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assimilated 22
assimilates 3
assimilation 26
assist 63
assistance 108
assistant 4
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64 truths
63 adore
63 assigns
63 assist
63 cardinal
63 celebrated
63 firstly
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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assist

   Part, Question
1 1, 66 | of the highest rank, who assist [*Infra, Q[112], A[3]], 2 1, 67 | of the highest rank, who assist [*Infra, Q[112], A[3]], 3 1, 90 | of a heavenly body may assist by co-operation in the work 4 1, 111 | Whether those who are sent, assist?~(4) From what orders they 5 1, 111 | the angels who are sent, assist?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 6 1, 111 | angels who are sent also assist. For ~Gregory says (Hom. 7 1, 111 | the angels are sent, and assist; ~for, though the angelic 8 1, 111 | the angels who are sent, assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 9 1, 111 | who are sent to minister, assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 10 1, 111 | the inferior angels do not assist, the reason is ~because 11 1, 111 | the highest angel would assist; which is contrary to the ~ 12 1, 111 | angels who are sent also assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 13 1, 111 | Moral. xvii): "Those powers assist, who do not go forth ~as 14 1, 111 | sent in ministry do not ~assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 15 1, 111 | said to administer, not to ~assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 16 1, 111 | who minister, are ~said to assist. Hence Gregory says (Moral. 17 1, 111 | our salvation can always assist and see the ~face of the 18 1, 111 | highest hierarchy are ~said to assist, whose special prerogative 19 1, 111 | as also among those who assist ~the king, one knows more 20 1, 111 | For all the angels either assist, or minister, according 21 1, 111 | second hierarchy do not assist; for they are ~enlightened 22 1, 111 | more who ~minister than who assist." This would not be the 23 1, 111 | numerous than those who assist; because he takes the ~words ( 24 1, 111 | six administer and three assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 25 2, 63 | aforesaid sensitive powers assist. In this way one man has 26 2, 68 | The gifts are bestowed to assist the virtues and to ~remedy 27 2, 68 | perfection of charity, they ~assist one another. This is what 28 2, 98 | means of the workmen who assist him under ~his direction. 29 2, 102 | to be an act of piety to assist at the burial of one's friends: 30 2, 102 | is a figure of ~those who assist the strong to prey on the 31 2, 16 | as to a helper strong to assist: whereas charity, properly ~ 32 2, 30 | sick. In like manner to assist ~a man against any distress 33 2, 69 | because to counsel or ~assist an action is, in a way, 34 2, 75 | is ~the only one who can assist him. Now the seller who 35 2, 81 | the ~individual, and to assist them, is an act of perfection.~ 36 2, 115 | De ~Offic. i): "If you assist to rob others of their possessions, 37 2, 116 | not softened by mercy to assist the needy with his ~riches [* 38 2, 166 | case one would have to ~assist him, for Ambrose says (De 39 2, 183 | good men were willing to ~assist her in her labor, you would 40 2, 183 | than they should, or not to assist others, in ~accordance with 41 2, 183 | for himself, and fails to assist others ~according to the 42 2, 184 | Ezech.) that those who ~assist "the needy with the things 43 2, 185 | on (Rm. 16:2), "that you assist her in ~whatsoever business 44 2, 185 | according to a ~gloss, to assist the helpless in their time 45 2, 185 | having the wherewithal to assist the ~poor: for in such a 46 2, 186 | office. ~Consequently to assist one's superiors in such 47 2, 186 | lower order who in any way assist the ~bishops in their office. 48 2, 186 | to give hospitality or to assist the poor; and that those ~ 49 3, 67 | officially as it were; but to ~assist and serve his elders in 50 3, 67 | It is a deacon's duty to ~assist and serve the priests, in 51 3, 71 | belongs to the deacons to assist the priests in all ~things 52 3, 71 | while the inferior ministers assist ~the priest in those things 53 3, 82 | Communion from them, or to assist at their mass.~Aquin.: SMT 54 Suppl, 23| the precept of charity to assist him. These are all contained 55 Suppl, 37| Moses seventy ancients to assist him. Thirdly, that men may 56 Suppl, 71| can. Now ~it is better to assist two than one. Therefore 57 Suppl, 71| by nature best adapted to assist the dead, which pertain ~ 58 Suppl, 71| contrary, It is better to assist many than one. If therefore 59 Suppl, 72| in danger, and manifestly assist them. Since then, after 60 Suppl, 72| friends and kindred and assist them in ~their needs: and 61 Suppl, 72| to their glory that they assist the needy ~for their salvation: 62 Suppl, 72| for others, or rather to assist others by reason of their 63 Suppl, 80| Divine ~power, which will assist them in all things at will.~


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