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4001 3, 22 | slaying of the Man Christ may be referred to a twofold ~ 4002 3, 22 | Secondly, the slaying of Christ may be considered in ~reference 4003 3, 22 | original ~manuscripts, but it may be gathered from the above.-- 4004 3, 22 | for one another that you ~may be saved." And so we may 4005 3, 22 | may be saved." And so we may say that the prayer by which 4006 3, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: Two things may be considered in the offering 4007 3, 22 | the priestly office, we may consider two things: ~first, 4008 3, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: Two things may be considered in Christ' 4009 3, 23 | adopting anyone is that he may succeed, ~as heir, the person 4010 3, 23 | Word, therefore, something may be likened in ~three ways. 4011 3, 23 | Jn. 17:21,22): "That they may be one ~in Us . . . as We 4012 3, 23 | to 1 Jn. 5:20: "That we may . ~. . be in His true Son, 4013 3, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we may consider two things in Christ: 4014 3, 24 | answer that, Two things may be considered in predestination. 4015 3, 24 | Secondly, predestination may be considered as regards 4016 3, 24 | 1 Para. 2/2~Secondly, it may be referred to the very 4017 3, 24 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Something may be befitting to a man by 4018 3, 24 | objection. Secondly, a thing may be befitting to someone ~ 4019 3, 24 | that at ~the same time He may be truly and correctly called 4020 3, 24 | answer that, Predestination may be considered in two ways. 4021 3, 24 | Secondly, predestination may be considered on the part 4022 3, 25 | written (Jn. 5:23): "That ~all may honor the Son, as they honor 4023 3, 25 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, We may consider two things in a 4024 3, 25 | them. In this way a man may be ~honored even in something 4025 3, 25 | the reason for honoring may be something non-subsistent, ~ 4026 3, 25 | adoration of Christ's humanity may be understood in two ways. 4027 3, 25 | adoration of Christ's humanity may be taken as ~given by reason 4028 3, 25 | should avoid doing what may be the occasion of ~error. 4029 3, 25 | the honor shown to them may reflect on their Master." ~ 4030 3, 26 | priests of the New Law, they may be called mediators ~of 4031 3, 26 | intervene, in order that he may hinder men ~from passing 4032 3, 26 | happy immortality," and may allure them to an unhappy ~ 4033 3, 26 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, We may consider two things in a 4034 3, 26 | prerogative of ~her Son may be seen from the following 4035 3, 27 | does not relate this; so it may be reasonably argued that 4036 3, 27 | out [respiratus]. Or it may be said that in him as yet 4037 3, 27 | And in respect of this, it may be said that ~He purified 4038 3, 27 | Chrysostom goes too far. They may, however, ~be explained 4039 3, 28 | eventually, since ~something may occur to prevent its happening. 4040 3, 28 | she gave birth, that we may be given to ~understand 4041 3, 29 | Para. 12/12~A fifth reason may be added: since the Mother 4042 3, 29 | power from ~doing. Thus it may be that by his natural power 4043 3, 29 | A[1] R.O. 4 Para. 2/3~It may also be said, according 4044 3, 29 | Body Para. 2/3~Thus we may say, as to the first perfection, 4045 3, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As may be gathered from the passage 4046 3, 31 | A[1] R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~It may also be said that in the 4047 3, 31 | R.O. 2 Para. 2/2~Again, it may be said with Augustine ( 4048 3, 31 | to four. The number ten ~may also refer to the decalogue; 4049 3, 31 | forty-two persons. Which number may also be ~applied to the 4050 3, 31 | Consequently a twofold error ~may occur on this point. First, 4051 3, 31 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, error may occur by attributing the 4052 3, 31 | Consequently, although we may say that Christ paid ~tithes 4053 3, 32 | Test., qu. 52): "This ~may be understood in two ways. 4054 3, 32 | blood. Secondly, His body may be called His ~house, just 4055 3, 32 | Now, in the Holy Ghost we ~may observe a twofold habitude 4056 3, 32 | man, although, perhaps, he may resemble ~another man. Now, 4057 3, 33 | Christ's body three points may be ~considered: first, the 4058 3, 33 | the infusion of the soul may be considered ~in two ways. 4059 3, 33 | Secondly, this ~beginning may be considered merely in 4060 3, 33 | that, As stated above, we may say properly that "God was 4061 3, 34 | are not movements that may be ~described as "acts of 4062 3, 34 | deliberation is ended, there may be ~choice. But those who 4063 3, 35 | but bestows life that they may be ~begotten. Without doubt, 4064 3, 35 | Christ" or of "the Child," as may be seen from Mt. 1:18. ~ 4065 3, 35 | Christ is true God," as may be seen 1 Jn. 5:20, ~and 4066 3, 35 | much. Something like ~this may be perceived in the generation 4067 3, 35 | therefore one and the same man may have different relations 4068 3, 35 | species: thus a ~father may have several sons by several 4069 3, 35 | hath God chosen, that He may confound ~the strong" (1 4070 3, 36 | says (Jn. 1:31): 'That He may ~be made manifest in Israel; 4071 3, 36 | R.O. 4 Para. 2/4~Or we may say, as may be read in the 4072 3, 36 | Para. 2/4~Or we may say, as may be read in the book De Qq. 4073 3, 36 | 4 Para. 3/4~Or again, it may be said with Augustine, 4074 3, 36 | the child, or because he may have ~thought that the Magi, " 4075 3, 37 | concerning his posterity, ~as may be seen from Gn. 17. Now 4076 3, 37 | in the Old ~Testament: as may be seen in the genealogy 4077 3, 37 | presented to the Lord, that we may learn to offer ~ourselves 4078 3, 38 | That He," i.e. Christ, "may be made manifest in Israel, 4079 3, 38 | answer that, Two things may be considered in the baptism 4080 3, 38 | twofold ~baptism of penance may be understood. one is that 4081 3, 38 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/3~Or it may be said that he preached 4082 3, 38 | 1 Para. 3/3~Or again, it may be said with Jerome [*Another 4083 3, 38 | written (Jn. 1:31): "That He may be made manifest ~in Israel, 4084 3, 39 | held back." Or else this may signify ~that against the 4085 3, 39 | prayer. Or else, that we ~may be led to understand that 4086 3, 39 | no such thing occur, they may shape their faith ~according 4087 3, 39 | baptism, in order that we may believe Him to descend invisibly 4088 3, 39 | perceiving the hawk, it may plunge ~in and escape. This 4089 3, 40 | which the number three may be ascribed, for we are 4090 3, 40 | if we multiply ten, which may be referred to the entire ~ 4091 3, 40 | code, by four, which number may be applied to the body, 4092 3, 40 | And on Mt. 17:26: "That we may not ~scandalize them, go 4093 3, 40 | towns and cities, that I may preach there also: for ~ 4094 3, 40 | preachers of God's word ~may be able to give all their 4095 3, 40 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A man may feed and clothe himself 4096 3, 41 | that none, however holy, may think ~himself safe or free 4097 3, 41 | OBJ 2: These words of Mark may be understood as meaning 4098 3, 41 | He was tempted by Satan," may be taken as ~referring, 4099 3, 41 | however spiritual they may ~be - namely, the support 4100 3, 41 | bow in submission that it may be crowned with honor; ~ 4101 3, 41 | things did take ~place." It may be that the Evangelists 4102 3, 42 | those men, in order that he may ~insure the salvation of 4103 3, 42 | that, Anyone's doctrine may be hidden in three ways. 4104 3, 42 | rather to hide it. And this may happen in two ~ways - sometimes 4105 3, 43 | that God alone can do, we ~may believe that what he says 4106 3, 43 | does the works of God we may believe ~that God dwells 4107 3, 43 | unbelievers," viz. that they may be ~converted to the faith.~ 4108 3, 43 | when ~working miracles; as may be seen in the raising of 4109 3, 43 | have I said it: that they may believe that Thou hast sent 4110 3, 43 | John the Baptist, "'That He may be made manifest in Israel, ~ 4111 3, 43 | do,' because I do that he may do. What works - but that 4112 3, 43 | not without him. Yes, I may affirm this to be altogether ~ 4113 3, 44 | such things, ~although it may seem that what is said is 4114 3, 44 | he does, either that he may inspire us with a distaste ~ 4115 3, 44 | for virtue, or that he may avenge the shame of having 4116 3, 44 | or if anyone prefer, it may be ~extended to the whole 4117 3, 44 | to the land of ~Judea, as may be gathered from 3 Kgs. 4118 3, 44 | occurred at the ~full moon." It may be, therefore, that because 4119 3, 44 | world, but ~that the world may be saved by Him." Therefore 4120 3, 44 | ailment being removed, health may ~return." Wherefore, also ( 4121 3, 44 | not come to a fire that may ~be touched and approached [ 4122 3, 45 | be covered. Or, again, it may be said fittingly ~that 4123 3, 46 | whosoever believeth in Him may not perish, but may have 4124 3, 46 | Him may not perish, but may have life everlasting."~ 4125 3, 46 | In another sense a thing may be necessary from some ~ 4126 3, 46 | whosoever believeth in Him may ~not perish, but may have 4127 3, 46 | Him may ~not perish, but may have life everlasting." 4128 3, 46 | Father, ~if this chalice may not pass away but I must 4129 3, 46 | 1~I answer that, A thing may be said to be possible or 4130 3, 46 | instance: "If this chalice may not pass away but I must ~ 4131 3, 46 | answer that, Human sufferings may be considered under two 4132 3, 46 | Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it may be considered with regard 4133 3, 46 | magnitude of His suffering may be considered, secondly, 4134 3, 46 | proper object; thus, sight may suffer from ~superabundance 4135 3, 46 | Him,' that they before all may be found to have crucified 4136 3, 46 | outside the walls, that you may learn it was a ~universal 4137 3, 46 | thieves reproached Him." Or it may be said, with Jerome, that " 4138 3, 47 | 1~I answer that, A thing may cause an effect in two ways: 4139 3, 47 | consummated" (Jn. 19:30), it may be understood that by His 4140 3, 47 | 14:31: "That ~the world may know that I love the Father, 4141 3, 47 | 26:42): "If this chalice ~may not pass away, but I must 4142 3, 47 | acknowledge Him." But to this it may be replied that they knew 4143 3, 47 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Yet we may hold that they are said 4144 3, 48 | action, for which helps may be used, ~among which friends 4145 3, 48 | work done in order that we may cling to God in holy fellowship, 4146 3, 48 | ceased from sins: that now he may live the rest of his time 4147 3, 48 | although the redemption may be ascribed to the whole 4148 3, 49 | through faith, that ~we may share in its fruits, according 4149 3, 49 | that thus ~Christ's Passion may be applied to us, not only 4150 3, 49 | suffer with Him, that we may be also glorified with Him."~ 4151 3, 50 | 10): "I am come that they may ~have life, and may have 4152 3, 50 | they may ~have life, and may have it more abundantly." 4153 3, 50 | as the ~ruler of the city may be called the whole city, 4154 3, 50 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, We may speak of Christ's death 4155 3, 51 | be so vile, as though It may sometimes be subjected to ~ 4156 3, 51 | example is set us that we may lawfully use ~precious things 4157 3, 51 | womb." And furthermore it may be understood ~that all 4158 3, 51 | light, in order that you may learn it was not an ordinary 4159 3, 52 | expression "Abraham's bosom" may be taken in two ~senses. 4160 3, 52 | other infernal mansions, may in ~this way be designated 4161 3, 53 | the Father, so we ~also may walk in newness of life": 4162 3, 54 | Godhead, by which power it may happen that ~even bodies 4163 3, 54 | witness. But whatever anyone ~may add, let him take heed not 4164 3, 54 | for us with the Father, He may ~always show the manner 4165 3, 54 | 40). ~Fourthly, "that He may convince those redeemed 4166 3, 54 | in the Judgment-day ~He may upbraid them with their 4167 3, 54 | that He who is the Truth may convict them, saying: 'Behold ~ 4168 3, 55 | public, in order that others may be ~stirred to emulation. 4169 3, 55 | publicly in church; ~but she may be permitted to give familiar 4170 3, 55 | body, the enemy's hindrance may be ~understood to have been 4171 3, 55 | 10: "I am come that ~they may have life, and may have 4172 3, 55 | they may have life, and may have it more abundantly." 4173 3, 56 | dead, so that the body may be rewarded or punished 4174 3, 56 | mortal life; and afterwards may come to share in the likeness 4175 3, 56 | of the Father, so we also may ~walk in newness of life": 4176 3, 56 | are dead to sin, ~that we may "live together with Him."~ 4177 3, 57 | that where I am, you also may be." For by placing in heaven 4178 3, 57 | again. Or the forty days may be understood as a figure 4179 3, 57 | Reply OBJ 3: This comparison may be considered either on 4180 3, 57 | the objection runs. Or it may be ~considered on the part 4181 3, 57 | That where I am, ~you also may be." In sign whereof He 4182 3, 57 | human nature in Christ, He may take pity on them for whom 4183 3, 57 | Acts 9. And lest any man may think that Christ was not 4184 3, 58 | that, The word "sitting" may have a twofold meaning; 4185 3, 58 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, As may be gathered from what has 4186 3, 59 | Christ, that His judgment ~may be sweeter to men. Hence ( 4187 3, 60 | required?~(8) Whether anything may be added to or subtracted 4188 3, 60 | health. Consequently, a thing may be called a "sacrament," 4189 3, 60 | sanctity, which ~relationship may be that of a cause, or of 4190 3, 60 | In which three ~things may be considered; viz. the 4191 3, 60 | the sacraments two things may be ~considered, namely, 4192 3, 60 | 2/3~Secondly, sacraments may be considered on the part 4193 3, 60 | 3/3~Thirdly, a sacrament may be considered on the part 4194 3, 60 | certain words. For water may signify both a ~cleansing 4195 3, 60 | matter is needed ~that it may be adapted to the determinate 4196 3, 60 | mispronunciation: for in either case it may be so ~little that it does 4197 3, 60 | all the variations that may occur in the ~sacramental 4198 3, 60 | he who makes the omission may ~sin from negligence or 4199 3, 60 | of the Holy Ghost"; and may the Blessed Virgin succour 4200 3, 60 | intimating that her ~intercession may help the person baptized 4201 3, 61 | needs the sacraments that he may obtain grace.~Aquin.: SMT 4202 3, 61 | needs sacraments that he may obtain ~grace. But man needed 4203 3, 61 | instituted before sin, as may be seen in Gn. 2. Therefore ~ 4204 3, 61 | things in ~order that it may be perfected: whereas man 4205 3, 61 | justice . . . that He Himself may be just, and the justifier 4206 3, 62 | precious ~promises; that we may be [Vulg.: 'you may be made'] 4207 3, 62 | that we may be [Vulg.: 'you may be made'] partakers of the ~ 4208 3, 62 | instituted as means whereby men may ~obtain grace. But since 4209 3, 62 | power can belong; as anyone may see by running. through 4210 3, 63 | with a character that he may be ~distinguishable from 4211 3, 63 | character of the beast" may be ~understood by opposition, 4212 3, 63 | soul is marked, so that it may receive, or bestow on others, ~ 4213 3, 63 | character, so that ~they may accomplish worthily the 4214 3, 63 | 2: Further, a character may be compared to the soul 4215 3, 63 | Para. 2/3~Now a sacrament may belong to the Divine worship 4216 3, 64 | yet something in addition may be ~impetrated for the receiver 4217 3, 64 | Wherefore, just as they may not institute another Church, 4218 3, 64 | another Church, so neither may ~they deliver another faith, 4219 3, 64 | said (Mt. 9:6): "That you may know that the Son ~of Man 4220 3, 64 | division in the ~Church; as may be seen in those who said: " 4221 3, 64 | by charity, so ~that they may receive life from Him; for 4222 3, 64 | in the minister, that he may be suitable for his ministry: ~ 4223 3, 64 | which is done in baptism, may be ordained ~to bodily cleanliness, 4224 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It may happen that a man's faith 4225 3, 64 | confers: for instance, he may believe that it is unlawful 4226 3, 64 | case whatever, and yet he may believe that baptism is 4227 3, 64 | The minister's intention may be perverted in two ways. ~ 4228 3, 64 | the minister's intention may be perverted as to something 4229 3, 64 | for instance, a priest may intend to baptize a ~woman 4230 3, 65 | A[1] Body Para. 5/6~We may likewise gather the number 4231 3, 65 | the sacraments: and this may be shown in three ways. ~ 4232 3, 65 | The remaining sacraments may be compared to one another 4233 3, 65 | twofold. ~First, a thing may be necessary so that without 4234 3, 66 | of Baptism, three things may be ~considered: namely, 4235 3, 66 | that ~"Baptism is water" may be verified in so far as 4236 3, 66 | Holy Ghost and ~fire," we may understand fire, as Jerome 4237 3, 66 | tongues (Acts 2:3). Or we may understand it to mean tribulation, 4238 3, 66 | Meteor. ii). Yet this water may be ~used for Baptism. Therefore 4239 3, 66 | seemingly, such like waters ~may be used in Baptism; just 4240 3, 66 | 1/4~I answer that, Water may cease to be pure or plain 4241 3, 66 | alteration. And ~each of these may happen in a twofold manner; 4242 3, 66 | Sometimes, however, ~there may be a natural change of the 4243 3, 66 | both by alteration, as we may see in the case of water ~ 4244 3, 66 | therefore say that any water may be used for Baptism, no 4245 3, 66 | no matter ~how much it may be changed, as long as the 4246 3, 66 | And ~therefore such waters may be used for Baptism.~Aquin.: 4247 3, 66 | foreign to water; in this we may be guided by the specific ~ 4248 3, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Baptism may be conferred with lye and 4249 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, it may happen that several are 4250 3, 66 | Wherefore they use the form: "May the servant of ~Christ, 4251 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: Since a man may be washed with water for 4252 3, 66 | name of only one Person may believe aright in the Three; ~ 4253 3, 66 | away of sins. ~Now washing may be done with water not only 4254 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether Baptism may be reiterated?~Aquin.: SMT 4255 3, 66 | 1: It seems that Baptism may be reiterated. For Baptism 4256 3, 66 | dies ~with Christ, that he may be born again into a new 4257 3, 66 | between the shoulders, that he may be clothed with the ~grace 4258 3, 66 | that the sacrament of faith may purify the ~thoughts of 4259 3, 66 | prayer that the neophyte may have a share ~in Christ' 4260 3, 66 | Eccl 2:14): to wit, that he may "be ready ~to satisfy everyone 4261 3, 66 | according to Rm. 6:4: "That we may walk in newness of life."~ 4262 3, 66 | it. Consequently, a man may, without Baptism of Water, ~ 4263 3, 67 | they have in teaching, as may be seen from what we ~have 4264 3, 67 | learned and holy a woman may be, ~she must not presume 4265 3, 67 | of urgency, when a ~woman may baptize.~Aquin.: SMT TP 4266 3, 67 | that two unbaptized persons may baptize ~one another, one 4267 3, 67 | seems to be forbidden, as may be seen in the Decretals ( 4268 3, 67 | Christians, the ~godparents may well be excused from this 4269 3, 67 | responsibility, since it may be ~presumed that the children 4270 3, 68 | given in order that a man may, through grace, ~be cleansed 4271 3, 68 | regenerated thereby, he may be ~incorporated in Christ, 4272 3, 68 | Eph. 3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your hearts." 4273 3, 68 | The sacrament or Baptism may be wanting to someone in 4274 3, 68 | the sacrament of Baptism may be wanting to anyone in 4275 3, 68 | faith then at last they may deserve the grace of Baptism." ~ 4276 3, 68 | be considered - that men may not sin: it is a secondary ~ 4277 3, 68 | I write to you, that you may not sin. But if any man 4278 3, 68 | 1/2~I answer that, A man may be said to be a sinner in 4279 3, 68 | the ~uncleanness of sin may be washed away, according 4280 3, 68 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, a man may be called a sinner because 4281 3, 68 | milk . . . that thereby you may ~grow unto salvation."~Aquin.: 4282 3, 68 | a man baptized, that he may obtain mercy ~for his sins. 4283 3, 68 | priest, is that the priest may absolve him ~from his sins, 4284 3, 68 | of the Church that they may receive Baptism: and thus 4285 3, 68 | the ~dead . . . so we also may walk in newness of life." 4286 3, 68 | Eph. ~3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your hearts." 4287 3, 68 | grace. Therefore in two ways may a thing be necessary for ~ 4288 3, 68 | Baptizing men is that they may be ~cleansed from sin, according 4289 3, 68 | Christian mode of life, they may the more easily ~persevere 4290 3, 68 | her children, that they may imbibe the ~sacred mysteries: 4291 3, 68 | children are offered that they may receive grace in ~their 4292 3, 68 | that their righteousness may be ~without flaw."~Aquin.: 4293 3, 68 | not do evil that there may come good" (Rm. 3:8). ~Therefore 4294 3, 68 | a mother that her child may be baptized. ~If, however, 4295 3, 68 | be opened that the child may be baptized.~Aquin.: SMT 4296 3, 68 | are sane, so that ~they may receive the sacrament more 4297 3, 69 | his sin. But the sovereign may ~remit the penalty to such 4298 3, 69 | 6, "that the body of sin may be destroyed," a ~gloss 4299 3, 69 | from its birth; but that it may not hurt him, when dead, ~ 4300 3, 69 | passible body, so that he may suffer for Christ therein: 4301 3, 69 | suffer with Him, that we may be also glorified with Him."~ 4302 3, 69 | which he is ~subject, man may receive the crown of victory. 4303 3, 69 | that the body of sin may be destroyed," a gloss says: " 4304 3, 69 | says on Rm. 6:6, "that we may serve sin no ~longer - Like 4305 3, 69 | easily removed, by which one may act easily and pleasurably." 4306 3, 69 | Eph. 3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your ~ 4307 3, 69 | to wit, that their bodies may be healed. ~Therefore they 4308 3, 69 | birth: so ~that to them also may be applied the words: 'We 4309 3, 69 | of the Father, so we also may walk in ~newness of life.'" 4310 3, 69 | man is asleep, though he may have the habits of virtue, 4311 3, 69 | little children that they may come; another heart that ~ 4312 3, 69 | another heart that ~they may believe; another tongue 4313 3, 69 | another tongue that they may confess." So that children ~ 4314 3, 69 | not in the hope that they may be born again to eternal 4315 3, 69 | be a remedy whereby ~they may preserve or recover health. 4316 3, 69 | thus on Rm. 6:6, "that we may serve sin no longer," a 4317 3, 69 | appears in the baptized, may ~occur in two ways. First, 4318 3, 69 | be baptized in Christ," may be taken in two ways. ~First, " 4319 3, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that a man approach 4320 3, 70 | day and thenceforth, they may be offered to the Lord."~ 4321 3, 70 | sabbath-day, that the Law of Moses may ~not be broken." But it 4322 3, 71 | order that the catechumen may ~receive the rudiments of 4323 3, 71 | another's feet that they may come, and another's heart ~ 4324 3, 71 | another's heart ~that they may believe, so, too, she lends 4325 3, 71 | another's ears, that they ~may hear, and another's mind, 4326 3, 71 | that through others they may be taught. And ~therefore, 4327 3, 71 | endeavors that the child ~may believe. This, however, 4328 3, 71 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Or we may say that just as Penance 4329 3, 71 | nostrils being opened ~he may perceive the odor of the 4330 3, 71 | impediments. And ~therefore one may receive the effect of Baptism 4331 3, 71 | that uniformity in Baptism may ~be observed. Nor are they 4332 3, 71 | as the effect of Baptism may be hindered before it is 4333 3, 72 | bestowed that spiritual life may be received ~simply; wherefore 4334 3, 72 | sacrament is ~given that we may receive the fulness of the 4335 3, 72 | Priests, when ~baptizing, may anoint the baptized with 4336 3, 72 | order that the baptized may be strengthened by the Holy 4337 3, 72 | that being cleansed they may be able to receive the ~ 4338 3, 72 | sacrament is given that we may receive that fulness. Therefore 4339 3, 72 | point of death, that they may be seen to be perfect at 4340 3, 72 | is given to man that he may freely ~confess the faith 4341 3, 72 | spiritual combat, that he may bravely ~confess the Faith 4342 3, 72 | on the forehead, that he may show ~publicly that he is 4343 3, 72 | that neither fear nor shame may hinder him from confessing 4344 3, 72 | Ps. 103:15: "That bread may strengthen man's ~heart." 4345 3, 72 | sacrament is given that we may confess freely: but not ~ 4346 3, 72 | freely: but not ~that we may confess simply, for this 4347 3, 72 | bishop's hand, that they ~may become perfect Christians."~ 4348 3, 72 | that the former unction may symbolize the descent ~of 4349 3, 72 | and ~that the second also may teach us that the sevenfold 4350 3, 72 | days ~beforehand, that it may be sent to the various parts 4351 3, 73 | vivis et ~defunctis"]: "May this Thy Sacrament not make 4352 3, 73 | vivis et ~defunctis"]: "May the sacraments which we 4353 3, 73 | first employs the plural: "May the ~sacraments which we 4354 3, 73 | afterwards the singular ~number: "May this sacrament of Thine 4355 3, 74 | quantity of ~wheat, bread may be made therefrom so as 4356 3, 74 | hence ~the body of Christ may not be made from such matter. 4357 3, 74 | bread the body of Christ may be made: but he who does 4358 3, 74 | answer that, Two things may be considered touching the 4359 3, 74 | corruption, this ~sacrament may not be made from corrupt 4360 3, 74 | appear that this ~sacrament may be made from such, according 4361 3, 74 | Ps. 103:15): "That wine may ~cheer the heart of man."~ 4362 3, 74 | just as this sacrament may not be made from bread which 4363 3, 74 | wine: on which ~account it may not be used for this sacrament. 4364 3, 74 | in case of necessity it may be ~done: for it is said 4365 3, 74 | water with the wine, "one may pardon his simplicity"; 4366 3, 75 | change?~(8) By what words it may be suitably expressed?~[* 4367 3, 75 | matter under discussion, as may ~be seen by referring to 4368 3, 75 | and wine, not that these may remain in this sacrament, 4369 3, 75 | sacrament, but in order ~that He may make from them His body 4370 3, 75 | assign any place where it may be. ~Consequently it is 4371 3, 75 | viz. ~that (the substance) may be annihilated. But even 4372 3, 75 | and blood invisibly, this may ~redound to the merit of 4373 3, 75 | that the body of Christ ~may be seen under them, and 4374 3, 75 | I answer that, A change may be instantaneous from a 4375 3, 75 | black: ~and although we may say that a man becomes black 4376 3, 75 | of Christ," or that it "may ~become the body of Christ," 4377 3, 75 | being," or that "non-being may become being," because ~ 4378 3, 75 | some of these expressions may be admitted by way of similitude, ~ 4379 3, 75 | matter in hand, although it may be said properly that "the 4380 3, 75 | that nothing of the former may remain (which does not belong 4381 3, 76 | although the same ~object may be both white and sweet; 4382 3, 77 | there out of which a thing may be ~generated, nevertheless 4383 3, 78 | blood . . . that He Himself may be ~just, and the justifier 4384 3, 78 | they that are called may receive the promise of eternal ~ 4385 3, 78 | not so that the subject may be understood to have stood ~ 4386 3, 79 | is it given so as grace may be ~increased, because spiritual 4387 3, 79 | is perfected, so that man may stand perfect in himself 4388 3, 79 | that, In this sacrament we may consider both that from 4389 3, 79 | they ~that are called may receive the promise of eternal 4390 3, 79 | with ~Him in order that we may also be glorified" afterwards " 4391 3, 79 | Pro ~vivis et defunctis): "May this sacrament be a cleansing 4392 3, 79 | ask that this sacrament may be the "cleansing of ~crimes," 4393 3, 79 | or that our contrition ~may be perfected for the forgiveness 4394 3, 79 | of it he shall [Vulg.: 'may'] not die for ~ever" (Jn. 4395 3, 79 | answer that, Two things may be considered in this sacrament, 4396 3, 79 | if any man eat of it, he may not die": ~which manifestly 4397 3, 79 | bread strengthens [Vulg.: 'may strengthen'] man's ~heart." 4398 3, 79 | the Canon of the ~Mass: "May as many of us as, by participation 4399 3, 79 | et ~ejus origine i): "Who may offer Christ's body except 4400 3, 79 | after many venial sins a man may approach devoutly ~to this 4401 3, 80 | 2/2~In another way one may eat Christ spiritually, 4402 3, 80 | Whether the just man alone may eat Christ sacramentally?~ 4403 3, 80 | that none but the just man may eat Christ sacramentally. ~ 4404 3, 80 | the like reason neither ~may sinners eat this sacrament.~ 4405 3, 80 | if any man eat of it he may not die," says: "Many receive ~ 4406 3, 80 | 5 Para. 2/2~Secondly, it may happen without fault on 4407 3, 80 | communicate under these words: 'May the body of Christ ~prove 4408 3, 80 | to the Lord's table, he may not ~be robbed of his right, 4409 3, 80 | sinners: whereas hidden deeds may not be published, but are 4410 3, 80 | into the mind of a speaker may present itself to the mind 4411 3, 80 | occasionally it be ~mortal, a man may repent of it by morning 4412 3, 80 | from a sense of decency one may be hindered ~through other 4413 3, 80 | carnally, how much less may this bread ~which has come 4414 3, 80 | after eating at home ~a man may eat Christ's body in the 4415 3, 80 | at least on that day, one may receive ~the body of Christ 4416 3, 80 | it, than before. But one may take food and drink after ~ 4417 3, 80 | sacrament. Therefore one may do so before receiving it.~ 4418 3, 80 | 2~I answer that, A thing may prevent the receiving of 4419 3, 80 | this sacrament," so that it may enter into a mouth not yet 4420 3, 80 | drink after ~midnight, he may not receive this sacrament 4421 3, 80 | this ~sacrament. Now one may not be baptized several 4422 3, 80 | take it daily, that it may profit thee daily."~Aquin.: 4423 3, 80 | Receive daily, that it may profit thee daily," ~adds: " 4424 3, 80 | health-giving virtue, ~he may commendably receive this 4425 3, 81 | Body Para. 2/3~But whatever may be the case touching the 4426 3, 82 | sinning?~(10) Whether a priest may lawfully refrain altogether 4427 3, 82 | consecration, although he may have it by commission ~from 4428 3, 82 | latter's duties, so that he may dispense the blood; ~but 4429 3, 82 | need not ~use the same, but may lawfully refrain from receiving 4430 3, 82 | in whatever defilement he may be, approach to ~offer oblations 4431 3, 82 | such reverence that no one may dare to ~approach it except 4432 3, 82 | only for a time, that they may mend; but the exercise is ~ 4433 3, 82 | OBJ 1: It seems that one may lawfully receive Communion 4434 3, 82 | have said that a priest may lawfully refrain ~altogether 4435 3, 83 | Receive it daily that it may benefit you every day."~ 4436 3, 83 | every day, both that we may partake ~of its fruit and 4437 3, 83 | fruit and in order that we may have a perpetual memorial.~ 4438 3, 83 | sacrament; ~both that we may show our reverence for the 4439 3, 83 | devastated or burned, masses may be celebrated in chapels, ~ 4440 3, 83 | that the enemy's power may be driven forth. And for 4441 3, 83 | Because stone is ~solid, and may be found everywhere. which 4442 3, 83 | pray that this sacrifice may be as acceptable as the 4443 3, 83 | preparation in order that we may perform worthily ~that which 4444 3, 83 | for the ~people, that they may be made worthy of such great 4445 3, 83 | order that the ~oblation may be salutary to them for 4446 3, 83 | sacrifice accomplished ~may find favor with God, when 4447 3, 83 | personal office, "that he ~may offer up gifts and prayers 4448 3, 83 | fulfilled, but that it may be fruitful in our regard, 4449 3, 83 | expressively: "That it may become 'to us' the body 4450 3, 83 | Sang. Dom. xii), "that we may receive a blessing," namely, ~ 4451 3, 83 | enrolled,' i.e. that we may be enrolled in heaven; ~' 4452 3, 83 | ratified,' i.e. that we may be incorporated in Christ; ' 4453 3, 83 | reasonable,' ~i.e. that we may be stripped of our animal 4454 3, 83 | ourselves are displeasing, may, by its means, be made ~ 4455 3, 83 | asks that this sacrifice may be accepted by God through 4456 3, 83 | the sacramental species may ~be borne up to heaven; 4457 3, 83 | that Christ's true body may be borne thither, ~for it 4458 3, 83 | at the Divine mysteries may present to God the prayers 4459 3, 83 | through the angel, so that it may be ~accepted by God.~Aquin.: 4460 3, 83 | order that the signification may thus be more perfect. Now, 4461 3, 83 | disagreeable smell that may be about the ~place; secondly, 4462 3, 83 | at the words - "that ~it may become to us the Body and 4463 3, 83 | receive the body and blood, ~may be filled with every blessing," 4464 3, 83 | crosses made at the words - "May the peace of the Lord be 4465 3, 83 | Para. 10/10~In short, we may say that the consecration 4466 3, 83 | cling to the fingers, ~it may not be scattered: and this 4467 3, 83 | and again when he says, "May the peace of the Lord be 4468 3, 83 | when anyone fall sick, he may take Communion to ~him at 4469 3, 83 | in such a way, that what may have happened ~amiss is 4470 3, 83 | sacrament lies ~in whatever may prevent its completion, 4471 3, 83 | order that the sacrament may not remain incomplete, he 4472 3, 83 | OBJ 5: Although the priest may not recollect having said 4473 3, 83 | person, the said ~penances may be lessened or increased. 4474 3, 84 | under them, the power of God may ~work our salvation. Therefore 4475 3, 84 | Baptism is conferred that we may be cleansed from ~sin, so 4476 3, 84 | taken in a wide sense we may understand ~also external 4477 3, 84 | Nevertheless, Penance may be said to regard ~original 4478 3, 84 | deprecatory form, ~by saying: "May Almighty God have mercy 4479 3, 84 | have mercy on you," or: "May Almighty God ~grant you 4480 3, 84 | I ~absolve thee," but: "May Christ absolve thee."~Aquin.: 4481 3, 84 | would not suffice to say: "May ~Almighty God have mercy 4482 3, 84 | have mercy on thee," or: "May God grant thee absolution 4483 3, 84 | absolution, but prays that it may be given. Nevertheless the ~ 4484 3, 84 | which effect, ~nevertheless, may be impeded on the part of 4485 3, 84 | is ordained, not that man may receive some ~abundance 4486 3, 84 | grace, but that his sins may be taken away; and therefore 4487 3, 84 | OBJ 1: To hide one's sins may happen in two ways: first, 4488 3, 84 | 2: Of sorrow and joy we may speak in two ways: first, 4489 3, 84 | Ethic. ix. Secondly, we may speak of ~joy and sorrow 4490 3, 84 | suffering. In this way a man ~may be displeased at having 4491 3, 84 | the sacrament of Penance may be repeated?~Aquin.: SMT 4492 3, 84 | is greater than ~that I may deserve pardon." And so 4493 3, 85 | springing ~from charity may belong even to another special 4494 3, 85 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, We may speak of penance in two 4495 3, 85 | certain acts. Secondly, we may speak of penance, with regard 4496 3, 86 | be taken away by Penance may ~happen in two ways: first, 4497 3, 86 | some temporal punishment may yet remain. ~Aquin.: SMT 4498 3, 86 | co-operate with man that his work may be rightly done. Consequently 4499 3, 86 | can remain, since this ~may happen to be without the 4500 3, 87 | fervor of charity, ~which may be without actual displeasure


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