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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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firmly

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | Whatever is possessed, is held firmly and quietly; ~therefore 2 1, 23 | destine a ~thing which we firmly propose in our mind. In 3 1, 24 | mind of anyone when ~it is firmly held in the memory, according 4 1, 24 | knowledge of God, by which He ~firmly remembers that He has predestined 5 1, 59 | them, in so far as they firmly carry ~out the Divine will. 6 1, 64 | Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly both ~that the will of the 7 1, 69 | Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the earth, so are 8 1, 69 | therefore, since they are firmly fixed in the earth, their 9 1, 60 | them, in so far as they firmly carry ~out the Divine will. 10 1, 65 | Catholic Faith, it must be held firmly both ~that the will of the 11 1, 70 | Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the earth, so are 12 1, 70 | therefore, since they are firmly fixed in the earth, their 13 1, 93 | through His Essence are so firmly established ~in the love 14 1, 107 | forasmuch as a person sits firmly ~on them. But here the reverse 15 2, 33 | which we wish to ~grasp firmly: and such is the affection 16 2, 33 | Now when the attention ~is firmly fixed on one thing, it is 17 2, 50 | it goes so far ~as to be firmly fixed and to become difficult 18 2, 51 | times for ~anything to be firmly impressed on the memory. 19 2, 69 | without possessing them firmly and peacefully. ~Again, 20 2, 81 | the Catholic Faith we must firmly believe ~that, Christ alone 21 2, 102 | s faith, ~might be fixed firmly in the hearts of the Jews, 22 2, 105 | having ~the common good firmly at heart might attempt something 23 2, 1 | the whole Church may hold firmly ~to his decision. Consequently 24 2, 2 | act "to believe," cleaves firmly ~to one side, in which respect 25 2, 4 | intellect ~adhere to anything firmly; when we go on to say, " 26 2, 4 | persevere in faith, ~or to hold firmly to faith; and it is in this 27 2, 8 | end, and must adhere to it firmly as to the greatest good: 28 2, 14 | s ~attention to be very firmly fixed on corporeal things, 29 2, 31 | unless by chance you were firmly persuaded that this evil 30 2, 41 | unsettled, who adheres firmly to something immovable. 31 2, 86 | necessity resulting from a will firmly fixed to good ~does not 32 2, 86 | because, as man, His will was firmly ~fixed on the good, since 33 2, 86 | to God. ~Now no man can firmly bind himself by a promise 34 2, 86 | he ~cannot bind himself firmly by a vow in those matters 35 2, 87 | matter about which one is firmly ~certain: and, consequently, 36 2, 96 | assertion is confirmed by being firmly shown to be true; and this 37 2, 121 | for every virtue to act firmly and immovably. Secondly, ~ 38 2, 121 | it behooves ~one not only firmly to bear the assault of these 39 2, 121 | it behooves one to hold firmly ~the good of reason against 40 2, 121 | that which binds the will firmly to the good of reason in 41 2, 121 | that habitual fortitude is firmly ~seated in his mind.~Aquin.: 42 2, 122 | essentially in standing firmly to truth and justice against 43 2, 122 | that in martyrdom man is ~firmly strengthened in the good 44 2, 126 | mind is much assured and firmly hopeful in great ~and honorable 45 2, 135 | belongs to both to persist firmly in some good: but they differ 46 2, 135 | properly makes man persist firmly in good, against ~the difficulty 47 2, 135 | constancy makes him persist firmly in good against difficulties 48 2, 156 | 45) that ~"anger is more firmly erect in withstanding vice, 49 2, 181 | directed upwards, his feet set firmly on the ground, and his other ~ 50 2, 181 | cause, but from one that ~is firmly established; and this is 51 2, 184 | Theras.) that "we are ~more firmly attached to earthly things 52 2, 186 | safeguarding of his poverty, held firmly to his ~opinion, saying: 53 3, 5 | De Fide ad Petrum xiv): ~"Firmly hold and nowise doubt that 54 3, 6 | ad Petrum xviii): "Most firmly hold, and nowise doubt that 55 3, 63 | an accident is, the more firmly does it adhere ~to its subject. 56 3, 72 | And therefore we must hold firmly that the Church's ~ordinations 57 Suppl, 54| another are better and more firmly united together. Now matrimony 58 Suppl, 59| consequently ~binds more firmly. Now the firmer tie always 59 Suppl, 93| Christ's sake shown to be firmly ~established in Christ, 60 Appen1, 1| Petrum, xxvii] says: "Hold firmly and doubt not ~that children 61 Appen1, 2| inclined to them, and more firmly ~fixed in them. And since


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