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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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retained

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | expresses ~perfection is to be retained in them. Hence it is said, " 2 1, 14 | thing suffers change ~we retained the same opinion about it; 3 1, 25 | God the idea of power is retained, ~inasmuch as it is the 4 1, 25 | the ~notion of power is retained in God in so far as it is 5 1, 78 | animals. For species are not retained in the ~sensitive part of 6 1, 88 | formerly abstracted and retained in the ~soul; for if that 7 1, 88 | then, nor only by species retained, ~and this the objection 8 1, 111 | beatitude, still he has retained a nature like to the angels."~ 9 1, 116 | Simon Magus, by sorcery retained power over the ~soul of 10 1, 118 | that nature. But if it ~retained the nature of the member 11 2, 12 | object seen; and the images retained ~in the memory, to the penetrating 12 2, 90 | while ~sometimes they are retained in the reason by means of 13 2, 100 | respect the natural law retained its vigor: or again, because 14 2, 100 | commandments of God should be retained in the ~memory: for it is 15 2, 101 | sacraments: wherefore they ~retained the common designation of 16 2, 101 | people who worshipped God, retained the common designation of ~ 17 2, 108 | moral precepts necessarily retained their force under ~the New 18 2, 37 | unless spiritual power ~were retained by schismatics. Therefore 19 2, 76 | Therefore it may be lawfully retained.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 20 2, 92 | world, so that man still retained in ~his mind the knowledge 21 2, 186 | religious order a person retained some one ~thing of his own, 22 3, 37 | which ~time the circumcision retained its virtue and status. Therefore 23 3, 61 | lest, if the sacraments retained the same ~appearance, it 24 3, 77 | this instrumental energy is retained in the sacramental ~species, 25 3, 89 | secretly to a priest, may be retained ~in the exercise of their 26 3, 89 | deadly crimes, and yet he retained his ~dignity; and Blessed 27 Suppl, 40| order (Jer. 1:1). Yet he ~retained possession of his inheritance (


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