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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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declare

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | Holy Ghost," because, they declare, ~since the word "principle" 2 1, 46 | order more manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 47 | order more manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 94 | authorities of the ~Saints declare that man possessed grace 5 2, 6 | Aristotle (Ethic. iii, 1) declare. But the principle of human ~ 6 2, 17 | the reason can intimate or declare something in two ways. ~ 7 2, 79 | shalt surely die,' thou declare it not to him."] . . . I ~ 8 2, 1 | thy father, and he will declare to thee." Now the apostles ~ 9 2, 38 | a private individual to ~declare war, because he can seek 10 2, 38 | demands that the power to declare and counsel war should be ~ 11 2, 38 | or do, because we do not ~declare our purpose or meaning to 12 2, 43 | things that ~follow, they declare in becoming order the means 13 2, 62 | Augustine (De ~Civ. Dei 22,23) declare.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 14 2, 66 | prudence, lest he should declare a man ~to have been guilty 15 2, 68 | bound to do what he can to declare the truth to someone ~who 16 2, 68 | superior's authority to declare the ~truth, and when such 17 2, 85 | I have not spared to declare ~unto you all the counsel 18 2, 91 | pernicious for anyone ~to declare that Christ has yet to suffer. 19 2, 95 | belongs to religion to ~declare one's faith by certain signs 20 2, 147 | 2: The Apostle does not declare simply that it is good to ~ 21 2, 159 | with any virtue - namely to declare ~oneself more despicable 22 2, 169 | so far as the prophets ~declare for the instruction of others, 23 2, 170 | appointed God's minister to declare ~the truth, since "light 24 2, 175 | Further, it behooves man to declare in words things pertaining 25 2, 184 | Contra Vigilant.): "When you declare that those do better who 26 2, 185 | hath said: Why dost thou declare My ~justice?"~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 185 | consequently it is foolish to declare that the religious state 28 2, 187 | they choose, can at once ~declare the deed null and void." 29 3, 5 | the body. Now I know and declare that Christ is perfect ~ 30 3, 22 | to Is. 53:8: "Who shall declare His generation?" and ~Who 31 3, 31 | written (Is. 53:8): "Who shall declare His ~generation?" Therefore 32 3, 42 | Gentiles . . . and they shall declare My glory unto the Gentiles."~ 33 3, 44 | find Him saying, 'Go and declare the glory of ~God' (cf. 34 3, 48 | anyone, as even human laws ~declare. Consequently, since the 35 3, 55 | hands have handled . . . we declare."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 36 3, 72 | the Council of Orleans ~to declare that "those who come to 37 3, 81 | morsel, does most openly declare His ~betrayer."~Aquin.: 38 3, 84 | absolve thee," they mean "I declare you to be absolved." But 39 3, 84 | be explained to mean: "I declare thee ~absolved."~Aquin.: 40 3, 84 | I absolve thee" mean ~"I declare thee absolved," but this 41 Suppl, 6 | was necessary for a man to declare his sin by some ~external 42 Suppl, 6 | before the priest, and declare himself to be unconscious 43 Suppl, 8 | venial sins, or he must declare that he is free from mortal 44 Suppl, 9 | enough that the ~penitent declare it explicitly, and confess 45 Suppl, 11| as ~some say, he ought to declare that he cannot keep it secret, 46 Suppl, 18| as ~ministers, they may declare [*See note at the beginning 47 Suppl, 18| of the Old Law did but ~declare and did not operate the 48 Suppl, 18| of the keys would merely declare the Divine ~operation that 49 Suppl, 18| sacraments of the New Law declare ~the cleansing effected 50 Suppl, 18| Rom. v, Can. 5] says: ~"We declare it a mock penance if it 51 Suppl, 55| contracted, since he did not declare himself when ~according 52 Suppl, 89| Damascene (De Fide Orth. i) ~declare. Therefore our intellect


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