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abrogated 4
absalom 1
absence 129
absent 65
absolute 149
absolutely 534
absolution 105
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66 removing
66 wonder
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65 absent
65 attribute
65 beautiful
65 bridegroom
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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absent

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | anything means not to be absent from ~it. Now this is the 2 1, 8 | essence, that ~He is not absent from anything. Therefore 3 1, 22 | prevented, much good would be absent from the universe. ~A lion 4 1, 39 | earthly son ~this is sometimes absent by reason of lack of years. " 5 1, 42 | from the sun; wherein is absent equality of nature. The ~ 6 1, 42 | of nature or of time ~is absent in every mode whereby one 7 1, 54 | of these necessities is absent from the angels. They are ~ 8 1, 39 | earthly son ~this is sometimes absent by reason of lack of years. " 9 1, 42 | from the sun; wherein is absent equality of nature. The ~ 10 1, 42 | of nature or of time ~is absent in every mode whereby one 11 1, 55 | of these necessities is absent from the angels. They are ~ 12 1, 77 | sensation, but ~also when it is absent. Otherwise, since animal 13 1, 77 | moved to seek something absent: the ~contrary of which 14 1, 77 | something apprehended and absent. Therefore an animal through 15 1, 84 | for itself an image of an ~absent thing, or even of something 16 1, 86 | see itself as if it were absent, but to discern itself as 17 2, 3 | directed to the end, both absent, when it ~desires it; and 18 2, 4 | are in the body, we are absent from the Lord"; and he ~ 19 2, 4 | and have a good will to be absent . . . from the body, and 20 2, 15 | singulars be present or absent. And since the ~act of an 21 2, 28 | remains whether the beloved be absent or present.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 28 | ensues. But if the beloved be absent, ~two passions arise; viz. 23 2, 30 | it is really present, or absent: because, according as it 24 2, 30 | whereas, according as ~it is absent, it causes the faculty to 25 2, 30 | concupiscence, ~inasmuch as, when absent, it draws the faculty to 26 2, 30 | absolutely, but considered as absent: just as the sensible, considered 27 2, 30 | like fear, it regards the absent evil; sometimes it goes ~ 28 2, 32 | and memory regard what is absent: since memory is of the ~ 29 2, 32 | absolutely ~speaking, are absent: and yet those are, after 30 2, 33 | present than towards an ~absent thing. Now such bodily disturbances 31 2, 38 | united us to our ~dead or absent friends, become burdensome 32 2, 38 | common with a deceased or ~absent friend, there are two causes 33 2, 43 | is feared, were entirely ~absent.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[43] A[ 34 2, 67 | are in the ~body, we are absent from the Lord: for we walk 35 2, 67 | who are in glory are not absent from the Lord, but ~present 36 2, 105 | restitution, even if he were ~absent when it depreciated or died: 37 2, 4 | certainty of the mind about absent things which surpasses opinion 38 2, 4 | the present ~and of the absent. Consequently a thing to 39 2, 4 | since hope is always of the absent and ~the unseen.~Aquin.: 40 2, 5 | as now ~believers seek an absent God by faith, but by seeing 41 2, 5 | them so that they sought an absent ~God as we seek Him: since 42 2, 27 | we ~love by charity, is absent from us, so long as we are 43 2, 27 | are in the body, we are absent from the Lord" (2 ~Cor. 44 2, 27 | his friend, ~though he be absent. On the other hand sorrow 45 2, 27 | body, we are said to be "absent ~from the Lord," in comparison 46 2, 66 | something to one ~who is absent, as Augustine declares ( 47 2, 66 | accusation by one who is absent: but it ~does not exclude 48 2, 71 | of ~backbiting if he be absent, but of reviling if he alone 49 2, 71 | if a man speak ill of an absent person to one man alone, 50 2, 71 | backbite is to speak ill of an absent person in order to ~blacken 51 2, 137 | which will be altogether absent from heaven." ~Therefore 52 2, 171 | with the soul one who is absent, as though ~we saw him with 53 2, 172 | are in the body, we are absent from ~the Lord."~Aquin.: 54 2, 173 | are in the body we are absent from the Lord. For we walk 55 2, 173 | that state, Paul was not absent from the Lord, for he saw 56 2, 173 | In this rapture Paul was absent from the Lord as regards ~ 57 3, 5 | Hence, ~if the soul is absent, there are no bones nor 58 3, 8 | otherwise they would be "absent from the Lord," as the ~ 59 3, 59 | and have a good will to be absent rather from the body, and 60 3, 83 | the wine or the ~water is absent, then he ought at once to 61 3, 83 | discover that the water is absent, he ~ought notwithstanding 62 Suppl, 9 | sometimes a man's own priest is absent, so that the penitent ~cannot 63 Suppl, 55| persons already married was absent from the diocese ~at the 64 Suppl, 80| which will be ~altogether absent from the glorified bodies. 65 Suppl, 92| are in the body we are ~absent from the Lord" (2 Cor. 5:


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