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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 57 | to the lower ~angels by enlightening them. Some of these mysteries 2 1, 58 | to the lower ~angels by enlightening them. Some of these mysteries 3 1, 105 | the inferior essence is an enlightening of things unknown, ~that 4 1, 105 | spiritual substances, by enlightening inferior otherwise than 5 1, 106 | every angelic speech is an enlightening. ~Therefore an inferior 6 1, 106 | consider that every angelic enlightening is an ~angelic speech; but 7 1, 106 | not every speech is an ~enlightening; because, as we have said ( 8 1, 106 | will is not, as such, an enlightening. For to know what ~you may 9 1, 106 | God to the angels is an enlightening; ~because since the will 10 1, 107 | actions of "cleansing," "enlightening," ~and "perfecting." For 11 1, 107 | the order of ~priests, is "enlightening," and of bishops "perfecting," 12 1, 107 | adapted to the immediate enlightening of the second ~hierarchy, 13 1, 114 | on the human intellect by enlightening it. On the other ~hand, 14 1, 117 | higher ~agent, namely God enlightening (the soul) from without. 15 2, 5 | else; for if they could, ~enlightening and heating would go on 16 2, 68 | refreshing the heart and enlightening its darkness," of ~which, 17 2, 68 | Jer. 31:3,4); but the enlightening of the mind remains. ~Of 18 2, 79 | the universal cause of the enlightening ~of souls, according to 19 2, 79 | the universal cause of the enlightening of bodies, though not in 20 2, 102 | the Lord ~is lightsome, enlightening the eyes." But the ceremonial 21 2, 102 | new moon, signified the enlightening of the primitive Church 22 2, 42 | the Lord is ~lightsome, enlightening the eyes." Now it is useless 23 2, 94 | wisdom is effected by the enlightening of the intellect, ~wherefore 24 2, 169 | ever in need of a fresh enlightening, so too the prophet's mind 25 2, 169 | intellect is passive to the enlightening of the Divine light.~Aquin.: 26 2, 169 | a higher way through the enlightening of the Divine ~light. As 27 2, 170 | they know to men, not by ~enlightening the intellect, but by an 28 2, 171 | change results from the enlightening ~action of the active intellect. 29 2, 172 | received. Thus as ~regards the enlightening of the intellect there is 30 2, 175 | prophecy consists in God enlightening the ~mind, on the part of 31 2, 178 | to wit, ~by the divine enlightening we know things that seem 32 2, 179 | teaches another by cleansing, enlightening, and ~perfecting him: and 33 2, 186 | contemplate, ~namely by enlightening the intellect. For the contemplative 34 3, 13 | even the highest spirits, enlightening them, as Dionysius says ~( 35 3, 46 | And since the perfect enlightening ~will come about at Christ' 36 3, 52 | hell, by visiting it and enlightening it. Accordingly it is written ~( 37 3, 52 | confines of hell, ~but by enlightening them with the light of glory 38 3, 64 | invisibly - by cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting.~Aquin.: 39 3, 65 | actions are "cleansing," "enlightening," and "perfecting." Mere ~ 40 3, 65 | But cleansing coupled with enlightening, according to ~Dionysius, 41 3, 66 | Orth. iv), has a power of enlightening. But enlightenment is a 42 3, 67 | cleansing" but also of "enlightening." Consequently, it is ~outside 43 3, 82 | the priest's "power ~of enlightening" (Eccl. Hier. v), inasmuch 44 Suppl, 29| at either cleansing, or enlightening, or perfecting. Now ~Extreme 45 Suppl, 29| at either cleansing, or enlightening, for ~this is ascribed to 46 Suppl, 29| doubt that it ~possesses an enlightening and cleansing power, even 47 Suppl, 31| This sacrament cleanses by enlightening through the ~bestowal of 48 Suppl, 37| reference to cleansing, ~enlightening, and perfecting. Thus they 49 Suppl, 37| disturbs a man both ways. But ~enlightening, which is effected by teaching, 50 Suppl, 37| belongs ~to the bishops alone, enlightening to the priests, and cleansing 51 Suppl, 40| extends only to cleansing and enlightening, whereas the ~episcopal 52 Suppl, 89| not indeed with a new ~enlightening, so as to increase the knowledge 53 Suppl, 93| teach us by ~cleansing, enlightening, and perfecting [*Cf. FP,


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