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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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table

   Part, Question
1 1, 111 | greater, he that sitteth at table, or ~he that serveth? is 2 1, 111 | is not he that sitteth at table?" But the angels are ~naturally 3 2, 4 | may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom": and (Mt. 4 2, 31 | manifest in pleasures ~of the table and in sexual pleasures: 5 2, 33 | evident in pleasures of the table. On the part of the possessor, 6 2, 33 | case of pleasures of the table. This is why, when a man 7 2, 35 | than pleasures of the ~table or of sexual intercourse 8 2, 46 | viz. ~for pleasures of the table and for sexual pleasures. 9 2, 46 | especially of pleasures of the table, and of sexual ~pleasures, 10 2, 60 | about ~pleasures of the table, and "eutrapelia" about 11 2, 60 | as the pleasures of the ~table or of sexual intercourse, 12 2, 72 | in the pleasures of the ~table; and lust, which consists 13 2, 100 | which belongs to the first table, an affirmative precept 14 2, 100 | the precepts of the first table, which direct ~us to God, 15 2, 100 | the precepts of the second table contain the order of justice ~ 16 2, 102 | propitiatory, the ~candlestick, the table, the two altars, seem to 17 2, 102 | and over the ~ark was a table, called the "propitiatory," 18 2, 102 | opposite ~the ark; the "table of proposition," with the 19 2, 102 | incense, so to speak. The table ~signified the sustenance 20 2, 102 | southern side, while the table was placed to the north: 21 2, 102 | are much appreciated. The table was place ~there to signify 22 2, 102 | loaves which were put on the table ~in memory of the twelve 23 2, 102 | the twelve tribes. And the table was not placed in the ~middle 24 2, 102 | feasts of the moon, set up a ~table in front of the idol of 25 2, 102 | is also betokened in the table, because ~He is our spiritual 26 2, 102 | again, the candlestick and table may signify the Church's ~ 27 2, 104 | seven precepts of the second table. Therefore the judicial ~ 28 2, 10 | reservation." Now to ~sit at table with anyone is to communicate 29 2, 14 | vehement than those of the table. Wherefore lust gives rise 30 2, 84 | in that you ~say: The table of the Lord is defiled and 31 2, 86 | especially those of the First ~Table, since these aim directly 32 2, 86 | the precepts of the First Table since it is an act of ~religion. 33 2, 100 | which belong to the first ~table, follows the precept of 34 2, 116 | instance, the pleasures of the ~table and sexual pleasures: while 35 2, 120 | the precepts of the First Table.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 36 2, 144 | virtue. Now pleasures of the table are ~of a nature to withdraw 37 2, 168 | the precepts of the first table.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 38 2, 170 | hundred, who eat at Jezebel's table." Now these were worshippers 39 2, 185 | eats often at another's table, must needs flatter the 40 3, 46 | weapons, on the consecrated ~table, everywhere the cross shines 41 3, 55 | length when they were at ~table,' because no more were they 42 3, 67 | right to approach our Lord's Table. Consequently, just as it 43 3, 79 | thus do we depart from that table, being made ~terrible to 44 3, 80 | man approaches Christ's table with ~consciousness of sin, 45 3, 80 | fornicator approaching Christ's table sins as Judas did, whose 46 3, 80 | sinner approaching Christ's table is the gravest of all.~Aquin.: 47 3, 80 | sinners, "from eating at the table of the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 80 | is admitted to the Lord's table, he may not ~be robbed of 49 3, 80 | approaching the Lord's table, until they have repented 50 3, 80 | than approach the Lord's table unworthily.~Aquin.: SMT 51 3, 81 | a ~friend, comes to His table a foe?" But (Judas) did 52 Suppl, 93| Although the pleasures of the table are more necessary than ~


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