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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reception

   Part, Question
1 1, 56 | any preceding change or reception. ~From this it is evident 2 1, 57 | any preceding change or reception. ~From this it is evident 3 1, 77 | Thus, therefore, for the reception of sensible forms, the " 4 1, 87 | and the same time, as the reception of what is actually visible ~ 5 1, 87 | visible ~synchronizes with the reception of light in the eye. Therefore 6 1, 94 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the reception of grace requires the consent 7 1, 107 | ordination both as ~regards the reception of Divine things, and as 8 1, 107 | vision of God; the full reception of the Divine Light; their ~ 9 1, 114 | passion consists in the reception of the atoms in the pores 10 1, 116 | is not ~changed to (the reception of) a form save either by 11 1, 117 | matter is disposed for the reception of a certain species of 12 2, 20 | of the obstacle to the reception of a sacrament.~Aquin.: 13 2, 22 | For in the sense of ~mere reception, we speak of "feeling and 14 2, 22 | passivity, as implying mere ~reception, need not be in matter, 15 2, 108 | as are essential for the reception ~or right use of grace. 16 2, 113 | sufficient ~disposition for the reception of grace He makes suddenly, 17 2, 113 | is a disposition for the reception ~of grace. Therefore it 18 2, 113 | the subject precedes the reception of ~the form, in the order 19 2, 113 | s movement ~precedes the reception of grace in the order of 20 2, 15 | understanding: first, the reception thereof; secondly, the use; 21 2, 15 | their preservation. Now the reception of knowledge or ~understanding, 22 2, 86 | vow is solemnized by the reception of holy orders, and by the ~ 23 2, 86 | is not solemnized by the reception of ~holy orders and by the 24 2, 86 | that takes place in ~the reception of holy orders or in the 25 2, 86 | second degree after the reception of ~holy orders, as Dionysius 26 2, 86 | continency solemnized by the reception of Holy Orders. on ~the 27 2, 105 | man fails to recognize the reception ~of a favor, whether by 28 2, 178 | of these ~pertain to the reception of principles, from which 29 3, 64 | pious admonitions for the reception of the ~sacraments. In like 30 3, 65 | sacrament of Baptism to the reception of the Eucharist: while 31 3, 66 | habits of the soul for the reception of ~those most holy words 32 3, 67 | preparing them for the ~reception of a sacrament.~Aquin.: 33 3, 69 | perfectly ~through the actual reception of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 34 3, 69 | preparing their ~hearts for the reception of the doctrines of truth, 35 3, 71 | impediment against the reception of saving grace. Of these, 36 3, 71 | placing obstacles against the ~reception of the sacrament. Nevertheless, 37 3, 73 | Accordingly, before actual reception of this sacrament, a man 38 3, 73 | Eucharist. Consequently, the reception ~of Baptism is necessary 39 3, 80 | neither praise nor blame daily reception of the ~Eucharist."~Aquin.: 40 3, 80 | not to be offered to the reception of the people, ~but to be 41 3, 83 | offered; and thirdly, its reception.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 42 3, 83 | 11/12~Then follows the reception of the sacrament, the priest 43 3, 84 | Reply OBJ 2: It is not every reception of the Holy Ghost that requires ~ 44 3, 84 | imposition of hands: it is at the reception of the ~fulness of the Holy 45 3, 89 | ultimate disposition to the ~reception of grace, while the subsequent 46 Suppl, 3 | the lower faculty to the ~reception of impressions from the 47 Suppl, 6 | effect in us through the ~reception of the sacraments which 48 Suppl, 10| not worth as much as the reception of Baptism. But a man's 49 Suppl, 14| not equally near to the reception of good ~things from Gods 50 Suppl, 18| need to be disposed for the reception of the sacramental ~effect; 51 Suppl, 18| being sufficient for the reception of grace, before ~they are 52 Suppl, 18| disposition does not precede the reception of Baptism by ~a priority 53 Suppl, 18| is bestowed through the reception of Baptism. On ~the other 54 Suppl, 18| go so far as to cause the reception itself ~of grace, even instrumentally [* 55 Suppl, 18| perfectly disposed for the ~reception of grace, he would receive 56 Suppl, 20| keys, is ~ordained to the reception of the Eucharist. But an 57 Suppl, 21| meeting ~together for the reception of sacred things; while 58 Suppl, 26| since this follows the reception of orders. This suffices 59 Suppl, 32| great ~account towards the reception of the effect of this sacrament. 60 Suppl, 35| sufficiently adapted to the ~reception of the sacraments by the 61 Suppl, 35| 1~I answer that, For the reception of Orders something is prerequisite 62 Suppl, 37| remote preparation for the reception of a ~sacrament; wherefore 63 Suppl, 37| prepares the candidates for the reception of orders, and delivers 64 Suppl, 39| makes no difference to the ~reception of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 65 Suppl, 39| of reason. Whereas in the reception of Orders no act is required ~ 66 Suppl, 39| be an ~impediment to the reception of a sacrament. Now such 67 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The reception of spiritual power involves 68 Suppl, 40| prepare ~God's people for the reception of this sacrament, as stated 69 Suppl, 56| is contracted ~from the reception of the sacraments is after 70 Suppl, 69| places appointed for the reception of bodies after death; ( 71 Suppl, 69| assign any places for the reception of souls.~Aquin.: SMT XP 72 Suppl, 69| not be assigned for their reception.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 73 Suppl, 69| certain places for their reception.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 74 Suppl, 69| who are debarred from the reception of glory by no personal ~ 75 Suppl, 77| indefinite dimensions before the ~reception of the substantial form. 76 Suppl, 79| broad sense, and thus every reception is called ~a passion, whether 77 Suppl, 79| higher. But this ~mode of reception does not result in real 78 Suppl, 79| bodies ~will result from the reception of things outside the soul. 79 Suppl, 79| Accordingly ~the first reception does not cause sensation, 80 Suppl, 79| Anima ii, text. 121). This reception transmutes the nature of ~ 81 Suppl, 79| Consequently this kind of reception will not be in ~the glorified 82 Suppl, 79| other than the aforesaid reception of species, ~the body is 83 Suppl, 79| Just as there will be new reception of species in the ~organs 84 Suppl, 79| not hinder the spiritual ~reception of the image of color, so 85 Suppl, 79| therein, is not due to the reception being hindered, but to the 86 Suppl, 83| corresponding to this manner of ~reception there is a kind of passion 87 Suppl, 83| air and in the pupil: this reception is like that whereby the 88 Suppl, 83| corresponding to this mode of ~reception is another mode of passion 89 Suppl, 89| falls short of a perfect ~reception of the Divine likeness.


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