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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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partake

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | Therefore all natural things partake of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 2, 24 | rational, in so ~far as "they partake of reason in some sort" ( 3 2, 50 | of themselves, as ~not to partake of Divine wisdom and goodness, 4 2, 50 | so far as they ~need to partake of something from without, 5 2, 52 | it causes the subject to partake ~more perfectly of a pre-existing 6 2, 73 | they have in so far as they partake of prudence, yet there ~ 7 2, 74 | sin, in so far as ~they partake of will and reason.~Aquin.: 8 2, 91 | evident that all things partake somewhat of the eternal ~ 9 2, 91 | Even irrational animals partake in their own way of the ~ 10 2, 91 | creatures, however, do ~not partake thereof in a rational manner, 11 2, 93 | and as to the others, they partake of the knowledge ~of truth, 12 2, 93 | laws, in so far as they partake of right ~reason, are derived 13 2, 93 | natural contingents do not partake of reason in ~any way, but 14 2, 93 | Irrational creatures neither partake of nor are obedient ~to 15 2, 93 | reason: whereas they do partake of the Divine Reason by 16 2, 93 | of reason, and yet do not partake of reason, since they have 17 2, 98 | make man ~altogether fit to partake of everlasting happiness. 18 2, 102 | offer victims to God should partake thereof, ~according to the 19 2, 102 | they are most ~clean, and partake of a most clean food: whereas 20 2, 102 | life of the faithful who ~partake of Christ's body, according 21 2, 102 | fishes they were allowed to partake of the drier kinds, of which 22 2, 102 | they were forbidden to partake of those of ~any animals 23 2, 103 | countries, while people partake of them in others.~Aquin.: 24 2, 2 | something particular, while they partake of the Divine ~goodness 25 2, 23 | Further, men and angels partake of happiness according to 26 2, 84 | they that serve the ~altar partake with the altar, according 27 2, 98 | they that serve the altar, partake with the altar?"~Aquin.: 28 2, 101 | Now the creature does not partake of the power to create by ~ 29 2, 145 | forbade those who fast to partake of those foods which both 30 2, 152 | a man were knowingly to partake of a food which would ~alter 31 2, 165 | Those who refused to partake of the ~king's meat and 32 2, 185 | They that serve the altar partake with the altar. So also ~ 33 2, 185 | that laboreth must ~first partake of the fruits," which a 34 2, 187 | flesh, so that I grew up to partake ~of the bread of angels, 35 3, 7 | cause, the more ~does it partake of its influence. Now the 36 3, 8 | simply, viz. so that man partake of the life of grace. For, 37 3, 8 | only men but even angels partake, since it is written (Eph. ~ 38 3, 22 | therefore say that other priests partake in the ~effect of their 39 3, 60 | intelligible effects do not partake of the nature of a sign ~ 40 3, 60 | likeness, in so far as they partake of a certain ~significative 41 3, 67 | bread, one body, all that partake ~of one bread and one chalice." 42 3, 73 | bread, one body, all that partake of one bread": from which 43 3, 73 | through it, both because we partake of His flesh ~and Godhead, 44 3, 74 | who take ~Christ's body to partake also of His blood, as will 45 3, 78 | and in those others who partake of it; but likewise in ~ 46 3, 79 | drink ~which maketh them who partake thereof to be immortal and 47 3, 79 | is ~offered for all who partake of it. For it is said in 48 3, 80 | when one takes it so as to partake of its effect. Now, ~as 49 3, 80 | dinner or supper in order to partake of it, or ~receive it at 50 3, 80 | await the rest, let him partake of his food at ~home, that 51 3, 81 | Consequently, in no way did Christ partake ~of this sacrament.~Aquin.: 52 3, 81 | His disciples, but did not partake of it Himself. But ~this 53 3, 81 | differently from others who partake ~of it both sacramentally 54 3, 82 | himself to be the first to partake, as ~Dionysius says (Eccl. 55 3, 83 | every day, both that we may partake ~of its fruit and in order 56 3, 83 | to others, ought first to partake ~thereof himself.~Aquin.: 57 Suppl, 64| intercourse with his wife cannot partake of ~the flesh of the Lamb 58 Suppl, 77| instance if a man were to ~partake of human flesh which would 59 Suppl, 77| man, if the latter were to partake of ~his flesh. Therefore 60 Suppl, 78| rise again (namely not to ~partake of food) for the aforesaid 61 Suppl, 96| drink ~whereof Christians partake in common. Therefore all 62 Suppl, 96| refers not to those who partake only ~sacramentally, and


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