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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | any further doctrine is required?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[1] 2 1, 12 | answer that, Two things are required both for sensible and for ~ 3 1, 12 | essence of God, there is ~required some similitude in the visual 4 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 2: This light is required to see the divine essence, 5 1, 23 | the universe ~there are required different grades of being; 6 1, 23 | are by their very nature required for the ~perfection of the 7 1, 23 | of those things which are required not ~principally, but only 8 1, 23 | are ~sufficient for the required measurements of the wall. 9 1, 35 | Therefore for a true image it is required that one ~proceeds from 10 1, 39 | which case two genitives are required, one ~signifying the form, 11 1, 39 | common nature, unless this is required by some adjunct, ~as when 12 1, 39 | person, whereas an adjunct is required for it to stand for the 13 1, 43 | so ~likewise it was not required to last beyond what its 14 1, 43 | last beyond what its use required.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 15 1, 44 | why an efficient cause is required is not ~merely because the 16 1, 45 | much the greater power is required in the maker. But a ~"contrary" 17 1, 45 | restrained, the more power is required in the agent to reduce the 18 1, 45 | a much greater power is required in the agent when no ~potentiality 19 1, 45 | For if a greater power is required in the agent in ~proportion 20 1, 45 | suffice, but a proper agent is required, in the shape of a univocal ~ 21 1, 46 | causes that are ~"per se" required for a certain effect; for 22 1, 48 | the form, or of any part ~required for the integrity of the 23 1, 56 | actual ~knowledge, it is required that the faculty of knowledge 24 1, 58 | so ~is unity of object required for unity of operation. 25 1, 62 | conversion, consummate grace is required. ~The next turning to God 26 1, 62 | and for this ~there is required habitual grace, which is 27 1, 62 | this no habitual grace is required; but the operation of ~God, 28 1, 62 | one meritorious ~act is required; which act can so far be 29 1, 62 | since infinite efficacy is required for ~comprehending God, 30 1, 63 | and deliberation which is ~required in us; in the same instant 31 1, 65 | Further, infinite power is not required to produce a finite ~effect. 32 1, 67 | be argued ~that the time required is too short to be perceived; 33 1, 67 | deep." Now it seems to be required, for two reasons, that the ~ 34 1, 67 | and determinative power required to produce determinate ~ 35 1, 67 | whose service ~this was required. Nor does the nature of 36 1, 72 | existence. For though not required for ~the furnishing of our 37 1, 73 | beatitude two things are required, nature ~and grace. Therefore, 38 1, 76 | form?~(5) Of the qualities required in the body of which the 39 1, 76 | no proportion would be ~required between matter and form. 40 1, 76 | part of the soul would be required the power to ~move the body; 41 1, 39 | which case two genitives are required, one ~signifying the form, 42 1, 39 | common nature, unless this is required by some adjunct, ~as when 43 1, 39 | person, whereas an adjunct is required for it to stand for the 44 1, 43 | so ~likewise it was not required to last beyond what its 45 1, 43 | last beyond what its use required.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 46 1, 45 | why an efficient cause is required is not ~merely because the 47 1, 46 | much the greater power is required in the maker. But a ~"contrary" 48 1, 46 | restrained, the more power is required in the agent to reduce the 49 1, 46 | a much greater power is required in the agent when no ~potentiality 50 1, 46 | For if a greater power is required in the agent in ~proportion 51 1, 46 | suffice, but a proper agent is required, in the shape of a univocal ~ 52 1, 47 | causes that are ~"per se" required for a certain effect; for 53 1, 49 | the form, or of any part ~required for the integrity of the 54 1, 57 | actual knowledge, it is required that the faculty of knowledge 55 1, 59 | so ~is unity of object required for unity of operation. 56 1, 63 | conversion, consummate grace is required. ~The next turning to God 57 1, 63 | and for this ~there is required habitual grace, which is 58 1, 63 | this no habitual grace is required; but the operation of ~God, 59 1, 63 | one meritorious ~act is required; which act can so far be 60 1, 63 | since infinite efficacy is required for ~comprehending God, 61 1, 64 | and deliberation which is ~required in us; in the same instant 62 1, 66 | Further, infinite power is not required to produce a finite ~effect. 63 1, 68 | be argued ~that the time required is too short to be perceived; 64 1, 68 | deep." Now it seems to be required, for two reasons, that the ~ 65 1, 68 | and determinative power required to produce determinate ~ 66 1, 68 | whose service ~this was required. Nor does the nature of 67 1, 71 | existence. For though not required for ~the furnishing of our 68 1, 72 | beatitude two things are required, nature ~and grace. Therefore, 69 1, 75 | form?~(5) Of the qualities required in the body of which the 70 1, 75 | no proportion would be ~required between matter and form. 71 1, 75 | part of the soul would be required the power to ~move the body; 72 1, 77 | corporeal qualities are required for ~the work of the senses, 73 1, 77 | senses, yet they are not required in such a way that the ~ 74 1, 77 | operation of the soul is required. ~One is whereby it acquires 75 1, 77 | the nutritive power is required, whereby the food is changed 76 1, 77 | spiritual immutation is required, whereby an ~intention of 77 1, 78 | on the contrary, light is required for sight, ~inasmuch as 78 1, 78 | some ~say that light is required for sight, in order to make 79 1, 78 | the active intellect is required for ~understanding, in like 80 1, 78 | same reason as light is ~required for seeing. But in the opinion 81 1, 78 | opinion of others, light is required for ~sight; not for the 82 1, 78 | verified in this, that as it is required for ~understanding, so is 83 1, 78 | understanding, so is light required for seeing; but not for 84 1, 82 | cognitive power, counsel is ~required, by which we judge one thing 85 1, 82 | appetitive power, it is required that the appetite should ~ 86 1, 83 | derived from things, are required in order for us to ~have 87 1, 83 | something more noble is required, ~for "the agent is more 88 1, 83 | for its act there were not required the ~act of some power that 89 1, 86 | suffice, and there is ~further required a careful and subtle inquiry. 90 1, 88 | perfection of the universe required various grades of ~being. 91 1, 88 | so made that their nature required them to be joined to bodies, 92 1, 89 | state, as their species required. Now the soul, as ~a part 93 1, 90 | the mingling, ~such as is required in the composition of man, 94 1, 90 | moderate temperature ~is required for the production of man 95 1, 90 | that more conditions are ~required to produce a perfect than 96 1, 90 | matter, from the conditions required in the body, in order ~to 97 1, 90 | action in the interior powers required for the intellectual ~operations, 98 1, 92 | any third thing should be required to make up the ~trinity," 99 1, 94 | of the primitive state ~required that man should in a sense 100 1, 94 | struggle and difficulty are required for merit; for it ~is written ( 101 1, 94 | as man even before sin ~required grace to obtain eternal 102 1, 94 | grace. But after sin man required grace also for the remission 103 1, 96 | require food; whereas he required it in the ~state of innocence.~ 104 1, 96 | so much of the food as is required to ~replace the lost tissue, 105 1, 97 | innocence might not ~have been required for the preservation of 106 1, 97 | yet it would have ~been required for the multiplication of 107 1, 100 | birth. But knowledge is required for righteousness, since 108 1, 101 | some definite place were required for man's abode, ~this would 109 1, 101 | s abode, ~this would be required on the part either of the 110 1, 109 | nature. So for a miracle ~is required that it be against the order 111 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 2: Two things are required for a good action; first, 112 1, 116 | precede in him, such as is required in a ~master. ~(tm)Aquin.: 113 1, 118 | suffices for the increase required. And this matter, they state, 114 1, 118 | nature: because it is not required for the primary ~existence 115 2, 1 | possible, if something else be ~required for his perfection. Consequently 116 2, 1 | that anything besides be required for that thing's perfection. ~ 117 2, 3 | and (2) what things are ~required for it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 118 2, 3 | Therefore sensitive operation is required for happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 3 | operation of the senses is ~required antecedently for imperfect 120 2, 4 | OF THOSE THINGS THAT ARE REQUIRED FOR HAPPINESS (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 121 2, 4 | consider those things that are required for happiness: ~and concerning 122 2, 4 | 1) Whether delight is required for happiness?~(2) Which 123 2, 4 | Whether comprehension is required?~(4) Whether rectitude of 124 2, 4 | rectitude of the will is required?~(5) Whether the body is 125 2, 4 | 1/1~Whether delight is required for happiness?~Aquin.: SMT 126 2, 4 | seem that delight is not required for happiness. For ~Augustine 127 2, 4 | nothing besides ~vision is required for happiness.~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 4 | those ~things that are required for Happiness must be gathered 129 2, 4 | inclination of the will is required ~antecedently for happiness, 130 2, 4 | well-disposed body is of necessity ~required for it. For this happiness 131 2, 5 | works, since they are ~not required for Happiness, as the efficient 132 2, 5 | stated ~above (A[6]), can be required only as dispositions thereto. 133 2, 16 | greater excellence ~is required on the part of use: because 134 2, 20 | the giving of alms, if the required conditions be ~observed, 135 2, 23 | difference in the object is required to ~diversify the species 136 2, 27 | Reply OBJ 2: Something is required for the perfection of knowledge, 137 2, 35 | but because the senses are required for ~bodily pain, in the 138 2, 37 | unequal to it, because it required ~undivided attention."~Aquin.: 139 2, 50 | habitual disposition is required. As ~to the operations which 140 2, 56 | that three things ~are required for virtue, namely: "to 141 2, 56 | To know" is a condition required for moral virtue, ~inasmuch 142 2, 56 | but one of the ~conditions required for prudence is a good memory; 143 2, 56 | virtue. Because ~no habit is required for that which belongs to 144 2, 56 | contrary, Greater perfection is required in the mover than in the ~ 145 2, 57 | simply; and yet this is required ~in order that he may lead 146 2, 58 | be ~good, two things are required. First, that the intention 147 2, 68 | Reply OBJ 1: Fear is chiefly required as being the foundation, 148 2, 70 | 1~I answer that, More is required for a beatitude than for 149 2, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: More is required for a beatitude than for 150 2, 71 | Reply OBJ 1: More things are required for good than for evil, 151 2, 100 | community, two things are required: the first is that he behave 152 2, 102 | there are two conditions required for ~things to be well ordered. 153 2, 102 | disposition of mind which was then required in those who worshipped 154 2, 102 | consecration. The second thing required was the use of those things ~ 155 2, 102 | priests. The third ~thing required was the removal of all impediments 156 2, 102 | repentance for sins, which is required of those who ~receive the 157 2, 102 | OBJ 11: Further, piety is required especially in priests. But 158 2, 102 | trials, each of which is required for ~spiritual cleanness. 159 2, 109 | that for movement there ~is required not merely the form which 160 2, 109 | action, but there is also required the motion of the first 161 2, 109 | knowledge; and for this there is required ~no further knowledge, but 162 2, 109 | which some ~preparation is required, since every form requires 163 2, 109 | man rise from sin there is required the help of ~grace, both 164 2, 109 | free-will, as this act is required in order that man should 165 2, 109 | fact that man's ~will is required in order to abstain from 166 2, 111 | for this three things are required: ~first, a man must possess 167 2, 112 | disposition for grace is required on man's ~part?~Aquin.: 168 2, 112 | disposition for grace is ~required on man's part, since, as 169 2, 112 | preparation for grace is required on man's part.~Aquin.: SMT 170 2, 112 | Hence no preparation is required on man's part to obtain 171 2, 112 | preparation of grace is required for it, since a form can 172 2, 112 | good, no preparation is required on man's part, that, as 173 2, 112 | soul, no preparation is required ~which He Himself does not 174 2, 113 | ungodly?~(2) Whether grace is required for it?~(3) Whether any 175 2, 113 | movement of the free-will is required?~(4) Whether a movement 176 2, 113 | Whether a movement of faith is required?~(5) Whether a movement 177 2, 113 | free-will against sin is required?~(6) Whether the remission 178 2, 113 | the infusion of grace is required for the remission of guilt, ~ 179 2, 113 | no infusion of grace is required. For ~anyone may be moved 180 2, 113 | infusion of grace is not ~required for the remission of guilt.~ 181 2, 113 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: More is required for an offender to pardon 182 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly is required a movement of ~the free-will?~ 183 2, 113 | movement of the free-will is required for ~the justification of 184 2, 113 | movement of the human ~soul is required in order that the soul may 185 2, 113 | the part of the soul is required but only a continuation 186 2, 113 | Whether a movement of faith is required for the justification of 187 2, 113 | no movement of faith is required for the ~justification of 188 2, 113 | movement of faith is no more ~required for the justification of 189 2, 113 | Further, the act of faith is required for justification only ~ 190 2, 113 | Hence no act ~of faith is required for the justification of 191 2, 113 | if the ~act of faith is required for the justification of 192 2, 113 | that an act of faith is not required ~for the justification of 193 2, 113 | movement of free-will is ~required for the justification of 194 2, 113 | movement of the mind ~is required, by which it is turned to 195 2, 113 | Hence a movement of faith is required for the justification ~of 196 2, 113 | ungodly an act of faith is required in order ~that a man may 197 2, 113 | of the ungodly there is required a movement ~of the free-will 198 2, 113 | free-will towards sin is ~required for the justification of 199 2, 113 | free-will towards sin is required.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 200 2, 113 | great space of time would be required for such thought, and because 201 2, 113 | movement of the free-will is ~required.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 202 2, 113 | reckoned amongst the things ~required for justification?~Aquin.: 203 2, 113 | reckoned ~amongst the things required for justification. For the 204 2, 113 | together with those that are required for a thing; ~thus a man 205 2, 113 | reckoned ~among the things required for the justification of 206 2, 113 | reckoned with the things required for the justification of 207 2, 113 | contrary, In reckoning what is required for a thing we ought not ~ 208 2, 113 | reckoned ~amongst the things required for justification.~Aquin.: 209 2, 113 | another, ~three things are required: first, the motion of the 210 2, 113 | many other things are required in order to reach the term, 211 2, 113 | division of the things required for the completion of anything; 212 2, 113 | of the ungodly, there is required a movement of ~free-will. 213 2, 113 | of the ungodly there is required a movement of the ~free-will 214 2, 113 | the infusion of grace is ~required for the justification of 215 2, 113 | the first of the things ~required for the justification of 216 2, 113 | is not what is naturally ~required first for the justification 217 2, 113 | the cause of whatever is required for the ~justification of 218 2, 113 | The aforesaid four things required for the justification ~of 219 2, 114 | as a movement of faith is required for the justification of 220 2, 2 | just as a virtuous act is required for the fulfilment of a ~ 221 2, 4 | the will, two things are required that this act may be ~perfect: 222 2, 4 | Some act of the will is required before faith, but not an ~ 223 2, 9 | the gift of knowledge is required.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[1] 224 2, 10 | of the various conditions required for that ~virtue. In this 225 2, 11 | another sense than ~that required by the Holy Ghost, when 226 2, 17 | loving: but another virtue is required in order ~to perfect it 227 2, 18 | mover, ~the first condition required is that it be a non-resistant 228 2, 21 | On the contrary," man is required "to have fear, to walk in ~ 229 2, 23 | movement ~of the free-will is required for the safe-keeping of 230 2, 30 | himself of, though it be required for the ~decencies of life, 231 2, 31 | this admonition is not required by the precept.~Aquin.: 232 2, 31 | public sins, a remedy is required not only for the ~sinner, 233 2, 38 | Secondly, a just cause is required, namely that those who are 234 2, 42 | and these three things are required of man that he may love 235 2, 43 | These two are conditions required that ~man may be at peace 236 2, 43 | others it is furthermore required, first that he should not 237 2, 45 | the ruling of prudence is required.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 238 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: Good counsel is required in order that the good things ~ 239 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 2: The experience required by prudence results not 240 2, 47 | reasoner. And since the things ~required for the perfection of prudence 241 2, 47 | since whatever else is required for prudence, is necessary ~ 242 2, 47 | possible, no caution is required. Now no ~man makes evil 243 2, 47 | Reply OBJ 1: Caution is required in moral acts, that we may 244 2, 48 | rectitude of ~government is required in them, so that they may 245 2, 48 | above all a virtuous life is required.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 246 2, 51 | due to abuse of the things required for prudence. ~And since 247 2, 52 | diligence. But diligence is required in every ~virtue. Therefore 248 2, 52 | less than solicitude, is required for every virtue, ~in so 249 2, 62 | animals, such authority is required, not ~for their sake, but 250 2, 65 | the reason why evidence is required in a court of law, ~is that 251 2, 65 | Further, an accuser is required in judicial procedure in 252 2, 65 | so that no ~accuser is required. The punishment that is 253 2, 68 | those points which are ~required of him in accordance with 254 2, 68 | preceded. If however he is ~required to give evidence on other 255 2, 68 | hand, if his evidence be required by authority of ~a superior 256 2, 68 | because ~if his evidence is required in order to deliver a man 257 2, 68 | are passed and evidence required, it is impossible to ~have 258 2, 68 | hence two witnesses are required; or for ~the sake of greater 259 2, 68 | 3: Further, a witness is required to take an oath in order 260 2, 68 | evidence, the witness is required to take a oath.~ 261 2, 75 | thing, much ~knowledge is required that is lacking in most 262 2, 77 | justice, because each is required for the perfect act of justice. ~ 263 2, 77 | to justice. Now more is required for an act ~to be virtuous 264 2, 79 | God." Again, firmness is required for the mind to be applied 265 2, 81 | Now one of the ~conditions required for prayer that it may be 266 2, 81 | impious, and yet piety it required ~in order that prayer may 267 2, 82 | Hence a definite place is required ~for adoration, not chiefly, 268 2, 86 | authority of a superior is required in a dispensation ~from 269 2, 86 | authority of a prelate is required for commutation or the ~ 270 2, 86 | authority of a prelate is not required for ~the commutation or 271 2, 86 | Authority of a prelate is not ~required that one may be dispensed 272 2, 86 | Therefore it is likewise required in a dispensation from a 273 2, 87 | Further, many other things are required for an oath, namely, ~devotion, 274 2, 87 | Now two conditions are required for the ~good use of an 275 2, 87 | answer that, Whatever is required merely as a remedy for an 276 2, 87 | case of medicine which is required as a remedy for sickness. 277 2, 87 | sickness. Now an oath ~is required as a remedy to a defect, 278 2, 87 | oath. Just as ~truth is required for a declaratory oath, 279 2, 87 | the ~present, so too is it required for a promissory oath, which 280 2, 93 | actions of man ~that are required for sortilege and their 281 2, 95 | precept points out what is required of him that announces the ~ 282 2, 95 | suffer such sickness as required bodily ~medicine, or else 283 2, 96 | these cases the ~conditions required for perjury are to be found 284 2, 100 | the fulfilment of which is required by law, according to Rm. ~ 285 2, 102 | princes in so far as this is ~required by order of justice. Wherefore 286 2, 105 | gratitude is a moral debt required by virtue. Now a thing is 287 2, 105 | their order to the ~things required for gratitude. The first 288 2, 107 | the intention, and that is required in every virtue. ~Therefore 289 2, 120 | one's neighbor; but it is required that one pay ~one's debts, 290 2, 126 | virtue. But perseverance is required in ~every virtue: for it 291 2, 126 | endurance. Now two things are ~required for the act of aggression. 292 2, 137 | this firmness of mind is ~required both in doing good and in 293 2, 139 | other pleasure than those required by ~nature, which is content 294 2, 147 | and in this way it is ~required, in order to have wisdom, 295 2, 147 | Therefore sobriety is chiefly required in persons of high standing.~ 296 2, 151 | due manner and order, as required for the welfare of the ~ 297 2, 163 | attaching to man's nature required ~that he should be left 298 2, 166 | times, the ~state of which required that man should mourn; wherefore 299 2, 172 | knowledge, imaginary vision is ~required, not for its own sake, but 300 2, 172 | according as circumstances ~required, because as it is written ( 301 2, 174 | scientific knowledge, as required for teaching the faith, 302 2, 181 | stand without its ~being required that they should be upright; 303 2, 181 | itself to one where many are ~required, according to the saying 304 2, 182 | freedom or servitude there is required first ~of all an obligation 305 2, 182 | service. Secondly, it is ~required that the aforesaid obligation 306 2, 182 | stated above (A[4]), there is required for the state ~of perfection 307 2, 182 | although inward perfection is ~required in order that one exercise 308 2, 183 | or by appointment, it is required that he choose such a one ~ 309 2, 183 | person appointed, it is not required that he esteem ~himself 310 2, 183 | Cor. 4:2, "Here now it is required among the dispensers that 311 2, 184 | Whether voluntary poverty is required for the religious state?~( 312 2, 184 | if one do what one can as required by the conditions of one' 313 2, 184 | 1/1~Whether poverty is required for religious perfection?~ 314 2, 184 | seem that poverty is not required for religious ~perfection. 315 2, 184 | goods, but that this is not required of necessity. Wherefore ~ 316 2, 184 | 4). Wherefore it is not required of bishops, ~who make profession 317 2, 184 | their own, whereas it is required of religious who make profession 318 2, 184 | perpetual continence is required for religious perfection?~ 319 2, 184 | perpetual continence is not required for ~religious perfection. 320 2, 184 | Further, that which is required for religious perfection 321 2, 184 | practice of perfection a man is required to remove ~from himself 322 2, 185 | seculars have, except as required by ~the rule they profess: 323 2, 186 | quantity, and as much as ~is required for a mere livelihood, such 324 2, 186 | things, whereas few are required for ~contemplation. Hence 325 2, 186 | OBJ 3: Actual obedience is required of those who need to be ~ 326 2, 187 | probation; whereas this is not required before the simple vow ~whereby 327 2, 187 | who have not ~reached the required use of reason, so as to 328 2, 187 | and the advice of many are required in ~great matters of doubt, 329 3, 1 | through sin, nothing more is required than that man should satisfy 330 3, 5 | present, its image is not required. But ~man is made to God' 331 3, 5 | presence, its image is not required ~to supply the place of 332 3, 5 | the image of a thing is required ~together with its presence, 333 3, 11 | Hence for prudence are ~required the remembrance of past 334 3, 12 | Now as a fitting age is required for a man to acquire ~knowledge 335 3, 13 | practical knowledge it is required that the ~forms of the things 336 3, 15 | for true bodily pain are required bodily hurt and the sense 337 3, 15 | instrumentally, ~bodily goods are required for beatitude; thus the 338 3, 20 | plurality of supposita, which is required in ~order that anyone may 339 3, 21 | mount to God, which is required for prayer; secondly, because 340 3, 22 | Body Para. 2/3~Now man is required to offer sacrifice for three 341 3, 22 | answer that, Two things are required for the perfect cleansing 342 3, 28 | as the custom of the time required, together with him she took ~ 343 3, 29 | it is the men that are required, because they ~represent 344 3, 30 | herself. Consequently she required instruction in this matter.~ 345 3, 35 | Whereas interruption is required to warrant the use of the ~ 346 3, 35 | And this is all that is required for motherhood, as has ~ 347 3, 35 | neither, ~therefore, is it required for motherhood.~Aquin.: 348 3, 39 | purpose perfect ~age is required, such as is the age of thirty. 349 3, 39 | account of the ~disposition required in the one baptized - namely, 350 3, 39 | baptism, "meekness was ~required"; this is shown by the dove: " 351 3, 46 | Further, God's justice required that Christ should satisfy 352 3, 46 | been under sin, and all required that another should ~die 353 3, 48 | gave more to ~God than was required to compensate for the offense 354 3, 48 | penalty. And therefore justice required man's redemption with regard 355 3, 48 | to redeem, two things are required - namely, ~the act of paying 356 3, 49 | efficient cause, nothing else is required for ~producing the effect. 357 3, 49 | other things besides are required for the ~forgiveness of 358 3, 55 | no proofs where faith is required." But faith is required ~ 359 3, 55 | required." But faith is required ~regarding the Resurrection. 360 3, 55 | united to them; ~which is required for a resurrection. Consequently, 361 3, 59 | answer that, Three things are required for passing judgment: first, ~ 362 3, 59 | iniquities." The second thing required is upright zeal, so as to 363 3, 60 | determinate sensible thing is required for a sacrament?~(6) Whether 364 3, 60 | Whether determinate words are required?~(8) Whether anything may 365 3, 60 | sensible. Now all that is ~required for a sacrament is something 366 3, 60 | something sensible is not required for a sacrament.~Aquin.: 367 3, 60 | sensible things are not ~required for the sacraments.~Aquin.: 368 3, 60 | sensible things are not required for the sacraments.~Aquin.: 369 3, 60 | Therefore sensible things are ~required for the sacraments.~Aquin.: 370 3, 60 | that ~sensible things are required for the sacraments; as Dionysius 371 3, 60 | Whether determinate things are required for a sacrament?~Aquin.: 372 3, 60 | determinate things are not required for a ~sacrament. For sensible 373 3, 60 | For sensible things are required in sacraments for the purpose ~ 374 3, 60 | determinate things are not required for the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 375 3, 60 | determinate things ~were not required in the sacraments, but were 376 3, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether words are required for the signification of 377 3, 60 | seems that words are not required for the signification of 378 3, 60 | Therefore words are not required ~besides the sensible things 379 3, 60 | sacraments, words are not required besides sensible things.~ 380 3, 60 | But no form of words was required ~in the sacraments of the 381 3, 60 | Therefore neither is it required in ~those of the New Law.~ 382 3, 60 | Whether determinate words are required in the sacraments?~Aquin.: 383 3, 60 | determinate words are not required in the ~sacraments. For 384 3, 60 | determinate words are not required in the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 385 3, 60 | OBJ 2: Further, words are required in the sacraments forasmuch 386 3, 60 | determinate words are ~not required in the sacraments.~Aquin.: 387 3, 60 | determinate words are not required in the ~sacraments.~Aquin.: 388 3, 60 | determinate sensible things are required, which are as the ~sacramental 389 3, 61 | nothing more seems to be ~required for the effect. But Christ' 390 3, 63 | it is just ~this that is required for a sacrament to imprint 391 3, 64 | Whether right faith is required therein; so that it be impossible ~ 392 3, 64 | Whether a right intention is required therein?~Aquin.: SMT TP 393 3, 64 | anything is wanting that is required for the ~sacraments, the 394 3, 64 | invalid; for instance, if the required ~matter or form be wanting. 395 3, 64 | wanting. But the minister required for a sacrament is ~one 396 3, 64 | Reply OBJ 3: A thing is required in a sacrament in two ways. 397 3, 64 | wanting. Secondly, a thing is ~required for a sacrament, by reason 398 3, 64 | way ~good ministers are required for a sacrament.~Aquin.: 399 3, 64 | holiness of righteousness ~is required in the minister, that he 400 3, 64 | minister's intention is required for the validity of a ~sacrament?~ 401 3, 64 | minister's intention is not required for the ~validity of a sacrament. 402 3, 64 | minister's intention were required for the validity of a ~sacrament, 403 3, 64 | Consequently, his intention ~is required, whereby he subjects himself 404 3, 64 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith is required of necessity in the minister 405 3, 64 | It seems that faith is required of necessity in the minister 406 3, 65 | would hold if Penance were required of ~necessity as a preparation 407 3, 66 | Whether plain water be required?~(5) Whether this be a suitable 408 3, 66 | with water is of ~itself required for Baptism, being essential 409 3, 67 | representing him. But this is not required in cases of urgency, when 410 3, 67 | generation nothing else is required but the active ~principle, 411 3, 68 | Whether an intention is required on the part of the one baptized?~( 412 3, 68 | OBJ 3: Further, Penance is required before Baptism, according 413 3, 68 | confession of sins should not be required of those who are going to 414 3, 68 | such confession of sins is required before Baptism: in other ~ 415 3, 68 | such ~confession is not required before Baptism. First, because 416 3, 68 | of Penance, which is not required before Baptism, which ~is 417 3, 68 | special confession of sins is required of those who are ~being 418 3, 68 | sacramental Penance, which is not ~required before Baptism, as stated 419 3, 68 | inward virtue of ~Penance is required.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 420 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism is required ~on the part of the one 421 3, 68 | sacrament of Baptism ~is not required on the part of the one baptized. 422 3, 68 | sacrament. But an intention is required not ~on the part of the 423 3, 68 | receiving Baptism is not required on the part ~of the one 424 3, 68 | seems that no intention is required on the part of the one ~ 425 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~Whether faith is required on the part of the one baptized?~ 426 3, 68 | It seems that faith is required on the part of the one baptized. ~ 427 3, 68 | Therefore it seems that faith is required for Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 428 3, 68 | receiving the sacrament is required for ~Baptism. But this cannot 429 3, 68 | 2~Secondly, something is required of necessity for Baptism, 430 3, 68 | receive the sacrament is required in one who is being baptized, 431 3, 69 | actual ~sins. But penance is required in adults before Baptism, 432 3, 70 | profession of faith, which is required ~in Baptism, as stated above.~ 433 3, 70 | instrument of this description is required by any ~divine precept; 434 3, 71 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing is required for a sacrament of the New 435 3, 72 | 10) Whether someone is required to stand for the person 436 3, 72 | age, physique and rank are required; and consequently ~slaves, 437 3, 72 | sacrament of Confirmation is required as a sign of ~fortitude 438 3, 72 | Therefore, just as someone is required as sponsor of ~one who is 439 3, 72 | baptized, so is someone required to stand for him who is 440 3, 73 | that just as generation is required for corporeal life, since 441 3, 73 | maturity: so ~likewise food is required for the preservation of 442 3, 73 | by having all the members required for the ~operation of his 443 3, 73 | Now there are two things required for corporeal refreshment, ~ 444 3, 74 | quantity of the same is required for the ~matter of this 445 3, 74 | quantity of bread and wine is required for the ~matter of this 446 3, 74 | quantity of bread and wine is ~required for the matter of this sacrament. 447 3, 74 | of ~the bread and wine is required.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 448 3, 74 | Whether wheaten bread is required for the matter of this sacrament?~ 449 3, 74 | the faithful, which is ~required in the use of this sacrament, 450 3, 78 | the ~present tense, it is required for the thing signified 451 3, 80 | hindrance to the fervor of love ~required for this sacrament.~Aquin.: 452 3, 80 | takes away the sobriety ~required for reverently receiving 453 3, 80 | drink: and such fast is ~required for this sacrament for the 454 3, 80 | this sacrament. For it is required that man should approach 455 3, 80 | of the ~recipient, who is required to approach this sacrament 456 3, 80 | drinking of the blood are ~required for the perfection of this 457 3, 81 | first to fulfill ~what He required others to observe: hence 458 3, 83 | as to denote the holiness required of them who have to receive 459 3, 83 | part of the faithful is required in ~every sacrament. Consequently, 460 3, 83 | OBJ 5: Greater devotion is required in this sacrament than in 461 3, 83 | And such cleansing is required of him ~who approaches this 462 3, 84 | imposition ~of hands is required for this sacrament.~Aquin.: 463 3, 84 | imposition of hands is required for this sacrament, as neither 464 3, 84 | imposition of hands is required.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 465 3, 84 | particular manner of actions required for ~this sacrament. As 466 3, 84 | some kind of ~penance is required, according to the words 467 3, 87 | each one. ~But this is, not required for the forgiveness of venial 468 3, 87 | that infusion of grace is required for the ~forgiveness of 469 3, 87 | the privation of something required for beauty, e.g. the right 470 3, 87 | infusion of fresh grace is ~required for the forgiveness of a 471 3, 87 | no infusion of grace is required for the remission of ~venial 472 3, 87 | of ~venial sin. but it is required for the forgiveness of mortal 473 3, 90 | Reply OBJ 4: More things are required for good, "which proceeds 474 Suppl, 7 | include everything that is ~required for virtue, yet its very 475 Suppl, 7 | reason of the truth which is required ~in it. Therefore it is 476 Suppl, 8 | action of the recipient is required ~as removing an obstacle, 477 Suppl, 8 | of sin, a punishment is required ~for two reasons, viz. to 478 Suppl, 9 | not in our power is not required of us. ~But it is not in 479 Suppl, 9 | tears." Therefore it is not required ~of those who confess.~Aquin.: 480 Suppl, 9 | inasmuch as ~prudence is required in every act of virtue: 481 Suppl, 10| he can: nor can more be required for him. Therefore he will 482 Suppl, 10| not only is absolution required, ~but also the judgment 483 Suppl, 13| himself, less punishment is ~required of him who satisfies for 484 Suppl, 14| restitution nothing further is required than that ~the equality 485 Suppl, 17| keys ~of the Church are required, is sin. Therefore the Church 486 Suppl, 18| and the less punishment is required to remove that blemish. ~ 487 Suppl, 20| OBJ 1: A twofold power is required in order to absolve from 488 Suppl, 22| OBJ 2: Further, more is required for excommunication than 489 Suppl, 25| charity; thirdly, there is ~required a reason for so dispensing 490 Suppl, 27| fulfill the ~conditions required?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[27] A[ 491 Suppl, 27| who does not fulfill the required conditions. Because when 492 Suppl, 29| a consecrated matter is ~required. The second reason is that 493 Suppl, 29| the matter by a bishop is required beforehand: but the ~altar 494 Suppl, 30| needed. Now repentance is required in the recipient of Extreme ~ 495 Suppl, 30| since several anointings are required. Therefore the remission 496 Suppl, 30| except in so far as it is required for the principal effect, 497 Suppl, 34| Such subjection is not required in Order, whereby those 498 Suppl, 35| holiness. Hence they are required to have the grace ~that 499 Suppl, 35| consequently a spiritual power is required ~in each.~Aquin.: SMT XP 500 Suppl, 35| validity of the sacrament it is required that one who ~presents himself


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