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cathol 2
catholic 72
catholics 7
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73 transgression
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72 catholic
72 chrism
72 continue
72 denied
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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catholic

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1 1, 13 | prevents contradiction. But a Catholic who ~says: "An idol is not 2 1, 13 | contain one idea. ~Now when a Catholic says: "There is one God," 3 1, 13 | Deity. On the other hand, A Catholic signifies the true ~Deity 4 1, 13 | Hence it is evident that a Catholic ~saying that an idol is 5 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Neither a Catholic nor a pagan knows the very 6 1, 13 | an idol is God, as the ~Catholic does in saying an idol is 7 1, 27 | him. In ~that sense the Catholic Faith understands procession 8 1, 51 | As this is contrary to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that 9 1, 57 | this derogates from the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that 10 1, 61 | Ghost, is from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without 11 1, 64 | erroneous; while according to Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly 12 1, 52 | As this is contrary to ~Catholic Faith, which asserts that 13 1, 58 | this derogates from the Catholic faith, ~which asserts that 14 1, 62 | Ghost, is from eternity. ~Catholic Faith holds this without 15 1, 65 | erroneous; while according to Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly 16 1, 89 | perverse, and contrary ~to the Catholic Faith," among which the 17 1, 98 | limbs. On the other hand, no Catholic doubts it ~possible for 18 1, 103 | absolutely ~contrary to the Catholic faith, which confesses that 19 2, 81 | answer that, According to the Catholic Faith we are bound to hold 20 2, 81 | answer that, According to the Catholic Faith we must firmly believe ~ 21 2, 102 | in one house, i.e. ~in a catholic church, and not in the conventicles 22 2, 102 | different seeds," i.e. with Catholic and ~heretical doctrines. 23 2, 111 | things, the principles ~of Catholic doctrine. Secondly, it behooves 24 2, 1 | in' God." Since then the ~Catholic Church is merely a created 25 2, 1 | say: "In ~the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church."~Aquin.: 26 2, 1 | If we say: "'In' the holy Catholic Church," this must be ~taken 27 2, 1 | and say simply, "the holy Catholic ~Church," as Pope Leo [* 28 2, 5 | more able than that of a catholic. Now a ~catholic's intellect 29 2, 5 | that of a catholic. Now a ~catholic's intellect needs the aid 30 2, 10 | decide whether a very wicked Catholic ought to be preferred to 31 2, 10 | to decide between a bad Catholic, and a heretic not sinning ~ 32 2, 10 | conversely the sin of the ~Catholic can, by some circumstance, 33 2, 10 | his father. Thus if the Catholic Church gathers together ~ 34 2, 10 | since the very doctrine of ~catholic doctors derives its authority 35 2, 10 | been many very powerful ~catholic princes like Constantine 36 2, 11 | have been taught in the Catholic ~Church. If anything therein 37 2, 11 | malicious, or even not a catholic but a heretic."~Aquin.: 38 2, 37 | another faith from that of the Catholic ~Church." Therefore schism 39 2, 37 | consecrated according to the Catholic rite, ~but have separated 40 2, 64 | number are to be found in the Catholic Church." Now ~the reason 41 2, 67 | lacking, it is unlawful for a Catholic to appeal to ~an unbelieving 42 2, 67 | can. Catholicus: ~"The Catholic who appeals to the decision 43 2, 122 | martyrdom is honored in the Catholic Church with ~most solemn 44 2, 122 | mother of martyrs is the Catholic faith ~which those glorious 45 2, 170 | ascribed to him] that "Catholic teachers, though they be 46 2, 186 | their most loving mother the Catholic Church had ~done the same 47 3, 2 | Body Para. 4/4~Now the Catholic faith, holding the mean 48 3, 2 | opinion, but an article ~of Catholic faith. So likewise the first 49 3, 5 | thought differently from the Catholic Church concerning the soul 50 3, 16 | supposing the truth of the Catholic belief, that the true Divine ~ 51 3, 16 | in the judgment of ~the Catholic Faith, which affirms that 52 3, 26 | at the very basis of the Catholic doctrine of the Immaculate ~ 53 3, 31 | means," says he, "does the Catholic ~Faith, which believes that 54 3, 64 | yet he does know that the ~Catholic Church intends to confer 55 3, 66 | they come in ~quest of the Catholic Faith." Didymus, too, says ( 56 3, 66 | should be converted to the ~Catholic Church, they were to be 57 3, 66 | baptized when they come to the Catholic Faith."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 58 3, 67 | they are brought up among Catholic Christians, the ~godparents 59 3, 68 | submit to the Law of the Catholic Church, let them for eight 60 3, 76 | to confess according to ~Catholic faith that the entire Christ 61 3, 77 | I agree with the Holy Catholic Church, and ~with heart 62 3, 82 | Dom. xii): ~"Within the Catholic Church, in the mystery of 63 3, 82 | rite, which contains the Catholic ~discipline, claims for 64 3, 82 | true sacrifice ~outside the Catholic Church": and Pope Leo I 65 3, 83 | Arians, consecrate them as Catholic ~churches without delay 66 3, 83 | the place of the ~whole Catholic people, on whose behalf 67 Suppl, 58| non-consummated marriages." Cf. Catholic ~Encyclopedia, article Canonical 68 Suppl, 96| faith, and professed the ~Catholic faith. But against this 69 Suppl, 96| some people profess the Catholic faith, and afterwards abandon 70 Suppl, 96| heresiarchs who renounce the Catholic faith and ~invent new heresies 71 Suppl, 96| persevere to the end in the ~Catholic faith, however guilty they 72 Suppl, 96| who have professed the ~Catholic faith will be freed from


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