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familiarity 4
familiarly 6
families 6
family 56
famine 2
famous 7
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56 consecrating
56 continent
56 convertible
56 family
56 fulfill
56 fulfilling
56 learned
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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family

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | order displayed in ruling a family or any kind of multitude ~ 2 1, 22 | others subject to him, in a family, city or ~kingdom; in which 3 1, 22 | hath appointed over his family." In this way ~prudence 4 1, 51 | by him and by his whole family, ~by Lot, and by the citizens 5 1, 52 | by him and by his whole family, ~by Lot, and by the citizens 6 1, 91 | been wanting in the human family if ~some were not governed 7 1, 104 | affairs. On the father of a family ~depends the order of the 8 2, 19 | private, the good of the family, and from this point of 9 2, 81 | from his birth be under a family disgrace, on account of 10 2, 89 | charged with the care of a family, which is a good ~thing, 11 2, 90 | state, so ~every father of a family governs his household. But 12 2, 90 | Therefore every father of a family can ~make laws for his household.~ 13 2, 90 | Consequently he that governs a family, can indeed make certain 14 2, 91 | OBJ 1: As the father of a family issues different commands 15 2, 97 | his lord setteth over his family?"~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 16 2, 102 | broadcast manner from any family, ~but according to their 17 2, 30 | should yourself help your own family, who would be ashamed to 18 2, 45 | hath appointed ~over his family?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 19 2, 45 | without the common good of the family, state, or kingdom. ~Hence 20 2, 45 | good of the household or family, and "monastic economy" ~ 21 2, 45 | individual good, the good of the family, and ~the good of the city 22 2, 46 | the multitude of a home or family, and this is ~ruled by " 23 2, 59 | but to the members of a family, and such distribution can 24 2, 63 | master ~who preside over the family household, which is an imperfect 25 2, 68 | enemies, or persons united by family or household ties, or again 26 2, 78 | hath appointed over his family": and for this reason it 27 2, 81 | about the total wreck of a family." Nevertheless ~there are 28 2, 162 | of ~works pertaining to family life. As regards the begetting 29 2, 162 | bring forth." As regards family life she was punished by 30 2, 162 | matters relating to the family life, so it belongs to the 31 2, 183 | hath appointed over his family." The third is something 32 3, 28 | were adopted from another family. ~Consequently that Christ 33 3, 28 | Joseph and Mary were of the ~family of David."~Aquin.: SMT TP 34 3, 28 | same nation, of the same family, by common ~affection." 35 3, 29 | because they ~represent the family in the senate and other 36 3, 29 | Blessed Virgin ~was of the family or kindred of Aaron, so 37 3, 31 | nor, consequently, of the family of David, since Matthew ~ 38 3, 31 | was not a stranger to the family of David: and that it is 39 3, 31 | that Mary was also ~of the family of David: because we believe 40 3, 31 | God's will, that the royal family was united to the ~priestly 41 3, 31 | father married a wife of the family of David, through whom ~ 42 3, 31 | Virgin Mary, who was of the family of David, would be a ~cousin 43 3, 31 | s father, who was of the family of David, married a wife 44 3, 31 | married a wife of ~the family of Aaron.~Aquin.: SMT TP 45 3, 31 | Mary's father, was of the family of Aaron (as the heretic ~ 46 3, 31 | else his wife, was of the family ~of David, so long as we 47 3, 31 | Christ ~would be born of the family of David, not through the 48 3, 31 | tribe though not of the same family as Mathan, married his widow, 49 3, 31 | allied himself ~with the family of the most wicked Jezabel, 50 3, 35 | of the house and of the family of David." Secondly, because, 51 Suppl, 26| composed of members of the same family, and the civil, composed 52 Suppl, 44| children, and again to one family life, it is ~clear that 53 Suppl, 44| namely the common life in family matters. And since every ~ 54 Suppl, 60| the household, such as a ~family; and the civil community, 55 Suppl, 65| cannot ~easily be peace in a family where several wives are 56 Suppl, 85| person, but also of his family, or of his city or kingdom,


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