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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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depart

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | wherefrom": "All they that depart ~from Thee shall be written 2 1, 10 | Further, it is written "Depart, ye cursed into eternal [ 3 1, 19 | Hence that which seems to depart from the divine will in 4 1, 20 | be freed ~from them, and depart to God. God, he says, loves 5 1, 63 | Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from Me'], you cursed, into 6 1, 64 | Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from Me'], you cursed, into 7 1, 103 | just as ~that which cannot depart, does not need to be kept 8 1, 112 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As men depart from the natural instinct 9 1, 112 | passion, so also do they depart from the instigation of 10 2, 13 | impossible ~to them, they depart, as being unable to proceed 11 2, 18 | are not good, ~since they depart from virtue; and thus they 12 2, 68 | Holy Ghost. But, lest they depart from the perfection of charity, 13 2, 71 | from which if that ~thing depart, it is incommensurate. Now 14 2, 72 | the sinner's intention to depart from reason; and ~so sins 15 2, 73 | where one ought not; and to depart thus from the rule of reason 16 2, 100 | are already on ~the way to depart from us, no benefit is expected 17 2, 102 | Egyptians pressing them to depart"; and to eat roast meat, ~ 18 2, 105 | and that they should ~not depart from the paths of justice.~ 19 2, 105 | witnesses might not easily ~depart from the truth, the Law 20 2, 105 | whereby he was free to depart in the ~seventh year of 21 2, 112 | shall not see Him; if He depart I shall not understand." ~ 22 2, 8 | understand that we ~ought not to depart from matters of faith, for 23 2, 10 | while his mind does not depart from a true and right judgment" 24 2, 10 | 15): "If the unbeliever depart, let him ~depart. For a 25 2, 10 | unbeliever depart, let him ~depart. For a brother or sister 26 2, 17 | according to Mt. 25:41: "Depart . . . ~you cursed, into 27 2, 19 | fornicator intends, not to depart from God, but to enjoy ~ 28 2, 31 | ii, 9) ~says that if we depart but little from the mean, 29 2, 31 | the virtue, whereas if we depart much from the mean virtue 30 2, 37 | is written (Num. 16:26): "Depart from the tents of ~these 31 2, 43 | that is wisdom, and to depart from evil, that is understanding." 32 2, 49 | wherein there is need to depart from ~the common law, seem 33 2, 75 | that a good man should not depart from the truth, nor ~inflict 34 2, 127 | troublesome, as nowise to depart from his ~natural estate, 35 2, 156 | Further, all that makes us depart from likeness to God is 36 2, 156 | Now anger always makes us depart from likeness to God, since 37 2, 159 | one's work one should not depart from ~the ordinary way; 38 2, 163 | Mt. 25:41, "Go [Vulg.: 'Depart from Me'] you ~cursed into 39 2, 173 | Unless a man in ~some way depart this life, whether by going 40 2, 178 | and ~unless in some way he depart this life, whether by going 41 3, 44 | besought Him that He would depart from ~their coasts" (Mt. 42 3, 44 | that Christ let the demons depart into the swine, "not as 43 3, 47 | behalf: "(Who) said to God: depart from us, we desire ~not 44 3, 55 | sepulchre "they did not depart" [*Gregory, Hom. xxv in ~ 45 3, 68 | when he is old, he will not depart from it." This reason is ~ 46 3, 73 | chalice even ~though he depart from this world in the unity 47 3, 75 | bread and wine is dissolved, depart from thence by local motion, 48 3, 79 | breathing forth fire, thus do we depart from that table, being made ~ 49 3, 80 | for saying (Lk. 5:8), "Depart from me, for I am a sinful 50 3, 80 | too, when Peter had said, "Depart from me, for I am a sinful 51 Suppl, 62| commandeth that the wife depart not from her husband. and, 52 Suppl, 62| her husband. and, if she depart, ~that she remain unmarried."~ 53 Suppl, 62| Cor. 7:11): "And if she depart, that ~she remain unmarried, 54 Suppl, 70| our Lord ~(Mt. 25:41), "Depart from Me, you cursed, into 55 Suppl, 71| Serm. xxxii): "If a man depart this life without the faith ~ 56 Suppl, 72| is written (Mt. 25:41): "Depart . . . you cursed . . . ~ 57 Suppl, 75| comes to a standstill must depart from this life.~Aquin.: 58 Suppl, 94| fire only, in the words: "Depart from Me, ~you cursed, into 59 Suppl, 94| other is ~everlasting: "Depart from Me, you cursed, into 60 Suppl, 96| is written (Mt. 25:41): "Depart from Me, you cursed, ~into 61 Suppl, 96| And since for those who depart this life ~without grace 62 Appen1, 1| QUALITY OF THOSE SOULS WHO DEPART THIS LIFE WITH ORIGINAL 63 Appen1, 1| treat of the souls which depart this life with original 64 Appen1, 1| Whether those souls which depart with original sin alone, 65 Appen1, 1| would seem that souls which depart with none but original sin, ~ 66 Appen1, 1| doubt not ~that children who depart this life without the sacrament 67 Appen1, 1| Therefore souls which depart this life with original


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