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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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support

   Part, Question
1 1, 68 | it less absurd to say, in support of this opinion, that bodies 2 1, 69 | it less absurd to say, in support of this opinion, that bodies 3 1, 94 | remission of ~sin, and for the support of his weakness.~Aquin.: 4 2, 2 | something else, viz. as ~a support of human nature: consequently 5 2, 4 | requisite either for the support of the ~animal body; or 6 2, 18 | action is directed to the support or repose of his body, ~ 7 2, 68 | unless one virtue lend its ~support to another." We are therefore 8 2, 105 | under the obligation to ~support the household of the deceased, 9 2, 2 | 1/1~Whether reasons in support of what we believe lessen 10 2, 2 | would seem that reasons in support of what we believe lessen ~ 11 2, 2 | kind of human reasoning in support of ~matters of faith, diminishes 12 2, 2 | Therefore human reasons in ~support of matters of faith diminish 13 2, 2 | so. Therefore reasons in ~support of faith diminish the merit 14 2, 2 | assent. Now human reason in support of what we ~believe, may 15 2, 2 | reasons he can ~find in support thereof; and in this way 16 2, 2 | which are brought forward in support of the ~authority of faith, 17 2, 2 | demonstrative reasons in ~support of the preambles of faith [* 18 2, 2 | Leonine Edition reads: 'in ~support of matters of faith which 19 2, 18 | since they ~are bestowed in support of the virtues as Gregory 20 2, 25 | body, whom he is ~bound to support in bodily sustenance.~Aquin.: 21 2, 30 | to lead the blind, and to support ~the lame, come to the same 22 2, 30 | had merely sufficient ~to support himself and his children, 23 2, 30 | a great personage, and a support of the ~Church or State, 24 2, 30 | dowry which is ~for the support of the burdens of marriage, 25 2, 64 | which he ~takes for the support of his life becomes his 26 2, 84 | ministers were without means of support. Fourthly, on account of 27 2, 85 | contribute nothing to the support of God's ministers if they 28 2, 85 | not only for their own support, but ~also that the clergy 29 2, 85 | should serve not only for the support of the ~clergy, but also 30 2, 98 | the people are bound to support, according ~to the words 31 2, 98 | receive anything ~for the support of those who administer 32 2, 98 | or give something for the support of those ~who minister spiritual 33 2, 98 | preacher as means for his support, not as a price ~of the 34 2, 98 | monasteries, that are ~unable to support so many persons, it is lawful, 35 2, 98 | accept something for the support of those who are ~about 36 2, 99 | 1~Whether piety provides support for our parents?~Aquin.: 37 2, 99 | that piety does not provide support for our parents. ~For, seemingly, 38 2, 99 | belong to piety to provide support for one's ~parents.~Aquin.: 39 2, 99 | those whom he is bound to ~support. Now according to the Apostle ( 40 2, 99 | does not oblige them ~to support their parents.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 99 | But ~one is not bound to support all one's kindred and fellow-citizens. ~ 42 2, 99 | neither is one bound to support one's parents.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 99 | fitting that they should support him; and so ~on in like 44 2, 99 | parents includes whatever support we owe them; and the ~reason 45 2, 99 | reason for this is that support is given to one's father 46 2, 99 | fitting for a father to support his son: and consequently 47 2, 99 | consequently he is bound to ~support him not only for a time, 48 2, 99 | wherein he is bound to ~support him, but not to lay by as 49 2, 99 | father, but that he might ~support a yet living father in the 50 2, 99 | have ~no other means of support, provided they incite us 51 2, 99 | has parents unable to find support without him, he must not ~ 52 2, 99 | children are not bound to support their parents except ~in 53 2, 99 | efforts for ~his parents' support.~ 54 2, 102 | in those relating to the support of his ~body or the begetting 55 2, 104 | owes him assistance or ~support, if he need it.~Aquin.: 56 2, 115 | nothing is left for his own support, nor the wherewithal to ~ 57 2, 117 | is his, and ~his means of support, and against others by spending 58 2, 120 | not merely honor but also support. ~Therefore the mere honoring 59 2, 120 | parents as such, whereas ~support and so forth are due to 60 2, 120 | understood to ~comprise support and whatever else is due 61 2, 142 | friend of sobriety and the support of what is honest, ~a seeker 62 2, 145 | refuse nature its ~necessary support: thus Jerome says:* "It 63 2, 183 | of his own ~on which to support himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 64 2, 185 | they be ~able-bodied can support themselves by the work of 65 2, 185 | endowment whatsoever for their support, can lawfully live on ~such 66 2, 185 | the wherewithal easily to support this life without ~working, 67 2, 185 | give what they have for the support of the needy.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 186 | faithful of Christ are bound to support an unlimited ~number of 69 2, 186 | law to contribute to the ~support of other than their ordinary 70 2, 186 | other suitable persons and support them ~himself.~Aquin.: SMT 71 2, 186 | common property for the support of religious of the same 72 3, 30 | example.: consequently ~in support of this instance, the convincing 73 3, 41 | they may ~be - namely, the support of the corporeal nature 74 3, 41 | of the desire ~for such support, it can pertain to the sin 75 3, 41 | miraculously for mere bodily support. Hence the Lord ~miraculously 76 3, 57 | That cloud afforded no support as a vehicle to the ~ascending 77 Suppl, 41| whose offspring needs the support of ~both parents, although 78 Suppl, 44| mother with a protector and support in the person of her husband; 79 Suppl, 92| provided with an adequate support for ~his wife and children,


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