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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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breaking

   Part, Question
1 1, 96 | tree of life to ~banish the breaking up of old age"; and (QQ. 2 2, 87 | offend God for its sake, by breaking one of ~His commandments. 3 2, 100 | by God is he punished as breaking the law, who ~gives due 4 2, 100 | without at ~the same time breaking the precept concerning the 5 2, 102 | transgressing the law ~of Moses by breaking the Sabbath. And it was 6 2, 38 | something false, or through the breaking of a ~promise, and this 7 2, 62 | If a thief be found ~breaking into a house or undermining 8 2, 86 | that one may refrain from breaking the vow, not only through 9 2, 86 | On the other hand, the ~breaking of a vow is a kind of infidelity. 10 2, 86 | when he changes his mind by breaking his vow. Hence, Augustine ~ 11 2, 99 | religion, because he would be breaking the ~commandment prescribing 12 2, 152 | matrimony, in the point of breaking the marriage faith which 13 2, 160 | effect ~of pride, namely the breaking of the commandments, which 14 2, 187 | how ~much more shall the breaking of this promise given to 15 2, 187 | religion is in no way guilty of breaking his vow."~Aquin.: SMT SS 16 3, 40 | disciples, consented to their breaking the Law by plucking the 17 3, 55 | fear. (Nor is there any breaking of a promise here, but rather 18 3, 77 | can nourish?~(7) Of the breaking of the consecrated bread?~( 19 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, breaking is followed by sound. But 20 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, breaking and mastication are seemingly 21 3, 77 | believers." Consequently, the breaking ought not ~to be ascribed 22 3, 77 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Breaking arises from the division 23 3, 77 | this sacrament there was no breaking at all in reality, but ~ 24 3, 77 | one of these objects is breaking, ~whereby from one thing 25 3, 77 | there was indeed a genuine breaking, ~but without any subject. 26 3, 77 | must be the subject of the breaking.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 27 3, 77 | remains, then, that the breaking is in the dimensive quantity 28 3, 77 | s true body, so is the ~breaking of these species the sacrament 29 3, 77 | in ~this sense, that the breaking and the crushing with the 30 3, 78 | While He was blessing, and breaking, and giving it to His disciples, 31 3, 80 | Christ on that day after ~breaking their fast, so as to represent 32 3, 80 | body to be received ~before breaking the fast.~Aquin.: SMT TP 33 3, 83 | accord in the temple; and, breaking bread from ~house to house, 34 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: The breaking of the host denotes three 35 3, 83 | Hier. iii). Hence this breaking does not ~imply severance 36 3, 83 | either before or ~after the breaking. In this case then the priest 37 3, 83 | s rite, either as to the breaking, or else as to ~this, that 38 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The breaking of the consecrated host, 39 Suppl, 1 | is a difference between breaking and crushing or contrition, 40 Suppl, 1 | iv, in that we speak of breaking when a thing is ~sundered 41 Suppl, 8 | reasonably suspected of breaking the ~seal of confession, 42 Suppl, 41| one deserves a reward for breaking a precept. Now a special ~ 43 Suppl, 43| himself against the ~other by breaking off the engagement.~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 50| as by ~consecrating after breaking one's fast one would sin 45 Suppl, 74| which is signified by its ~breaking, there will be no time,


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