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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 9 | substances, as angels and ~souls, have not matter. Therefore 2 1, 10 | case especially of human souls. Therefore there is not ~ 3 1, 12 | And thus ~God is in the souls of the blessed; not thus 4 1, 23 | Origen, who thought that the souls of men ~were created in 5 1, 31 | with ~the angels and the souls of the saints. Therefore 6 1, 31 | Although the angels and the souls of the saints are always ~ 7 1, 31 | society of angels and of souls does not take away absolute ~ 8 1, 46 | infinite number of human souls would actually now exist, 9 1, 46 | be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears from the Metaphysics 10 1, 46 | And some say that of all souls only one will remain. But 11 1, 46 | this account a circuit of souls - viz. that ~souls separated 12 1, 46 | circuit of souls - viz. that ~souls separated from their bodies 13 1, 47 | soul; so that, if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there would 14 1, 50 | from ~each other. But all souls are of the one species. 15 1, 50 | spiritual substances, even souls, ~are of the one species. 16 1, 50 | the one ~species, but not souls; while others allege that 17 1, 51 | perfect in the angels than in souls. But ~the soul not only 18 1, 52 | although they do not obsess souls, ~do obsess bodies occasionally; 19 1, 52 | contrary, There are not two souls in the same body. Therefore 20 1, 55 | that ~is to say, human souls - have a power of understanding 21 1, 55 | spiritual substances - that is, souls - have a nature akin to 22 1, 58 | first principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge 23 1, 61 | Angels and intelligent souls are incorruptible by the 24 1, 63 | that they are gods and the souls of ~the dead." But to be 25 1, 64 | angels are with the holy souls in heaven. But ~after the 26 1, 64 | of sense for demons and ~souls is postponed until the judgment 27 1, 64 | not admitting the same of souls, admit it ~as to demons. 28 1, 64 | judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, even 29 1, 64 | angels, even as on good souls and good ~angels.~Aquin.: 30 1, 70 | really living beings, their souls ~must be akin to the angelic 31 1, 70 | sensitive and nutritive souls must be united to a body 32 1, 70 | is not conceded that the souls of ~heavenly bodies are 33 1, 70 | bodies are nobler than the souls of animals absolutely it 34 1, 72 | are not themselves living souls. Therefore the words, "Let 35 1, 72 | are, as it were, ~living souls with bodies subject to them. 36 1, 73 | God ~creates daily new souls. Again, the work of the 37 1, 73 | way of similitude, as the souls now ~created. And the work 38 1, 75 | subsistence?~(3) Whether the souls of brute animals are subsistent?~( 39 1, 75 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the souls of brute animals are subsistent?~ 40 1, 75 | It would seem that the souls of brute animals are subsistent. 41 1, 75 | subsistent. Therefore the souls of other ~animals are subsistent.~ 42 1, 75 | objects. Therefore, since the souls of brute animals are ~sensitive, 43 1, 75 | subsistent soul: whereas the souls ~of animals are not subsistent."~ 44 1, 75 | it ~follows that even the souls of brute animals are subsistent. 45 1, 75 | we conclude that as the souls of brute animals have no " 46 1, 75 | both ~is equal." But the souls of brute animals are corruptible. 47 1, 75 | Div. Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness 48 1, 75 | above (AA[2],3) that the souls of brutes are not self-subsistent, ~ 49 1, 75 | human soul is; so that the souls of brutes are corrupted, ~ 50 1, 75 | true of the soul. For the ~souls of brutes are produced by 51 1, 75 | iii, 5) held that human souls and ~angels are all of the 52 1, 75 | is that there can be many souls of one ~species will be 53 1, 76 | there are not many human souls in one species. But all 54 1, 76 | removed. ~Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according 55 1, 76 | being removed, the number of souls ~would not remain; but from 56 1, 76 | remain; but from all the souls there would be but a single ~ 57 1, 76 | that there are many human souls, I should laugh at myself." 58 1, 76 | matter, there are many souls of one species; while it 59 1, 76 | manner ~the multiplicity of souls is in proportion to the 60 1, 76 | dissolution of the bodies, the souls retain their ~multiplied 61 1, 76 | Augustine denies a plurality of souls, that would involve a ~plurality 62 1, 76 | soul there are in man other souls ~essentially different from 63 1, 76 | there are in man ~other souls essentially different from 64 1, 76 | incorruptible; whereas ~the other souls, as the sensitive and the 65 1, 76 | we say that there are two souls in one man, as James and 66 1, 76 | that there were several souls in one body, ~distinct even 67 1, 76 | even as to organs, to which souls he referred the different ~ 68 1, 76 | several essentially different souls to ~be in one body. This 69 1, 76 | which ~there were several souls. For nothing is absolutely 70 1, 76 | hold that there are several souls in the body, he asks ~(De 71 1, 76 | he ~compares the various souls to the species of figures, 72 1, 76 | animals, and to the nutritive souls of plants. Therefore, ~as 73 1, 76 | sensitive and nutritive souls, so does it virtually contain ~ 74 1, 76 | soul is the most perfect of souls. ~Therefore since the bodies 75 1, 76 | with other animals, the souls ~of which are endowed with 76 1, 77 | it is clear that separate souls grieve ~or rejoice at the 77 1, 47 | infinite number of human souls would actually now exist, 78 1, 47 | be an ~actual infinity of souls, as appears from the Metaphysics 79 1, 47 | And some say that of all souls only one will remain. But 80 1, 47 | this account a circuit of souls - viz. that souls separated 81 1, 47 | circuit of souls - viz. that souls separated from their bodies 82 1, 48 | soul; so that, if a hundred souls had sinned, ~there would 83 1, 51 | from ~each other. But all souls are of the one species. 84 1, 51 | spiritual substances, even souls, ~are of the one species. 85 1, 51 | the one ~species, but not souls; while others allege that 86 1, 52 | perfect in the angels than in souls. But ~the soul not only 87 1, 53 | although they do not obsess souls, ~do obsess bodies occasionally; 88 1, 53 | contrary, There are not two souls in the same body. Therefore 89 1, 56 | that ~is to say, human souls - have a power of understanding 90 1, 56 | spiritual substances - that is, souls - have a nature akin to 91 1, 59 | first principles. But human souls which acquire knowledge 92 1, 62 | Angels and intelligent souls are incorruptible by the 93 1, 64 | that they are gods and the souls of ~the dead." But to be 94 1, 65 | angels are with the holy souls in heaven. But ~after the 95 1, 65 | of sense for demons and ~souls is postponed until the judgment 96 1, 65 | not admitting the same of souls, admit it ~as to demons. 97 1, 65 | judgment is passed ~upon wicked souls and wicked angels, even 98 1, 65 | angels, even as on good souls and good ~angels.~Aquin.: 99 1, 71 | really living beings, their souls ~must be akin to the angelic 100 1, 71 | sensitive and nutritive souls must be united to a body 101 1, 71 | is not conceded that the souls of ~heavenly bodies are 102 1, 71 | bodies are nobler than the souls of animals absolutely it 103 1, 71 | are not themselves living souls. Therefore the words, "Let 104 1, 71 | are, as it were, ~living souls with bodies subject to them. 105 1, 72 | God ~creates daily new souls. Again, the work of the 106 1, 72 | way of similitude, as the souls now ~created. And the work 107 1, 74 | subsistence?~(3) Whether the souls of brute animals are subsistent?~( 108 1, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the souls of brute animals are subsistent?~ 109 1, 74 | It would seem that the souls of brute animals are subsistent. 110 1, 74 | subsistent. Therefore the souls of other ~animals are subsistent.~ 111 1, 74 | objects. Therefore, since the souls of brute animals are ~sensitive, 112 1, 74 | subsistent soul: whereas the souls ~of animals are not subsistent."~ 113 1, 74 | it ~follows that even the souls of brute animals are subsistent. 114 1, 74 | we conclude that as the souls of brute animals have no " 115 1, 74 | both ~is equal." But the souls of brute animals are corruptible. 116 1, 74 | Div. Nom. iv) that human souls owe to ~Divine goodness 117 1, 74 | above (AA[2],3) that the souls of brutes are not self-subsistent, ~ 118 1, 74 | human soul is; so that the souls of brutes are corrupted, ~ 119 1, 74 | true of the soul. For the ~souls of brutes are produced by 120 1, 74 | iii, 5) held that human souls and ~angels are all of the 121 1, 74 | is that there can be many souls of one ~species will be 122 1, 75 | there are not many human souls in one species. But all 123 1, 75 | removed. ~Therefore, if human souls were multiplied according 124 1, 75 | being removed, the number of souls ~would not remain; but from 125 1, 75 | remain; but from all the souls there would be but a single ~ 126 1, 75 | that there are many human souls, I should laugh at myself." 127 1, 75 | matter, there are many souls of one species; while it 128 1, 75 | manner ~the multiplicity of souls is in proportion to the 129 1, 75 | dissolution of the bodies, the souls retain their ~multiplied 130 1, 75 | Augustine denies a plurality of souls, that would involve a ~plurality 131 1, 75 | soul there are in man other souls ~essentially different from 132 1, 75 | there are in man ~other souls essentially different from 133 1, 75 | incorruptible; whereas ~the other souls, as the sensitive and the 134 1, 75 | we say that there are two souls in one man, as James and 135 1, 75 | that there were several souls in one body, ~distinct even 136 1, 75 | even as to organs, to which souls he referred the different ~ 137 1, 75 | several essentially different souls to ~be in one body. This 138 1, 75 | which ~there were several souls. For nothing is absolutely 139 1, 75 | hold that there are several souls in the body, he asks ~(De 140 1, 75 | he ~compares the various souls to the species of figures, 141 1, 75 | animals, and to the nutritive souls of plants. Therefore, ~as 142 1, 75 | sensitive and nutritive souls, so does it virtually contain ~ 143 1, 75 | soul is the most perfect of souls. ~Therefore since the bodies 144 1, 75 | with other animals, the souls ~of which are endowed with 145 1, 76 | it is clear that separate souls grieve ~or rejoice at the 146 1, 77 | these, three are called souls, and four are called modes 147 1, 77 | diversity lies in the various souls being ~distinguished accordingly 148 1, 78 | intellects as there are souls, which ~are multiplied according 149 1, 83 | intelligible species ~flow into our souls, and sensible species into 150 1, 83 | holy and pure," such as the souls of the blessed.~Aquin.: 151 1, 83 | of and entering into our souls," as Augustine says in his ~ 152 1, 84 | better disposition, their souls have a greater power of 153 1, 86 | Further, both angels and human souls belong to the genus of ~ 154 1, 87 | If there existed in our souls a perfect image of God, 155 1, 88 | s knowledge?~(8) Whether souls separated from the body 156 1, 88 | the ~natural order human souls hold the lowest place among 157 1, 88 | therefore, God had willed souls to understand in the same 158 1, 88 | make it ~possible for human souls to possess perfect and proper 159 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Souls apart from the body know 160 1, 88 | body know other separated souls; ~as we see in the case 161 1, 88 | 23). Therefore separated souls see the devils and the ~ 162 1, 88 | that of other separated souls. Therefore the soul apart 163 1, 88 | knowledge of other separated souls, but it has an ~imperfect 164 1, 88 | Therefore, as separated souls know separate substances, 165 1, 88 | of knowledge. Separated souls, therefore, have ~the same 166 1, 88 | follows that separated ~souls know all natural things 167 1, 88 | nor demons, nor separated souls, know except so far as future ~ 168 1, 88 | I answer that, Separated souls know some singulars, but 169 1, 88 | between ~angels and separated souls in the fact that through 170 1, 88 | species; ~whereas separated souls by these species know only 171 1, 88 | OBJ 3: Further, separated souls will possess knowledge by 172 1, 88 | pro Mort. xiii), that "the souls ~of the dead are where they 173 1, 88 | Augustine says that the souls of the departed cannot see ~ 174 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Whether separated souls know that takes place on 175 1, 88 | would seem that separated souls know what takes place on ~ 176 1, 88 | torments." Therefore separated souls know what passes on earth.~ 177 1, 88 | OBJ 3: Further, separated souls know what happens among 178 1, 88 | we are treating now, the ~souls of the dead do not know 179 1, 88 | the Divine order. Now the souls ~departed are in a state 180 1, 88 | when he asserts that, "the ~souls of the dead have no concern 181 1, 88 | opinion as regards ~the souls of the blessed in heaven, 182 1, 88 | quoted: "The case of the holy souls is different, for since 183 1, 88 | probable one - that the souls of the blessed who see God ~ 184 1, 88 | living on earth. ~But as the souls of the blessed are most 185 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The souls of the departed may care 186 1, 88 | not immediately, but ~the souls who pass hence thither, 187 1, 88 | of God; in order that the souls of the ~dead may interfere 188 1, 89 | spirits, who are the rational souls, are produced by means ~ 189 1, 89 | existence by the ~higher, and souls by angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 190 1, 89 | of God, ~produce rational souls. But this is quite impossible, 191 1, 89 | first man, but also the souls of all men were created 192 1, 89 | spiritual substances, whether souls or angels, are equal in 193 1, 89 | some of them - namely, the ~souls of men or of heavenly bodies - 194 1, 93 | nature as ours. But ~our souls cannot now understand separate 195 1, 94 | that Adam, like other just souls, was in some degree gifted 196 1, 96 | possesses in common with other souls - that is, as giving life 197 1, 96 | itself, and not to other ~souls, as possessing an intellectual 198 1, 100 | innocence. Therefore the souls of children would have been 199 1, 104 | creation of the world, ~and of souls, and the justification of 200 1, 107 | appear to belong to the souls of the saints. Therefore 201 1, 107 | erroneous to say that the souls of bad men are ~changed 202 1, 107 | it does not seem that the souls of the saints will be ~transferred 203 1, 107 | demons are ~nothing but souls of the dead; and it is this 204 1, 109 | bodies, except perhaps human souls; and this was ~because he 205 1, 112 | Great is the dignity of souls, for each one to have an ~ 206 1, 112 | which are the rational souls, which cannot be said of ~ 207 1, 113 | intention is the loss of souls; whereas God's is the salvation 208 1, 113 | God's is the salvation of ~souls. Therefore demons are not 209 1, 114 | substances are superior to our ~souls. Therefore it seems that 210 1, 114 | cause impressions on our souls, ~and thereby cause human 211 1, 116 | Platonists, who held that our ~souls are possessed of knowledge 212 1, 116 | often pretend to be the souls of the ~dead, in order to 213 1, 117 | transmitted?~(3) Whether all souls were created at the same 214 1, 117 | life." Therefore also the souls of animals seminally generated 215 1, 117 | held that the sensitive souls of animals are ~created 216 1, 117 | written (Gn. 46:26): "All the souls that came out of ~[Jacob' 217 1, 117 | sensitive, and nutritive souls are, in substance, one soul 218 1, 117 | there would be in ~man three souls of which one would be in 219 1, 117 | the existence of several souls in ~the body - or else it 220 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~Whether human souls were created together at 221 1, 117 | It would seem that human souls were created together at 222 1, 117 | true if He created new ~souls every day. Therefore all 223 1, 117 | every day. Therefore all souls were created at the same 224 1, 117 | the universe. If therefore souls were created with the ~bodies, 225 1, 117 | therefore, stated that the souls of men were created ~together 226 1, 117 | of Origen, who held that souls were embodies in ~punishment 227 1, 117 | must simply confess that souls were not created before 228 1, 117 | For in this sense, the souls which are ~created now, 229 2, 3 | to those that hold human souls to be created by ~the angels, 230 2, 4 | and have said that the souls of saints, when separated 231 2, 4 | present to the Lord. But the souls of the saints, separated 232 2, 4 | Whence it is evident that the souls of the ~saints, separated 233 2, 4 | can be ascribed to the ~souls of the dead separated from 234 2, 4 | to the effect ~that "the souls of the departed see not 235 2, 4 | because even now ~some souls of the Blessed are raised 236 2, 4 | whereas the separated ~souls of the saints have not.~ 237 2, 29 | and the hatred of their souls [Douay: ~'his soul'] had 238 2, 36 | quite evident how their souls desire ~unity, in ruling 239 2, 63 | the seeds of virtue in our souls, ~according to a gloss on 240 2, 65 | perform the actions that their souls empower them to ~do. Now 241 2, 67 | the resurrection, when the souls will be reunited to their ~ 242 2, 67 | of the ~body, which the souls of the Blessed desire, as 243 2, 67 | there can be desire in ~the souls of the saints, but not hope, 244 2, 68 | to impart this to godly ~souls, and to defend it against 245 2, 79 | and a temptation to the souls of men." But a ~temptation 246 2, 79 | and a temptation to the souls of men," the preposition " 247 2, 79 | of the enlightening ~of souls, according to Jn. 1:9: " 248 2, 81 | produce other infected souls. Others, rejecting this 249 2, 83 | seminal virtue. Now our souls were not ~in him thus, but 250 2, 87 | saying (Ezech. ~18:4): "All souls are Mine."~Aquin.: SMT FS 251 2, 89 | destroy the beauty of our souls so as to deprive us ~of 252 2, 91 | foulness of sin; ~"converting souls," because it directs not 253 2, 93 | the just misery of ~the souls which deserted Him, God 254 2, 98 | regards the ~salvation of souls: while the angels are the " 255 2, 98 | ordained to the salvation of souls.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 256 2, 100 | is ~unspotted, converting souls." But man is preserved from 257 2, 103 | is ~unspotted, converting souls." But the leper was cleansed 258 2, 106 | conveyeth herself into holy souls, she maketh the friends 259 2, 110 | in its essence from other souls, viz. of dumb animals, and 260 2, 113 | the mere infusion of their souls that God moves them to ~ 261 2, 17 | glory of the body. Now the souls of the saints in ~heaven, 262 2, 30 | alms so as to profit their souls. ~Therefore those who are 263 2, 42 | 3:16) "to lay down our souls," i.e. ~the life of our 264 2, 43 | conveyeth herself ~into holy souls; she maketh the friends 265 2, 53 | deceits'] against ~their own souls." Therefore fraud does not 266 2, 53 | themselves or their own souls; it is through God's just 267 2, 66 | Although we are able to save souls by Penance, we are unable 268 2, 71 | His members and slay the souls of future believers ~are 269 2, 80 | devotion; while in simple souls and women devotion abounds ~ 270 2, 81 | Peter. If therefore the souls ~of the saints pray for 271 2, 83 | alone is the ~creator of our souls, as stated in the FP, Q[ 272 2, 85 | clergy who have care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 273 2, 85 | clergy who have ~care of souls, and so they alone are competent 274 2, 85 | those that have no care of souls. Some religious, ~however, 275 2, 85 | because they have care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[87] A[ 276 2, 85 | clerics, if they have care of souls, and ~dispense spiritual 277 2, 89 | salutary institution, that ~the souls of the faint-hearted may 278 2, 92 | After these they placed ~the souls of the heavenly bodies, 279 2, 92 | again ~they placed human souls, which they believed to 280 2, 92 | But the ~angels and the souls of the blessed are our superiors. 281 2, 93 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the souls of the saints do not encourage 282 2, 94 | the demons, who delude the souls that are subject ~to them."~ 283 2, 98 | he may obtain the cure of souls, ~his very presumption renders 284 2, 98 | benefice without the cure of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 285 2, 101 | esteemed not the honor of holy souls, for God created man ~incorruptible, 286 2, 102 | them many others, lest the souls of those ~who obey perish 287 2, 122 | undaunted in speech, with souls unmoved, and ~strength divine." 288 2, 134 | patience you shall possess your souls." Therefore ~patience is 289 2, 145 | you shall afflict ~your souls," and then the text continues: " 290 2, 162 | is immortal, whereas the souls ~of dumb animals are mortal.~ 291 2, 167 | attire, prepared to deceive souls."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[169] 292 2, 170 | vi], who held that our ~souls have knowledge of all things 293 2, 170 | be said that men, whose souls are not much ~obscured through 294 2, 170 | conveyeth ~herself into holy souls," and "maketh the friends 295 2, 170 | conveyeth ~herself into holy souls," and "maketh the friends 296 2, 173 | the angels and the holy ~souls enjoy the contemplation 297 2, 178 | movements must be ascribed to souls and angels in different 298 2, 180 | acceptable to God than zeal for souls." Now by the zeal for souls 299 2, 180 | souls." Now by the zeal for souls a ~man turns to the occupations 300 2, 180 | in the second place, the souls ~of others, according to 301 2, 180 | apply one's own soul and the souls of others ~to contemplation 302 2, 180 | acceptable to God than zeal for souls," does not mean ~that the 303 2, 180 | one's ~own soul and the souls of others, than any other 304 2, 180 | love stimulates slothful souls to work, and fear restrains 305 2, 180 | work, and fear restrains souls that ~are disturbed in contemplation." 306 2, 182 | be spent myself ~for your souls."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] 307 2, 182 | are who have the cure of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 308 2, 182 | consecration receive ~the cure of souls, so also do parish priests 309 2, 182 | and deacons having cure of souls two things ~may be considered, 310 2, 182 | vow to retain ~the cure of souls; but they can surrender 311 2, 182 | priests who have the cure of souls are more perfect ~than religious.~ 312 2, 182 | through having ~cure of souls, are more like bishops than 313 2, 182 | that they have the cure of souls committed to them.~Aquin.: 314 2, 182 | order, having the cure of souls by office, as many ~monks 315 2, 182 | deacons not having the cure of souls, it is evident that the ~ 316 2, 182 | whole life to the cure of souls, as a bishop does, nor is 317 2, 182 | to exercise the cure of souls in ~chief, but only in certain 318 2, 182 | particulars regarding the cure of souls ~committed to his charge, 319 2, 182 | of one having the cure of souls, in this ~way it is more 320 2, 182 | exercise ~of the cure of souls, on account of outward dangers: 321 2, 182 | order who has the cure of ~souls, but of a bishop, who is 322 2, 182 | one who has the cure of souls is fraught with ~more danger 323 2, 182 | to receive the ~cure of souls, being already in sacred 324 2, 182 | namely as regards the cure of souls ~which they have subordinately; 325 2, 185 | for them to nourish their souls, so as to make it impossible 326 2, 186 | acceptable than zeal for souls, as Gregory says (Hom. ~ 327 2, 186 | pertaining to the salvation ~of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 328 2, 186 | ordained to the salvation of ~souls, such as preaching and the 329 2, 186 | directed to the ~salvation of souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 330 2, 187 | undertakes the cure of ~souls, receives an awful warning 331 2, 187 | able to fulfil the cure of souls, to which obligation he 332 2, 187 | to lay aside the cure of souls in ~order to enter religion.~ 333 2, 187 | all priests having cure of souls were to enter religion, 334 2, 187 | vow to retain the cure of souls. Wherefore bishops ~"cannot 335 2, 187 | the eternal rest of their souls.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 336 3, 2 | descending, should ~place the souls of the righteous in their 337 3, 6 | 8) maintained that all ~souls, amongst which he placed 338 3, 6 | of the same genus as our souls, yet excels even the angels 339 3, 8 | or only as ~regards their souls?~(3) Whether He is the Head 340 3, 8 | bodies or only as to their ~souls?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[2] 341 3, 8 | with the Father" quickens souls, ~so the "Word made flesh" 342 3, 8 | chiefly with regard to their ~souls; wherein men agree with 343 3, 9 | more imperfect than the souls of the rest of men. Secondly, ~ 344 3, 11 | especially clear as regards the souls of the blessed. Now before 345 3, 11 | the same nature as our ~souls, yet it had a state which 346 3, 11 | it had a state which our souls have not yet in fact, but 347 3, 11 | discursion is connatural to the souls of the blessed, ~but not 348 3, 15 | Further, the Saints, whose souls are in heaven and whose 349 3, 15 | enjoy beatitude in their souls, although their bodies ~ 350 3, 15 | reasons: first, because the souls of saints are not ~passible, 351 3, 19 | shall only deliver their own souls by ~their justice." Hence 352 3, 29 | certain inseparable union of ~souls, by which husband and wife 353 3, 39 | had hitherto hindered the ~souls of the departed from entering 354 3, 44 | working any miracles on ~souls: for neither did He convert 355 3, 46 | is the supreme desire of souls of good hope. But that part 356 3, 49 | devil can still tempt men's souls ~and harass their bodies: 357 3, 49 | we first receive in our ~souls "the spirit of adoption 358 3, 52 | place, for neither do the ~souls of the just. Therefore it 359 3, 52 | sorrows of pains by preserving souls from them, just as a ~physician 360 3, 52 | Jacob, and the other just souls," "He led them," ~i.e. " 361 3, 52 | hell ~was vouchsafed to the souls after this life when they 362 3, 52 | descent into hell delivered souls from purgatory?~Aquin.: 363 3, 52 | descent into hell delivered ~souls from Purgatory - for Augustine 364 3, 52 | Consequently Christ ~delivered souls from Purgatory.~Aquin.: 365 3, 52 | His sacraments have. But souls are delivered from Purgatory 366 3, 52 | Therefore much more were souls delivered ~from Purgatory 367 3, 52 | brought out from thence the souls ~of the elect, He does not 368 3, 52 | hell, He did not deliver souls ~from Purgatory.~Aquin.: 369 3, 56 | cause of the resurrection of souls?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 370 3, 56 | of the ~resurrection of souls, because Augustine says ( 371 3, 56 | human dispensation, but souls rise by the ~Substance of 372 3, 56 | cause of the resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 373 3, 56 | cause of the resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 374 3, 56 | indeed rise again." But the souls of all will not rise ~again, 375 3, 56 | of the ~resurrection of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 376 3, 56 | Further, the resurrection of souls comes of the forgiveness 377 3, 56 | of the resurrection ~of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 378 3, 56 | than the resurrection of souls: and ~on Ps. 29:6: "In the 379 3, 56 | bodies, but also to that of souls: for it comes of God that 380 3, 56 | to the ~resurrection of souls. In like fashion it is an 381 3, 56 | regard to the resurrection of souls, because even in our souls 382 3, 56 | souls, because even in our souls we must be ~conformed with 383 3, 56 | that the resurrection of souls is wrought by ~God's Substance, 384 3, 56 | to participation, because souls become good and just ~by 385 3, 56 | Accordingly, after saying that souls rise by the Divine ~Substance, 386 3, 56 | Christ's Resurrection reaches souls not ~from any special virtue 387 3, 56 | OBJ 3: The resurrection of souls pertains to merit, which 388 3, 56 | bodies, but not as to their souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[56] A[ 389 3, 56 | in the justification of souls, namely, ~forgiveness of 390 3, 57 | as by the Ascension our souls are uplifted to ~Him; because, 391 3, 57 | whereof He took to heaven the souls of the ~saints delivered 392 3, 59 | as we and ~all rational souls judge aright of the things 393 3, 59 | the same Christ He raises souls," inasmuch as "He is ~the 394 3, 59 | to bestow beatitude upon souls by a ~participation with 395 3, 59 | besides that Judgment in which souls are now ~punished or rewarded.~ 396 3, 59 | held the opinion that the souls of the saints ~shall not 397 3, 59 | rewarded in heaven, nor the souls of the lost punished in ~ 398 3, 59 | it is manifest ~that the souls separated from bodies are 399 3, 62 | beginning with God, quickens souls; as He was made flesh, quickens ~ 400 3, 62 | beginning with God, ~quickens souls as principal agent; but 401 3, 66 | since then "a few . . . souls ~were saved in the ark [ 402 3, 67 | priests having charge of souls. But women ~are not qualified 403 3, 67 | priest having charge of souls, or by one ~representing 404 3, 68 | Christ the physician of ~our souls, it seems that this sacrament 405 3, 68 | OBJ 2: The physician of souls, i.e. Christ, works in two 406 3, 68 | receive grace in ~their souls, not so much from the hands 407 3, 79 | the ~redemption of their souls, for the hope of their safety 408 3, 82 | has undertaken the care of souls. Therefore, ~it seems that 409 3, 82 | charged with the care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 410 3, 82 | entrusted with the ~care of souls.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 411 3, 82 | though he has not the care of souls, to refrain ~altogether 412 3, 82 | undertaken the care of souls. But this sacrament is performed 413 3, 83 | the Preface, ~disposes the souls of the brethren by saying, ' 414 3, 83 | the world": though their souls are either in ~purgatory, 415 3, 89 | content with saving their souls; for it is a ~difficult 416 Suppl, 4 | for our sins?~(3) Whether souls grieve for their sins even 417 Suppl, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether our souls are contrite for sins even 418 Suppl, 4 | It would seem that our souls are contrite for sins even 419 Suppl, 4 | for punishment. But ~the souls in purgatory grieve for 420 Suppl, 4 | punishment. If therefore the souls in purgatory could have 421 Suppl, 4 | after this life, those souls which dwell in the heavenly 422 Suppl, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The souls in purgatory grieve for 423 Suppl, 4 | OBJ 3: The pain which the souls suffer in purgatory, cannot, ~ 424 Suppl, 8 | they have not the care of souls. Since, therefore confession 425 Suppl, 16| applies equally to separated ~souls, as Damascene says (De Fide 426 Suppl, 16| be penance ~in separated souls, as some say, as in the 427 Suppl, 16| as some say, as in the souls of the blessed in ~heaven. 428 Suppl, 16| to them as ~to the lost souls, for, according to Damascene ( 429 Suppl, 16| angels and the ~beatified souls, because in the latter there 430 Suppl, 36| and receive the care of souls, know ~things pertaining 431 Suppl, 36| empowered with the care of souls. The law is not sought at 432 Suppl, 39| accepting the pastoral care of souls is required; wherefore the ~ 433 Suppl, 56| in marriage the union of souls ranks higher than union 434 Suppl, 69| FIRST OF THE PLACE WHERE ~SOULS ARE AFTER DEATH (SEVEN ARTICLES)~ 435 Suppl, 69| the quality ~of separated souls, and the punishment inflicted 436 Suppl, 69| the ~suffrages whereby the souls of the departed are assisted 437 Suppl, 69| are appointed to receive souls after death?~(2) Whether 438 Suppl, 69| after death?~(2) Whether souls are conveyed thither immediately 439 Suppl, 69| are appointed to receive souls after death?~Aquin.: SMT 440 Suppl, 69| not appointed to receive souls ~after death. For as Boethius 441 Suppl, 69| places for the reception of souls.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 442 Suppl, 69| any other. Now separated souls, like certain other ~spiritual 443 Suppl, 69| is assigned to separated souls after death, ~except what 444 Suppl, 69| angels even as separated souls are ~incorporeal, it would 445 Suppl, 69| assigned to ~receive separated souls.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 446 Suppl, 69| statement (Dial. iv) that souls ~after death are conveyed 447 Suppl, 69| Therefore after death souls have certain places for 448 Suppl, 69| And though ~after death souls have no bodies assigned 449 Suppl, 69| Wherefore we hold that those souls ~that have a perfect share 450 Suppl, 69| heaven, and that those ~souls that are deprived of that 451 Suppl, 69| life. In this way certain souls have more in common with ~ 452 Suppl, 69| certain places: for instance, souls that are spiritually enlightened, ~ 453 Suppl, 69| with luminous bodies, and souls that are plunged in darkness 454 Suppl, 69| places: yet these same souls, through knowing themselves 455 Suppl, 69| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether souls are conveyed to heaven or 456 Suppl, 69| 1: It would seem that no souls are conveyed to heaven or 457 Suppl, 69| final resurrection holds the souls in ~secret receptacles according 458 Suppl, 69| the final resurrection the souls will be there together with ~ 459 Suppl, 69| therefore, ought the glory of souls to be deferred until the 460 Suppl, 69| it to be denied that the souls of the ~saints are borne 461 Suppl, 69| to heaven. That also some souls go down to hell ~immediately 462 Suppl, 69| of their movement, so in ~souls there is merit or demerit 463 Suppl, 69| since a place is assigned to souls in keeping with their reward 464 Suppl, 69| hell and heaven, where some souls are detained before the ~ 465 Suppl, 69| certain places there are souls now which ~will not be there 466 Suppl, 69| whereas He has fashioned souls ~independently of one another. 467 Suppl, 69| If then," he says, "the souls of the just are in heaven 468 Suppl, 69| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the souls who are in heaven or hell 469 Suppl, 69| It would seem that the souls in heaven or hell are unable 470 Suppl, 69| pro Mort. xiii): "If the souls ~of the dead took any part 471 Suppl, 69| this he concludes that the souls of the departed ~do not 472 Suppl, 69| abodes are awarded to souls ~after death as a reward 473 Suppl, 69| For thou sayest that the souls of the apostles and martyrs 474 Suppl, 69| is absurd to say that the souls of the departed ~do not 475 Suppl, 69| natural course, the separated souls consigned to their respective ~ 476 Suppl, 69| Divine providence ~separated souls sometimes come forth from 477 Suppl, 69| is not ~unfitting for the souls of the saints to be endowed 478 Suppl, 69| on the one ~hand and the souls of the saints and of the 479 Suppl, 69| this cannot be said of the ~souls of men. Nevertheless, according 480 Suppl, 69| it is ~competent to the souls of the saints that they 481 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 6: Although the souls of the saints or of the 482 Suppl, 69| that, After death men's souls cannot find rest save by 483 Suppl, 69| Gen. ad lit. xii). But the souls of the saints have not at 484 Suppl, 69| answer that, The abodes of souls after death may be distinguished 485 Suppl, 69| the ~places, inasmuch as souls are punished or rewarded 486 Suppl, 69| just as abodes are due to souls on account of sin, so are ~ 487 Suppl, 69| abodes are appointed to souls after death on account of ~ 488 Suppl, 69| number of abodes, ~in which souls are punished or rewarded 489 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/1~OBJ 8: Further, souls are sometimes punished in 490 Suppl, 69| answer that, The abodes of souls are distinguished according 491 Suppl, 69| distinguished according to the ~souls' various states. Now the 492 Suppl, 69| we have purgatory where souls are detained from ~receiving 493 Suppl, 69| OBJ 8: Although separated souls are sometimes punished in 494 Suppl, 69| deterred from sin. That souls while yet in the flesh ~ 495 Suppl, 69| of the abodes to ~which souls are assigned after the state 496 Suppl, 69| is assigned to ~the holy souls separated from their bodies 497 Suppl, 69| was not assigned to the souls of the Fathers both ~before 498 Suppl, 69| after the glorification of souls.~ 499 Suppl, 70| Remin. i. Now separated souls will actually remember the ~ 500 Suppl, 70| hold to be in separated souls, are in the ~irascible and


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