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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 25 | better. ~And the Blessed Virgin Mary is raised above all 2 1, 25 | of God; and the Blessed Virgin from the fact that she is 3 1, 27 | assuming flesh from the Virgin, and that the ~Father also 4 1, 99 | believe was granted to the ~Virgin Mother of God. And as soon 5 1, 118 | which was supplied by the Virgin Mother, ~was derived from 6 2, 81 | Holy ~Ghost came upon the Virgin," (of whom Christ was to 7 2, 81 | purification in the Blessed Virgin was not ~needed to hinder 8 2, 92 | man may ask a consecrated virgin in marriage": or ~punishes, 9 2, 102 | away," or any ~other than a virgin: both on account of the 10 2, 103 | was it said: "Behold a ~virgin shall conceive and bear 11 2, 2 | Christ shall be born of a virgin, ~and in Him, I believe. 12 2, 4 | from Is. 7:14: "Behold a virgin shall conceive." Therefore 13 2, 18 | present you as a chaste virgin to Christ": whereas servile 14 2, 79 | itself Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "it is honored 15 2, 97 | violation of a ~consecrate virgin, or of any woman in a sacred 16 2, 97 | holiness, for instance if a virgin consecrated ~to God be guilty 17 2, 101 | instance to the Blessed Virgin as being the mother ~of 18 2, 122 | contrary, Augustine (De Sanct. Virgin. xlvi) prefers martyrdom 19 2, 122 | the Mother of God was both virgin and martyr, ~although she 20 2, 149 | present you as a chaste virgin to Christ." If, on the ~ 21 2, 150 | quotation is from De ~Sancta Virgin. xiii] that "virginity is 22 2, 150 | for Augustine says (De Virgin. xiii) that "virginal integrity 23 2, 150 | contrary, Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "virginity is ~ 24 2, 150 | Hence, Ambrose says ~(De Virgin. i, 5) that "virginal chastity 25 2, 150 | perpetual" does not imply that a virgin must always ~retain this 26 2, 150 | Wherefore Augustine says (De Virgin. viii) that "although virginity 27 2, 150 | unmarried woman and the virgin ~thinketh on the things 28 2, 150 | as a country lout. But a virgin does not refrain from ~every 29 2, 150 | but He cannot restore the virgin after her ~downfall." Therefore 30 2, 150 | contrary, Ambrose says (De Virgin. i, 3): "Love of virginity ~ 31 2, 150 | Hence Augustine says (De Virgin. ~xi): "Nor do we praise 32 2, 150 | For Augustine says (De Virgin. ~viii) that "by virginity, 33 2, 150 | seem to follow that every virgin is to be praised more than 34 2, 150 | contrary, Augustine says (De Virgin. xix): "Both solid reason 35 2, 150 | Christ Who both chose a ~virgin for His mother, and remained 36 2, 150 | and remained Himself a virgin, and by the teaching ~of 37 2, 150 | person may be better than a virgin for two reasons. First, 38 2, 150 | the one who ~is actually a virgin. Hence Augustine (De Bono 39 2, 150 | Conjug. xxii) charges the ~virgin to say: "I am no better 40 2, 150 | the person who ~is not a virgin has some more excellent 41 2, 150 | Wherefore Augustine says ~(De Virgin. xliv): "Whence does a virgin 42 2, 150 | Virgin. xliv): "Whence does a virgin know the things that belong 43 2, 150 | Hence Augustine says (De Virgin. ix): ~"It must be confessed 44 2, 150 | virtues. For ~Cyprian says (De Virgin. [*De Habitu Virg.]): "We 45 2, 150 | contrary, Augustine says (De Virgin. xlvi): "No one, methinks, ~ 46 2, 150 | virginity to martyrdom," and (De Virgin. xlv): "The ~authority of 47 2, 150 | Wherefore Ambrose says (De Virgin. i, 7): "Can anyone esteem ~ 48 2, 150 | any beauty greater than a virgin's, since she is beloved 49 2, 150 | flesh, as Augustine says (De Virgin. xxvii). Wherefore they 50 2, 151 | and much more that of the Virgin Mary."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 51 2, 152 | intercourse is married or a ~virgin, or of some other condition. 52 2, 152 | Cyprian says (Ad Pompon, de Virgin., Ep. lxii), "By their very ~ 53 2, 152 | unlawful violation of a virgin, according ~to the Decretals ( 54 2, 152 | venereal act whereby ~a virgin is violated. Therefore, 55 2, 152 | attaches to the violation of a virgin who is under her ~father' 56 2, 152 | unlawful violation of a virgin, ~while still under the 57 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 1: Although a virgin is free from the bond of 58 2, 152 | One is on the part of the virgin, who, though ~not violated 59 2, 152 | 17): "If a man ~seduce a virgin not yet espoused, and lie 60 2, 152 | find a damsel that is a virgin, who is not ~espoused, and 61 2, 152 | unlawfully to violate a ~virgin. This force is employed 62 2, 152 | sometimes both towards the virgin and ~towards her father; 63 2, 152 | the father and not to the ~virgin, for instance if she allows 64 2, 152 | widow or one who is not a virgin. Hence Pope Symmachus ~says [* 65 2, 152 | employing force, ~violates a virgin unlawfully.~Aquin.: SMT 66 2, 152 | conditions, ~namely either a virgin, or under her father's care, 67 2, 152 | as Augustine ~states (De Virgin. 8), the observance of chastity, 68 2, 152 | incest. Intercourse with a virgin consecrated to God, ~inasmuch 69 2, 152 | to tempt a consecrated ~virgin with a view to marriage, 70 2, 152 | violence. Hence ~rape of a virgin is graver than seduction, 71 2, 162 | pain: ~except the Blessed Virgin, who "conceived without 72 2, 168 | by the seduction of the virgin over whom he has ~no connubial 73 2, 169 | instance (Is. 7:14), 'Behold a virgin shall ~conceive, and bear 74 2, 169 | of Is. ~7:14: "Behold a virgin shall conceive." Sometimes, 75 2, 172 | gloss on Mt. 1:23, "Behold a virgin shall be with child," where 76 2, 184 | unmarried ~woman and the virgin thinketh on the things of 77 2, 184 | for Augustine says (De Virgin. xlvi): "No ~one, methinks, 78 2, 187 | married ~before being a virgin. In like manner it is not 79 3, 2 | e.g. that He was ~born of a Virgin, suffered, was crucified, 80 3, 2 | deigned to be born of a ~Virgin" [*Feast of the Circumcision, 81 3, 2 | Further, of the Blessed Virgin it is sung that "she merited 82 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: The Blessed Virgin is said to have merited 83 3, 4 | Jesus Christ, ~born of the Virgin Mary, because He is the 84 3, 5 | born, taking flesh of the Virgin's body, and not bringing 85 3, 6 | conceived in the womb of ~the Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[6] A[3] 86 3, 6 | Incarnation which was of the Virgin."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[6] A[ 87 3, 6 | incarnate in the womb of the Virgin; for thus His soul would 88 3, 6 | conceived in the womb of the Virgin without the Godhead ~before 89 3, 7 | was said to the Blessed Virgin ~(Lk. 1:28): "Hail, full 90 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 1: The Blessed Virgin is said to be full of grace, 91 3, 14 | OBJ 1: The flesh of the Virgin was conceived in original 92 3, 14 | these defects. ~But from the Virgin, Christ's flesh assumed 93 3, 15 | substance of His ~flesh from the Virgin's flesh; but the virtue 94 3, 15 | of the Holy Ghost in the Virgin's ~womb. Therefore it lay 95 3, 16 | that Christ ~was born of a Virgin, and that He was from eternity; 96 3, 16 | that God was born of a virgin, or that the Man was from 97 3, 16 | body which He took from the Virgin, is ~said simply to be born 98 3, 16 | simply to be born of the Virgin. Therefore by reason of 99 3, 16 | doubt how the birth from the Virgin applies ~to the Person of 100 3, 19 | and this is shown by the Virgin conceiving supernaturally 101 3, 25 | therefore, the Blessed Virgin ~is a mere rational creature, 102 3, 25 | AA[4],5). But the Blessed Virgin is in ~herself an object 103 3, 26 | CONCEPTION . . . . ~. the Blessed Virgin . . . . . springs from Adam 104 3, 26 | the ~flesh of the Blessed Virgin was conceived in original 105 3, 26 | the body of the Blessed Virgin, being descended from ~Adam 106 3, 26 | the ~body of the Blessed Virgin would not be infected with 107 3, 26 | the body of the Blessed Virgin, being seminally descended 108 3, 26 | that because the Blessed Virgin was not ~sanctified before 109 3, 27 | SANCTIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (SIX ARTICLES)~After the 110 3, 27 | 1) Whether the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, was sanctified 111 3, 27 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before her 112 3, 27 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin was not sanctified before ~ 113 3, 27 | birth. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was ~not sanctified before 114 3, 27 | Therefore the Blessed ~Virgin was not sanctified before 115 3, 27 | therefore, the Blessed Virgin was ~sanctified before her 116 3, 27 | therefore that the Blessed Virgin ~was not sanctified before 117 3, 27 | neither ~could the Blessed Virgin be cleansed from original 118 3, 27 | in her birth the Blessed Virgin was holy. Therefore she ~ 119 3, 27 | on the Assumption of the Virgin, argues ~with reason, since 120 3, 27 | we believe the Blessed ~Virgin to have been sanctified 121 3, 27 | OBJ 1: Even in the Blessed Virgin, first was that which is ~ 122 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 3: The Blessed Virgin was sanctified in the womb 123 3, 27 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before animation?~ 124 3, 27 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin was sanctified before ~animation. 125 3, 27 | grace was bestowed on ~the Virgin Mother of God than on any 126 3, 27 | therefore could the Blessed Virgin be sanctified ~before animation.~ 127 3, 27 | it was fitting ~that this Virgin should shine with such a 128 3, 27 | the purity ~of the Blessed Virgin would have been greater, 129 3, 27 | Conception of the ~Blessed Virgin. Therefore it seems that 130 3, 27 | Therefore the Blessed Virgin could be sanctified even 131 3, 27 | Therefore also the Blessed Virgin ~was not sanctified until 132 3, 27 | sanctification of the Blessed Virgin cannot be ~understood as 133 3, 27 | rational soul, the Blessed ~Virgin was not sanctified.~Aquin.: 134 3, 27 | whatever manner the Blessed Virgin ~would have been sanctified 135 3, 27 | therefore, that the Blessed Virgin was ~sanctified after animation.~ 136 3, 27 | the soul of the Blessed Virgin had never incurred the ~ 137 3, 27 | the ~purity of the Blessed Virgin holds the highest place. 138 3, 27 | of God." But the Blessed Virgin did indeed ~contract original 139 3, 27 | that is of the Blessed ~Virgin, who in her birth was immune 140 3, 27 | Conception of the Blessed Virgin, yet it tolerates the custom 141 3, 27 | the parents of the Blessed Virgin were cleansed from ~original 142 3, 27 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin was cleansed from the infection 143 3, 27 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin was not cleansed from the ~ 144 3, 27 | taken away from the Blessed Virgin, pertaining to ~the perfection 145 3, 27 | came upon" the Blessed Virgin, "purifying her," before 146 3, 27 | was not in the Blessed ~Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 147 3, 27 | sanctification ~whereby the Blessed Virgin was sanctified in the womb. 148 3, 27 | fomes was in the Blessed ~Virgin without an inclination to 149 3, 27 | bestowed on the Blessed Virgin, such ~a disposition of 150 3, 27 | of sanctification in the Virgin had the force of ~original 151 3, 27 | part of the dignity of ~the Virgin Mother, yet it is somewhat 152 3, 27 | appeared in sinless flesh, His Virgin ~Mother's or anyone else' 153 3, 27 | sanctification in the womb, ~the Virgin was not freed from the fomes 154 3, 27 | east," i.e. by the Blessed ~Virgin, "and the earth," i.e. her 155 3, 27 | in order that the Blessed Virgin might be conformed ~to her 156 3, 27 | ascribe to the ~Blessed Virgin perfect virtue and abundant 157 3, 27 | purification in the ~Blessed Virgin. The first was, as it were, 158 3, 27 | in the womb the Blessed Virgin was preserved ~from all 159 3, 27 | in the womb the Blessed ~Virgin was not preserved from all 160 3, 27 | the fomes remained in the ~Virgin. Now the motion of the fomes, 161 3, 27 | venial sin in the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 162 3, 27 | says that the Blessed Virgin "was ~troubled with wondering 163 3, 27 | sin. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was not preserved ~from 164 3, 27 | sinful. Therefore the Blessed Virgin was ~not preserved from 165 3, 27 | questions concerning the ~holy Virgin Mary, on account of the 166 3, 27 | Testament." Now the Blessed Virgin was chosen by God to be 167 3, 27 | simply that the Blessed Virgin committed no ~actual sin, 168 3, 27 | remained in the Blessed ~Virgin, but fettered; lest she 169 3, 27 | Optim.) that "the Blessed Virgin while standing ~by the cross, 170 3, 27 | in the womb, the Blessed Virgin received ~the fulness of 171 3, 27 | in the womb, the ~Blessed Virgin did not receive the fulness 172 3, 27 | else. Therefore the Blessed Virgin ~did not receive the fulness 173 3, 27 | Phys. ~iii. But the Blessed Virgin received additional grace 174 3, 27 | Christ." But the Blessed Virgin Mary was ~nearest to Christ 175 3, 27 | received." Whereas the Blessed Virgin Mary received such a ~fulness 176 3, 27 | of grace in the Blessed ~Virgin. The first was a kind of 177 3, 27 | of grace in the Blessed Virgin was ~through the presence 178 3, 27 | no doubt that the Blessed Virgin received in a ~high degree 179 3, 27 | was proper to the Blessed Virgin to be ~sanctified in the 180 3, 27 | was proper for the Blessed Virgin, after ~Christ, to be sanctified 181 3, 27 | A[4]) that ~the Blessed Virgin was sanctified in the womb, 182 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 1: The blessed Virgin, who was chosen by God to 183 3, 27 | granted ~to the Blessed Virgin thence-forward never to 184 3, 28 | inquiry:~(1) Whether she was a virgin in conceiving?~(2) Whether 185 3, 28 | conceiving?~(2) Whether she was a virgin in His Birth?~(3) Whether 186 3, 28 | Whether she remained a virgin after His Birth? ~(4) Whether 187 3, 28 | the Mother of God was a virgin in conceiving Christ?~Aquin.: 188 3, 28 | Mother of God was not a virgin in ~conceiving Christ. For 189 3, 28 | mother is conceived by ~a virgin mother. But Christ is said 190 3, 28 | was not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 191 3, 28 | consequently that she was not a virgin in conceiving Him.~Aquin.: 192 3, 28 | was not conceived ~by a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 193 3, 28 | He was not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 194 3, 28 | was not conceived of ~a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 195 3, 28 | written (Is. 7:14): "Behold a virgin shall ~conceive."~Aquin.: 196 3, 28 | Mother of Christ was a ~virgin in conceiving for to deny 197 3, 28 | Christ should be born of a virgin. ~First, in order to maintain 198 3, 28 | born, after the flesh, of a virgin, ~that He might thereby 199 3, 28 | after the ~Spirit, of a virgin Church."~Aquin.: SMT TP 200 3, 28 | by Divine power, from a virgin without the seed of the 201 3, 28 | Whether Christ's Mother was a virgin in His birth?~Aquin.: SMT 202 3, 28 | Christ's Mother was not a virgin in His Birth. ~For Ambrose 203 3, 28 | Christ's Mother was not a virgin in His Birth.~Aquin.: SMT 204 3, 28 | that she should remain a virgin in ~giving birth to Him.~ 205 3, 28 | through the closed womb of the Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 206 3, 28 | birth, nature knows not a virgin: but grace ~enhances her 207 3, 28 | Therefore Christ's Mother was a virgin ~also in giving birth to 208 3, 28 | Mother ~of Christ was a virgin even in His Birth: for the 209 3, 28 | says not only: ~"Behold a virgin shall conceive," but adds: " 210 3, 28 | that it should be born of a virgin incorrupt. Whence in the ~ 211 3, 28 | mere flesh, ceases to be a virgin. But since she gave birth ~ 212 3, 28 | Godhead, He was born of ~a virgin, for "such a Birth befits 213 3, 28 | from the closed womb of a virgin; and ~that He assumed the 214 3, 28 | supernatural conception, of a virgin, ~and in the unstable waters 215 3, 28 | Christ's Mother remained a virgin after His birth?~Aquin.: 216 3, 28 | Mother did not remain a virgin after ~His Birth. For it 217 3, 28 | therefore, that the Blessed Virgin subsequently had intercourse ~ 218 3, 28 | that she did not remain a virgin after ~(Christ's) Birth.~ 219 3, 28 | consequently she did not remain a virgin after (Christ's) Birth. ~ 220 3, 28 | Christ's) Birth, the Blessed Virgin was known by ~Joseph; and, 221 3, 28 | that she did not remain a virgin after the ~Birth (of Christ).~ 222 3, 28 | Mother did not remain ~a virgin after His Birth.~Aquin.: 223 3, 28 | seems that the Blessed Virgin had other sons after Christ.~ 224 3, 28 | Mother did not remain a virgin after His ~Birth.~Aquin.: 225 3, 28 | evermore' - but that Mary is a virgin before His Birth, ~a virgin 226 3, 28 | virgin before His Birth, ~a virgin in His Birth, and a virgin 227 3, 28 | virgin in His Birth, and a virgin after His Birth?"~Aquin.: 228 3, 28 | Mother of God, as she was a ~virgin in conceiving Him and a 229 3, 28 | in conceiving Him and a virgin in giving Him birth, did 230 3, 28 | birth, did she remain ~a virgin ever afterwards.~Aquin.: 231 3, 28 | believed to have remained a virgin, "since he is not said ~ 232 3, 28 | at that time the Blessed Virgin could not lawfully take 233 3, 28 | therefore becoming ~that the Virgin should take a vow of virginity.~ 234 3, 28 | begun after a fashion in His Virgin Mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 235 3, 29 | been born of an espoused virgin?~(2) Whether there was true 236 3, 29 | been born of an espoused virgin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 237 3, 29 | been born of an ~espoused virgin. For espousals are ordered 238 3, 29 | that Christ was born of a virgin was miraculous, whence ~ 239 3, 29 | be born of an ~espoused virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 240 3, 29 | to be ~begotten not of a virgin but of a wife." But this 241 3, 29 | be ~born of an espoused virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 242 3, 29 | Gabriel was sent . . . ~to a virgin espoused to a man whose 243 3, 29 | be born of an espoused ~virgin; first, for His own sake; 244 3, 29 | fitting for the sake of the Virgin. First, because thus she ~ 245 3, 29 | Christ's being born of a virgin. Wherefore Ambrose says: " 246 3, 29 | thereby the very words of the Virgin are rendered more ~credible 247 3, 29 | is typified, which is a ~virgin and yet is espoused to one 248 3, 29 | being both ~espoused and a virgin, both virginity and wedlock 249 3, 29 | believe that the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, ~desired, 250 3, 29 | he ~knew the delicacy of virgin modesty, and how easily 251 3, 29 | knew not man, but was a virgin; yet was prevented by ~God 252 3, 29 | writers, that the Blessed Virgin ~was of the family or kindred 253 3, 29 | are told (Lk. 1:36). Now a virgin of the priestly tribe ~was 254 3, 29 | marriage between the ~Blessed Virgin and Joseph.~Aquin.: SMT 255 3, 29 | of him, but ~remained a virgin. For by this example the 256 3, 29 | that the marriage of the ~Virgin Mother of God and Joseph 257 3, 29 | Chrysostom]) the Blessed ~Virgin was so espoused to Joseph 258 3, 29 | fair ~fame of the Blessed Virgin, if she had not the entry 259 3, 30 | ANNUNCIATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now have 260 3, 30 | to consider the Blessed Virgin's Annunciation, concerning ~ 261 3, 30 | announce to the Blessed Virgin that which was ~to be done 262 3, 30 | announce to the Blessed ~Virgin that which was to be done 263 3, 30 | purpose of receiving the Virgin's ~consent. But her consent 264 3, 30 | 2: Further, the Blessed Virgin believed in the Incarnation, 265 3, 30 | doubt. Therefore the Blessed Virgin had no need for the ~Incarnation 266 3, 30 | Further, just as the Blessed Virgin conceived Christ in her 267 3, 30 | announced to the Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive 268 3, 30 | announced to the ~Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive 269 3, 30 | the Son of God with the ~Virgin - namely, that she should 270 3, 30 | Augustine says (De Sancta ~Virgin. iii): "Mary is more blessed 271 3, 30 | in the Annunciation ~the Virgin's consent was besought in 272 3, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: The Blessed Virgin did indeed believe explicitly 273 3, 30 | an angel to the Blessed ~Virgin?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 274 3, 30 | announced to the Blessed Virgin by some man: especially 275 3, 30 | should be ~sent by God to the Virgin who was to be hallowed by 276 3, 30 | an angel be sent to the ~Virgin; because virginity is ever 277 3, 30 | estimation of the Blessed Virgin excludes her from certain 278 3, 30 | the narrow abode of the Virgin."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 279 3, 30 | should have appeared to the Virgin in a ~bodily vision?~Aquin.: 280 3, 30 | not have ~appeared to the Virgin in a bodily vision. For " 281 3, 30 | Annunciation appeared to the Virgin in an ~intellectual vision.~ 282 3, 30 | appeared to the ~Blessed Virgin also in an imaginary vision.~ 283 3, 30 | beholder; thus we sing of the Virgin herself: "And the Virgin 284 3, 30 | Virgin herself: "And the Virgin seeing the ~light was filled 285 3, 30 | iii) pictures the ~Blessed Virgin as speaking thus: "To me 286 3, 30 | bodily vision to the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 287 3, 30 | bodily vision ~to the Blessed Virgin. And this indeed was fitting, 288 3, 30 | that the angel "came to the Virgin not in her sleep, but ~visibly. 289 3, 30 | of them. Now the Blessed Virgin perceived ~not only the 290 3, 30 | a vision as the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 291 3, 30 | virginal modesty that the Virgin should be ~troubled. Because, 292 3, 30 | 20: "It is the part of a ~virgin to be timid, to fear the 293 3, 30 | says that as the Blessed Virgin was accustomed to angelic ~ 294 3, 30 | should have announced to the Virgin the ~conception of her child 295 3, 30 | have announced what the virgin might doubt, and which, 296 3, 30 | was a greater wonder for a virgin than for an old woman to 297 3, 30 | demonstrate the ~conception of a virgin from that of an old woman.~ 298 3, 30 | God" to announce unto the Virgin, as is related Lk. ~1:26. 299 3, 30 | purpose in regard to the Virgin. ~First, to draw her attention 300 3, 30 | desirous of drawing the Virgin's ~attention to the hearing 301 3, 30 | 1:34, that the Blessed ~Virgin did not doubt the angel' 302 3, 31 | the purest blood of the Virgin?~(6) Whether the flesh of 303 3, 31 | and birth; inasmuch as a virgin ~conceived and gave birth 304 3, 31 | that Christ's mother was a virgin, and ~that Christ was of 305 3, 31 | through whom ~the Blessed Virgin Mary, who was of the family 306 3, 31 | iv) says that the Blessed Virgin ~Mary was connected with 307 3, 31 | was above nature that a ~virgin should conceive and give 308 3, 31 | Son of God was born of a virgin, ~according to the flesh, 309 3, 31 | Christ was conceived of the Virgin's purest blood?~Aquin.: 310 3, 31 | was not conceived of the ~Virgin's purest blood: For it is 311 3, 31 | should take flesh from a ~Virgin." But flesh differs from 312 3, 31 | was not ~taken from the Virgin's blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP 313 3, 31 | formed miraculously from the Virgin. But the woman is ~not said 314 3, 31 | have been formed from the Virgin's blood, but from her flesh 315 3, 31 | the purest blood of the Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 316 3, 31 | the Son of ~God, from the Virgin's purest blood, formed Himself 317 3, 31 | but that He ~was born of a virgin was above the laws of nature. 318 3, 31 | conceives of a ~man is not a virgin. And consequently it belongs 319 3, 31 | OBJ 1: Since the Blessed Virgin was of the same nature as 320 3, 31 | the flesh or ~bones of the Virgin, but from her blood, which 321 3, 31 | have taken flesh from the Virgin, not that the matter ~from 322 3, 31 | detriment to the man. But in the Virgin's body there was nothing 323 3, 31 | brought together in the Virgin's womb and fashioned into 324 3, 31 | and purest blood of the Virgin."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 325 3, 31 | and bones of the Blessed Virgin, nor anything that was ~ 326 3, 31 | whatever was in the Blessed Virgin, as received from ~her parents, 327 3, 31 | that which the ~Blessed Virgin received from her parents 328 3, 31 | which He took from the Virgin, was in Adam as in its active 329 3, 31 | descendants down to the Blessed Virgin, this matter ~was prepared 330 3, 31 | virtue, yet the Blessed Virgin's body ~was thus in them, 331 3, 31 | the medium of the Blessed Virgin, Christ is said to ~be of 332 3, 31 | body being formed from the Virgin's blood, ~derived in its 333 3, 31 | the medium of the Blessed Virgin's body, of whom ~He took 334 3, 31 | the body of the Blessed Virgin was wholly conceived in ~ 335 3, 31 | OBJ 2: Because the Blessed Virgin was conceived in original 336 3, 32 | 4) Whether the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively in Christ' 337 3, 32 | to Himself flesh from the Virgin's womb was due to the ~exceeding 338 3, 32 | body was formed of [de] the Virgin Mary. If ~therefore we say 339 3, 32 | matter ~supplied by the Virgin: and this is clearly false. 340 3, 32 | about to enter into the Virgin, the Holy ~Ghost preceded 341 3, 32 | Ghost in one sense; of the Virgin Mary in ~another - of the 342 3, 32 | Mary in ~another - of the Virgin Mary materially; of the 343 3, 32 | matter." But the Blessed Virgin is called ~Christ's Mother, 344 3, 32 | not as a Son, and of the Virgin Mary as a Son."~Aquin.: 345 3, 32 | Christ was conceived of the Virgin Mary, who supplied the ~ 346 3, 32 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively in the 347 3, 32 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively in the ~ 348 3, 32 | Holy Ghost came upon the Virgin, purifying her, and bestowing 349 3, 32 | supplied by the Blessed Virgin there was an active principle.~ 350 3, 32 | body ~"was taken from the Virgin, only as to corporeal matter, 351 3, 32 | Therefore the Blessed Virgin did not cooperate actively 352 3, 32 | Some say that the Blessed Virgin cooperated actively in ~ 353 3, 32 | And since in the Blessed Virgin there was no resolution 354 3, 32 | therefore, the Blessed Virgin was not Christ's Father, 355 3, 32 | Holy Ghost "came upon the Virgin, purifying her" - that is, 356 3, 32 | might, while remaining a virgin, bring Him forth, not actively, 357 3, 33 | the purest blood of the Virgin's body might ~be brought 358 3, 33 | the purest blood of the ~Virgin, as stated above (Q[31], 359 3, 33 | which Christ was in the Virgin's ~womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP 360 3, 33 | proves that Christ was in the Virgin's womb for the space of 361 3, 33 | was not conceived in the Virgin's womb, before being assumed 362 3, 33 | attributed to the Blessed Virgin, who is a mere ~creature: 363 3, 33 | creature: for we say that the Virgin conceived Christ. Therefore 364 3, 33 | attributed to the Blessed Virgin, not as ~the active principle 365 3, 35 | 3) Whether the Blessed Virgin is His Mother in respect 366 3, 35 | God the Father and of the Virgin Mother ~in respect of two 367 3, 35 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin can be called Christ's Mother 368 3, 35 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin cannot be called Christ' 369 3, 35 | 32], ~A[4]), the Blessed Virgin Mary did not cooperate actively 370 3, 35 | it seems that the Blessed Virgin cannot be called ~the Mother 371 3, 35 | miraculously of the Blessed Virgin. But ~a miraculous begetting 372 3, 35 | called the Son of the Blessed Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 373 3, 35 | it seems that the Blessed Virgin should not be called ~the 374 3, 35 | answer that, The Blessed Virgin Mary is in truth and by 375 3, 35 | but was taken from the Virgin Mother, and formed from 376 3, 35 | Therefore the Blessed ~Virgin is truly Christ's Mother.~ 377 3, 35 | Holy Ghost and the Blessed Virgin, ~above the law of conception." 378 3, 35 | supernatural. Therefore the Blessed Virgin is the true and ~natural 379 3, 35 | 1/1~Whether the Blessed Virgin should be called the Mother 380 3, 35 | would seem that the Blessed Virgin should not be called the ~ 381 3, 35 | not say that the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God.~Aquin.: 382 3, 35 | first originate from the Virgin. Therefore ~the Blessed 383 3, 35 | Therefore ~the Blessed Virgin should not be called the 384 3, 35 | therefore, the Blessed Virgin is Mother of God it ~seems 385 3, 35 | allowed. Therefore the Blessed Virgin should not be ~called Mother 386 3, 35 | for this reason the Holy Virgin is the ~Mother of God, since 387 3, 35 | conceived and born of the Virgin. ~Now from this is a woman 388 3, 35 | him. Therefore the Blessed Virgin is truly called the ~Mother 389 3, 35 | denied that the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God would 390 3, 35 | to deny that the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God.~Aquin.: 391 3, 35 | Scripture that ~the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God, yet 392 3, 35 | 20, ~and that the Blessed Virgin is the "Mother of Jesus 393 3, 35 | except through the Blessed Virgin. Therefore He who is "above ~ 394 3, 35 | truly born of the Blessed Virgin as ~of His Mother.~Aquin.: 395 3, 35 | must say that the Blessed Virgin is called the Mother of ~ 396 3, 35 | when we say, "The Blessed Virgin is the ~Mother of God," 397 3, 35 | is really the Son of the Virgin Mother ~through the real 398 3, 35 | it seems that the Blessed Virgin suffered pain in giving 399 3, 35 | Lk. 2:7) that the Blessed Virgin herself ~"wrapped up in 400 3, 36 | made known ~to the Blessed Virgin and Joseph. Therefore it 401 3, 36 | at the strange sight of a virgin in ~childbirth."~Aquin.: 402 3, 37 | written (Is. ~7:14): "Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear 403 3, 37 | from the closed womb of the Virgin; and thus He did not open 404 3, 37 | uncleanness in the Blessed Virgin, as stated above ~(QQ[27], 405 3, 37 | fulfilled." But the Blessed Virgin brought ~forth a male child 406 3, 37 | fitting that the Blessed Virgin should come to the Temple 407 3, 37 | 1: Although the Blessed Virgin had no uncleanness, yet 408 3, 37 | A[2]. But the Blessed Virgin contracted neither ~uncleanness, 409 3, 43 | had done: to be born of a virgin, to rise ~from the dead, 410 3, 45 | from the closed womb of the Virgin; of impassibility, when 411 3, 45 | supernatural conception of a virgin and in the unstable waters ~ 412 3, 45 | in ~coming forth from the Virgin's closed womb: because the 413 3, 50 | conceived and born of a ~Virgin, suffered, died, and was 414 3, 52 | heaven, on earth, in the Virgin's womb, on ~the Cross, in 415 3, 57 | when He went forth from the Virgin's sealed womb, also when 416 3, 60 | Ghost"; and may the Blessed Virgin succour thee, the ~baptism 417 3, 60 | Ghost, and of the Blessed ~Virgin Mary," the baptism would 418 3, 60 | the name of the ~Blessed Virgin as in the name of the Trinity, 419 3, 60 | the name of the Blessed Virgin" be understood, not as if 420 3, 60 | the name of the ~Blessed Virgin effected anything in baptism, 421 3, 75 | order a man is born of a Virgin": and] ~[*The passage in 422 3, 75 | iv): "It is clear that a Virgin begot beyond the order of 423 3, 75 | make is the body from the Virgin. Why, then, do you look 424 3, 75 | Himself brought ~forth of a Virgin beyond nature?" Chrysostom 425 3, 77 | formed a human body in the Virgin's womb, "without the seed 426 3, 78 | s body in the womb of a virgin: which things could not 427 3, 81 | from the closed womb of the Virgin; agility, when He ~walked 428 3, 83 | of Christ, of the Blessed Virgin, and of the apostles, who 429 3, 83 | Himself, and the Blessed Virgin, and the other saints, if ~ 430 3, 89 | gloss on Amos 5:2, "The virgin of Israel is cast ~down," 431 3, 89 | cannot rise up, but that the ~virgin of Israel shall not rise; 432 Suppl, 2 | this implicitly in De Vera ~Virgin.] that the punishment of 433 Suppl, 38| alone can consecrate a ~virgin. Therefore much more can 434 Suppl, 41| He that giveth not his ~virgin in marriage doth better [* 435 Suppl, 41| Vulg.: 'He that giveth his virgin in ~marriage doth well, 436 Suppl, 41| written (1 Cor. 7:28): "If a virgin marry she ~hath not sinned," 437 Suppl, 48| carnal intercourse is a virgin ~in mind and body. Yet Blessed 438 Suppl, 48| consenting to ~marriage was a virgin both in mind and body. Therefore 439 Suppl, 48| the consent of the Blessed Virgin, we have ~spoken about it 440 Suppl, 58| copulation with one who is not a virgin, but not with one who is, 441 Suppl, 58| for the deflowering of a virgin. Or again it may move a 442 Suppl, 58| fulfill the ~carnal act with a virgin, while he can with one who 443 Suppl, 58| can with one who is not a virgin, the ~hymeneal membrane 444 Suppl, 62| to put away the Blessed Virgin not as ~suspected of fornication, 445 Suppl, 63| the woman only. For if a virgin ~marry a man who has had 446 Suppl, 66| marrying one who is not a ~virgin?~(4) Whether bigamy is removed 447 Suppl, 66| marrying one who is not a virgin?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 448 Suppl, 66| marrying one ~who is not a virgin. For a man's own defect 449 Suppl, 66| himself who marries is not ~a virgin he does not become irregular. 450 Suppl, 66| he if his ~wife is not a virgin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 451 Suppl, 66| marries a woman who is not a virgin. Therefore this kind ~of 452 Suppl, 66| involuntarily one who is not a virgin, for ~instance when he thinks 453 Suppl, 66| instance when he thinks her a virgin and afterwards, by knowing 454 Suppl, 66| married a woman that is not a virgin, or one who ~is unlettered, 455 Suppl, 66| not that he should be a virgin, whereas on the part of 456 Suppl, 66| also required that she be a virgin. The reason assigned by 457 Suppl, 66| signifies Christ Who was a virgin: ~wherefore virginity on 458 Suppl, 66| marrying one who is not a virgin, but not ~through his not 459 Suppl, 66| through his not being a virgin when he marries, so also 460 Suppl, 66| marry a man who is not a virgin, but not ~if she were no 461 Suppl, 66| if she were no longer a virgin when she married - unless 462 Suppl, 66| woman, thinking her to be a virgin, whereas she is not, becomes 463 Suppl, 67| alleging that she was not a virgin when he ~married her, should 464 Suppl, 71| in honor of the Blessed Virgin or ~of the Holy Ghost, or 465 Suppl, 74| concerning the Blessed ~Virgin and John the Evangelist [* 466 Suppl, 80| from the closed womb of the Virgin at His birth." Therefore ~ 467 Suppl, 80| the contrary, The Blessed Virgin gave birth to her Son by 468 Suppl, 80| Christ's body came out of the Virgin's womb; and ~how it went 469 Suppl, 92| 22:16: "If a man seduce a virgin . . . and lie with ~her, 470 Suppl, 92| possessions ~give a dowry to the virgin seduced by him, whereas 471 Suppl, 93| assigned?~(12) Whether the virgin's aureole is the greatest?~( 472 Suppl, 93| Further, Augustine says (De Virgin xlv) that the "hundredfold ~ 473 Suppl, 93| virginity is in the Blessed Virgin, wherefore she is called 474 Suppl, 93| wherefore she is called the ~Virgin of virgins: and yet no aureole 475 Suppl, 93| who actually remains ~a virgin will have the aureole provided 476 Suppl, 93| this is certain - that the virgin's victory is more perfect ~ 477 Suppl, 93| some say that the ~Blessed Virgin has not an aureole in reward 478 Suppl, 93| since we believe the Blessed Virgin to have been ~altogether 479 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: If a virgin is violated, she does not 480 Suppl, 93| Augustine says ~(De Sancta Virgin. xxiv): "For those like 481 Suppl, 93| Mother of God ~was both virgin and martyr, although she 482 Suppl, 93| Augustine says (De Sancta Virgin. xlvi): "No one, ~methinks, 483 Suppl, 93| 1: Christ was most truly virgin, martyr, and doctor; yet 484 Suppl, 93| in the same way as in a virgin.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 485 Suppl, 93| this kind; and such is a virgin. Wherefore an aureole is 486 Suppl, 93| the world; and He was a ~virgin, by His personal purity. 487 Suppl, 93| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the virgin's aureole is the greatest 488 Suppl, 93| It would seem that the virgin's aureole is the greatest 489 Suppl, 93| others in one way, and the virgin's in another. For the martyr' 490 Suppl, 93| reward of virginity, the ~virgin's aureole to wit, receive 491 Appen1, 2| concupiscence, as in the Blessed Virgin, there is no room for venial


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