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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ashes

   Part, Question
1 1, 92 | called "traces": ~so also ashes are a trace of fire, and 2 2, 102 | by ~the unclean?" But the ashes of the red heifer [*Cf. 3 2, 102 | he that gathered up ~her ashes. Therefore it was unfittingly 4 2, 102 | Hence it is said of the ashes of the cow: "That they may 5 2, 102 | he that gathered up the ashes," and "he that ~sprinkled 6 2, 102 | the water" in which the ashes were placed, were deemed 7 2, 102 | to Christ suffering. The ~ashes of this burning were gathered 8 2, 102 | guilty of Christ's death. The ashes were put into water for 9 2, 102 | who gathered together the ashes, were unclean, ~as also 10 2, 103 | goats and of oxen, and the ~ashes of a heifer, being sprinkled, 11 2, 159 | Lord, whereas I am dust and ashes." In this way humility is 12 2, 160 | 10:9, "Why ~is earth and ashes proud?" and by considering 13 3, 66 | as lye percolates through ashes. Therefore it seems that 14 3, 77 | sacramental species, either ashes, if they be burned, worms 15 3, 77 | atmosphere; hence the worms or ashes ~are not generated therefrom. 16 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine, ashes or worms or something of 17 3, 77 | reason as they can into ashes ~or worms. Consequently, 18 3, 83 | when warn out; and their ~ashes are to be placed in the 19 3, 83 | ablution," together with the ashes, ~thrown into the sacrarium. 20 3, 83 | scrapings burned, and the ashes buried inside the altar ~ 21 3, 83 | which they burn, putting the ashes in the altar or down the 22 3, 83 | are to be burned, and ~the ashes put in the sacrarium, as 23 Suppl, 28| them with holy water, puts ashes on their heads, covers their 24 Suppl, 71| they also may be brought to ashes like him, ~but that thou 25 Suppl, 72| wicked by reducing them to ashes; on the contrary, as the 26 Suppl, 72| of the good be brought to ashes: for it is the ~privilege 27 Suppl, 72| reducing the bodies of both to ashes. But in so far as ~it acts 28 Suppl, 72| not to nothing, ~but to ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 29 Suppl, 72| good will be reduced to ashes by ~the fire, they will 30 Suppl, 72| by its being ~reduced to ashes, and in the soul by the 31 Suppl, 74| namely the gathering of the ashes, the ~refashioning of the 32 Suppl, 74| in the ~gathering of the ashes. Therefore it will not happen 33 Suppl, 74| 4: The gathering of the ashes which cannot be without 34 Suppl, 75| every ~case?~(2) Whether ashes are, or dust?~(3) Whether 35 Suppl, 75| all will rise again from ashes?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 36 Suppl, 75| will not rise again from ashes. For ~Christ's resurrection 37 Suppl, 75| resurrection was ~not from ashes, for His flesh saw not corruption 38 Suppl, 75| will all rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 39 Suppl, 75| thing cannot ~be reduced to ashes unless it be burned. Therefore 40 Suppl, 75| all will rise ~again from ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 41 Suppl, 75| dead man is not reduced to ashes ~immediately after death. 42 Suppl, 75| will not rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 43 Suppl, 75| the wicked rise again from ashes, the good will not rise ~ 44 Suppl, 75| will not rise ~again from ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 45 Suppl, 75| all will rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 46 Suppl, 75| must needs be reduced to ashes. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 47 Suppl, 75| all ~will rise again from ashes, unless the contrary, such 48 Suppl, 75| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By ashes we mean all the remains 49 Suppl, 75| the dead, and to keep ~the ashes, whence it became customary 50 Suppl, 75| remains of a human ~body as ashes. Secondly, on account of 51 Suppl, 75| is said to be reduced to ashes. wherefore ~the name of 52 Suppl, 75| wherefore ~the name of ashes is given to those things 53 Suppl, 75| able to reduce suddenly to ashes the bodies of those that 54 Suppl, 75| Para. 1/1 ~Whether the ashes from which the human body 55 Suppl, 75| It would seem that the ashes from which the human body 56 Suppl, 75| relation to that soul as other ashes. Therefore ~it would make 57 Suppl, 75| were restored from those ashes or from others: and this 58 Suppl, 75| will still remain in ~those ashes a natural inclination towards 59 Suppl, 75| necessaries. Now the aforesaid ashes cannot be ~reunited to the 60 Suppl, 75| there always ~remains in the ashes a certain force besides 61 Suppl, 75| differently that in those ashes ~there is no natural inclination 62 Suppl, 75| which decreed that those ashes should be reunited ~to the 63 Suppl, 75| actually ~remain in the ashes of the dead, but that they 64 Suppl, 75| Divine justice, whereby those ashes are destined to the ~restoration 65 Suppl, 76| necessary that the same ashes should return to the ~same 66 Suppl, 76| be reformed from the same ashes.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 67 Suppl, 76| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the ashes of the human body must needs, 68 Suppl, 76| would seem necessary for the ashes of the human body to ~return, 69 Suppl, 76| of identity. But ~if the ashes return not to the same parts, 70 Suppl, 78| all bodies; and all the ashes from which the human bodies ~ 71 Suppl, 78| of the body - nor to the ashes, as to the state in ~which


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