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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wounds

   Part, Question
1 2, 28 | Whether love is a passion that wounds the lover?~Aquin.: SMT FS 2 2, 28 | It would seem that love wounds the lover. For languor denotes 3 2, 28 | unsuitable to the lover, wounds and worsens him. ~Wherefore 4 2, 35 | even the pains of outward wounds are comprised in ~the interior 5 2, 45 | provoked by the infliction of wounds. But anger ~causes daring; 6 2, 85 | altogether?~(3) Of the four wounds, mentioned by Bede, with 7 2, 85 | suitably ~reckoned as the wounds of nature consequent upon 8 2, 85 | suitably reckoned as the wounds of nature consequent upon 9 2, 85 | Accordingly these are the four wounds inflicted on the whole of 10 2, 85 | above (AA[1], 2), these four wounds are also ~the result of 11 2, 85 | Augustine, includes the three wounds affecting the appetitive 12 2, 85 | vexation" are consequent wounds, since a man is vexed through 13 2, 30 | 27:6: ~"Better are the wounds of a friend, than the deceitful 14 2, 34 | that "self-inflicted pain wounds the pining spirit, which 15 2, 113 | 27:6): "Better are the wounds of a friend than the deceitful 16 2, 121 | bodily contact, ~such as wounds and blows. Hence the brave 17 3, 1 | away ~diseases, take away wounds, and there is no need of 18 3, 14 | Thomas, by the ~sight of His wounds, was recalled to the faith, 19 3, 15 | although ~blows struck Him and wounds were inflicted on Him, and 20 3, 39 | refuge and hope, in the death wounds of Christ, who ~is the Rock 21 3, 46 | fear; in His body, from wounds and scourgings.~Aquin.: 22 3, 54 | incorrupt." ~But scars and wounds imply corruption and defect. 23 3, 54 | seem fitting for the open ~wounds to remain in Christ's body; 24 3, 54 | although the traces of the wounds ~might remain, which would 25 3, 54 | Martyrs the traces of the ~wounds which they bore for Christ' 26 3, 54 | them, so will He show His wounds to His ~enemies, so that 27 3, 54 | whom you crucified; see the wounds you inflicted; recognize 28 3, 54 | the places scarred by the wounds.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 29 3, 54 | Although those openings of the wounds break the continuity ~of 30 3, 54 | only saw, but handled the wounds, because as Pope Leo [*Cf. ~ 31 3, 54 | willed the scars of His wounds to remain on His ~body, 32 3, 55 | Gregory, Hom. xxvi]: the wounds were what ~he saw, God was 33 3, 55 | and bore the scars of His wounds. ~Consequently, it seems 34 3, 55 | showing them the scars of the wounds; hence, as we read ~in the 35 3, 61 | remedies for the healing of wounds inflicted by sin. Therefore ~ 36 3, 83 | the ~places of the five wounds. Therefore Christ's body 37 3, 83 | order to ~represent His five wounds, in the fourth place, there 38 Suppl, 29| healing of ~the internal wounds cannot be perfectly signified 39 Suppl, 29| the various sources of the wounds. Hence several actions ~ 40 Suppl, 79| such as the scars of the wounds in the martyrs, even as 41 Suppl, 79| Reply OBJ 5: The scars of wounds will not be in the saints, 42 Suppl, 79| kingdom the scars of the wounds in their bodies, which they 43 Suppl, 87| not only the scars of His wounds but even His most ~shameful 44 Suppl, 93| received, or again if the wounds received were not mortal, 45 Suppl, 93| kingdom the scars of the ~wounds in their bodies, which they


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