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sanction 5
sanctioned 14
sanctis 5
sanctity 38
sancto 3
sanctuary 12
sanctus 2
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38 recipients
38 reverse
38 rewarded
38 sanctity
38 self-subsisting
38 sensibles
38 shun
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sanctity

   Part, Question
1 1, 105 | are the nearer to God in sanctity, are in the lowest ~grade, 2 1, 107 | Coel. Hier. iii). But sanctity ~and resemblance to God 3 2, 73 | God by reason of personal sanctity, or official station. On 4 2, 68 | ought to ~be promoted whose sanctity makes their evidence of 5 2, 79 | religion is the same as sanctity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 6 2, 79 | religion is not the same as sanctity. Religion ~is a special 7 2, 79 | stated above (A[4]): whereas sanctity is a ~general virtue, because 8 2, 79 | Affectibus]. Therefore ~sanctity is not the same as religion.~ 9 2, 79 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sanctity seems to denote a kind of 10 2, 79 | says (Div. Nom. xii) that "sanctity is free from all uncleanness, 11 2, 79 | justice, it would seem that sanctity is not the same ~as religion.~ 12 2, 79 | of the parts of justice, sanctity is reckoned as distinct 13 2, 79 | from ~religion. Therefore sanctity is not the same as religion.~ 14 2, 79 | religion is ~the same as sanctity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 15 2, 79 | I answer that, The word "sanctity" seems to have two significations. 16 2, 79 | the signification requires sanctity to be ascribed to ~those 17 2, 79 | 2~Accordingly, it is by sanctity that the human mind applies 18 2, 79 | forth; while it is called sanctity, ~according as man refers 19 2, 79 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sanctity is a special virtue according 20 2, 79 | to have the ~character of sanctity unless it be referred to 21 2, 79 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sanctity differs from religion as 22 2, 81 | wishes to make known ~his sanctity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 23 2, 81 | on the part of God is His sanctity, on account of ~which we 24 2, 97 | ignorance sin ~against the sanctity of the law, violate and 25 2, 97 | said to sin against the sanctity of the divine ~law who assail 26 2, 97 | the different aspects ~of sanctity in the sacred things which 27 2, 150 | have forfeited even bodily sanctity, though she lost ~the integrity 28 2, 161 | De Civ. Dei i, 18), the sanctity of the body is not forfeited 29 2, 161 | forfeited so ~long as the sanctity of the soul remains. Also, 30 3, 32 | was Christ conceived in sanctity by the Holy ~Ghost, so as 31 3, 34 | not man He had not human sanctity. Therefore at the same time 32 3, 40 | thou mightest discern His sanctity and acknowledge His power."~ 33 3, 60 | having a certain hidden sanctity, and in this sense a sacrament 34 3, 60 | some relationship to this sanctity, which ~relationship may 35 3, 60 | certain causality. But sanctity from which a sacrament is 36 3, 63 | of the sacraments, since sanctity ~means immunity from sin, 37 3, 72 | man with all fulness of sanctity, knowledge and ~virtue." 38 Suppl, 62| because in reverence for her sanctity, he ~feared to cohabit with


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