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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nativity

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1 1, 14 | by these three - viz. the nativity of Christ. ~Therefore it 2 1, 29 | things, which ~is called nativity. And because this kind of 3 1, 33 | signified by the removal of the nativity of the Son, than ~by the 4 1, 34 | the same." For the Son's nativity, which is His personal property, 5 1, 40 | passive sense origin, as ~"nativity," signifies the way to a 6 1, 40 | generation is to paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation 7 1, 40 | But filiation presupposes nativity; for the Son is so called ~ 8 1, 40 | and the Son; passive, as ~nativity is attributed to the Son, 9 1, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nativity is the way to the person 10 1, 41 | says that "generation and nativity in other words ~are paternity 11 1, 41 | paternity, filiation and nativity really and truly exist in 12 1, 42 | by reason of his natural ~nativity, is the father's equal, 13 1, 40 | passive sense origin, as ~"nativity," signifies the way to a 14 1, 40 | generation is to paternity as nativity is to ~filiation. But filiation 15 1, 40 | But filiation presupposes nativity; for the Son is so called ~ 16 1, 40 | and the Son; passive, as ~nativity is attributed to the Son, 17 1, 40 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nativity is the way to the person 18 1, 41 | says that "generation and nativity in other words ~are paternity 19 1, 41 | paternity, filiation and nativity really and truly exist in 20 1, 42 | by reason of his natural ~nativity, is the father's equal, 21 1, 114 | things, ~which is called "nativity": and because living things 22 2, 1 | unite the conception and nativity into one ~article.~Aquin.: 23 2, 81 | when we ~say, "Through Thy nativity, deliver us, O Lord." The 24 3, 1 | says in a sermon on the Nativity (xxi): "Learn, O Christian, 25 3, 2 | word "nature" comes from ~nativity. Hence this word was used 26 3, 2 | designates, in one way, nativity; in another, the essence 27 3, 2 | as He had them ~from His nativity, since from the beginning 28 3, 2 | from the beginning of His ~nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[12] 29 3, 2 | humanity of Christ from His nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[12] 30 3, 3 | begotten by the ~temporal nativity, inasmuch as He became incarnate. 31 3, 3 | following upon the temporal nativity. Hence, if the name of ~ 32 3, 17 | that there is ~not only one nativity in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 33 3, 27 | the feast of our Lady's Nativity. ~Now the Church does not 34 3, 28 | says in a sermon on the Nativity of ~Our Lord: "It was not 35 3, 31 | holy predecessors of the Nativity." Hence as Chrysostom [* 36 3, 35 | Para. 1/2 - OF CHRIST'S NATIVITY (EIGHT ARTICLES)~After considering 37 3, 35 | conception, we must treat of His nativity. ~First, as to the nativity 38 3, 35 | nativity. ~First, as to the nativity itself; secondly, as to 39 3, 35 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether nativity regards the nature or the 40 3, 35 | 6) Of the mode of the Nativity;~(7) Of its place;~(8) Of 41 3, 35 | 8) Of the time of the Nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 42 3, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether nativity regards the nature rather 43 3, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that nativity regards the nature rather 44 3, 35 | is so ~denominated from "nativity." But things are denominated 45 3, 35 | Therefore it seems that nativity regards the ~nature rather 46 3, 35 | which begins to exist by ~nativity. But Christ's Person did 47 3, 35 | not begin to exist by His nativity, ~whereas His human nature 48 3, 35 | Therefore it seems that the nativity ~properly regards the nature, 49 3, 35 | says (De Fide Orth. iii): "Nativity regards ~the hypostasis, 50 3, 35 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Nativity can be attributed to someone 51 3, 35 | subsists. ~Consequently, nativity is attributed to the person 52 3, 35 | Para. 2/2~But to the nature nativity is attributed as to its 53 3, 35 | generation and of every nativity is the form. Now, nature ~ 54 3, 35 | something as a form: wherefore nativity is said to be "the ~road 55 3, 35 | species. For this reason nativity is not denominated from 56 3, 35 | which is the terminus of nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 57 3, 35 | 1/1~Whether a temporal nativity should be attributed to 58 3, 35 | would seem that temporal nativity is not to be attributed 59 3, 35 | Further, properly speaking, nativity regards the person. But 60 3, 35 | Christ there is but one ~nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 61 3, 35 | born twice": because the nativity ~whereby He was born of 62 3, 35 | should not admit a double ~nativity in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 63 3, 35 | nature is compared to nativity, ~as the terminus to movement 64 3, 35 | attribute to Christ a twofold ~nativity: one by which He was born 65 3, 35 | His own sake, of a second ~nativity, after that which is from 66 3, 35 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nativity regards the person as its 67 3, 35 | this as though the eternal nativity were a ~transformation or 68 3, 35 | respect of ~His temporal nativity?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 69 3, 35 | respect of His temporal nativity. For, as stated above (Q[ 70 3, 35 | which is properly called ~nativity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 71 3, 35 | Orth. iii): "The temporal ~nativity by which Christ was born 72 3, 35 | part of the mother, ~this nativity was natural, but on the 73 3, 35 | filiations in Christ. For ~nativity is the cause of filiation. 74 3, 35 | cause of filiation, which is nativity, put two filiations in ~ 75 3, 35 | born by one and the same ~nativity, of the Father from eternity, 76 3, 35 | in respect of the twofold nativity. But if we consider ~the 77 3, 35 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Temporal nativity would cause a real temporal 78 3, 35 | receptive ~of the temporal nativity; because human nature would 79 3, 35 | way it is the subject of ~nativity; for since an Ethiopian 80 3, 35 | Therefore it seems that His nativity was not ~without the pains 81 3, 36 | were informed of Christ's nativity ~by means of the star.~Aquin.: 82 3, 39 | Christ's Godhead at His nativity rather than at His baptism.~ 83 3, 39 | proclaimed to all in His nativity, but rather that It should 84 3, 44 | men: as happened in ~His Nativity, His Resurrection, and His 85 3, 46 | chose Bethlehem for His nativity and Jerusalem for ~His Passion."~ 86 3, 83 | account of ~Christ's threefold nativity. Of these the first is His 87 3, 83 | Thee." The second is His nativity in ~time, and the spiritual 88 3, 83 | say the gospel of Christ's nativity in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 89 Suppl, 70| inflameth the wheel of our nativity," etc., is in agreement ~


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