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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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progress

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, progress in virtue is only by grace. 2 1, 43 | mission is not according to progress in virtue; because progress 3 1, 43 | progress in virtue; because progress in ~virtue is continuous, 4 1, 43 | takes place also as regards progress ~in virtue or increase of 5 1, 62 | the beatified ~angels can progress in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 62 | the contrary, Merit and progress belong to this present condition 7 1, 62 | the end, to which infinite progress is repugnant. Now it is 8 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, progress in virtue is only by grace. 9 1, 43 | mission is not according to progress in virtue; because progress 10 1, 43 | progress in virtue; because progress in ~virtue is continuous, 11 1, 43 | takes place also as regards progress ~in virtue or increase of 12 1, 63 | the beatified ~angels can progress in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 63 | the contrary, Merit and progress belong to this present condition 14 1, 63 | the end, to which infinite progress is repugnant. Now it is 15 1, 81 | natural things we observe a progress ~from imperfect things to 16 1, 107 | inferior angels will not progress in the ~knowledge of some 17 1, 113 | endeavor to hinder ~man's progress; and through pride usurp 18 2, 37 | movement be hindered in its progress, ~it will be repugnant to 19 2, 69 | when a ~man begins to make progress in the acts of the virtues 20 2, 87 | exercises in order to make progress in virtue; so ~that whatever 21 2, 114 | movement, but to the whole progress of ~the movement. But the 22 2, 114 | grace is eternal life; and ~progress in this movement is by the 23 2, 1 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Progress in knowledge occurs in two 24 2, 1 | he one or many, who makes progress in knowledge ~as time goes 25 2, 1 | and this is the kind of progress that takes place in ~sciences 26 2, 1 | in this way that men made progress ~in the knowledge of faith 27 2, 2 | many are unable to make ~progress in the study of science, 28 2, 23 | Even if he has ~made great progress, let none of the faithful 29 2, 23 | three degrees, beginning, ~progress, and perfection?~Aquin.: 30 2, 23 | of charity, ~beginning, progress, and perfection. For there 31 2, 23 | Further, charity begins to progress as soon as it begins to 32 2, 23 | charity to increase is ~to progress. Therefore perfect charity 33 2, 23 | chief ~pursuit is to aim at progress in good, and this is the 34 2, 23 | beginners in charity may progress, ~yet the chief care that 35 2, 23 | 3: Even the perfect make progress in charity: yet this is 36 2, 30 | who teaches another, makes progress in knowledge, which cannot 37 2, 34 | which we ought to strive ~to progress with those who are better 38 2, 41 | can be hindered in their progress ~along the spiritual way, 39 2, 81 | note of the amount of our ~progress in that desire, and to arouse 40 2, 98 | spiritual things do not ~progress without corporal things, 41 2, 113 | that he may strive to make progress in ~good, this will belong 42 2, 113 | that he may make spiritual progress ~therein. But it would be 43 2, 124 | himself, or ~as regards the progress he may cause in others. 44 2, 140 | most conducive to man's progress in the good of reason: for 45 2, 160 | Anselm correspond to the progress of ~any particular sin: 46 2, 172 | degree of prophecy made progress.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 47 2, 178 | being twofold: first, "its ~progress towards things that are 48 2, 178 | something of uniformity with progress ~to various points is compared 49 2, 180 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Progress from the active to the contemplative 50 2, 181 | difference of beginning, progress, and perfection is applied 51 2, 181 | difference of beginning, progress, and perfection. Therefore 52 2, 181 | distinction of beginning, progress, and perfection ~seems to 53 2, 181 | according to beginning, progress, and perfection.~Aquin.: 54 2, 181 | beginning of virtue, other its ~progress, and other still its perfection."~ 55 2, 182 | does not result from a mere progress in grace, except when a 56 2, 184 | the mind against spiritual progress.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 57 2, 184 | men than those who made progress in monasteries, so have 58 2, 187 | simple doctrine while we progress; until having grown out 59 2, 187 | equal, it is easier to make progress in ~a religious order to 60 2, 187 | the hope of making greater progress in the lesser ~order. On 61 2, 187 | often thwart our spiritual progress, according to ~Mic. 7:6, " 62 3, 26 | information about the movement* in progress at that time towards ~a 63 3, 34 | attained not ~by making progress, but by receiving it from 64 3, 39 | real, by its ~making bodily progress with the advance of time; 65 3, 39 | advance of time; and lest this progress ~should be deemed imaginary, 66 3, 59 | continue to derive its ~progress from the preaching of the 67 3, 72 | is more ~efficacious for progress in good; since it is a spiritual 68 3, 83 | Gradual," ~which signifies progress in life; then the "Alleluia" 69 3, 86 | works will make but little progress so as to be any better, ~ 70 3, 87 | the obstacles to spiritual progress, such as ~venial sins are.~ 71 Suppl, 64| prevent a ~person's spiritual progress is a sin against the Holy


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