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leo 48
leonine 25
leonum 1
leper 29
lepers 5
leprosy 44
leprous 6
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29 initial
29 julian
29 lent
29 leper
29 maketh
29 manifests
29 mansions
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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leper

   Part, Question
1 2, 34 | is sometimes good for a ~leper to eat things that are poisonous, 2 2, 81 | parent to child - thus a ~leper may beget a leper, or a 3 2, 81 | thus a ~leper may beget a leper, or a gouty man may be the 4 2, 102 | specially, in the cleansing of a leper, an offering was ~made of 5 2, 102 | rite did not cleanse the leper of his deformity, but declared 6 2, 102 | purified": ~consequently, the leper was already healed: but 7 2, 102 | Now this purification of a leper was twofold: for, in the 8 2, 102 | the first purification the leper who sought to be cleansed 9 2, 102 | the plain, because the ~leper was restored to his former 10 2, 103 | converting souls." But the leper was cleansed by means of 11 2, 103 | for divine worship; thus a leper, or anyone that touched 12 2, 103 | prescribed in the cleansing of ~a leper, were not ordained for the 13 2, 103 | err in his ~judgment, the leper would be cleansed miraculously 14 2, 103 | the offering made by a leper after being cleansed was 15 2, 103 | the Gospel commands the leper, who has been ~cleansed, 16 2, 103 | Passion, ~commanded the leper to observe the legal ceremonies.~ 17 2, 107 | Law. For He touched the leper ~(Mt. 8:3), which was contrary 18 2, 107 | forbidden by the Law to touch a leper; because by ~doing so, man 19 2, 107 | Our Lord, ~Who healed the leper, could not contract an uncleanness. 20 2, 98 | received ~money from the leper who was healed: wherefore 21 3, 19 | humanly, as when He healed the leper with a touch. Hence in the 22 3, 19 | operation. Thus to heal a leper is a proper ~work of the 23 3, 48 | even Christ cleansed the leper by touching him "in order 24 3, 78 | Christ's hand healed the ~leper. And in this fashion Christ' 25 3, 82 | evident in the case of a leper, who ought not to celebrate 26 3, 84 | 8:3) that He cleansed a leper by touching him.~Aquin.: 27 3, 84 | or that He cleansed any leper twice, or twice raised any 28 Suppl, 64| in the offspring. ~Yet a leper can ask for the debt. Therefore, 29 Suppl, 73| body whereby He healed ~the leper (Mt. 8:3).~Aquin.: SMT XP


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