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48 accuser
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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closed

   Part, Question
1 2, 79 | whose ~window-shutters are closed, although the sun is in 2 2, 79 | this is ~the person who closed the shutters. On the other 3 2, 96 | the city are to be kept closed, this is ~good for public 4 2, 10 | the temples of idols to be closed, ~and afterwards, to be 5 2, 156 | to all vices: if it be ~closed, peace is ensured within 6 2, 162 | created with their eyes closed, ~especially since it is 7 3, 28 | be able to go through a closed ~passage; since two bodies 8 3, 28 | forth from His ~Mother's closed womb: and consequently that 9 3, 28 | seems that ~to go through a closed passage pertains to a glorified 10 3, 28 | not come forth through the closed womb of the Virgin.~Aquin.: 11 3, 28 | when He came forth from the closed womb of a virgin; and ~that 12 3, 28 | in which was the Godhead closed doors were no ~obstacle. 13 3, 28 | iii): "What means this closed ~gate in the House of the 14 3, 29 | manhood He passed through the closed ~doors. If we are told why 15 3, 35 | Christ came forth from the closed womb of ~His Mother, and, 16 3, 37 | Christ came ~forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; and 17 3, 37 | virginal womb ~which had been closed to sexual union, in such 18 3, 39 | heavens were not previously closed to the eyes of the Son of 19 3, 39 | which entrance had been ~closed to the first man through 20 3, 39 | thenceforth would be never closed, the ~angels said, not ' 21 3, 45 | He ~came forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; of impassibility, 22 3, 45 | forth from the Virgin's closed womb: because the gifts 23 3, 49 | sin heaven's entrance is closed to man. ~Hence we read in 24 3, 54 | how could it enter through closed doors?" And he answers: " 25 3, 54 | cxxi super Joan.) he says: "Closed doors were no obstacle to ~ 26 3, 55 | hell and His body from the closed sepulchre; and likewise 27 3, 55 | them when the doors were closed: as Gregory says (Hom. xxvi 28 3, 55 | He had brought ~through closed doors, to show that His 29 3, 57 | among the disciples through closed doors, as Gregory says ( 30 3, 58 | sitting at the right hand, "is closed not only to all men, but ~ 31 3, 70 | the heavenly kingdom was ~closed to the circumcised. Therefore 32 3, 71 | original sin, man's sense is closed to the perception of the 33 3, 81 | when He came forth from the closed womb of the Virgin; agility, 34 Suppl, 7 | is not laid bare, but ~closed up. But the sin which is 35 Suppl, 7 | bare in confession, but closed up.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] 36 Suppl, 7 | bare to the priest, and ~closed to others by the seal of 37 Suppl, 10| impossible to enter by a closed door before it be ~opened. 38 Suppl, 10| mortal sin Paradise was closed to ~him before he conceived 39 Suppl, 17| opened to whomever heaven is closed, and vice ~versa. Therefore 40 Suppl, 17| the door of the kingdom is closed to us through sin, both 41 Suppl, 17| open, but ~it is said to be closed to someone, on account of 42 Suppl, 17| that door still remains closed to this or that man, on ~ 43 Suppl, 17| whereby hell is opened and closed, is the power of ~bestowing 44 Suppl, 17| is the door of hell, and closed, so that by the help of ~ 45 Suppl, 17| for that ~very reason, is closed to him, but it takes its 46 Suppl, 37| ministers ~stand at the closed door of the Church, others 47 Suppl, 80| human ~eyes came from the closed womb of the Virgin at His 48 Suppl, 80| brought in ~through the closed doors, so as to afford a


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