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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | use ~of the sciences that supply their materials, as political 2 1, 25 | virginity. But ~God can supply charity that is lost; therefore 3 1, 63 | taken up into every order to supply for the angelic ruin. In 4 1, 70 | their instrument, except to supply phantasms through the senses. ~ 5 1, 64 | taken up into every order to supply for the angelic ruin. In 6 1, 71 | their instrument, except to supply phantasms through the senses. ~ 7 1, 83 | though the ~spirit were to supply the place of matter in regard 8 2, 28 | that which is above than to supply the defect of that ~which 9 2, 28 | is higher and better to ~supply the defect of another, in 10 2, 28 | Hence mercy, whereby we ~supply others' defects is a sacrifice 11 2, 30 | almsgiving is intended for the supply of a defect. But ~no man 12 2, 30 | a part of almsgiving to supply this ~defect by instruction. 13 2, 30 | effect, inasmuch as they supply our neighbor's corporal 14 2, 75 | account of the difference of supply: because ~where there is 15 2, 75 | exchange, which is directed to supply the ~necessaries of life, 16 2, 98 | look to the people for a ~supply to their need, but to the 17 2, 98 | baptism of desire would supply the lack of ~the sacrament.~ 18 2, 127 | useful is sought in order to supply a defect ~which is inconsistent 19 2, 162 | for two reasons. First, to supply a deficiency in respect 20 2, 166 | respect, surely effort will supply the defect."~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 185 | with their hands without a supply of necessaries, that when 22 2, 186 | unless the ~grace of God supply that which others acquire 23 3, 5 | image is not required ~to supply the place of the thing, 24 3, 23 | 2: Man works in order to supply his wants: not so God, Who ~ 25 3, 31 | matter which other women supply for the conception of their ~ 26 3, 32 | mother requires not ~only to supply the matter, which is the 27 3, 38 | had in ~Christ could not supply this defect. Secondly, because, 28 3, 66 | there being but a small supply of ~water, or through feebleness 29 3, 66 | for the name of Christ supply for what was lacking in 30 3, 67 | Baptism; since contrition can supply the defect of the ~priestly 31 3, 72 | commonly used, ~unless it be to supply the want of olive oil. Therefore 32 3, 89 | subsequent Penance does not supply that want, so as to make 33 Suppl, 8 | owner's will, in order to supply a ~bodily need. Therefore 34 Suppl, 8 | own priest, in order to supply his spiritual need.~Aquin.: 35 Suppl, 10| bound to confess in order to supply what was wanting to the ~ 36 Suppl, 26| is not such an unfailing supply of merits as to be ~sufficient 37 Suppl, 26| Church there is ~an unfailing supply of merits, chiefly on account 38 Suppl, 27| bring supplies to those who supply others out of their ~own 39 Suppl, 29| sacraments of the Church supply man's defects ~sufficiently 40 Suppl, 35| sacraments, the High Priest will supply the ~defect, and that He 41 Suppl, 57| seems ~necessary in order to supply the lack of children begotten 42 Suppl, 58| sufficiently developed to supply the lack of age, the ~marriage 43 Suppl, 78| Divine power will subtract or supply what was excessive ~or lacking 44 Suppl, 78| species, the Divine power will supply the defect at the resurrection, ~ 45 Suppl, 78| generation is directed to supply the defect resulting from ~


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