Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
quick 21
quick-tempered 3
quicken 20
quickened 54
quickeneth 2
quickening 7
quickens 23
Frequency    [«  »]
54 perception
54 prays
54 procreation
54 quickened
54 sonship
54 whilst
53 173
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

quickened

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | spirit." But the spirit is quickened by grace. Therefore ~Christ 2 1, 116 | manifest that no body is quickened by the separate ~soul. Therefore 3 2, 62 | both faith and hope are quickened by charity, and receive 4 2, 62 | already: this belongs to ~hope quickened by and following charity. 5 2, 68 | Ghost, according as they are quickened by charity, which "dealeth 6 2, 89 | have ~esteemed, but faith quickened by charity, according to 7 2, 102 | subtle inward force which quickened His external deeds; the ~" 8 2, 104 | itself dictates when it is quickened by ~faith; such as that 9 2, 113 | not perfect unless it is quickened ~by charity; hence in the 10 2, 114 | would seem that by every act quickened by charity a man would ~ 11 2, 4 | hinders one act from being quickened by ~different habits, so 12 2, 4 | precede the act of faith, is quickened by charity, as we ~shall 13 2, 4 | not an ~act of the will quickened by charity. This latter 14 2, 6 | generically, though not quickened by charity, ~as is frequently 15 2, 7 | perfected through being quickened by charity, the heart will 16 2, 7 | objects. But when it is ~quickened by charity, then it is incompatible 17 2, 79 | body is perfected by being quickened by the soul, and the air 18 2, 81 | which is common ~to all acts quickened by charity, and this is 19 2, 81 | though ~his prayer were quickened by a habit of virtue: and 20 3, 1 | were dead in sins, hath ~quickened us together in Christ." 21 3, 2 | body of Christ could be quickened by the Word of ~God Himself, 22 3, 46 | were dead in sins, hath quickened us ~together in Christ."~ 23 3, 52 | His Passion through faith quickened by charity, whereby sins 24 3, 75 | shambles, not ~as it is quickened by the spirit . . . Let 25 3, 85 | which is an act of faith ~quickened by charity, and the movement 26 3, 86 | which is an act of ~faith quickened by charity, and a movement 27 3, 87 | were dead in sins, hath ~quickened us together in Christ, by 28 3, 88 | and is an act of faith quickened by charity; and against ~ 29 3, 89 | done without charity, are ~quickened by Penance?~Aquin.: SMT 30 3, 89 | Therefore dead works are quickened by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 31 3, 89 | which implies that they are quickened.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 32 3, 89 | subsequent Penance, they were quickened. ~Therefore Penance does 33 3, 89 | These dead ~works are not quickened but removed by Penance, 34 3, 89 | result being that it is quickened as the body by the soul: 35 3, 89 | impossible for dead works to be ~quickened by Penance.~Aquin.: SMT 36 Suppl, 1 | perfection through being quickened by grace: and so the same ~ 37 Suppl, 1 | from matter, the matter is ~quickened if it remains when the perfection 38 Suppl, 1 | wherefore it cannot be ~quickened. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[1] A[ 39 Suppl, 1 | nothing hinders matter being quickened anew by ~some form, whereby 40 Suppl, 1 | form, whereby it was not quickened previously: whereas this 41 Suppl, 2 | when that sorrow is already quickened by grace. ~Accordingly, 42 Suppl, 4 | it is an act of virtue ~quickened by charity; thirdly, its 43 Suppl, 4 | for their sins, that is ~quickened by grace; yet it is not 44 Suppl, 5 | from charity, whereby it is quickened, and so it ~avails for the 45 Suppl, 5 | Now every contrition is quickened ~by sanctifying grace. Therefore, 46 Suppl, 7 | proceeds from the free-will quickened by grace, from being a sacrament, ~ 47 Suppl, 9 | that confession should be quickened by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 48 Suppl, 13| mercy, in so far as it is quickened ~by grace, whereby whatever 49 Suppl, 14| works. But they are not quickened by penance. ~Therefore they 50 Suppl, 14| satisfactory, unless they be quickened by charity. Since then ~ 51 Suppl, 14| done without charity ~are quickened so as to be satisfactory, 52 Suppl, 14| away altogether, are nowise quickened, and must be repeated.~Aquin.: 53 Suppl, 72| for ever capable of being quickened by it, even as the soul 54 Suppl, 75| which thou sowest ~is not quickened except it die first," and


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License