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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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arouse

   Part, Question
1 2, 17 | represent such things as arouse the passions of ~the soul, 2 2, 48 | things which, of themselves, arouse fervor, ~increase as time 3 2, 13 | consideration of which is wont to arouse man to repentance for the 4 2, 28 | which are manly passions and arouse the human spirit to ~attempt 5 2, 28 | offered to Him, in order to ~arouse our devotion and to profit 6 2, 35 | On ~the other hand, to arouse a discord whereby an evil 7 2, 47 | to be a fitting way to arouse ~love in his heart, yet 8 2, 80 | objects of contemplation would arouse greater ~devotion. But the 9 2, 81 | words and other signs we arouse ourselves more ~effectively 10 2, 81 | progress in that desire, and to arouse ourselves more eagerly to 11 2, 81 | should last ~long enough to arouse the fervor of the interior 12 2, 86 | outwardly sometimes, either to arouse ourselves, as was stated ~ 13 2, 89 | praise of the lips avails to arouse the inward ~fervor of those 14 2, 89 | is ~necessary in order to arouse man's devotion towards God. 15 2, 89 | inasmuch as such like canticles arouse spiritual ~devotion.~Aquin.: 16 2, 89 | in church not in order to arouse devotion, ~but in order 17 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To arouse men to devotion by teaching 18 2, 89 | and this is ~enough to arouse their devotion.~ 19 2, 143 | would, as Plato declares, arouse a wondrous love of ~wisdom."~ 20 3, 15 | quite certain, does not ~arouse fear. Hence the Philosopher 21 3, 45 | show men His ~glory, and to arouse men to a desire of it, as 22 3, 64 | the sacraments in order to arouse devotion and reverence in 23 3, 66 | reasons. First, in order to arouse the devotion of the faithful, 24 Suppl, 73| unfitting to make a sound ~to arouse them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[76] 25 Suppl, 73| voice of power," says: "to arouse ~our bodies." Now from the


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