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peter 200
petil 1
petilian 3
petition 27
petitioner 1
petitions 23
petrum 21
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27 ordinate
27 pastoral
27 perverted
27 petition
27 practiced
27 preferable
27 puberty
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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petition

   Part, Question
1 2, 24 | application, ~as the object of our petition when we say: Forgive us 2 2, 81 | signifying a beseeching or petition, in which sense ~Augustine [* 3 2, 81 | Dom.) that "prayer ~is a petition," and Damascene states ( 4 2, 81 | desire is the cause of their petition, since a petition is like ~ 5 2, 81 | their petition, since a petition is like ~the interpreter 6 2, 81 | part of the object of our petition, because when we pray we 7 2, 81 | by way of ~command or of petition, as stated above.~Aquin.: 8 2, 81 | it is nothing else than a petition for ~what we will. Therefore 9 2, 81 | principal object of our petition, but as subordinate to something ~ 10 2, 81 | God. Wherefore the first petition is expressed thus: "Hallowed 11 2, 81 | he shows that the third petition is a kind of repetition 12 2, 81 | with Him. Again the last petition ~mentioned by Matthew, " 13 2, 81 | from the object of one's petition. For the chief object of 14 2, 81 | the direct object of the petition of prayer extends ~sometimes 15 2, 81 | is that there should be a petition, and this is ~signified 16 2, 152 | for ~this reason that his petition is stated to have been pleasing 17 3, 21 | reason ~which formed the petition did not desire its fulfilment, 18 3, 47 | that the fruits of His petition might accrue to Jews and ~ 19 3, 83 | Thirdly, he concludes the petition ~when he says: "Wherefore 20 Suppl, 29| way of ~assertion or of petition?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 21 Suppl, 29| assertion rather than of petition. Because all the sacraments ~ 22 Suppl, 29| but take the form of a ~petition viz.: "Through this holy 23 Suppl, 29| sacrament is expressed as a petition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 24 Suppl, 29| sacrament is ~expressed as a petition.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 25 Suppl, 29| is expressed by way of a ~petition, as appears from the words 26 Suppl, 71| he who prays obtains his ~petition from the mere liberality 27 Suppl, 72| request, he presents his petition to the one with whom he ~


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