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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | moral science might ~be able to judge rightly about virtuous 2 1, 1 | doctrine, that he may be able to ~exhort in sound doctrine 3 1, 1 | questions in which they were able to know the truth by natural 4 1, 1 | intellectual things may ~be able to understand it.~Aquin.: 5 1, 1 | But Holy ~Writ ought to be able to state the truth without 6 1, 3 | only ~as far as they are able; and the imitation is here 7 1, 12 | whereas our intellect is able to consider abstractedly 8 1, 12 | any nature, ~still it is able to separate that existence 9 1, 16 | knower, who is willing and able to know," for hence it ~ 10 1, 18 | generating. Others are able, in addition, to sense, 11 1, 22 | will, by which these are able to take counsel and make ~ 12 1, 23 | predestined. Therefore now He is ~able not to predestine him. Therefore 13 1, 23 | ought not to say that God is able ~not to predestinate one 14 1, 25 | man, for example, is not able to do more ~than beget man. 15 1, 25 | omnipotent through ~being able to do all things that are 16 1, 25 | He can do all that He is able to do.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 25 | perfect action; hence to be ~able to sin is to be able to 18 1, 25 | be ~able to sin is to be able to fall short in action, 19 1, 25 | So is God said not to be able to ~do them, because they 20 1, 25 | itself, God is said to be able to do in ~accordance with 21 1, 25 | will, God is said to be able to do by His ordinary ~power. 22 1, 25 | said (Eph. 3:20): "God is able to do all things ~more abundantly 23 1, 37 | known to us, we ~have been able to apply more suitable names 24 1, 38 | in such a way as ~to be able to enjoy the divine person, 25 1, 42 | for instance, a man is not able to generate ~from the very 26 1, 42 | Father's omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son equal to 27 1, 42 | signified when we say that He is able to beget; while the Son ~ 28 1, 45 | in which manner we are able to arrive at a knowledge 29 1, 48 | the defect of not being able to preserve their own existence, 30 1, 55 | Therefore he will not ~be able to have a proper knowledge 31 1, 55 | fewer species will he be ~able to apprehend the whole mass 32 1, 57 | In this way one will be ~able to see the mind of another.~ 33 1, 62 | free-will for man to be ~able to choose good or evil. 34 1, 62 | power of the intellect to be able to proceed to different ~ 35 1, 62 | for the ~free-will to be able to choose between opposite 36 1, 62 | foremost place not to be able to advance. But the angels 37 1, 64 | obstinate in evil as not to be able ~to return to what is good.~ 38 1, 65 | things, ~that they may be able to be brought by movement 39 1, 75 | philosophers of ~old, not being able to rise above their imagination, 40 1, 75 | intelligible objects is more able afterwards to understand ~ 41 1, 76 | in order that man may be able to understand all things 42 1, 76 | regard to contraries, and is ~able to perceive them. Therefore 43 1, 77 | inferior creatures, in being able to acquire perfect goodness; ~ 44 1, 77 | operative power is that which is able to ~operate, for every accident 45 1, 77 | the same ~is that which is able to operate, and that which 46 1, 37 | known to us, we ~have been able to apply more suitable names 47 1, 38 | in such a way as ~to be able to enjoy the divine person, 48 1, 42 | for instance, a man is not able to generate ~from the very 49 1, 42 | Father's omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son equal to 50 1, 42 | signified when we say that He is able to beget; while the Son ~ 51 1, 46 | in which manner we are able to arrive at a knowledge 52 1, 49 | the defect of not being able to preserve their own existence, 53 1, 56 | Therefore he will not ~be able to have a proper knowledge 54 1, 56 | fewer species will he be ~able to apprehend the whole mass 55 1, 58 | In this way one will be ~able to see the mind of another.~ 56 1, 63 | free-will for man to be ~able to choose good or evil. 57 1, 63 | power of the intellect to be able to proceed to different ~ 58 1, 63 | for the ~free-will to be able to choose between opposite 59 1, 63 | foremost place not to be able to advance. But the angels 60 1, 65 | obstinate in evil as not to be able ~to return to what is good.~ 61 1, 66 | things, ~that they may be able to be brought by movement 62 1, 74 | philosophers of ~old, not being able to rise above their imagination, 63 1, 74 | intelligible objects is more able afterwards to understand ~ 64 1, 75 | in order that man may be able to understand all things 65 1, 75 | regard to contraries, and is ~able to perceive them. Therefore 66 1, 76 | inferior creatures, in being able to acquire perfect goodness; ~ 67 1, 76 | operative power is that which is able to ~operate, for every accident 68 1, 76 | the same ~is that which is able to operate, and that which 69 1, 77 | sight ~must be much more able to perceive its own vision, 70 1, 78 | that a man would always be able to understand when he wished, ~ 71 1, 78 | intellect, whereby it is able to light up the phantasms. 72 1, 78 | things it ~owes its being able to operate when it wills, 73 1, 79 | through which the animal is able to desire ~what it apprehends, 74 1, 81 | agent, so that he is not able to do the ~contrary. This 75 1, 81 | by reason of our being ~able to choose this or that. 76 1, 83 | with such image - "which is able ~freely to judge of the 77 1, 83 | eternal types, were they able to see in the eternal ~types, 78 1, 84 | active ~intellect we are able to disregard the conditions 79 1, 85 | glory, when we shall ~be able to see the Essence of God 80 1, 85 | Himself, but without being able to ~comprehend Him.~Aquin.: 81 1, 87 | things, much more is it able to ~understand immaterial 82 1, 87 | that by its means we are able to understand ~perfectly, 83 1, 87 | perfectly, we also shall be able to understand separate substances, 84 1, 87 | substance. Therefore we are ~not able perfectly to understand 85 1, 88 | Therefore much less is it able to do so ~when apart from 86 1, 88 | greater intelligible, will be ~able much more to understand 87 1, 89 | species, much more are angels able to produce something specifically ~ 88 1, 90 | considerable in man for him to be able to stand erect. So that 89 1, 93 | corruptible. Therefore he was able to see separate ~substances.~ 90 1, 93 | know themselves, are not able to arrive at the ~knowledge 91 1, 93 | of the first man was not able to arrive at ~knowledge 92 1, 93 | truths man is naturally able to know. Moreover, in order 93 1, 94 | state. ~Hence man was more able then than now to resist 94 1, 96 | is so strong ~that it is able to transform so much of 95 1, 101 | 97], A[4]), and man was ~able to ward off such corruption 96 1, 101 | Adam; ~and the serpent was able to trespass therein by the 97 1, 102 | reason of his not being able to do everything himself, 98 1, 102 | nothing that ~can desire or is able to resist this sovereign 99 1, 103 | stones, and wood ~which are able to be put together in a 100 1, 104 | which the ~intellect is able to understand it. But the 101 1, 107 | knows anything perfectly, is able to distinguish ~its acts, 102 1, 107 | natural things perfectly, is able to distinguish different 103 1, 107 | enjoy the dignity of being able ~with familiarity to approach 104 1, 109 | But a body by its power is able to transform corporeal matter; 105 1, 109 | 3: Spiritual powers are able to effect whatever happens 106 1, 110 | manner the angels, as being able to rouse these passions, 107 1, 112 | know not how, or are ~not able, to guard themselves, as 108 1, 112 | and the sick. But man is able ~to guard himself by his 109 1, 113 | will, so that demons be able ~by their power to transmute 110 1, 114 | Consequently astrologers are able to foretell the truth in 111 1, 116 | nevertheless the disciple is able to judge from ~previous 112 1, 116 | sufficient ~collating power to be able to draw the conclusions 113 1, 116 | Therefore some men have been able to ~teach the angels.~Aquin.: 114 1, 116 | that substance will not be able to ~move a body of higher 115 1, 118 | Therefore man would be able by taking food to ~insure 116 1, 118 | strong at first so as to be able to transform not only enough ~ 117 2, 2 | perfection for man is to be able to rule others; which belongs 118 2, 3 | simply, although it may ~be able to gather from the effect 119 2, 5 | hands, with which he is able to ~get these things for 120 2, 6 | actions, is due to his ~being able to deliberate about them: 121 2, 6 | by willing and acting, is able, and sometimes ~ought, to 122 2, 13 | that irrational animals are able to choose. For ~choice " 123 2, 13 | that irrational animals are able to choose.~Aquin.: SMT FS 124 2, 14 | competency and that we are ~able to do."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 125 2, 14 | depends on what we are able or unable to do, in ~order 126 2, 14 | inquiry is that ~which we are able to do at once. For just 127 2, 15 | appetitive movement, and is able to ~apply or not to apply 128 2, 15 | acts through passion is able not to follow the ~passion: 129 2, 18 | walking, whereby he is able to walk; but inasmuch as 130 2, 19 | The light of our reason is able to show us good things, 131 2, 32 | but to use them ~or to be able to use them: and this is 132 2, 32 | existing in him, whereof he is ~able to give others a share. 133 2, 36 | respect: and accordingly it is able to inflict some ~harm. But 134 2, 37 | violent tooth-ache, I was not able to turn ~over in my mind 135 2, 42 | reason; wherefore man is able to drive ~fear away. In 136 2, 46 | angry, through being still able, though hampered, to form 137 2, 50 | heated, and not so as to be able to give heat, ~then we have 138 2, 50 | to the point that it is able ~to heat something else, 139 2, 50 | actually considering, is able to consider. In the ~second 140 2, 53 | indeterminate, through its being able to ~participate a form in 141 2, 55 | perfect, according ~as it is able to overcome or endure more 142 2, 57 | use of it, but he is made able to consider the truth in ~ 143 2, 58 | mos"; for thus we shall be able ~to discover what a "moral" 144 2, 61 | this very reason is more ~able to check his daring in dangers 145 2, 61 | great difficulty, is more able to remain firm against the 146 2, 62 | that a man ~hopes to be able to obtain some good through 147 2, 62 | from whom a man hopes to be able to obtain some good. With 148 2, 66 | it is a great thing to be able to know something about ~ 149 2, 68 | Divine and human, that he is able both to instruct ~the believer 150 2, 69 | more than he merited or was able to ~desire. And yet more 151 2, 71 | better to do well than to be able to do well, ~and in like 152 2, 71 | blameworthy to do evil, than to be able to ~do evil: whence it also 153 2, 74 | voluntary ~sin, that he be able to avoid each single one.~ 154 2, 74 | error about what it is ~able and ought to know: secondly, 155 2, 74 | something which a man is able and ought to know, he is ~ 156 2, 76 | matters one is bound and able to know. Consequently this 157 2, 77 | on one thing, it is less able to be directed to several; 158 2, 77 | which passion the reason is able to drive away, as ~stated.~ 159 2, 78 | the habit. But since he is able not to ~use the habit, and 160 2, 79 | he cease to steer while able and ~bound to steer. It 161 2, 80 | the imagination; and he is able to ~incite the sensitive 162 2, 80 | truly, if the devil were able to compel us, in any ~way 163 2, 80 | use of which the devil is able to impede altogether, by ~ 164 2, 81 | power in ~the semen is not able to cause the rational soul, 165 2, 89 | which a child is first ~able to commit an actual sin: 166 2, 96 | man is so wise as to be able to take account of every ~ 167 2, 96 | case; wherefore he is not able sufficiently to express 168 2, 96 | even ~if a lawgiver were able to take all the cases into 169 2, 97 | human community, not being able by themselves to take everything 170 2, 97 | For if they are free, and able to make their own laws, 171 2, 98 | fathers nor we have been able to bear?" Therefore it seems ~ 172 2, 98 | cure him, without being able to bring him back ~to health. 173 2, 98 | written ~law: and man was able to learn from experience 174 2, 100 | little consideration one is able at once to ~approve or disapprove 175 2, 101 | fathers nor we have been able to bear?" Now the transgression ~ 176 2, 102 | had a king who ~would be able to quell such quarrels. 177 2, 102 | because the people were able to perceived material ~things, 178 2, 102 | men by dint of study are able ~to discover.~Aquin.: SMT 179 2, 105 | the people wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc.; ~again (Num. 180 2, 105 | the people ~wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc.; and, again, 181 2, 105 | among you wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," etc. Consequently 182 2, 109 | slave of sin. Hence he ~was able to sin and not to sin. Now, 183 2, 109 | man ~will not merely be able to persevere but will be 184 2, 111 | others. Secondly, he must be able to confirm ~or prove what 185 2, 111 | a greater power that is able to act upon another, ~than 186 2, 114 | I am certain that He is ~able to keep that which I have 187 2, 114 | Further, it is more not to be able to sin than not to sin. 188 2, 114 | not to sin. But ~not to be able to sin comes under merit, 189 2, 1 | outset, for he would not be able to ~take it all in, but 190 2, 1 | providence. ~For He would not be able to do all He wills in things 191 2, 4 | directly to faith, so as to be able to differentiate the habit 192 2, 5 | of a heretic is not more able than that of a catholic. 193 2, 8 | to be sharp, when it is able to ~penetrate into the heart 194 2, 9 | kind of knowledge, and is able to judge of all matters 195 2, 10 | them, ~whereby they are able to do deeds that are generically 196 2, 10 | Titus 1:9: "That he may be able to exhort in ~sound doctrine 197 2, 10 | belong to itself, and is able to ~look after itself, in 198 2, 13 | medicine, although God ~is able to cure such a disease. 199 2, 13 | that "although a man ~is able to do unjust deeds, yet 200 2, 14 | object from a ~distance or is able by penetration as it were 201 2, 14 | more thoroughly will it be able to ~consider things intelligible, 202 2, 14 | matter, in ~order to be able to move it. Now it is evident 203 2, 16 | that one should not be able to hope in him. Yet ~this 204 2, 16 | come to know that we are able to obtain eternal ~life, 205 2, 17 | I am certain that He is able ~to keep that which I have 206 2, 19 | him that he will never be able to rise to any good. And 207 2, 23 | distinction of thought. For God is able to ~increase a bodily quantity 208 2, 24 | through the body, we are able to ~attain to the perfect 209 2, 25 | principle of all who are able to have a share of that ~ 210 2, 26 | intellect. Therefore man is less able to love ~God immediately 211 2, 26 | much the stronger, as it is able to ~set fire to a less inflammable 212 2, 30 | to such others as we are able to succor out of what we 213 2, 31 | sane judgment, so as to be able to correct another's wrong-doing, 214 2, 31 | private, but as soon as we are able to judge with any probability 215 2, 31 | private individual who is able to be of more use than ~ 216 2, 34 | defaming another, he is either able to do so, and then we have " 217 2, 41 | nor life . . . shall be able to separate us from ~the 218 2, 43 | means of that cause we are ~able to form a most certain judgment 219 2, 43 | genus, and ~by its means is able to judge and set in order 220 2, 43 | wise simply, because he ~is able to judge and set in order 221 2, 43 | the soul with Him, it is able to direct us not only in ~ 222 2, 43 | exalted ~mysteries and being able to impart this knowledge 223 2, 43 | to Divine rules (by being able ~to direct not only themselves 224 2, 45 | universals, and ~yet it is able to apply universal rules 225 2, 45 | belongs to ~a good man to be able to rule well and to obey 226 2, 45 | sufficient, whereby a man is ~able to make provision both for 227 2, 45 | counsel of others, ~are able, if they have grace, to 228 2, 47 | grasped by reason, ~nor is man able to take precautions against 229 2, 47 | exercising ~prudence he is able to prepare against all the 230 2, 56 | not go so far as to be able to consider the relation 231 2, 56 | Ethic. v, 1) that "many are able ~to be virtuous in matters 232 2, 58 | of a superior, who is ~"able to reprove both, and to 233 2, 60 | evil-doing (provided he be able and bound to prevent him), 234 2, 62 | consent to a sin, since God is able to deliver man from ~sin 235 2, 64 | his reason and will, he is able to use them ~for his own 236 2, 66 | episc.]: ~"Although we are able to save souls by Penance, 237 2, 67 | himself by violence if he be able to do so?~Aquin.: SMT SS 238 2, 67 | disturbs as far as he is able. ~Hence it is laid down ( 239 2, 69 | advocate. Yet he that is able to give food is not always 240 2, 69 | skill so that he may be able to prove the justice of 241 2, 69 | cause, because others are ~able to help themselves otherwise: 242 2, 75 | buy: and then he will be able to compare the various points 243 2, 76 | so that they ~would be able to lend to others.~Aquin.: 244 2, 79 | worship, so that we be able to say without hesitation 245 2, 79 | separate me [*Vulg.: 'shall ~be able to separate us'] from the 246 2, 81 | of the Word, so as to be able to know what we think or ~ 247 2, 81 | excellence, whereby He is able to fulfil it - wherefore 248 2, 81 | for us" [*Vulg.: 'He ~is able to save for ever them that 249 2, 81 | but also that if we are able to continue, it ~should 250 2, 81 | the habit of justice is able to will something just, 251 2, 85 | possessions ~wherewith they were able to provide a sufficient 252 2, 85 | goods, so that he may be able to carry out whatever is 253 2, 86 | even though one may ~be able to do something now and 254 2, 87 | use of reason, so as to be able to take a oath ~with due 255 2, 89 | because others are less able to understand ~the thing 256 2, 93 | the free-will, ~and man is able, by his reason, to act counter 257 2, 94 | adversaries shall not be able to resist and ~gainsay." 258 2, 94 | demons may, ~however, be able by speaking to men to express 259 2, 94 | Further, the demons too are able to alter bodies in many 260 2, 94 | consider whether they seem able to produce that effect ~ 261 2, 95 | himself to be ~the more able to provide for himself, 262 2, 98 | those who are unwilling but able to pay, if the superior 263 2, 115 | goods, in which each one is able to ~look after himself in 264 2, 121 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, to be able to act on another seems 265 2, 121 | may arise, in order to be able to ~withstand them, or to 266 2, 121 | less force, ~and we are able more easily to bear earthly 267 2, 127 | great things is much more able to ~make good use of little 268 2, 127 | have ~at hand those who are able to be of service to him. 269 2, 132 | expenditure. But the ~poor are able to possess all the virtues, 270 2, 132 | Perhaps, ~however, he may be able to do so in things that 271 2, 135 | to persevere, but to be able to persevere of his ~free-will: 272 2, 135 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man is able by himself to fall into 273 2, 135 | in good, because he is ~able, by himself, to sin: wherefore 274 2, 137 | and connatural mode, is able to have this firmness in 275 2, 139 | fact that the ~reason is able to moderate desires and 276 2, 142 | ashamed by those who are able to do them some harm. And 277 2, 145 | purpose, since thereby man is able to ~satisfy nature; and 278 2, 145 | the most part, ~all are able to satisfy nature by only 279 2, 145 | on all. But ~all are not able to know exactly the ninth 280 2, 150 | preferring herself is already able to ~drink the chalice of 281 2, 154 | remains, man is always able to resist his passions. 282 2, 156 | although his reason is able to check each one, if it 283 2, 162 | if the craftsman were able, of the iron he would make 284 2, 163 | own will, whereby he was able even to resist the temptation ~ 285 2, 163 | too He knew that man was able, by his free will, to ~resist 286 2, 163 | special praise, if he were able to lead a good life simply 287 2, 163 | state of innocence, man was able, without any difficulty, 288 2, 163 | suggestion. ~Now the devil is able to make suggestions to man 289 2, 163 | with man, the devil was able to deceive the man ~especially 290 2, 167 | truth. Thou shalt not be able to see God, ~having no longer 291 2, 169 | prophet would always be able to prophesy, which is clearly 292 2, 170 | the sense of the body, is able to foresee the future [* 293 2, 170 | that which it holds, is able to foreknow the future, 294 2, 170 | union with the body, are able to foreknow such like ~future 295 2, 170 | this were so, it would be able to ~foreknow the future 296 2, 170 | corporeal effects, for He is able at the same instant to bring 297 2, 170 | spiritual effects, but is able to produce both the ~spiritual 298 2, 170 | nature. More than this, He is able at ~the same time, by creation, 299 2, 171 | man's mind, so that he is able to know himself.~Aquin.: 300 2, 171 | It is true that man is able by his natural powers to 301 2, 172 | teaching the hearer, who is able to grasp the bare intelligible ~ 302 2, 172 | thought more of, if he is able to heal ~more people, and 303 2, 172 | have greater power, who is able to achieve his purpose with ~ 304 2, 172 | awarded the ~physician who is able to heal a sick person by 305 2, 172 | things, but that he may be able to ~judge, with the certitude 306 2, 173 | therein, since the will is able to resist the ~passion, 307 2, 174 | knowledge, ~whereby they were able not only to speak, but also 308 2, 175 | rhetoric whereby a man is able to ~speak so as to teach, 309 2, 176 | by his ~natural reason is able to arrive at some knowledge 310 2, 178 | but ~which the reason is able to grasp; the sixth step 311 2, 178 | so that ~we are the more able to persevere in the works 312 2, 179 | says that "the man who is able most clearly and quickly 313 2, 179 | the ~perfect who have been able to contemplate heavenly 314 2, 179 | Metaph. i, 1) that "to be able to teach is an indication 315 2, 179 | wisdom and knowledge to be able to teach, in so far as he ~ 316 2, 179 | teach, in so far as he ~is able to express his interior 317 2, 179 | itself, the more is it ~able to endure after this life. 318 2, 179 | life, whereas we are nowise able to maintain ~an attentive 319 2, 179 | active life ~is much more able than the contemplative to 320 2, 180 | Often those who were able to contemplate ~God so long 321 2, 180 | the good actions we are ~able to do; but we cannot enter 322 2, 182 | of ~God, that you may be able to resist in the evil day, 323 2, 182 | by the stormy sea and is able to bring the ship ~safely 324 2, 183 | difficult for anyone to be able to know ~that he is cleansed, 325 2, 183 | difficult ~for anyone to be able to know that he is cleansed: 326 2, 183 | Church, one namely who is able to ~instruct, defend, and 327 2, 183 | pastoral cure so long as he ~is able to procure the spiritual 328 2, 183 | episcopal state wherein he is able also to work out ~his own 329 2, 183 | has, than, when you are able and have plenty to refuse ~ 330 2, 184 | Whatsoever thy hand is able to do, do it ~earnestly." 331 2, 184 | acquired the habit ~we are best able to perform the actions. 332 2, 185 | so as to be ~the better able to attend to the amendment 333 2, 185 | exempt? And even if all were able, they should do so by turns, 334 2, 185 | humility; for thus one is able to heal the disease of pride ~ 335 2, 186 | even to vice, if one be ~able to resist the wrongdoer 336 2, 186 | contemplation more than ~they are able to grasp, fall away into 337 2, 186 | doctrine, that he may be able to exhort in sound doctrine 338 2, 187 | of puberty, when a man is able to make ~use of his own 339 2, 187 | it aside so long as he is able to fulfil it. Wherefore 340 2, 187 | Since then a priest is ~able to fulfil the cure of souls, 341 2, 187 | worldlings? who will be able to urge ~sinners to virtue?' 342 2, 187 | vowed, as long ~as he is able lawfully to do so; thus 343 2, 187 | religious order, though ~able to observe those of a less 344 2, 187 | began ~to build and was not able to finish." Now the wherewithal 345 2, 187 | religion ~trust not to be able to stay by their own power, 346 2, 187 | wherewithal, or whether he is able to build the tower ~if he 347 2, 187 | by so doing one may be able to attain to perfection; 348 2, 187 | as to whether they may be able to ~attain to perfection 349 3, 2 | life, to which they ~were able to attain only by the Incarnation; 350 3, 3 | be one. But the ~Son was able to become incarnate. Therefore 351 3, 3 | and the Holy Ghost ~were able to become incarnate.~Aquin.: 352 3, 3 | though the Son were not able to restore human nature.~ 353 3, 4 | Trin. xiii, 18): "God was able to ~assume human nature 354 3, 7 | 2 Cor. 9:8: "And God is able to make all grace abound 355 3, 11 | the separated soul will be able, in a measure, to know separate ~ 356 3, 12 | until such time as He was able to ~have reached that grade 357 3, 14 | and been tempted, He is able to succor them also ~that 358 3, 15 | and been tempted, He is able to succor them also ~that 359 3, 15 | hurt. Now Christ's body was able to be hurt, since it was 360 3, 21 | as God and not as man was able to carry out all He ~wished, 361 3, 22 | supplications to Him that was able to save Him from death." 362 3, 22 | intercession for us [Vulg.: 'He is able to save for ever them that 363 3, 22 | adds pointedly, ~"that was able to save Him from death."~ 364 3, 26 | has not, so that He ~be able to communicate to others 365 3, 27 | his mother's ~womb he was able to acknowledge, believe, 366 3, 28 | to an unreal body, to be able to go through a closed ~ 367 3, 31 | soul and body! . . . He is able to be entire ~everywhere, 368 3, 31 | contained in no place. He is able to come without ~moving 369 3, 34 | thus it is that Christ was able by subsequent actions ~and 370 3, 36 | as our Lord, when He was able to speak, was announced ~ 371 3, 40 | began to build, and ~was not able to finish." Now Christ began 372 3, 40 | preachers of God's word ~may be able to give all their time to 373 3, 42 | because they were neither able nor worthy to receive the 374 3, 42 | itself, I think, would not be able to contain the books that ~ 375 3, 44 | adversaries will not be able to resist and gainsay." 376 3, 47 | at the last moment He was able to cry out with a ~loud 377 3, 49 | men not as ~though he were able to injure them without God' 378 3, 49 | in one respect no one was able to escape the ~devil's hands, 379 3, 51 | the part": so that we are able to take a day and ~a night 380 3, 55 | OBJ 1: The apostles were able to testify to the Resurrection 381 3, 55 | Consequently, ~the disciples were able to behold Christ's Ascension 382 3, 55 | how much less were they able to gaze upon Him when our 383 3, 60 | effects are not such as ~to be able to lead us to the knowledge 384 3, 60 | concepts, so that we ~are able to express our thoughts 385 3, 62 | apprehended by the mind, was able to ~justify them. But we 386 3, 62 | Passion of Christ, which is ~able to justify, also by the 387 3, 64 | it is, is ~all the more able to lend its power to the 388 3, 64 | baptize a ~woman so as to be able to abuse her; or to consecrate 389 3, 66 | thee": but one should be able to say, "We baptize you."~ 390 3, 67 | bound, as far as they are able, to see to the spiritual 391 3, 72 | the perfect age, and being able to perform the perfect ~ 392 3, 72 | being cleansed they may be able to receive the ~gift of 393 3, 80 | use of reason so as to be able to conceive some devotion 394 3, 81 | because the species were able to be both in the hands 395 3, 82 | excommunicated persons ~are not able to consecrate the Eucharist. 396 3, 82 | and excommunicate, are not able to ~consecrate the Eucharist.~ 397 3, 83 | then the priest will not be able to ~comply with the Church' 398 Suppl, 6 | the offense. Now ~a man is able to inflict on himself a 399 Suppl, 8 | sacrament, must be such as to be able to command ~something to 400 Suppl, 8 | not hinder him from being able to absolve, since he has 401 Suppl, 9 | can: although a man is not able or obliged ~to receive Baptism, 402 Suppl, 10| the penitent, ~and he is able, by making satisfaction, 403 Suppl, 11| scandal, as far as he is able.~ 404 Suppl, 13| whereby whatever man is able to repay becomes acceptable. ~ 405 Suppl, 13| owes God all that he is ~able to give Him, yet it is not 406 Suppl, 13| the whole of what he is able to do, for it is ~impossible 407 Suppl, 13| himself, ~for even if he were able, he would be released from 408 Suppl, 14| subject, so ~that he is more able to bear them. But this is 409 Suppl, 18| Therefore the priest ~would be able to remit the entire punishment 410 Suppl, 21| and the judge, not being able to proceed otherwise against 411 Suppl, 24| from that mortal sin, he is able likewise to ~absolve him 412 Suppl, 36| means that we should be able to ~give general proofs 413 Suppl, 36| from the fact that they are able to act on them by virtue 414 Suppl, 40| pontiff, by which power he was able ~to do certain things; for 415 Suppl, 41| animals whose ~offspring are able to seek food immediately 416 Suppl, 42| nature of the act ~it was able to afford a remedy to concupiscence 417 Suppl, 42| the faith of Christ, is able to confer ~the grace which 418 Suppl, 42| TP, Q[66], A[3], ad 4] is able to "touch the body and ~ 419 Suppl, 42| Joan.], so is ~matrimony able to do so through Christ 420 Suppl, 43| understands by himself nor is able to learn from another; the 421 Suppl, 43| degree is when a man is both ~able to learn from another and 422 Suppl, 45| neither of them will be able to know that he is truly ~ 423 Suppl, 45| there are persons who are able lawfully to ~contract - 424 Suppl, 46| another woman, he is no longer able to fulfill his obligation, 425 Suppl, 52| especially since he is able to obtain anywhere a ~just 426 Suppl, 57| hindered is ~competent to be able to beget naturally. But 427 Suppl, 58| their subtle nature they are able to do many things which 428 Suppl, 58| marriage ~before one is able to manage one's own affairs 429 Suppl, 61| hinder a man from being able ~to enter religion. ~Aquin.: 430 Suppl, 62| during marriage will ~be able to be continent afterwards. 431 Suppl, 66| Consequently if a woman were able to receive orders, just 432 Suppl, 69| death?~(3) Whether they are able to leave those places?~( 433 Suppl, 69| are in heaven or hell are able to go from thence?~Aquin.: 434 Suppl, 69| living. But they would be able to do ~so if they were to 435 Suppl, 69| living in the flesh are able by the gifts of gratuitous 436 Suppl, 69| glory, so that they are able to appear wondrously to 437 Suppl, 69| follow, although the dead be able to appear to the living 438 Suppl, 69| since ~the same person is able to merit and demerit: wherefore 439 Suppl, 70| and since to do and to be able belong to the same ~subject, 440 Suppl, 70| Therefore the soul will then be able to feel actually.~Aquin.: 441 Suppl, 70| body, by which they are able to be ~borne to corporeal 442 Suppl, 70| objects; wherefore it is able to act ~at a fixed distance 443 Suppl, 70| nature a ~corporeal thing is able to confine an incorporeal 444 Suppl, 70| spirit to a place, it ~is not able of its nature to detain 445 Suppl, 70| the fire of its nature is able to have an incorporeal spirit ~ 446 Suppl, 71| so that, to wit, a man be able to ~merit eternal life by 447 Suppl, 71| reason why the Church is able to ~transfer the common 448 Suppl, 72| wherefore created nature will be able to minister to its Creator ~ 449 Suppl, 72| manner that fire will be able to destroy ~our fire.~Aquin.: 450 Suppl, 72| be found living ~will be able to be cleansed suddenly. 451 Suppl, 72| Some have ~held that man is able to attain this end in this 452 Suppl, 72| this, wherein man would be able to ~attain to his perfection: 453 Suppl, 74| is for this ~very reason able by its nature to endure 454 Suppl, 74| movement of ~the heaven, we are able to know its end, since the 455 Suppl, 74| uncultured people might be able to understand, although ~ 456 Suppl, 75| the bodies of all may be able truly to ~rise again, so 457 Suppl, 75| perish that they may be able to be ~reformed. For just 458 Suppl, 75| face of the earth will be ~able to reduce suddenly to ashes 459 Suppl, 76| is divisible, so as to be able to receive various forms 460 Suppl, 76| subsistent of itself, so as to be able to remain ~after the corruption 461 Suppl, 77| process of ~multiplication is able to admit perfection of the 462 Suppl, 79| operation whereby also He is able to subdue all things unto 463 Suppl, 79| cxlvi) "the Divine ~power is able to remove" whatever qualities 464 Suppl, 79| urine is not less but ~more able to bear in mind the rules 465 Suppl, 79| most perfect, one will be able to ~operate intensely without 466 Suppl, 79| most perfect it will be able to see by the very least 467 Suppl, 80| subtle sight, because he ~is able to perceive by sight things 468 Suppl, 80| subtlety a glorified body is able to be in the ~same place 469 Suppl, 80| this subtlety a body is able to ~be in the same place 470 Suppl, 80| Now the body of Christ was able to be in the same place ~ 471 Suppl, 80| their subtlety will be ~able to be in the same place 472 Suppl, 80| wit the solar rays, ~are able now to occupy the same place 473 Suppl, 80| another body, it will never be able to ascend to the ~empyrean,* 474 Suppl, 80| Therefore they will be able to be together in the same 475 Suppl, 80| of its ~subtlety, will be able to be in the same place 476 Suppl, 80| reason ~of its subtlety, is able to be in the same place 477 Suppl, 80| by virtue of which it is able to occupy a ~place; and 478 Suppl, 80| the fact that a body is able to fill a place belongs 479 Suppl, 80| that for this ~reason it is able to be in the same place 480 Suppl, 80| That Christ's body was able to be together with another ~ 481 Suppl, 80| body of a saint will be able to be in the ~same place 482 Suppl, 80| since the saints will be able at will ~to travel to and 483 Suppl, 80| glorified bodies will be able ~to occupy the same place.~ 484 Suppl, 80| two glorified bodies be able to be in the same place.~ 485 Suppl, 80| glorified body does not make it able to ~be in the same place 486 Suppl, 80| that a glorified body is able by ~reason of its subtlety 487 Suppl, 80| the spirit that it will be able at will to be seen, and 488 Suppl, 80| s will ~that it will be able to be in a little or great 489 Suppl, 80| when they list, they are able to have a great ~quantity, 490 Suppl, 80| a glorified body will be able to be ~in the same place 491 Suppl, 80| glorified body ~will be able to pass through the minutest 492 Suppl, 80| glorified body will not be able, by reason ~of its subtlety, 493 Suppl, 80| because, ~even if it were able to be in the same place 494 Suppl, 82| Therefore still less will it be able to ~gaze on the clarity 495 Suppl, 82| that the glorified body be able to be of greater or smaller ~ 496 Suppl, 82| will, so that a body be able not to be seen.~Aquin.: 497 Suppl, 82| body so that ~this will be able to show it or hide it.~Aquin.: 498 Suppl, 84| Whether every one will be able to read all that is on another' 499 Suppl, 84| 3) Whether one will be able at one glance to see all 500 Suppl, 84| resurrection everyone will not be able to ~know all the sins he


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