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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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asks

   Part, Question
1 1, 76 | several souls in the body, he asks ~(De Anima i, 5), "what 2 1, 75 | several souls in the body, he asks ~(De Anima i, 5), "what 3 2, 19 | her her right when ~she asks for it, his will is excused 4 2, 3 | the Apostle (Eph. 6:19) ~asks for prayers that it may 5 2, 30 | you refuse what ~another asks you must not lose sight 6 2, 30 | if you reprove him that asks unjustly." Now reproof is 7 2, 41 | something better than he asks, if thou reprove him that ~ 8 2, 41 | if thou reprove him that ~asks unjustly." Sometimes, however, 9 2, 67 | the other hand, the judge ~asks of him that which he cannot 10 2, 76 | lends wine or ~wheat, and asks for double payment, viz. 11 2, 81 | in this sense the reason asks for something to be ~done 12 2, 81 | liberal to give to one that asks not, than to ~one who asks 13 2, 81 | asks not, than to ~one who asks because, according to Seneca ( 14 2, 81 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, no one asks save for that which he is 15 2, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, one asks for a thing that it may 16 2, 81 | will not obtain what he ~asks, nay rather will he provoke 17 2, 81 | merit to obtain what he asks for. Hence ~Augustine says ( 18 2, 81 | prayer ~impetrates what it asks for.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] 19 2, 81 | be ~godly in so far as he asks for something pertaining 20 2, 81 | this case sometimes one asks for ~something definite, 21 2, 81 | the part of the person who asks. The ~reason of impetration 22 2, 81 | the part of the person who asks is "thanksgiving"; since ~" 23 2, 87 | Divine ~Providence, since he asks God to bear witness, and 24 2, 95 | explicitly in his prayers when he asks something of God with the ~ 25 2, 95 | experiment on God, yet he asks ~for or does something which 26 2, 98 | If, ~however, a person asks for himself, that he may 27 3, 21 | others. So also ~anyone that asks a boon of God that he may 28 3, 21 | Matth. 31) says: "When He asks ~that this may pass from 29 3, 30 | doubt fulfilment when she asks ~how it shall be done."~ 30 3, 31 | Amasias, of whom St. Augustine asks in this question lxxxv, 31 3, 50 | commenting on the ~text of John, asks, since Christ is Word and 32 3, 54 | glorify Thy name," whereby He asks for the glory ~of the Resurrection. 33 3, 68 | And for this ~reason she asks those who come to be baptized 34 3, 80 | administered to the sinner who asks for it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 35 3, 83 | purpose that the priest asks for the perfecting of ~this 36 3, 83 | consecration itself. Here he asks first of all for ~the effect 37 3, 83 | mind," etc. Fourthly, he asks that the sacrifice accomplished ~ 38 3, 83 | Consequently the priest ~asks that this sacrifice may 39 3, 88 | forgive his brother when he asks pardon, and persists in 40 3, 89 | concerned him, but ~henceforth asks the Master instead of John."~ 41 Suppl, 20| superior, if the latter asks him to. Therefore he can ~ 42 Suppl, 52| the time that his wife ~asks for the debt his master 43 Suppl, 52| pay her the debt when she asks, and to do ~all that marriage 44 Suppl, 53| the debt ~when his wife asks: wherefore this is not covered 45 Suppl, 62| her husband if her husband asks ~her. But she is not bound, 46 Suppl, 62| sentence of divorce, his wife asks for the marriage debt or ~ 47 Suppl, 64| allowable to refuse the one who asks.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 48 Suppl, 64| exact ~the debt when she asks for it. Much more therefore 49 Suppl, 64| would seem that both he who asks and she who grants are ~ 50 Suppl, 64| 32). Now he who knowingly asks for ~the debt from a menstruous 51 Suppl, 64| consents with the one that asks, who sins. Therefore he 52 Suppl, 64| Therefore when one spouse asks the ~other must pay.~Aquin.: 53 Suppl, 64| always be paid to the one who asks lest he ~be afforded an 54 Suppl, 65| pay her the debt when she asks. ~Therefore it is against 55 Suppl, 65| debt every ~time his wife asks for it, if we consider the 56 Suppl, 72| pray ~for us. For no man asks anyone's friends to pray 57 Suppl, 72| custom of the ~Church which asks for the prayers of the saints 58 Suppl, 72| the Church, which often asks ~to be assisted by the prayers 59 Appen1, 2| On the contrary, No one asks to be freed from a punishment


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