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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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perfecting

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1 1, 67 | 3: As heat acts towards perfecting the form of fire, as an ~ 2 1, 76 | it takes as formal and ~perfecting; thence it gathers the " 3 1, 68 | 3: As heat acts towards perfecting the form of fire, as an ~ 4 1, 75 | it takes as formal and ~perfecting; thence it gathers the " 5 1, 96 | even if belonging to the ~perfecting process of nature. Thus 6 1, 105 | subject by the ultimate perfecting form: for the created ~mind 7 1, 105 | another. But cleansing ~and perfecting seem to belong to the will: 8 1, 105 | Reply OBJ 1: Cleansing and perfecting are to be understood according 9 1, 105 | in the intellect; and as perfecting unto the ~consummate end 10 1, 107 | enlightening," ~and "perfecting." For the order of deacons 11 1, 107 | enlightening," and of bishops "perfecting," as Dionysius ~says (Eccl. 12 1, 108 | not without cleansing and perfecting, ~as stated above (Q[106], 13 2, 4 | for science. Secondly, as perfecting it: thus the soul is necessary 14 2, 5 | the ~same principle as the perfecting thereof. Since, therefore, 15 2, 17 | four ways of moving, "by perfecting, by disposing, by commanding, 16 2, 56 | must needs be some habit perfecting in respect of acting ~well, 17 2, 56 | does the power need a habit perfecting it unto doing well, which ~ 18 2, 56 | will does not need a virtue perfecting it. But if man's will is ~ 19 2, 58 | since virtue is a habit perfecting man in view of ~his doing 20 2, 58 | Human virtue is a habit perfecting man in view of his ~doing 21 2, 58 | does not ~require a virtue perfecting the appetite, as prudence 22 2, 59 | pity we understand a habit perfecting man so that he bestows pity ~ 23 2, 61 | fittingly divided into social, perfecting, perfect, ~and exemplar 24 2, 61 | divided into social virtues, ~perfecting, perfect, and exemplar virtues?~ 25 2, 61 | into exemplar virtues, perfecting virtues, perfect virtues, 26 2, 61 | Somn. Scip. 1) that the ~"perfecting" virtues are those of the 27 2, 61 | Therefore there are no ~"perfecting" virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FS 28 2, 61 | virtues; secondly, there are perfecting virtues [*Virtutes purgatoriae: ~ 29 2, 61 | and these are called ~"perfecting" virtues. Thus prudence, 30 2, 61 | second ~kind," viz. the perfecting virtues, "uproot them"; " 31 2, 62 | theological virtues, one perfecting the intellect, the other, 32 2, 68 | they are Divine ~virtues, perfecting man as moved by God. Hence 33 2, 68 | the gifts are habits perfecting ~man so that he is ready 34 2, 76 | privation of knowledge ~perfecting the reason that forbids 35 2, 112 | cleansing and enlightenment and ~perfecting is nothing else than the 36 2, 112 | adds ~(Eph. 4:12): "For the perfecting of the saints . . . for 37 2, 4 | former by confirming ~and perfecting it, in the latter by creating 38 2, 8 | but is added thereto as ~perfecting it. Wherefore this addition 39 2, 17 | charity suffices for the perfecting of the will, which is the 40 2, 50 | prudence, as helping ~and perfecting it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] 41 2, 179 | cleansing, enlightening, and ~perfecting him: and thus they have 42 2, 181 | in various ways, ~for the perfecting of the body of the Church. 43 2, 181 | pastors and doctors ~for the perfecting of the saints." Secondly, 44 2, 182 | pontiffs ~is consummative and perfecting, that of the priests is 45 2, 184 | flesh and of the spirit, perfecting ~sanctification in the fear 46 2, 184 | order is subjected to the perfecting virtues of the bishops, 47 3, 7 | according to Eph. 4:12: "For the perfecting of ~the saints, for the 48 3, 27 | nature, but for a certain perfecting of that which it has already ~ 49 3, 61 | against ~sin or as means of perfecting the soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP 50 3, 62 | grace is ordained to the perfecting of the soul. Therefore sacramental ~ 51 3, 63 | against sins; and for the perfecting of the soul in ~things pertaining 52 3, 64 | cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[64] A[ 53 3, 64 | is not necessary for the perfecting of ~a sacrament.~Aquin.: 54 3, 65 | cleansing," "enlightening," and "perfecting." Mere ~cleansing, however, 55 3, 65 | and Extreme Unction. And perfecting, as ~regards power, which 56 3, 68 | way His work consists ~in perfecting what was begun outwardly. 57 3, 72 | iv): "There is a certain perfecting operation which our ~guides," 58 3, 78 | when the time comes for ~perfecting the sacrament, the priest 59 3, 78 | minister does nothing in ~perfecting this sacrament, except to 60 3, 79 | by way of nourishing and perfecting him through Christ. Consequently ~ 61 3, 82 | chrism, has the power of perfecting. But it belongs, not ~to 62 3, 83 | the priest asks for the perfecting of ~this sacrament, saying: " 63 Suppl, 10| punishment is a cleansing and perfecting remedy; and so this punishment ~ 64 Suppl, 29| cleansing, or enlightening, or perfecting. Now ~Extreme Unction does 65 Suppl, 29| ascribed to Baptism alone, or perfecting, for according to ~Dionysius ( 66 Suppl, 31| Hier. v), the office of ~perfecting belongs to a bishop, just 67 Suppl, 34| he receives them for the ~perfecting of his own state only, whereas 68 Suppl, 37| cleansing, ~enlightening, and perfecting. Thus they say that the 69 Suppl, 37| Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. v), perfecting belongs ~to the bishops 70 Suppl, 40| extends both to this and to perfecting. Therefore the ~episcopal 71 Suppl, 70| acts of the organs, by perfecting them for their proper operations, 72 Suppl, 70| heat is the act of fire by perfecting it for the purpose of heating. ~ 73 Suppl, 81| to glorified bodies as ~perfecting them in sensation. Therefore 74 Suppl, 81| be ~ascribed to them as perfecting them in movement.~Aquin.: 75 Suppl, 89| seen, and this is something perfecting the sight so as to see in 76 Suppl, 93| cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting [*Cf. FP, Q[111], A[1]]


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