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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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purity

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | account of his youth and purity. ~While others say that 2 1, 36 | word "holy" we signify the purity ~of divine goodness. But 3 1, 64 | they do not possess ~the purity which comes with grace, 4 1, 64 | nevertheless they have purity of ~nature; and this suffices 5 1, 65 | they do not possess ~the purity which comes with grace, 6 1, 65 | nevertheless they have purity of ~nature; and this suffices 7 1, 93 | the words of God; and by purity of ~heart and loftiness 8 1, 97 | proportion to the greater purity of nature and the greater 9 1, 107 | them in their intelligible purity, whereas men receive them 10 1, 111 | OBJ 3: In ourselves the purity of contemplation is obscured 11 2, 81 | shine with the greatest purity" [*Cf. ~Anselm, De Concep. 12 2, 102 | these animals represented purity of ~heart. Because as the 13 2, 102 | of linen, to designate ~purity of the flesh; purple, to 14 2, 102 | the flesh ~refulgent with purity; violet signifies the mind 15 2, 102 | possession of a prerogative of purity, power and dignity. Hence 16 2, 7 | not purify the heart. For purity of ~the heart pertains chiefly 17 2, 75 | account of the excellence and purity of their substance. Hence 18 2, 75 | longer in its condition of purity than ~counterfeit gold. 19 2, 79 | seems to denote a kind of purity. For Dionysius ~says (Div. 20 2, 79 | and altogether unspotted purity." Now purity would seem 21 2, 79 | altogether unspotted purity." Now purity would seem above all ~to 22 2, 79 | In ~one way it denotes purity; and this signification 23 2, 79 | sanctus" may be connected with purity, if it be resolved into ~" 24 2, 79 | the worship of God. For purity is ~necessary in order that 25 2, 79 | hence it is that without purity ~the mind cannot be applied 26 2, 79 | 2: Temperance practices purity, yet not so as to have the ~ 27 2, 86 | to Christ in respect ~of purity of both body and soul. But 28 2, 104 | would dare to ascribe his purity and innocence to his own ~ 29 2, 141 | moderation, lowliness, ~sobriety, purity." Andronicus also says [* 30 2, 141 | or fondling, we ~have "purity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[143] 31 2, 149 | 4) Of its relation to purity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[151] A[ 32 2, 149 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether purity belongs especially to chastity?~ 33 2, 149 | OBJ 1: It would seem that purity does not belong especially 34 2, 149 | De Civ. Dei i, 18) that "purity is a virtue of the ~soul." 35 2, 149 | 2: Further, "pudicitia" [purity] is derived from "pudor," 36 2, 149 | sinful ~acts. Therefore purity belongs no more to chastity 37 2, 149 | would seem to ~belong to purity to avoid all that is deserving 38 2, 149 | of reproach. Therefore ~purity belongs to all the parts 39 2, 149 | We must give ~praise to purity, that he who has ears to 40 2, 149 | matter of chastity. Therefore purity belongs ~properly to chastity.~ 41 2, 149 | above (OBJ[2]), "pudicitia" [purity] takes its name from "pudor," 42 2, 149 | which signifies shame. Hence purity must needs be ~properly 43 2, 149 | Rhet. ii, 6). Consequently purity regards ~venereal matters 44 2, 149 | more wont to ~be observed, purity regards rather these external 45 2, 149 | sexual union. Therefore purity is directed to chastity, ~ 46 2, 149 | Augustine is here speaking of purity as designating ~chastity.~ 47 2, 150 | virginity denotes a kind of purity. Now Augustine says ~(De 48 2, 150 | De Civ. Dei i, 18) that "purity dwells in the soul." Therefore 49 2, 150 | in the ~seal of virginal purity. Yet sometimes the seal 50 2, 150 | Reply OBJ 2: It is true that purity, as to its essence, is in 51 2, 150 | widowhood and conjugal ~purity. But neither of these is 52 2, 152 | shall pay the price of her purity ~[*Cf. Dt. 22:23-29]. The 53 2, 170 | to a difference in bodily purity. ~According to this it might 54 2, 178 | passions which hinder the purity of the ~reason; and peace 55 2, 178 | contemplating in them the purity of the ~intelligible truth: 56 2, 181 | confession of martyrs, the purity of virgins, the ~sorrowings 57 2, 185 | somber attire indicate your purity of ~mind, your coarse robe 58 2, 186 | life of the desert ~and purity of heart; some are occupied 59 2, 186 | sure means of acquiring purity of heart." Now it is evident ~ 60 3, 2 | she merited that grade of purity and holiness, which ~fitted 61 3, 4 | nature was endowed with such purity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[6] 62 3, 5 | the Divine simplicity and purity - for this ~would be to 63 3, 14 | nature ~without sin, in the purity which it had in the state 64 3, 27 | should shine with such a purity that under God none ~greater 65 3, 27 | a spot in thee." But the purity ~of the Blessed Virgin would 66 3, 27 | needed not to be saved, the ~purity of the Blessed Virgin holds 67 3, 28 | the ~enclosure of virginal purity; but the mere coming forth 68 3, 29 | trustworthy witness of her purity, in that he would ~deplore 69 3, 29 | rather than of His Mother's purity. For he ~knew the delicacy 70 3, 31 | which is unbecoming in His purity. Therefore the body of Christ 71 3, 31 | continuation of that primitive purity, as ~though the flesh of 72 3, 35 | without detriment to the purity of her maidenhood." Christ, ~ 73 3, 54 | corrupt the ~health and purity of his own faith; because 74 3, 66 | this seems to take away the purity and plainness of ~the water. 75 3, 66 | order to ~designate the purity of life, to which he will 76 3, 83 | its cleanness, to denote purity of conscience, and, ~owing 77 Suppl, 32| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, purity of mind is not less necessary 78 Suppl, 32| the priest, to ~signify purity of mind. Therefore in this 79 Suppl, 32| who enter have to receive purity of the mind, whereas ~those 80 Suppl, 32| respect of which the mind's purity may ~be sullied.~Aquin.: 81 Suppl, 59| are concerned, it requires purity with regard to ~the sacrament 82 Suppl, 72| elements, which diminish ~their purity: wherefore the elements 83 Suppl, 72| will be restored to the purity wherein they were ~created, 84 Suppl, 72| fall away from their own purity. In others this indisposition 85 Suppl, 80| enclosure of her virginal purity. Therefore it is ~possible 86 Suppl, 93| virgin, by His personal purity. Wherefore doctors, martyrs


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