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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adults

   Part, Question
1 2, 91 | the ~children and to the adults, so also the one King, God, 2 2, 95 | not laid on children as ~adults); and should be according 3 2, 96 | children is not the same as for adults, ~since many things are 4 2, 113 | Baptism, infants and sometimes adults are justified without a 5 3, 34 | sanctification is twofold: that ~of adults who are sanctified in consideration 6 3, 64 | baptizes inwardly: whereas in adults, who have that ~intention, 7 3, 65 | been baptized, if they be adults.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 8 3, 67 | is no substitute, while adults cannot ~otherwise than by 9 3, 67 | that after being baptized, adults ~who can stand up of themselves 10 3, 67 | especially in ~the Baptism of adults, to raise the baptized from 11 3, 68 | baptized are children or adults. For if they be ~children, 12 3, 68 | 2/3~On the other hand, adults have a remedy in the mere 13 3, 68 | should not be conferred on ~adults as soon as they are converted, 14 3, 69 | But penance is required in adults before Baptism, according 15 3, 69 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adults who already believe in Christ 16 3, 69 | because children, like adults, are made members ~of Christ 17 3, 69 | of little children but of adults." In like ~manner we are 18 3, 69 | understand as applying to adults, that man "without ~himself 19 3, 69 | original sins, whereas ~in adults it takes away actual sins, 20 3, 69 | effect in Baptism. Whereas adults, who approach ~Baptism in 21 3, 70 | both little children and adults, were lost. And ~the same 22 3, 70 | justified both children and adults, so, too, after its ~institution. 23 3, 70 | seal of faith"; just as the adults offered ~prayers and sacrifices 24 3, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: When adults were circumcised, they received 25 3, 71 | Baptism is given not only to adults, but also to ~children, 26 3, 71 | sufficient in the case of adults ~having the use of reason.~ 27 3, 72 | to children but also to adults. But ~adults can stand for 28 3, 72 | but also to adults. But ~adults can stand for themselves. 29 3, 73 | Baptism in ~desire; but adults alone have: consequently, 30 3, 80 | there of the Baptism of adults. Nor do they suffer any 31 3, 80 | necessity with ~regard to adults.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 32 3, 86 | is no less with regard to adults than with regard to ~children. 33 3, 86 | Therefore ~He also pardons adults without penance.~Aquin.: 34 3, 89 | remiss, just as in Baptism adults ~receive a greater or a 35 3, 90 | just as ~Baptism does in adults, as stated above (Q[68], 36 Suppl, 8 | absolution, which regard none but adults, in whom ~contrition, together 37 Suppl, 18| cannot be given save to ~adults, who need to be disposed 38 Suppl, 18| Baptism is given, sometimes to adults, sometimes to ~children 39 Suppl, 18| previous ~disposition, while adults do not, for they require 40 Suppl, 18| were it never given save to adults.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 41 Suppl, 32| same ailments sometimes as adults. Now ~the same disease requires 42 Suppl, 32| children the same as to adults.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 43 Suppl, 32| caused by actual sin, as in ~adults, and this sacrament is given 44 Suppl, 72| their own merits, ~as to adults, or for others' merits,


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