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reunion 9
reunited 22
rev 2
reveal 41
revealed 114
revealers 1
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41 relate
41 repay
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41 reveal
41 rites
41 run
41 sanct
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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reveal

   Part, Question
1 1, 110 | imaginative vision. But the angels reveal things in dreams, as appears ~ 2 1, 111 | that God can immediately reveal things ~to men without the 3 1, 112 | enlightened by God, ~and these reveal them to the inferior. And 4 1, 112 | cannot know it unless God reveal it to them: and ~so they 5 2, 42 | guilty of a crime lest he reveal it to others.~Aquin.: SMT 6 2, 6 | s knowledge, unless God reveal them. To ~some, indeed, 7 2, 31 | Rule that "we are ~bound to reveal" a brother's sin, if it " 8 2, 60 | Further, no man is bound to reveal his own crime. But by making ~ 9 2, 60 | restitution a man would sometimes reveal his crime, as in the case 10 2, 60 | Although a man is not bound to reveal his crime to other ~men, 11 2, 60 | men, yet is he bound to reveal it to God in confession; 12 2, 69 | other side, or so as to reveal the secrets of his client 13 2, 71 | is a mortal sin. Now, to reveal an unknown sin, which pertains 14 2, 71 | it is not backbiting to reveal a man's ~hidden sin in order 15 2, 75 | Whether the seller is bound to reveal a fault in the thing sold?~( 16 2, 93 | this means they, at times, reveal certain future things to ~ 17 2, 170 | knowledge, which they can reveal to men: although those things ~ 18 2, 170 | Reply OBJ 2: The demons reveal what they know to men, not 19 3, 10 | 7), He was unwilling to reveal it; and, on the contrary, 20 Suppl, 11| Therefore such ought to reveal what ~they know through 21 Suppl, 11| certain cases it is lawful to reveal a confession.~Aquin.: SMT 22 Suppl, 11| suspicion of sin, and so to reveal the confession ~somewhat, 23 Suppl, 11| he is. ~But God does not reveal the sins which are made 24 Suppl, 11| therefore, should the priest reveal ~them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 25 Suppl, 11| amendment; otherwise he may reveal them to one who can be a 26 Suppl, 11| permission, a priest may reveal to another a ~sin which 27 Suppl, 11| penitent's ~permission, reveal to another a sin which he 28 Suppl, 11| penitent, ~the priest may reveal a sin of his to another.~ 29 Suppl, 11| can by his own authority reveal his sin ~to another. Therefore 30 Suppl, 11| that if the priest does reveal it, he does not ~break the 31 Suppl, 11| penitent's ~permission to reveal the sin, if they should 32 Suppl, 11| Para. 1/1~Whether a man may reveal that which he knows through 33 Suppl, 11| seem that a man may not reveal what he knows through ~confession 34 Suppl, 11| consequently a man cannot ~reveal that sin, because this is 35 Suppl, 11| confessional, he does not reveal what he heard in confession, 36 Suppl, 11| confessor is not forbidden to reveal a sin simply, but ~to reveal 37 Suppl, 11| reveal a sin simply, but ~to reveal it as heard in confession: 38 Suppl, 74| the apostles, He will not reveal to others: wherefore all 39 Suppl, 86| below them, and that ~they reveal their knowledge in whatever 40 Suppl, 86| of the saints should not reveal ~certain things to others, 41 Suppl, 86| terrible, because they ~will reveal in them certain things pleasing


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