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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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processions

   Part, Question
1 1, 11| genus; and what are ~many in processions, are one in principle."~ 2 1, 13| praiseworthily the divine processions in the denomination of God." 3 1, 13| according to the divine processions themselves. But what expresses 4 1, 13| imposed ~from the divine processions; for as according to the 5 1, 13| according to the diverse processions ~of their perfections, creatures 6 1, 13| excellently manifests all the processions of God." But it especially ~ 7 1, 27| there are more than two processions in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 27| answer that, There are two processions in God; the procession of 9 1, 27| infinitude in the divine ~processions; for the procession which 10 1, 27| and intellect requires the processions ~belonging to each of them 11 1, 27| there are more than two processions in God? ~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 27| there are more than two processions in God. As ~knowledge and 13 1, 27| power. Therefore, if two ~processions exist in God, of intellect 14 1, 27| there are more than two processions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 15 1, 27| there are in Him but two processions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 16 1, 27| answer that, The divine processions can be derived only from 17 1, 27| 2/2~Thus, as the divine processions must be denominated from 18 1, 27| certain ~actions; no other processions can be understood in God 19 1, 28| Therefore as the divine processions are in the identity of ~ 20 1, 28| according to the divine processions, are necessarily real relations.~ 21 1, 28| other hand, the ~divine processions are in one and the same 22 1, 28| internal, and not external, processions in God. These processions 23 1, 28| processions in God. These processions are two ~only, as above 24 1, 28| respect of each of these ~processions two opposite relations arise; 25 1, 28| two names belong to the processions ~or origins themselves, 26 1, 29| notions concerning the ~processions and the relations, we must 27 1, 30| How there are in Him two processions ~was above explained (Q[ 28 1, 36| that, While there are two processions in God, one of these, the ~ 29 1, 36| Son; for ~otherwise the processions would not be distinguished 30 1, 37| 3,4,5), ~there are two processions in God, one by way of the 31 1, 41| taken from the manner of the processions. For God ~understands and 32 1, 43| Himself and His eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~ 33 1, 45| similitude. Therefore the processions ~of the divine Persons are 34 1, 45| Persons are the cause of the processions of things, and so to create 35 1, 45| each other ~only by their processions and relations. Therefore 36 1, 45| to them according to the ~processions and relations of the Persons. 37 1, 45| the Persons according to ~processions and relations. ~Aquin.: 38 1, 45| according to relations ~and processions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 39 1, 45| the Holy Ghost. And so the processions of the Persons are the ~ 40 1, 45| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The processions of the divine Persons are 41 1, 45| representation of ~"image." Now the processions of the divine Persons are 42 1, 45| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The processions of the persons are also 43 1, 75| but by diffusion of Its processions. Now as ~potentiality is 44 1, 37| 3,4,5), ~there are two processions in God, one by way of the 45 1, 41| taken from the manner of the processions. For God ~understands and 46 1, 43| Himself and His eternal processions to men by visible creatures, ~ 47 1, 46| similitude. Therefore the processions ~of the divine Persons are 48 1, 46| Persons are the cause of the processions of things, and so ~to create 49 1, 46| each other ~only by their processions and relations. Therefore 50 1, 46| to them according to the ~processions and relations of the Persons. 51 1, 46| the Persons according to ~processions and relations.~Aquin.: SMT 52 1, 46| according to relations ~and processions.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 53 1, 46| the Holy Ghost. And so the processions of the Persons are the ~ 54 1, 46| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The processions of the divine Persons are 55 1, 46| representation of ~"image." Now the processions of the divine Persons are 56 1, 46| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The processions of the persons are also 57 1, 74| but by diffusion of Its processions. Now as ~potentiality is 58 2, 89| respectively to ~the Blessed Processions of the Thearchy," i.e. of 59 2, 98| ecclesiastical office, and make processions: and sometimes an annual ~ 60 2, 98| are received for making processions in ~funerals. Yet it is


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