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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 7 | considered that things flow forth infinitely from the first 2 1, 10 | it is said, ~"His going forth is from the beginning, from 3 1, 12 | or possible things shine forth in God as in a ~mirror; 4 1, 12 | sufficiently contains and shows forth all ~things; but it does 5 1, 13 | substance, but rather shows forth what He is not; or expresses ~ 6 1, 19 | the martyrs should shine forth ~from all their persecutions. 7 1, 20 | real or imaginary, ~calls forth our love, by which we will 8 1, 21 | in effects of will, shows forth the justice of God. Hence 9 1, 27 | way of a cause proceeding forth to its exterior effect, 10 1, 27 | sense, importing the issuing forth from potentiality to act; 11 1, 27 | the hills, I was brought forth." (Prov. 8:24). ~In our 12 1, 35 | means whatever proceeds forth in ~likeness to another. 13 1, 41 | the Lord Who stretcheth ~forth the heavens, and layeth 14 1, 42 | Micheas 5:2: ~"His going forth is from the beginning, from 15 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: The Son's going forth from the Father is by mode 16 1, 42 | therein. Hence this going forth in God is only by the distinction 17 1, 43 | origin, as a tree ~sends forth its flowers. The habitude 18 1, 43 | procession" and "going forth." Others ~express the term 19 1, 43 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 20 1, 43 | charity ~of God is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 21 1, 43 | word, but ~one Who breathes forth Love. Hence Augustine says ( 22 1, 43 | illumination, which breaks forth into the ~affection of love, 23 1, 43 | meditation a fire shall flame forth." Thus Augustine plainly 24 1, 43 | creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole Trinity. Therefore 25 1, 43 | lightning and ~thunder issuing forth when the law was given on 26 1, 43 | are made in order to show forth in some special way this 27 1, 43 | made to Christ should show forth the invisible mission made 28 1, 43 | fruitful animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority 29 1, 43 | Transfiguration showed it forth in the appearance of a bright 30 1, 43 | form of ~breathing to show forth the power of their ministry 31 1, 43 | of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; 32 1, 45 | make something by ~bringing forth something from what was 33 1, 49 | A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 51 | intelligible things are set forth by the likenesses of things 35 1, 51 | of men, and they brought forth children, ~these are the 36 1, 51 | intelligible ~things to be set forth in Scripture under sensible 37 1, 56 | because ~heat would give forth heat none the less if it 38 1, 56 | in the Word of God, came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, 39 1, 57 | is clear that there comes forth ~from God not only whatever 40 1, 57 | brightness of the body will show forth the quality of ~the soul; 41 1, 58 | power of the angel shines forth with the clear simplicity 42 1, 61 | production of ~things are set forth in the opening of Genesis. 43 1, 62 | natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and to generate fire; 44 1, 65 | as it were, and ~shows forth the Divine goodness, to 45 1, 65 | immaterial horse, and so forth, and that from such ~the 46 1, 68 | it is ~necessary to set forth the different opinions of 47 1, 69 | thistles shall ~it bring forth to thee," show that by the 48 1, 69 | 12): "The earth brought forth the ~green herb," after 49 1, 69 | when "the ~earth brought forth the green herb." But concerning 50 1, 69 | Let the earth bring forth the green herb, and such 51 1, 69 | is said: "Shall it ~bring forth TO THEE."~Aquin.: SMT FP 52 1, 70 | work of adornment is set ~forth by the production of things 53 1, 70 | sixth, ~animals are brought forth, to move upon the earth 54 1, 70 | says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~Aquin.: 55 1, 70 | the moon ~another, and so forth. Hence, speaking of such 56 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature ~having 57 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping creature having 58 1, 71 | higher order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~ 59 1, 71 | birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the more perfect 60 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature having ~ 61 1, 72 | words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," should 62 1, 72 | been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed creatures."~ 63 1, 73 | goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, in communicating ~ 64 1, 75 | animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" (Gn. 1: 65 1, 76 | flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, do not make the species; 66 1, 76 | it is in the ear; and so ~forth. We must observe, however, 67 1, 41 | the Lord Who stretcheth ~forth the heavens, and layeth 68 1, 42 | Micheas 5:2: ~"His going forth is from the beginning, from 69 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: The Son's going forth from the Father is by mode 70 1, 42 | therein. Hence this going forth in God is only by the distinction 71 1, 43 | origin, as a tree ~sends forth its flowers. The habitude 72 1, 43 | procession" and "going forth." Others ~express the term 73 1, 43 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 74 1, 43 | charity ~of God is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 75 1, 43 | word, but ~one Who breathes forth Love. Hence Augustine says ( 76 1, 43 | illumination, which breaks forth into the ~affection of love, 77 1, 43 | meditation a fire shall flame forth." Thus Augustine plainly 78 1, 43 | creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole Trinity. Therefore 79 1, 43 | lightning and ~thunder issuing forth when the law was given on 80 1, 43 | are made in order to show forth in some special way this 81 1, 43 | made to Christ should show forth the invisible mission made 82 1, 43 | fruitful animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority 83 1, 43 | Transfiguration showed it forth in the appearance of a bright 84 1, 43 | form of breathing to show forth the power of their ministry 85 1, 43 | of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; 86 1, 46 | make something by ~bringing forth something from what was 87 1, 50 | A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 52 | intelligible things are set forth by the likenesses of things 89 1, 52 | of men, and they brought forth children, ~these are the 90 1, 52 | intelligible ~things to be set forth in Scripture under sensible 91 1, 57 | because ~heat would give forth heat none the less if it 92 1, 57 | in the Word of God, came forth from Him in two ~ways: first, 93 1, 58 | is clear that there comes forth ~from God not only whatever 94 1, 58 | brightness of the body will show forth the quality of ~the soul; 95 1, 59 | power of the angel shines forth with the clear simplicity 96 1, 62 | production of ~things are set forth in the opening of Genesis. 97 1, 63 | natural ~tendency to give forth heat, and to generate fire; 98 1, 66 | as it were, and ~shows forth the Divine goodness, to 99 1, 66 | immaterial horse, and so forth, and that from such ~the 100 1, 69 | it is ~necessary to set forth the different opinions of 101 1, 70 | thistles shall ~it bring forth to thee," show that by the 102 1, 70 | 12): "The earth brought forth the ~green herb," after 103 1, 70 | when "the ~earth brought forth the green herb." But concerning 104 1, 70 | Let the earth bring forth the green herb, and such 105 1, 70 | is said: "Shall it ~bring forth TO THEE."~Aquin.: SMT FP 106 1, 71 | work of adornment is set ~forth by the production of things 107 1, 71 | sixth, ~animals are brought forth, to move upon the earth 108 1, 71 | says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~Aquin.: 109 1, 71 | the moon ~another, and so forth. Hence, speaking of such 110 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature ~having 111 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping creature having 112 1, 71 | higher order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~ 113 1, 71 | birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the more perfect 114 1, 71 | words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature having ~ 115 1, 71 | words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," should 116 1, 71 | been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed creatures."~ 117 1, 72 | goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, in communicating ~ 118 1, 74 | animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" (Gn. 1: 119 1, 75 | flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, do not make the species; 120 1, 75 | it is in the ear; and so ~forth. We must observe, however, 121 1, 83 | called "per se" horse, and so forth. He said therefore ~that 122 1, 83 | individual horse, and so ~forth. Wherefore the nature of 123 1, 88 | for the dead by pouring forth ~prayer on their behalf, 124 1, 89 | But he who breathes sends forth something of ~himself. Therefore 125 1, 89 | breathing ~does not send forth anything of his own substance, 126 1, 92 | internal word; and thence break forth into love. But, ~since the 127 1, 95 | order would the more shine ~forth among men. Inequality might 128 1, 96 | 22): "Lest perhaps he put forth ~his hand, and take of the 129 1, 104 | God in the fire, and so forth. But this is ~impossible. 130 1, 107 | labor in ~the fields, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 131 1, 107 | grace; for "it is poured forth in our hearts by the ~Holy 132 1, 107 | knowledge fully, they pour it forth ~copiously upon others.~ 133 1, 111 | powers assist, who do not go forth ~as messengers to men." 134 1, 114 | by quantity, can issue ~forth by acting on something else.~ 135 1, 117 | 20: "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creatures having ~ 136 2 | those things which came forth from the ~power of God in 137 2, 1 | which it is proper to flow ~forth into its effects according 138 2, 5 | body; as Augustine sets forth in De ~Civ. Dei xix, 4. 139 2, 7 | holy time or place, and so forth. And so in ~the passage 140 2, 7 | circumstances are properly set forth in the third book of ~Ethics?~ 141 2, 7 | circumstances are not properly set forth ~in Ethic. iii, 1. For a 142 2, 7 | strike hard or gently, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[7] A[3] 143 2, 11 | perceive sounds; and so forth. But the end of a thing 144 2, 12 | to have health, ~and so forth. Secondly, it considers 145 2, 19 | treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good," ~a 146 2, 20 | A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can 147 2, 20 | can an evil tree ~bring forth good fruit." But, according 148 2, 28 | into the beloved, going forth out from himself as it were.~ 149 2, 28 | something else, so that it goes forth out from itself, as it were.~ 150 2, 31 | as the inward joy breaks forth from its bounds; and ~"cheerfulness" 151 2, 32 | gives pleasure as showing forth one's good. But in ~so far 152 2, 38 | that "sorrow is ~driven forth by pleasure, both by a contrary 153 2, 40 | obtain; namely, a stretching forth of the appetite to such 154 2, 46 | pleasure, sorrow, and so forth: by way of a complex object, 155 2, 46 | the hare in fear, and so forth. On the part of ~reason, 156 2, 46 | nor fury when it breaketh ~forth." But hatred sometimes has 157 2, 47 | despise ~philosophy," and so forth. But contempt of philosophy 158 2, 47 | in his eloquence, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 159 2, 48 | be dishonored": ~and so forth. Therefore the same cause 160 2, 49 | health, ~beauty, and so forth, which imply the adjustment 161 2, 54 | towards the center, and so forth. Now the whole force of 162 2, 57 | build," "to saw," and so forth; whereas "doing" is an action 163 2, 60 | our benefactors, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[60] A[ 164 2, 65 | rectitude or discretion: and so forth. This, too, is the reason 165 2, 65 | charity of God is poured forth in ~our hearts by the Holy 166 2, 66 | greater rational good shines forth, as stated above (A[1]). 167 2, 66 | the ~rational good shine forth in each. Now in things touching 168 2, 68 | charity of God is poured ~forth in our hearts by the Holy 169 2, 69 | in food and drink, and so forth; this he excludes by saying 170 2, 70 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy ~ 171 2, 72 | same head, that fire gives forth heat, and that it does not ~ 172 2, 72 | and that it does not ~give forth cold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 173 2, 73 | A good tree cannot bring forth ~evil fruit": and the greater 174 2, 75 | good ~tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). 175 2, 77 | in our members to bring forth fruit ~unto death." Now 176 2, 77 | proper to mortal sin to bring forth fruit unto ~death. Therefore 177 2, 78 | vicious habit may break forth into a virtuous act, because 178 2, 81 | acuteness of intellect, and so forth; ~but nowise those that 179 2, 82 | disobedience, gluttony, and so forth; or by several parts of 180 2, 85 | powers of the soul, and so forth. Secondly, ~since man has 181 2, 87 | diabolical possession, ~and so forth, and yet there is no sin 182 2, 88 | excessive ~laughter, and so forth: and such sins are venial 183 2, 94 | education of offspring and so forth. Thirdly, there is in man 184 2, 98 | that, The Old Law showed forth the precepts of the natural 185 2, 99 | only are those things set forth to which reason cannot reach, 186 2, 99 | the things of God are set forth ~in the Scriptures not only 187 2, 99 | certain things should be set forth to indicate the authority ~ 188 2, 99 | evils are not suitably set forth ~as punishments or rewards 189 2, 99 | Vulg.: 'and stretching'] forth myself to ~those that are 190 2, 100 | decalogue are suitably set forth?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 191 2, 100 | decalogue are unsuitably ~set forth. Because sin, as stated 192 2, 100 | the Law are suitably set forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 193 2, 100 | fortitude, sobriety, and so forth. And ~yet such is not the 194 2, 101 | tabernacle, the vessels and so forth. With regard to the worshippers ~ 195 2, 101 | of food, clothing, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 196 2, 102 | Unction, and Matrimony, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 197 2, 102 | circumcision. This ~reason is set forth by the Apostle (Rm. 4:9, 198 2, 102 | Egyptians pressed them to go forth ~speedily, as related in 199 2, 102 | neither shall you carry forth ~of the flesh thereof out 200 2, 102 | sacrifices, oblations, and so forth. Now ~men are hindered in 201 2, 102 | consecration was poured forth by him ~on to others, just 202 2, 102 | all that is first brought forth of man and beast, as ~being 203 2, 102 | unfitting command that is set forth in Lev. 19:23: ~"when you 204 2, 102 | an absurd commandment set forth in Dt. ~23:13, that they 205 2, 102 | dwell; as is clearly set forth in the same passage, where 206 2, 105 | do men ~let houses and so forth. But there is no need for 207 2, 105 | selling, giving, and so forth. Now the Law provided ~sufficiently 208 2, 105 | Whether the Old Law set forth suitable precepts about 209 2, 105 | seem that the Old Law set forth unsuitable precepts ~about 210 2, 105 | it seems that the Law put forth unsuitable judicial precepts ~ 211 2, 106 | Gospel. But the Gospel is set forth in writing, ~according to 212 2, 106 | Testament, "the Law was set forth in an outward fashion, that 213 2, 107 | points of faith are set forth in the ~New Law, which are 214 2, 107 | earth ~of itself bringeth forth fruit, first the blade, 215 2, 107 | as follows: "He brought ~forth first the blade, i.e. the 216 2, 107 | point of their being set forth explicitly. ~But as to the 217 2, 107 | Reply OBJ 3: What is set forth implicitly needs to be declared ~ 218 2, 108 | Holy Ghost, which is shown forth by faith ~that worketh through 219 2, 108 | first, and thence flowed ~forth to us. Hence it is written ( 220 2, 108 | faith which were not set forth explicitly in the Old ~Law; 221 2, 108 | not kill, or steal, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 222 2, 108 | He permitted them to set forth to preach ~without scrip 223 2, 109 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts by the ~Holy 224 2, 109 | love of the angels were set forth, man in ~a state of perfect 225 2, 109 | no created thing can put forth any act, unless by virtue 226 2, 111 | prophecy and miracles and so forth, men ~are induced to unite 227 2, 112 | instrument does not bring ~forth the action of the principal 228 2, 113 | behind, and ~stretching forth myself to those that are 229 2, 113 | But whoever is stretching ~forth to righteousness has his 230 2, 113 | forget ~them, and not stretch forth to them by a movement of 231 2, 113 | O God, Who dost show forth Thine all-mightiness most 232 2, 1 | and Unity of God, and so forth. Therefore things that are 233 2, 1 | Christ, His Passion and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[7] 234 2, 1 | general ~council and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[10] 235 2, 2 | another with his sword, and so forth, is ~reduced to the object 236 2, 2 | the son of Jesse, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 237 2, 2 | Thy testament hast ~sent forth Thy prisoners out of the 238 2, 4 | in the truth, and showing forth the truth in him," comes ~ 239 2, 5 | three Persons in God, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[2] 240 2, 9 | this reason sorrow is set forth in this ~beatitude, as the 241 2, 11 | questions of geometry and so forth, which cannot belong to ~ 242 2, 16 | movement or a stretching ~forth of the appetite towards 243 2, 18 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts, by ~the Holy 244 2, 19 | a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). 245 2, 21 | these precepts were set forth from the very outset under 246 2, 22 | feed the ~hungry and so forth. Therefore true virtue is 247 2, 23 | charity of God is ~poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 248 2, 23 | but one luminary shedding forth the light of ~charity.~Aquin.: 249 2, 24 | and birds were ~brought forth out of the waters, and animals 250 2, 24 | of their being, and so forth. Therefore sinners love 251 2, 27 | charity of God is poured ~forth in our hearts by the Holy 252 2, 28 | nor ~fury when it breaketh forth." For the same reason the 253 2, 29 | every ~natural agent pours forth its activity first and most 254 2, 29 | In like manner God pours forth the gifts of His goodness 255 2, 29 | spiritual matters, and so ~forth): and various benefits should 256 2, 29 | instance, rapine, theft and so forth. Therefore beneficence is 257 2, 30 | this respect they bring forth a spiritual fruit, according 258 2, 30 | minors, lunatics ~and so forth, or when a man, with the 259 2, 32 | in ~our members to bring forth fruit unto death." Now all 260 2, 41 | good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). 261 2, 42 | charity, which "is poured forth in our hearts by the ~Holy 262 2, 43 | charity of God is poured forth in our hearts by the ~Holy 263 2, 45 | a house, a knife and ~so forth; and prudence, being concerned 264 2, 48 | tradesmen, ~craftsmen, and so forth. But there are no species 265 2, 56 | murder, adultery and ~so forth. But the rendering to each 266 2, 58 | charity, which "is poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 267 2, 59 | witness, detractions and so ~forth, whereby he is deprived 268 2, 64 | image resides, is shown forth in ~man's creation (Gn. 269 2, 64 | is the curse that goeth forth over the face of the earth; 270 2, 75 | strong, run ~well and so forth. Such qualities the seller 271 2, 76 | love for the lender, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 272 2, 76 | money, wheat, wine and so forth, the lender is not ~bound 273 2, 76 | or land ~property and so forth. Wherefore if a man has 274 2, 77 | Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit ~shall be cut 275 2, 79 | offering of sacrifices and so forth, are done out ~of reverence 276 2, 79 | sacrifices, oblations, and so forth; while it is called sanctity, ~ 277 2, 81 | attainment ~of good to be set forth before those relating to 278 2, 84 | oblations ~such as loaves and so forth, and they do so for no other 279 2, 84 | it ~belongs to him to set forth the Divine teachings and 280 2, 85 | that the earth bringeth forth year by year; and thou shalt ~ 281 2, 85 | rulers and soldiers and ~so forth. Hence the Apostle proves 282 2, 85 | grow in his garden and so forth. ~Therefore neither on these 283 2, 86 | of a good purpose and so forth, may consist in a mere movement ~ 284 2, 86 | offering tithes and so forth as mentioned further on 285 2, 86 | whosoever shall first come forth out ~of the doors of my 286 2, 87 | neither can an evil tree bring forth good ~fruit." Now swearing 287 2, 89 | of the Godhead, "showing ~forth and praising the names of 288 2, 92 | Jupiter, Mercury, and so forth. Others again deemed the 289 2, 92 | a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit," according to 290 2, 92 | homicides, mutilations, and so forth. Nevertheless certain sins 291 2, 93 | of the Healer might shine forth ~more graciously." Now it 292 2, 93 | drought or rain ~and so forth, it will be neither an unlawful 293 2, 93 | from rain and wind ~and so forth).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 294 2, 93 | the brethren and pouring forth prayer to God." ~Thirdly, 295 2, 93 | Ghost was not ~yet poured forth into the Church: "whereas 296 2, 94 | certain strange words, and so forth. ~Wherefore this art does 297 2, 94 | if you trip when going forth; when the rats have gnawed 298 2, 98 | chrism, holy oil, and so forth. Therefore it would seem 299 2, 98 | correction, dispensation, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 300 2, 99 | had to be divided, and so ~forth: but chiefly, because there 301 2, 100 | matters of ~learning, and so forth. Hence it is that all such 302 2, 101 | bowing, saluting, and so forth, or by external things, 303 2, 102 | instance to love God, and so forth: and by no ~means may such 304 2, 102 | of the household; and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 305 2, 107 | science, holiness and so forth. This is ~done without prejudice 306 2, 115 | nature of goodness by giving forth ~its own act: and the acts 307 2, 115 | which liberality gives forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 308 2, 116 | a ~wife, clothes, and so forth, as stated in De Praedicamentis), ~ 309 2, 116 | pleasures, honors, and so forth, which are ~desirable under 310 2, 120 | the body, sleep, ~and so forth. Hence according to the 311 2, 120 | cooking of food and ~so forth. And again in the New Law, 312 2, 120 | whereas ~support and so forth are due to them accidentally, 313 2, 120 | detractions, insults, and so forth, are ~understood to be forbidden 314 2, 124 | and when he ought, and so forth. Now this mode ~of reason 315 2, 125 | denoted, that "he goeth forth boldly to meet armed men ~[* 316 2, 125 | pranceth boldly, he goeth forth to meet armed men']." But 317 2, 126 | an appetite stretching ~forth to great things by desire, 318 2, 127 | name denotes stretching forth of ~the mind to great things. 319 2, 128 | that are behind, I stretch forth [Vulg.: 'and ~stretching 320 2, 128 | Vulg.: 'and ~stretching forth'] myself to those that are 321 2, 128 | Apostle stretched himself forth to the things ~that were 322 2, 134 | charity of God is poured forth in our ~hearts by the Holy 323 2, 137 | order in which they ~are set forth, observing at the same time 324 2, 139 | nor fury when it breaketh ~forth; and who can bear the violence [ 325 2, 146 | impatience of delay, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[148] A[ 326 2, 152 | kisses, touches, and so forth.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 327 2, 153 | wealth, or honor and ~so forth. Hence Tully either understood 328 2, 154 | for honor, riches, and so forth, ~which seem to be good 329 2, 156 | nor fury when it breaketh forth: and who can bear ~the violence 330 2, 156 | and as he does not break forth into the outward ~signs 331 2, 160 | hatred of God, murder, and so forth, are more grievous ~sins 332 2, 162 | of the ~earth "to bring forth thorns and thistles," and 333 2, 162 | sorrow shalt thou ~bring forth." As regards family life 334 2, 162 | thistles ~shall it bring forth to thee."~Aquin.: SMT SS 335 2, 162 | earth would have brought forth thorns and ~thistles to 336 2, 162 | before sin, the earth brought forth no ~thorns and thistles, 337 2, 162 | suffer sorrows and bring forth her child with pain: ~except 338 2, 169 | and 3 Kgs. 19:11: "Go forth and stand upon the mount 339 2, 170 | 3 Kgs. 22:22, "I will go forth, and be a lying ~spirit 340 2, 171 | of the First Truth shines forth on ~man's mind, so that 341 2, 172 | according to Ps. ~42:3, "Send forth Thy light and Thy truth: 342 2, 178 | Thy hands: I ~stretched forth my hands to Thee."~Aquin.: 343 2, 181 | high or low rank, and so forth. Wherefore ~in the civil 344 2, 181 | in Christ as head, flows forth to His members in various 345 2, 181 | and ~so is a judge, and so forth. Wherefore Isidore says ( 346 2, 181 | charity which "is poured ~forth in our hearts by the Holy 347 2, 182 | worldly business, and so forth. Hence Augustine says ~( 348 2, 183 | certain . . . man brought ~forth plenty of fruits," says: " 349 2, 183 | continence, poverty, and so forth, a ~religious, even after 350 2, 184 | stick from the ground and so forth, which do not ~come under 351 2, 184 | and our neighbor, and so forth, should pertain to the ~ 352 2, 184 | humility, patience, and so forth, do not come under the ~ 353 2, 184 | contents of the law are set forth by way of ~precept; for 354 2, 185 | to preach, teach, and so forth, because the religious state ~ 355 2, 185 | others teachers, ~and so forth, according to the words 356 2, 185 | receive alms, having poured forth all her wealth for ~Christ' 357 2, 187 | Afterwards we ~are brought forth to the light by being regenerated 358 2, 187 | doubt not, and stretching forth to receive and embrace me, 359 3, 2 | called "birth" or "sprouting forth," the word ~"natura" meaning, 360 3, 4 | future holiness should shine forth. And ~hence, even in the 361 3, 13 | action is considered to come forth from the agent; but ~knowledge 362 3, 15 | given ~Him, and He went forth conquering that He might 363 3, 23 | charity; which is ~"poured forth in our hearts by the Holy 364 3, 25 | manger, the cave and so forth." Yet these very things 365 3, 27 | believe that she, who ~brought forth "the Only-Begotten of the 366 3, 27 | 5): "Before thou camest forth out of the womb, I ~sanctified 367 3, 27 | formation, but before he "came ~forth out of the womb," etc.~Aquin.: 368 3, 27 | she ~conceived and brought forth Him who most certainly was 369 3, 27 | grace; and by ~bringing Him forth, she, in a manner, dispensed 370 3, 27 | 5): "Before thou ~camest forth out of the womb I sanctified 371 3, 27 | Jeremias, "Before thou camest forth out of the womb, I sanctified 372 3, 28 | womb, that He might ~go forth unspotted." But opening 373 3, 28 | Christ's body should come forth from His ~Mother's closed 374 3, 28 | Therefore He ~did not come forth through the closed womb 375 3, 28 | read: "Whosoever ~brings forth mere flesh, ceases to be 376 3, 28 | our ~word, when brought forth, corrupt the mind; nor does 377 3, 28 | that our Lord in coming forth violated the ~abode of her 378 3, 28 | purity; but the mere coming forth of the infant ~from the 379 3, 28 | subtlety," when He came forth from the closed womb of 380 3, 28 | her ~not till she brought forth her first-born Son." Now 381 3, 29 | same power of God brought ~forth the infant's limbs out of 382 3, 30 | thy womb, and shalt bring forth a son."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 383 3, 31 | on the contrary, sets forth Christ's genealogy not at 384 3, 32 | to receive and to bring forth the Word of God." But she 385 3, 32 | remaining a virgin, bring Him forth, not actively, but ~passively, 386 3, 35 | sorrow shalt thou bring forth ~children." But Christ was 387 3, 35 | objections), that Christ came forth from the closed womb of ~ 388 3, 35 | Like the lily, it shall bud forth ~and blossom, and shall 389 3, 35 | sorrow ~shalt thou bring forth children," the following 390 3, 35 | therefore ~did she bring Him forth without pain, without violation 391 3, 35 | Child whom she had brought forth, ~"and laid Him in a manger." 392 3, 35 | 3): "The law shall come forth from Sion, and the ~Word 393 3, 35 | out of thee shall He come forth unto Me, that is to be the ~ 394 3, 36 | bond nor free," and ~so forth. And in order that this 395 3, 36 | therefore, do the ~'heavens show forth the glory of God.'" Moreover, 396 3, 36 | suddenly a new star shines forth in ~the heavens." Therefore 397 3, 36 | 2:3: "The Law shall come forth from Sion, and the Word 398 3, 37 | 1:21: "She shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call 399 3, 37 | 25) that "he that came ~forth first was red and hairy 400 3, 37 | Israel." But Christ came ~forth from the closed womb of 401 3, 37 | hitherto had entered or gone forth therefrom. ~Again, for a 402 3, 37 | Blessed Virgin brought ~forth a male child without receiving 403 3, 39 | understand that baptism brings forth perfect men, according to ~ 404 3, 39 | behooved that to be shown forth in Him, which is becoming 405 3, 39 | morning star, but comes forth while the latter is still 406 3, 39 | those things to be shown forth which ~belong to the efficacy 407 3, 39 | the Holy Ghost is poured forth on others through Christ, ~ 408 3, 39 | of the Trinity is shown forth in Christ's baptism. ~our 409 3, 40 | sigh and grieve is shown ~forth." And yet there was no inconsistency 410 3, 41 | Christ in doing this set forth the mystery of ~Adam's delivery 411 3, 41 | kingdom or city ~lay, and set forth to Him in words their glory 412 3, 42 | but ~if it die it bringeth forth much fruit" (Jn. 12:20-25); 413 3, 42 | into writing what He showed forth and said to them, by no 414 3, 42 | nothing: since His members put forth that which they ~knew under 415 3, 43 | the Divine, which shines forth in miracles; and ~"another," 416 3, 43 | doctrine, ~and in order to show forth His Divine power. Therefore, 417 3, 43 | wonders; say they, show ~forth the presence of so great 418 3, 44 | was not fitting to show forth to men other miracles ~as 419 3, 44 | the sun's power to send forth ~or withdraw its rays: for 420 3, 44 | hidden Godhead, which shone forth even in His human ~countenance, 421 3, 44 | Every man at ~first setteth forth good wine," Chrysostom says: " 422 3, 45 | subtlety, when He ~came forth from the closed womb of 423 3, 45 | His mortal body He shows forth, not the state of immortality, 424 3, 45 | and of subtlety in ~coming forth from the Virgin's closed 425 3, 46 | but if it die, it bringeth forth ~much fruit." Upon this 426 3, 46 | a salutary spring gushed forth from a ~spiritual rock; 427 3, 46 | Amalec, Moses stretched ~forth his arms with rod in hand; 428 3, 46 | constructed of timbers, as is set forth Ex. ~27:, and in this respect 429 3, 46 | tender, and the leaves come forth, you ~know that summer is 430 3, 46 | passage continues: "Let us go forth therefore to Him ~without 431 3, 46 | everywhere the cross shines forth."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 432 3, 46 | one on His left, to set forth by the ~very appearance 433 3, 46 | document, he will be led forth to endure the ~death sentence, 434 3, 47 | goodness" ~(Rm. 11:22) shines forth, since by no penalty endured 435 3, 49 | the Father and the showing forth of His Godhead, ~according 436 3, 51 | be hindered from ~going forth by rising again.~Aquin.: 437 3, 51 | strenuously, their deeds shine forth in their ~lifetime; but 438 3, 51 | remained in the tomb ~shows forth the effect of His death. 439 3, 52 | Thy Testament hast sent forth Thy prisoners out of ~the 440 3, 52 | Thirdly, that as He showed ~forth His power on earth by living 441 3, 52 | Zach. 9:11) that "He sent forth prisoners out of the pit, 442 3, 52 | Thy testament hast sent forth Thy ~prisoners out of the 443 3, 52 | Thy testament ~hast sent forth Thy prisoners out of the 444 3, 52 | gloss says: "By ~leading forth the elect, and leaving there 445 3, 53 | members. Accordingly, to show forth the excellence of Christ' 446 3, 53 | made the light to ~shine forth from darkness, in order 447 3, 55 | concerning Me": as is set forth Lk. 24:44.~Aquin.: SMT TP 448 3, 55 | nature, and others to show forth His ~glory in rising again. 449 3, 57 | Christ did ~when He went forth from the Virgin's sealed 450 3, 63 | sacrament. Now grace is poured ~forth into the soul by the whole 451 3, 63 | charity of God is ~poured forth in our hearts, by the Holy 452 3, 66 | was pure ~water gushing forth miraculously like the blood 453 3, 68 | part of the child comes ~forth first, as we read in Gn. 454 3, 68 | of the ~infants, one put forth a hand, whereon the midwife 455 3, 68 | saying: This shall come forth the first. But he drawing 456 3, 68 | his hand, ~the other came forth." Now sometimes in such 457 3, 68 | s womb have not yet come forth ~into the world to live 458 3, 68 | child ~has entirely come forth from the womb before baptizing 459 3, 69 | Ghost, Whom He hath poured forth upon us abundantly," i.e. " 460 3, 69 | that by which man brings forth good works; not that by 461 3, 69 | which when a man comes ~forth, the gates of the heavenly 462 3, 69 | as it is concerned, sends forth its heat ~equally to all.~ 463 3, 70 | said to him (Gn. 13:1): "Go forth out of thy country and from 464 3, 70 | or a goat, is ~brought forth, they shall be seven days 465 3, 72 | the Holy Ghost was to flow forth ~to others. Again, the Holy 466 3, 72 | if anyone happened to go forth from this life without being ~ 467 3, 73 | among men something to show forth our ~Lord's Passion; the 468 3, 74 | under the Old Law, shows forth Christ's ~Passion more fully 469 3, 74 | the chalice, and springs forth unto everlasting life."~ 470 3, 75 | Jesus was Himself brought ~forth of a Virgin beyond nature?" 471 3, 78 | thee." But in the words set forth ~above there is no mention 472 3, 78 | by reason of its showing ~forth: yet it is called "eternal" 473 3, 79 | from all that has been set forth that this sacrament bestows 474 3, 79 | Like ~lions breathing forth fire, thus do we depart 475 3, 80 | dream by night, he shall go ~forth out of the camp; and he 476 3, 80 | because, as Baptism shows forth our Lord's Passion, so also 477 3, 80 | Christ's Passion is set ~forth. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 478 3, 80 | Holy Thursday," as is set forth in the Decretals (De ~Consecratione, 479 3, 81 | His birth, ~when He came forth from the closed womb of 480 3, 83 | birth, according as He ~went forth from the virginal womb, 481 3, 83 | to the Sunday, ~as is set forth in the Decretals (dist. 482 3, 83 | enemy's power may be driven forth. And for the same ~reason 483 3, 84 | of the Church are shown forth by the ~ministers of Christ, 484 3, 85 | labor, and have ~brought forth the spirit of salvation," 485 3, 86 | 136 ("My eyes have sent ~forth springs of water"), says 486 3, 90 | according to Lk. 3:8: "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy of 487 Suppl, 8 | regard ~to Baptism and so forth. though the action of the 488 Suppl, 8 | excommunicate, ~degraded, and so forth. Now whoever has jurisdiction, 489 Suppl, 12| walk, to speak, and so ~forth. Secondly, an act is said 490 Suppl, 12| place, ~bad company and so forth. Such causes are removed 491 Suppl, 13| commanded (Lk. 3:8): "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy of 492 Suppl, 13| present state of life, to put forth ~his whole power into any 493 Suppl, 14| the case of prayer and so forth. Interior works, since they 494 Suppl, 15| is a ~prayer which pours forth sighs for sin; this is penal 495 Suppl, 26| indulgence, does not pour forth anything of his own, and 496 Suppl, 29| Further, Christ showed forth the sacraments which He 497 Suppl, 29| OBJ 3: Christ did not show forth any sacrament except such 498 Suppl, 29| hence He did not show ~them forth.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 499 Suppl, 32| Now "from the heart come ~forth thoughts . . . that defile 500 Suppl, 34| sacrament is unsuitably set ~forth in the text (Sent. iv, D,


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