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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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shares

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | communicable. For whosoever ~shares in the thing signified by 2 1, 13 | thing signified by a name shares in the name itself. But ~ 3 1, 85 | concentrated on itself, it shares in the knowledge of the ~ 4 2, 90 | himself, in so far as he shares ~the direction that he receives 5 2, 91 | given by God, whereby man shares more perfectly in the eternal 6 2, 25 | degrees according to ~various shares of happiness, and it belongs 7 2, 115 | Reply OBJ 2: Every virtue shares the nature of goodness by 8 3, 8 | since He is nearer God, and shares His ~gifts more fully, not 9 3, 19 | distinct; although the ~moved shares in the operation of the 10 3, 19 | same way the human nature ~shares in the operation of the 11 3, 19 | Nature, as an instrument shares in ~the operation of the 12 3, 19 | and His human operation shares in the power of the Divine. 13 3, 57 | fully anything corporeal shares in the Divine ~goodness, 14 3, 72 | perfection, since nature shares in this intention inasmuch 15 3, 79 | in act: and therefore he shares ~in the habitual effect 16 3, 82 | the deacon, in a measure, shares in the priest's "power ~ 17 3, 82 | the blood. so ~the priest shares in the "perfective dispensing" ( 18 3, 86 | Passion. Now in Baptism man shares the Power of ~Christ's Passion 19 3, 86 | on the other hand, man shares in the power of Christ's 20 Suppl, 11| the ~penitent's consent, shares in an act of the priest' 21 Suppl, 12| OBJ 3: Each moral virtue shares in the act of prudence, 22 Suppl, 25| without indulgences, a person shares in all the good ~deeds done, 23 Suppl, 39| there denotes a woman who shares in some act of a deacon, 24 Suppl, 55| a son with his ~father, shares in the same common stock 25 Suppl, 71| namely the anointer, "shares in the ~anointing and thus 26 Suppl, 77| nature, and ~this is what shares the form of human nature, 27 Suppl, 77| comes after, but because it shares the truth of human nature 28 Suppl, 81| Mundo ii), ~"that which shares the Divine goodness without 29 Suppl, 81| goodness without movement shares it more ~excellently than 30 Suppl, 81| excellently than that which shares it with movement." Now the 31 Suppl, 81| Now the glorified ~body shares the Divine goodness more 32 Suppl, 91| Whoever pities another shares somewhat in his ~unhappiness. 33 Suppl, 93| Yet this joy whereby one shares another's joy cannot be ~


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