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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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infirmity

   Part, Question
1 2, 55 | power'] is made perfect in infirmity." But infirmity is an evil. ~ 2 2, 55 | perfect in infirmity." But infirmity is an evil. ~Therefore virtue 3 2, 55 | said to be "made perfect in infirmity," not of the reason ~indeed, 4 2, 77 | occupation, or ~some bodily infirmity; and, in this way, a man 5 2, 102 | maketh men priests, ~who have infirmity," it behooved the priest 6 2, 31 | the healing of a bodily infirmity, or the relieving ~of an 7 2, 81 | same passage, "helpeth our ~infirmity," since by inspiring us 8 2, 87 | necessity arises from the infirmity of ~those whom you convince, 9 2, 87 | whom you convince, which infirmity is indeed an evil. Accordingly ~ 10 2, 87 | of the person by ~whose infirmity you are forced to swear."~ 11 2, 87 | merely as a remedy for an infirmity ~or a defect, is not reckoned 12 2, 104 | What man, weighing his own ~infirmity, would dare to ascribe his 13 2, 121 | Virtue is perfected in infirmity." But fortitude is contrary ~ 14 2, 121 | fortitude is contrary ~to infirmity. Therefore fortitude is 15 2, 121 | is perfected, not in the infirmity ~of the soul, but in the 16 2, 121 | of the soul, but in the infirmity of the body, of which the 17 2, 121 | to acknowledge one's own infirmity, and this belongs ~to the 18 2, 160 | by considering one's own infirmity, according to Ecclus. 10: 19 2, 183 | scandal, healing of his infirmity, removal ~of his ignorance 20 3, 1 | that having recognized his ~infirmity he might cry out for a physician, 21 3, 14 | sorrows and acquainted with infirmity, and His ~look was, as it 22 3, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The infirmity assumed by Christ did not 23 3, 22 | maketh men priests, who have ~infirmity; but the word of the oath, 24 3, 27 | Power is made perfect in ~infirmity," which refers to the weakness 25 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The "infirmity" of the flesh, that pertains 26 3, 43 | first coming ~He came in infirmity, according to Is. 53:3: " 27 3, 43 | sorrows and ~acquainted with infirmity." But the working of miracles 28 3, 43 | to power ~rather than to infirmity. Therefore it was not fitting 29 3, 43 | Although Christ came "in the infirmity" of the flesh, which ~is 30 3, 47 | pleased to bruise Him in infirmity." Secondly, inasmuch as, 31 3, 48 | is consistent ~with the infirmity which He took upon Himself, 32 3, 51 | body comes of ~that body's infirmity of nature, which can no 33 3, 51 | death might be ascribed to infirmity of nature, ~Christ did not 34 3, 65 | corporal and spiritual infirmity, i.e. sin, hence man needs 35 3, 65 | man needs a cure from ~his infirmity; which cure is twofold. 36 3, 65 | Confirmation, ~against the infirmity of soul found in those of 37 3, 65 | being ordained against infirmity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 38 3, 79 | a ~remedy against daily infirmity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 39 3, 83 | to the darknesses of our infirmity; hence also in ~the midnight 40 3, 83 | hindered by some other ~infirmity from receiving the sacrament 41 3, 84 | man's hand, even bodily infirmity might be removed; even as 42 Suppl, 5 | that heals a lesser bodily infirmity, does not suffice to heal 43 Suppl, 20| is also "compassed with infirmity," ~and may happen to sin. 44 Suppl, 43| the man who contracts an infirmity would be punished if he 45 Suppl, 43| dissolved on account of a bodily infirmity. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 46 Suppl, 43| betrothed parties incur an infirmity which ~notably weakens the 47 Suppl, 49| allowed in the state of infirmity "by ~indulgence" (1 Cor. 48 Suppl, 64| woman both on account of her infirmity since a woman in that state ~ 49 Suppl, 64| in a man is the result of infirmity, nor ~is the seed in this 50 Suppl, 85| judge with the appearance of infirmity ~wherein He was judged unjustly, 51 Suppl, 87| enemies by His Passion and infirmity. He will also ~show forth


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