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occasional 13
occasionally 17
occasioned 33
occasions 42
occult 15
occultation 2
occultly 1
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42 myself
42 nearest
42 nemesius
42 occasions
42 only-begotten
42 participates
42 paschal
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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occasions

   Part, Question
1 1, 91 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, occasions of sin should be cut off. 2 2, 71 | consider also the causes, or ~occasions of the omission, then the 3 2, 71 | circumstantial ~acts and occasions would be essential to other 4 2, 77 | object of the will, yet it occasions a certain change in the ~ 5 2, 98 | only evil, but also ~the occasions of evil. But the Old Law 6 2, 101 | which are lit up on those occasions. But many other things ~ 7 2, 101 | in ~consequence find many occasions of disobedience did not 8 2, 102 | longer reason to fear these occasions of idolatry. Wherefore ~ 9 2, 102 | the entire removal ~of all occasions of concupiscence. Because 10 2, 108 | internal acts, ~and from the occasions of evil deeds. In the second 11 2, 41 | rightly said ~or done that occasions spiritual downfall?~Aquin.: 12 2, 41 | rightly said or done that occasions spiritual downfall." For 13 2, 41 | scandal is something that occasions another's spiritual ~downfall, 14 2, 41 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, a man occasions his neighbor's spiritual 15 2, 41 | rightly done ~or said, that occasions another's spiritual downfall."~ 16 2, 41 | who gives scandal, and so occasions a spiritual downfall. ~Accordingly 17 2, 87 | take pleasure in seeking occasions of ~swearing, as though 18 2, 87 | Nor ~should they on such occasions take oaths temporal matters, 19 2, 96 | observed, and in order to avoid occasions of perjury, ~let them not 20 2, 121 | rare occurrence, yet the ~occasions of those dangers occur frequently, 21 2, 154 | part of the passion which occasions the downfall of reason. ~ 22 2, 178 | wronging others lessens the occasions of quarrels and ~disturbances. 23 2, 184 | charity, much more are the occasions of sin cut off, for sin 24 2, 185 | obstacles to virtue and ~occasions of sin. Now the receiving 25 2, 187 | charity, remove ~also the occasions of sin: for instance, it 26 2, 187 | repentance, inasmuch as occasions of sin are ~removed by religious 27 3, 36 | influenced by the stars. But occasions of ~sin should be taken 28 3, 40 | in as far as these are occasions of sin: since ~abundance 29 3, 41 | Para. 1/2 ~Reply OBJ 2: The occasions of temptation are twofold. 30 3, 41 | occasion of sinning. And such occasions of temptation should ~be 31 3, 41 | In Luc. iv, ~1). And such occasions of temptation are not to 32 3, 42 | particular sermon, since on other occasions He said many things ~to 33 3, 42 | it belonged to remove occasions of error, and to ~open out 34 3, 60 | sign, and consequently ~occasions deception: this is clearly 35 3, 68 | and are made to avoid the ~occasions of sin: "for satisfaction 36 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, occasions of error ought to be withheld 37 Suppl, 12| of past sin; and external occasions of sin, such as place, ~ 38 Suppl, 12| therefrom, but they are occasions of sin. Nor again can satisfaction 39 Suppl, 56| healing. Nevertheless Penance occasions a kind of ~bond between 40 Suppl, 67| afterwards hate her, and seek ~occasions to put her away"* alleging 41 Suppl, 93| preaching, in fact they are occasions of pride; for a gloss on 42 Suppl, 93| one who avoids ~more the occasions of corruption. For in this


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