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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reserved

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | the number for whom is ~reserved eternal happiness [*From 2 1, 96 | effect of sin; for this was ~reserved for Christ to accomplish, 3 1, 104 | that at ~the same time He reserved to Himself whatever he intended 4 2, 98 | this grace, for this was reserved to Christ; because, as ~ 5 2, 102 | cow: "That they may be ~reserved for the multitude of the 6 2, 105 | and this is why the Lord reserved to Himself the ~institution 7 2, 105 | king to the people; but reserved this to ~Himself, as appears 8 2, 64 | retributive. For retribution is reserved to the Divine judgment which 9 2, 64 | demands that all should be reserved for the sovereign," in ~ 10 2, 85 | kind of tithe, which was reserved for the ~offering of sacrifices, 11 2, 85 | right of receiving being reserved to ~the ministers of the 12 2, 86 | pilgrimage to the Holy Land, are reserved to the Sovereign Pontiff [* 13 2, 87 | vow, except ~certain vows reserved to the Pope alone, as stated 14 2, 93 | of the occult, which is ~reserved to the divine judgment, 15 2, 95 | more severe ~punishment was reserved in the future for that sin, 16 2, 163 | against him, not that which is reserved till the ~last judgment. 17 3, 38 | the way of salvation was reserved to Christ alone, who is ~ 18 3, 67 | greater sacraments which are reserved to ~bishops.~Aquin.: SMT 19 3, 72 | combats of this world are reserved. And he who comes to die, 20 3, 72 | the final completion is reserved to the ~supreme act or power; 21 3, 72 | conferring ~of this sacrament is reserved to bishops, who possess 22 3, 72 | Hence this unction is reserved to bishops, not on account 23 3, 76 | therefore, if this sacrament be reserved until morning, will ~Christ' 24 3, 76 | this sacrament if it be ~reserved until the morrow. It is 25 3, 81 | sacrament, if it had been reserved or consecrated during the 26 3, 81 | this sacrament had been reserved in a pyx, or consecrated 27 3, 81 | this sacrament had been reserved in a pyx at the ~moment 28 3, 81 | this ~sacrament had been reserved, He would have died therein.~ 29 3, 81 | been consecrated then, or reserved, when His soul ~was really 30 3, 82 | the ~mystical body are not reserved to the bishop, such as the 31 3, 82 | therefore such consecrations are reserved ~to the bishop as the head 32 3, 82 | relation to others, are reserved to the bishop.~Aquin.: SMT 33 3, 82 | be adored, and if it be reserved, it can be ~consumed by 34 3, 83 | consecrated the day before is reserved to be consumed on that day; 35 3, 83 | day; but ~the blood is not reserved, on account of danger, and 36 3, 83 | consecrated hosts to be reserved, and not consumed ~at once.~ 37 3, 83 | by the teeth. "The ~part reserved on the altar till the close 38 3, 83 | communicate, ought not to be ~reserved until the day following. 39 3, 83 | over, ~they are not to be reserved until the morrow, but let 40 3, 83 | necessary for other hosts to be reserved for the sick. Hence ~we 41 Suppl, 20| more heinous crimes to be reserved to the ~bishop, in order 42 Suppl, 28| final reconciliation is reserved to the bishop, who alone 43 Suppl, 28| most ~grievous sins, is reserved to the bishop.~ 44 Suppl, 29| to ~our belief, while he reserved some to be published by 45 Suppl, 31| Wherefore those sacraments are reserved to a bishop's ~dispensation, 46 Suppl, 67| of nature, for this was reserved exclusively to "the ~law 47 Suppl, 69| not made with ~hands, but reserved in heaven [*Vulg.: 'eternal 48 Suppl, 69| an abode, ~which had been reserved for it in heaven.~Aquin.: 49 Suppl, 72| word are kept in store, reserved unto fire unto the day ~ 50 Suppl, 72| perished in the deluge is reserved unto fire." Now it is clear 51 Suppl, 85| the world is fittingly ~reserved to God. Indeed our Lord 52 Suppl, 85| were to say, "which ~are reserved to His power alone."~Aquin.: 53 Suppl, 86| hell, unto torments, to be reserved unto judgment." Therefore


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