Holy Ghost is cut off from one who ~is in 60 Suppl, 28| imposed on a man, he has to cut his hair ~off. But this 61 Suppl, 38| heretic or any other person cut off from the Church can ~ 62 Suppl, 38| heretics and those who are cut off from the Church can 63 Suppl, 38| heretics and those who are cut off from the ~Church cannot 64 Suppl, 38| inwardly. But one who is cut off ~from the Church by 65 Suppl, 38| not after they ~have been cut off from the Church; as 66 Suppl, 38| much a man may sin or be cut off from the Church. For 67 Suppl, 38| said that those who are cut off from the Church after 68 Suppl, 38| that even those who are cut off from ~the Church can 69 Suppl, 38| sacraments with a heretic who is cut off from the Church, he 70 Suppl, 38| jurisdiction, which one who is cut off from the Church has 71 Suppl, 39| instance if ~his nose be cut off) or the exercise of 72 Suppl, 40| them that have their hair cut round" (Jer. 49:32). Now 73 Suppl, 40| perfection by having ~their hair cut off, thus signifying their 74 Suppl, 40| although they did not have it cut in the shape of a crown, 75 Suppl, 40| the shape of a crown, but cut it off ~completely, for 76 Suppl, 40| brothers have their hair cut because they ~renounce temporalities. 77 Suppl, 40| the ~hair should not be cut off entirely. Another reason 78 Suppl, 54| from which the wood was cut. ~In like manner food already 79 Suppl, 69| respective ~abodes are utterly cut off from communication with 80 Suppl, 71| because the damned in hell are cut off from the bond ~of charity 81 Suppl, 72| be found in them, it is cut off by the sickle of suffering," 82 Suppl, 77| though ~the member which was cut off before a man's repentance 83 Suppl, 77| for each individual is cut off from the population 84 Suppl, 85| is the sentence carried cut ~before judgment is pronounced. 85 Suppl, 91| For the damned are more cut off from the ~blessed than 86 Suppl, 96| offense worthy of being cut off ~entirely from the fellowship 87 Suppl, 96| rendered worthy of being ~cut off entirely from the fellowship 88 Suppl, 96| worthy to be altogether ~cut off from the fellowship 89 Suppl, 96| Dei xxi, 11), "as men are cut off from this perishable 90 Suppl, 96| deserve to be entirely cut off from the fellowship


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