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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 19 | shown, secondly, from the character of a natural agent, of which ~ 2 1, 35 | to express the ~imperfect character of the divine image in man, 3 1, 66 | far as they agree in the character of ~potentiality.~Aquin.: 4 1, 67 | far as they agree in the character of ~potentiality.~Aquin.: 5 1, 94 | difficulty, by its penal character, enables the deed to satisfy ~ 6 2, 6 | through fear "are of a mixed character," being partly voluntary 7 2, 18 | 1: The end also has the character of an object, as stated ~ 8 2, 18 | to ~reason, and has the character of evil. But if it be directed 9 2, 18 | reason; wherefore it has the character of good. ~Now it must needs 10 2, 18 | either has in itself the ~character of goodness or malice, or 11 2, 18 | if it ~has in itself the character of good or evil, for this 12 2, 19 | matters can received the character ~of goodness or malice accidentally; 13 2, 19 | is good, can ~receive the character of evil, or that which is 14 2, 19 | is evil, can receive the ~character of goodness, on account 15 2, 19 | involuntary, it takes away the ~character of moral good and evil; 16 2, 24 | and hence it derives the ~character of passion. But there is 17 2, 26 | and in this respect the character ~of friendship is preserved. 18 2, 26 | concupiscence, loses ~the character to true friendship.~ 19 2, 29 | apprehend something to which the character of universality is given ~ 20 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: Delight has the character of passion, properly speaking, ~ 21 2, 37 | respect of its ~specific character: whereas if this movement 22 2, 40 | the arduous good, has the character of a principle of ~attraction, 23 2, 40 | unobtainable, it has the character of a principle ~of repulsion, 24 2, 40 | whereby it also ~lessens the character of hope: for the things 25 2, 41 | sorrow, fear ~chiefly has the character of passion. For as we have 26 2, 41 | it has most properly the character of passion; ~less, however, 27 2, 46 | But an obstacle has the character of evil. Therefore ~anger 28 2, 46 | hurtful, which ~bears the character of evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 46 | objects of ~hatred bear the character of evil: for the man who 30 2, 60 | bear, in some way, the character of ~justice. But the thing 31 2, 64 | circumstances, then it has the character of ~a mean: since these 32 2, 64 | the ~appetite, it has the character of a rule and measure. Consequently 33 2, 65 | fail to have the complete character of virtue, if prudence ~ 34 2, 65 | end, thus they have the ~character of virtue, truly and perfectly; 35 2, 65 | an ~act, have the perfect character of virtue. For instance, 36 2, 65 | they have not the perfect character of virtue without ~charity. 37 2, 65 | infused ~prudence has the character of prudence without charity; 38 2, 66 | to virtue, can have the ~character of something "more" or " 39 2, 72 | external acts, have the character ~of matter "about which"; 40 2, 72 | the ~will, they have the character of end; and it is owing 41 2, 72 | about which," they have the character of term, from which movement 42 2, 72 | in so far as term has the character of end.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 43 2, 73 | concerned, yet it has the character of an end, in so far as 44 2, 73 | more or less ~has not the character of a good or of an evil 45 2, 74 | intention." But sin has the character of evil. Therefore sin cannot 46 2, 75 | frequency. Nevertheless the character of ~guilt is lessened, since 47 2, 75 | Because the end has the character of good; which is ~inconsistent 48 2, 75 | with sin, which has the character of evil. In like manner ~ 49 2, 75 | it is inordinate, has the character of ~evil; but, in so far 50 2, 76 | which omissions have the character of sin; so that negligence, 51 2, 76 | grace, it may have the ~character of sin, even as ignorance; 52 2, 82 | of nature, and ~has the character of fault through being transmitted 53 2, 83 | its instrument, has the ~character of sin. Thus from the will 54 2, 83 | will, does not bear the ~character of guilt.~Aquin.: SMT FS 55 2, 83 | of the first sin, has the character of guilt, ~while whatever 56 2, 83 | accrues to the flesh, has the character, not of guilt but ~of punishment: 57 2, 84 | desires of ~sin, has the character of a root, and such are 58 2, 84 | Therefore sin has not the character of ~head: so that no sins 59 2, 84 | only those which have the character ~of primary origin, as covetousness 60 2, 84 | also those which have the character ~of proximate origin in 61 2, 85 | actual sin has more of the character of guilt than ~original 62 2, 85 | original justice has the character of punishment, ~even as 63 2, 87 | this that ~it derives the character of guilt. Whereas punishment 64 2, 87 | this ~penal ill has the character of punishment in regard 65 2, 87 | in ~the sin, it has the character of punishment in regard 66 2, 88 | referred to the end has not the character of finality.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 88 | moral acts derive their character of goodness and ~malice, 68 2, 90 | natural law above all has the character of law. But the natural 69 2, 91 | the Divine law bears the character of ~an eternal law, in so 70 2, 91 | Further, a law bears the character of a measure, as stated 71 2, 93 | his ~subjects, bears the character of a law, provided the other 72 2, 93 | things are created, has ~the character of art, exemplar or idea; 73 2, 93 | their due end, bears the character of law. ~Accordingly the 74 2, 94 | the law of nature have the character ~of one natural law, inasmuch 75 2, 96 | laws often bring loss of character and injury on ~man, according 76 2, 99 | so far as they have the character of a duty. Now a duty is 77 2, 99 | ordinances have not the character ~of a precept, but are directed 78 2, 100 | under a precept has the character of a ~duty. But the character 79 2, 100 | character of a ~duty. But the character of duty belongs to justice 80 2, 100 | the other virtues, has the character of ~justification, inasmuch 81 2, 100 | so far as they have the character of pleasurable or useful 82 2, 100 | so ~far as it bears the character of something undue: for 83 2, 114 | justice simply, ~there is the character of merit and reward simply. 84 2, 114 | only relative, there is no character of merit simply, ~but only 85 2, 114 | relatively, in so far as the character of justice is found ~there, 86 2, 114 | hence its action has the character ~of merit, which is not 87 2, 114 | Since our action has the character of merit, only on the ~presupposition 88 2, 8 | as already ~stated, the character of end, which the word fruit 89 2, 10 | the faith, it bears the character, not of ~sin, but of punishment, 90 2, 10 | A[1]) unbelief has the character ~of guilt, from its resisting 91 2, 10 | seems rather to bear the ~character of punishment. Hence, speaking 92 2, 11 | the chief truth, has the character ~of last end, while those 93 2, 11 | secondary truths, have the character ~of being directed to the 94 2, 13 | Ghost in us, it has the character of a ~special sin. According 95 2, 14 | nature. This dulness has the character of ~sin, just as blindness 96 2, 16 | obtain that good, has the character of an efficient cause. Now 97 2, 16 | observe whence it derives its character of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT SS 98 2, 16 | A[1]) that hope has the character of ~virtue from the fact 99 2, 18 | author, in so far as it has character of a good, since it is ~ 100 2, 18 | exaltation is, with the arduous character of a thing which ~fear regards: 101 2, 22 | not every ~love has the character of friendship, but that 102 2, 22 | already united has not the character of arduous: ~and this shows 103 2, 22 | foundation and root have the character of a ~material cause.~Aquin.: 104 2, 25 | Now the end has the character of principle in matters 105 2, 25 | first because it has the character of a more excellent good, ~ 106 2, 25 | has benefited, he has the character of a more excellent good, 107 2, 26 | act of charity has the ~character of an end, since man's ultimate 108 2, 27 | of the object, a special character, viz. "difficult," and ~" 109 2, 28 | the same disposition of character" ~(Rhet. ii, 9). Properly 110 2, 28 | both proceed from the same character" (Rhet. ii, 9). Now ~the 111 2, 28 | which case they assume ~the character of a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 29 | beneficence will assume a special character ~and will belong to some 113 2, 30 | placate God, it has the character of a sacrifice, and thus 114 2, 32 | aversion would not have the ~character of guilt, were it not voluntary. 115 2, 42 | sake, because it has the ~character of a good for its own sake: 116 2, 42 | direct us, the end has the ~character of principle, as stated 117 2, 52 | that it must needs have the character of a special sin according 118 2, 57 | the common good, have the ~character of injustice, as though 119 2, 63 | injuries take their sinful character from inflicting an ~injury 120 2, 66 | retribution, ~but in their character of medicine, conducing either 121 2, 71 | blackening of another's ~character by secret words?~Aquin.: 122 2, 71 | pertaining to his moral character, ~because from the very 123 2, 74 | accidentally it has the character of blasphemy; not so if 124 2, 76 | payment of the ~price has the character of a loan, so that whatever 125 2, 76 | payment of money has the character of a loan, the price ~of 126 2, 76 | The root has not only the character of matter, as money ~made 127 2, 76 | but has also somewhat the character of an active ~cause, in 128 2, 77 | strictly ~speaking, have the character of mortal sin. Transgression 129 2, 78 | justice. Now the essential character of justice ~consists in 130 2, 78 | and this has more of the character of due. Moreover ~this due 131 2, 79 | reason of their ~specific character.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[ 132 2, 79 | yet not so as to have the ~character of sanctity unless it be 133 2, 83 | any ~virtue assumes the character of a sacrifice through being 134 2, 84 | times, although this has the character of ~rent. Secondly, by reason 135 2, 93 | but not the ~same special, character of sin: for it is much more 136 2, 97 | things ~receive their sacred character from God. Therefore they 137 2, 97 | a thing assume a divine character through being deputed to ~ 138 2, 98 | simoniacally, receives ~the character of the Order on account 139 2, 98 | because ~he has received the character by stealth as it were, and 140 2, 99 | justice has more ~of the character of a general virtue than 141 2, 100 | carnal father partakes of the character of principle ~in a particular 142 2, 100 | a particular way, which character is found in God in a universal 143 2, 100 | respect, ~partakes of the character of father in a particular 144 2, 100 | virtue does not ~give him the character of a principle in relation 145 2, 103 | mortal sin, which ~has the character of perfect sin. Venial sin 146 2, 104 | when the ~repayment has the character of a legal debt, as in a 147 2, 104 | gratitude when it has ~the character of a moral debt. For in 148 2, 105 | sin, it has the perfect character of ingratitude, and when 149 2, 105 | sin, it has the imperfect character.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 150 2, 106 | are more of a medicinal ~character; wherefore the punishment 151 2, 109 | whereby a man simulates a character which is not his, as stated 152 2, 142 | properly speaking, has not the character of an ~arduous evil. For 153 2, 142 | since this reproach has the character of ~an arduous evil, just 154 2, 142 | evil, just as honor has the character of an arduous good, ~shamefacedness, 155 2, 143 | suffices to give a thing the character of honest.~Aquin.: SMT SS 156 2, 143 | thus that virtue has the character of honesty.~Aquin.: SMT 157 2, 143 | external conduct has the character of honesty, in so far as 158 2, 148 | to reason has more the ~character of an evil, than that which 159 2, 148 | diminished, even as the character of voluntariness ~is diminished. 160 2, 149 | judgment is of uniform character concerning all such objects, 161 2, 149 | venereal matters differ in character. ~Wherefore there must needs 162 2, 150 | purpose ~gives virginity its character of virtue. Hence Augustine 163 2, 152 | and thus it has not the character of a sin. For every sin ~ 164 2, 152 | nocturnal pollution has the ~character of sin from its cause: whereas 165 2, 152 | and sometimes it has the character of seduction, or of some 166 2, 156 | and has ~therefore the character of evil. Secondly, consequently, 167 2, 160 | this shows it to have the ~character of sin, because according 168 2, 160 | has somewhat of a generic ~character, inasmuch as all sins may 169 2, 160 | observed that this generic character of pride ~admits of the 170 2, 161 | towards one sin, and the ~character of sin attaches to that 171 2, 172 | did not entirely lose ~the character of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 172 2, 172 | revelation has not the character of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 173 2, 176 | deeds, yet they have not the character of a true miracle, because ~ 174 2, 180 | seem to have less of the character of merit than the active, ~ 175 2, 180 | active, ~but more of the character of reward.~Aquin.: SMT SS 176 2, 184 | consequently deprives it of the character of praise or merit; whereas 177 2, 187 | parents as such have the character of a principle, ~wherefore 178 3, 36 | testimony, being of a domestic character, would have ~aroused suspicion 179 3, 38 | conferred grace nor ~imprinted a character, but was merely "in water," 180 3, 39 | is an animal of a ~simple character, void of cunning and deceit: 181 3, 50 | which is the subject of the character of order: hence a man does ~ 182 3, 52 | in this sense it has the character of hell ~and sorrow. Consequently, 183 3, 62 | secondary effect, ~which is a character. Concerning the first there 184 3, 63 | THE SACRAMENTS, WHICH IS A CHARACTER (SIX ARTICLES)~We have now 185 3, 63 | sacraments, which is a ~character: and concerning this there 186 3, 63 | Whether by the sacraments a character is produced in the soul?~( 187 3, 63 | the soul?~(2) What is this character?~(3) Of whom is this character?~( 188 3, 63 | character?~(3) Of whom is this character?~(4) What is its subject?~( 189 3, 63 | every sacrament imprints a character?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 190 3, 63 | Whether a sacrament imprints a character on the soul?~Aquin.: SMT 191 3, 63 | sacrament does not imprint a character on the ~soul. For the word " 192 3, 63 | the ~soul. For the word "character" seems to signify some kind 193 3, 63 | sacraments ~do not imprint a character on the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 194 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a character is a distinctive sign. Now 195 3, 63 | Therefore it ~seems that no character is imprinted on the soul 196 3, 63 | Old Law did not imprint a character; whence ~they are called " 197 3, 63 | spirit in our hearts." But a character means nothing else than 198 3, 63 | sacraments God imprints His ~character on us. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 199 3, 63 | receive a certain spiritual character. Wherefore Augustine says ~( 200 3, 63 | return to the fight; is that ~character renewed, when the man has 201 3, 63 | on them, and is called a character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 202 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The character imprinted on the soul is 203 3, 63 | has received the baptismal character, through his being ~cleansed 204 3, 63 | sensible, can be called a ~character or a seal; thus the Apostle 205 3, 63 | no need of a spiritual ~character, and bodily circumcision 206 3, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a character is a spiritual power?~Aquin.: 207 3, 63 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a character is not a spiritual power. 208 3, 63 | a spiritual power. For ~"character" seems to be the same thing 209 3, 63 | second species. Therefore character is ~not a spiritual power.~ 210 3, 63 | Consequently, it seems that a character is a kind of light. Now 211 3, 63 | of quality. Therefore a character is ~not a power, since this 212 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, character is defined by some thus: " 213 3, 63 | defined by some thus: "A character is a ~holy sign of the communion 214 3, 63 | of "power." ~Therefore a character is not a spiritual power.~ 215 3, 63 | in the definition of a ~character is rather in the nature 216 3, 63 | of an effect. Therefore a character is ~not a spiritual power.~ 217 3, 63 | habit, and passion." Now a character is not a ~passion: since 218 3, 63 | passes quickly, whereas a character is ~indelible, as will be 219 3, 63 | well or ill: ~whereas a character is indifferent to either, 220 3, 63 | remains, therefore, that ~a character is a power.~Aquin.: SMT 221 3, 63 | of the New Law ~produce a character, in so far as by them we 222 3, 63 | passive power. Consequently, a character signifies a certain ~spiritual 223 3, 63 | For to have a sacramental character belongs to God's ministers: 224 3, 63 | incomplete nature: so also a character is not ~properly in a genus 225 3, 63 | properly. Consequently, ~a character cannot be in the fourth 226 3, 63 | sensible qualities. Now a character is not a sensible light. ~ 227 3, 63 | by this sign which is a ~character, cannot be founded immediately 228 3, 63 | And it ~is in this that a character essentially consists. Therefore 229 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A character is in the nature of a sign 230 3, 63 | Whether the sacramental character is the character of Christ?~ 231 3, 63 | sacramental character is the character of Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 232 3, 63 | seems that the sacramental character is not the character of ~ 233 3, 63 | sacramental character is not the character of ~Christ. For it is written ( 234 3, 63 | whereby you are sealed." But a character consists essentially in ~ 235 3, 63 | Therefore the sacramental character should be ~attributed to 236 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a character has the nature of a sign. 237 3, 63 | seems that the ~sacramental character should not be attributed 238 3, 63 | a man is marked with a character that he may be ~distinguishable 239 3, 63 | perdition are said to have "the character ~of the beast" (Apoc. 13: 240 3, 63 | seems that the ~sacramental character should not be attributed 241 3, 63 | the contrary, Some define character thus: "A character is a ~ 242 3, 63 | define character thus: "A character is a ~distinctive mark printed 243 3, 63 | rational soul by the eternal ~Character, whereby the created trinity 244 3, 63 | faith." But the eternal ~Character is Christ Himself, according 245 3, 63 | glory and the figure," or character, "of His ~substance." It 246 3, 63 | seems, therefore, that the character should properly be ~attributed 247 3, 63 | made clear above (A[1]), a character is ~properly a kind of seal, 248 3, 63 | soldiers are marked with a character as being deputed to ~military 249 3, 63 | purpose of the sacramental character. Now the whole rite ~of 250 3, 63 | clear that the sacramental character is specially the ~character 251 3, 63 | character is specially the ~character of Christ, to Whose character 252 3, 63 | character of Christ, to Whose character the faithful are likened 253 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 2: The sacramental character is a thing as regards the ~ 254 3, 63 | something can be attributed to a character in two ways. ~First, if 255 3, 63 | two ways. ~First, if the character be considered as a sacrament: 256 3, 63 | if it be considered as a character. And thus it is a sign ~ 257 3, 63 | is the author, ~receive a character by which they are likened 258 3, 63 | speaking, this is Christ's character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 259 3, 63 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: A character distinguishes one from another, 260 3, 63 | which he, who receives the character is ordained: ~as has been 261 3, 63 | concerning the military character (A[1]) by which a ~soldier 262 3, 63 | battle. In like manner the character of the faithful is that 263 3, 63 | results from the ~sacramental character. Wherefore the "character 264 3, 63 | character. Wherefore the "character of the beast" may be ~understood 265 3, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the character be subjected in the powers 266 3, 63 | OBJ 1: It seems that the character is not subjected in the 267 3, 63 | powers of the ~soul. For a character is said to be a disposition 268 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that the character is in the essence of the 269 3, 63 | habit and disposition. But a character, as stated above ~(A[2]), 270 3, 63 | Therefore it seems ~that the character is not subjected in a power 271 3, 63 | it cannot be said that a character ~is only in a cognitive 272 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that a character is not ~subjected in a power 273 3, 63 | 1/1~On the contrary, A character, according to its definition 274 3, 63 | the powers. Therefore a ~character is in the powers of the 275 3, 63 | As stated above (A[3]), a character is a kind of seal by ~which 276 3, 63 | existence. Therefore a ~character is subjected not in the 277 3, 63 | remotely or indirectly. Now a character disposes ~the soul directly 278 3, 63 | on those who receive the character, so that ~they may accomplish 279 3, 63 | should be ascribed to a character in respect of ~those actions 280 3, 63 | principles of the essence. Now a character is not a power of this kind. ~ 281 3, 63 | spiritual power, which is a character. For habit ~and disposition 282 3, 63 | OBJ 3: As stated above, a character is ordained unto things ~ 283 3, 63 | exterior signs. Consequently, a character needs to be in the ~soul' 284 3, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a character can be blotted out from 285 3, 63 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a character can be blotted out from 286 3, 63 | grace is more perfect than a character; because a ~character is 287 3, 63 | a character; because a ~character is ordained unto grace as 288 3, 63 | Much more, therefore, is a character so lost.~Aquin.: SMT TP 289 3, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, by a character a man is deputed to the 290 3, 63 | such lose the sacramental character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 291 3, 63 | exterior ~worship to which a character is ordained, will not endure 292 3, 63 | Therefore the sacramental character does not last in the soul 293 3, 63 | military ~service. But the character of military service is not 294 3, 63 | neither can the sacramental ~character be blotted out.~Aquin.: 295 3, 63 | A[3]), in a sacramental character ~Christ's faithful have 296 3, 63 | that Christ should have a character: but His ~Priesthood is 297 3, 63 | Priesthood is compared to a character, as that which is complete 298 3, 63 | therefore, the subject of a character is the soul as ~to its intellective 299 3, 63 | perpetual and incorruptible, a ~character cannot be blotted out from 300 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 1: Both grace and character are in the soul, but in 301 3, 63 | existence ~therein: whereas a character is in the soul, as an instrumental 302 3, 63 | agent: and consequently a character ~exists in the soul in an 303 3, 63 | Priesthood, from which the ~character flows like an instrumental 304 3, 63 | reason of this is that a character is an instrumental power, ~ 305 3, 63 | contrary direction, ~the character is not removed, by reason 306 3, 63 | Consequently, after this life the character remains, ~both in the good 307 3, 63 | their shame: just as the character of the military service ~ 308 3, 63 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a character is imprinted by each sacrament 309 3, 63 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a character is imprinted by all the 310 3, 63 | Priesthood. But the sacramental character is ~nothing but a participation 311 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that a character is imprinted by each ~sacrament 312 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a character may be compared to the soul 313 3, 63 | Therefore it seems that a character is imprinted by ~each sacrament 314 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a character is both a reality and a 315 3, 63 | and sacrament. Therefore a character is imprinted by each ~sacrament 316 3, 63 | Those sacraments in which a character is imprinted, are ~not reiterated, 317 3, 63 | not reiterated, because a character is indelible, as stated 318 3, 63 | the sacraments imprint a character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 319 3, 63 | by ~this same sacrament a character is not imprinted on man; 320 3, 63 | in Whom there is not the character, but the very plenitude 321 3, 63 | three sacraments imprint a character, namely, Baptism, ~Confirmation, 322 3, 63 | a sacrament to imprint a character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[63] A[ 323 3, 63 | sacraments, which imprint a character, bestow on man a certain ~ 324 3, 63 | Reply OBJ 3: Although a character is a reality and a sacrament, 325 3, 63 | a sacrament, is also a ~character. With regard to the other 326 3, 64 | Q[112], A[1]; while the character which is the ~interior effect 327 3, 64 | sacraments; since the sacramental character is indelible, as stated 328 3, 64 | and sacramental, viz. ~the character, it does not appear possible 329 3, 64 | of the recipient, since a character is never imprinted save 330 3, 64 | belongs to the ~spiritual character which is indelible, as explained 331 3, 65 | the sacraments imprint a character, viz. Baptism, ~Confirmation 332 3, 65 | Reply OBJ 3: The sacramental character, as stated above (Q[63], 333 3, 65 | that imprints Christ's character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[65] A[ 334 3, 66 | Para. 3/3~The Baptismal character is both reality and sacrament: 335 3, 66 | and reality - i.e. the ~character - and that which is reality 336 3, 66 | justification - remain: the character remains and is indelible, 337 3, 66 | things as pertaining to the character - namely, ~"seal" and "safeguarding"; 338 3, 66 | safeguarding"; inasmuch as the character which is called a ~seal, 339 3, 66 | because Baptism imprints a character, which is indelible, and ~ 340 3, 66 | ii) that "the military character is not renewed": and that " 341 3, 66 | Baptism of Water impresses a character; which the ~Baptism of Blood 342 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A character is both reality and a sacrament. 343 3, 68 | not therefore receive ~the character, by which they are conformed 344 3, 68 | members by receiving ~the character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 345 3, 68 | assistance from the very ~character of Baptism, since it is 346 3, 68 | impression of the baptismal character cannot dispose ~a man for 347 3, 68 | effect in the soul, viz. the ~character and grace. Therefore in 348 3, 68 | without it the baptismal character cannot be imprinted And 349 3, 69 | receive the imprint ~of the character of Christ, by the power 350 3, 69 | configured to Him by the character, but not through ~being 351 3, 69 | baptized, he receives the character, which is like a form; and 352 3, 70 | therefore Baptism imprints a character that ~incorporates man in 353 3, 72 | 5) Whether it imprints a character?~(6) Whether the character 354 3, 72 | character?~(6) Whether the character of Confirmation presupposes 355 3, 72 | Confirmation presupposes the character of ~Baptism?~(7) Whether 356 3, 72 | mention is made of signing the character; nor ~again of the cross 357 3, 72 | Confirmation imprints a character?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 358 3, 72 | Confirmation does not imprint a ~character. For a character means a 359 3, 72 | imprint a ~character. For a character means a distinctive sign. 360 3, 72 | the faithful. Therefore a character is not imprinted in this 361 3, 72 | above (Q[63], A[2]) that a character is a ~spiritual power. Now 362 3, 72 | of ~Baptism. Therefore no character is imprinted by the sacrament 363 3, 72 | circumcision, which is a character of the body, no ~spiritual 364 3, 72 | the body, no ~spiritual character is imprinted. But in this 365 3, 72 | But in this sacrament a character is ~imprinted on the body, 366 3, 72 | brow. Therefore a spiritual character is not imprinted by this ~ 367 3, 72 | 1/1~On the contrary, A character is imprinted in every sacrament 368 3, 72 | forbidden." Therefore a character is imprinted ~in Confirmation.~ 369 3, 72 | stated above (Q[63], A[2]), a character is a spiritual ~power ordained 370 3, 72 | therefore it is evident that a character is imprinted in the sacrament 371 3, 72 | one." And ~therefore the character of Confirmation is a distinctive 372 3, 72 | Consequently in circumcision a character was imprinted in the body 373 3, 72 | the ~New Law, a spiritual character is imprinted at the same 374 3, 72 | together ~with the bodily character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 375 3, 72 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the character of Confirmation presupposes 376 3, 72 | necessity, the ~baptismal character?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 377 3, 72 | OBJ 1: It seems that the character of Confirmation does not 378 3, 72 | necessity, the baptismal character. For the sacrament of Confirmation ~ 379 3, 72 | the Faith. Therefore the character of ~Confirmation does not 380 3, 72 | presuppose the baptismal character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 381 3, 72 | 1/1~I answer that, The character of Confirmation, of necessity 382 3, 72 | supposes the ~baptismal character: so that, in effect, if 383 3, 73 | water causes the baptismal character and spiritual ~cleansing, 384 3, 73 | the recipient, namely, the character, which is both reality and ~ 385 3, 80 | sacraments that ~imprint a character, they who receive the sacrament 386 3, 80 | spiritual effect, that is, the character. which is not the case in 387 3, 80 | death, by receiving His character within him. And therefore, 388 3, 80 | does not ~receive Christ's character in this sacrament; He receives 389 3, 82 | Eucharist belongs to the ~character of the priestly order. But 390 3, 82 | priestly order. But every character is indelible, ~because it 391 3, 82 | take ~away the baptismal character.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 392 3, 86 | thus that they have the character of an offense which needs 393 Suppl, 2 | because it does not derive the character of evil therefrom; ~nor 394 Suppl, 3 | whence it has less of the ~character of malice or goodness. Hence 395 Suppl, 3 | punishment, they have the character of malice, less than sin 396 Suppl, 8 | by the ~impressing of a character, or by the consecration 397 Suppl, 14| OBJ 2: Baptism imprints a character on the soul, whereas ~satisfaction 398 Suppl, 15| acquire a ~satisfactory character. Now they become the act 399 Suppl, 15| but merely of a vindictive character.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[15] A[ 400 Suppl, 15| that every prayer has the character ~of satisfaction, for though 401 Suppl, 17| sacrament is the same ~as the character. But the key and the character 402 Suppl, 17| character. But the key and the character do not seem to be the ~same, 403 Suppl, 17| the ~same, since by the character man is referred to God, 404 Suppl, 17| melting. ~And because the character of the priestly order is 405 Suppl, 17| spiritual power), ~therefore the character, the power of consecrating, 406 Suppl, 19| For the key goes ~with the character of order. But Christ did 407 Suppl, 19| But Christ did not have a character. ~Therefore He had not the 408 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: A character implies the notion of something 409 Suppl, 19| Christ results ~from the character whereby we are conformed 410 Suppl, 19| Christ ~it results not from a character, but from the principal 411 Suppl, 22| results from the power of the ~character which is indelible, wherefore, 412 Suppl, 22| fact that a man ~has the character of order, he can always 413 Suppl, 22| who have no (sacramental) character, whereby they are ~numbered 414 Suppl, 22| But since the baptismal character ~whereby a man is numbered 415 Suppl, 28| sacraments which do not imprint a character, can be solemnized a second ~ 416 Suppl, 28| Penance ~does not imprint a character, therefore it can be solemnized 417 Suppl, 29| as is the case with the character in Baptism and ~Confirmation, 418 Suppl, 30| this sacrament imprints a character?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 419 Suppl, 30| this sacrament imprints a character?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 420 Suppl, 30| this sacrament imprints a character. For a ~character is a distinctive 421 Suppl, 30| imprints a character. For a ~character is a distinctive sign. Now 422 Suppl, 30| just as Baptism imprints a character so does Extreme ~Unction.~ 423 Suppl, 30| in this sacrament. But a character is imprinted ~in those sacraments. 424 Suppl, 30| sacraments. Therefore a character is imprinted in this one 425 Suppl, 30| reality and sacrament except a character. Therefore in this ~sacrament 426 Suppl, 30| this ~sacrament also, a character is imprinted.~Aquin.: SMT 427 Suppl, 30| sacrament that imprints a character is repeated. But ~this sacrament 428 Suppl, 30| Therefore it does not imprint a character.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 429 Suppl, 30| 2~Further, a sacramental character causes a distinction among 430 Suppl, 30| Therefore it does not imprint a ~character.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 431 Suppl, 30| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A character is not imprinted except 432 Suppl, 30| Therefore it does not imprint a character.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[30] A[ 433 Suppl, 30| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A character marks a distinction of . 434 Suppl, 30| and sacrament ~is not a character, but a certain inward devotion 435 Suppl, 31| Confirmation imprints a character, whereby man is placed in ~ 436 Suppl, 33| since it does not imprint a character on him. Hence ~there is 437 Suppl, 34| genus of the whole. Now the character ~which is denoted by the 438 Suppl, 34| OBJ 2: Further, just as a character is imprinted in the sacrament 439 Suppl, 34| sacrament of Baptism. Now character was not ~mentioned in the 440 Suppl, 34| here, not for the inward character, but for the ~outward action, 441 Suppl, 34| this is ~also the sense of character in the other definition. 442 Suppl, 34| be ~taken for the inward character, the definition would not 443 Suppl, 34| Wherefore it follows that inward character itself is essentially ~and 444 Suppl, 34| which reason it imprints a character, ~nevertheless this is not 445 Suppl, 34| principally. Wherefore the ~character which is a spiritual power 446 Suppl, 34| this sacrament, namely the ~character, is not received through 447 Suppl, 35| of Order?~(2) Whether a character is imprinted in connection 448 Suppl, 35| Orders?~(3) Whether the character of Order presupposes of 449 Suppl, 35| presupposes of necessity the ~character of Baptism?~(4) Whether 450 Suppl, 35| presupposes of necessity the character of Confirmation?~Aquin.: 451 Suppl, 35| Para. 2/2~(5) Whether the character of one Order presupposes 452 Suppl, 35| presupposes of necessity the ~character of another Order?~Aquin.: 453 Suppl, 35| the sacrament of Order a character is imprinted in connection ~ 454 Suppl, 35| the sacrament of Order a character is not ~imprinted in connection 455 Suppl, 35| all the Orders. For the character of Order ~is a spiritual 456 Suppl, 35| the acolyte. Therefore a ~character is not imprinted in these 457 Suppl, 35| 1~OBJ 2: Further, every character is indelible. Therefore 458 Suppl, 35| is indelible. Therefore a character ~places a man in a state 459 Suppl, 35| to the laity. Therefore a character is ~not imprinted in all 460 Suppl, 35| Further, by means of a character a man is appointed to give 461 Suppl, 35| of the sacraments by the character of Baptism, and a man is 462 Suppl, 35| priesthood. ~Therefore a character is not imprinted in the 463 Suppl, 35| Every sacrament in which a character is not imprinted ~can be 464 Suppl, 35| be repeated. Therefore a character is ~imprinted in each Order.~ 465 Suppl, 35| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, a character is a distinctive sign. Now 466 Suppl, 35| Therefore every Order imprints a character.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 467 Suppl, 35| For some ~have said that a character is imprinted only in the 468 Suppl, 35| others ~have said that a character is impressed in the sacred, 469 Suppl, 35| sacraments. Wherefore since a character is a sign ~whereby one thing 470 Suppl, 35| another, it follows that a ~character is imprinted in each Order. 471 Suppl, 35| return to the laity, the character ~always remains in him. 472 Suppl, 35| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the character of Order presupposes the 473 Suppl, 35| presupposes the baptismal character?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[35] A[ 474 Suppl, 35| It would seem that the character of Order does not presuppose 475 Suppl, 35| does not presuppose the ~character of Baptism. For the character 476 Suppl, 35| character of Baptism. For the character of Order makes a man a dispenser ~ 477 Suppl, 35| the sacraments; while the character of Baptism makes him a recipient ~ 478 Suppl, 35| as in God. Therefore the character of Order ~does not necessarily 479 Suppl, 35| necessarily presuppose the character of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 480 Suppl, 35| he will not receive the character of Order, ~supposing the 481 Suppl, 35| of Order, ~supposing the character of Order to presuppose the 482 Suppl, 35| Order to presuppose the character of Baptism; ~and consequently 483 Suppl, 35| power to receive. ~Now the character of Baptism gives a man the 484 Suppl, 35| that has not the baptismal character, can ~receive no other sacrament; 485 Suppl, 35| sacrament; and consequently the character of Order ~presupposes the 486 Suppl, 35| of Order ~presupposes the character of Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 487 Suppl, 35| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the character of Order necessarily presupposes 488 Suppl, 35| necessarily presupposes the character of ~Confirmation?~Aquin.: 489 Suppl, 35| It would seem that the character of Order necessarily presupposes ~ 490 Suppl, 35| necessarily presupposes ~the character of Confirmation. For in 491 Suppl, 35| presuppose the ~middle. Now the character of Confirmation presupposes 492 Suppl, 35| the first. Therefore the character of Order presupposes that 493 Suppl, 35| wherefore the baptismal character is ~prerequisite for the 494 Suppl, 35| confirmed. Wherefore the character of Order presupposes the 495 Suppl, 35| of Order presupposes the character of ~Confirmation as congruous 496 Suppl, 35| the middle, because the character of Baptism ~enables a man 497 Suppl, 35| Confirmation, whereas the ~character of Confirmation does not 498 Suppl, 35| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the character of one Order necessarily 499 Suppl, 35| necessarily presupposes the character ~of another Order?~Aquin.: 500 Suppl, 35| It would seem that the character of one Order necessarily ~


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