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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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miraculously

   Part, Question
1 1, 103 | of things; others happen miraculously, ~and not in accordance 2 1, 103 | those things which ~occur miraculously, are ordered for the manifestation 3 1, 105 | it happens that God works miraculously outside the order of corporeal ~ 4 2, 63 | save perhaps ~sometimes miraculously, those things that can be 5 2, 63 | God wished to give a man ~miraculously virtues, such as those that 6 2, 81 | contracted by anyone formed miraculously from ~some part of the human 7 2, 81 | contracted by a person formed miraculously ~from human flesh?~Aquin.: 8 2, 81 | contracted by a person ~formed miraculously from human flesh. For a 9 2, 102 | that bodily leprosy was miraculously cured by the legal rite, 10 2, 103 | leper would be cleansed miraculously by the power of God, ~but 11 2, 109 | knowledge. And yet at times God miraculously instructs some by His grace ~ 12 2, 109 | sometimes ~brings about miraculously what nature can do.~Aquin.: 13 2, 1 | is that ~Christ's body is miraculously contained therein and thus 14 2, 122 | of ~their free will was miraculously accelerated, so that they 15 2, 150 | there is that which can be ~miraculously restored by God, namely 16 2, 152 | so, that which is done miraculously by the Divine power is not 17 3, 4 | cxxxvii): "In deeds wrought miraculously the whole reason ~of the 18 3, 13 | the heavenly bodies were ~miraculously changed from their course, 19 3, 28 | these things took place miraculously by ~Divine power. Whence 20 3, 28 | virginity which had been miraculously preserved in her.~Aquin.: 21 3, 31 | Further, as the woman was miraculously formed from the man, so ~ 22 3, 31 | Christ's body was formed miraculously from the Virgin. But the 23 3, 33 | Man, although He ~had it miraculously; thus, too, the blind man 24 3, 33 | sees naturally by sight miraculously received.~Aquin.: SMT TP 25 3, 35 | Further, Christ was born miraculously of the Blessed Virgin. But ~ 26 3, 41 | to seek to ~obtain food miraculously for mere bodily support. 27 3, 41 | support. Hence the Lord ~miraculously provided the children of 28 3, 41 | in like fashion ~Christ miraculously provided the crowds with 29 3, 44 | the moon, while returning miraculously from the east to the ~west, 30 3, 44 | those who had been healed miraculously ~to tell no one, as appears 31 3, 44 | fitting that ~Christ, by miraculously healing men in particular, 32 3, 45 | to the gifts, that He had miraculously. The same is to be said, ~ 33 3, 46 | since it was fashioned ~miraculously by the operation of the 34 3, 54 | bodies not glorified are miraculously unseen: as was by a miracle ~ 35 3, 57 | God can bring it about ~miraculously that a body be with another 36 3, 66 | pure ~water gushing forth miraculously like the blood from a dead 37 3, 69 | the Divine power produces miraculously in Baptism: ~thus on Rm. 38 3, 72 | God ~sent sensible signs miraculously.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 39 3, 72 | visible signs, wrought ~miraculously by God, Who can bestow the 40 3, 72 | effect ~of Confirmation miraculously: but not the sacrament of 41 3, 75 | because they are bestowed ~miraculously upon the accidents themselves, 42 3, 76 | dimensions, or at least miraculously, as they also subsist miraculously ~ 43 3, 76 | miraculously, as they also subsist miraculously ~after the fashion of substance.~ 44 3, 76 | flesh or a child appears ~miraculously in this sacrament?~Aquin.: 45 3, 76 | flesh or a ~child appears miraculously in this sacrament. Because 46 3, 76 | heaven: yet what appears ~miraculously in this sacrament is sometimes 47 3, 76 | not seen, but a species miraculously formed either in the ~eyes 48 3, 77 | maintained that ~this is done miraculously in virtue of the consecration, 49 3, 77 | either be naturally or ~miraculously. But they cannot be corrupted 50 3, 77 | Neither can they be corrupted miraculously, because the miracles ~which 51 3, 77 | to ~whom sight is given miraculously, sees naturally.~Aquin.: 52 3, 77 | that anything takes ~place miraculously in this sacrament, except 53 3, 77 | actual consecration it is ~miraculously bestowed on the dimensive 54 3, 77 | own nature, and receives miraculously the power and property of ~ 55 3, 82 | If Christ's body appears miraculously upon the altar under ~the 56 Suppl, 65| place in natural ~things miraculously, by way of exception to 57 Suppl, 69| from those which are done miraculously." Consequently, according ~ 58 Suppl, 69| which can only be done miraculously by the Divine ~power, and 59 Suppl, 71| applies ~to all those who were miraculously raised from the dead, many 60 Suppl, 73| thing, though ~it be given miraculously, the act that ensues is 61 Suppl, 80| a thing cannot be done miraculously either against the ~common 62 Suppl, 80| possible for two bodies to be miraculously together in the same place.~ 63 Suppl, 80| impossible for one body to be miraculously in two ~places locally (


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