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recompense 13
recompensed 1
reconcile 3
reconciled 44
reconciles 2
reconciliation 21
reconciling 6
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44 prejudice
44 pusillanimity
44 reconciled
44 savor
44 severity
44 shine
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reconciled

   Part, Question
1 2, 32 | alternately displeased and reconciled?" From ~these words we gather 2 2, 114 | life unless first he be ~reconciled to God, through his sin 3 2, 114 | satisfaction to him and is ~reconciled.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 4 3, 22 | Divine Nature." Moreover, He reconciled the human race to God, ~ 5 3, 26 | Christ, through Whom men are reconciled to God, according to 2 Cor. ~ 6 3, 26 | inasmuch as, by His death, He reconciled the human race to God. Hence 7 3, 26 | Mediator, inasmuch as He reconciled us ~to God: and this He 8 3, 31 | up to God, to whom we are reconciled by cleansing ~and expiating. 9 3, 47 | written (Rm. 5:10): "We are reconciled to God by the death of ~ 10 3, 48 | but in so far as we are reconciled with God ~it acts by way 11 3, 49 | Whether we were thereby reconciled with God?~(5) Whether heaven' 12 3, 49 | s power, inasmuch as it ~reconciled us with God, as shall be 13 3, 49 | Para. 1/1~Whether we were reconciled to God through Christ's 14 3, 49 | would seem that we were not reconciled to God through Christ's ~ 15 3, 49 | appear, then, ~that we were reconciled to God through Christ's 16 3, 49 | says (Rm. 5:10): "We are reconciled to God ~by the death of 17 3, 49 | Christ is not said to have reconciled us with God, as if ~God 18 3, 57 | that contrary elements are reconciled; so that in the state of 19 3, 61 | we were ~enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of His 20 3, 61 | His Son: much more, ~being reconciled, shall we be saved by His 21 3, 68 | another and of not being ~reconciled to one's neighbor, is a 22 3, 80 | their sins and ~have been reconciled to the Church; because after 23 3, 80 | die shortly, let ~him be reconciled by imposition of hands, 24 3, 83 | shedding of blood or seed are reconciled: ~because some machination 25 Suppl, 8 | sacraments man must needs be reconciled not ~only to God, but also 26 Suppl, 8 | Church. Now he cannot be reconciled to the ~Church, unless the 27 Suppl, 8 | command, he is not yet reconciled to the Church, so as to 28 Suppl, 8 | nor does he need to be ~reconciled to the Church. Consequently 29 Suppl, 12| satisfaction is that one may be reconciled to the person ~offended. 30 Suppl, 38| has fallen into heresy is reconciled ~he is not reconsecrated. 31 Suppl, 62| 6) Whether they can be reconciled after being divorced?~Aquin.: 32 Suppl, 62| sixth is if he has been reconciled to her by having carnal ~ 33 Suppl, 62| husband and wife may be reconciled after being divorced?~Aquin.: 34 Suppl, 62| husband and wife may not be reconciled after ~being divorced. For 35 Suppl, 62| cannot ~subsequently be reconciled.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 36 Suppl, 62| allowable for them to be reconciled, the ~husband would seem 37 Suppl, 62| if it were lawful to be reconciled to an adulterous ~wife, 38 Suppl, 62| cannot ~compel him to be reconciled, since the divorce has been 39 Suppl, 62| Therefore she may nowise be reconciled.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 40 Suppl, 62| husband ~is not bound to be reconciled to his wife, because she 41 Suppl, 62| remain unmarried, or be reconciled to her husband."~Aquin.: 42 Suppl, 62| the same reason, he can be reconciled to her ~after divorce.~Aquin.: 43 Suppl, 62| her husband may become reconciled to her; but if she ~remain 44 Suppl, 67| for a divorced wife to be reconciled to her husband, unless ~


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