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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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door

   Part, Question
1 1, 106 | go out as ~it were by the door of the tongue to show what 2 1, 110 | they could not find the door" ~(Gn. 19:11). [*It is worth 3 2, 102 | sprinkled "it over against the door of the tabernacle seven 4 2, 108 | striving to enter by the narrow door of ~perfect virtue; and 5 2, 15 | for instance, to the house door. Moreover it ~is clearly 6 2, 81 | chamber, and ~having shut the door, pray to thy Father in secret." 7 2, 81 | much is to knock at ~the door of Him we pray, by the continuous 8 2, 82 | towards the west, because ~the door of the Tabernacle looked 9 2, 98 | sacraments. Baptism is the door of the sacraments, as we 10 2, 121 | chiefly occupied, just as a door turns upon a hinge ~[cardine]. 11 2, 156 | quarrels," says: "Anger is the door to all vices: if it be ~ 12 2, 156 | Anger is stated to be the door to the vices accidentally, ~ 13 3, 8 | of us calleth himself the Door. He ~kept this for Himself 14 3, 8 | alone." And this because by door is implied the ~principal 15 3, 8 | inasmuch as it is by the door that all enter the ~house; 16 3, 51 | stone is rolled against the door." Furthermore, as ~Origen 17 3, 62 | for just as Baptism is the door ~of the sacraments of the 18 3, 62 | so was circumcision the door of the ~sacraments of the 19 3, 63 | whence it is called the "door of the ~sacraments." In 20 3, 68 | before Baptism, which ~is the door of all the sacraments. Secondly, 21 3, 69 | looked and behold (a ~great) door was opened in heaven." Therefore 22 3, 73 | spiritual life, and the door of the sacraments; ~whereas 23 3, 85 | first of all and opens the door to the others by ~expelling 24 3, 85 | OBJ 3: Penance opens the door to the other virtues, because 25 3, 85 | nature; yet it so opens the door to them that they enter 26 Suppl, 10| impossible to enter by a closed door before it be ~opened. But 27 Suppl, 17| one may enter a house the door of ~which is open. But it 28 Suppl, 17| I looked and behold a door ~was opened in heaven," 29 Suppl, 17| opened in heaven," which door is Christ, for He said of 30 Suppl, 17| Himself (Jn. ~10:7): "I am the door." Therefore the Church needs 31 Suppl, 17| instrument for opening a ~door. Now the door of the kingdom 32 Suppl, 17| opening a ~door. Now the door of the kingdom is closed 33 Suppl, 17| also is said to open the door; hence some say ~that He 34 Suppl, 17| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The door of heaven, considered in 35 Suppl, 17| Passion, John saw an opened door in ~heaven. Yet that door 36 Suppl, 17| door in ~heaven. Yet that door still remains closed to 37 Suppl, 17| out ~from sin which is the door of hell, and closed, so 38 Suppl, 28| bishop of the city at the door of the church. Having ~brought 39 Suppl, 35| contrary, Baptism is the door of the sacraments. Therefore 40 Suppl, 37| ministers ~stand at the closed door of the Church, others are 41 Suppl, 59| Church. Now Baptism is the door of ~the sacraments. Therefore


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