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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | did He become thereby a glorious conqueror: ~"The government 2 2, 70 | fruit of ~good labor is glorious," and (Jn. 4:36): "He that 3 2, 86 | present ~it to Himself a glorious church not having spot or 4 2, 89 | present it ~to Himself a glorious church, not having spot 5 2, 100 | and the holy of the Lord glorious." ~Because these favors 6 2, 56 | to be justice, and more glorious than either the ~evening 7 2, 89 | fervently recalls "the glorious things of His works" [*Cf. 8 2, 110 | described as "proud" [Douay: ~'glorious']. Secondly, as being the 9 2, 121 | more important and more glorious than those ~connected with 10 2, 122 | Catholic faith ~which those glorious warriors have sealed with 11 2, 130 | in that a man thinks it a glorious thing for ~him not to yield 12 2, 132 | Magnificent [Douay: 'glorious'] in holiness," and ~(Ps. 13 2, 143 | makes a ~man honorable and glorious, so is the same thing honest 14 2, 170 | says (Coel. Hier. iv): "Our glorious fathers ~received Divine 15 3, 2 | xxviii): "One of these is glorious with miracles, the other 16 3, 8 | present it to Himself ~a glorious Church, not having spot 17 3, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: To be "a glorious Church not having spot or 18 3, 39 | present . . . to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot 19 3, 45 | which the body ~will be glorious.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 20 3, 49 | First of all, as to His ~glorious Resurrection: hence it is 21 3, 51 | His sepulchre shall be ~glorious."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[51] A[ 22 3, 53 | be ~uplifted by God to a glorious resurrection; hence it is 23 3, 53 | regard the body, as the glorious ~resurrection, to be first 24 3, 54 | the exemplate; much more glorious, then, was the ~body of 25 3, 54 | and so that body was made glorious.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 26 3, 55 | then, Christ rose by a ~glorious Resurrection, consequently 27 3, 55 | announce the dawn of Christ's glorious ~Resurrection. Hence Cyril 28 3, 55 | Resurrection was ~both true and glorious. That it was a true Resurrection 29 3, 56 | But our bodies are made ~glorious by sharing in the glory 30 3, 57 | But as ~the body is made glorious by participation with the 31 3, 57 | form; while among other glorious bodies it is manifest that 32 3, 66 | others: but as a sign of the glorious ~resurrection, unto which 33 3, 69 | restoration of nature through ~the glorious resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT 34 3, 77 | it possible for Christ's ~glorious and impassible body to be 35 Suppl, 69| their bodies and united to glorious bodies: ~whereas the same 36 Suppl, 75| the ~saints which will be glorious must needs differ from the 37 Suppl, 75| wicked which will not be glorious, in respect of the term " 38 Suppl, 79| impassibility renders the glorious bodies?~(4) Whether in them 39 Suppl, 79| to it and corrupt it. The glorious bodies are not ~said to 40 Suppl, 79| them less comely but more glorious. A certain beauty will shine 41 Suppl, 93| fruit of good ~labors is glorious." Others again say that 42 Suppl, 93| fruit of good labors is ~glorious" (Wis. 3:15). Now there 43 Suppl, 93| them less comely, but ~more glorious. A certain beauty will shine 44 Appen1, 1| impassibility, and thus will be glorious, so that there will be ~


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