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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | the arrow is shot ~to its mark by the archer. Therefore 2 1, 20 | thou Me?": "By this very mark is John distinguished ~from 3 1, 23 | by the ~archer towards a mark. Hence, properly speaking, 4 1, 42 | The ~third is like the mark or impression made by a 5 1, 59 | the knower. Now it is a mark of ~imperfection in anything 6 1, 42 | The ~third is like the mark or impression made by a 7 1, 60 | the knower. Now it is a mark of ~imperfection in anything 8 2, 32 | prodigality." Now it is a mark of ~prodigality to do good 9 2, 32 | to others; while it is a mark of illiberality to ~desist 10 2, 59 | make us sorrowful, is a ~mark of virtue; as also the Philosopher 11 2, 59 | moderate ~sorrow is the mark of a well-conditioned mind, 12 2, 66 | Moreover, one same ~indivisible mark is reached more nearly and 13 2, 106 | chapters of Matthew and Mark. Therefore the Law of the 14 2, 113 | before, I press towards the ~mark, to the prize of the supernal 15 2, 2 | for believing, this is a mark of levity, ~according to 16 2, 13 | that we are to understand Mark 3:29,30, where after Our ~ 17 2, 37 | pagan, than deprived of that mark, which is ~bestowed in Baptism.~ 18 2, 42 | whole mind" is added. Yet in Mark 12 ~we find all four, viz. " 19 2, 47 | their wisdom." Now it is a mark of docility to ~be ready 20 2, 51 | proposed to do. Now this is a mark of "incontinency" in ~pleasurable 21 2, 72 | Ecclus. 5:17): "An evil mark of disgrace ~is upon the 22 2, 104 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: It is the mark of a happy disposition to 23 2, 106 | 9). Thirdly, in order to mark the unity of human fellowship, ~ 24 2, 111 | Regist. xii): "It is the mark of a well-disposed mind 25 2, 115 | Ethic. iv, 1), "it is the mark of a liberal man not to 26 2, 116 | also adds that it is the mark of a "narrow mind," namely, ~ 27 2, 117 | iv, 6) that "it is the mark of a fool to give too much 28 2, 123 | for to shun hardships is a mark of ~effeminacy."~Aquin.: 29 2, 127 | dangers, which seems to be the mark of one who thinks "many" 30 2, 127 | nothing," for need is a mark of the deficient. But ~this 31 2, 167 | Ethic. vii, 7) that "it is a mark of effeminacy to let one' 32 2, 182 | Enchiridion ~lxxiii) this is a mark of the perfect children 33 2, 183 | related ~of the Blessed Mark* that after receiving the 34 2, 183 | quoted refers, not to St. ~Mark the Evangelist, but to a 35 2, 183 | Hence just as it is a mark of an ~inordinate will that 36 2, 183 | flock, even as it was the mark ~of fear to deny the Shepherd."~ 37 2, 183 | salvation. Hence the Blessed Mark did not act against a ~precept 38 2, 184 | and marriage, which is a mark of the greatness of their ~ 39 2, 184 | 17) that "as Matthew and ~Mark relate, Peter and Andrew 40 2, 185 | a man thereby incur the mark of ~covetousness or of anything 41 2, 185 | as a right this will be a mark of greater humility. ~(tm) 42 3, 18 | Ethic. ix, 4) ~that one mark of friendship is "to will 43 3, 35 | for it is foolish and a ~mark of ignorance to say that 44 3, 41 | for this explanation. For Mark says that He was tempted ~ 45 3, 41 | Reply OBJ 2: These words of Mark may be understood as meaning 46 3, 41 | to the ~words inserted by Mark, "and He was with the beasts," 47 3, 43 | healed," Chrysostom says: "Mark how great a multitude ~of 48 3, 43 | way, He made whole . . . Mark ~saith (6:56): 'Whithersoever 49 3, 46 | disciples, according to Mark's account (14:12): "On the 50 3, 46 | solution does not tally with Mark, who says: "On the first ~ 51 3, 46 | crucifixion; while, according to Mark, it is the third hour of 52 3, 46 | The very ~cross, if thou mark it well, was a judgment-seat: 53 3, 47 | did not ~break His legs." Mark also states (15:44) that " 54 3, 51 | noble counselor," ~to use Mark's expression (Mk. 15:43), 55 3, 51 | body for the burial, as Mark relates ~(Mk. 14:28). Consequently, 56 3, 51 | Hence, as Bede says on Mark ~15:46: "The Church's custom 57 3, 53 | shadows dispelled." But when Mark says ~"'the sun being now 58 3, 55 | occasion is expressed by Mark, 'at length when they were 59 3, 55 | stone rolled back, while Mark states that he was seen 60 3, 55 | according to both ~Matthew and Mark, if we take them as having 61 3, 55 | Matthew says; and that this is Mark's expression - 'sitting 62 3, 58 | written in the last chapter of Mark (16:19): "The ~Lord Jesus, 63 3, 58 | He had as his helper. But Mark describes Him as seated ~ 64 3, 58 | in the last chapter of Mark (16:19) it is said that " 65 3, 63 | battle, through dread of the ~mark of enlistment on his body, 66 3, 63 | lasting than this bodily mark?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 67 3, 63 | character is a ~distinctive mark printed in a man's rational 68 3, 63 | according to Ezech. 9:4: "Mark Thou upon ~the foreheads 69 3, 63 | lasting than the bodily mark" of military ~service. But 70 3, 66 | enduring than this bodily mark, since we see that ~not 71 Suppl, 6 | Regist. xii), "it is the mark ~of a good conscience to 72 Suppl, 6 | none." ~Therefore it is the mark of a good conscience to 73 Suppl, 6 | it is untrue; for it is a mark, not of a good, but of an ~ 74 Suppl, 6 | Wherefore it is also the ~mark of a good conscience that 75 Suppl, 80| But to be penetrated is a mark of imperfection which will 76 Suppl, 84| book: and sin leaves its mark upon the conscience according ~ 77 Suppl, 84| bearing witness," ~etc. which mark, seemingly, is nothing else 78 Suppl, 86| the time?' The text of Mark reads: 'Art Thou come to


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