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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wound

   Part, Question
1 1, 72 | carelessly fall into the fire, or wound himself with a sharp-edged 2 1, 77 | body, as when it feels a wound or something of that sort; ~ 3 1, 71 | carelessly fall into the fire, or wound himself with a sharp-edged 4 1, 76 | body, as when it feels a wound or something of that sort; ~ 5 2, 35 | sadness of the ~heart is every wound [Douay: 'plague'], and the 6 2, 35 | surpasses ~every outward wound.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 7 2, 35 | Sadness of the heart is ~every wound," because even the pains 8 2, 85 | should not be ~reckoned a wound of nature. Therefore concupiscence 9 2, 85 | should not be ~reckoned a wound of nature.~Aquin.: SMT FS 10 2, 85 | the true, there is the ~wound of ignorance; in so far 11 2, 85 | order of ~good, there is the wound of malice; in so far as 12 2, 85 | the arduous, there is the wound of weakness; and ~in so 13 2, 85 | by reason, there is the wound of concupiscence.~Aquin.: 14 2, 87 | the stain is removed, the wound of sin is healed as ~regards 15 2, 19 | bruise is incurable, thy wound is very grievous." Now ~ 16 2, 19 | according to Jer. 15:18: "My wound is ~desperate so as to refuse 17 2, 19 | healed." [*Vulg.: 'Why is my wound,' ~etc.] Therefore despair 18 2, 41 | 1 Cor. 8:12): "When you wound the weak ~conscience of 19 2, 41 | against the ~brethren and wound their weak conscience'], 20 3, 31 | had, together with the wound, the balm with which to 21 3, 31 | is infected cannot heal a wound; rather does it need to 22 3, 31 | actually in human nature a wound, ~i.e. the infection of 23 3, 31 | But the balm to heal the wound was ~not there actually, 24 3, 31 | him, not ~the heat of the wound, but the matter of the antidote."~ 25 3, 31 | the balm with which the wound was to be healed." Therefore 26 3, 38 | same saving aid to heal the wound of ~original sin as baptism 27 3, 62 | health-giving balm against the wound ~of original sin, as baptism 28 Suppl, 3 | sin, e.g. the hurt of a wound. ~Therefore contrition is 29 Suppl, 4 | of burning or ~cutting a wound. Now sorrow is in itself 30 Suppl, 7 | and the opening of the wound." Others say that ~"confession 31 Suppl, 15| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the wound caused by sin should be 32 Suppl, 16| no actual cure from the wound of sin without an ~act of 33 Suppl, 42| affords a ~remedy for the wound of sin, it was instituted 34 Suppl, 42| is directed against the wound of sin is ~necessary to 35 Suppl, 42| necessary to all who have that wound. Now the wound of concupiscence 36 Suppl, 42| have that wound. Now the wound of concupiscence is ~to 37 Suppl, 42| in matrimony against ~the wound of concupiscence, all men 38 Suppl, 93| any one receive a mortal wound for the faith and ~survive, 39 Suppl, 93| prison. ~But, even if the wound he receives be not mortal, 40 Suppl, 93| on the supposition of the wound which he received for the ~ 41 Suppl, 93| faith: and consequently this wound previously received for 42 Suppl, 93| not to die of the mortal wound ~received, or again if the


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