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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 2, 2 | end, is the perfect good ~fulfilling the desire. Now man's appetite, 2 2, 71 | rendered thereby unfit for fulfilling his duties: since "a tree 3 2, 77 | the soul is hindered from fulfilling its proper action on ~account 4 2, 84 | furnishing the opportunity of fulfilling all desires of ~sin, has 5 2, 90 | something. But the obligation of fulfilling a law touches not only ~ 6 2, 98 | remission ~of sins, although by fulfilling these precepts man confessed 7 2, 99 | because, while ~outwardly fulfilling the works of the Law, their 8 2, 100 | the Law. ~Therefore the fulfilling of the precepts of the Law 9 2, 100 | through justice. Therefore the fulfilling of the precepts ~of the 10 2, 100 | of justice consisting in ~fulfilling the precepts of law. Therefore 11 2, 108 | explained the manner of fulfilling those precepts ~which the 12 2, 109 | that, There are two ways of fulfilling the commandments of the ~ 13 2, 30 | thinking that they are fulfilling the ~commandment by so doing. 14 2, 66 | excused on account of sin from fulfilling a Divine precept, since 15 2, 85 | worship, ~for instance for the fulfilling of sacrifices, hence he 16 2, 86 | be rendered incapable of ~fulfilling his vow through his own 17 2, 86 | cause to prevent him from fulfilling his vow. But ~if some cause 18 2, 87 | seem to be excused from fulfilling his oath, ~although he is 19 2, 102 | virtue with the intention of fulfilling a precept; and for ~disobedience 20 2, 102 | superior, since he exceeds in fulfilling his ~own will, and deficiency 21 2, 102 | a man's will prompt in ~fulfilling the will of another, the 22 2, 145 | Whether anyone is excused from fulfilling this precept?~(5) The time 23 2, 145 | render him ~incapable of fulfilling his duty. Hence Jerome says ( 24 2, 159 | eleventh is "not to delight in ~fulfilling one's own desires"; the 25 2, 160 | humility is "not to delight in fulfilling one's own ~desires"; to 26 2, 178 | for "love ~. . . is the fulfilling of the Law" (Rm. 13:10). 27 2, 182 | commandment ~through not fulfilling it in the best way, but 28 2, 184 | Yet there is a way of fulfilling this precept, so as to avoid ~ 29 3, 3 | the ~union, which is the fulfilling of predestination, i.e. 30 3, 27 | are rendered capable of fulfilling it, ~according to 2 Cor. 31 3, 37 | should be imitated by us, in ~fulfilling those things which are of 32 3, 47 | free-will with regard to the ~fulfilling of the precept. And, indeed, 33 3, 55 | but rather a ~hastened fulfilling out of kindness)" [*Cf. 34 3, 63 | directly and proximately to the fulfilling of things pertaining ~to 35 3, 70 | circumcision sufficed for the fulfilling of the precepts of the Law, 36 3, 80 | there are fixed times for ~fulfilling Christ's command.~Aquin.: 37 Suppl, 13| are debtors in ~respect of fulfilling this punishment, one for 38 Suppl, 26| from the obligation ~of fulfilling the satisfaction enjoined, 39 Suppl, 28| public, the penitent, by fulfilling his penance, shows that 40 Suppl, 46| the Divine Law. But the fulfilling of an ~oath is of Divine 41 Suppl, 46| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The fulfilling of a lawful oath is of Divine 42 Suppl, 46| Divine law, but not ~the fulfilling of an unlawful oath. Wherefore 43 Suppl, 47| appearance of evil ~in not fulfilling a promise that one has made 44 Suppl, 50| established. Now ~marriage as fulfilling an office of nature is established 45 Suppl, 50| sacrament, by the Divine law; as fulfilling an office of ~society, by 46 Suppl, 58| does ~not befit them as fulfilling an office of nature.~Aquin.: 47 Suppl, 58| contract which ~requires the fulfilling of that obligation. Now 48 Suppl, 59| nevertheless competent to them as fulfilling an ~office of nature. And 49 Suppl, 59| is opposed to marriage as fulfilling an ~office of nature, more 50 Suppl, 61| considers marriage merely as fulfilling an office ~of nature: whereas 51 Suppl, 64| Eucharist on account of fulfilling a ~precept. Yet he who has 52 Suppl, 64| instituted especially as fulfilling an ~office of nature. Wherefore 53 Suppl, 64| It is possible through fulfilling a precept to render ~oneself 54 Suppl, 67| intention of ~marriage as fulfilling an office of nature, it 55 Suppl, 70| agent: in fact it is by fulfilling the former that it effects 56 Suppl, 70| it, by hindering it from fulfilling its own will, that ~is by


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