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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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practice

   Part, Question
1 1, 78 | the sensitive powers, and practice in this sort ~of operation; 2 1, 78 | intellect. And from the practice and habit of turning to ~ 3 2, 63 | are removed by ~study and practice, even as iron is made bright 4 2, 65 | potentiality. Because when, ~by practice, a man has acquired liberality 5 2, 65 | magnificence with but little practice: even as a ~geometrician, 6 2, 94 | to a particular point of practice, on account of ~concupiscence 7 2, 101 | men were taught ~by Him to practice more perfectly the spiritual 8 2, 102 | is evident that ~if a man practice a pitiful affection for 9 2, 102 | cruelty, wished them to practice ~pity even with regard to 10 2, 1 | one needs long study ~and practice, which are unattainable 11 2, 10 | to confute errors, or for practice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 12 2, 23 | even the cessation from the practice of works of charity.~Aquin.: 13 2, 30 | so called, ~because the practice of whoredom is filthy and 14 2, 45 | for salvation. This by ~practice merits increase, until it 15 2, 45 | alone, but also from the practice of commanding aright.~Aquin.: 16 2, 47 | perfection comes through practice or grace, so too, as Tully 17 2, 49 | consummation, ~is due to practice or to a gift of grace, and 18 2, 53 | concerning some "that they practice frauds [Douay: 'deceits'] 19 2, 80 | safeguarded and increased by the ~practice and consideration of friendly 20 2, 86 | false, because just as the practice of carnal intercourse is ~ 21 2, 88 | Saviour: for this is a Jewish practice." Now rather ~than imitate 22 2, 93 | Christians, and we forbid the practice thereof under pain of anathema."~ 23 2, 93 | superstitious innovation, to ~practice what is not sanctioned by 24 2, 94 | Whether it be unlawful to practice the observances of the magic 25 2, 94 | that it is not unlawful to practice the observances ~of the 26 2, 94 | Therefore it is not unlawful to practice these ~observances.~Aquin.: 27 2, 94 | consequently it is not unlawful to practice it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] 28 2, 94 | it seems to ~be no sin to practice the magic art, even though 29 2, 94 | Therefore it is unlawful to ~practice the notary art.~Aquin.: 30 2, 111 | iv, 7) that it is "the practice of boasters both to make 31 2, 121 | soldiers who, through skill and practice in the use of arms, ~think 32 2, 126 | death, certain other virtues practice in the matter of certain 33 2, 127 | every one were competent to practice the acts of ~all the virtues. 34 2, 127 | whereby he is disposed to practice that act if ~it were competent 35 2, 140 | without danger by frequent practice in their ~regard to become 36 2, 143 | experience as virtue which we ~practice day by day. Hence virtue 37 2, 143 | they are a help to the practice of virtue, such as rank, 38 2, 145 | province keep to its own practice, and look upon the commands ~ 39 2, 145 | natural dictate of reason to practice fasting as ~far as it is 40 2, 145 | province keep to its own practice, and look upon the commands 41 2, 166 | maintains those ~comedians who practice unlawful mirth, he sins 42 2, 167 | because the Gentiles ~used to practice this change of attire for 43 2, 167 | arrows, and the like, the practice of such an art is not sinful. 44 2, 167 | adornment do ~not sin in the practice of their art, except perhaps 45 2, 168 | temperance, because the practice of temperance ~varies according 46 2, 178 | but also the intellect to practice the act of ~contemplation, 47 2, 179 | all be extirpated by the practice of good ~works, in order 48 2, 179 | the other hand, when we practice the works of ~the moral 49 2, 180 | merit on account of ~the practice of greater Divine charity.~ 50 2, 180 | regards the attention to and practice of external works: ~and 51 2, 180 | the contemplative by the ~practice of the active life; while 52 2, 182 | although he is hindered in the practice ~of virtue unawares or by 53 2, 183 | he be ~hindered from the practice thereof, he is not bound 54 2, 184 | matters pertaining to the practice of perfection belongs properly ~ 55 2, 184 | far as they belong to the practice of tending to perfection. 56 2, 184 | other things that religious practice, such as abstinence, ~watchings, 57 2, 184 | whatever pertains to the practice of ~perfection. Therefore 58 2, 184 | ways. ~First, as being a practice of tending to the perfection 59 2, 184 | 3~First, as regards the practice of perfection a man is required 60 2, 184 | pertaining to the ~outward practice, such as all external observances, 61 2, 185 | taken upon themselves the ~practice of holiness. For it is foolish 62 2, 185 | Monte ii, 12) that "in the practice of the Christian religion ~ 63 2, 186 | school wherein one aims by practice at the ~perfection of charity. 64 2, 186 | food, in another by the practice of ~manual labor, scantiness 65 2, 186 | religion pertain to the ~practice of religion as principles 66 2, 186 | those who have attempted to practice the privation of all means 67 2, 186 | boy; in another way by the practice of virtuous action, ~according 68 2, 186 | man is assisted in this practice by the fellowship of others 69 2, 186 | life is necessary for the ~practice of perfection. Now solitude 70 2, 186 | undertaken without ~the aforesaid practice, it is fraught with very 71 2, 186 | which others acquire by practice, as in the case ~of the 72 2, 187 | since if he endeavor to practice them equally, ~he will of 73 3, 11 | includes such counsel; but the ~practice of using counsel is not 74 3, 66 | ordained, one mode ~has been in practice, at one time, the other 75 3, 66 | scandal of schism or ~the practice of heretical teaching let 76 3, 80 | magician who continues to practice ~his disgraceful arts among 77 3, 86 | but if he continue in good practice, he will end in being good 78 Suppl, 41| way among all, since its practice varies according to ~the 79 Suppl, 71| according to the common ~practice of the Church, when Mass 80 Suppl, 81| by actually putting into practice that which is in ~their 81 Suppl, 93| the ~outcome of study, the practice of teaching comes from the 82 Suppl, 93| teaching, if they do not practice them outwardly. But angels 83 Suppl, 93| we are inclined to the ~practice of such an act - or again 84 Suppl, 96| such as have omitted to practice works of mercy: and consequently 85 Suppl, 96| Yet many are ~such who practice works of mercy. Therefore


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