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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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instrumentally

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in the sacraments of the 2 1, 45 | not by its own power, but instrumentally, inasmuch as it acts by 3 1, 45 | can act ~dispositively and instrumentally to this effect, since creation 4 1, 45 | either by its own power or instrumentally - that is, ~ministerially.~ 5 1, 62 | in so far as it is moved instrumentally by the ~nutritive soul.~ 6 1, 67 | form, so does light act ~instrumentally, by virtue of the heavenly 7 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 4: Grace resides instrumentally in the sacraments of the 8 1, 46 | not by its own power, but instrumentally, inasmuch as it acts by ~ 9 1, 46 | can act ~dispositively and instrumentally to this effect, since creation 10 1, 46 | either by its own power or instrumentally - that is, ~ministerially.~ 11 1, 63 | in so far as it is moved instrumentally by the ~nutritive soul.~ 12 1, 68 | form, so does light act ~instrumentally, by virtue of the heavenly 13 1, 77 | what follows, is caused ~instrumentally by the action of heat, as 14 1, 77 | forces perform their actions ~instrumentally, through the active and 15 1, 117 | elemental heat is employed instrumentally by the ~soul's power, as 16 2, 112 | derived from Christ, ~grace is instrumentally caused by the sacraments, 17 2, 22 | Faith works by love, not instrumentally, as a master by his ~servant, 18 2, 81 | heaven"; in another way instrumentally, and as it were helping 19 2, 109 | for their own sake, but ~instrumentally, as signs of that virtue, 20 2, 115 | contributes to happiness instrumentally, as stated in Ethic. i, 21 2, 124 | as they are helping us instrumentally to attain those things that 22 2, 176 | principal worker, for He uses instrumentally either ~man's inward movement, 23 2, 176 | God works while employing instrumentally ~the faith of a sinner.~ 24 2, 182 | Para. 2/2~Secondarily and instrumentally, however, perfection consists 25 2, 183 | voluntary poverty conduces instrumentally to the perfection of life. ~ 26 2, 184 | thing belongs to perfection instrumentally and dispositively, ~as poverty, 27 2, 184 | that "riches contribute instrumentally to ~happiness." Therefore 28 2, 184 | 8). ~Now wealth conduces instrumentally to the happiness of the 29 2, 184 | however, external goods ~serve instrumentally for certain acts of virtue, 30 3, 8 | God, authoritatively; but instrumentally it belongs also to Him as 31 3, 8 | said to give the Holy Ghost instrumentally, or ministerially, ~according 32 3, 8 | the ~body serves the soul instrumentally. Therefore we must hold 33 3, 8 | principally, but secondarily and instrumentally, as was said ~above.~Aquin.: 34 3, 15 | secondarily and, so to say, instrumentally, ~bodily goods are required 35 3, 16 | human nature it resides instrumentally and ministerially. ~Hence 36 3, 27 | authoritatively as to His Godhead, ~instrumentally as to His humanity: whence ( 37 3, 48 | actions and sufferings operate instrumentally in virtue of His Godhead ~ 38 3, 56 | Christ's Resurrection has instrumentally an effective power not only 39 3, 62 | the principal agent is ~instrumentally in all the instruments that 40 3, 64 | sacramental effect, ~except instrumentally, as stated above. In like 41 3, 64 | meritoriously and efficiently, but ~instrumentally. For it has been stated ( 42 3, 64 | ministers of the Church work ~instrumentally in the sacraments, because, 43 3, 64 | minister of a sacrament works ~instrumentally. But the perfection of an 44 3, 64 | since the minister works ~instrumentally in the sacraments, he acts 45 3, 67 | proper power, but ~only instrumentally by the power of Christ. 46 3, 70 | since ~Baptism operates instrumentally by the power of Christ's 47 3, 77 | all accidental forms act instrumentally in ~virtue of the substantial 48 3, 77 | directed to a substantial form instrumentally, just in the same way as ~ 49 3, 78 | matter consecrated derives instrumentally a spiritual power, which ~ 50 3, 78 | derive their salutary power instrumentally, as ~was observed above ( 51 3, 78 | agent. yet it ~can do so instrumentally, just as the touch of Christ' 52 3, 79 | a sacrament, which acts instrumentally. But there is ~nothing to 53 3, 82 | coming from himself, but instrumentally, as God's minister, and ~ 54 3, 84 | was given to them to work instrumentally or ~ministerially in the 55 3, 89 | effectively indeed, but instrumentally; and the first act of the ~ 56 Suppl, 18| reception itself ~of grace, even instrumentally [*See note at beginning 57 Suppl, 18| Baptism acts through His power instrumentally, ~as an inanimate instrument, 58 Suppl, 18| effect dispositively and instrumentally: and then, according ~to 59 Suppl, 19| as applying a blessing instrumentally through the merit of ~Christ, 60 Suppl, 70| that on which it is used instrumentally, has its own connatural ~ 61 Suppl, 90| of the body will conduce instrumentally, as it were, to the ~operation 62 Suppl, 90| that external goods conduce instrumentally to the ~happiness of life.~


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