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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dying

   Part, Question
1 2, 44 | we observe in one who is dying that nature withdraws inwardly, 2 2, 81 | suffering and the necessity ~of dying are punishments of original 3 2, 81 | subject to the ~necessity of dying and to other forms of suffering 4 2, 81 | subject to the necessity of dying.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 5 2, 105 | his father, or ~mother, dying let him die." The Law also 6 2, 12 | blasphemeth the ~name of the Lord, dying let him die." Now the death 7 2, 25 | curseth his father or mother, dying let him die," which does 8 2, 31 | that shall touch the mount, dying he shall ~die.'] and (2 9 2, 74 | curseth his father, or mother, dying let him die." ~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 98 | unwilling to baptize a dying child without being paid. 11 2, 121 | fortitude is about fear and dying?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 12 2, 122 | on the martyrs that "in dying ~for the faith he conquers 13 2, 162 | cannot feel it when he is not dying. Therefore death is not 14 2, 162 | subject to the ~necessity of dying, so that he could not be 15 3, 14 | be under the necessity of dying, and suffering other like 16 3, 31 | Jacob, on his brother Heli ~dying without issue, married the 17 3, 46 | deserved death, so a man by dying should vanquish death. Hence 18 3, 46 | fourth reason is, because, by dying on it, He prepares for us 19 3, 46 | fixed the members ~of Him dying was even the chair of the 20 3, 46 | A[4]). Thirdly, that by dying and rising ~at an early 21 3, 47 | death, according to His dying words, "It is ~consummated" ( 22 3, 47 | true sacrifice which the dying Christ ~offered for us. 23 3, 50 | resolved to die, that by dying He ~might atone for us, 24 3, 50 | phantom." ~Thirdly, that by dying He might deliver us from 25 3, 50 | servitude." Fourthly, that by dying in the body to the ~likeness 26 3, 50 | might set us the example ~of dying to sin spiritually. Hence 27 3, 51 | an example to them who dying spiritually to their sins 28 3, 51 | can see the power of the ~dying Man, who, even in death, 29 3, 52 | power on earth by living and dying, so also He might manifest ~ 30 3, 52 | sin as to the necessity of dying in the body because they 31 3, 52 | Therefore, since children dying ~in original sin had no 32 3, 52 | does not apply to children dying in original sin.~Aquin.: 33 3, 53 | He endure evil things in dying that He might ~deliver us 34 3, 53 | from the possibility of dying again. Such is a true ~and 35 3, 53 | subject to the ~necessity of dying, death has dominion over 36 3, 56 | is ~resurrection. But "by dying, Christ destroyed our death" [* 37 3, 56 | conformed to the suffering and dying Christ in this suffering ~ 38 3, 68 | eternally damned through dying without Baptism.~Aquin.: 39 3, 70 | not count because through dying before the ~eighth day it 40 3, 72 | therefore even children dying after Confirmation obtain 41 3, 79 | Baptism ~is given to man as dying with Christ, whereas the 42 3, 89 | that, A living thing, by dying, ceases to have vital ~operations: 43 Suppl, 10| before it be ~opened. But a dying man can enter heaven before 44 Suppl, 10| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the dying man was in mortal sin Paradise 45 Suppl, 29| sacrament is given to ~the dying, who are in the greatest 46 Suppl, 29| lest hope, of which the dying stand in utmost need, be ~ 47 Suppl, 29| sake, to those ~who are dying; they need only a clear 48 Suppl, 29| not so necessary that the dying cannot obtain salvation 49 Suppl, 29| because it is given to the dying, who ~are on the point of 50 Suppl, 30| reason the sacrament of the dying ~is ordained specially against 51 Suppl, 59| has changed his life by ~dying to his former life, this 52 Suppl, 66| the present and, his wife dying before the consummation 53 Suppl, 71| charity. Hence, if a person ~dying in charity command suffrages 54 Suppl, 71| instance, if a person before dying ~were to provide for so 55 Suppl, 71| I say, then, that the ~dying person, as soon as he provides 56 Suppl, 72| in original sin have, by dying, ~discharged the obligation 57 Suppl, 83| the ~bodily pain which the dying feel, without doubt the 58 Suppl, 93| be the occasion of ~his dying, he is believed to merit


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