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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abstain

   Part, Question
1 1, 96 | told at the same time, ~to abstain from the tree of knowledge 2 2, 31 | sign whereof is that men abstain from even the greatest bodily 3 2, 63 | virtue, ~whereby he may abstain from evil in the majority 4 2, 96 | from which the virtuous abstain, but only the more grievous 5 2, 96 | possible for the majority to abstain; and chiefly those ~that 6 2, 96 | viz. that ~they should abstain from all evil. Otherwise 7 2, 103 | necessary things: that you abstain from things ~sacrificed 8 2, 107 | completely by commanding them to abstain from it altogether. With ~ 9 2, 107 | thought that man ought to abstain from doing even works of ~ 10 2, 109 | order that he may entirely abstain from sin. And in the present 11 2, 109 | And in this state man can abstain from all mortal ~sin, which 12 2, 109 | A[5]); ~but man cannot abstain from all venial sin on account 13 2, 109 | is required in order to abstain from sin; yet it is not 14 2, 31 | who is in sin ought not to abstain from administering ~corporal 15 2, 31 | that account one ought to abstain ~altogether from correcting 16 2, 62 | wherefore they ~should abstain from such things in order 17 2, 75 | Reply OBJ 3: Clerics should abstain not only from things that 18 2, 81 | impede the mind we should ~abstain from them; and this happens 19 2, 86 | Contempl. ii): "We should abstain or fast without putting 20 2, 86 | to say ~some psalms, or abstain from certain things. Much 21 2, 86 | the species, wherefore to abstain ~from such intercourse by 22 2, 139 | it is more difficult to abstain from them, and to control 23 2, 140 | for the sake of an end, to abstain from such pleasures as ~ 24 2, 140 | cannot be in a man if he abstain from all ~pleasures. Yet 25 2, 140 | procreation, ~as it were, to abstain from many pleasures, but 26 2, 144 | by duty or necessity to abstain."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[146] 27 2, 144 | For right reason makes one abstain as one ~ought, i.e. with 28 2, 144 | xlii) that ~"the saints abstain from meat and drink, not 29 2, 145 | which it is necessary to abstain.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 30 2, 145 | devil" says: "To fast is ~to abstain not only from food but also 31 2, 145 | fast should be bidden to abstain ~from flesh meat, eggs, 32 2, 145 | fast should be bidden to ~abstain from flesh meat, eggs, and 33 2, 145 | bidden ~those who fast to abstain especially from these foods.~ 34 2, 147 | have wisdom, not that a man abstain altogether from ~wine, but 35 2, 147 | from ~wine, but that he abstain from its immoderate use. 36 2, 147 | certain persons that they ~abstain altogether from wine, and 37 2, 147 | simply that it is good to ~abstain from wine, but that it is 38 2, 148 | a man were ~knowingly to abstain from wine to the extent 39 2, 148 | would rather be drunk than abstain from drink. Such a man is 40 2, 150 | as it would be a sin ~to abstain from all food, as this would 41 2, 150 | individual, so too it is a sin to abstain altogether from the act 42 2, 150 | In like ~manner if a man abstain from bodily pleasures, in 43 2, 152 | Acts 15:29): "That you abstain from ~things sacrificed 44 2, 184 | just as they are bound to abstain from all venery by their 45 2, 185 | precept of ~their rule to abstain from these things, and because 46 3, 40 | make holier than such as ~abstain?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 47 3, 65 | Confirmation, so as not to fear to abstain from this ~sacrament. By 48 3, 80 | Whether it is lawful to abstain altogether from communion?~ 49 3, 80 | It seems to be lawful to abstain altogether from Communion. ~ 50 3, 80 | lawful for any individual to ~abstain from Communion his whole 51 3, 80 | Therefore it is permissible ~to abstain from Communion altogether.~ 52 3, 80 | portion of the sacred body, abstain from ~the chalice of the 53 3, 83 | penance ought to fast, and abstain from Communion. However, ~ 54 3, 85 | belongs to justice both to abstain from pleasure, ~which belongs 55 Suppl, 41| if each one were free to abstain ~from marriage, it would 56 Suppl, 61| forbidden (1 Cor. 7:5) to abstain ~from the use of marriage 57 Suppl, 64| is lawful to everyone to abstain from what is hurtful ~to 58 Suppl, 64| without sin they may either abstain out of reverence or receive ~ 59 Suppl, 64| the husband would have to abstain for always. When ~however 60 Suppl, 93| altogether praiseworthy ~to abstain from carnal intercourse: 61 Suppl, 93| to a virtue that angels abstain altogether from pleasures 62 Suppl, 93| concupiscible power is to abstain altogether from the greatest


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