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cleanse 77
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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cleanse

   Part, Question
1 1, 105 | enlightens another, so does he cleanse and perfect another. But 2 1, 107 | perfected; and that others ~cleanse, enlighten, and perfect"; 3 1, 107 | hierarchy can not only ~cleanse, but also enlighten and 4 1, 107 | angelic orders it belongs to ~cleanse, enlighten, and perfect. 5 1, 107 | Judgment one angel ~will not cleanse, enlighten, or perfect another, 6 1, 108 | above (Q[106], A[1]). But to cleanse does not befit the demons, ~ 7 2, 72 | says (2 Cor. 7:1): "Let us cleanse ourselves from all defilement 8 2, 102 | The legal rite did not cleanse the leper of his deformity, 9 2, 103 | ceremonies of the Old Law cleanse the soul by justifying it.~ 10 2, 103 | Old Law ~had the power to cleanse: because they were ordered 11 2, 103 | Consequently they could ~not cleanse from sin: thus the Apostle 12 2, 112 | iv, vii, viii), "Angels cleanse, enlighten, and perfect 13 2, 112 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Angels cleanse, enlighten, and perfect 14 2, 112 | sins? From my secret ~ones cleanse me, O Lord, and from those 15 2, 184 | says (2 Cor. 7:1): "Let us cleanse ~ourselves from all defilement 16 3, 4 | behooved Him Who came to cleanse all, not to need cleansing ~ 17 3, 10 | all it can ~do. Now it can cleanse infinite sins, according 18 3, 22 | unspotted unto God, shall cleanse our ~conscience from dead 19 3, 22 | Christ has the power to cleanse ~from sins.~Aquin.: SMT 20 3, 27 | conception: which did not cleanse her from the stain of sin 21 3, 31 | human nature in order to cleanse it of ~corruption. But human 22 3, 31 | Splendor of ~eternal light cleanse whatever It shines upon, 23 3, 37 | sacraments of the Law did not cleanse from the ~uncleanness of 24 3, 39 | not to be cleansed, but to cleanse the waters, that, being 25 3, 39 | cleansed, but ~that He might cleanse, as stated above.~Aquin.: 26 3, 48 | sinless, it had virtue to cleanse from sins. Fourthly, because, 27 3, 49 | Christ's Passion could not cleanse us ~from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 28 3, 64 | sacramental effect ~is to cleanse man from sin and enlighten 29 3, 64 | ministers of the Church "to cleanse, enlighten and perfect," 30 3, 64 | sin: deacons are said to "cleanse," ~inasmuch as they remove 31 3, 64 | themselves unclean, cannot cleanse others from sin, according 32 3, 64 | not by their own power ~cleanse from sin those who approach 33 3, 65 | ecclesiastical hierarchy, namely, "to cleanse, ~to enlighten, to perfect." 34 3, 66 | unspotted unto God, shall cleanse our conscience ~from dead 35 3, 67 | Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v) to "cleanse" is ~part of the deacon' 36 3, 67 | deacon whose duty it is to cleanse only: viz. ~either by driving 37 3, 72 | baptize," which signifies "to cleanse," we can ~understand both 38 3, 78 | blood of Christ . . . shall cleanse our conscience from dead ~ 39 3, 79 | according to Ps. ~18:13: "Lord, cleanse me from my hidden sins"; 40 3, 83 | The priest should always cleanse his mouth with wine after ~ 41 3, 84 | where they were wont to cleanse themselves ~repeatedly from 42 3, 89 | blood of ~Christ . . . shall cleanse our conscience from dead 43 Suppl, 10| making satisfaction, to cleanse himself in this life. ~Secondly, 44 Suppl, 18| power "to touch the body and cleanse the heart," as ~Augustine 45 Suppl, 18| consecration, receive the power to cleanse the heart from ~the stain 46 Suppl, 31| deacons have the power to ~cleanse." Now this sacrament was 47 Suppl, 31| instituted precisely to cleanse from ~sickness of the mind 48 Suppl, 31| deacon has the power to cleanse but not to enlighten. ~Hence, 49 Suppl, 32| who are departing have to cleanse the mind. Hence the latter 50 Suppl, 37| hierarchical acts, namely "to cleanse, to enlighten, and to ~perfect," 51 Suppl, 37| third has one, namely to cleanse; this is the deacon who ~ 52 Suppl, 42| to "touch the body and ~cleanse the heart" [*St. Augustine, 53 Suppl, 72| Whether that fire will cleanse also the higher heavens?~( 54 Suppl, 72| elements?~(6) Whether it will cleanse all the elements?~(7) Whether 55 Suppl, 72| fire will not at any rate cleanse all things.~Aquin.: SMT 56 Suppl, 72| element: because it will cleanse the universe, whereas this ~ 57 Suppl, 72| all directions so as ~to cleanse the whole. Therefore it 58 Suppl, 72| sphere will come down to ~cleanse the world: and they explain 59 Suppl, 72| then, since fire cannot ~cleanse a thing, unless this become 60 Suppl, 72| will ~have the power to cleanse the surface of the world, 61 Suppl, 72| 1~Whether that fire will cleanse also the higher heavens?~ 62 Suppl, 72| seem that that fire will cleanse also the higher ~heavens. 63 Suppl, 72| Further, fire does not cleanse except in so far as other 64 Suppl, 72| as ~in some way it will cleanse them. But when it is said 65 Suppl, 72| consume them but only so as to cleanse them. Nor is it necessary ~ 66 Suppl, 72| final conflagration will cleanse up ~to that point, since 67 Suppl, 72| impossible for the fire to ~cleanse them, and yet the text ( 68 Suppl, 72| burning, so far as ~it shall cleanse the world, will precede 69 Suppl, 72| there will ~be nothing to cleanse will feel no pain at all 70 Suppl, 72| twofold fire, one that will cleanse the elect and will precede ~ 71 Suppl, 72| to ~punish the wicked and cleanse the good." Therefore the 72 Suppl, 72| OBJ 1: The fire that will cleanse the elect before the judgment ~ 73 Suppl, 72| as ~two fires, that will cleanse the good, and torture the 74 Suppl, 75| OBJ 3: The fire that will cleanse the face of the earth will 75 Suppl, 89| vi): "The higher angels ~cleanse the lower angels from ignorance." 76 Suppl, 94| chiefly to ~torment but to cleanse: wherefore it should be 77 Appen2, 1| punishment of Purgatory is to cleanse ~us from the remains of


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