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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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departed

   Part, Question
1 1, 88 | says that the souls of the departed cannot see ~what is done 2 1, 88 | Divine order. Now the souls ~departed are in a state of separation 3 1, 88 | OBJ 1: The souls of the departed may care for the living, 4 1, 88 | without the knowledge of the departed; as may ~likewise happen 5 1, 111 | this order is sometimes departed from as regards corporeal 6 1, 113 | being ~ended, the devil departed from Him for a time." There 7 2, 4 | that "the souls of the departed see not God as the angels 8 2, 99 | it; and as soon as they departed from the precepts of ~the 9 2, 35 | Barnabas, "so ~that they departed one from another." Therefore 10 2, 42 | order to that end is not departed from. Thus if the ~commander 11 2, 109 | a wicked man, since he ~departed not from the idolatry of 12 2, 150 | the holy virgins who have ~departed this life are commemorated 13 2, 176 | and the diseases departed from them." In this way 14 3, 36 | pass, after the ~angels departed from them into heaven they [ 15 3, 36 | not as soon as the Magi ~departed, but two years after: and 16 3, 39 | hindered the ~souls of the departed from entering into heaven 17 3, 41 | temptation being ended, the devil departed from Him for a time." As, ~ 18 3, 41 | says on Lk. 4:13, the devil departed from Christ ~"for a time, 19 3, 41 | temptation being ended, the devil departed from Him,' ~unless the matter 20 3, 50 | not be ~there, except life departed, for the Godhead is life." 21 3, 50 | it die unless the Godhead departed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 22 3, 50 | even when the soul was ~departed, was conducive to salvation 23 3, 52 | fail to see ~that He ever departed according to the beatific 24 3, 52 | fail to see ~that He ever departed, according to the beatific 25 3, 83 | the faithful and of ~the departed. Consequently it is unbecoming 26 Suppl, 67| another husband: "When she is departed and marrieth another husband," ~ 27 Suppl, 69| whereby the souls of the departed are assisted by the living; ~( 28 Suppl, 69| concludes that the souls of the departed ~do not mingle in the affairs 29 Suppl, 69| say that the souls of the departed ~do not leave their abode.~ 30 Suppl, 69| the angels may carry the departed soul to Abraham's ~bosom. 31 Suppl, 71| and ~almsgiving profit the departed?~(10) Whether indulgences 32 Suppl, 71| burial service profits the departed?~(12) Whether suffrages 33 Suppl, 71| of the ~wicked profit the departed. Secondly, we may consider 34 Suppl, 71| albeit a ~sinner, profit the departed. Secondly, when he acts 35 Suppl, 71| suffrages avail for ~the departed, even though the persons 36 Suppl, 71| charity in virtue of which the departed are in touch with the works 37 Suppl, 71| damned - "the spirits of the departed are where they see nothing ~ 38 Suppl, 71| priest in ~praying for the departed prays for those who lived 39 Suppl, 71| avail not those who have ~departed hence without the faith 40 Suppl, 71| love." Now the children ~departed thus. Therefore suffrages 41 Suppl, 71| offered for the faithful departed ~profit the saints, but 42 Suppl, 71| may reply that the blessed departed may ~derive a reward from 43 Suppl, 71| altar and alms ~profit the departed?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 44 Suppl, 71| seem that the souls of the departed are not assisted ~only by 45 Suppl, 71| 22): "The souls of the ~departed are released in four ways, 46 Suppl, 71| ought to be ~offered for the departed equally with or more than 47 Suppl, 71| more ~profitable to the departed than fasting.~Aquin.: SMT 48 Suppl, 71| that fasting can profit the departed by reason ~of charity, and 49 Suppl, 71| intention being directed to the ~departed. Nevertheless, fasting does 50 Suppl, 71| baptized for those who had departed this ~life without baptism, 51 Suppl, 71| Mass profits equally ~the departed, no matter in whose honor 52 Suppl, 71| candles or oil may profit the departed in ~so far as they are a 53 Suppl, 71| serves as a suffrage for the ~departed, for instance in the case 54 Suppl, 71| that indulgences profit the departed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 55 Suppl, 71| Even though he who has departed in godliness be taken up 56 Suppl, 71| said for all the faithful departed: and ~this is evidently 57 Suppl, 91| gloss speaks of what the departed saints are able to ~do by 58 Suppl, 94| justice, that whereas they departed from one by sin, and placed ~ 59 Suppl, 94| whereas the souls of the departed sinned through love of the


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