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1 1, 1 | But sacred doctrine is ordained to action: "Be ~ye doers 2 1, 1 | latter, inasmuch as man is ordained by them to the ~perfect 3 1, 1 | that one is nobler which is ordained to a further ~purpose, as 4 1, 14 | practical: and when it is ordained to an operative end it is ~ 5 1, 16 | life that to which he ~is ordained by the divine intellect, 6 1, 16 | duty to his neighbor, as ordained by law. Hence we ~cannot 7 1, 17 | themselves from what is so ordained; wherein consists the evil ~ 8 1, 19 | end, and other things ~as ordained to that end; inasmuch as 9 1, 20 | them God loved more and ordained to ~a greater degree of 10 1, 22 | Those powers ~that are, are ordained of God': 'Quae autem sunt, 11 1, 23 | A[2]). Thus, as men are ordained to ~eternal life through 12 1, 23 | providence, in regard ~to those ordained to eternal salvation, so 13 1, 23 | which divine providence ~has ordained for such effects. Yet the 14 1, 23 | which have in some way been ordained in ~perpetuity; how many 15 1, 23 | undergo corruption, are not ~ordained as it were chiefly for the 16 1, 23 | rational creature ~is chiefly ordained for the good of the universe, 17 1, 24 | the inscription of those ordained to eternal life, to which 18 1, 24 | Therefore those who are ordained to possess eternal life 19 1, 24 | Those, however, who are ~ordained to eternal life, not through 20 1, 24 | because God knows one is first ordained to ~eternal life, and afterwards 21 1, 24 | life, and afterwards not ordained when he falls from grace.~ 22 1, 25 | is ineffectual ~which is ordained towards an end to which 23 1, 29 | heretical attack, it was ordained by conciliar decree ~that 24 1, 33 | called adoptive sons, as ordained to the ~heritage of eternal 25 1, 34 | effect, whereto they are ordained ~from the word conceived 26 1, 51 | in the Old Testament were ordained to that ~one whereby the 27 1, 54 | thus. ~Since every power is ordained to an act, then according 28 1, 60 | something else from choice as ordained to such end. Therefore, 29 1, 62 | s soul and an angel are ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently 30 1, 62 | perfection unto which he is ordained. Consequently, only one 31 1, 62 | man and angel are alike ordained for beatitude or grace. ~ 32 1, 62 | angelic nature seem to be ordained for the ~various degrees 33 1, 62 | angel: and as God's will ordained nature for grace, so did ~ 34 1, 62 | time, except the one be ordained to the other. But natural 35 1, 62 | knowledge ~and love are ordained to the knowledge and love 36 1, 62 | because the will is naturally ordained to good as to its proper 37 1, 64 | is directly and firstly ordained to good rather than to evil. ~ 38 1, 65 | with all its parts, is ~ordained towards God as its end, 39 1, 65 | production of things it was ordained that the corporeal should 40 1, 66 | contemplation, and not ordained to natural effects; on the 41 1, 66 | the state of glory for its ordained end, does not ~influence 42 1, 70 | considered not in itself, but as ordained to the good of the universe.~ 43 1, 75 | angel. ~For each thing is ordained to its proper end by the 44 1, 76 | secondarily, ~inasmuch as they are ordained to the whole.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 77 | the soul is ~not an act ordained to a further act, but the 46 1, 52 | in the Old Testament were ordained to that ~one whereby the 47 1, 55 | thus. ~Since every power is ordained to an act, then according 48 1, 61 | something else from choice as ordained to such end. Therefore, 49 1, 63 | s soul and an angel are ordained alike for ~beatitude: consequently 50 1, 63 | perfection unto which he is ordained. Consequently, only one 51 1, 63 | man and angel are alike ordained for beatitude or grace. ~ 52 1, 63 | angelic nature seem to be ordained for the ~various degrees 53 1, 63 | angel: and as God's will ordained nature for grace, so did ~ 54 1, 63 | time, except the one be ordained to the other. But natural 55 1, 63 | knowledge ~and love are ordained to the knowledge and love 56 1, 63 | because the will is naturally ordained to good as to its proper 57 1, 65 | is directly and firstly ordained to good rather than to evil. ~ 58 1, 66 | with all its parts, is ~ordained towards God as its end, 59 1, 66 | production of things it was ordained that the corporeal should 60 1, 67 | contemplation, and not ordained to natural effects; on the 61 1, 67 | the state of glory for its ordained end, does not ~influence 62 1, 71 | considered not in itself, but as ordained to the good of the universe.~ 63 1, 74 | angel. ~For each thing is ordained to its proper end by the 64 1, 75 | secondarily, ~inasmuch as they are ordained to the whole.~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 76 | the soul is ~not an act ordained to a further act, but the 66 1, 78 | different parts of the soul are ordained." Now ~contingent and necessary 67 1, 94 | Man and angel are both ordained to grace. But the ~angels 68 1, 95 | God, Whose Providence has ~ordained all this. Of this Providence 69 1, 95 | Vulg."Those that are, are ordained of God"]. But order ~chiefly 70 1, 97 | which natural generation is ~ordained. On the other hand, incorruptible 71 1, 97 | the distinction of sex ~is ordained. Moreover, we are told that 72 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 2: Guardianship is ordained to enlightenment by instruction, ~ 73 1, 117 | is its generating power ordained.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 74 2, 1 | the rule of whatever is ~ordained to the end. And since the 75 2, 1 | in a ~number of causes ordained to one another, the first 76 2, 1 | anything to an end, but can be ordained to an end only by another. 77 2, 1 | to an end: whereas to be ordained to an end belongs to that 78 2, 1 | same act may happen to be ordained to various ends. Therefore 79 2, 1 | once from ~the agent, is ordained to but one proximate end, 80 2, 1 | species: but it can be ordained to several remote ends, 81 2, 1 | its natural species, be ordained to several ends of the ~ 82 2, 1 | natural species, can be ordained, as to an end, to the safeguarding ~ 83 2, 1 | removed, those that are ordained to the first, must of necessity ~ 84 2, 1 | of the things which are ordained to ~the end. Consequently, 85 2, 1 | thing among those that are ordained to the ~end, none would 86 2, 1 | being in things that ~are ordained to one another not essentially 87 2, 1 | infinity of ends, and of things ordained to the ~end.~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 1 | towards those things that are ~ordained to the end. And this would 89 2, 1 | such, namely, as ~are not ordained to one another. Therefore 90 2, 1 | have several last ends not ordained to one another.~Aquin.: 91 2, 1 | the last end. For things ordained to the last end are said 92 2, 1 | beginning of anything is always ordained to its completion; as is 93 2, 1 | beginning ~of perfection is ordained to complete perfection which 94 2, 1 | the appetite, except as ordained to the first object ~of 95 2, 2 | last end, ~rather is it ordained to man as to its end. Wherefore 96 2, 2 | Fourthly, because man is ordained to happiness through principles 97 2, 2 | are in him; since he is ordained thereto naturally. Now the 98 2, 2 | because, if a thing ~be ordained to another as to its end, 99 2, 2 | to him, since a ship is ordained ~to something else as its 100 2, 2 | is evident that man is ordained to something as his end: 101 2, 2 | all goods of the body are ordained to the ~goods of the soul, 102 2, 2 | OBJ 1: Just as the body is ordained to the soul, as its end, 103 2, 2 | so ~are external goods ordained to the body itself. And 104 2, 2 | be not the last end, but ordained to a further ~end, then 105 2, 2 | not the last end, but is ordained to God, as to its ~last 106 2, 3 | practical ~intellect is ordained to the good rather than 107 2, 3 | speculative intellect, ~which is ordained to the true. Hence we are 108 2, 3 | these very ~actions are ordained to some end. Consequently 109 2, 3 | The practical intellect is ordained to good which is ~outside 110 2, 4 | Further, that which is ordained to another as its end, is 111 2, 4 | by reason of virtue, is ~ordained to Happiness as to its end. 112 2, 4 | in ~comparison to what is ordained to the end is as form compared 113 2, 4 | an end, except it be duly ordained ~thereto. And therefore 114 2, 4 | Not everything that is ordained to the end, ceases with 115 2, 4 | Happiness, since they are ordained to the animal life. And 116 2, 5 | opposites, in things which are ~ordained to the end; but it is ordained, 117 2, 5 | ordained to the end; but it is ordained, of natural necessity, to 118 2, 5 | universe; the former ~order is ordained to the second as to its 119 2, 5 | the case of active powers ordained to ~one another, that it 120 2, 9 | the fact that the ~will is ordained to the universal good. Wherefore 121 2, 10 | intellect: and both powers are ordained to a universal object, as 122 2, 10 | either the end, or something ~ordained to an end. But, seemingly, 123 2, 10 | like manner whatever is ordained to that end, and ~without 124 2, 11 | as though they were not ~ordained to the last end; but because 125 2, 11 | being the last end, but ~ordained to something else: secondly 126 2, 12 | towards which something is ordained; and thus "intention" regards ~ 127 2, 12 | in two ways: ~they may be ordained to one another or not so 128 2, 12 | to one another or not so ordained. And if they be ~ordained 129 2, 12 | ordained. And if they be ~ordained to one another, it is evident, 130 2, 12 | two things that are not ordained to one another, thus ~also 131 2, 12 | There can be several termini ordained to one another, of ~the 132 2, 12 | but not unless they be ~ordained to one another. At the same 133 2, 12 | will to something already ordained by the reason, as ~stated 134 2, 12 | will is to the means, as ordained to the end, it is ~called " 135 2, 13 | according as an inferior is ordained by a ~superior: for if a 136 2, 13 | being good, through being ordained to the end ~by the reason, 137 2, 13 | orderly manner ~through being ordained by the Supreme art. For 138 2, 13 | in one operation, may be ordained to something ~as an end. 139 2, 13 | the health of the body is ~ordained to the good of the soul, 140 2, 13 | proper ends of virtues are ordained to Happiness as to ~their 141 2, 13 | choice, in so far as they are ordained to a further end.~Aquin.: 142 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 1: The organs are ordained to the end, inasmuch as 143 2, 14 | the acts of two powers are ordained to one another, in ~each 144 2, 14 | reason's ~direction, are ordained to one another. Consequently 145 2, 14 | regard to ~some things, is ordained to something else; just 146 2, 14 | operations, in so far as they are ordained ~to some end. Consequently 147 2, 15 | thinking is considered as ordained to a further act, it belongs 148 2, 15 | reason. For that which is ordained to something else, belongs 149 2, 15 | does the end to which it is ordained: hence the ~art which is 150 2, 16 | being used as means, but ~as ordained to something else in which 151 2, 16 | choosing. And such acts as are ordained to that ~which precedes, 152 2, 17 | of those things that are ordained to the ~end. But use is 153 2, 17 | of those things that are ordained to the end. Therefore ~it 154 2, 17 | distinct powers are not ordained to one another, ~their acts 155 2, 17 | sensitive ~part, that are ordained to the acts of generation 156 2, 18 | action may happen to be ordained to an evil end, ~as when 157 2, 18 | action may happen to be ordained to a good end, as a theft 158 2, 18 | in its ~circumstances is ordained to an evil end, or vice 159 2, 18 | accidental to an action to be ~ordained to some particular end; 160 2, 18 | differ in species, can be ordained to the same ~end: thus to 161 2, 18 | virtues and vices ~can be ordained. Therefore the good and 162 2, 18 | the external action to be ~ordained to some particular end, 163 2, 18 | differing in species, are ordained to ~the same end, there 164 2, 18 | part of its object, can be ordained to ~an infinite number of 165 2, 18 | for instance, theft can be ordained to an ~infinite number of 166 2, 18 | first, as being of itself ordained ~thereto; thus to fight 167 2, 18 | fight well is of itself ordained to victory; secondly, ~as 168 2, 18 | victory; secondly, ~as being ordained thereto accidentally; thus 169 2, 18 | what belongs to ~another is ordained accidentally to the giving 170 2, 18 | object is not of itself ordained to the end, the specific 171 2, 18 | the object be of ~itself ordained to the end, one of these 172 2, 18 | object which of itself ~is ordained to that end, is a specific 173 2, 19 | because the latter is always ordained to the thing made, as to 174 2, 19 | through the object that is ordained to the ~intended end not 175 2, 19 | human will requires it to be ordained to ~the Sovereign Good, 176 2, 19 | appetite of ~each part is ordained to the common good of the 177 2, 20 | as good apprehended and ~ordained by the reason: and thus 178 2, 20 | internal and external acts, are ordained to one another. Now it may ~ 179 2, 20 | vi, 12, a moral virtue is ordained to ~the act of that virtue, 180 2, 20 | which is in the reason, is ordained to things directed ~to the 181 2, 21 | voluntary evil action can be ~ordained to happiness, which is the 182 2, 21 | intention of this end is ordained to the ~last end, this same 183 2, 21 | Reply OBJ 3: Each thing is ordained to its end by its action: 184 2, 21 | sinful, according as it is ordained to the end; and that its 185 2, 21 | evil actions, although not ordained to the ~good or evil of 186 2, 21 | individual, are nevertheless ordained to the good ~or evil of 187 2, 21 | or demerit through being ~ordained to someone else. But not 188 2, 21 | not all human actions are ordained to God. ~Therefore not every 189 2, 21 | demerit, through being ordained to someone else, either 190 2, 21 | Reply OBJ 3: Man is not ordained to the body politic, according 191 2, 23 | irascible passions are ordained to the concupiscible passions, 192 2, 31 | union, and the ~like, are ordained. If, however, we consider 193 2, 34 | Ethic. ii, 3). But no art is ordained to pleasure. Therefore ~ 194 2, 37 | they are not ~naturally ordained to move such other bodies 195 2, 49 | generation, is further ~ordained to another end, which is 196 2, 49 | the form itself is further ordained to operation, which is either 197 2, 50 | natural ~instinct, they are ordained to one thing, even as nature 198 2, 50 | command of reason, they can be ordained to ~various things. And 199 2, 50 | them there are no habits ordained to ~operations. There are 200 2, 50 | susceptible of habits, but are ordained to their ~fixed acts, according 201 2, 50 | reason of its nature, is ordained to tend to the good which 202 2, 54 | things to which they are ordained. Now a habit ~is a disposition 203 2, 56 | acts, to which virtues are ordained, are ~voluntary. If therefore 204 2, 56 | there will be two virtues ordained to the same act, which ~ 205 2, 56 | those virtues which are ordained ~to the willer's own good; 206 2, 57 | that, Since every virtue is ordained to some good, as stated ~ 207 2, 57 | speculative habit ~is not ordained. Yet it is ordained to the 208 2, 57 | not ordained. Yet it is ordained to the interior act of the 209 2, 57 | Hence whatever habits are ordained to such like ~works of the 210 2, 57 | from those ~arts that are ordained to works done by the body, 211 2, 57 | those sciences which are not ordained to any such like work, are 212 2, 57 | and something suitably ordained ~to that due end. Now man 213 2, 57 | to that which is suitably ordained to the due ~end man needs 214 2, 57 | which are about things ordained to the end, are acts ~of 215 2, 57 | affected towards ~things ordained to the end; and this virtue 216 2, 57 | is the highest which is ordained to the highest act. Now 217 2, 57 | intellect, in so far as this is ordained to operation; ~for reason 218 2, 68 | salvation. Because the gifts are ordained to a perfection surpassing 219 2, 71 | that to which virtue is ordained. In the essence of virtue 220 2, 71 | that to which ~virtue is ordained: since, properly speaking, 221 2, 90 | commands as regards things ordained to the ~end. But in order 222 2, 90 | foundation not only of what is ordained to the common good, but 223 2, 90 | Moreover, since every part is ordained to the whole, as ~imperfect 224 2, 90 | since the law is chiefly ordained to the ~common good, any 225 2, 90 | Therefore every law is ordained to the common good.~Aquin.: 226 2, 90 | not the last end, ~but is ordained to the common good; so too 227 2, 90 | good of one household is ~ordained to the good of a single 228 2, 91 | order to an end. But nothing ordained to ~an end is eternal: for 229 2, 91 | law, in so far as it is ordained by God to the government 230 2, 91 | the law itself is not ordained to the end - except accidentally, 231 2, 91 | end his law must ~needs be ordained. But the end of the Divine 232 2, 91 | the eternal law is ~not ordained to another end.~Aquin.: 233 2, 91 | And indeed if man were ~ordained to no other end than that 234 2, 91 | from it. But since man is ordained to an end of eternal happiness ~ 235 2, 91 | Irrational creatures are not ordained to an end higher than ~that 236 2, 91 | this, man was ~directly ordained by the Old Law: wherefore, 237 2, 91 | good: and to ~this, man is ordained by the New Law. Wherefore, 238 2, 91 | OBJ 3: Further, the law is ordained to the common good, as stated 239 2, 91 | other animals, thus it is ordained ~to the common good, namely, 240 2, 92 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Law is ordained to the common good, as stated 241 2, 93 | one, according as they are ordained to ~one common thing. Wherefore 242 2, 93 | wherever there are movers ~ordained to one another, the power 243 2, 94 | essential to a ~law that it be ordained to the common good. But 244 2, 94 | some acts of virtue are ~ordained to the private good of the 245 2, 94 | matters, which are indeed ordained to the natural common ~good, 246 2, 94 | other matters of law are ordained to the moral common good.~ 247 2, 95 | since it is ~both something ordained to an end; and is a rule 248 2, 95 | above (Q[90], A[2]), law is ordained to the ~common good, this 249 2, 95 | notion of human law, to be ordained to the ~common good of the 250 2, 96 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, law is ordained to the common good, as stated 251 2, 96 | some acts of virtue are ordained, not to the common ~good, 252 2, 96 | stated above (Q[90], A[2]) is ordained to the common ~good. Wherefore 253 2, 96 | when, to wit, they are ordained to the common good - and 254 2, 98 | imperfect ~good. In things ordained to an end, there is perfect 255 2, 98 | Christ. For the Old Law ordained men to Christ in two ~ways. 256 2, 98 | the angels, since it is ordained to the salvation of souls.~ 257 2, 98 | Law was "given ~[Vulg.: 'ordained'] by angels in the hand 258 2, 98 | made ~the promise, being ordained by angels in the hand of 259 2, 98 | the hand of a Mediator": ~ordained, i.e. "given in orderly 260 2, 99 | various things as being ordained to one end. Consequently 261 2, 99 | of ~those things that are ordained to that end.~Aquin.: SMT 262 2, 99 | said to be one as being ordained to one end: ~yet it comprises 263 2, 99 | to the variety of ~acts ordained thereto.~Aquin.: SMT FS 264 2, 99 | other things, as being ordained to the fulfilment of the 265 2, 100 | precepts of the Law are ordained to the common ~good, as 266 2, 100 | state. Now ~human law is ordained for one kind of community, 267 2, 100 | kind. Because human law is ordained for the civil community, ~ 268 2, 100 | his fellows: and men are ordained to ~one another by outward 269 2, 100 | which the Divine law is ordained, is that of men ~in relation 270 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are ordained unto ~charity, according 271 2, 100 | Vulg.: 'Those that are, are ordained of God']. ~But the precepts 272 2, 100 | also, in an ~army, which is ordained to the commander as to its 273 2, 100 | those things whereby we are ordained to God, the first is that ~ 274 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are ordained by God, ~it seems that God 275 2, 100 | observance of the Sabbath is ordained by a precept ~of the decalogue. 276 2, 100 | of the other virtues are ordained to charity, which is "the 277 2, 100 | formal mode of the act ~ordained to that end. In this sense 278 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are ordained to the love of ~God and 279 2, 100 | the other precepts are so ordained as pertaining thereto less ~ 280 2, 100 | The precepts of a law are ordained for the common good, as ~ 281 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts are ordained to ~the Divine worship, 282 2, 101 | God." And as the body is ordained to God through the soul, 283 2, 101 | the outward ~worship is ordained to the internal worship. 284 2, 101 | external worship should be ordained, as stated above.~Aquin.: 285 2, 101 | stated above ~(AA[1],2), are ordained to the worship of God, and 286 2, 101 | Further, the Old Law was ordained to the New. But in the New 287 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts were ordained to the worship of God, as 288 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts are ~ordained to the Divine worship. Now 289 2, 101 | taken from among men, is ordained for men in things ~that 290 2, 102 | ordered. First, that they be ordained to their due end, ~which 291 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts ~were ordained to a certain end, wherefrom 292 2, 102 | was twofold: for they were ordained to the Divine worship, for ~ 293 2, 102 | of view of their ~being ordained to foreshadow Christ: and 294 2, 102 | tabernacle or temple was ordained to the worship of ~God. 295 2, 102 | of the tabernacle being ordained to the worship of God. ~ 296 2, 102 | the first ~tabernacle was ordained to foreshadow the death 297 2, 102 | the Old Law, ~which were ordained to the sanctification of 298 2, 102 | in so far as ~they were ordained to the worship of God for 299 2, 102 | in so far as they were ordained to foreshadow Christ: as 300 2, 102 | purifications of the Old Law were ~ordained for the removal of impediments 301 2, 102 | of the flock, ~was to be ordained to the glory of God. Then 302 2, 102 | ordinabantur' - 'were ordained': the former reading is 303 2, 103 | the legal ceremonies were ordained for a double purpose; the ~ 304 2, 103 | by Divine authority, but ordained by ~human reason; so also 305 2, 103 | cleansing of ~a leper, were not ordained for the purpose of taking 306 2, 103 | inasmuch as ~they were ordained to the worship of God, besides 307 2, 103 | precepts of the Old Law were ordained ~to the worship of God as 308 2, 104 | worship Him. Because men ~are ordained to God as to their end; 309 2, 104 | other hand, man is not ~ordained to his neighbor as to his 310 2, 104 | thereby that people was ordained. Therefore it is most necessary ~ 311 2, 105 | the present life, it was ordained that children should be 312 2, 105 | death. It was not, however, ordained that any other than his 313 2, 106 | the health of the soul are ordained to grace, which is ~forfeit 314 2, 107 | to some end. Now things ordained to an end may be ~divided 315 2, 107 | end. First, ~through being ordained to different ends: and this 316 2, 107 | the fact that they ~are ordained to diverse ends: thus a 317 2, 107 | diverse ends: thus a state-law ordained to democratic ~government, 318 2, 107 | specifically from a law ordained to government ~by the aristocracy. 319 2, 108 | judicial precepts, Our Lord ordained ~nothing in the Gospel, 320 2, 108 | Therefore it ~seems that He ordained insufficiently.~Aquin.: 321 2, 110 | acquired virtues, which are ordained to this natural light, so 322 2, 110 | are derived from and are ~ordained to this light, hence the 323 2, 111 | Vulg.: 'those that are, are ordained by God]." Now ~the order 324 2, 111 | And hence since grace is ordained to lead men to God, this 325 2, 111 | 1]), gratuitous grace is ordained to ~this, viz. that a man 326 2, 111 | power, according as man is ~ordained thereby to God.~Aquin.: 327 2, 111 | Now sanctifying grace is ordained to the ~good of one man 328 2, 111 | whereas gratuitous grace is ordained to the common ~good of the 329 2, 111 | good to which a virtue is ordained, the ~more excellent is 330 2, 111 | good, since ~the other is ordained to it. Now gratuitous grace 331 2, 111 | Now gratuitous grace is ordained to the ~common good of the 332 2, 111 | whereas ~sanctifying grace is ordained to the separate common good, 333 2, 111 | Reply OBJ 3: Feeling is ordained to reason, as to an end; 334 2, 111 | for what is proper is ~ordained to what is common as to 335 2, 112 | as regards ~what it is ordained to by God, since God's intention 336 2, 112 | more noble through being ordained to a greater good; the other 337 2, 113 | inasmuch as the act may be ordained to various ~ends. But the 338 2, 113 | once in so far as ~one is ordained to the other. Now the free-will' 339 2, 113 | movement towards sin is ~ordained to the free-will's movement 340 2, 113 | which this transmutation is ordained as to an end, ~as stated 341 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly is ordained to the ~particular good 342 2, 114 | that to which they ~were ordained by God; differently, indeed, 343 2, 114 | God what he is divinely ordained to, as stated above ~(A[ 344 2, 114 | Now man by his nature is ordained to beatitude as his end; 345 2, 114 | whatsoever is divinely ordained to anything exceeding the 346 2, 114 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: God ordained human nature to attain the 347 2, 114 | to which man is divinely ordained. Secondly, on the part of 348 2, 114 | of the ~other virtues are ordained to this end, since all the 349 2, 114 | and consequently ~what is ordained and leads to this end; and 350 2, 1 | article, in so far as they are ordained to one end; while, from 351 2, 2 | sacrifices, ~believed them to be ordained by God in reference to Christ' 352 2, 3 | confession of sins, which is ordained to the ~blotting out of 353 2, 8 | naturally. But since man is ~ordained to supernatural happiness, 354 2, 8 | all these four gifts ~are ordained to supernatural knowledge, 355 2, 8 | understanding seems to be ordained chiefly to the certitude 356 2, 9 | rather are all the gifts ordained to the perfection of the 357 2, 9 | unreasonable if several gifts ~are ordained to one theological virtue.~ 358 2, 9 | gift of understanding, is ordained to the certitude of faith. 359 2, 16 | obtain any goods that ~are ordained to happiness. It is in this 360 2, 18 | good, ~in so far as it is ordained to the last end.~Aquin.: 361 2, 18 | seeing that our life is ordained to the ~enjoyment of God, 362 2, 23 | 2: Further, among things ordained towards one another, the 363 2, 23 | is essentially a virtue ordained to act, so that an ~essential 364 2, 35 | salvation. Moreover all this was ordained by Divine providence, on ~ 365 2, 37 | who return after ~being ordained, are not ordained again." 366 2, 37 | being ordained, are not ordained again." Now Order is a kind 367 2, 38 | those ~things which are ordained to man's safety, even that 368 2, 42 | the ~spiritual life are ordained to this union, as to their 369 2, 49 | acts of the reason that are ordained to action are diverse, nor 370 2, 62 | Now Divine providence has ordained that all living things ~ 371 2, 64 | Providence, inferior things are ordained for the ~purpose of succoring 372 2, 67 | in the point of its being ordained by God "for the punishment ~ 373 2, 81 | Therefore it is ~reasonably ordained that the ministers of the 374 2, 84 | taken from among men is ~ordained for men in the things that 375 2, 84 | and since a priest is "ordained for the people "in the things 376 2, 85 | and so it was ~becomingly ordained that the remaining eleven 377 2, 85 | observed by ~some, if they be ordained by the authority of those 378 2, 89 | to His effects which are ordained for ~our good. In this respect 379 2, 93 | whereas the same deacons were ordained ~not by lot but by the choice 380 2, 98 | Episcopus): "He ~that has been ordained shall profit nothing from 381 2, 115 | things. Again, liberality is ordained to a good consequently, 382 2, 123 | forcibly and unwillingly ordained by heretics, has an ~ostensible 383 2, 145 | for whose good they are ordained, ~need to fast in order 384 2, 152 | Matrimony is specially ordained for the good of human ~offspring, 385 2, 170 | Vulg.: 'Those that are, are ordained of God.']." Now ~the Divine 386 2, 171 | causes; yet so that they are ordained by Divine providence to 387 2, 182 | is to say, "when he was ~ordained," as a gloss says on this 388 2, 182 | priest," i.e. the bishop, "is ordained, he receives on his head 389 2, 183 | that after he has been ordained bishop at ~the altar to 390 2, 184 | for if any of them are ordained for the purpose ~of procuring 391 2, 184 | and the like, are directly ordained ~for the observance of the 392 2, 185 | altar. So also ~the lord ordained that they who preach the 393 2, 186 | A[2]), religion may be ordained to the ~active and to the 394 2, 186 | those which are directly ordained to the salvation of ~souls, 395 2, 187 | enter religion, or even is ordained, without the ~knowledge 396 3, 1 | by God's wisdom, and is ordained to ~God's goodness. For 397 3, 1 | work of the Incarnation was ordained by God as a remedy for ~ 398 3, 1 | universe that the creature be ordained in a natural manner to God ~ 399 3, 1 | Incarnation is principally ordained ~to the restoration of the 400 3, 1 | words ~in Gal. 3:19, "Being ordained by angels in the hand of 401 3, 2 | works of man are ~properly ordained to beatitude, which is the 402 3, 3 | Further, the Incarnation is ordained to the remission of sins, ~ 403 3, 7 | man for all whereby he is ordained to ~beatitude; nevertheless, 404 3, 7 | Further, gratuitous graces are ordained to the benefit of the ~faithful. 405 3, 7 | the gratuitous ~graces are ordained for the manifestation of 406 3, 7 | As sanctifying grace is ordained to meritorious acts both ~ 407 3, 7 | likewise gratuitous grace is ordained to ~certain exterior acts 408 3, 7 | could not make it to be ~ordained to anything greater than 409 3, 7 | end of grace, since it is ~ordained to acting rightly, and action 410 3, 8 | one head. Now a multitude ordained to one ~end, with distinct 411 3, 8 | both men and angels are ordained to one ~end, which is the 412 3, 8 | personal grace ~of Christ is ordained to one act, viz. the sanctification 413 3, 8 | and the capital grace is ordained to another, viz. to sanctifying 414 3, 8 | Personal and capital grace are ordained to an act; but the ~grace 415 3, 8 | the ~grace of union is not ordained to an act, but to the personal 416 3, 9 | the ~vision of God; and is ordained to it as to an end; since 417 3, 11 | Further, since habits are ordained to acts, a habitual knowledge ~ 418 3, 15 | as this defect cannot ~be ordained to satisfaction, but rather 419 3, 15 | the end, to which it ~is ordained, as bitter medicine is not 420 3, 15 | desired, but only as it ~is ordained to health. And thus Christ' 421 3, 15 | they were voluntary ~as ordained to the end, which is the 422 3, 16 | belongs to ~Christ to be ordained to be God by the grace of 423 3, 18 | on account of its being ordained to another - which ~pertains 424 3, 19 | there are several mutually ordained agents, the inferior is ~ 425 3, 22 | taken from among men is ordained for men in the things that 426 3, 22 | those wayfarers who are ordained to the priesthood.~Aquin.: 427 3, 25 | writing, but which have been ordained, in accordance with the ~ 428 3, 30 | Vulg.: 'Those that are, are ordained of God']." Now the ~angel 429 3, 31 | Incarnation is miraculous, not as ordained to strengthen faith, but 430 3, 31 | Those that are of God are ordained [Vulg.: 'Those that are, 431 3, 31 | Those that are, are ~ordained of God']. Therefore Christ' 432 3, 40 | Further, abstinence is ordained to continency; for it is 433 3, 40 | Further, external wealth is ordained to bodily use as to food 434 3, 40 | as to show ~that it was ordained to Him. Thirdly, to deprive 435 3, 41 | Further, temptations are ordained to sin. But there are seven ~ 436 3, 42 | those that are, are ordained of God']" [*See Scriptural 437 3, 42 | anything. For writings are ordained, ~as to an end, unto the 438 3, 44 | Christ's miracles were ordained to make known His ~Godhead. 439 3, 44 | Christ's miracles were ordained to the glory of God: ~hence 440 3, 44 | Further, Christ's miracles are ordained to the salvation of ~mankind. 441 3, 44 | Christ's miracles were ordained to the ~end that He should 442 3, 46 | say, because Thou hast so ordained it - hence ~He adds: "Thy 443 3, 46 | Further, Christ's Passion was ordained for man's deliverance from ~ 444 3, 47 | Law, which are chiefly ~ordained for sacrifices and oblations, 445 3, 47 | the Law, which are chiefly ordained for making compensation ~ 446 3, 50 | itself, because this grace is ordained for personal union, ~whereas 447 3, 52 | in ~His assumed nature is ordained for man's salvation: and 448 3, 53 | befell Christ's humanity was ordained for our ~salvation. But 449 3, 53 | first in those that were ordained unto Christ.~Aquin.: SMT 450 3, 55 | as Christ's Passion is ordained for our salvation, so ~also 451 3, 55 | Vulg.: 'Those that are, are ordained of God]." Now ~the divinely 452 3, 56 | resurrection of bodies is ordained for ~punishment or reward, 453 3, 60 | that, All things that are ordained to one, even in different ~ 454 3, 60 | speaking is ~that which is ordained to signify our sanctification. 455 3, 60 | signifies many things not ordained to one another. But when 456 3, 60 | through being mutually ordained, they ~form one thing, then 457 3, 60 | bodily medicines, which are ordained to the health of ~the body, 458 3, 60 | are spiritual ~remedies ordained to the health of the soul, 459 3, 60 | which we use. Yet they are ordained unto ~sanctification not 460 3, 62 | conditions of a sacrament; being ordained to ~something sacred, not 461 3, 62 | AA[3],4. But ~grace is ordained to the perfecting of the 462 3, 62 | therefore, ~sacramental grace is ordained to the removal of the soul' 463 3, 62 | Now the sacraments ~are ordained unto certain special effects 464 3, 62 | Christian life: thus Baptism is ordained unto a certain spiritual ~ 465 3, 62 | certain special perfection ordained to the powers' ~proper actions, 466 3, 62 | sacraments, inasmuch as they are ordained by God unto the production 467 3, 62 | the instruments that are ordained unto the ~production of 468 3, 62 | they are one as being so ordained: ~so also the one same sacramental 469 3, 62 | Further, the sacraments are ordained unto man's justification, ~ 470 3, 62 | sacramental grace seems to be ordained principally to two things: ~ 471 3, 62 | the sacraments which is ordained unto the ~remission of sins 472 3, 62 | Old Law, which was wholly ordained to the ~foreshadowing of 473 3, 63 | sacraments of the New Law are ordained for a twofold purpose; ~ 474 3, 63 | certain ~spiritual power ordained unto things pertaining to 475 3, 63 | something is marked, as being ordained ~to some particular end: 476 3, 63 | receives the character is ordained: ~as has been stated concerning 477 3, 63 | power: ~since it is neither ordained to knowledge only, nor to 478 3, 63 | of the soul are properly ordained to ~actions, just as the 479 3, 63 | just as the essence is ordained to existence. Therefore 480 3, 63 | the soul, since they are ordained to ~actions of which the 481 3, 63 | like manner ~whatever is ordained to action, should be attributed 482 3, 63 | stated above, a character is ordained unto things ~pertaining 483 3, 63 | because a ~character is ordained unto grace as to a further 484 3, 63 | to which a character is ordained, will not endure in heaven, ~ 485 3, 63 | sacraments of the ~New Law are ordained for a twofold purpose, namely, 486 3, 63 | sacraments are directly ordained to the Divine ~worship. 487 3, 63 | way Confirmation also is ordained for the same purpose, ~as 488 3, 64 | sacraments of the New Law are ordained for the purpose ~of cleansing 489 3, 64 | taken ~from among men, is ordained for men in the things that 490 3, 64 | Therefore ~they are not ordained ministers in the things 491 3, 64 | done in baptism, may be ordained ~to bodily cleanliness, 492 3, 65 | corresponds to Faith, and is ordained as a remedy ~against original 493 3, 65 | Unction, to Hope, being ordained against ~venial sin; the 494 3, 65 | Eucharist, to Charity, being ordained against the penal ~effect 495 3, 65 | order, to Prudence, being ordained against ~ignorance; Penance 496 3, 65 | Penance to Justice, being ordained against mortal sin; ~Matrimony, 497 3, 65 | Matrimony, to Temperance, being ordained against concupiscence; ~ 498 3, 65 | Confirmation, to Fortitude, being ordained against infirmity.~Aquin.: 499 3, 65 | obstacles. thus holy water is ordained ~against the snares of the 500 3, 65 | in the Law ~of Moses, ere ordained not only for the sustenance


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