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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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continual

   Part, Question
1 1, 26 | happiness, God possesses a ~continual and most certain contemplation 2 1, 83 | things. For what is in a continual state of flux, ~cannot be 3 1, 91 | male sex is ~not found in continual union with the female in 4 1, 103 | light in the air is by the continual ~influence of the sun.~Aquin.: 5 2, 3 | operation neither can be continual, nor, consequently, ~is 6 2, 3 | be united to God by ~one, continual, everlasting operation. 7 2, 20 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This continual movement which proceeds 8 2, 32 | are they capable of being continual.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 9 2, 35 | Douay: 'sadness'] and continual pain [Douay: 'sorrow'] in 10 2, 68 | end, as not to stand in continual need ~of being moved by 11 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The continual corruption of the sensuality 12 2, 76 | ignorance. But ignorance is continual in the one ~who is ignorant. 13 2, 85 | from a ~finite magnitude a continual subtraction be made in the 14 2, 87 | eternity, not only as regards ~continual sinning throughout his whole 15 2, 102 | temporal solemnities, ~and one continual solemnity, as may be gathered 16 2, 102 | Num. 28,29. There ~was a continual feast, since the lamb was 17 2, 102 | morning ~and evening: and this continual feast of an abiding sacrifice 18 2, 102 | these feasts was that the continual sacrifice ~of the lamb foreshadowed 19 2, 102 | addition to these. First, a continual recollection of God in ~ 20 2, 15 | of thy house." Thus the continual ~remembrance of God's commandments 21 2, 23 | every finite thing can, by continual increase, attain to ~the 22 2, 23 | bounds of which may, by continual ~alteration, be passed, 23 2, 73 | A secure mind is like a continual feast." Wherefore he that ~ 24 2, 81 | that prayer should not be continual. It is written ~(Mt. 6:7): " 25 2, 81 | view prayer ought to be continual: wherefore ~Augustine says ( 26 2, 81 | themselves a prayer of continual longing." But prayer, considered 27 2, 81 | considered in ~itself, cannot be continual, because we have to be busy 28 2, 81 | either through having a continual ~desire, as stated above; 29 2, 142 | though ~this entailed a continual harm to us: whereas the 30 2, 150 | that "virginity is the continual meditation on ~incorruption 31 3, 37 | the lamb, ~which was a "continual sacrifice" [Vulg.: 'holocaust'], 32 3, 55 | of the Resurrection; but continual intercourse might have ~ 33 3, 84 | penance ~grief should be continual."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 34 3, 84 | not prevent penance being ~continual, as explained above.~Aquin.: 35 Suppl, 4 | But there is no need for continual satisfaction. Therefore ~ 36 Suppl, 4 | contrition for sin need not be continual.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[1] 37 Suppl, 4 | good ~thing, if it is not continual; for honey should be mingled 38 Suppl, 4 | expedient for sorrow to be as continual as possible.~Aquin.: SMT 39 Suppl, 25| other hand if there be ~a continual indulgence in a certain 40 Suppl, 28| one makes profession of continual ~repentance. Wherefore repetition 41 Suppl, 64| marital intercourse as from continual cohabitation. And though 42 Suppl, 64| complaint of this ~kind is continual or lasting like leprosy: 43 Suppl, 67| which ~her children through continual contact with her would imitate. 44 Suppl, 72| avoid tediousness, for ~continual attention to one thing makes 45 Suppl, 72| perfect - or as regards their continual ~endurance; and thus the 46 Suppl, 88| heaven is ~for the sake of continual generation in this lower 47 Suppl, 88| species: and to this end their continual generation is directed ( 48 Suppl, 94| Now there cannot be a continual dissolution from the bodies


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