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1 1, 5 | considered as ~fitting. (cf. SS, Q[141], A[3]; SS, Q[ 2 1, 22 | synesis' rightly judged" [*Cf. FS, Q[57], A[6]]. Whence, ~ 3 1, 59 | really but only logically [*Cf. Q[16], A[4]]. Therefore 4 1, 72 | the ~number of the elect [*Cf. Augustine, Gen. ad lit. 5 1, 60 | really but only logically [*Cf. Q[16], A[4]]. Therefore 6 1, 71 | the ~number of the elect [*Cf. Augustine, Gen. ad lit. 7 1, 77 | the use of food," and (cf. De ~Anima iii, 9) "growth."~ 8 1, 78 | than reason; while others [*Cf. Alexander of ~Hales, Sum. 9 1, 88 | whereby we act pleasurably. (Cf. Aristotle, Ethic. v, 8: 10 1, 92 | of knowledge and ~love [*Cf. Q[79], A[7], ad 1]. "But 11 1, 94 | reason, as Augustine says [*Cf. De Civ. ~Dei xiii, 13; 12 1, 96 | From 'anima', a soul; Cf. 1 Cor. 15:44 seqq.], through 13 1, 100 | result of sin, as Bede says (Cf. FS, ~Q[85], A[3]). But 14 1, 105 | Lombard, Sent. ii, D, ix; Cf. Gregory, ~Hom. xxxiv, in 15 1, 107 | Cherubim" ~in Ezech. 1 (Cf. 10:15,20); "Thrones" in 16 1, 109 | elsewhere in the same ~work [*Cf. Liber xxi, Sentent., sent. 17 1, 109 | says in the same work [*Cf. Liber xxi, ~Sentent., sent. 18 1, 115 | one is begotten or born" [*Cf. St. Augustine ~De Civ. 19 2, 4 | Paulinam de Videndo Deum; [*Cf. Serm. xxxciii De ~Verb. 20 2, 9 | OBJ 3: As stated above (Cf. FP, Q[84], AA[6],7) the 21 2, 13 | hungry man, as Plato says (Cf. De ~Coelo ii, 13), be confronted 22 2, 25 | their chief characteristic" (cf. A[2], ~OBJ[1]), it seems 23 2, 27 | stated above (Q[26], A[1]; cf. FP, ~Q[6], A[1], ad 2).~ 24 2, 38 | name of Jesus Christ." [*Cf. Dominican Breviary, August 25 2, 38 | from the hymn of Ambrose [*Cf. Sarum Breviary: First ~ 26 2, 41 | contraction - as Damascene says (Cf. OBJ ~1). Again, it implies 27 2, 41 | Gregory of Nyssa ~[*Nemesius] (Cf. OBJ 1,3).~Aquin.: SMT FS 28 2, 46 | reckoned as one ~individual [*Cf. Q[29], A[6]].~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 46 | they have ~retaliated [*Cf. SS, Q[158], A[5]].~Aquin.: 30 2, 55 | Arb. ii) [*Retract. ix; cf. De ~Lib. Arb. ii, 19] that " 31 2, 56 | cogitation, and of memory [*Cf. FP, Q[78], A[4]] act at ~ 32 2, 58 | Platonists maintained [*Cf. Plato, Meno xli.]; but 33 2, 61 | are exemplar virtues.'" [*Cf. Chrysostom's fifteenth ~ 34 2, 61 | works, as ~Plotinus states (Cf. Macrobius, Super Somn. 35 2, 61 | passions. Hence Plotinus ~says (Cf. Macrobius, Super Somn. 36 2, 63 | latent forms" [*Anaxagoras; Cf. FP, Q[45], A[8]; Q[65], ~ 37 2, 63 | Because a gloss of Augustine [*Cf. Lib. Sentent. Prosperi ~ 38 2, 63 | according to a gloss on Heb. 1 [*Cf. Jerome on Gal. 1: 15,16]. 39 2, 65 | manner of the other virtues (cf. Q[61], ~A[4], OBJ[1]). 40 2, 65 | Hence a gloss of Augustine [*Cf. Lib. Sentent. Prosperi 41 2, 65 | letter (Epis. ~clxvii) [*Cf. Serm. xxxix and xlvi de 42 2, 67 | and "morning" ~knowledge [*Cf. FP, Q[58], A[6]]; and a 43 2, 68 | lead a good life," etc. ~[*Cf. Q[55], A[4]]. Likewise 44 2, 69 | says (De Civ. Dei xix) ~[*Cf. De Serm. Dom. in Monte 45 2, 69 | says (De Civ. Dei xiv; *Cf. ~De Serm. Dom. in Monte, 46 2, 69 | deliberate choice ~of sorrow [*Cf. Q[35], A[3]]; hence the 47 2, 71 | De Lib. Arb. iii, 18) [*Cf. De Vera ~Relig. xiv.]: 48 2, 72 | Porphyry ~declares [*Isagog.; cf. Arist. Metaph. i]. Now 49 2, 72 | instance one may be illiberal [*Cf. SS, Q[119], A[1], ad 1] ~ 50 2, 74 | De Lib. Arb. iii, 18) [*Cf. De Vera Relig. xiv.], " 51 2, 74 | Rationes aeternae,' cf. FP, Q[15], AA[2],[3] where 52 2, 74 | with the eternal law, (cf. A[8], OBJ[1]; A[9])]. But 53 2, 75 | stated in Meteor. iv, 2 [*Cf. De Anima ii.]. But sin 54 2, 81 | would not need redemption [*Cf. ~Translator's note inserted 55 2, 81 | Augustine's (Gen. ad lit. x). Cf. Summa Theologica TP, Q[ 56 2, 81 | with the greatest purity" [*Cf. ~Anselm, De Concep. Virg. 57 2, 82 | the "languor of nature" [*Cf. Augustine, In Ps. 118, 58 2, 83 | says (Retract. i, 27) [*Cf. QQ. lxxxiii, qu. ~66], 59 2, 102 | subsequently in the New ~Testament (cf. Eph. 3:5).~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 102 | justifications of the ~saints" (cf. Apoc. 19:8). Moreover it 61 2, 102 | ashes of the red heifer [*Cf. Heb. 9:13] which was ~burnt, 62 2, 102 | priests, as stated in Lev. 8 [*Cf. Ex. 29], and the Levites, ~ 63 2, 102 | as related in Ex. 28 [*Cf. Lev. 8:7, ~seqq.]. It seems, 64 2, 102 | bodies, as stated in Lev. 8 (cf. Num. 8).~Aquin.: SMT FS 65 2, 102 | unclean according to Lev. 11 [*Cf. Dt. 14].~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 102 | Our Lord said (Mt. 10:28; cf. Lk. 12:4), that those ~ 67 2, 105 | confusion of ~possessions (cf. ad 3). The third remedy 68 2, 105 | the greatness of the sin [*Cf. Dt. 25:2]. The ~fourth 69 2, 105 | commandment of the Law [*Cf. Num. 15:30,31].~Aquin.: 70 2, 105 | is ~written in Dt. 19:4 [*Cf. Num. 35:25] that "he that 71 2, 106 | De Perfect. Justit. iv) [*Cf. Ep. ccvii; De Pecc. Mer. ~ 72 2, 108 | the ~"law of liberty" [*Cf. Reply OBJ[2]]: since the 73 2, 109 | Apostle says (Gal. 2:21; Cf. Gal. 3:21): "For if ~there 74 2, 109 | Natura et Gratia xliii) [*Cf. De ~Correp. et Grat. xii]: " 75 2, 114 | fall, as Augustine says [*Cf. Ennar. i super Ps. lxx.], 76 2, 114 | Augustine says (super Ep. Joan.; cf. Ep. clxxxvi) that ~"charity 77 2, 1 | has been said by some [*Cf. William of Auxerre, Summa ~ 78 2, 1 | for the Greek {arthron} [*Cf. William of Auxerre, Summa 79 2, 2 | Corr. et Grat. v, vi ~[*Cf. Ep. cxc; De Praed. Sanct. 80 2, 2 | thou shalt see me again" [*Cf. Baron, Annal., A.D. 780]. 81 2, 10 | Gregory [*Regist. xi, Ep. 15: cf. Decret., dist. xlv, ~can., 82 2, 11 | Jerome says on Gal. 5:19: [*Cf. Decretals xxiv, qu. ~iii, 83 2, 11 | against the Manichees [*Cf. De Civ. Dei ~xviii, 51]: " 84 2, 19 | be converted and live?' Cf. Ezech. 33:11]: while ~it 85 2, 23 | Tract. lxxiv in Joan.) [*Cf. Ep. ~clxxxv.] that "charity 86 2, 24 | resemblance of a trace [*Cf. FP, Q[45], A[7]]. Therefore 87 2, 26 | Dionysius states (Div. Nom. i; cf. FP, Q[12], A[12]). ~Aquin.: 88 2, 26 | God can be loved wholly? [*Cf. Q[184], A[2]]~Aquin.: SMT 89 2, 28 | own soul, pleasing God" [*Cf. Q[106], A[3], ad 1].~Aquin.: 90 2, 30 | thou hast slain ~him" [*Cf. Canon Pasce, dist. lxxxvi, 91 2, 30 | our English word "Piety." Cf. also inf. Q[101], A[2].]~ 92 2, 30 | words of Ambrose who says (Cf. Canon ~Pasce dist. lxxxvi, 93 2, 30 | the works of Ambrosiaster. Cf. Index to ecclesiastical ~ 94 2, 31 | that thou fulfil it.' ~Cf. 2 Tim. 4:5]." It must be 95 2, 34 | declares (De Trin. xii, 12) [*Cf. FS, Q[74], A[4]]. Therefore 96 2, 36 | mortal sin. Thus Ambrose [*Cf. Gloss. ~Ord. in Rom. i, 97 2, 37 | Council of Piacenza, cap. x; cf. Can. ~Ordinationes, ix, 98 2, 38 | epistle [*Reference incorrect: cf. Veget., ~De Re Milit. i].~ 99 2, 39 | who bore the ~calumny [*Cf. Gn. 26:20].~Aquin.: SMT 100 2, 41 | according to Jerome's rule [*Cf. A[7], OBJ[4]], whatever ~ 101 2, 43 | i.e. Divine, "types" [*Cf. FP, Q[79], A[9]; FS, Q[ 102 2, 45 | synesis} and {gnome}, Cf. FS, Q[57], A[6]] and the ~ 103 2, 45 | fails, ~as stated above [*Cf. FS, Q[53], A[1]]. ~Aquin.: 104 2, 46 | philosopher [*Andronicus; ~Cf. Q[80], OBJ[4]] says that 105 2, 47 | philosopher [*Andronicus; Cf. Q[48], OBJ[1]] who ~calls 106 2, 47 | penetration of the truth [*Cf. SS, Q[8], A[1]], ~while 107 2, 48 | also called "timocracy" [*Cf. Ethic. viii, 10], ~"tyranny," " 108 2, 51 | counselled, and "command" [*Cf. ~Q[47], A[8]]. Now thought 109 2, 52 | the mind from action [*Cf. Q[35], A[1]; FS, ~Q[35], 110 2, 53 | prudence, ~diminishes sin [*Cf. Prov. 6:30]. Therefore 111 2, 53 | wits of the wisest man" [*Cf. Iliad xiv, ~214-217].~Aquin.: 112 2, 53 | states ~(Rhet. ii, 2,3) [*Cf. Ethic. vii, 6].~ 113 2, 55 | stated in Polit. i, 2 [*Cf. ~Ethic. viii, 11]. Hence 114 2, 56 | actions belong to supposits [*Cf. FP, Q[29], A[2]] ~and wholes 115 2, 56 | Metaph. x [*Didot ed., ix, 5; Cf. Ethic. v, 4]: wherefore ~ 116 2, 58 | sovereign as a master-virtue [*Cf. Q[58], ~A[6]], commanding 117 2, 58 | Augustine (QQ. Exod. ~qu. 2) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 70] 118 2, 61 | reference to personal dignity [*Cf. FP, Q[29], A[3], ~ad 2]. 119 2, 68 | Augustine ~say (QQ. Gn. 1:26) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 33, 120 2, 68 | qu. 3, cap. ~Falsidicus; cf. Isidore, Sentent. iii, 121 2, 70 | wittiness {eutrapelia} [*Cf. FS, Q[60], A[5]] to which 122 2, 71 | the ~way of salvation, [*Cf. Mt. 7:14] and because there 123 2, 75 | not ~known learning," [*Cf. OBJ 1] says: "The greedy 124 2, 77 | sense of ~"all virtue" [*Cf. Q[58], A[5]]. And yet even 125 2, 79 | worship ~to the Godhead" [*Cf. A[1]], and ceremonial matters, 126 2, 80 | interior act of charity; cf. ~Q[27]] which is the proximate 127 2, 80 | interior act of charity; cf. Q[27]] of ~God, causes 128 2, 80 | interior act of charity; cf. ~Q[27]] and consequently 129 2, 81 | Hom. xxx in Genes. ]; Cf. Caten. Aur. on Lk. 18]: " 130 2, 81 | give"; and Chrysostom [*Cf. Catena Aurea of St. Thomas ~ 131 2, 81 | but out of pure mercy [*Cf. A[15], ad 1], provided ~ 132 2, 83 | sacred things (sacra dantes): cf. 1 Cor. 4:1] are so called 133 2, 84 | Comment. in Ezech. 45:13,14; cf. Cap. ~Decimam, de Decim. 134 2, 86 | stated above (A[10], ad 1; cf. Lev. 27:9,10,28), whatsoever 135 2, 87 | its ~result is evil" [*Cf. Bede, Homil. xix, in Decoll. 136 2, 88 | Blessed James [*the Greater; cf. Apocrypha, N.T., Hist. 137 2, 89 | glorious things of His works" [*Cf. Ecclus. ~17:7,8]. Yet the 138 2, 89 | sacred altar must not ~sing" (Cf. Decret., dist. xcii., cap. 139 2, 93 | Vera Relig. ~xxxviii) [*Cf. De Doctr. Christ. ii, 23, 140 2, 93 | ii in Ps. xxx, serm. 2; cf. OBJ[1]].~Aquin.: SMT SS 141 2, 94 | Hom. xliii in Matth.) [*Cf. ~the Opus Imperfectum in 142 2, 94 | Hence Chrysostom says [*Cf. the Opus Imperfectum in ~ 143 2, 98 | Cum tanto, de Consuetud.; cf. FS, Q[97], A[3]]. Now by 144 2, 98 | Paschal [*Paschal II] says (cf. I, qu. iii, cap. ~Si quis 145 2, 102 | states (De Natura Boni iii) [*Cf. FP, Q[5], A[5]]. Again, ~ 146 2, 102 | tend no less devotedly [*Cf. Q[82], A[2]] to ~the fulfilment 147 2, 102 | resist the ordinance of God" (cf. St. ~Augustine, De Verb. 148 2, 106 | wronged him: for Chrysostom [*Cf. Opus ~Imperfectum, Hom. 149 2, 106 | neighbor. For Chrysostom [*Cf. Opus Imperfectum, Hom. 150 2, 116 | St. Thomas is alluding (cf. A[2], ~OBJ[2])]. Now it 151 2, 116 | this ~foundation," says (cf. St. Augustine, De Fide 152 2, 117 | concupiscence of the "fomes" [*Cf. FS, Q[81], A[3], ad 2], 153 2, 119 | will be no unhappiness [*Cf. Q[30], A[1]]. Therefore 154 2, 122 | memory of those holy women [*Cf. Q[64], A[1], ad 2]."~Aquin.: 155 2, 127 | thirdly, he employs irony [*Cf. Q[113]] towards many; ~ 156 2, 130 | vainglory." But contention [*Cf. Q[38]] is not opposed to 157 2, 134 | good of a social virtue [*Cf. FS, Q[61], A[5]] is ~commensurate 158 2, 134 | the help ~of God's grace [*Cf. FS, Q[109], A[2]]. On the 159 2, 135 | not ~only on the matter [*Cf. Q[136], A[4], ad 2], but 160 2, 135 | needs the help of grace? [*Cf. FS, Q[109], A[10]]~Aquin.: 161 2, 139 | in ~the work referred to; Cf. his De Summo Bono xxxvii, 162 2, 140 | devised by human curiosity [*Cf. ~Q[167]], such as the nice [ 163 2, 140 | vice than intemperance? [*Cf. Q[125]]~Aquin.: SMT SS 164 2, 143 | and ~deserving of honor [*Cf. Q[148], A[6]].~Aquin.: 165 2, 144 | drink," where a ~gloss [*Cf. St. Augustine, QQ. Evang. 166 2, 145 | some virtuous [honestum] [*Cf. Q[145], A[1]] good. Now 167 2, 145 | them in a ~special manner [*Cf. FP, Q[8], A[3]], wherefore 168 2, 145 | Fasting is of two kinds [*Cf. A[1], ad 3]. One is the ~ 169 2, 145 | namely, ~heat, spirit [*Cf. P. I., Q. 118, A[1], ad 170 2, 145 | Augustine, De Lib. Arb. iii, 18; cf. De Nat. et Grat. lxvii]: " 171 2, 146 | reason of their nature [*Cf. FS, Q[102], A[6], ad 1]. 172 2, 146 | a sermon on Purgatory [*Cf. Append. to ~St. Augustine' 173 2, 147 | Bria,' a measure, a cup; Cf. Facciolati and Forcellini' 174 2, 148 | drunkards: for Gregory [*Cf. Canon Denique, dist. 4 175 2, 149 | name from "chastisement" [*Cf. A[1]~]. Now every movement 176 2, 149 | says [*Ep. cxlvii ad Amand. Cf. Gratian, ~Dist. xliv.], 177 2, 149 | adorned by the honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145]] of marriage, is 178 2, 151 | Origen, Hom. vi in Num.; Cf. Jerome, Ep. cxxiii ad Ageruch.] ~ 179 2, 151 | to a gloss on Eph. 5:3 (Cf. 2 Cor. ~12:21). But uncleanness 180 2, 151 | agree with ~it in matter (cf. Q[35], A[4], ad 2; Q[118], 181 2, 152 | says [*Ep. v ad Caesarium; Cf. can. Raptores xxxvi, qu. 182 2, 152 | the price of her purity ~[*Cf. Dt. 22:23-29]. The third 183 2, 152 | Augustine, De Bono Conjug. iv; Cf. ~Append. Grat. ad can. 184 2, 152 | marriage-bed [ad alienum torum]" [*Cf. Append. Gratian, ad can. 185 2, 152 | Decretals (XXXVI, qu. 1 [*Cf. ~Append. Grat. ad can. 186 2, 152 | Adulterii xxxii, qu. 7. Cf. Augustine, De Bono Conjugali, ~ 187 2, 154 | as in bilious persons [*Cf. ~FS, Q[46], A[5]], or from 188 2, 155 | as Sallust observes [*Cf. Q[120]]. ~As to clemency, 189 2, 155 | the Greek 'epieikeia' ~[*Cf. Q[120]]] to legal justice, 190 2, 156 | called "zealous anger" [*Cf. Greg., Moral. v, ~45]. 191 2, 156 | course of the human ~act [*Cf. FS, Q[46], A[8], OBJ[3]]. 192 2, 156 | point of view ~of decorum; Cf. Q[145], A[1]]. The second 193 2, 156 | the first part ~of pride [*Cf. Q[162], A[7], ad 2]; and 194 2, 156 | more prompt ~execution [*Cf. FS, Q[24], A[3]] of reason' 195 2, 157 | For it belongs ~to mercy [*Cf. Q[30], A[1]] to relieve 196 2, 158 | becomingly ~and honestly [*Cf. Q[145], A[1]], whether 197 2, 160 | His rule. Hence Boethius [*Cf. Cassian, de Caenob. Inst. 198 2, 160 | wherein I walked, the proud [*Cf. Ps. 139:6, ~'The proud 199 2, 161 | of absolute ~equality [*Cf. FP, Q[93], A[1]]: and such 200 2, 161 | relied on God's mercy [*Cf. Q[21], A[2], OBJ[3]. St. ~ 201 2, 161 | i.e. easily forgiven [*Cf. FS, Q[89], A[3], ad 1].~ 202 2, 162 | preserving man from death [*Cf. ~FS, Q[85], A[6]].~Aquin.: 203 2, 162 | Pecc. Mer. et ~Rem. i, 16. Cf. Gen. ad lit. ii. 32]), " 204 2, 162 | of deliberate action" ~[*Cf. FP, Q[98], A[2]].~Aquin.: 205 2, 163 | is changed by the devil [*Cf. FP, Q[91], A[3]]; whereas 206 2, 166 | The beauty of honesty [*Cf. Q[145], A[1]] pertains 207 2, 166 | friendliness or affability" [*Cf. Q[114], A[1]]. This regards ~ 208 2, 166 | virtue of truthfulness [*Cf. Q[9]], whereby a man, by 209 2, 167 | the contrary, Honesty [*Cf. Q[145]] pertains to virtue. 210 2, 167 | man is too solicitous [*Cf. Q[55], A[6]] in his attention 211 2, 167 | parade"; "contentment" [*Cf. Q[143], ~OBJ[4]], which 212 2, 169 | Holy Ghost [*For instance, cf. 2 Kgs. 7:3 seqq.], and ~ 213 2, 169 | changes not His counsel" [*Cf. FP, ~Q[19], A[7], ad 2].~ 214 2, 170 | to foresee the future [*Cf. FP, Q[86], ~A[4], ad 2]. 215 2, 170 | spiritual substances ~[*Cf. FP, Q[88], A[4], ad 2], 216 2, 170 | says (De Somn. et Vigil. [*Cf. De ~Divinat. per Somn. 217 2, 170 | Comment. in Luc. xvii, 12; Cf. Augustine, QQ. Evang. ii, 218 2, 171 | mirror of eternity") [*Cf. De ~Veritate, xii, 6; Sent. 219 2, 171 | containing ~the types [*Cf. FP, Q[15]] of future events. 220 2, 172 | comprehensor and wayfarer [*Cf. ~TP, QQ[9], seqq.]. Consequently 221 2, 172 | be Canonical Scripture; Cf. FP, Q[89], A[8], ad ~2] 222 2, 173 | nature" [*Reference unknown; Cf. De Veritate xiii, 1]. Now 223 2, 173 | outside one's proper order [*Cf. ~FS, Q[28], A[3]]; while 224 2, 173 | Paul, as also of ~Moses [*Cf. Q[174], A[4]]; and not 225 2, 173 | Teacher of the ~gentiles" [*Cf. FP, Q[68], A[4]].~Aquin.: 226 2, 173 | empyrean [*1 Tim. 2:7; ~Cf. FP, Q[12], A[11], ad 2], 227 2, 173 | of the lowest hierarchy [*Cf. FP, ~Q[108], A[1]], the 228 2, 173 | means of the phantasms [*Cf. ~FP, Q[84], A[7]] which 229 2, 173 | created intelligible species [*Cf. FP, ~Q[12], A[2]], since 230 2, 174 | Veni Sancte ~Spiritus.' Cf. Migne, Patr. Lat. tom. 231 2, 175 | Scythian, bond nor free.' ~Cf. FP, Q[93], A[6], ad 2 footnote]." 232 2, 176 | one to whom it is ~given (Cf. FS, Q[90], A[1]). Now the 233 2, 176 | portents," and "virtues." [*Cf. 2 Thess. 2:9, where the 234 2, 176 | elsewhere ~used in its stead: Cf. 1 Cor. 12:10,28; Heb. 2: 235 2, 177 | circular," and "oblique" [*Cf. Q[180], A[6]].~Aquin.: 236 2, 178 | derived from {rah} and {irzn}; Cf. Jerome, De ~Nom. Hebr.], 237 2, 178 | result of moral virtue [*Cf. Q[8], A[7]]. For it is 238 2, 178 | vi [*Hom. xiv in Ezech.; Cf. A[1], OBJ[3]]) that it ~ 239 2, 178 | According to a gloss [*Cf. De Trin. xv, 8] of Augustine 240 2, 178 | that he saw some shape [*Cf. FP, ~Q[12], A[11], ad 1], 241 2, 178 | of the operation itself [*Cf. FS, Q[3], A[5]], ~because 242 2, 178 | according to Dionysius [*Cf. Coel. Hier. iii], and as 243 2, 180 | from ~{rah} and {irzn}; Cf. Jerome, De Nom. Hebr.] 244 2, 182 | De Perf. Justit. ~viii [*Cf. De Spir. et Lit. XXXVI]), 245 2, 182 | the variety of states [*Cf. Q[183], A[2]].~Aquin.: 246 2, 182 | perfection beloved of God" [*Cf. Q[180], A[6]]. ~Moreover, 247 2, 182 | their bishop's permission (cf. Decret. xix, qu. 2, ~can. 248 2, 182 | would be to look back [*Cf. ~Lk. 9:62]. Yet a man may 249 2, 183 | a hermit of that name. (Cf. Baronius, Anno ~Christi, 250 2, 183 | as ~Pope Nicholas I says (cf. VII, qu. i, can. Sciscitaris).~ 251 2, 183 | letter to Pope Damasus [*Cf. Can. Clericos, cause. i, ~ 252 2, 184 | lost by neglecting Him" [*Cf. ~Q[81], A[1]], according 253 2, 184 | perfection," as a gloss ~[*Cf. Moral. ii] of Gregory states. 254 2, 185 | Ep. cxx ad Theodoret., 6, cf. XVI, qu. ~i, can. Adjicimus]: 255 2, 185 | of the Council of Nicea (cf. XVI, qu. i, ~can. Placuit) 256 2, 185 | says to ~Pope Damasus [*Cf. Cf. Can. Clericos, cause. 257 2, 185 | says to ~Pope Damasus [*Cf. Cf. Can. Clericos, cause. i, 258 2, 185 | arises from lack of honesty [*Cf. ~Q[145], A[1]], the other 259 2, 185 | vainglory; thus Augustine says (cf. OBJ[3]) that "even the 260 2, 186 | goods, ask them not again"; Cf. ~Mt. 5:40], " . . . thy 261 2, 186 | i [*Cap. Hoc ~nequaquam; Cf. Q[187], A[1], OBJ[1]]): " 262 2, 186 | Philosopher says ~(Polit. i, 2 [*Cf. Ethic. viii, 11]). Hence 263 2, 187 | Epo. Rotomag., cap. 14; Cf. can. Viduas: cause. xxvii, 264 2, 187 | wherefore religion is derived [*Cf. Q[81], A[1]] from ~"religare" [ 265 2, 187 | says (De Civ. Dei x, 3 [*Cf. De Vera Relig. lv]). But 266 2, 187 | conditions of righteousness [*Cf. Mt. 19:16-30], rebuke those ~ 267 2, 187 | to the divine service [*Cf. Q[184], A[5]], while ~parish 268 2, 187 | are ~at my house," says [*Cf. St. Thomas's Catena Aurea]: " 269 3, 4 | as is written Gal. 4:5 (cf. Heb. 2:10). Therefore ~ 270 3, 7 | virtue of the purified soul" (cf. FS, Q[61]~, A[5]).~Aquin.: 271 3, 11 | Spirit of knowledge . . . ~'; cf. Ecclus. 15:5]," under which 272 3, 13 | all men, as Remigius says (cf. Catena ~Aurea). Now, "things 273 3, 15 | passions are ailments [*Cf. FS, Q[24], A[2]]. But Christ' 274 3, 16 | two ~supposita in Christ [*Cf. Q[2], AA[3],6].~Aquin.: 275 3, 16 | creature." For Pope ~Leo says [*Cf. Append. Opp. August., Serm. 276 3, 16 | Implicitly. Hom. xxx in ~Matth; cf. St. Thomas, Catena Aurea 277 3, 18 | FS, Q[10], ~AA[1],[2] [*Cf. FP, Q[82], A[2]]. And yet 278 3, 22 | the sacrifice of Christ [*Cf. Q[79], A[1]]. Wherefore 279 3, 23 | FP, Q[33], A[3], OBJ[1]; cf. FP, Q[45], A[6]. Therefore 280 3, 25 | which is principal in him [*Cf. ~Ethic. ix, 8]. But since 281 3, 25 | shalt adore [Vulg.: ~'fear'; cf. Mt. 4:10] the Lord thy 282 3, 27 | multiplicity of things (Cf. Dionysius, Div. Nom. iv), 283 3, 27 | his work De Trinitate [*Cf. Sent. ii, D, 24]. Therefore 284 3, 27 | sermon on the ~Assumption (cf. Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): " 285 3, 28 | dine "before he dines" (cf. Jerome, Contra Helvid.). ~ 286 3, 28 | knowledge by intercourse (cf. Jerome, Contra Helvid.); ~ 287 3, 29 | wedding," as ~Remigius [*Cf. Catena Aurea in Matth.] 288 3, 31 | De ~Consensu Evang. ii, Cf. Retract. ii).~Aquin.: SMT 289 3, 31 | persons not counting Him" (cf. Augustine, De Consensu ~ 290 3, 31 | Hence as Chrysostom [*Cf. Opus ~Imperf. in Matth. 291 3, 35 | benefit of ~existence" [*Cf. Augustine, De Unit. Trin. 292 3, 35 | by ~Cyril in an epistle [*Cf. Acta Concil. Ephes., p. 293 3, 35 | letter ~against Nestorius [*Cf. Acta Conc. Ephes., p. 1, 294 3, 36 | gradually merged into one [*Cf. Eusebius, Chronic. ~II, 295 3, 36 | that a rational animal [*Cf. FP, Q[51], A[1], ad 2]," 296 3, 38 | Christ. Wherefore Bede [*Cf. Scot. Erig. ~in Joan. iii, 297 3, 38 | etc. as related, Jn. 1:23 (cf. Is. 40:3). Moreover, the 298 3, 40 | places: hence ~Remigius [*Cf. Catena Aurea, Matth. 5: 299 3, 43 | in the power of God" [*Cf. 2 ~Cor. 13:4], and this 300 3, 43 | Christ "gathered" together [*Cf. Mt. 12:24-30; Mk. ~3:22; 301 3, 44 | Chrysostom [*Victor of Antioch. Cf. Catena Aurea] says that " 302 3, 44 | the mouth of a sinner" [*Cf. ~Theophylact, Enarr. in 303 3, 44 | declare the glory of ~God' (cf. Mk. 5:19; Lk. 8:39), that 304 3, 45 | people" [*Bede, Hom. xviii; cf. Catena ~Aurea]; and "in 305 3, 46 | sermon on the Passion [*Cf. Serm. ci De Tempore]: " 306 3, 46 | case, ~as stated above (cf. Q[14], A[1], ad 2; Q[45], 307 3, 46 | the navel of the ~earth" [*Cf. Jerome's comment on Ezech. 308 3, 47 | for us. God's "severity" (cf. Rm. 11:22) is thereby shown, 309 3, 51 | preserve them from corruption [*Cf. Catena Aurea in ~Joan. 310 3, 51 | as Augustine observes [*Cf. Catena ~Aurea]. Hilary ( 311 3, 51 | Augustine says (De Trin. iv; cf. De Consens. Evang. ~iii), 312 3, 52 | bars of iron were ~burst'" (Cf. Is. 45:2). Hence on behalf 313 3, 53 | been said (Q[36], A[4]; ~cf. SS, Q[2], AA[7],8). Consequently, 314 3, 54 | wounds, because as Pope Leo [*Cf. ~Append. Opp. August., 315 3, 55 | dominion is in every ~place (Cf. Ps. 102:22).~Aquin.: SMT 316 3, 55 | fulfilling out of kindness)" [*Cf. Catena Aurea in Luc. xxiv, ~ 317 3, 55 | Eusebius [*Of Caesarea; Cf. Migne, P. G., xxii, 1003] 318 3, 55 | the term in his works [*Cf. Prior. Anal. ii; Rhetor. ~ 319 3, 55 | affording positive proof" [*Cf. Prior. Anal. ii]. ~Now 320 3, 57 | ascend in the heart of man" (cf. Ps. ~83:6), when his heart 321 3, 57 | according to Ps. 67:19 (Cf. Eph. 4:8): ~"Ascending 322 3, 59 | lowliness of His Passion" ~[*Cf. Augustine, Tract. civ in 323 3, 61 | in the FP, Q[95], A[4] (cf. FS, Q[109], A[2]; FS, Q[ 324 3, 64 | against Julian (In Psalm xxxi, cf. Contra ~Julian iv). Therefore, 325 3, 65 | Book of ~Paralipomenon (cf. 2 Paral 33:18): "Thou, 326 3, 66 | to Habac 2 (Heb. 10:38; cf. Habac 2:4): "But (My) just 327 3, 66 | Further, as Augustine (cf. Master of the Sentences, 328 3, 66 | Augustine (Super. Joan., cf. De Haeres. lxix) ~relates 329 3, 66 | unto "newness of life" (cf. Rm. 6:3,4). Now ~"Christ 330 3, 66 | a reason of his faith" (cf. ~1 Pt. 3:15; Innocent III, 331 3, 67 | it is written in Col. 3 (cf. Gal. 3:28), that ~in Christ 332 3, 69 | says on the same passage (cf. ad 1), "the ~punishment 333 3, 72 | wit, our King ~triumphed (cf. Col. 2:15).~Aquin.: SMT 334 3, 73 | shall do these things" [*Cf. Canon ~of the Mass], speaking 335 3, 75 | 1/5~Reply OBJ 1: Some [*Cf. Albert the Great, Sent. 336 3, 78 | thereof, as ~Augustine says (cf. Q[73], A[3], ad 1).~Aquin.: 337 3, 79 | our Lord says (Mk. 12:43: cf. Lk. 21:4) ~of the widow 338 3, 80 | De Remedio Penitentiae (cf. Tract. in ~Joan. xxv, n. 339 3, 80 | avoid them in the future" ~[*Cf. Rule of Augustine]. But 340 3, 80 | Augustine says (De Verbis. Dom.; cf. Serm. ~lxxxii). Consequently, 341 3, 80 | For Pope Gelasius says (cf. De Consecr. ii): "We have 342 3, 80 | hence Pope Gelasius adds (cf. De Consecr. ii), "because 343 3, 82 | immediately after Article ~4 (Cf. Leonine edition).]~Aquin.: 344 3, 82 | Jerome says upon Leviticus (cf. De Consecr., dist. 2): ~" 345 3, 82 | I says (Ep. ad Elphid., ~cf. Decret. i, q. 1): "How 346 3, 82 | Pope Leo I says (Ep. lxxx; cf. Decretal ~i, q. 1): Elsewhere "( 347 3, 82 | because Pope Gelasius I says (cf. Decretal, Dist. 55): "As 348 3, 83 | the Liber Sentent. Prosp. (cf. Ep. ~xcviii): "Christ was 349 3, 83 | 3: For the same reason (cf. Reply OBJ[2]) the priest 350 3, 84 | sacrament. For Gregory [*Cf. ~Isidore, Etym. vi, ch. 351 3, 84 | his book De Poenitentia [Cf. Serm. ~cccli]: "No one 352 3, 84 | joy is with expansion [*Cf. FS, Q[33], ~A[1]] of the 353 3, 85 | the first principle ~[*Cf. FS, Q[113]] of which acts 354 3, 88 | Lib. Resp. Prosperi i [*Cf. Prosper, ~Responsiones 355 3, 88 | Lib. Resp. Prosperi i [*Cf. Prosper, ~Responsiones 356 3, 88 | Gregory says (Moral. xviii [*Cf. Dial. iv]): "It is ~evident 357 3, 88 | second plank after shipwreck (cf. ~Q[84], A[6]). Secondly, 358 3, 89 | Further, Ambrose says [*Cf. Hypognosticon iii, an anonymous 359 3, 90 | says in De Poenitentia [*Cf. Hom. 30 inter 1] ~that 360 Suppl, 2 | says in De ~Poenitentia [*Cf. Hom. 50 inter 1]: "No man 361 Suppl, 5 | to the other sacraments ~(cf. Sent. iv, D, 1, Q[1], A[ 362 Suppl, 6 | may gather from a ~gloss [*Cf. Gregory, Moral. xxii, 9] 363 Suppl, 8 | sprinkling of holy water (cf. TP, ~Q[87], A[3]).~Aquin.: 364 Suppl, 8 | own ~priest. For Gregory [*Cf. Can. Ex auctoritate xvi, 365 Suppl, 10| taken in three senses [*Cf. FS, Q[88], A[2]]: first, 366 Suppl, 10| is taken for the deed" [*Cf. Can. Magna ~Pietas, De 367 Suppl, 12| the suggestions of sin" [*Cf. ~XP/Q[12]/A[3]/OBJ[1]]. 368 Suppl, 12| name of "concupiscence," Cf. ~FS, Q[82], A[3].] But 369 Suppl, 12| sins; and as ~Augustine (Cf. OBJ[1]) defines it. Now 370 Suppl, 13| Aristotle, Ethic. v, 5; Cf. SS, Q[61], A[4]]. Now punishment 371 Suppl, 17| he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, ~Q[62], A[1]; TP, Q[ 372 Suppl, 18| he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, Q[62], A[1]; TP, ~Q[ 373 Suppl, 18| he altered his ~opinion. Cf. TP, Q[62], A[1]; TP, Q[ 374 Suppl, 18| he altered his opinion. Cf. TP, Q[62], A[1]; TP, Q[ 375 Suppl, 18| judgment. For Jerome [*Cf. Can. 86, Mensuram, De Poenit. 376 Suppl, 18| contrary, Gregory VII [*Cf. Act. Concil. Rom. v, Can. 377 Suppl, 19| teaching ~on this point, Cf. TP, Q[48], A[6]; FS, Q[ 378 Suppl, 19| teaching on this point, cf. TP, Q[48], A[6]; FS, ~Q[ 379 Suppl, 20| of sins is ~subordinate [*Cf. Q[17], A[2], ad 1]. Therefore, 380 Suppl, 22| and something exceeded [*Cf. A[1], a[2]; Q[24], A[1], 381 Suppl, 22| A gloss of Augustine [*Cf. Ep. ccl] on Mt. 12 asserts ~ 382 Suppl, 23| militate against charity" (Cf. Q[11], A[1], OBJ[1]). But 383 Suppl, 28| by penance" as Ambrose ~[*Cf. Hypognost. iii, among the 384 Suppl, 30| what has been said above ~(cf. Q[29], A[8]).~Aquin.: SMT 385 Suppl, 36| Order he has ~received? [*Cf. TP, Q[64], A[6]]~Aquin.: 386 Suppl, 37| Moreover the episcopate [*Cf. Q[40], A[5]] and ~the office 387 Suppl, 37| angels differ specifically [*Cf. FP, Q[50], A[4]]: for ~ 388 Suppl, 38| Church can confer ~Orders? [*Cf. TP, Q[64], AA[5],9] ~Aquin.: 389 Suppl, 40| like to Christ ~Himself [*Cf. TP, Q[63], A[3]]. Hence 390 Suppl, 41| aureole, is due to virgins [*Cf. Q[96], A[5]]. ~Therefore 391 Suppl, 42| man under sensible signs [*Cf. TP, Q[61], A[1]; TP, Q[ 392 Suppl, 42| also those three things [*Cf. TP, Q[66], ~A[1]] are to 393 Suppl, 42| contact with ~Christ's body [*Cf. TP, Q[66], A[3], ad 4] 394 Suppl, 42| institution works ~dispositively [*Cf. Q[18], A[1], where St. 395 Suppl, 42| integrity of marriage [*Cf. TP, Q[29], A[2]~].~Aquin.: 396 Suppl, 44| reality and sacrament [*Cf. TP, Q[66], A[1]] to be 397 Suppl, 47| involuntary in a certain respect (Cf. FS, Q[6], A[6]). ~Wherefore 398 Suppl, 53| since ~according to Jerome [*Cf. St. Augustine, De Bono 399 Suppl, 53| belongs to the truth of life [*Cf. FP, ~Q[16], A[4], ad 3; 400 Suppl, 53| bodies clean by continence ~[*Cf. Is. 52:11]. But it is owing 401 Suppl, 53| without the other's consent [*Cf. Q[61], A[1]]. Now ~a sacred 402 Suppl, 54| from the surplus food [*Cf. FP, Q[119], ~A[2]]. Now 403 Suppl, 55| the writ of accusation; Cf. SS, Q[33], A[7]]. But ~ 404 Suppl, 58| non-consummated marriages." Cf. Catholic ~Encyclopedia, 405 Suppl, 62| preceded by inscription [*Cf. SS, ~Q[33], A[7]], whereby 406 Suppl, 62| preceded by inscription; [*Cf. SS, Q[33], ~A[7]] thirdly, 407 Suppl, 63| defect of signification; Cf. A[2], OBJ[3]]. Hence the ~ 408 Suppl, 63| intercourse is excused ~[*Cf. Q[69], A[1]] by the marriage 409 Suppl, 64| penance for an ill-taken vow [*Cf. Q[53], AA[1],4; ~Q[61], 410 Suppl, 65| were done to ~thyself" [*Cf. Tobias 4:16] is a precept 411 Suppl, 65| good of the offspring [*Cf. Q[44], A[2]], which is 412 Suppl, 67| mankind "to perfection" [*Cf. ~Heb. 7:19] by bringing 413 Suppl, 67| of the spirit of life" [*Cf. Rm. 8:2].~Aquin.: SMT XP 414 Suppl, 67| arguments on both ~sides [*Cf. FS, Q[105], A[4], ad 8; 415 Suppl, 69| Vulg.: 'eternal in heaven'; cf. 1 Pt. ~1:4]." Therefore, 416 Suppl, 69| supposition is impossible [*Cf. FS, Q[89], A[6]]. If, ~ 417 Suppl, 70| in the separated soul? [*Cf. FP, ~Q[77], A[8]]~Aquin.: 418 Suppl, 70| radically, as stated above [*Cf. ~FP, Q[77], A[8], ad 1 419 Suppl, 70| separated soul will remember [*Cf. FP, Q[77], A[8]; FP, Q[ 420 Suppl, 71| first grace for another [*Cf. ~FS, Q[114], A[6]]: and 421 Suppl, 71| by ~grace nor, by name" [*Cf. Oratio ad Vesperas, Fer. 422 Suppl, 71| Origen (Peri ~Archon. i; cf. Gregory, Moral. xxxiv): 423 Suppl, 71| commuted by the Divine mercy [*Cf. FP, ~Q[19], A[7], ad 2].~ 424 Suppl, 71| granting the indulgence [*Cf. Q[25], A[2]]. ~Now there 425 Suppl, 72| knowledge by the higher angels [*Cf. FP, Q[106], A[1]~], as 426 Suppl, 72| comprehend the essence of ~God [*Cf. FP, Q[12], AA[7],8]: even 427 Suppl, 72| wishes all men to be saved" [*Cf. FP, Q[19], A[6], ad ~1]. 428 Suppl, 72| applied to the angels, [*Cf. FP, ~Q[108], A[5], ad 1] 429 Suppl, 72| which moves all ~things (cf. Aristotle, Phys. viii, 430 Suppl, 72| iv, D, 1, qu. 1, A[4]) [*Cf. TP, Q[62], A[4], ~ad 1]. 431 Suppl, 72| impressions ~from without" [*Cf. Sent. Philosop. ex Arist. 432 Suppl, 72| corruption of the fomes [*Cf. FS, Q[83], A[3]; FS, Q[ 433 Suppl, 72| ii, D, 4, qu. 1, A[3]; *[Cf. FP, Q[49], A[3]]).~Aquin.: 434 Suppl, 75| the flame of the fomes [*Cf. FS, Q[82], A[3]] whereby 435 Suppl, 76| mover to the thing moved, [*Cf. FP, ~Q[76], A[1]] or as 436 Suppl, 76| Philosopher (De Anima ii, 2 [*Cf. FP, ~Q[76], A[1]]). It 437 Suppl, 79| passive" in two ways [*Cf. FS, ~Q[22], A[1]]. First 438 Suppl, 79| their own and others' joy (Cf. TP, ~Q[54], A[4], ad 3). 439 Suppl, 79| from "animus" - the mind. Cf. FS, ~Q[50], A[1],3m; FS, 440 Suppl, 79| impressions from without" [*Cf. Q[74], ~A[4], On the contrary] 441 Suppl, 80| with the abode of God. Cf. FP, Q[56], A[3]].~Aquin.: 442 Suppl, 80| even as in His birth [*Cf. ~TP, Q[28], A[2], ad 3]. 443 Suppl, 80| passion to the detriment [*Cf. FS, Q[22], A[1]; FS, ~Q[ 444 Suppl, 80| not seen when it ~will [*Cf. TP, Q[55], A[4]]. On the 445 Suppl, 81| Spiritu ~et Anima, lxiii [*Cf. Q[70], A[2], ad 1]), "all 446 Suppl, 81| with the ~abode of God. Cf. FP, Q[56], A[3]]. But even 447 Suppl, 82| from "animus" - the mind. Cf. FS, Q[50], A[1],3m; FS, 448 Suppl, 82| a passion of the soul [*Cf. Q[82], A[1]], so in virtue ~ 449 Suppl, 82| from "animus" - the mind. Cf. FS, Q[50], A[1]~,3m; FS, 450 Suppl, 84| called the "book of life" [*Cf. FP, ~Q[24], A[1], ad 1]. 451 Suppl, 84| things to one another [*Cf. ~FP, Q[107]]. Therefore 452 Suppl, 85| hath done in the body [*Cf. 2 Cor. ~5:10], not indeed 453 Suppl, 85| things by His knowledge [*Cf. FP, ~Q[14], A[8]]. Now 454 Suppl, 86| angels enlighten the lower [*Cf. FP, Q[106]],: or by way 455 Suppl, 86| angels speak to the higher [*Cf. FP, Q[107], A[2]].~Aquin.: 456 Suppl, 86| all in His human nature [*Cf. TP, Q[59], A[6]], according 457 Suppl, 86| judge as stated above ~[*Cf. A[1]], is that he will 458 Suppl, 86| will judge, ~in the causal (Cf. A[1]) sense, because others 459 Suppl, 86| a professor's chair" [*Cf. ~St. Isidore, Etym. vii, 460 Suppl, 86| approving the sentence [*Cf. A[1]].~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 461 Suppl, 86| will continue for ~ever) [*Cf. FP, Q[108], AA[7],8], so, 462 Suppl, 86| in nature and rewards [*Cf. FP, Q[108], A[8]~], so 463 Suppl, 86| faith, wood, hay, stubble [*Cf. FS, Q[89], A[2]]; they, 464 Suppl, 87| heaven ~and in earth" [*Cf. TP, Q[59]].~Aquin.: SMT 465 Suppl, 87| also of spiritual goods [*Cf. TP, Q[56], A[2], ad ~1].~ 466 Suppl, 87| judging as when judged ~(Cf. ad 2).~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 467 Suppl, 87| contrary to their will [*Cf. SS, ~Q[34], A[1]]. Therefore 468 Suppl, 88| previously in some likeness [*Cf. FP, Q[73], A[1]] either 469 Suppl, 88| obediential potentiality [*Cf. FP, Q[115], A[2], ad 4; 470 Suppl, 88| the animals ~and plants [*Cf. Gn. 1:11,12,20,21,24,25]. 471 Suppl, 88| incorruption, as explained above [*Cf. Q[74], A[1], ad 3].~Aquin.: 472 Suppl, 89| BLESSED* (THREE ARTICLES) [*Cf. FP, Q[12]]~In the next 473 Suppl, 89| by a separate quiddity [*Cf. FP, ~Q[88], A[2]].~Aquin.: 474 Suppl, 89| knower the power to know [*Cf. FP, Q[12], A[5]].~Aquin.: 475 Suppl, 89| the eyes of ~the body? [*Cf. FP, Q[12], A[3]]~Aquin.: 476 Suppl, 89| see all that God sees? [*Cf. FP, Q[12], ~AA[7],8]~Aquin.: 477 Suppl, 89| penalties of the present life ~[*Cf. FS, Q[85], A[3]]. Now all 478 Suppl, 89| namely the soul of Christ [*Cf. TP, Q[16], A[2]], ~which 479 Suppl, 90| this consists in action [*Cf. FS, Q[3], A[2]].~Aquin.: 480 Suppl, 90| increase in intensity [*Cf. FS, Q[4], A[5]~, ad 5, 481 Suppl, 90| consists in an ~operation [*Cf. FS, Q[3], A[2], seqq.], 482 Suppl, 90| the greater the ~delight [*Cf. FS, Q[32], A[1]], as stated 483 Suppl, 90| efficacy from charity [*Cf. FS, Q[114], A[4]], which 484 Suppl, 90| itself ~for its object [*Cf. SS, Q[24], A[3], ad 1]. 485 Suppl, 90| endeavour to obtain ~grace [*Cf. SS, Q[23], A[8]]. Consequently 486 Suppl, 91| Concerning this Reply, Cf. FP, Q[89], A[8]].~Aquin.: 487 Suppl, 91| proceeds from charity [*Cf. SS, Q[30]]; and charity 488 Suppl, 92| the reason of all giving [*Cf. FP, Q[38], A[2]].~Aquin.: 489 Suppl, 92| the same as beatitude*? [*Cf. FP, Q[12], A[7], ad 1; ~ 490 Suppl, 92| but is absolutely entire [*Cf. TP, Q[8], A[1]], so ~that 491 Suppl, 92| hold Him within ourself ~[*Cf. FS, Q[4], A[3]]; while 492 Suppl, 92| will not remain in heaven ~[Cf. SS, Q[18], A[2]] but will 493 Suppl, 93| treated of this already [*Cf. FS, Q[70], A[1], ad 2].~ 494 Suppl, 93| corruption of the fomes [*Cf. TP, Q[27], A[3]]. Therefore 495 Suppl, 93| D, 33, Q[3], AA[1],2) ~[*Cf. TP, Q[152], AA[1],3]. Consequently 496 Suppl, 93| integrity of the mind [*Cf. SS, ~Q[64], A[3], ad 3; 497 Suppl, 93| to Gregory (Moral. ix [*Cf. St. Augustine, De ~Adult. 498 Suppl, 93| celebrates their martyrdom [*Cf. SS, Q[64], A[5]].~Aquin.: 499 Suppl, 93| and ~other like things [*Cf. SS, Q[124], A[5]].~Aquin.: 500 Suppl, 93| innocence and carnal integrity [*Cf. SS, Q[124], ~A[1], ad 1,


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