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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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entrance

   Part, Question
1 2, 28 | itself to be ready for ~the entrance of the beloved. If, then, 2 2, 36 | error and pain stole an entrance in their company." But ignorance ~ 3 2, 100 | commandments suffices for entrance into life. But good ~works 4 2, 100 | works do not suffice for entrance into life, except they be 5 2, 102 | immediate preparation for entrance into glory, to ~which the 6 2, 102 | the priest, because the entrance ~to the kingdom of heaven 7 2, 16 | good," says: "Hope is the entrance to ~faith and the beginning 8 2, 16 | hope" is called ~"the entrance" to faith, i.e. of the thing 9 2, 16 | that it is called the ~"entrance to faith," because thereby 10 2, 98 | persons, it is lawful, while entrance to the ~monastery is free, 11 2, 98 | or receive something for entrance into a ~monastery (I, qu. 12 2, 182 | by their bishops the free entrance into the ~monastery."~Aquin.: 13 2, 184 | religious orders; fourthly, the entrance into the ~religious state.~ 14 2, 187 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE ENTRANCE INTO RELIGIOUS LIFE (TEN 15 2, 187 | We must now consider the entrance into religious life. Under 16 2, 187 | friends is ~requisite for entrance into religion?~~Aquin.: 17 2, 187 | 2~Now it is evident that entrance into religion pertains very 18 2, 187 | reasonably stated that also by entrance into religion ~a man obtains 19 2, 187 | punishment, ~nevertheless the entrance into religion is more profitable 20 2, 187 | to her ~parents." But the entrance to religion is optional. 21 2, 187 | considered. First, the ~entrance itself into religion, considered 22 2, 187 | thus it is ~certain that entrance into religion is a greater 23 2, 187 | fallible man. Secondly, ~the entrance into religion may be considered 24 2, 187 | room for ~doubt about the entrance to religion, since those 25 3, 28 | her sacred womb, which His entrance therein had hallowed." ~ 26 3, 32 | Him; that by the previous entrance of the Holy Ghost, ~Christ 27 3, 39 | baptisms: that it is the entrance to the ~kingdom of God, 28 3, 39 | 3/4~Thirdly, because the entrance to the heavenly kingdom 29 3, 39 | a special manner, which entrance had been ~closed to the 30 3, 39 | so as to signify that the entrance to heaven is opened to men ~ 31 3, 40 | which relate to Christ's entrance into ~the world, or to His 32 3, 49 | and by that sin heaven's entrance is closed to man. ~Hence 33 3, 51 | untenanted and open to the ~entrance of the fear of God. And 34 3, 69 | stated above (A[3]). But entrance to ~the heavenly kingdom 35 3, 69 | this is no bar to ~their entrance to the heavenly kingdom, 36 3, 70 | nothing but sin closes the entrance to the heavenly ~kingdom. 37 3, 70 | But before the Passion the entrance to the heavenly kingdom 38 3, 70 | remained the ~obstacle to the entrance of the kingdom of heaven, 39 3, 70 | Passion not ~even Baptism gave entrance to the kingdom. But were 40 3, 70 | s Passion, it would give entrance to the kingdom.~Aquin.: 41 3, 80 | according to the Law forbade entrance into the holy places, yet 42 3, 83 | the third referring to His entrance into glory, when He ~said, " 43 Suppl, 17| Church needs no keys for the ~entrance into heaven.~Aquin.: SMT 44 Suppl, 17| he ~placed an obstacle to entrance, but because he does not 45 Suppl, 19| removing the obstacles to the ~entrance into heaven; and this is 46 Suppl, 22| belongs somewhat to the entrance to the kingdom, in so far 47 Suppl, 28| done every year as long as entrance into the church is forbidden ~


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