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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heal

   Part, Question
1 2, 7 | him a chill, or scald him; heal him or harm him, these are 2 2, 8 | to send for the doctor to heal him. The same happens in ~ 3 2, 79 | if he did not intend to heal the invalid when he ~prescribes 4 2, 101 | when one is not enough to heal him. Now the ~ceremonies 5 2, 109 | this, the help of grace to heal his nature.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 109 | nature man needs grace to heal his nature in ~order that 7 2, 109 | as it does not completely heal man, as stated above.~Aquin.: 8 2, 111 | these, the first is, to heal the soul; the second, to ~ 9 2, 114 | another's faith, as to heal the man both inwardly and 10 2, 42 | own sake, that he should heal, while it is due for the 11 2, 42 | give a medicine in order to heal. Now ~the end of the spiritual 12 2, 69 | no man by undertaking to heal a ~desperate malady, whereas 13 2, 69 | attends on a sick person ~to heal him, and to all like persons; 14 2, 94 | for instance, in order to heal the sick), ~such as the " 15 2, 120 | The Law forbids, not to heal man on the ~Sabbath, but 16 2, 172 | more of, if he is able to heal ~more people, and those 17 2, 172 | physician who is able to heal a sick person by means of 18 2, 184 | various remedies in order to heal. ~But it is evident that 19 2, 185 | for thus one is able to heal the disease of pride ~and 20 2, 186 | Thus a physician does not heal the ~more the more medicine 21 2, 187 | counseled that if "he wish to heal his conscience ~he should 22 2, 187 | He will receive and will heal thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 23 3, 5 | incurable, and was unable to ~heal it; or He cast it off as 24 3, 5 | omnipotent, if He is unable to heal what is beyond hope? Or 25 3, 13 | to cast them ~out, and to heal all manner of diseases, 26 3, 15 | is plain from Ps. ~40:5: "Heal my soul, for I have sinned 27 3, 19 | human operation. Thus to heal a leper is a proper ~work 28 3, 28 | right that He who came to heal corruption, should ~by His 29 3, 31 | But as ~Christ came to heal what was corrupt, it was 30 3, 31 | the balm with which to heal it." But that ~which is 31 3, 31 | which is infected cannot heal a wound; rather does it 32 3, 31 | original sin. But the balm to heal the wound was ~not there 33 3, 31 | cleanses from sin. But to heal from sin belongs to Christ 34 3, 38 | brought the same saving aid to heal the wound of ~original sin 35 3, 43 | none other did . . . But to heal with so great a power ~so 36 3, 43 | greater that a shadow should heal than the hem of a garment . . . 37 3, 44 | Now Christ did not always heal men suddenly as to ~their 38 3, 44 | from this that He did not heal ~him suddenly, but at first 39 3, 44 | fitting that Christ should heal a man's body without healing 40 3, 54 | scars not from ~inability to heal them, "but to wear them 41 3, 65 | according to Ps. 40:5: "Heal my soul, for I have sinned 42 3, 84 | give them the power "to heal infirmities," "to ~cast 43 3, 84 | did not use the words: "I heal thee," but: ~"The Lord Jesus 44 3, 84 | The Lord Jesus Christ heal [Vulg.: 'heals'] thee," 45 3, 84 | that they themselves ~might heal the sick, but that the sick 46 3, 84 | he who knows not how to heal a recurring disease? ~For 47 3, 84 | is for the physician to heal him a ~hundred times: and 48 3, 86 | when it is difficult to heal him. Yet this is ~possible 49 Suppl, 2 | what heals the eye will not heal the foot," as Jerome says ( 50 Suppl, 5 | infirmity, does not suffice to heal a greater. ~Therefore the 51 Suppl, 5 | slight sin, suffices also to heal a great sin. ~This is seen 52 Suppl, 18| sufficiently efficacious to heal the disease, lest a greater 53 Suppl, 32| given chiefly in ~order to heal the soul. Therefore the 54 Suppl, 69| of gratuitous grace to ~heal and work wonders, which


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