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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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5001 Suppl, 71| of God Whom we pray, it may extend to whatever is ordinately ~ 5002 Suppl, 71| a state, the work of one may avail ~another, not only 5003 Suppl, 71| for ~the purpose that they may profit such persons: so 5004 Suppl, 71| own works, for although we may impetrate for another that 5005 Suppl, 71| of Christ, that every one may ~receive the proper things 5006 Suppl, 71| pray for the dead that they may be loosed from ~sins." But 5007 Suppl, 71| R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Or we may reply, according to John 5008 Suppl, 71| are the dead," ~etc. Or we may reply that deeds done on 5009 Suppl, 71| answer that, Two things may be considered in the suffrages 5010 Suppl, 71| the departed. Secondly, we may consider the deed of the ~ 5011 Suppl, 71| sinner ~who offers suffrage may be considered - in one way 5012 Suppl, 71| state of merit, his act may be meritorious on account 5013 Suppl, 71| as ~he is offensive, it may be acceptable to God on 5014 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless, as stated above, it may in some ~way profit another, 5015 Suppl, 71| far as it is ~his own, it may be living in so far as it 5016 Suppl, 71| state of salvation, one may infer it with probability 5017 Suppl, 71| that is done for another may be ~considered in two ways. 5018 Suppl, 71| debt of one. Secondly, it may be considered as meriting 5019 Suppl, 71| holy prayers?" Hence we ~may gather that suffrages are 5020 Suppl, 71| Body Para. 5/5~However, we may admit, in a certain measure, 5021 Suppl, 71| could profit them. or we may say, according to some, 5022 Suppl, 71| the incident of Trajan it may be supposed with ~probability 5023 Suppl, 71| R.O. 5 Para. 2/2~Or we may say with some that Trajan' 5024 Suppl, 71| purgatory in order that they may be ~purified there, and 5025 Suppl, 71| purified there, and being pure may come to the kingdom. Now 5026 Suppl, 71| to that punishment. We may also reply with Damascene ( 5027 Suppl, 71| the action of the agent may be considered in relation ~ 5028 Suppl, 71| thy saints unto glory, so may they profit us unto ~healing." 5029 Suppl, 71| him, not that they also may be brought to ashes like 5030 Suppl, 71| accrues to the offerer. Or we may reply that the blessed departed 5031 Suppl, 71| that the blessed departed may ~derive a reward from suffrages 5032 Suppl, 71| or ~of the baptized, it may profit others even as other 5033 Suppl, 71| to a gloss this passage may be expounded in two ~ways. 5034 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless, this defect may be supplied by the greater 5035 Suppl, 71| offering of candles or oil may profit the departed in ~ 5036 Suppl, 71| crusade in order that some one may gain an indulgence ~for 5037 Suppl, 71| In order that indulgences may avail a person, there ~must 5038 Suppl, 71| answer that, An indulgence may profit a person in two ways: 5039 Suppl, 71| the value of suffrages may be gauged from two sources. 5040 Suppl, 71| for them ~in particular may profit them also.~Aquin.: 5041 Suppl, 71| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Prayer may be considered both on the 5042 Suppl, 71| if they need them not) we may ~well believe that by God' 5043 Suppl, 72| fathers . . . that thy eyes may not see all the evils ~which 5044 Suppl, 72| between us and God, that they may intercede for us.~Aquin.: 5045 Suppl, 72| to the saints, that they may pray God for us.~Aquin.: 5046 Suppl, 72| brought back to God, that ~we may receive His favors again. 5047 Suppl, 72| ask, yet on our part ~they may fail so that we obtain not 5048 Suppl, 72| R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~Or we may reply that prayer is meritorious 5049 Suppl, 72| to know what these signs may be: for the signs of ~which 5050 Suppl, 72| A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~We may also reply that all these 5051 Suppl, 72| the judgment immediately may be comprised under ~the 5052 Suppl, 72| the question at issue it may be taken either way. ~For 5053 Suppl, 72| either to their effects which may vary without any change 5054 Suppl, 72| and the form of an element may be ~considered in two ways: 5055 Suppl, 72| final conflagration." Or we may reply that if they refer 5056 Suppl, 72| no more," by the sea we may understand the present world ~ 5057 Suppl, 72| for eternity, that they may ~bear an eternal punishment. 5058 Suppl, 72| that those who rise ~again may receive punishment or reward 5059 Suppl, 72| Or ~else the restriction may refer to the children consigned 5060 Suppl, 72| induction of reason one may ~know something above nature, 5061 Suppl, 73| matter how sufficient it may be: thus heat, ~however 5062 Suppl, 74| of the world, so that all may rise together. For ~there 5063 Suppl, 74| the world, so that they may ~rise again together with 5064 Suppl, 74| the world, ~so that all may rise together.~Aquin.: SMT 5065 Suppl, 74| of the world, that all may rise together.~Aquin.: SMT 5066 Suppl, 74| resurrection of the dead that they may reign with Christ on earth 5067 Suppl, 74| revelation, so that all may be on the ~watch and ready 5068 Suppl, 74| Wherefore however much we ~may know its beginning, we are 5069 Suppl, 74| the ~time. Hence either may happen fittingly, namely 5070 Suppl, 75| Church ~prays that all debts may be forgiven her in this 5071 Suppl, 75| speaking on this question, as may be ~seen in the text (Sent. 5072 Suppl, 75| die that the bodies of all may be able truly to ~rise again, 5073 Suppl, 75| of all perish that they may be able to be ~reformed. 5074 Suppl, 75| for instance, a thing may be moved from blackness 5075 Suppl, 76| same errors of heretics may be refuted by the fact that ~ 5076 Suppl, 76| removed that which came before may yet remain. ~Now, as the 5077 Suppl, 76| arises from ~this - that man may obtain the last end for 5078 Suppl, 76| A[2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/3~We may also reply that the form 5079 Suppl, 76| 1~Reply OBJ 4: A statue may be considered in two ways, 5080 Suppl, 76| directed to the end that man may ~receive the meed of his 5081 Suppl, 76| its former state that it ~may be rewarded in due measure.~ 5082 Suppl, 76| observed that in ~man we may speak of parts in two ways: 5083 Suppl, 77| shall rise again that it may be rewarded for ~the works 5084 Suppl, 77| repaired in order that he may obtain his ultimate perfection. ~ 5085 Suppl, 77| Reply OBJ 1: The members may be considered in two ways 5086 Suppl, 77| merits ~that the whole man may be rewarded, who with his 5087 Suppl, 77| again. Now this humidity may be considered in a twofold ~ 5088 Suppl, 77| of the animal life. Or we may say ~with Augustine in his 5089 Suppl, 77| consequently some of it may ~possibly rise again in 5090 Suppl, 77| lifetime; any signate part one may take is ~indifferent to 5091 Suppl, 77| what is material therein it may ebb ~and flow. And thus 5092 Suppl, 77| other reasons against it as may be seen in the Second ~Book ( 5093 Suppl, 77| passed away: although it may be ~reckoned another part 5094 Suppl, 77| show that the same parts may be considered both in respect 5095 Suppl, 79| state of mortality." Or we may ~say that since, according 5096 Suppl, 79| answer that, Impassibility may be considered in two ways, 5097 Suppl, 79| God, nor conversely. Or we may say that the reason ~why 5098 Suppl, 79| angle, so that the ~angle may be so small that nothing 5099 Suppl, 79| according to others we may say that ~smelling and hearing 5100 Suppl, 79| of learning ~whereby they may acquire knowledge, but for 5101 Suppl, 80| the power of penetrating may ~happen through two causes. 5102 Suppl, 80| gold and similar things may be called subtle, ~when 5103 Suppl, 80| Para. 2/2~Further, this may again be proved from the 5104 Suppl, 80| subject. Thus then ~one line may be understood as being distinct 5105 Suppl, 80| become smaller than itself may be understood by a ~variation 5106 Suppl, 80| quantity ~however small it may become. And some have held 5107 Suppl, 80| according to its pleasure, it may happen by the Divine power 5108 Suppl, 81| movements, and thus it may be said ~that the bodies 5109 Suppl, 81| is in ~their power, they may show forth the excellence 5110 Suppl, 81| furthermore their vision may be refreshed by the beauty 5111 Suppl, 81| body, no matter how this may occur; ~even as neither 5112 Suppl, 81| which is in the ~negation may be nearer to or more remote 5113 Suppl, 81| matter how short a space we may take.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[84] 5114 Suppl, 81| body be ~forthwith." Or we may say that in the blessed 5115 Suppl, 81| resistance results from both, as may be seen in the movements ~ 5116 Suppl, 82| Wherefore a glorified body may be seen or not seen ~without 5117 Suppl, 83| who is ~about to be damned may be burdened with less grievous 5118 Suppl, 83| movement, movement or change may be withdrawn from a movable 5119 Suppl, 83| nature of its principles may be rendered incorruptible 5120 Suppl, 83| consequently the removal of death may contribute to the ~increase 5121 Suppl, 83| receptive of another. For a form may be received ~into a subject 5122 Suppl, 83| sometimes ~certain bodies may remain in fire without hurt, 5123 Suppl, 84| of Christ, that every one may receive the proper things ~ 5124 Suppl, 84| A[1], ad 1]. Or else we may refer the first books to 5125 Suppl, 84| and by the second book we may understand the Judge's sentence ~ 5126 Suppl, 84| that ~the Judge's sentence may appear just to all.~Aquin.: 5127 Suppl, 84| is not counted. Hence we may choose a ~middle way, by 5128 Suppl, 85| to judgment ~is that we may come to a decision about 5129 Suppl, 85| body, so that the Judge may be ~recognized in the body 5130 Suppl, 85| hidden, except that each one may be careful to prepare himself 5131 Suppl, 85| judgment is given that He ~may judge justly, since He was 5132 Suppl, 85| place of judgment; but it may be gathered from Scripture 5133 Suppl, 85| from earth and water. Or we may say that those ~clouds will 5134 Suppl, 85| Who ascended in ~a cloud may come to judgment in a cloud.~ 5135 Suppl, 86| to the ~Son, that all men may honor the Son." Therefore, 5136 Suppl, 86| Divine justice, that these may know ~what is due to them 5137 Suppl, 86| entail (Lk. 8:14). Or we may reply that poverty does ~ 5138 Suppl, 86| follow after poverty we may ~reckon both virginity and 5139 Suppl, 86| preaching or teaching. or we may ~reply that, as some say, 5140 Suppl, 86| although in ~a certain sense we may say that the angels will 5141 Suppl, 86| martyrs' crowns: and the same may be said of the judicial ~ 5142 Suppl, 86| judgment that his merits may be ~discussed. But some 5143 Suppl, 86| of Christ, that every one may receive the proper things 5144 Suppl, 86| be ~judged, but that it may be made manifest to us that 5145 Suppl, 87| to the Son, that all men may honor the Son as they ~honor 5146 Suppl, 87| judged unjustly, that He may be visible to the ~wicked." 5147 Suppl, 87| eternal life: That ~they may know Thee, the . . . true 5148 Suppl, 87| or of pleasure two things may ~be considered, namely the 5149 Suppl, 87| creatures are; wherefore there may be something in them by ~ 5150 Suppl, 88| Essence; wherefore that it may be fittingly ~comforted 5151 Suppl, 88| elect is complete. Or it may refer ~to the desire of 5152 Suppl, 88| will come to an end. For we may conclude with probability 5153 Suppl, 88| renewal has taken place, God may become visible to man by ~ 5154 Suppl, 88| creature, the Creator of them may be seen, so as to be known ~ 5155 Suppl, 88| imperfect: although it may pertain to the perfection 5156 Suppl, 88| 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A thing may be useful to man in two 5157 Suppl, 88| that man even by his senses may as it were see the ~Godhead 5158 Suppl, 88| of ~their nature. or we may say that, though the whole 5159 Suppl, 88| the heaven, so ~that they may continue in being as long 5160 Suppl, 89| substances, so that finally we may be able to understand these ~ 5161 Suppl, 89| then, to examine how this may come about. For some, like ~ 5162 Suppl, 89| lack of perfect likeness may ~occur in as many ways, 5163 Suppl, 89| many ways, as unlikeness may occur. For in one way there 5164 Suppl, 89| nature, although there may possibly not be the same 5165 Suppl, 89| understood. And ~whatever may be the case with other separate 5166 Suppl, 89| the Divine essence itself may be ~shown as follows.~Aquin.: 5167 Suppl, 89| A[1] R.O. 6 Para. 2/2~We may also reply that proportion 5168 Suppl, 89| seeing the Divine essence may be ~ignorant of certain 5169 Suppl, 89| A[3] R.O. 6 Para. 2/2~We may also reply that in a material 5170 Suppl, 90| in that of the body. We may also say ~that the soul' 5171 Suppl, 90| statement]. For man's body may be ~considered in two ways: 5172 Suppl, 91| manifestly, so ~that they may be urged the more to praise 5173 Suppl, 91| happiness of the saints may be more delightful to them 5174 Suppl, 91| delightful to them and that they may ~render more copious thanks 5175 Suppl, 91| perfection of vision, there may be deformity of the thing 5176 Suppl, 91| that, Mercy or compassion may be in a person in two ways: 5177 Suppl, 91| 1~I answer that, A thing may be a matter of rejoicing 5178 Suppl, 92| the burdens of ~marriage may be the more easily borne. 5179 Suppl, 92| by all the ~Persons, it may be in a manner appropriated 5180 Suppl, 92| and that this gladness may be perfected the ~bride 5181 Suppl, 92| that by their means she may be happily ~united with 5182 Suppl, 92| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Vision may be taken in two ways. First, 5183 Suppl, 92| beatitude ~itself. Secondly, it may be taken habitually, i.e. 5184 Suppl, 92| only the Bridegroom, as may be ~gathered from Is. 61: 5185 Suppl, 92| beatitude: "So run that you may comprehend" (1 Cor. 9:24). 5186 Suppl, 92| relation to others. ~They may be either one's equals, 5187 Suppl, 92| superiors. Or again (they may accompany or follow beatitude) 5188 Suppl, 93| aureole." Now something may be added in two ways to 5189 Suppl, 93| that although two persons may have the Divine vision ~ 5190 Suppl, 93| charity, however little it may be, is greater than ~any 5191 Suppl, 93| A[2] Body Para. 2/3~We may, however, take spiritual 5192 Suppl, 93| stifle the spirit. This may be done in two ways: either ~ 5193 Suppl, 93| although another motive may be found in the very nature 5194 Suppl, 93| cannot be saved. Yet it may be said that the ~fruits 5195 Suppl, 93| in point of quantity, ~we may find an explanation. For 5196 Suppl, 93| as with a vow. Hence it ~may be said otherwise that merit 5197 Suppl, 93| although this purpose may at some time have been interrupted, ~ 5198 Suppl, 93| because virginity of the mind may be restored, although ~virginity 5199 Suppl, 93| another. However, whatever we may say of the degree of ~conflict, 5200 Suppl, 93| crown," ~says: "This may be rightly referred to the 5201 Suppl, 93| difficulty: ~although, indeed it may possibly attain to a higher 5202 Suppl, 93| man to suffer martyrdom ~may possibly proceed from a 5203 Suppl, 93| is willing to be a martyr may by his will merit ~an essential 5204 Suppl, 93| of fortitude that others may ~despise death. Those to 5205 Suppl, 93| Eph. 1:18,19, "That you may know . . . what ~is the 5206 Suppl, 93| 11] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~We may also reply, with others, 5207 Suppl, 93| one aureole over another may be considered ~from two 5208 Suppl, 93| the merit of the aureole may be greater or lesser: ~wherefore 5209 Suppl, 93| wherefore the aureole may also be greater or lesser.~ 5210 Suppl, 93| the merit of an aureole may be ~intensified in two ways: 5211 Suppl, 93| part of the work. For there may happen to be two persons, 5212 Suppl, 93| 2: The virginity of one may be greater than the virginity 5213 Suppl, 93| For in this way privations may ~increase, as when a man 5214 Suppl, 94| subject to the flesh. Or we may reply that the flesh ~will 5215 Suppl, 94| for comfort, yet, ~that it may torment the more it does 5216 Suppl, 94| pains, in order that men may be moved the more to the 5217 Suppl, 94| 2). However, whatever we may say of the fire that ~torments 5218 Suppl, 94| some of its properties. We may also reply that since that 5219 Suppl, 94| The assertion of Augustine may be taken in this way, that ~ 5220 Suppl, 94| angels are in ~a place. Or we may reply that Augustine is 5221 Suppl, 94| is concerned, but there may be a difference of species 5222 Suppl, 94| matter, what that matter may be, we know not. And ~in 5223 Suppl, 94| not. And ~in this way it may differ specifically from 5224 Suppl, 94| already stated how these words may be explained (Q[91]~, A[ 5225 Suppl, 94| that due to wayfarers. We may also reply that ~these words 5226 Suppl, 95| habits. ~Therefore there may be praiseworthy acts of 5227 Suppl, 95| answer that, A twofold will may be considered in the damned, 5228 Suppl, 95| I answer that, A person may repent of sin in two ways: 5229 Suppl, 95| 4: However obstinate men may be in this world, they repent 5230 Suppl, 95| I answer that, Not to be may be considered in two ways. 5231 Suppl, 95| privation of good. Secondly, it may be considered as a ~relief 5232 Suppl, 95| and accordingly a person ~may hate God not in Himself, 5233 Suppl, 95| not a fault whereby they may demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP 5234 Suppl, 95| Possibly, however, this may apply to the accidental ~ 5235 Suppl, 95| of judgment. Especially may this apply to the demons, 5236 Suppl, 95| fitting and perfect. There may also be a reason for sorrow 5237 Suppl, 95| for instance ~a person may consider his defective knowledge 5238 Suppl, 95| delightful in ~itself, it may accidentally be the cause 5239 Suppl, 95| but however much the body may suffer, the soul will have 5240 Suppl, 95| 1/1~I answer that, one may think of God in two ways. 5241 Suppl, 96| destruction of ~the living," as may be gathered from FS, Q[87], 5242 Suppl, 96| that ~everyone . . . may have'] life everlasting." 5243 Suppl, 96| wherefore in order ~that he may become a fitting member 5244 Suppl, 96| his amendment, so ~that he may live in the city in a becoming 5245 Suppl, 96| for ever, whatever else he may ~have thought himself. Another 5246 Suppl, 96| live." Still another reason may be given why the punishment 5247 Suppl, 96| also with human laws. We may also ~reply with Gregory ( 5248 Suppl, 96| correction; although they may be intended for the correction 5249 Suppl, 96| purpose, namely that the just may all both see in God ~the 5250 Suppl, 96| unbelief'], that ~He may have mercy on all" (Rm. 5251 Suppl, 96| wickedness. And yet ~we may say that even in them His 5252 Suppl, 96| their enemies, that they may ~be converted to God, while 5253 Suppl, 96| Tim. 2:25,26), that "God may give them repentance to 5254 Suppl, 96| know ~the truth, and they may recover themselves from 5255 Suppl, 96| because in this life ~(which may be called God's anger on 5256 Suppl, 96| hand of the most High." We ~may also reply that they refer 5257 Suppl, 96| faith, however guilty they may have been of other crimes. 5258 Suppl, 96| eternal life, although sin may deprive us of ~that fruit, 5259 Suppl, 96| from eternal punishment, as may be gathered ~from 1 Cor. 5260 Appen1, 1| sorrow in them. How ~this may be possible we must explore.~ 5261 Appen1, 1| OBJ 2: Although the will may be directed both to the 5262 Appen1, 2| health. Hence a ~punishment may be voluntary in two ways. 5263 Appen1, 2| cleansed, both that they may be sated with their pains, 5264 Appen1, 2| leave their bodies, they may find something of their 5265 Appen1, 2| sin before he dies. Nor may we say, as they do, that 5266 Appen1, 2| consists in an act. Now it may happen that a man, after ~ 5267 Appen1, 2| refers to mortal sin. Or it may be replied that ~although, 5268 Appen1, 2| Holy Writ. Hence ~this fire may denote both the present 5269 Appen1, 2| in its subject. Hence it may happen that one may ~be 5270 Appen1, 2| Hence it may happen that one may ~be delayed longer who is 5271 Appen2, 1| saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors." ~ 5272 Appen2, 1| for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins." Now ~ 5273 Appen2, 1| praying for the dead that they may be loosed ~from sins." This 5274 Appen2, 1| either that the living may learn, or that the dead 5275 Appen2, 1| learn, or that the dead may be ~succored, seeing that 5276 Appen2, 1| made known to the living may ~be mitigated through the 5277 Appen2, 1| seem probable, since a man may ~be punished at the same

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