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sailing 3
sailor 6
sailors 1
saint 35
saintly 2
saints 529
saith 28
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35 replied
35 research
35 round
35 saint
35 scientific
35 speaker
35 sphere
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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saint

   Part, Question
1 2, 65 | is to be found in every saint: and yet there are ~some 2 2, 66 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: One saint is praised chiefly for one 3 2, 66 | for one virtue, another saint ~for another virtue, on 4 2, 81 | we ought not to call upon Saint Peter, but on his soul, 5 2, 81 | prayers ~addressed to a saint of lower degree are more 6 2, 122 | celebrate the martyrdom of Pope Saint Marcellus, ~notwithstanding 7 2, 145 | is not to be found in the saint's works.] In like manner ~ 8 2, 172 | to evoke the soul of a saint, or to force it to do any 9 2, 176 | working miracles by invoking a saint; but the ~miracle is ascribed 10 3, 2 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, every saint is united to God by grace. 11 3, 13 | is given to the soul of a saint, so that these ~miracles 12 3, 15 | parity between the soul of a saint and of ~Christ, for two 13 3, 25 | it. Therefore, after a ~saint's death, it seems that his 14 3, 25 | OBJ 3: The dead body of a saint is not identical with that 15 3, 25 | identical with that which ~the saint had during life, on account 16 3, 27 | Mother of God than on any saint. Now it seems to have been ~ 17 3, 27 | celebrated ~except of some saint. But some keep the feast 18 3, 50 | after his ~death we say: "Saint Peter, pray for us." But 19 3, 50 | error in faith: as Hugh of Saint Victor, who (De Sacram. 20 3, 58 | it can be said that every saint in bliss is placed on God' 21 3, 81 | 3~I answer that, Hugh of Saint Victor (Innocent III, De 22 Suppl, 36| not every priest ~is a saint, but every saint is a priest." 23 Suppl, 36| priest ~is a saint, but every saint is a priest." Now a man 24 Suppl, 36| priest." Now a man becomes a saint by ~the merit of his life. 25 Suppl, 71| or reward accrues ~to the saint from the suffrages offered 26 Suppl, 71| the intercession of the saint whose suffrage is besought 27 Suppl, 71| visits the shrine ~of some saint. Hence since the dead can 28 Suppl, 71| to the patronage of ~some saint, by whose prayers we must 29 Suppl, 72| infinitely more merciful than any saint, and consequently His will 30 Suppl, 72| hearing, than the will of a ~saint. Therefore it would seem 31 Suppl, 72| greater devotion for a ~lesser saint than for a greater, and 32 Suppl, 72| special cases, for instance to Saint Anthony against ~the fire 33 Suppl, 72| is rendered worthy of a saint's prayers for him by ~the 34 Suppl, 80| the glorified body of a saint will be able to be in the ~ 35 Suppl, 90| Now the place where ~the saint will be beatified is not


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