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communicates 45
communicateth 1
communicating 28
communication 38
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38 conform
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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communication

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | based upon agreement or communication ~in form, it varies according 2 1, 4 | according to the many modes of communication in form. ~Some things are 3 1, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If the communication of the divine goodness in 4 1, 23 | But if we consider the communication of this or ~that particular 5 1, 27 | in God is only by way of communication of the ~divine nature. Therefore, 6 1, 27 | is the only principle of communication of nature, ~procession in 7 1, 30 | as the principle of its ~communication to another. The opposition 8 1, 118 | nature has a virtue for the ~communication of its form to alien matter 9 2, 28 | But zeal is opposed to communication; since it seems an ~effect 10 2, 28 | the perfection of this ~communication, becomes hateful. Thus zeal 11 2, 10 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Communication with a particular person 12 2, 10 | withdraws the faithful from communication with certain unbelievers.~ 13 2, 22 | founded on some kind of communication.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 14 2, 22 | Accordingly, since there is a communication between man and God, ~inasmuch 15 2, 22 | needs be based on this same communication, of which it is written ( 16 2, 22 | love which is based on this communication, is charity: ~wherefore 17 2, 22 | to this life there ~is no communication or fellowship between us 18 3, 2 | by equivocation," i.e. communication of names, ~inasmuch as we 19 3, 3 | Incarnation, there results a ~communication of the properties belonging 20 3, 75 | further on: "The bread of communication is not simple bread, but 21 Suppl, 21| power ~to excommunicate; (3) communication with excommunicated persons; ( 22 Suppl, 23| 23] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF COMMUNICATION WITH EXCOMMUNICATED PERSONS ( 23 Suppl, 23| ARTICLES)~We must now consider communication with those who are excommunicated. ~ 24 Suppl, 23| impossible without ~some sort of communication. Therefore it is lawful 25 Suppl, 23| certain matters wherein ~communication is lawful, viz. in those 26 Suppl, 23| precept of charity to ~hold communication, the prohibition ceases, 27 Suppl, 26| the first nor the second communication is called ~an indulgence, 28 Suppl, 26| Church; whereas the third communication frees man even ~from this 29 Suppl, 34| the sacraments and the ~communication thereof, which are the cause 30 Suppl, 34| it is intended. Now the communication of divine things, which 31 Suppl, 34| is a kind of universal ~communication. Wherefore in the other 32 Suppl, 49| matrimony, so also should the communication of works.~Aquin.: SMT XP 33 Suppl, 54| propinquity ~based on the natural communication by the act of procreation 34 Suppl, 54| Ethic. ~viii, 12) this communication is threefold. one corresponds 35 Suppl, 69| are utterly cut off from communication with the living. For ~according 36 Suppl, 71| outside civic life, the communication of the ~spiritual life is 37 Suppl, 71| pertain ~chiefly to the communication of charity, or to the directing 38 Suppl, 87| in Him by reason of His communication with the Father: and ~therefore


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