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receptus 1
recesses 3
recipient 123
recipients 38
reciprocal 8
recital 5
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38 punishing
38 rapt
38 reading
38 recipients
38 reverse
38 rewarded
38 sanctity
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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recipients

   Part, Question
1 1, 44 | whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~ 2 1, 77 | if there be diversity of recipients. Thus, from ~the one essence 3 1, 45 | whiteness is multiplied by its recipients. Therefore all beings apart ~ 4 1, 76 | if there be diversity of recipients. Thus, from ~the one essence 5 1, 107 | so as to be the familiar recipients of God in themselves, ~in 6 2, 93 | naturally adapted to the recipients of virtue" ~(Ethic. ii, 7 2, 25 | benefactors ~seem to love recipients of their benefactions, rather 8 2, 167 | naturally ~inclined to be the recipients of the virtue that moderates 9 2, 175 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The recipients of a divinely conferred 10 3, 63 | Baptism pertains to the ~recipients, since it confers on man 11 3, 64 | devotion and reverence in the ~recipients. But those things that are 12 3, 65 | consider the agents, the ~recipients and the actions. The agents 13 3, 65 | sacrament of order belongs. The recipients are those who ~approach 14 3, 66 | this ~sacrament; (3) The recipients of this sacrament; (4) The 15 3, 73 | effects; fifthly, of the recipients of this ~sacrament; sixthly, 16 3, 79 | benefits others besides the recipients? ~(8) Of the obstacles to 17 3, 79 | benefit others besides the recipients?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 18 3, 79 | sacrament benefits only the recipients. For ~this sacrament is 19 3, 79 | sacraments only ~benefit the recipients; thus the baptized person 20 3, 79 | benefit others than the ~recipients.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 21 3, 79 | effects in others besides ~the recipients, a man might happen to acquire 22 3, 79 | benefit others besides the ~recipients, it would follow that it 23 3, 79 | this sacrament benefits ~recipients by way both of sacrament 24 3, 80 | other on the part of the ~recipients; on the part of the sacrament 25 3, 83 | merely on ~the part of the recipients, as in the other sacraments. 26 3, 84 | 3) Its Parts; (4) The recipients of this ~sacrament; (5) 27 Suppl, 16| We must now consider the recipients of the sacrament of Penance: 28 Suppl, 29| their actions, and the recipients. Nevertheless since Extreme ~ 29 Suppl, 31| actions, and some who are recipients only. Hence ~laymen are 30 Suppl, 31| to the ~devotion of the recipients of the unction, and to the 31 Suppl, 34| 2) Its effect; (3) The recipients of ~Orders.~Aquin.: SMT 32 Suppl, 37| so far as it places its recipients in a degree ~above other 33 Suppl, 37| sacrament itself, or to the recipients. If the former, this happens ~ 34 Suppl, 37| the preparation of the ~recipients can be exercised only over 35 Suppl, 37| the preparation of the ~recipients of a sacrament belongs to 36 Suppl, 37| The preparation of the recipients of a sacrament is ~twofold. 37 Suppl, 39| required ~on the part of the recipients since no act on their part 38 Suppl, 71| to render themselves fit recipients of those suffrages. It is


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