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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | been made others also may receive instruction in these ~matters. 2 1, 5 | actually has being can ~receive this mode of being. But 3 1, 9 | recede from ~us, when we receive the influx of His goodness, 4 1, 10 | Accordingly, however, as some receive immutability from Him, they ~ 5 1, 10 | His eternity. Thus some receive immutability from God in 6 1, 12 | follow that the seer would receive both ~the visual power and 7 1, 12 | their own ~existence, but receive it; and these are the incorporeal 8 1, 12 | for example, ~if air is to receive the form of fire, it must 9 1, 12 | desiring apt and prepared to receive the object desired. Hence 10 1, 12 | than those do which we receive from sensible objects, as 11 1, 13 | way in ~which creatures receive the divine perfection is 12 1, 14 | cognitive because it can receive images free from matter, 13 1, 14 | and ~our knowledge: for we receive knowledge from natural things, 14 1, 14 | know the singular, which ~receive the species not abstracted 15 1, 17 | unsound organ it does ~not receive the sensible form rightly; 16 1, 17 | because of their indisposition receive defectively the impressions 17 1, 18 | animals of the latter kind receive through sense the form ~ 18 1, 20 | preserve the good ~it has, and receive besides the good it has 19 1, 23 | 15): "Another will not receive, unless ~this one were to 20 1, 27 | is no subject that could ~receive the whole substance. So, 21 1, 32 | authority alone, to those who receive the authority; while as 22 1, 32 | mode and capacity it should receive ~the divine goodness. Likewise, 23 1, 33 | Hom. xv, De Fide), to receive is common to the creature 24 1, 33 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: To "receive" is said to be common to 25 1, 36 | glorify Me, ~because He shall receive of Mine" (Jn. 16:14). It 26 1, 39 | because one ~person does not receive formal denomination from 27 1, 41 | but the creature does not receive the Creator's nature. Thus 28 1, 43 | sacraments, but ~to those who receive grace through the sacraments.~ 29 1, 43 | not sent, ought not to receive the visible mission; and 30 1, 44 | order that the effect may receive a ~determinate form. For 31 1, 44 | that things made by nature receive determinate forms. This ~ 32 1, 44 | the patient intends to ~receive, are one and the same. Some 33 1, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Changes receive species and dignity, not 34 1, 45 | Father as to Him Who does not receive the power of ~creation from 35 1, 48 | except in ~morals, which receive their species from the end, 36 1, 48 | the more is it fitted to receive its perfection and form; ~ 37 1, 49 | the matter, which does not receive the action of the ~fire, 38 1, 50 | properties of matter are to receive and to substand; ~whence 39 1, 50 | the intellect does ~not receive the form in the same way; 40 1, 50 | the different things ~that receive it. Now it cannot be said 41 1, 53 | to minister for ~them who receive the inheritance of salvation."~ 42 1, 54 | passive intellect is to ~receive; whereas to enlighten is 43 1, 55 | created that they first receive existence in the knowledge 44 1, 56 | the lower, ~from whom they receive nothing. Therefore in no 45 1, 57 | minister for them who shall receive the inheritance of salvation ~( 46 1, 58 | revelations, which they receive from ~God to fit them for 47 1, 62 | after merit?~(6) Did they receive grace and glory according 48 1, 62 | to the angelic nature to receive its natural ~perfection 49 1, 62 | 1/1~Whether the angels receive grace and glory according 50 1, 62 | that the angels did not receive grace and glory ~according 51 1, 62 | grace. ~But man does not receive more grace according to 52 1, 62 | minister for them who shall receive the inheritance of salvation" ( 53 1, 65 | that these different things receive ~that one thing from some 54 1, 65 | different bodies that are hot ~receive their heat from fire. But 55 1, 67 | corrupted, and its matter would ~receive a new form. But unless we 56 1, 67 | that the world should first receive its form. The second reason 57 1, 69 | hollows in the earth, to ~receive the confluence of waters. 58 1, 70 | from putrefaction, which receive life from the power of ~ 59 1, 75 | the sensitive powers which receive forms in a corporeal ~organ; 60 1, 76 | any substantial form ~to receive "more" or "less." Nor is 61 1, 77 | simultaneous, according as they receive ~the predication of the 62 1, 77 | Remember that thou didst receive good things during thy lifetime" ~( 63 1, 77 | pains or rewards which they receive. Therefore the ~concupiscible 64 1, 39 | because one ~person does not receive formal denomination from 65 1, 41 | but the creature does not receive the Creator's nature. Thus 66 1, 43 | sacraments, but ~to those who receive grace through the sacraments.~ 67 1, 43 | not sent, ought not to receive the visible mission; and 68 1, 45 | order that the effect may receive a ~determinate form. For 69 1, 45 | that things made by nature receive determinate forms. This ~ 70 1, 45 | the patient intends to ~receive, are one and the same. Some 71 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Changes receive species and dignity, not 72 1, 46 | Father as to Him Who does not receive the power of ~creation from 73 1, 49 | except in ~morals, which receive their species from the end, 74 1, 49 | the more is it fitted to receive its perfection and form; ~ 75 1, 50 | the matter, which does not receive the action of the ~fire, 76 1, 51 | properties of matter are to receive and to substand; ~whence 77 1, 51 | the intellect does ~not receive the form in the same way; 78 1, 51 | the different things ~that receive it. Now it cannot be said 79 1, 54 | to minister for ~them who receive the inheritance of salvation."~ 80 1, 55 | passive intellect is to ~receive; whereas to enlighten is 81 1, 56 | created that they first receive existence in the knowledge 82 1, 57 | the lower, ~from whom they receive nothing. Therefore in no 83 1, 58 | minister for them who shall receive the inheritance of salvation ~( 84 1, 59 | revelations, which they receive from ~God to fit them for 85 1, 63 | after merit?~(6) Did they receive grace and glory according 86 1, 63 | to the angelic nature to receive its natural ~perfection 87 1, 63 | 1/1~Whether the angels receive grace and glory according 88 1, 63 | that the angels did not receive grace and glory ~according 89 1, 63 | grace. ~But man does not receive more grace according to 90 1, 63 | minister for them who shall receive the inheritance of salvation" ( 91 1, 66 | that these different things receive ~that one thing from some 92 1, 66 | different bodies that are hot ~receive their heat from fire. But 93 1, 68 | corrupted, and its matter would ~receive a new form. But unless we 94 1, 68 | that the world should first receive its form. The second reason 95 1, 70 | hollows in the earth, to ~receive the confluence of waters. 96 1, 71 | from putrefaction, which receive life from the power of ~ 97 1, 74 | the sensitive powers which receive forms in a corporeal ~organ; 98 1, 75 | any substantial form ~to receive "more" or "less." Nor is 99 1, 76 | simultaneous, according as they receive ~the predication of the 100 1, 76 | Remember that thou didst receive good things during thy lifetime" ~( 101 1, 76 | pains or rewards which they receive. Therefore the ~concupiscible 102 1, 77 | sensitive soul must not only ~receive the species of sensible 103 1, 77 | and preserve them. Now to receive and ~retain are, in corporeal 104 1, 77 | moist ~things are apt to receive, but retain with difficulty, 105 1, 78 | there ~for the intellect to receive the species unchangeably 106 1, 78 | and lastingly, ~whether it receive them from things sensible, 107 1, 78 | to retain as well as to receive.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 108 1, 83 | and in the senses ~which receive the forms of sensible things 109 1, 83 | than the ~senses, which receive the form of the thing known, 110 1, 83 | the intellect does not receive substantial ~being through 111 1, 83 | intellect) in order to receive them anew. Consequently 112 1, 83 | principles, and were not to receive them from the senses, it 113 1, 84 | from the phantasm, but to receive them when ~abstracted. Neither 114 1, 85 | naturally more ~inclined to receive these impressions of spiritual 115 1, 88 | to bodies, and ~thus to receive the proper and adequate 116 1, 88 | through such species does not receive perfect knowledge, but only 117 1, 88 | Remember ~thou didst receive good things in thy lifetime."~ 118 1, 90 | His ~Apostles, saying, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost" (Jn. 119 1, 91 | is for the same matter to receive greater ~dimensions, as 120 1, 94 | Therefore man did ~not receive grace in the first moment 121 1, 95 | direction of the angels, ~to receive their names from him. But 122 1, 95 | of nature, so as not to receive from ~exterior sources more 123 1, 99 | the human body is ~apt to receive it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] 124 1, 102 | as that which ~creatures receive from God is their nature, 125 1, 102 | that which natural ~things receive from man in addition to 126 1, 103 | that it has an ~aptitude to receive from its active cause an 127 1, 103 | has not this aptitude to receive the ~impression of its cause, 128 1, 103 | not of such a nature as to receive light in the ~same way as 129 1, 104 | the matter immediately to ~receive the form. For as the Philosopher 130 1, 105 | universal ~conception, to receive which the inferior angel' 131 1, 105 | it is natural to him to receive truth in a ~more particular 132 1, 106 | is ordered ~to another to receive something, as in natural 133 1, 107 | evident that men do not receive the Divine ~enlightenments 134 1, 107 | the angels; for the angels receive ~them in their intelligible 135 1, 107 | intelligible purity, whereas men receive them under ~sensible signs, 136 1, 107 | whom the inferior angels receive the Divine gifts." Hence ~ 137 1, 107 | thereupon; and so the angels receive God ~in themselves, and 138 1, 107 | seat is open on one side to receive the ~sitter; and thus are 139 1, 107 | angels promptly open to receive God and to serve ~Him.~Aquin.: 140 1, 107 | minister to them who shall receive ~the inheritance of salvation"; 141 1, 110 | that the imagination ~can receive the knowledge of an angel. 142 1, 111 | is less in action, shall receive wisdom" ~(Ecclus. 38:25). 143 1, 111 | reason is ~because they receive the Divine enlightenment, 144 1, 112 | minister for ~them who shall receive the inheritance of salvation" ( 145 1, 112 | although the help which ~they receive therefrom does not result 146 1, 112 | minister for them who shall receive ~the inheritance of salvation," 147 1, 112 | 1:14). But men ~begin to receive the inheritance of salvation, 148 1, 112 | indeed, ~for those who shall receive the inheritance of salvation, 149 1, 113 | that the human body can receive ~the limbs of a beast by 150 1, 114 | which the inferior bodies receive their substantial ~forms. 151 1, 114 | both intellect and will receive something from the inferior 152 1, 116 | only ~dispose (matter) to receive forms, which matter acquires 153 1, 118 | surplus food, a man would receive nothing from his ~grandfather 154 2, 1 | is that matter does not receive ~form, save in so far as 155 2, 1 | actions, or as passions, receive their species from the end. 156 2, 1 | moral acts properly speaking receive their species from the end, 157 2, 1 | For a ~movement does not receive its species from that which 158 2, 1 | since voluntary actions receive their ~species from the 159 2, 1 | A[3]), they must needs receive ~their genus from the last 160 2, 2 | virtuous work: but they receive honor ~from men by way of 161 2, 2 | shameful? For those who receive false fame, must needs blush 162 2, 3 | and the bodily senses will receive a certain ~overflow, so 163 2, 4 | Wherefore, just as matter cannot receive a form, unless it be duly ~ 164 2, 4 | Judgment, when they will ~receive their bodies back again. 165 2, 4 | the spiritual creatures ~receive no other interior aid to 166 2, 5 | are necessary that man may receive happiness from ~God?~Aquin.: 167 2, 5 | disposition of matter, in order to receive the ~form. But this does 168 2, 6 | nature an ~inclination to receive an action from an extrinsic 169 2, 6 | aptitude in a heavenly body to receive such movement; although 170 2, 11 | seems nothing else than to receive the fruit. But it ~is the 171 2, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to receive a command belongs to one 172 2, 18 | regard to which moral actions receive their species.~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 19 | that which is good, can ~receive the character of evil, or 174 2, 19 | that which is evil, can receive the ~character of goodness, 175 2, 22 | which it is competent ~to receive or to be passive, according 176 2, 27 | some because we desire ~to receive something from them: as 177 2, 28 | the appetite is fitted to receive ~the good which is loved, 178 2, 33 | expands it is enabled to receive more. But ~receiving pertains 179 2, 40 | plough in hope . . . to receive fruit": and the same applies 180 2, 48 | men are more angry if they receive ~unwonted treatment; for 181 2, 50 | have an inborn aptitude to receive from ~the sensitive powers. 182 2, 51 | inasmuch as it acts, does not receive but rather gives: it seems ~ 183 2, 51 | agent, as agent, does not receive anything. But in so ~far 184 2, 52 | But ~those things which receive their species from something 185 2, 52 | related, and from which they ~receive their species. For example, 186 2, 52 | very probable that they receive ~increase by way of addition. 187 2, 60 | matter ~must of necessity receive a form specifically one: 188 2, 60 | adaptability of the matter to receive the ~influx of the agent: 189 2, 60 | But the appetite does not receive the direction of reason 190 2, 60 | 3: Moral matters do not receive their species from the last ~ 191 2, 60 | commanded by that justice, receive the name of ~justice: so 192 2, 62 | is necessary for man to receive from God some additional 193 2, 62 | above things man ~needed to receive in addition something supernatural 194 2, 62 | quickened by charity, and receive from charity ~their full 195 2, 63 | Wherefore we need to receive ~from God other habits corresponding, 196 2, 63 | was necessary for us to receive, from God ~immediately, 197 2, 64 | presumptuous, ~through hoping to receive from God a good in excess 198 2, 66 | needs be greatest which receive the ~most praise: since 199 2, 67 | remember that thou didst receive good things in thy ~life-time, 200 2, 68 | disposition in order to receive a higher ~teaching from 201 2, 68 | by himself, but needs to receive instructions ~from him.~ 202 2, 68 | even in these things man receive help in the shape of special ~ 203 2, 68 | not suffice, unless it ~receive in addition the prompting 204 2, 68 | because, to wit, none can receive the ~inheritance of that 205 2, 69 | the good sometimes do not receive material rewards in ~this 206 2, 69 | and Mk. 10:30: "Ye shall receive a hundred times ~as much" 207 2, 81 | common nature, which they receive from their first parents; 208 2, 81 | human judgment, children receive bodily punishment on their 209 2, 81 | For nothing is worthy to receive God ~unless it be pure, 210 2, 84 | capital crimes are those which receive capital ~punishment. But 211 2, 85 | which has an inclination to receive light, from the ~very fact 212 2, 87 | The ~very fact that others receive temporal goods, is detrimental 213 2, 89 | will, by ~means of grace, receive the remission of original 214 2, 91 | order to prepare them to receive Him.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] 215 2, 91 | are subject to a law may receive a twofold ~inclination from 216 2, 95 | Consequently ~a man needs to receive this training from another, 217 2, 97 | that he should reasonably receive special treatment, ~it is 218 2, 98 | latter were unworthy to receive the Law, lest ~a holy thing 219 2, 98 | Jewish people, that it might receive a prerogative of ~holiness, 220 2, 100 | reason; since the people receive these ~principles from God, 221 2, 100 | benefits which his subjects receive from him: and to this ~belongs 222 2, 100 | there was need for man to receive a precept about loving God 223 2, 100 | he can dispose himself to receive charity from God. Nor ~( 224 2, 102 | the benefits he hopes to ~receive from Him.~Aquin.: SMT FS 225 2, 102 | reason he was the first to receive circumcision. This ~reason 226 2, 102 | is required of those who ~receive the body of Christ. Their 227 2, 104 | foes, and about the way to receive travelers and strangers: ~ 228 2, 105 | demanded that he should receive something by way of ~restitution 229 2, 105 | who were not competent to ~receive the honor due to a father, 230 2, 106 | things that dispose us to ~receive the grace of the Holy Ghost, 231 2, 106 | faith through ~which we receive the grace of the Holy Ghost: 232 2, 106 | whereby man is rendered fit to receive the grace of the Holy Ghost: 233 2, 106 | i.e. worldly men, "cannot receive" the Holy Ghost (Jn. ~14: 234 2, 107 | to Mk. 10:30: He ~shall receive "a hundred times as much . . . 235 2, 108 | Christ's care, ~needed to receive some special commands from 236 2, 108 | Christ, such as all subjects ~receive from their superiors: and 237 2, 108 | wife (Mt. 5:32); and to receive usury ~(Lk. 6:35), when 238 2, 109 | man prepare himself to receive this gift, it is not necessary 239 2, 109 | sun, ~prepares himself to receive the sun's light, by turning 240 2, 109 | cannot prepare himself to receive the ~light of grace except 241 2, 109 | the ~grace of Christ, many receive both the gift of grace whereby 242 2, 112 | nor was ~he prepared, to receive it. But if the cause be 243 2, 112 | if anyone is willing to receive grace ~it is bestowed on 244 2, 112 | it does not necessarily ~receive its shape from the potter. 245 2, 112 | he does not necessarily receive grace from God.~Aquin.: 246 2, 112 | grace; for if ~they did not receive grace, it would be against 247 2, 112 | regards the subject, grace can receive more or less, ~inasmuch 248 2, 112 | sweetness, which he who does not receive it, does not experience. ~ 249 2, 113 | are not in sin, when they ~receive this justice from God, as 250 2, 113 | of itself is disposed to receive light, it is ~suddenly illuminated 251 2, 113 | Now by glorification we receive heavenly ~grace, which is 252 2, 113 | likeness of God, it is fit to receive God by grace, as Augustine ~ 253 2, 114 | give Him, or what shall He ~receive of thy hand." Hence a man 254 2, 114 | 3:8): "Every man shall receive ~his own reward according 255 2, 114 | you shall fail they may receive you into ~everlasting dwellings." 256 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 3: The poor who receive alms are said to receive 257 2, 114 | receive alms are said to receive others into ~everlasting 258 2, 114 | it; hence ~such as these receive no other reward.~Aquin.: 259 2, 2 | would be ~superfluous to receive by faith, things that can 260 2, 6 | written ~(Jn. 7:23): "If a man receive circumcision on the sabbath-day, 261 2, 8 | of the Holy Ghost ~should receive the name of understanding.~ 262 2, 8 | phantasms and errors, so as to receive the truths which are ~proposed 263 2, 9 | human ~affairs may properly receive the name of knowledge."~ 264 2, 10 | grievously than heathens, who receive neither ~Testament.~Aquin.: 265 2, 10 | Christian, he should forthwith receive his freedom, without paying 266 2, 11 | Whether the Church should receive those who return from heresy?~ 267 2, 11 | Church ought in all cases to receive those ~who return from heresy. 268 2, 16 | plough in hope . . . to receive ~fruit." But the act of 269 2, 18 | hope to enjoy God, and to receive ~other favors from Him, 270 2, 19 | God, than not to hope to receive glory from Him.~Aquin.: 271 2, 21 | duty, ~it is enough that he receive an affirmative precept as 272 2, 23 | aforesaid acts dispose man to receive the ~infusion of charity. 273 2, 23 | Consequently a habit may ~receive increase through extending 274 2, 23 | corresponding increased ability to receive a further increase. It is ~ 275 2, 24 | holy angels from whom we receive many merciful favors."~Aquin.: 276 2, 24 | neighbors, those from whom we receive favors, as appears from 277 2, 25 | answer that, The good we receive from God is twofold, the 278 2, 25 | properly to the father to ~receive honor from his children, 279 2, 25 | the matter of the body ~to receive that form.~Aquin.: SMT SS 280 2, 25 | difficult to give than to receive ~favors: and we are most 281 2, 26 | nor does He ~require to receive any form in order to be 282 2, 26 | the rewards we hope ~to receive from Him, or even by the 283 2, 26 | since "every man shall receive his own reward according 284 2, 29 | give Him? or what shall He receive of thy ~hand?" Therefore 285 2, 29 | Give to the good, and ~receive not a sinner." But many 286 2, 30 | to give alms in order to receive a spiritual effect.~Aquin.: 287 2, 30 | should be given that we may receive an eternal ~reward in return, 288 2, 30 | you shall fail, they may ~receive you into everlasting dwellings, 289 2, 30 | deserve on two counts to receive an eternal ~reward. First 290 2, 37 | Septuagint version]. Now some receive a temporal punishment for 291 2, 37 | OBJ 1: It is not lawful to receive Baptism from a schismatic, 292 2, 37 | matter from whom he may receive it, ~whether from a Jew 293 2, 41 | it is much ~better to receive a brief punishment for a 294 2, 42 | Therefore it behooved us to receive precepts not only of the ~ 295 2, 43 | Para. 2/2~Some, however, receive a higher degree of the gift 296 2, 43 | adoption" in so far as we receive from Him the ~likeness of 297 2, 49 | power be well disposed to receive things just as they ~are 298 2, 50 | the instruction which they receive from ~God in such matters 299 2, 50 | the source ~whence they receive.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 300 2, 55 | gives so much that he may receive equal value ~in return, 301 2, 55 | himself satisfied, if he receive so ~much. This can be done 302 2, 56 | strikes a prince does not receive the same punishment as one ~ 303 2, 58 | and each one is free to receive it or not, as he wishes. 304 2, 59 | ready to expect that he will receive again." ~Therefore distribution 305 2, 59 | distributed, a ~man does not receive what was his, but becomes 306 2, 60 | that has less than his due receive what is lacking ~to him: 307 2, 60 | things which one man may receive from another without loss 308 2, 60 | both ~because he would receive restitution many times over, 309 2, 66 | Hence it ~is unlawful to receive any secret in detriment 310 2, 69 | answer that, A man may justly receive payment for granting what 311 2, 69 | and consequently judges receive out of the public ~funds 312 2, 69 | their labor; and witnesses receive their expenses ~(not as 313 2, 75 | better, he ~would seem to receive the reward of his labor. 314 2, 76 | money lent, which ~is to receive usury?~(2) Whether it is 315 2, 76 | advance in the goods which we receive from Him: and this is for ~ 316 2, 76 | craftsman. Now it is lawful to receive interest for money ~entrusted 317 2, 76 | Therefore it is also lawful to ~receive interest for money lent.~ 318 2, 76 | Therefore it is lawful to receive ~interest for money lent.~ 319 2, 76 | or express agreement to ~receive anything whose price can 320 2, 81 | asking, men may deserve to receive what Almighty God ~from 321 2, 81 | said: "Ask ~and ye shall receive" [*Vulg.: 'Ask and it shall 322 2, 81 | James 4:3, "You ask, and receive not: ~because you ask amiss." 323 2, 81 | and those gifts that we receive ~through Him. Therefore 324 2, 81 | is such that lower beings receive an ~overflow of the excellence 325 2, 81 | Take away all iniquity, and receive the good: and ~we will render 326 2, 81 | therefore without any ~doubt we receive what we ask for, yet when 327 2, 81 | for, yet when we ought to receive it: "since ~certain things 328 2, 81 | Everyone that asketh shall receive, that is to say ~whether 329 2, 81 | benefits received we merit to receive yet ~greater benefits," 330 2, 84 | Monks or other religious may receive oblations under three ~counts. 331 2, 85 | patrimonial: moreover they receive first-fruits, and ~oblations 332 2, 85 | and certain religious ~receive tithes. Therefore seemingly 333 2, 85 | tithes: ~namely, the right to receive tithes, and the things given 334 2, 85 | of ~tithes. The right to receive tithes is a spiritual thing, 335 2, 85 | too can she allow him to receive ~tithes that are yet to 336 2, 85 | however, are competent to receive tithes, because they have 337 2, 85 | the parish church should ~receive the tithes on the lands 338 2, 85 | that the Levites should receive tithes from the ~people, 339 2, 85 | pay tithes, but ~they may receive them. Another reason applies 340 2, 86 | monks of which refuse to receive him: or on account of ~some 341 2, 86 | if they are unwilling to receive him into ~this particular 342 2, 87 | speculative propositions receive ~confirmation from reason, 343 2, 87 | thereof unbecomingly: thus ~to receive the Eucharist is good, and 344 2, 93 | what portion each is to receive.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 345 2, 96 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to receive an oath from a person is 346 2, 96 | it would seem unlawful to receive an oath from a ~person, 347 2, 97 | man's. Now sacred things ~receive their sacred character from 348 2, 97 | the same sin should not receive a double punishment, ~according 349 2, 98 | imposed ~his hand they might receive the Holy Ghost." But we 350 2, 98 | the Mass. But some priests receive a prebend or money ~for 351 2, 98 | Accordingly we must answer that to receive money for the spiritual 352 2, 98 | On the other hand, to receive anything ~for the support 353 2, 98 | it is lawful to give and receive money for spiritual actions?~ 354 2, 98 | it is lawful to give and receive money for ~spiritual actions. 355 2, 98 | it is ~lawful to give and receive money for a spiritual action.~ 356 2, 98 | Therefore it is lawful to receive something ~for spiritual 357 2, 98 | power. Now it is ~lawful to receive money for the use of science: 358 2, 98 | lawful ~for a prelate to receive something for the use of 359 2, 98 | such ~like actions; but to receive or give something for the 360 2, 98 | Their need allows them to receive the wherewithal ~to live, 361 2, 98 | it is unlawful for him to receive ~anything for any dispensing 362 2, 98 | it is lawful for him to receive "procurations," ~when he 363 2, 98 | of others ~can lawfully receive a price for his learning 364 2, 98 | doing, are not allowed to receive anything ~in return, either 365 2, 98 | is unlawful to exact or receive anything as price for ~entering 366 2, 98 | unlawful to agree to give or receive something for entrance into 367 2, 98 | Whether it is lawful to receive money for things annexed 368 2, 98 | It would seem lawful to receive money for things annexed 369 2, 98 | office), and the right to receive tithes. Now Abraham bought ~ 370 2, 98 | in order that they ~may receive human praise, which seems 371 2, 98 | commands a subject of his to receive orders from ~him: and apparently 372 2, 98 | him. Yet no one ought to receive from him that has not the ~ 373 2, 98 | sacrament: ~but he does not receive the grace nor the exercise 374 2, 98 | OBJ 2: One ought not to receive Orders from a bishop one 375 2, 98 | excommunication: and such as receive Orders from him do not ~ 376 2, 98 | Orders from him do not ~receive the exercise of their Orders, 377 2, 98 | simony; and they need to receive a dispensation. ~Some, however, 378 2, 98 | maintain that one ought to receive Orders in obedience to ~ 379 2, 98 | with a good conscience to receive Orders from him. And if 380 2, 98 | fact be a secret, one can receive Orders from him ~because 381 2, 98 | simoniacally, so that he will receive either the lesser ~dispensation 382 2, 99 | which it befits him ~to receive in respect of something 383 2, 102 | the person who does not ~receive his due, according to the 384 2, 102 | superior, who does not ~receive obedience. Wherefore in 385 2, 104 | you wish to repay a favor? Receive it ~graciously." As regards 386 2, 105 | assistance, in order that he ~may receive without knowing from whom 387 2, 106 | the wrongs they themselves receive from them: but they do not ~ 388 2, 115 | he is inclined neither to receive nor to keep money, but to 389 2, 115 | only to give but also ~to receive and keep. But receiving 390 2, 115 | liberal man to be ready to receive, and still less to beg. ~ 391 2, 117 | persons from whom he may receive riches.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 392 2, 117 | fool to give too much and ~receive nothing." Therefore prodigality 393 2, 127 | is confident that he will receive help from him.~Aquin.: SMT 394 2, 130 | Reply OBJ 2: That which we receive from God is not vain but 395 2, 130 | How can you believe, who receive glory one ~from another, 396 2, 135 | Christ, the ~predestined receive not only the possibility 397 2, 137 | do virtuous deeds, which receive the common designation of ~ 398 2, 143 | the just and the brave who receive most honor," according to 399 2, 145 | for this reason we cannot receive ~the Eucharist after drinking. 400 2, 145 | which it is not lawful ~to receive the Eucharist. The fast 401 2, 147 | in this way, in order to ~receive wisdom perfectly, it is 402 2, 152 | these ~works dispose him to receive the grace to repent, and 403 2, 152 | Solomon did not merit to receive wisdom from God while he ~ 404 2, 152 | which virgins are wont to ~receive." The other injury is done 405 2, 155 | James 1:21): ~"With meekness receive the ingrafted word," and ( 406 2, 159 | submissive and ever open to ~receive the influx of Divine grace. 407 2, 160 | intellect to God, that he may receive the knowledge ~of truth 408 2, 160 | incline thy ear, thou shalt receive ~instruction." The other 409 2, 170 | becomes more adapted to receive the influence of spiritual 410 2, 170 | also is more inclined to receive the ~subtle motions which 411 2, 170 | to the right, unless he ~receive the Holy Ghost, by Whom 412 2, 170 | prophets." Others, however, ~receive the gift of prophecy merely 413 2, 171 | in the case of those who receive infused ~scientific knowledge 414 2, 172 | prophet, at different times, receive ~various degrees of prophetic 415 2, 174 | Therefore the apostles did ~not receive the knowledge of all languages 416 2, 174 | Christ's disciples did not receive the grace to the extent 417 2, 175 | another." Now some women receive the ~grace of wisdom and 418 2, 176 | of some excellence they receive the name of "wonder" or ~" 419 2, 180 | Cor. 3:8, "Every man shall receive his own reward ~according 420 2, 182 | with their consecration receive ~the cure of souls, so also 421 2, 182 | from the religious state to receive the ~cure of souls, being 422 2, 183 | means, since they were to receive the means of livelihood 423 2, 183 | that those clerics who ~receive no goods from their parents 424 2, 184 | may possess as much as you receive, clothe ~yourself with what 425 2, 185 | however, do ~them if they receive orders, or ordinary jurisdiction, 426 2, 185 | necessity when they failed to receive a livelihood from others. 427 2, 185 | perfect to give than to receive alms; for it is written ( 428 2, 185 | to give, rather than to receive." Therefore they ~should 429 2, 185 | like manner if religious receive movable ~goods from the 430 2, 185 | and on ~brotherly love to receive a livelihood in return. 431 2, 185 | perfect to give than ~to receive. Nevertheless to give or 432 2, 185 | for ~Christ's sake, and to receive a little for one's livelihood 433 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: To receive gifts so as to increase 434 2, 185 | needy that they have to receive ~their meat from others. 435 2, 185 | for ~that she desired "to receive alms, having poured forth 436 2, 185 | this by begging so as to receive it as a ~free gift and not 437 2, 186 | preachers have a right to receive their livelihood from ~the 438 2, 186 | their ordinary prelates, who receive the tithes and ~offerings 439 2, 186 | ransom ~captives than to receive guests, and among the works 440 2, 186 | possess ~so much as you receive, you must obey one you prefer 441 2, 187 | aware that walls when built receive not the ~weight of the beams 442 2, 187 | reached the lawful age to receive the tonsure and be educated 443 2, 187 | and stretching forth to receive and embrace me, her holy ~ 444 2, 187 | fearlessly upon Him: He will receive and will heal thee."~Aquin.: 445 3, 2 | to be incarnate does not receive it as the ~Fathers taught, 446 3, 3 | Incarnation of the Son we receive adoptive ~sonship in the 447 3, 3 | according to Jn. 20:22,23: "Receive ye the Holy Ghost. ~Whose 448 3, 4 | Abraham, who was the first to receive ~the promise of Christ, 449 3, 5 | transgression, enabled as it is to receive the law by the endowment 450 3, 5 | and the other parts of man receive their species through the 451 3, 6 | fulness of Christ all men receive according to the ~faith 452 3, 7 | fitting that His soul should receive the influx of Divine ~grace. 453 3, 7 | Further, to give and to receive gifts would not seem to 454 3, 7 | pertains to one who has, and to receive pertains ~to one who has 455 3, 7 | becoming that Christ should receive ~gifts of the Holy Ghost.~ 456 3, 7 | not united instruments, receive power in a particular ~manner 457 3, 7 | Christ the giver does not ~receive by measure.~Aquin.: SMT 458 3, 8 | dead." Yet such as these ~receive from Christ a certain vital 459 3, 8 | our Head, inasmuch as we receive from Him. Therefore ~He 460 3, 8 | shall appear, you shall receive a never-fading ~crown of 461 3, 9 | corporeal matter cannot receive two forms at once! one more ~ 462 3, 9 | Therefore neither can the soul ~receive a double knowledge at once, 463 3, 9 | matter is disposed by heat to receive the form of fire, ~and, 464 3, 10 | was slain is worthy to ~receive . . . divinity and wisdom," 465 3, 11 | the kings of the earth ~receive tribute, of their own children, 466 3, 11 | mode of the human soul ~to receive knowledge as a habit. Hence 467 3, 11 | connatural ~to a human soul to receive species of a lesser universality 468 3, 11 | universality than the ~angels receive; so that it knows different 469 3, 12 | more, therefore, could He receive knowledge by learning from 470 3, 12 | Therefore Christ did not receive any ~knowledge by the teaching 471 3, 12 | that not ~only all might receive grace through Him, but that 472 3, 12 | Him, but that all might receive the ~doctrine of Truth from 473 3, 12 | learns from man does not receive knowledge ~immediately from 474 3, 12 | man, so it is better to ~receive our knowledge from sensible 475 3, 12 | Therefore Christ did not ~receive knowledge from the angels.~ 476 3, 13 | naturally, the Man was about to receive in time." Now this would 477 3, 15 | therefore Christ did not receive human nature from Adam ~ 478 3, 19 | of Christ's grace we all receive, as is ~written Jn. 1:16. 479 3, 19 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Others receive of Christ's fulness not 480 3, 21 | but which He expected to receive. And therefore, as He gave ~ 481 3, 21 | This glory He expected to ~receive from His Father as the author 482 3, 22 | sun gives but does not receive light; fire gives but does 483 3, 22 | fire gives but does not receive ~heat. Now Christ is the 484 3, 22 | fitting that Christ should ~receive the effect of His priesthood.~ 485 3, 23 | whom He adopts worthy to receive the ~heavenly inheritance; 486 3, 23 | goods. Wherefore none can receive a material inheritance ~ 487 3, 23 | deceased person: whereas all receive the ~spiritual inheritance 488 3, 23 | Son . . . ~that we might receive the adoption of sons. And 489 3, 23 | because they were the first to receive the ~adoption of sons.~Aquin.: 490 3, 25 | His human nature should receive a certain ~veneration proper 491 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin did not receive the fulness or perfection 492 3, 27 | Blessed Virgin ~did not receive the fulness of grace at 493 3, 27 | it seems that she did not receive the fulness of grace at 494 3, 27 | Therefore it was due to her to receive a greater fulness of ~grace 495 3, 27 | them. But she did not so receive them, as to ~put them and 496 3, 30 | Mother of God, ~who was to receive the Son of God not only 497 3, 32 | bestowing on her ~the power to receive and to bring forth the Word 498 3, 32 | bestowing on her the power to receive," i.e. to conceive, "the 499 3, 34 | all men who are made holy receive holiness, according ~to 500 3, 34 | instant of its ~creation receive grace by which it could


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