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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | to ~intermediate causes, holding that what God produces by 2 1, 46 | implies a space capable of holding a body and in which there 3 1, 62 | opinions on this point, ~some holding that the angels were created 4 1, 63 | creature can exist ~except by holding its existence under God. 5 1, 66 | one respect, ~namely, in holding it to be the place of the 6 1, 68 | prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~of the opinions 7 1, 70 | if we follow Augustine in holding the ~light made on the first 8 1, 75 | xix, 3) commends Varro as ~holding "that man is not a mere 9 1, 76 | self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that man is an intellectual 10 1, 47 | implies a space capable of holding a body and in which there 11 1, 63 | opinions on this point, ~some holding that the angels were created 12 1, 64 | creature can exist ~except by holding its existence under God. 13 1, 67 | one respect, ~namely, in holding it to be the place of the 14 1, 69 | prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~of the opinions 15 1, 71 | if we follow Augustine in holding the ~light made on the first 16 1, 74 | xix, 3) commends Varro as ~holding "that man is not a mere 17 1, 75 | self, as Plato maintained, ~holding that man is an intellectual 18 1, 92 | Consol. iii) says of God: "Holding the ~world in His mind, 19 1, 101 | Nothing ~prevents us from holding, within proper limits, a 20 1, 114 | organs, as some maintained, holding that intellect does not 21 2, 4 | comprehension means nothing but the ~holding of something already present 22 2, 5 | to have the surety of his holding: else he must of necessity 23 2, 34 | But they were wrong in holding this opinion. Because, since ~ 24 2, 47 | in Ep. ~ad Rom.). But by holding his tongue he does the other 25 2, 59 | Their second reason for holding this opinion was that sorrow 26 2, 61 | The good of being firm in holding to the good defined by reason, ~ 27 2, 61 | temperance, whereby a man, holding his passions on the curb, ~ 28 2, 74 | drive it away, "deliberately holding and turning over what ~should 29 2, 82 | concupiscible passions, as holding the principle place: ~and 30 2, 102 | have shoes on your feet, holding staves in your ~hands, and 31 2, 105 | of states has ~been the holding of property by women, as 32 2, 11 | were; while the things by holding ~which one assents to that 33 2, 11 | differed either in matters the holding of which in this or that 34 2, 12 | says (Council, Roman V): "Holding to the ~institutions of 35 2, 19 | proposition, except ~through the holding of a particular proposition. 36 2, 23 | work, and with the other holding the sword as ~related in 37 2, 28 | those who ~have charity from holding different opinions. Nor 38 2, 29 | by doing so, he would be holding communion ~with him. Therefore, 39 2, 31 | to the Church, i.e. as ~holding the position of judge.~ 40 2, 37 | sense of ~his flesh, and not holding the Head, from which the 41 2, 85 | some other cause through holding ~property in their own right, 42 2, 88 | for this ~would amount to holding fellowship with them: except 43 2, 93 | may happen to draw; or by holding out several unequal sticks 44 2, 98 | their knowledge since the holding of the General Council ~[* 45 2, 102 | matters ~obedience, while holding its own, is nonetheless 46 2, 134 | fortitude consists not only in holding fast to ~good against the 47 2, 150 | of ~Jovinian consisted in holding virginity not to be preferable 48 2, 154 | been counselled, through holding ~weakly to reason's judgment; 49 2, 154 | resisting the passion ~by holding to the judgment formed by 50 3, 2 | Now the Catholic faith, holding the mean between the aforesaid ~ 51 3, 3 | Persons, on account ~of holding three personal properties, 52 3, 5 | only flesh, without a soul, holding that the Word took the place 53 3, 16 | reality of ~both terms, holding that Christ is true God 54 3, 18 | had different motives for holding this. For Apollinaris did 55 3, 41 | and fame, to the extent of holding God in contempt. And so ~ 56 3, 46 | violence of someone ~else holding him. But if the external 57 3, 47 | Passion and death. Firstly, by holding His enemies in ~check, so 58 3, 66 | concerning the Trinity, holding that Christ is a mere man, 59 3, 66 | not that Christ is ~God" (holding Him to be a mere man), " 60 3, 78 | rite and manner, ~namely, holding the chalice in his hands. 61 3, 83 | three times by the priest, holding the chalice ~below, then 62 Suppl, 14| satisfaction for one sin while holding to ~another: even as neither 63 Suppl, 23| major excommunication for holding communion with an ~excommunicated 64 Suppl, 23| priest can absolve a man for holding ~communion with those who 65 Suppl, 23| appointed by common ~custom for holding communion with an excommunicated 66 Suppl, 23| decretal is speaking of holding communion in Divine ~worship. 67 Suppl, 23| a consequence: hence by holding ~communion in Divine worship 68 Suppl, 23| commits ~a mortal sin; but by holding communion in other matters, 69 Suppl, 25| entices her child to walk by holding out an ~apple. But this 70 Suppl, 49| OBJ 2: Sacrament, even as holding the third place among the ~ 71 Suppl, 53| the Church. And since the holding of an ~ecclesiastical benefice 72 Suppl, 70| this question. For some, ~holding the view that all the powers 73 Suppl, 72| have been various opinions holding or denying the resurrection. 74 Suppl, 76| answer that, The necessity of holding the resurrection arises 75 Suppl, 84| choose a ~middle way, by holding that they will consider 76 Suppl, 96| punished ~everlastingly, while holding that all men, even unbelievers, 77 Appen2, 1| adds: "This we preach, ~holding to the teaching of truth,


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