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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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preparation

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, preparation is something in the thing 2 1, 23 | But ~predestination is the preparation of God's benefits, as Augustine 3 1, 23 | For predestination is the preparation of grace in the ~present; 4 1, 23 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Preparation is twofold: of the patient 5 1, 23 | is in the agent. Such a preparation is predestination, and as 6 1, 23 | predestination; even the preparation for ~grace. For neither 7 1, 23 | is the foreknowledge and ~preparation of the benefits of God, 8 2, 4 | First, as a preamble and preparation to it: thus instruction 9 2, 69 | reason of our having a ~preparation for, or a disposition to 10 2, 69 | beatitudes, are a kind of preparation for, or disposition to happiness, ~ 11 2, 101 | matters, pertain to a certain preparation of the ministers, with the 12 2, 101 | The first point is their preparation for ~Divine worship, which 13 2, 102 | Unction, which is an immediate preparation for entrance into glory, 14 2, 108 | may be referred ~to the preparation of the mind, and then they 15 2, 109 | 1/1~I answer that, The preparation of the human will for good 16 2, 109 | to enjoy God; ~and this preparation of the will cannot take 17 2, 109 | habitual grace, for which some ~preparation is required, since every 18 2, 112 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any preparation and disposition for grace 19 2, 112 | 1: It would seem that no preparation or disposition for grace 20 2, 112 | according to debt." Now a man's preparation by free-will can only be ~ 21 2, 112 | Lord" (Act ~9:1). Hence no preparation for grace is required on 22 2, 112 | above (A[1]~). Hence no preparation is required on man's part 23 2, 112 | first sense, a certain ~preparation of grace is required for 24 2, 112 | to move us to good, no preparation is required on man's part, 25 2, 112 | help, but rather, every preparation in man ~must be by the help 26 2, 112 | Reply OBJ 1: A certain preparation of man for grace is simultaneous 27 2, 112 | there is another imperfect preparation, which sometimes ~precedes 28 2, 112 | anyone arrive ~at perfect preparation instantaneously, or step 29 2, 112 | not perfect good, and this preparation precedes grace. But He ~ 30 2, 112 | infuses grace into a soul, no preparation is required ~which He Himself 31 2, 112 | stated above (A[2]), man's preparation for grace is ~from God, 32 2, 112 | free-will, as moved. Hence the ~preparation may be looked at in two 33 2, 112 | gift of grace exceeds every preparation of human power. But it may 34 2, 113 | justification; or by way of preparation, ~inasmuch as the merciful 35 2, 23 | disposition or previous preparation or effort of the one ~who 36 2, 40 | actual aggression, or the preparation for such aggression. Hence 37 2, 40 | schism does not imply any preparation for a material fight as ~ 38 2, 115 | but also to ~keep it in preparation and safety in order to make 39 2, 122 | understood in reference to the preparation of the ~mind, in the sense 40 2, 122 | of virtue as regards the preparation of the mind, so that in 41 2, 122 | understood as referring ~to the preparation of the mind.~Aquin.: SMT 42 2, 126 | aggression. The first regards preparation of the ~mind, and consists 43 2, 140 | such as the nice [curiosa] preparation of food, or the adornment ~ 44 3, 27 | 4) her annunciation, or preparation for conception.~Aquin.: 45 3, 32 | cooperated actively in the preparation of the matter ~so that it 46 3, 38 | and work ~of John was in preparation for Christ: just as it is 47 3, 38 | which that penance was a preparation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 48 3, 38 | purpose, but was ~merely in preparation for the baptism of Christ, 49 3, 46 | Parasceve' is interpreted 'preparation.' But the true ~Pasch, which 50 3, 65 | required of ~necessity as a preparation to the Eucharist. But this 51 3, 65 | Penance is an accidental ~preparation to the Eucharist, that is 52 3, 70 | Whether circumcision was a preparation for, and a figure of, Baptism?~( 53 3, 70 | Whether circumcision was a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism?~ 54 3, 70 | that circumcision was not a preparation for, and a ~figure of Baptism. 55 3, 70 | seems that it was not a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~ 56 3, 70 | than ~circumcision, were a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~ 57 3, 70 | the baptism of ~John was a preparation for Christ's. Consequently, 58 3, 70 | if circumcision was a ~preparation for, and a figure of Christ' 59 3, 70 | circumcision was ~not a preparation for, and a figure of Baptism.~ 60 3, 70 | that circumcision was a preparation for Baptism and a figure ~ 61 3, 70 | circumcision was a sacrament, and a preparation for ~Baptism; although less 62 3, 70 | 3: John's baptism was a preparation for Christ's as to the act ~ 63 3, 70 | circumcision was a figure of, and a preparation for, ~Baptism. But Baptism 64 3, 70 | A[1]) circumcision was a preparation for ~Baptism, inasmuch as 65 3, 72 | supreme act or power; thus the preparation of the matter belongs to 66 3, 73 | hallowings of all the sacraments preparation is made ~for receiving or 67 3, 80 | frequently, ~and with greater preparation: but now, because the sacred 68 3, 83 | is ~preceded by a certain preparation in order that we may perform 69 3, 83 | The first part of this preparation is Divine ~praise, and consists 70 Suppl, 29| sacramental form, but are a ~preparation for the form, in so far 71 Suppl, 32| since it is an immediate preparation for glory. Therefore it 72 Suppl, 37| ministry directed to the preparation of the ~recipients can be 73 Suppl, 37| receive Christ's body. Now the preparation of the ~recipients of a 74 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The preparation of the recipients of a sacrament 75 Suppl, 37| 4: Doctrine is a remote preparation for the reception of a ~ 76 Suppl, 37| the matter its proximate preparation for the form belong to the 77 Suppl, 37| receive the power. This preparation consists of three things, ~ 78 Suppl, 55| perfect ~marriage, but is a preparation for marriage, so betrothal 79 Suppl, 64| Pentecost, on account of the preparation for Communion ~to be received 80 Suppl, 67| their ~whole life, by due preparation of those things that are 81 Suppl, 67| necessary in ~life. Now this preparation does not pertain to the


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