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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | for ever, ~there would yet remain a difference between eternity 2 1, 12 | the natural desire would remain void.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 3 1, 14 | nevertheless in operations that remain in the ~operator, the object 4 1, 14 | taken, there will always ~remain something else outside. 5 1, 16 | because ~that truth does not remain which was before.~Aquin.: 6 1, 18 | actions of the other kind remain in the agent, as to understand, 7 1, 19 | and yet for the will ~to remain permanently the same: whereas 8 1, 22 | allows some little defect ~to remain, lest the good of the whole 9 1, 27 | from the ~actions which remain within the agent. In a nature 10 1, 34 | who ~pronounces it, as to remain within him. But supposing 11 1, 37 | nevertheless they are actions that ~remain in the agents, as stated 12 1, 40 | 1~Whether the hypostases remain if the relations are mentally 13 1, 40 | seem that the hypostases remain if the properties or ~relations 14 1, 40 | abstraction is made does not remain; for when the difference 15 1, 40 | the form and the matter remain in the intellect; ~as, for 16 1, 40 | the hypostases no ~longer remain. Some, however, think, as 17 1, 40 | hypostasis, but not the ~persons, remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 18 1, 40 | remains; whereas it would remain were the ~rationality of 19 1, 40 | hypostasis of the ~Father would remain as unbegotten, if His paternity 20 1, 40 | hypostasis of the Father does not remain in ~God, as distinguished 21 1, 41 | either the Father does not remain after the ~Son is begotten, 22 1, 45 | only diverse relations remain in the Creator and in ~the 23 1, 46 | all souls only one will remain. But others, as ~Augustine 24 1, 57 | angels; while the second will remain, and is in the angels now. ~ 25 1, 60 | more than self does not remain in the angel or man who 26 1, 62 | natural love and knowledge remain?~(8) Could they have sinned 27 1, 62 | natural knowledge and love remain in the beatified angels?~ 28 1, 62 | knowledge and love do not remain in ~the beatified angels. 29 1, 62 | natural knowledge and love to remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 30 1, 62 | Natural knowledge and love remain in the angels. For as ~principles 31 1, 63 | the truth, but did not ~remain in it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 32 1, 64 | been changed at all, but ~remain entire and most brilliant." 33 1, 64 | that the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. Consequently 34 1, 64 | demons. ~Therefore they remain ever obstinate in their 35 1, 67 | fire. But light does ~not remain in the air when the source 36 1, 76 | number of souls ~would not remain; but from all the souls 37 1, 76 | forms of the elements must remain in a mixed body; and ~these 38 1, 76 | substantial forms of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; 39 1, 76 | the forms of the elements remain in the mixed body, not ~ 40 1, 76 | qualities of the elements remain, ~though modified; and in 41 1, 77 | all the powers of the soul remain in the soul after death?~ 42 1, 77 | 1~Whether all the powers remain in the soul when separated 43 1, 77 | all the powers of the soul remain in the soul ~separated from 44 1, 77 | body is ~corrupted, but remain in the separated soul.~Aquin.: 45 1, 77 | sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 46 1, 77 | will. These powers must remain in the soul, after the destruction 47 1, 77 | parts. Now accidents cannot remain after ~the destruction of 48 1, 77 | destroyed, ~such powers do not remain actually; but they remain 49 1, 77 | remain actually; but they remain virtually in the ~soul, 50 1, 77 | as some say, these powers remain in the soul even ~after 51 1, 77 | the acts of these powers remain in the separate soul; because 52 1, 77 | which we say do not actually remain in the ~separate soul, are 53 1, 37 | nevertheless they are actions that ~remain in the agents, as stated 54 1, 40 | Whether the hypostases remain if the relations are mentally 55 1, 40 | seem that the hypostases remain if the properties or ~relations 56 1, 40 | abstraction is made does not remain; for when the difference 57 1, 40 | the form and the matter remain in the intellect; ~as, for 58 1, 40 | the hypostases no ~longer remain. Some, however, think, as 59 1, 40 | hypostasis, but not the ~persons, remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 60 1, 40 | remains; whereas it would remain were the ~rationality of 61 1, 40 | hypostasis of the ~Father would remain as unbegotten, if His paternity 62 1, 40 | hypostasis of the Father does not remain in ~God, as distinguished 63 1, 41 | either the Father does not remain after the ~Son is begotten, 64 1, 46 | only diverse relations remain in the Creator and in the 65 1, 47 | all souls only one will remain. But others, as ~Augustine 66 1, 58 | angels; while the second will remain, and is in the angels now. ~ 67 1, 61 | more than self does not remain in the angel or man who 68 1, 63 | natural love and knowledge remain?~(8) Could they have sinned 69 1, 63 | natural knowledge and love remain in the beatified angels?~ 70 1, 63 | knowledge and love do not remain in ~the beatified angels. 71 1, 63 | natural knowledge and love to remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 72 1, 63 | Natural knowledge and love remain in the angels. For as ~principles 73 1, 64 | the truth, but did not ~remain in it."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 65 | been changed at all, but ~remain entire and most brilliant." 75 1, 65 | that the natural gifts ~remain entire in them. Consequently 76 1, 65 | demons. ~Therefore they remain ever obstinate in their 77 1, 68 | fire. But light does ~not remain in the air when the source 78 1, 75 | number of souls ~would not remain; but from all the souls 79 1, 75 | forms of the elements must remain in a mixed body; and ~these 80 1, 75 | substantial forms of the elements ~remain entire in the mixed body; 81 1, 75 | the forms of the elements remain in the mixed body, not ~ 82 1, 75 | qualities of the elements remain, ~though modified; and in 83 1, 76 | all the powers of the soul remain in the soul after death?~ 84 1, 76 | 1~Whether all the powers remain in the soul when separated 85 1, 76 | all the powers of the soul remain in the soul ~separated from 86 1, 76 | body is ~corrupted, but remain in the separated soul.~Aquin.: 87 1, 76 | sensitive powers do not ~remain.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[77] A[ 88 1, 76 | will. These powers must remain in the soul, after the destruction 89 1, 76 | parts. Now accidents cannot remain after ~the destruction of 90 1, 76 | destroyed, ~such powers do not remain actually; but they remain 91 1, 76 | remain actually; but they remain virtually in the ~soul, 92 1, 76 | as some say, these powers remain in the soul even ~after 93 1, 76 | the acts of these powers remain in the separate soul; because 94 1, 76 | which we say do not actually remain in the ~separate soul, are 95 1, 78 | Although an act does not always remain in itself, yet it ~always 96 1, 82 | act, it ~would not always remain in man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 97 1, 83 | intelligible species do not remain in our intellect after it 98 1, 83 | the ~participated ideas remain immovably in the soul.~Aquin.: 99 1, 88 | knowledge acquired in this life remain?~(6) Whether the soul can 100 1, 88 | acquired in this life ~does not remain in the soul separated from 101 1, 88 | of knowledge which will remain with us in heaven."~Aquin.: 102 1, 88 | the present life does not remain in ~the separated soul, 103 1, 88 | intellect itself, it must remain; because, ~as the Philosopher 104 1, 88 | here acquired does not ~remain in the separated soul. For 105 1, 88 | the intelligible species remain in the separated ~soul, 106 1, 88 | sensible faculties which do not remain actually in the ~soul apart 107 1, 89 | to bodies while others ~remain in their different orders 108 1, 92 | an act does not always remain. Therefore the image of 109 1, 101 | inhabitants, it does not ~remain long in that position. However, 110 1, 101 | Further, other animals remain in the place where they 111 1, 103 | inchoately, the heat will remain for a time ~only, by reason 112 1, 103 | survives, but that they remain in the potentiality ~of 113 1, 105 | therefore the superior ever remain in a ~higher order, and 114 1, 107 | the angelic orders would remain ~for no purpose.~Aquin.: 115 1, 107 | Therefore the angels ~will ever remain in their orders.~Aquin.: 116 1, 107 | these ~differences will ever remain in the angels; for these 117 1, 107 | of glory will also ever remain in them according to the ~ 118 1, 107 | will to a certain degree remain after the Day of Judgment, ~ 119 1, 107 | their end; but it will ~remain, accordingly as it agrees 120 1, 107 | distinction will always remain. In view of this ~distinction, 121 1, 117 | begotten, or it does not remain. Now it cannot remain. For 122 1, 117 | not remain. Now it cannot remain. For either it ~would be 123 1, 117 | aforesaid principle does not remain, this again seems ~to be 124 1, 118 | they say, does not always remain, but as it comes so it goes. 125 1, 118 | matter, ~then it does not remain, but is gradually destroyed 126 1, 118 | same identical fire will remain all the time: ~because that 127 2, 3 | Now operation does ~not remain, but passes. Therefore happiness 128 2, 4 | destroyed; or, if they remain, they have another actual 129 2, 5 | If, however, the virtue remain unimpaired, outward ~changes 130 2, 6 | that are such absolutely, remain such, whatever be ~added 131 2, 18 | species demands ~that it remain indifferent; and the objection 132 2, 23 | is obtained, does there remain any other movement, except 133 2, 29 | instance, when a man wishes to remain hidden in his sin, he ~hates 134 2, 50 | their essence would not remain in itself, nor could it ~ 135 2, 52 | less: and nonetheless they remain in the same species, on 136 2, 52 | it may decrease and still remain ~health."~Aquin.: SMT FS 137 2, 52 | receives its species must ~remain indivisibly fixed and constant 138 2, 61 | difficulty, is more able to remain firm against the onslaught ~ 139 2, 62 | Cor. 13:13): "Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these 140 2, 62 | Cor. 13:13): "Now ~there remain faith, hope, charity."~Aquin.: 141 2, 63 | the demons natural gifts remain, ~as Dionysius states (Div. 142 2, 66 | Cor. 13:13): "Now there remain ~faith, hope, charity, these 143 2, 67 | Whether the moral virtues remain after this life?~(2) Whether 144 2, 67 | the intellectual virtues remain?~(3) Whether faith remains?~( 145 2, 67 | Whether the moral virtues remain after this life?~Aquin.: 146 2, 67 | the moral virtues doe not remain after this ~life. For in 147 2, 67 | the ~active life does not remain after this life: for Gregory 148 2, 67 | Therefore ~moral virtues do not remain after this life.~Aquin.: 149 2, 67 | the moral virtues do not remain after this life.~Aquin.: 150 2, 67 | cardinal virtues do not remain after this life; and that, 151 2, 67 | that these four virtues remain in the future life, but 152 2, 67 | these moral virtues do not remain in the ~future life, as 153 2, 67 | formal element, they will remain most perfect, after this 154 2, 67 | Justice, however, will remain because it is in the will. 155 2, 67 | the intellectual virtues remain after this life?~Aquin.: 156 2, 67 | intellectual virtues do not remain after ~this life. For the 157 2, 67 | intellectual virtues do not remain after death.~Aquin.: SMT 158 2, 67 | life, the phantasms ~do not remain, since their only subject 159 2, 67 | intellectual virtues do not remain after this life.~Aquin.: 160 2, 67 | universal and necessary things remain, which belong to ~science 161 2, 67 | intelligible species do not remain in the passive intellect 162 2, 67 | intellectual virtue will ~remain after this life when once 163 2, 67 | the intellectual virtues remain. ~Now the species are the 164 2, 67 | virtues. Therefore these remain after this life, as regards 165 2, 67 | neither do the phantasms remain, when the body is ~destroyed; 166 2, 67 | this life faith does not remain in the ~life of glory.~Aquin.: 167 2, 67 | faith cannot be perfect and remain identically the same.~Aquin.: 168 2, 67 | virtues. But the moral virtues remain after this ~life, as Augustine 169 2, 67 | Much more then does ~hope remain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 170 2, 67 | a like manner, hope can remain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 171 2, 67 | respect of which they do not remain. For moral ~virtue perfects 172 2, 67 | regards this act, it ~does not remain. Because separation from 173 2, 67 | therefore the fear which will remain in glory is not opposed 174 2, 67 | habit of faith can still remain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 175 2, 67 | therefore faith does not ~remain entirely, but is taken away 176 2, 67 | substance of the genus does not ~remain identically the same: thus 177 2, 67 | substance of color does not remain ~identically the same, as 178 2, 67 | substance of ~the genus cannot remain the same: for the same animal 179 2, 67 | animal nature does not ~remain, if another kind of soul 180 2, 67 | habit of liberality to remain. But in the state of glory 181 2, 67 | and so ~such a habit would remain to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT 182 2, 67 | seem that charity does not remain after this life, in ~glory. 183 2, 67 | of the wayfarer does not ~remain in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT FS 184 2, 68 | connected?~(6) Whether they remain in heaven?~(7) Of their 185 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost remain in heaven?~Aquin.: SMT FS 186 2, 68 | of the Holy Ghost do not remain in ~heaven. For Gregory 187 2, 68 | Therefore ~these gifts will not remain in the state of glory.~Aquin.: 188 2, 68 | this way, they will not remain in ~the state of glory; 189 2, 71 | and hope, whose ~habits remain unquickened after mortal 190 2, 73 | of prudence, yet there ~remain the inclinations to virtuous 191 2, 73 | any virtuous inclinations remain, it ~cannot be said that 192 2, 73 | of ~the agent could not remain, unless something remained 193 2, 74 | into external matter, but remain in the ~agent, e.g. "to 194 2, 76 | sin, pass as to guilt, yet remain in act. Now ~ignorance is 195 2, 76 | the negligence does not remain, by reason of which the ~ 196 2, 85 | behooves that our bodies should remain, for ~a time, subject to 197 2, 86 | that the stain does not remain in the soul after ~the act 198 2, 86 | Therefore the stain does not remain in the ~soul after the act 199 2, 86 | But the shadow does not remain when the ~body has passed 200 2, 86 | Therefore the stain does not remain in the soul when ~the act 201 2, 86 | or habit; but there does remain something private, ~viz. 202 2, 86 | past, the soul does not remain in the same relation to 203 2, 87 | the debt of punishment can remain after sin?~(7) Whether every 204 2, 87 | of punishment must needs remain also. Now disturbance of 205 2, 87 | debt of punishment does not remain.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 206 2, 87 | been removed, there may remain a debt of punishment, not 207 2, 87 | debt of punishment also can remain. ~But when the stain has 208 2, 87 | of punishment does not ~remain in the same way, as stated.~ 209 2, 87 | Q[85], A[5]); and they remain even after baptism, ~for 210 2, 89 | sins, because these do not remain long in ~them. But the venial 211 2, 89 | who are busy about earthly remain ~longer, because they are 212 2, 89 | fomes" of concupiscence remain. Wherefore the fact that ~ 213 2, 91 | therefore, that no evil might remain unforbidden and ~unpunished, 214 2, 97 | Therefore human ~law should also remain without any change.~Aquin.: 215 2, 97 | 2). Therefore it should remain without change.~Aquin.: 216 2, 101 | precepts; since they do not ~remain in the New Law. Nor are 217 2, 102 | that nothing sinful should remain in them. Moreover, this 218 2, 102 | sprinkle himself he would remain unclean; and if another 219 2, 105 | hands . . . if the party remain alive ~a day . . . he shall 220 2, 105 | rather of malice: nor can it remain hidden like the infidelity 221 2, 3 | about his faith, were to remain silent, so as to make ~people 222 2, 4 | of ~lifeless faith should remain inactive in a person having 223 2, 5 | Therefore faith did not remain in the demons after they 224 2, 5 | faith. Now charity does not ~remain in a man after one mortal 225 2, 5 | species of the habit ~cannot remain. Now the formal object of 226 2, 12 | above ways, he may still remain united to God by faith.~ 227 2, 13 | free-will does indeed ever remain subject ~to change: yet 228 2, 17 | destroyed, and that thing cannot remain the same; just as when a ~ 229 2, 17 | loses its form, it does not remain the same specifically. ~ 230 2, 18 | that servile fear does not remain with charity. For ~Augustine 231 2, 18 | considered as servile, does not ~remain with charity, but the substance 232 2, 18 | substance of servile fear can remain with ~charity, even as self-love 233 2, 18 | charity, even as self-love can remain with charity.~Aquin.: SMT 234 2, 18 | seem that fear does not remain in heaven. For it is ~written ( 235 2, 18 | God, and this defect will remain even in heaven. Hence fear 236 2, 19 | hope is removed, faith can remain; so that, not everyone who ~ 237 2, 22 | Cor. 13:13: "And now there remain faith, ~hope, charity, these 238 2, 23 | charity, else it ~would not remain inn us while we sleep. Hence 239 2, 23 | mortal sin, in fact they remain though lifeless. Therefore 240 2, 23 | Therefore charity ~can remain without a form, even when 241 2, 23 | evident that charity cannot remain ~lifeless, since it is itself 242 2, 24 | life and understanding, remain in them unimpaired, ~as 243 2, 25 | order of charity must needs remain in heaven, as ~regards the 244 2, 27 | attained, nothing will remain to be desired, because then 245 2, 27 | and nothing further will ~remain to which he may tend, although 246 2, 28 | which cause the appetite to ~remain restless and disturbed. 247 2, 30 | respect he forfeits if he remain without ~burial, and as 248 2, 37 | immovably: so that it does not remain in heretics and ~schismatics; 249 2, 41 | plunderers ~themselves, who would remain in sin as long as they were 250 2, 50 | gift of counsel does not remain in heaven. ~For counsel 251 2, 60 | person to another, since they remain the same both substantially 252 2, 60 | transitory in ~reality, yet remain in their effect; whether 253 2, 60 | clear that it is wrong ~to remain in sin even for a short 254 2, 81 | human mind is unable to remain aloft for long on ~account 255 2, 85 | Now a man ~does not always remain in possession of all his 256 2, 85 | so long as those ~persons remain in sin, lest she appear 257 2, 86 | it; but his will does not remain altogether fixed for ~the 258 2, 86 | themselves by vow so long as they remain in a ~state of madness or 259 2, 86 | of the consecration can remain without the obligation of ~ 260 2, 93 | as to which of them is to remain at his ~post lest all should 261 2, 98 | dispensation, allowing him to remain in the same Church, but 262 2, 105 | object of a ~favor should remain in ignorance of it, both 263 2, 108 | necessary for everything to remain unchanged: otherwise neither 264 2, 119 | the gifts and their acts remain in heaven, as stated ~above ( 265 2, 119 | the act of piety cannot remain in heaven: ~for Gregory 266 2, 121 | it is more difficult to remain unmoved for a long time, 267 2, 132 | matter, as to burn or cut, or remain in the agent, ~as to understand 268 2, 134 | The moral virtues do not remain in heaven as regards the ~ 269 2, 134 | present life, which will not remain in heaven: but they will 270 2, 134 | in heaven: but they will remain ~in their relation to the 271 2, 134 | present life, but it will remain in the point of being ~subject 272 2, 137 | Further, the acts of the gift remain in heaven, as stated above ~( 273 2, 137 | act of fortitude does not remain in heaven: ~for Gregory 274 2, 139 | while flying from evil to remain firm ~in the good of reason.~ 275 2, 140 | to spiritual things, and remain fixed "thereon, the ~impulse 276 2, 152 | the conditions of rape ~remain no matter how force is employed. 277 2, 153 | these it is praiseworthy to remain firm in ~pursuing what reason 278 2, 162 | not expedient for man ~to remain longer in the unhappiness 279 2, 173 | object, certain impressions remain in the soul which it ~recollects 280 2, 178 | those who have less ~they remain unchanged in relation to 281 2, 178 | less extended; and others remain suspended ~almost immovably 282 2, 178 | 33): "The mind does not remain ~long at rest in the sweetness 283 2, 178 | contemplative life is said to remain by reason of ~charity, wherein 284 2, 179 | in Ezech.) that "we can ~remain fixed in the active life, 285 2, 179 | the moral virtues ~will remain not as to those actions 286 2, 180 | So I will have him ~to remain till I come," says (Tract. 287 2, 180 | contemplation begun here remain until I ~come, that it may 288 2, 182 | hope, which are in ~part, remain. Therefore none can be perfect 289 2, 183 | this power would seemingly remain inoperative ~in one who 290 2, 183 | without, the episcopal power remain ~without the exercise of 291 2, 183 | been prolonged so as to remain in force after his death.~ 292 2, 186 | knowledge of which will remain in heaven," and further 293 2, 187 | enter religion are bound to remain there in ~perpetuity?~(5) 294 2, 187 | enter religion is bound to remain in religion ~in perpetuity?~ 295 2, 187 | bound ~in perpetuity to remain in religion. For it is better 296 2, 187 | Therefore he is also bound to remain ~for always.~Aquin.: SMT 297 2, 187 | previously taken, is bound to remain evermore.~Aquin.: SMT SS 298 2, 187 | religion is bound also to remain in ~perpetuity.~Aquin.: 299 2, 187 | that it ~binds a man to remain in religion for evermore, 300 2, 187 | for that reason bound to remain there ~in perpetuity.~Aquin.: 301 2, 187 | enter ~religion, but also to remain there evermore, he is bound 302 2, 187 | evermore, he is bound to remain in ~perpetuity. If, on the 303 2, 187 | retaining the freedom to remain ~or not remain, it is clear 304 2, 187 | freedom to remain ~or not remain, it is clear that he is 305 2, 187 | that he is not bound to remain. If, however, ~in vowing 306 2, 187 | Wherefore he is not bound to remain for ever.~Aquin.: SMT SS 307 2, 187 | one disposes oneself ~to remain always. Nor is a person 308 2, 187 | whether ~it is good for him to remain in religion, but he is not 309 2, 187 | but he is not bound to remain ~for evermore.~Aquin.: SMT 310 2, 187 | religion, nor is ~he bound to remain in the world in order to 311 2, 187 | stricter life, and decide to remain ~there, the holy synod allows 312 2, 187 | gives scandal to those who remain; ~and because, other things 313 3, 2 | two complete things which remain in ~their perfection. This 314 3, 2 | relative only, for ~there remain several things actually. 315 3, 2 | Divine ~Nature alone would remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[1] 316 3, 3 | properties there will still remain in our thought the Divine ~ 317 3, 3 | nevertheless there will remain in our thoughts ~the one 318 3, 3 | Persons ~which would still remain. Therefore it might be said 319 3, 9 | acquired, there may still remain the knowledge gained by 320 3, 15 | movements, at times, do not remain in the ~sensitive appetite, 321 3, 27 | corruption, it could ~not remain as to the corruption of 322 3, 28 | consequently that she should remain a virgin in ~giving birth 323 3, 28 | Christ's Mother did not remain a virgin after ~His Birth. 324 3, 28 | consequently that she did not remain a virgin after ~(Christ' 325 3, 28 | consequently she did not remain a virgin after (Christ's) 326 3, 28 | consequently, that she did not remain a virgin after the ~Birth ( 327 3, 28 | Christ's Mother did not remain ~a virgin after His Birth.~ 328 3, 28 | Christ's Mother did not remain a virgin after His ~Birth.~ 329 3, 28 | giving Him birth, did she remain ~a virgin ever afterwards.~ 330 3, 29 | if ~after marriage they remain continent by mutual consent, 331 3, 39 | though it be a good ~thing to remain clean after baptism, "yet 332 3, 39 | through baptism, there still remain ~the fomes of sin assailing 333 3, 43 | miracles than that ~they should remain altogether in their unbelief. 334 3, 43 | the predestinate shall ~remain . . . But also in the heavens . . . 335 3, 50 | after it was dead, did not remain identically the same, because 336 3, 50 | ceases to be living does ~not remain totally the same. Moreover, 337 3, 50 | others the body does not remain the same ~according to the 338 3, 52 | whole human ~nature did not remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 339 3, 52 | nevertheless He chose ~to remain in hell for some time, for 340 3, 52 | exclusion from glory, yet still remain bound by the penalty of 341 3, 53 | tomb might nevertheless remain. Now it seems hard that 342 3, 54 | while allowing others to remain, so that there be no defilement," ~ 343 3, 54 | for the open ~wounds to remain in Christ's body; although 344 3, 54 | traces of the wounds ~might remain, which would satisfy the 345 3, 54 | anything which was not to remain in Him for ever. ~Consequently, 346 3, 54 | the scars of His wounds to remain on His ~body, not only to 347 3, 54 | those scars will always remain on ~His body; because, as 348 3, 57 | fitting that Christ should remain upon earth ~after the Resurrection; 349 3, 57 | not ascend into heaven to remain there eternally; for it 350 3, 59 | present time, there does not remain another General Judgment. 351 3, 64 | suppose that he wishes ~to remain in sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 352 3, 65 | sacraments. ~But now they remain no longer as figures, and 353 3, 66 | inward ~justification - remain: the character remains and 354 3, 68 | to sin and ~purposes to remain in sin: and on sinners in 355 3, 68 | with one who purposes to remain in sin. Therefore it is 356 3, 68 | 10], A[3]. But those who remain in sin should not be baptized: ~ 357 3, 68 | neither should those who remain in unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 358 3, 69 | like penalties should not remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 359 3, 69 | thirst, and death still remain. But He overthrew its kingdom 360 3, 75 | substance of bread and wine remain in this sacrament ~after 361 3, 75 | 4) Whether the accidents remain after the change?~(5) Whether 362 3, 75 | the bread and wine does remain in ~this sacrament after 363 3, 75 | substance of the bread cannot remain ~after the consecration.~ 364 3, 75 | substance of the bread were to remain there; for the ~substance 365 3, 75 | wine, not that these may remain in this sacrament, but in 366 3, 75 | OBJ 3: The species which remain in this sacrament, as shall 367 3, 75 | something corporeal, does not remain, in this sacrament, as ~ 368 3, 75 | bread and wine does not ~remain in this sacrament, some, 369 3, 75 | accidents of the bread and wine remain in this sacrament ~after 370 3, 75 | the bread and wine do not remain ~in this sacrament. For 371 3, 75 | substance of the bread does not remain in this sacrament, it seems 372 3, 75 | that ~its accidents cannot remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 373 3, 75 | if, while the accidents remain, the substance of ~the bread 374 3, 75 | the accidents of bread to remain subject to the senses, and ~ 375 3, 75 | substance of bread not to remain. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 376 3, 75 | the accidents of the bread remain ~after the change has been 377 3, 75 | bread and ~wine ought not to remain in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 378 3, 75 | accidents of the ~bread and wine remain after the consecration. 379 3, 75 | for that which follows ~to remain, while that which is first 380 3, 75 | nevertheless the accidents which remain have some ~resemblance of 381 3, 75 | 5]) that the ~accidents remain after the consecration. 382 3, 75 | form of the bread ~does not remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 383 3, 75 | the accidents of the bread remain, but also its substantial 384 3, 75 | form of the ~bread were to remain, nothing of the bread would 385 3, 75 | form of the bread were to remain, ~it would remain either 386 3, 75 | were to remain, ~it would remain either in matter, or separated 387 3, 75 | cannot be, for if it were to remain in the matter of the bread, 388 3, 75 | substance of the bread would remain, which is against what was 389 3, 75 | above (A[2]). Nor could it remain in any other matter, because 390 3, 75 | matter. But if it were to remain separate ~from matter, it 391 3, 75 | accidents ~of the bread remain in this sacrament, in order 392 3, 75 | form of the bread ~does not remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 393 3, 75 | of the ~accidents which remain. But some other operations 394 3, 75 | sacrament the same accidents remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 395 3, 75 | nothing of the former may remain (which does not belong to 396 3, 75 | difficulty that the accidents remain while the substance is destroyed, ~ 397 3, 76 | blood, the accidents of both remain. From which it is evident 398 3, 76 | if Christ's body were to remain under this sacrament ~even 399 3, 76 | the same reason it will remain there during ~all coming 400 3, 76 | species. Yet Christ does not remain in this sacrament for all ~ 401 3, 76 | one respect, and ~yet to remain at rest in another just 402 3, 76 | that Christ's body does not remain under this sacrament if 403 3, 76 | if any of its fragments remain until the next ~day: for 404 3, 76 | the sacramental species ~remain: and when they cease, Christ' 405 3, 76 | that, while the dimensions remain ~the same as before, there 406 3, 76 | clear that as the dimensions remain, which are ~the foundation 407 3, 77 | OF THE ACCIDENTS WHICH REMAIN IN THIS SACRAMENT (EIGHT 408 3, 77 | consider the accidents which remain in this sacrament; under ~ 409 3, 77 | Whether the accidents which remain are without a subject?~( 410 3, 77 | 1~Whether the accidents remain in this sacrament without 411 3, 77 | that the accidents do not remain in this sacrament ~without 412 3, 77 | therefore ~the accidents remain in this sacrament without 413 3, 77 | sacrament the ~accidents do not remain without a subject.~Aquin.: 414 3, 77 | bread and the wine does not remain, it seems ~that these species 415 3, 77 | seems ~that these species remain without a subject.~Aquin.: 416 3, 77 | perceived ~by our senses to remain in this sacrament after 417 3, 77 | wine, for that does not ~remain, as stated above (Q[75], 418 3, 77 | form, for ~that does not remain (Q[75], A[6]), and if it 419 3, 77 | 75], A[6]), and if it did remain, "it could not ~be a subject," 420 3, 77 | and blood of Christ, they remain in that individuated being 421 3, 77 | consecration the accidents which remain ~have being; hence they 422 3, 77 | reason the other accidents remain individuated ~according 423 3, 77 | the other accidents that remain, of the bread and ~wine, 424 3, 77 | of the ~accidents which remain in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 425 3, 77 | of the accidents ~which remain in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 426 3, 77 | the other accidents which ~remain in this sacrament are subjected 427 3, 77 | withdrawn, the accidents remain according to the being which ~ 428 3, 77 | follows that all accidents remain founded upon ~dimensive 429 3, 77 | seems that the species which remain in this sacrament cannot ~ 430 3, 77 | without matter, since they remain without ~a subject, as is 431 3, 77 | bread and wine does not remain in this ~sacrament, as was 432 3, 77 | accidental ~forms which remain cannot act so as to change 433 3, 77 | matter of the bread does not remain in this sacrament, as is ~ 434 3, 77 | although the subject does not remain, still the being ~which 435 3, 77 | had in the subject does remain, which being is proper, 436 3, 77 | s body and blood do not remain under this sacrament; and 437 3, 77 | bread or wine no longer ~remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 438 3, 77 | bread and ~wine were to remain in this sacrament, then, 439 3, 77 | as iron or stone, which remain entire after the ~generation 440 3, 77 | species of the bread and ~wine remain, there remain also the body 441 3, 77 | and ~wine remain, there remain also the body and blood 442 3, 77 | the sacramental ~species remain; nor, again, when these 443 3, 77 | because the form does not remain, as ~stated above (Q[75], 444 3, 77 | 1: As rarity and density remain under the sacramental species, ~ 445 3, 77 | that the former wine would remain no longer. ~But if the liquid 446 3, 77 | the same species would remain, but ~the wine would not 447 3, 77 | of ~it, which would not remain the same numerically owing 448 3, 77 | extraneous matter: still it would remain the same specifically, not 449 3, 77 | sacrament so long as the species remain numerically the same, as 450 3, 77 | the blood of Christ will remain there no ~longer. But if 451 3, 77 | consecrated wine, yet will ~remain under the rest.~Aquin.: 452 3, 78 | term "whence" does not ~remain in its own substance, but 453 3, 80 | substance ~of the bread would remain, if it were there, as was 454 3, 80 | so long as those species remain, and that is, so long as 455 3, 82 | excommunicate, "so do their orders remain intact." Now, by the power 456 3, 82 | Eucharist, since their orders remain entire.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 457 3, 83 | consecrated blood would ~remain in it; while glass is brittle 458 3, 83 | that nothing of it should "remain until the morning." It is ~ 459 3, 83 | sacrament, lest any particles remain: and this belongs to reverence ~ 460 3, 83 | that the sacrament may not remain incomplete, he ought to 461 3, 86 | Whether any remnants of sin remain?~(6) Whether the removal 462 3, 86 | debt of punishment can ~remain.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 463 3, 86 | temporal punishment may yet remain. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 464 3, 86 | any remnants of sin to ~remain when the guilt has been 465 3, 86 | spiritual sight, there still remain in him some remnants of ~ 466 3, 86 | turning to a mutable good can remain, since this ~may happen 467 3, 86 | preceding acts should not remain, which are called ~the remnants 468 3, 86 | remnants of sin. Yet they remain weakened and diminished, 469 3, 89 | certain remnants of sin remain, viz. ~dispositions caused 470 3, 89 | deeds pass as to the act but remain as to ~guilt, so deeds done 471 3, 89 | passing, as to the act, remain as ~to merit, in so far 472 Suppl, 1 | was lifeless, does not remain when charity comes, wherefore 473 Suppl, 2 | e.g. venial ~sins, that remain after the grace of contrition. 474 Suppl, 2 | two ways, either so as to ~remain in a general, but not in 475 Suppl, 2 | OBJ 4: A venial sin can remain after contrition for a mortal 476 Suppl, 4 | sorrow of contrition cannot remain in the state of perfect 477 Suppl, 4 | temporal one, sorrow ought to remain during the whole of ~man' 478 Suppl, 4 | for shame; but there does remain a motive of sorrow, which 479 Suppl, 8 | other words, they had ~to remain unclean seven days for one 480 Suppl, 11| that the confession ~should remain hidden, and he who divulges 481 Suppl, 16| immortal" (Wis. 1:15), and will remain in heaven. ~Therefore penance 482 Suppl, 16| The cardinal virtues will remain in heaven, but only as ~ 483 Suppl, 18| the debt of ~which could remain after the eternal punishment 484 Suppl, 18| satisfactory punishment must remain for each sin, so ~as to 485 Suppl, 18| that case some sin would remain without any ~punishment 486 Suppl, 18| be remitted, that a sin ~remain altogether unpunished, since 487 Suppl, 21| the fruit so long as they remain under the ~excommunication, 488 Suppl, 24| excommunication and yet remain under another.~Aquin.: SMT 489 Suppl, 24| absolved from one, and yet remain ~under another.~Aquin.: 490 Suppl, 24| removed on one count ~and to remain on another.~ 491 Suppl, 30| from preceding ~acts still remain, as may easily be seen after 492 Suppl, 30| like habits or dispositions remain, the mind is not ~so easily 493 Suppl, 34| and reality is said to ~remain. Wherefore it follows that 494 Suppl, 35| confirmed by the fact ~that they remain for ever and are never repeated. 495 Suppl, 39| if possible, rather to remain in slavery (1 Cor. ~7:21). 496 Suppl, 40| Alexandria, says: "That we may ~remain members of our apostolic 497 Suppl, 41| same, the ~obligation must remain the same. Now the reason 498 Suppl, 51| is possible for them to remain in this error for many ~ 499 Suppl, 53| consent, she will be bound to ~remain continent against her will, 500 Suppl, 54| Therefore neither should there remain now a ~prohibition in respect


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