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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sheep

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1 1, 59 | irrational animals; for the ~sheep flies from the wolf by a 2 1, 60 | irrational animals; for the ~sheep flies from the wolf by a 3 1, 77 | disadvantages: just as the sheep runs away when it sees a 4 1, 80 | estimative power; for instance, a sheep, esteeming ~the wolf as 5 1, 80 | appetites: for instance, ~the sheep, fearing the wolf, flees 6 1, 82 | brute animals. For the sheep, seeing the wolf, judges 7 1, 95 | hostile to one another, as the sheep and the wolf. Therefore 8 1, 113 | consumed Job's servants and sheep; when the storm ~struck 9 2, 13 | see for ourselves ~that a sheep will eat one grass and refuse 10 2, 29 | instance, a wolf in regard to a sheep. Hence a sheep hates ~the 11 2, 29 | regard to a sheep. Hence a sheep hates ~the wolf universally. 12 2, 91 | but against the law of a sheep or another meek ~animal. 13 2, 102 | sacrifice ~to God, viz. oxen, sheep and goats; of birds, generally 14 2, 102 | For they worshipped the sheep; they reverenced the ram ( 15 2, 105 | oxen for one ox, and four ~sheep for one sheep." Moreover, 16 2, 105 | and four ~sheep for one sheep." Moreover, certain slight 17 2, 105 | thy brother's ox or his sheep go astray; but thou shalt 18 2, 105 | twice their value. But ~sheep cannot be easily safeguarded 19 2, 105 | happened more frequently that sheep were stolen ~in the fields. 20 2, 105 | penalty, by ~ordering four sheep to be restored for the theft 21 2, 105 | do not graze in flocks as sheep do; wherefore a yet more ~ 22 2, 105 | to be restored. But the sheep was useful ~in four ways: " 23 2, 108 | according to Jn. 10:27: "My sheep hear My voice . . . and ~ 24 2, 11 | decayed flesh, expel the mangy sheep from the fold, lest the 25 2, 28 | distressed, and lying like sheep that have no shepherd."~ 26 2, 38 | The wolf comes upon the sheep, when any unjust ~and rapacious 27 2, 38 | and was not, leaveth the sheep, end ~flieth, for he fears 28 2, 59 | any man steal an ox or a sheep, and kill or sell it, ~he 29 2, 59 | oxen for one ox and four sheep for one sheep." ~Thirdly 30 2, 59 | ox and four sheep for one sheep." ~Thirdly retaliation is 31 2, 60 | shall steal an ox ~or a sheep and kill or sell it, he 32 2, 60 | oxen for one ox, ~and four sheep for one sheep." Now everyone 33 2, 60 | and four sheep for one sheep." Now everyone is bound 34 2, 62 | killed another man's ox or sheep (Ex. ~22:1). Therefore the 35 2, 64 | any man steal an ox or a sheep . . . he shall restore have 36 2, 64 | oxen ~for one ox, and four sheep for one sheep." Therefore 37 2, 64 | and four sheep for one sheep." Therefore theft is not 38 2, 85 | the tithes of oxen and ~sheep and goats, that pass under 39 2, 85 | Law that he who ~stole a sheep should restore four sheep ( 40 2, 85 | sheep should restore four sheep (Ex. 22:1), and if any king 41 2, 85 | one parish, and graze the sheep in another. Now in all these 42 2, 120 | thy brother's ox or his ~sheep go astray, but thou shalt 43 2, 120 | among you, that hath one ~sheep, and if the same fall into 44 2, 170 | to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening ~ 45 2, 182 | lay down his life for his sheep," according to Jn. 10:15. ~ 46 2, 182 | down their life for ~their sheep," so too are parish priests 47 2, 182 | have the chief cure of the sheep of their diocese, ~while 48 2, 182 | down their life for the sheep, except in so far as they 49 2, 183 | according to Jn. 21:17, "Feed My sheep." ~Another thing is the 50 2, 183 | pastoral care of Christ's sheep. Hence Augustine, ~commenting 51 2, 183 | commenting on Jn. 21:17, "Feed My sheep," says (Tract. cxxiii in 52 2, 183 | giveth his life for his sheep."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 53 2, 183 | coming, and leaveth ~the sheep and flieth": and Gregory 54 2, 183 | the wolf ~comes upon the sheep when any man by his injustice 55 2, 183 | lay down his life for his sheep.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 56 2, 183 | himself for the ~sake of his sheep, if he uses his authority 57 2, 185 | to you in the clothing of sheep": and a gloss on Apoc. 6: 58 2, 185 | Monte ii, ~24) that "the sheep should not dislike their 59 3, 7 | was not sent but to the sheep that are lost of the house 60 3, 40 | in his search of the lost sheep, and the physician in ~his 61 3, 42 | was not sent but to the ~sheep that are lost of the house 62 3, 42 | was not sent but to the sheep that are lost in the house 63 3, 49 | thus, "when a man steals a sheep he ~shall pay back four" ( 64 3, 58 | 25:33): "He shall set the sheep on His ~right hand."~Aquin.: 65 3, 70 | When a bullock, or a sheep, or a goat, is ~brought 66 3, 74 | fruits of ~the earth and sheep." Others, called Cataphrygae 67 3, 89 | shall not rise; because the sheep that has once strayed, ~ 68 3, 89 | made shepherd of Christ's sheep, as appears ~from Jn. 21: 69 Suppl, 8 | rectors might know their sheep by sight. But sometimes 70 Suppl, 8 | two reasons to know the sheep by ~sight. First, in order 71 Suppl, 8 | flock, and ~to know the sheep by sight thus belongs to 72 Suppl, 8 | health; and to know ~the sheep by sight thus belongs to 73 Suppl, 8 | to this ~knowledge of the sheep that confession is ordained.~ 74 Suppl, 40| 22:32), and: "Feed My ~sheep" (Jn. 21:17), i.e. according


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