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38 heretical
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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frequent

   Part, Question
1 1, 85 | future; thus crows by their frequent ~cawing foretell rain. Therefore 2 1, 113 | because he shrinks from frequent ~defeat." That the devil 3 2, 53 | cut off or kept back by frequent use of his ~intellectual 4 2, 82 | Divine Scriptures in the frequent use of the plural ~for the 5 2, 88 | time, or if drunkenness be frequent, they ~become mortal sins." 6 2, 89 | are unable to have such frequent recourse to the ~fervor 7 2, 100 | perjury on account of ~the frequent use of oaths. Hence it is 8 2, 105 | latter kind of succor is more frequent and benefits the greater ~ 9 2, 106 | of the Old Law underwent frequent changes, since at times 10 2, 10 | be feared lest, through frequent dealings with those ~nations, 11 2, 47 | has to avoid, some are of frequent ~occurrence; the like can 12 2, 53 | difficult, it is of less ~frequent occurrence.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 79 | religion take its name ~from frequent reading, or from a repeated 14 2, 81 | brethren in Egypt make ~frequent but very short prayers, 15 2, 86 | account that which is of ~most frequent occurrence.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 93 | movements: thus from the frequent ~cawing of crows one might 17 2, 104 | them; such as good advice, ~frequent fellowship, affable and 18 2, 120 | perjury, which is of more frequent occurrence than ~blasphemy, 19 2, 140 | for man without danger by frequent practice in their ~regard 20 2, 147 | stomach's sake, and thy frequent ~infirmities"; and it is 21 2, 152 | intercourse would be very frequent and ~thus men's minds would 22 2, 169 | our prayers need ~to be frequent, "lest devotion be extinguished 23 2, 184 | vehement ~delectation, which by frequent repetition increases concupiscence, 24 2, 184 | contempt." Nevertheless the frequent repetition of a sin ~leads 25 2, 185 | business induce men to frequent the palaces of kings. Therefore 26 3, 36 | Jews, were accustomed to frequent apparitions of ~the angels: 27 3, 55 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's frequent appearing served to assure 28 3, 57 | more prevalent and of more ~frequent occurrence. Therefore, since 29 3, 70 | such things as are in ~more frequent use; for instance, water, 30 3, 80 | receive it often: I need a ~frequent remedy." The second thing 31 3, 83 | Lord, we beseech Thee, to frequent these ~mysteries." But there 32 Suppl, 9 | humble, pure, faithful,~Frequent, undisguised, discreet, 33 Suppl, 9 | his penance need not be "frequent."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[9] A[ 34 Suppl, 9 | requires that it should be "frequent"; and ~"not delayed," i.e. 35 Suppl, 18| not unreasonable, if ~by frequent confession even the whole 36 Suppl, 58| frigidity is a greater and more frequent impediment (for it not only ~ 37 Suppl, 65| way of exception to more frequent occurrences.~Aquin.: SMT 38 Suppl, 85| calamities will be more frequent, it ~is impossible to fix


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