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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 78 | Gregory, in a homily for the Ascension ~(xxix in Ev.), "man understands 2 1, 83 | says, in a homily for the Ascension (xxix in Ev.), ~that "man 3 1, 83 | according to Gregory (Homily on Ascension, xxix In ~Ev.), have not 4 2, 106 | in His ~Resurrection and Ascension. Moreover, this puts out 5 2, 1 | resurrection; the sixth, to His ascension; the seventh, to His coming 6 3, 19 | outward excellence, as His ~Ascension, veneration, and the rest. 7 3, 44 | His Resurrection, and His Ascension.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[44] A[ 8 3, 49 | Christ's Passion, but by His ~Ascension.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 9 3, 49 | the obstacle; but by His ascension He, as ~it were, brought 10 3, 49 | up." Secondly, as to His ascension into heaven: hence it is 11 3, 53 | His Resurrection; (2) His Ascension; (3) His ~sitting at the 12 3, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ's Ascension as to its term wherefrom, 13 3, 55 | able to behold Christ's Ascension as to the term ~wherefrom, 14 3, 55 | the other days before the Ascension.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 15 3, 57 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST (SIX ARTICLES)~ 16 3, 57 | now to consider Christ's Ascension: concerning which there 17 3, 57 | 6) Of the effect of the Ascension.~~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 18 3, 57 | good without movement. But ascension is ~movement. Therefore 19 3, 57 | from the ~faithful by the Ascension, still the presence of His 20 3, 57 | Serm. ii). But Christ's Ascension into heaven, whereby He ~ 21 3, 57 | nevertheless He delayed the Ascension in order to confirm ~the 22 3, 57 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Ascension into heaven belonged to 23 3, 57 | would seem that Christ's Ascension into heaven belonged to 24 3, 57 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, by His Ascension Christ ascended to the Father. 25 3, 57 | ascends, and the cause of his ascension. When ~taken to express 26 3, 57 | of the one ascending, the Ascension in no ~wise belongs to Christ 27 3, 57 | can ascend; and because ascension is local motion, a thing 28 3, 57 | outside all place. Yet the ~Ascension is in keeping with Christ 29 3, 57 | denote the cause of the Ascension, ~since Christ ascended 30 3, 57 | says in a sermon on ~the Ascension: "It was our doing that 31 3, 57 | says in a ~Homily on the Ascension (xxix): "It is to be noted 32 3, 57 | says in a Homily on ~the Ascension (xxix in Evang.) that "He 33 3, 57 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Ascension is the cause of our salvation?~ 34 3, 57 | would seem that Christ's Ascension is not the cause of our ~ 35 3, 57 | merited nothing for us by His Ascension, because His ~Ascension 36 3, 57 | Ascension, because His ~Ascension belongs to the reward of 37 3, 57 | Therefore it seems that Christ's Ascension is not the cause of ~our 38 3, 57 | 2: Further, if Christ's Ascension be the cause of our salvation, 39 3, 57 | due to the fact that His Ascension is the ~cause of ours. But 40 3, 57 | it seems that ~Christ's Ascension was not the cause of our 41 3, 57 | it seems that Christ's Ascension is not the cause of our 42 3, 57 | I answer that, Christ's Ascension is the cause of our salvation 43 3, 57 | part, in so far as by the Ascension our souls are uplifted to ~ 44 3, 57 | above (A[1], ad 3), His Ascension fosters, first, ~faith; 45 3, 57 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's Ascension is the cause of our salvation 46 3, 57 | merit: whereas Christ's Ascension is the direct cause of our ~ 47 3, 57 | the direct cause of our ~ascension, as by beginning it in Him 48 3, 58 | says in a Homily on the Ascension (Hom. xxix in ~Evang.), " 49 3, 58 | Him as seated ~after the Ascension, because after the glory 50 3, 58 | because after the glory of His Ascension He will at ~the end be seen 51 3, 72 | Christ's Resurrection and ~Ascension; according to Jn. 7:39: " 52 Suppl, 35| power of order before the ~Ascension (Jn. 20:22), where it is 53 Suppl, 35| were confirmed after the Ascension by the coming of the Holy 54 Suppl, 64| the three days before the Ascension until ~the octave day of 55 Suppl, 74| stated that from our Lord's Ascension to His last coming 400 years 56 Suppl, 81| s body was moved in His ascension, and ~likewise the bodies 57 Suppl, 85| Hence the place of His ascension is more ~suitable to the 58 Suppl, 85| coming to judge and His ascension; so that He Who ascended


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