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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 112 | angels. For ~guardians are deputed to some because they either 2 1, 112 | necessary that angels should be deputed for the ~guardianship of 3 1, 112 | the greater angels are deputed to the greater offices. ~ 4 1, 112 | each one to have an ~angel deputed to guard it from its birth."~ 5 1, 112 | the ~different orders are deputed to the different "genera" 6 1, 112 | angels of the five orders are deputed ~to the guardianship of 7 1, 112 | Therefore these orders are also deputed to the ~work of guardianship, 8 1, 112 | the ~greater angels are deputed to keep those chosen by 9 1, 112 | Therefore angels are not deputed to the ~guardianship of 10 1, 112 | Persians was the angel deputed to the guardianship of the 11 1, 113 | Therefore demons are not deputed to assail man.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 113 | Further, as angels are deputed to guard men, so demons 13 1, 113 | guard men, so demons are ~deputed to assail men. But every 14 2, 102 | are either ~wild, and not deputed to ordinary use among men: 15 2, 102 | greater reverence, being ~deputed, as it were, to the divine 16 2, 102 | men, as being specially deputed, rather than others, to 17 2, 38 | wherefore those who are ~deputed to important duties are 18 2, 38 | laws, soldiers who ~are deputed to warlike pursuits are 19 2, 38 | good to which clerics are deputed. ~Wherefore it is the duty 20 2, 38 | by reason of their being deputed to ~works more meritorious 21 2, 84 | remaining entire and being deputed to the worship of God or 22 2, 84 | seem to be those that are deputed to the ~sacrifices of victims. 23 2, 97 | called "sacred" through being deputed to the divine worship. Now 24 2, 97 | aspect of good through being deputed to a good ~end, so does 25 2, 97 | character through being deputed to ~the divine worship, 26 2, 97 | movable or immovable, that are deputed to the upkeep of the ministers. ~ 27 2, 116 | external things, which are ~deputed to man's use, and this seems 28 2, 169 | on account of his being ~deputed by God, according to Jer. 29 2, 183 | regards those goods which are deputed to his private use, the ~ 30 2, 185 | of an ~order, cannot be deputed to one who has not the order, 31 2, 185 | of ~jurisdiction can be deputed to those who have not ordinary 32 2, 185 | delivery of a judgment is deputed by the bishop to a simple ~ 33 2, 185 | ecclesiastical duties through being deputed ~thereto by superiors having 34 3, 63 | Now whenever anyone is deputed to some definite purpose ~ 35 3, 63 | the body, through being deputed to a bodily service. Since, ~ 36 3, 63 | by the sacraments men are deputed to a spiritual service ~ 37 3, 63 | Predestination. But they are ~deputed to acts becoming the Church 38 3, 63 | so far as by them we are deputed to the worship ~of God according 39 3, 63 | with a character as being deputed to ~military service. Now 40 3, 63 | service. Now the faithful are deputed to a twofold end. First ~ 41 3, 63 | each of the faithful is deputed to receive, or to bestow 42 3, 63 | this way those who ~are deputed to the Christian worship, 43 3, 63 | service to which they are deputed. ~Therefore the subject 44 3, 63 | by a character a man is deputed to the Divine worship, ~ 45 3, 63 | this sacrament that men are deputed to confer ~sacraments on 46 3, 63 | consecrated forasmuch as they are deputed to Divine ~worship.~Aquin.: 47 3, 65 | faithful of Christ are ~deputed to certain special duties; 48 3, 65 | Church. But ~a man is not deputed to any duty by the sacrament 49 3, 80 | celebrate Mass, or someone else ~deputed by him, in the presence 50 3, 89 | he durst not ask Him, but deputed John to ask in ~his stead, 51 Suppl, 8 | matters of jurisdiction can be deputed. ~Since, therefore, the 52 Suppl, 30| sacraments ~whereby man is deputed to some sacred duty. Now 53 Suppl, 30| a remedy, and man is not deputed thereby to do or ~receive 54 Suppl, 30| consecration whereby a man is deputed to some sacred duty, whereas 55 Suppl, 36| the first act alone is deputed, for instance those religious 56 Suppl, 40| of Order, ~but only to be deputed to such an office; and this 57 Suppl, 40| offices to which they are deputed; and the "alb," which signifies ~ 58 Suppl, 40| shoulder, as a sign that he is deputed to a ~ministry in the sacraments 59 Suppl, 60| public persons, who are deputed to this by ~their office.


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