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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | account Christ commended His mother to his care. Others ~say 2 1, 25 | the fact that she is the mother of ~God; have all a certain 3 1, 36 | mediately, as Eve was his ~mother, who proceeded from Adam; 4 1, 43 | the Father, but from His mother; or it may be taken to mean 5 1, 43 | the Father, but from His mother; or it may be taken to mean 6 1, 88 | consoled in sorrow by his mother, as when she was alive; 7 1, 91 | man shall leave father and mother, and shall cleave to ~his 8 1, 97 | as in ~giving birth the mother was then relieved, not by 9 1, 99 | was granted to the ~Virgin Mother of God. And as soon as Adam 10 1, 105 | Jerusalem is called "our ~mother" (Gal. 4:26). But in the 11 1, 112 | long as the child is in the mother's womb it is not ~entirely 12 1, 112 | the ~angel who guards the mother guards the child while in 13 1, 112 | becomes separate from the mother, an angel guardian is ~appointed 14 1, 114 | the offspring from ~the mother, to whom it is united, consequently 15 1, 114 | Trin. iii, 9) that, "as a mother ~is pregnant with the unborn 16 1, 117 | but from the soul of the mother; or from the ~formative 17 1, 118 | which is supplied by ~the mother, and which he calls the 18 1, 118 | was supplied by the Virgin Mother, ~was derived from Adam; 19 2, 62 | For thus charity is the mother and the ~root of all the 20 2, 63 | came out with me from my ~mother's womb." Therefore virtue 21 2, 73 | daughter riseth up against her mother." ~Furthermore sins committed 22 2, 81 | a man ~pre-exist in his mother as well as in his father. 23 2, 81 | contracted original sin from his mother's sin as well as from his ~ 24 2, 81 | death, since it is "the mother" ~that "provides the matter 25 2, 81 | not contracted from the ~mother. Therefore the infection 26 2, 81 | is contracted from the ~mother: so that if Eve had sinned, 27 2, 81 | the children, not by the ~mother, but by the father.~Aquin.: 28 2, 81 | from the father, while the mother provides the ~matter. Therefore 29 2, 81 | contracted, not from the mother, but ~from the father: so 30 2, 81 | active ~principle, and in its mother, as in its material and 31 2, 81 | which is provided by the mother, not as punishments, ~but 32 2, 81 | because it ~behooved the Mother of God "to shine with the 33 2, 82 | iniquities, and in ~sins did my mother conceive me." But the sin 34 2, 98 | Honor thy ~father and mother," which is contained expressly 35 2, 100 | Honor thy father and thy mother," and "Thou shalt ~not kill, 36 2, 100 | Honor thy father and thy mother," and, "Thou ~shalt not 37 2, 100 | Honor thy father and thy mother"; the second, "Thou ~shalt 38 2, 100 | that honors ~his father and mother, is bound to honor them 39 2, 100 | precept, "Honor thy father and mother," but in virtue of the ~ 40 2, 100 | honoring his father and mother, without at ~the same time 41 2, 102 | were wont to ensnare ~the mother bird with her young during 42 2, 102 | a good omen to find the mother ~sitting on her young.~Aquin.: 43 2, 102 | of the letter, i.e. the mother, for ~instance, in all the 44 2, 102 | them, viz. their father or mother, and others thus ~near of 45 2, 102 | would be disgraced by the ~mother's shame: which was most 46 2, 103 | who was ~born of a Jewish mother; but was unwilling to circumcise 47 2, 105 | curseth his father, or ~mother, dying let him die." The 48 2, 105 | mourned for her father ~and mother, in token that she renounced 49 2, 2 | shall leave ~father and mother, and shall cleave to his 50 2, 2 | Constantine Augustus and his ~mother Irene a tomb was discovered, 51 2, 10 | it is enfolded within its mother's ~womb; and later on after 52 2, 22 | is called the end and the mother ~of the virtues. Therefore 53 2, 22 | its own end. And since a mother is one who ~conceives within 54 2, 22 | another, charity is called the mother of ~the other virtues, because, 55 2, 24 | hated, even one's father or mother or ~kindred, according to 56 2, 25 | Whether he ought to love his mother more than his father?~(11) 57 2, 25 | more than his father or mother?~(12) Whether we ought to 58 2, 25 | hate not his father, and mother, and wife, end ~children, 59 2, 25 | that ~curseth his father or mother, dying let him die," which 60 2, 25 | a man ought to love his mother more than his father?~Aquin.: 61 2, 25 | a man ought to love his mother more than his ~father. For, 62 2, 25 | man receives more from his mother than from his ~father: and 63 2, 25 | greater love is due. Now a ~mother loves her child more than 64 2, 25 | their children. ~For the mother labors more in child-bearing, 65 2, 25 | much ~among you." Now the mother labors more than the father 66 2, 25 | not the groanings of thy mother." Therefore a man ought 67 2, 25 | a man ought to love ~his mother more than his father.~Aquin.: 68 2, 25 | father," and mentions the mother ~afterwards.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 25 | to be loved more than the mother as mother. The ~reason is 70 2, 25 | more than the mother as mother. The ~reason is that virtue 71 2, 25 | be loved more than the ~mother. For father and mother are 72 2, 25 | mother. For father and mother are loved as principles 73 2, 25 | excellent way than the ~mother, because he is the active 74 2, 25 | active principle, while the mother is a passive ~and material 75 2, 25 | the begetting of man, the mother supplies the formless ~matter 76 2, 25 | man owes his father and mother through being begotten of 77 2, 25 | more than his father and mother?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 78 2, 25 | more than his ~father and mother. For no man leaves a thing 79 2, 25 | shell leave ~father and mother" on account of his wife. 80 2, 25 | more than his father and mother.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 81 2, 25 | respects leave his father and mother ~for the sake of his wife: 82 2, 26 | blamed. Secondly, because a mother, whose love is the greatest, 83 2, 30 | could give alms with her mother's consent.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 32 | hate not his ~father and mother . . . he cannot be My disciple." 85 2, 32 | among the ~virtues, and the mother of all others. Therefore 86 2, 32 | of our ~neighbor is the mother of hatred of our neighbor, 87 2, 42 | Honor thy father and thy mother," does not prescribe that 88 2, 42 | hate not his father, and mother . . . he cannot be My ~disciple." 89 2, 57 | Further, charity is the "mother of all the virtues" [*Peter ~ 90 2, 61 | Honor thy father and thy mother." Again masters, ~though 91 2, 73 | despiseth the labor of his ~mother in bearing him, let the 92 2, 74 | that curseth his father, or mother, dying let him die." ~Aquin.: 93 2, 99 | Honor thy father and ~mother," belongs to piety. But 94 2, 99 | hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and ~children, 95 2, 99 | his father, ~and to his mother: I do not know you; and 96 2, 99 | though thou spurn thy ~mother, turn not aside, but with 97 2, 101 | Blessed Virgin as being the mother ~of God. Therefore it seems 98 2, 108 | and not the daughter of my mother," ~being related to him 99 2, 120 | Honor thy father and thy mother." Much more, therefore, 100 2, 120 | honoring of one's ~father and mother.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 101 2, 122 | Maximus says in a sermon: "The mother of martyrs is the Catholic 102 2, 122 | should say rightly that the Mother of God was both virgin and 103 2, 130 | pride is the queen and mother of all the vices.~Aquin.: 104 2, 145 | is weaned is towards ~his mother." Secondly, we may say with 105 2, 148 | drunkenness and lust, the mother of all the vices." And ~ 106 2, 150 | chose a ~virgin for His mother, and remained Himself a 107 2, 151 | is accounted the common mother of all sins, so that ~even 108 2, 152 | child requires not only the mother's care ~for his nourishment, 109 2, 152 | where ~we read: "She is thy mother, thou shalt not uncover 110 2, 152 | 47) which covered its own mother by mistake and threw itself 111 2, 156 | daughter of a vice, but "the mother of all vices," as ~Gregory 112 2, 160 | it to ~be the "queen and mother of all the vices." Hence 113 2, 162 | as, in giving ~birth, the mother would then be relieved not 114 2, 169 | Confess. vi, 13) that his mother said "she could, ~through 115 2, 175 | son in the sight of my ~mother, and she taught me [*Vulg.: ' 116 2, 175 | only son in the sight of my mother. And he taught me.']." Therefore ~ 117 2, 183 | xlviii ad Eudox.): "If Mother ~Church requires your service, 118 2, 184 | belong to charity as to their mother, according to 1 Cor. 13: 119 2, 186 | sons of their most loving mother the Catholic Church had ~ 120 2, 186 | Holy Ghost even from his mother's womb" (Lk. 1:11), so that 121 2, 187 | is weaned is ~towards his mother," says: "First we are conceived 122 2, 187 | conceived in the womb of Mother ~Church, by being taught 123 2, 187 | of ~infancy we leave our mother's milk for a father's control, 124 3, 2 | His Father nor with His Mother. ~Thirdly, because there 125 3, 2 | which ~fitted her to be the Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 126 3, 3 | nature free ~of sin from His Mother."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[ 127 3, 7 | chosen her, i.e. to be the mother of ~His Only-begotten. So, 128 3, 14 | through His birth from His mother, whose flesh was subject 129 3, 15 | call his Father and his mother, the strength of Damascus . . . 130 3, 15 | reputed ~father), "and His mother" (i.e. Mary), "the strength 131 3, 22 | without father, without mother, without genealogy; having 132 3, 22 | without father, without ~mother, without genealogy," and 133 3, 22 | earthly father, no heavenly mother, and no ~genealogy, according 134 3, 25 | Christ?~(5) Whether to His Mother?~(6) Concerning the adoration 135 3, 25 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Mother of God should be worshipped 136 3, 25 | It would seem that the Mother of God is to be worshiped 137 3, 25 | honor is due to the ~king's mother as to the king: whence it 138 3, 25 | throne was set for the king's mother, and she sat on His right 139 3, 25 | latria." ~Therefore His Mother also should be.~Aquin.: 140 3, 25 | 16): "The honor of the ~Mother reflects on the Son." But 141 3, 25 | latria." Therefore the Mother also.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] 142 3, 25 | OBJ 3: Further, Christ's Mother is more akin to Him than 143 3, 25 | latria." Therefore also His ~Mother is to be worshiped with 144 3, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Mother of God is a mere creature. 145 3, 25 | inasmuch as she is the Mother of God. For this reason 146 3, 25 | honor due to the king's mother is not equal to the ~honor 147 3, 25 | The honor given to the Mother reflects on her Son, because ~ 148 3, 25 | on her Son, because ~the Mother is to be honored for her 149 3, 26 | two things: (1) that the Mother of God was redeemed, and ( 150 3, 27 | considered: (1) As to the Mother who conceived Him; (2) as 151 3, 27 | 3/4~On the part of the Mother four points offer themselves 152 3, 27 | Whether the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, was sanctified before 153 3, 27 | origin, by existence in her mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 154 3, 27 | Holy Ghost even from his ~mother's womb." It is therefore 155 3, 27 | this it ~remains in the mother's womb not for the purpose 156 3, 27 | bestowed on ~the Virgin Mother of God than on any saint. 157 3, 27 | thee in the bowels of thy mother, I knew ~thee": and the 158 3, 27 | the sanctification of the Mother of God, who is called "God' 159 3, 27 | the dignity of ~the Virgin Mother, yet it is somewhat derogatory 160 3, 27 | sinless flesh, His Virgin ~Mother's or anyone else's flesh 161 3, 27 | of her ~existence in her mother's womb, for this was the 162 3, 27 | redounded from the Child to ~the Mother. This indeed is signified ( 163 3, 27 | expounding the text: ~"Behold thy mother and thy brethren stand without, 164 3, 27 | chosen by God to be His Mother. ~Therefore there can be 165 3, 27 | have been worthy to be the Mother of God, if she ~had ever 166 3, 27 | on the other hand, the Mother's shame would ~have reflected 167 3, 27 | was made worthy ~to be the mother of Christ: and this was 168 3, 27 | might be ~worthy to be the mother of God. But this is proper 169 3, 27 | came out with me from [my mother's] womb." ~Nevertheless 170 3, 27 | Holy Ghost, even ~from his mother's womb."~Aquin.: SMT TP 171 3, 27 | that the woman was the mother of God, "which was to be 172 3, 27 | accelerated that while yet in his mother's ~womb he was able to acknowledge, 173 3, 27 | Holy Ghost, even from his mother's womb"; and of ~Jeremias, " 174 3, 27 | chosen by God to be His Mother, ~received a fuller grace 175 3, 28 | OF THE VIRGINITY OF THE MOTHER OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 176 3, 28 | consider the virginity of the Mother of God; concerning ~which 177 3, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Mother of God was a virgin in conceiving 178 3, 28 | It would seem that the Mother of God was not a virgin 179 3, 28 | child having father and mother is conceived by ~a virgin 180 3, 28 | is conceived by ~a virgin mother. But Christ is said to have 181 3, 28 | said to have had not only a mother, but ~also a father, according 182 3, 28 | Lk. 2:33: "His father and mother were ~wondering at those 183 3, 28 | not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 184 3, 28 | Therefore it seems that Christ's Mother conceived Him of the seed 185 3, 28 | not conceived ~by a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 186 3, 28 | not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 187 3, 28 | not conceived of ~a virgin mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 188 3, 28 | confess simply that the Mother of Christ was a ~virgin 189 3, 28 | without corruption of the mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 190 3, 28 | matter ~supplied by His Mother into Christ's body, even 191 3, 28 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Mother was a virgin in His birth?~ 192 3, 28 | would seem that Christ's Mother was not a virgin in His 193 3, 28 | He it is who opened His Mother's womb, that He might ~go 194 3, 28 | virginity. ~Therefore Christ's Mother was not a virgin in His 195 3, 28 | should come forth from His ~Mother's closed womb: and consequently 196 3, 28 | virginity." Therefore Christ's Mother was a virgin ~also in giving 197 3, 28 | we must assert that the Mother ~of Christ was a virgin 198 3, 28 | Birth He should corrupt His ~Mother's virginity. Thus Augustine 199 3, 28 | to honor our father and ~mother should not in His Birth 200 3, 28 | lessen the honor due to His Mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 201 3, 28 | open, in Whose ~Birth His Mother's virginity remained inviolate." 202 3, 28 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's Mother remained a virgin after 203 3, 28 | would seem that Christ's Mother did not remain a virgin 204 3, 28 | Christ the first-born by His Mother. Therefore she had other 205 3, 28 | therefore it seems that Christ's Mother did not remain ~a virgin 206 3, 28 | that is, Christ - "and His Mother and His brethren." ~But 207 3, 28 | Magdalen, and ~Mary the mother of James and Joseph, and 208 3, 28 | James and Joseph, and the mother of the sons of ~Zebedee." 209 3, 28 | Mary who is called "the mother of James and Joseph" ~seems 210 3, 28 | seems to have been also the Mother of Christ; for it is written ( 211 3, 28 | cross of Jesus, Mary His Mother." ~Therefore it seems that 212 3, 28 | Therefore it seems that Christ's Mother did not remain a virgin 213 3, 28 | to assert that Christ's Mother, after His Birth, was ~carnally 214 3, 28 | Only-begotten ~son of His Mother, as being her perfect offspring.~ 215 3, 28 | dignity and holiness of God's Mother: ~for thus she would seem 216 3, 28 | therefore simply assert that the Mother of God, as she was a ~virgin 217 3, 28 | Nup. et Concup. i): "The Mother of ~God is called (Joseph' 218 3, 28 | evangelist says that the Mother of God was not ~known by 219 3, 28 | Saviour, the sons of Mary, His Mother's sister." For "Scripture ~ 220 3, 28 | as being born of the same mother; but by relationship, as 221 3, 28 | Mary who is called "the mother of James and Joseph" is 222 3, 28 | not ~to be taken for the Mother of our Lord, who is not 223 3, 28 | designation of her dignity - "the Mother of ~Jesus." This Mary is 224 3, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Mother of God took a vow of virginity?~ 225 3, 28 | It would seem that the Mother of God did not take a vow 226 3, 28 | to be married." But the Mother of Christ committed no sin ~ 227 3, 28 | a special place in the Mother of God. It was therefore 228 3, 28 | born of that people; the Mother of God is ~not believed 229 3, 28 | on earth, therefore the ~Mother of God did not vow virginity 230 3, 28 | fulness preceded in His Mother; so also the ~observance 231 3, 28 | a fashion in His Virgin Mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 232 3, 28 | chastity absolutely. Christ's Mother did not do this until she ~ 233 3, 29 | OF THE ESPOUSALS OF THE MOTHER OF GOD (TWO ARTICLES)~We 234 3, 29 | consider the espousals of God's Mother: concerning which two ~points 235 3, 29 | marriage between our Lord's Mother and Joseph?~Aquin.: SMT 236 3, 29 | intercourse. But our ~Lord's Mother never wished to have carnal 237 3, 29 | virginal womb of His inviolate ~Mother, by which in the vigor of 238 3, 29 | of the espousals of the Mother of God, "that the manner 239 3, 29 | not seem ~fitting that the Mother of God should have been 240 3, 29 | another reason, "lest the Mother of God ~should be stoned 241 3, 29 | Mt. 1:18): "When as His Mother Mary was ~espoused to Joseph": 242 3, 29 | sake; secondly, for His Mother's sake; ~thirdly, for our 243 3, 29 | with the excuse that the Mother of the Lord had also been ~ 244 3, 29 | may be added: since the Mother of the Lord being both ~ 245 3, 29 | that the Blessed Virgin, Mother of God, ~desired, from an 246 3, 29 | origin rather than of His Mother's purity. For he ~knew the 247 3, 29 | strengthened in detriment to His Mother." We must observe, ~however, 248 3, 29 | devil could know that ~the Mother of God knew not man, but 249 3, 29 | marriage of the ~Virgin Mother of God and Joseph was absolutely 250 3, 30 | adds: "Her ~nearness as a Mother would have been of no profit 251 3, 30 | Coel. Hier. vii). But the ~Mother of God is exalted above 252 3, 30 | to be ~announced to the Mother of God by an angel, for 253 3, 30 | to the virginity of the Mother of ~God. Wherefore Jerome 254 3, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Mother of God was above the angels 255 3, 30 | knowledge of Divine things. The Mother of God, however, was not 256 3, 30 | regards the dignity of the Mother of God, ~who was to receive 257 3, 30 | For the dignity of the Mother of God results from the ~ 258 3, 31 | related Ex. 6. Now ~Mary the Mother of Christ is called the 259 3, 31 | husband and that Christ's mother was a virgin, and ~that 260 3, 31 | and ~that Mary was His Mother, not by sexual intercourse 261 3, 31 | must believe that Joachim's mother, or else his wife, was of 262 3, 31 | had ~both a father and a mother, and many of them had brothers 263 3, 31 | through Solomon, in whose mother David sinned; whereas Luke 264 3, 31 | formed otherwise than in a ~mother's womb, and had suddenly 265 3, 31 | God was so shut up ~in His Mother's womb, as to cease to be 266 3, 31 | desire. I ~made Myself a mother of whom to be born. If the 267 3, 31 | stage of secretion by the mother's generative power, so as ~ 268 3, 31 | to the integrity of His Mother. Therefore ~it was becoming 269 3, 31 | without detriment to His ~Mother's body.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 270 3, 31 | through the ~medium of His Mother's body. Consequently Christ' 271 3, 31 | no other way than was His Mother's body, which was not in ~ 272 3, 31 | which He received from His Mother. But His Mother paid tithes 273 3, 31 | from His Mother. But His Mother paid tithes in Abraham. ~ 274 3, 32 | principle in generation, ~the Mother supplies the matter." But 275 3, 32 | Virgin is called ~Christ's Mother, by reason of the matter 276 3, 32 | because they say that the mother requires not ~only to supply 277 3, 32 | Christ's Father, but His ~Mother, it follows that it was 278 3, 33 | principle on the part of His Mother was ~natural, as we have 279 3, 33 | which was supplied by the mother, it was in all such things ~ 280 3, 35 | the Blessed Virgin is His Mother in respect of His temporal ~ 281 3, 35 | she ought to be called the Mother of God?~(5) Whether Christ 282 3, 35 | Father and of the Virgin Mother ~in respect of two filiations?~( 283 3, 35 | which He received from ~His Mother in time. Therefore we must 284 3, 35 | which He was born of His Mother in time.~Aquin.: SMT TP 285 3, 35 | Virgin can be called Christ's Mother in respect of ~His temporal 286 3, 35 | cannot be called Christ's ~Mother in respect of His temporal 287 3, 35 | sufficient ~to make her His Mother: otherwise wood might be 288 3, 35 | wood might be called the mother of the ~bed or bench. Therefore 289 3, 35 | Virgin cannot be called ~the Mother of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 290 3, 35 | should not be called ~the Mother of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 291 3, 35 | in this wise. When His Mother Mary was espoused to Joseph," 292 3, 35 | truth and by nature the ~Mother of Christ. For, as we have 293 3, 35 | was taken from the Virgin Mother, and formed from her ~purest 294 3, 35 | Virgin is truly Christ's Mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 295 3, 35 | then, on the part of the mother, ~this nativity was natural, 296 3, 35 | is the true and ~natural Mother of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 297 3, 35 | Virgin should be called the Mother of God?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 298 3, 35 | should not be called the ~Mother of God. For in the Divine 299 3, 35 | Scripture that she is the mother or parent of God, but that 300 3, 35 | God, but that she is ~the "mother of Christ" or of "the Child," 301 3, 35 | the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 302 3, 35 | should not be called the Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 303 3, 35 | therefore, the Blessed Virgin is Mother of God it ~seems to follow 304 3, 35 | follow that she was the Mother of Father, Son, and Holy 305 3, 35 | Virgin should not be ~called Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 306 3, 35 | the Holy Virgin is the ~Mother of God, since she begot 307 3, 35 | is a woman called a man's mother, that she conceived him ~ 308 3, 35 | Virgin is truly called the ~Mother of God. For the only way 309 3, 35 | the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God would be either if 310 3, 35 | the ~Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 311 3, 35 | the Blessed Virgin is the Mother of God, yet we do find it 312 3, 35 | the Blessed Virgin is the "Mother of Jesus Christ," which 313 3, 35 | necessity that she is the Mother of God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 314 3, 35 | Blessed Virgin as ~of His Mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 315 3, 35 | anyone wish to say that the mother of the ~flesh is not the 316 3, 35 | of the ~flesh is not the mother of the soul, he says too 317 3, 35 | Blessed Virgin is called the Mother of ~God, not as though she 318 3, 35 | not as though she were the Mother of the Godhead, but because 319 3, 35 | but because she is ~the mother, according to His human 320 3, 35 | The Blessed Virgin is the ~Mother of God," this word "God" 321 3, 35 | someone, his father or his mother, depends, in a way, on him: 322 3, 35 | Father depends not on His Mother, because nothing eternal 323 3, 35 | Therefore Christ is not His Mother's Son by temporal ~filiation. 324 3, 35 | Eternal ~Father and a temporal mother, who are terms altogether 325 3, 35 | of ~the Father and of His Mother Therefore in Christ there 326 3, 35 | another in reference to his mother. But if we consider ~the 327 3, 35 | both his father and his mother, on account of the unity 328 3, 35 | birth of both father and mother: whence ~he bears but one 329 3, 35 | from eternity, and of His Mother in time: indeed, ~these 330 3, 35 | Christ is referred to His Mother cannot be a real ~relation, 331 3, 35 | of Son in regard to His Mother, because ~it is implied 332 3, 35 | really the Son of the Virgin Mother ~through the real relation 333 3, 35 | not depend on a temporal mother, but ~together with this 334 3, 35 | relation dependent on the mother, in respect of which relation 335 3, 35 | is ~called the Son of His Mother. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 336 3, 35 | generation in one way, and the mother in another (whereas if many 337 3, 35 | regard to ~His temporal mother.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 338 3, 35 | Christ was born without His Mother suffering?~Aquin.: SMT TP 339 3, 35 | was not born without His Mother ~suffering. For just as 340 3, 35 | wanted by reason of the mother's suffering pain. ~Therefore 341 3, 35 | the closed womb of ~His Mother, and, consequently, without 342 3, 35 | a painful death. But the mother's pains in ~childbirth did 343 3, 35 | there was no need for His Mother to suffer in giving birth.~ 344 3, 35 | interfered. She was both mother ~and midwife. 'With swaddling 345 3, 35 | whole earth, He chose a poor mother and a ~birthplace poorer 346 3, 35 | born, just as ~He chose a mother and a birthplace. And since " 347 3, 37 | His presentation;~(4) His Mother's purification.~Aquin.: 348 3, 37 | this name not only to His Mother, but also to Joseph, who ~ 349 3, 37 | only son in the sight of my mother," the gloss says: "Why does 350 3, 37 | son in the sight of his mother, when Scripture ~testifies 351 3, 37 | elder brother of the same mother, unless it be ~that the 352 3, 37 | thus He did not open His ~Mother's womb. Therefore Christ 353 3, 37 | that "when the days of the mother's purification were expired," 354 3, 37 | it was fitting that the Mother of God should go to the 355 3, 37 | it was unfitting for the Mother of God to go ~to the Temple 356 3, 37 | flowed from Christ on to His ~Mother, so it was becoming that 357 3, 37 | it was becoming that the mother should be like her Son in ~ 358 3, 37 | same reasons He wished His ~Mother also to fulfil the prescriptions 359 3, 37 | exclude ~uncleanness from the Mother of God, who was with child " 360 3, 39 | the Holy Ghost from his mother's womb,' what must we ~say 361 3, 39 | command and will, both in ~the mother's womb in forming a man, 362 3, 40 | choose a poor maid for His ~Mother, a poorer birthplace; for 363 3, 46 | beholding the tears of His ~Mother and of the disciple whom 364 3, 54 | open, in whose Birth His Mother's virginity remained ~inviolate." 365 3, 66 | enter a second time into his mother's womb and be born again': ~ 366 3, 67 | to hold the ~place of the mother's womb, as Augustine says 367 3, 67 | enter a second time into his mother's womb, and be born again?" 368 3, 67 | passive principle, i.e. the mother. ~Since, then, in Baptism 369 3, 67 | Baptism takes the place of the mother, as ~Augustine says in a 370 3, 67 | besides a father ~and a mother: yet to ease the latter 371 3, 68 | should be baptized in the mother's womb?~(12) Whether madmen 372 3, 68 | is weaned is towards his mother." For ~this reason did our 373 3, 68 | the child while in the ~mother's womb receives nourishment 374 3, 68 | the ~nourishment of its mother, so also children before 375 3, 68 | were in the womb of their mother the Church, receive ~salvation 376 3, 68 | Remiss. i): "The Church, our mother, ~offers her maternal mouth 377 3, 68 | baptized while yet in its mother's womb?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 378 3, 68 | baptized while yet in its mother's ~womb. For the gift of 379 3, 68 | child ~while yet in its mother's womb is under sentence 380 3, 68 | baptized while yet in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 381 3, 68 | child, while yet in its mother's womb, seems to be ~part 382 3, 68 | seems to be ~part of its mother. Now, when the mother is 383 3, 68 | its mother. Now, when the mother is baptized, whatever is 384 3, 68 | Therefore it seems that when the mother is ~baptized, the child 385 3, 68 | therefore, the child in ~the mother's womb cannot be baptized, 386 3, 68 | would be better for the mother ~to be opened, and the child 387 3, 68 | the ~child is yet in its mother's womb. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 388 3, 68 | baptismal water, with which the mother's ~body is washed, reaches 389 3, 68 | the child while yet in its mother's womb. But ~this is impossible: 390 3, 68 | distinct from the soul of the mother; ~and because the body of 391 3, 68 | distinct from the body of the mother. Therefore the Baptism ~ 392 3, 68 | Therefore the Baptism ~which the mother receives does not overflow 393 3, 68 | what is conceived ~within a mother belonged to her body, so 394 3, 68 | baptize an infant whose mother, through danger of ~death, 395 3, 68 | certainly did not belong to the mother's ~body while it was in 396 3, 68 | be baptized while in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 397 3, 68 | 1: Children while in the mother's womb have not yet come 398 3, 68 | An internal member of the mother is something of hers by ~ 399 3, 68 | whereas a child ~while in its mother's womb is something of hers 400 3, 68 | Therefore it is wrong to kill a mother that her child may be baptized. ~ 401 3, 68 | baptized. ~If, however, the mother die while the child lives 402 3, 69 | Augustine says (Serm. clxxvi): "Mother Church lends ~other feet 403 3, 70 | the father, not from the mother, ~as was stated in the FS, 404 3, 70 | only son in the sight of my mother," a gloss says, that ~Bersabee' 405 3, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Just as Mother Church, as stated above ( 406 Suppl, 24| impropriety towards his wife ~his mother, his sister or his daughter; ( 407 Suppl, 25| men to ~do well, just as a mother entices her child to walk 408 Suppl, 32| not ~a child yet in its mother's womb.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 409 Suppl, 41| sufficiently fed by their mother; and in these there is no 410 Suppl, 44| father ranks ~above the mother. Therefore the union of 411 Suppl, 44| the union of father and mother should rather ~be named 412 Suppl, 44| i.e. munus], i.e. a ~mother's duty, since the duty of 413 Suppl, 44| because it provides the ~mother with a protector and support 414 Suppl, 44| because it makes a woman the mother ~of a child.~Aquin.: SMT 415 Suppl, 44| the father ranks above the mother, the mother has ~more to 416 Suppl, 44| ranks above the mother, the mother has ~more to do with the 417 Suppl, 44| purpose. Wherefore the ~mother has a closer relation to 418 Suppl, 47| it is impossible to be a mother without having a ~child. 419 Suppl, 52| their father or ~of their mother?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 420 Suppl, 52| the father ranks above the mother. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 421 Suppl, 52| gives the form, and the mother ~the matter (De Gener. Animal. 422 Suppl, 52| father rather than of the mother.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 423 Suppl, 52| like the father than the mother, even as the ~daughter is 424 Suppl, 52| daughter is more like the mother. Therefore at least the 425 Suppl, 52| preference, and the daughter the mother.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 426 Suppl, 52| father ~rather than the mother.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 427 Suppl, 52| the ~offspring follows the mother rather that the father, 428 Suppl, 52| substance of the body from the mother. Now slavery is a condition 429 Suppl, 52| wherefore children follow the mother in freedom and bondage; 430 Suppl, 52| will be slaves although the mother be free; but not if ~the 431 Suppl, 52| the ~seed received by the mother should be drawn to her condition.~ 432 Suppl, 52| noble principle than the ~mother, nevertheless the mother 433 Suppl, 52| mother, nevertheless the mother provides the substance of 434 Suppl, 52| the father rather than the mother, but in material conditions ~ 435 Suppl, 52| conditions ~should be like the mother rather than the father, 436 Suppl, 52| father rather ~than from his mother that in the genealogies 437 Suppl, 52| rather than from ~their mother. But in matters relating 438 Suppl, 52| slavery they follow the mother ~by preference.~ 439 Suppl, 54| copulate even with their mother. Therefore it is not of ~ 440 Suppl, 54| marrying one's father or mother: ~in proof of which it was 441 Suppl, 54| shall leave ~father and mother": which cannot be understood 442 Suppl, 54| and daughter, or son and mother. It ~is not that the good 443 Suppl, 54| natural law a ~father and mother are debarred from marrying 444 Suppl, 54| their children; and the ~mother still more than the father, 445 Suppl, 54| parents if the son marry his mother than if the father ~marry 446 Suppl, 54| marriage not ~only father and mother, but also other kinsfolk 447 Suppl, 54| abhors copulation with its ~mother as long as he retains knowledge 448 Suppl, 54| knowledge not only of his mother, but also of his ~daughter, 449 Suppl, 54| the human race father and mother alone were debarred from ~ 450 Suppl, 55| blood-relation of ~mine on my mother's side. Hence in the above 451 Suppl, 55| either as with father or mother, inasmuch as ~she descends 452 Suppl, 56| is born of a father ~and mother, so in spiritual generation 453 Suppl, 56| Father, and of the Church as Mother. Now while he who confers 454 Suppl, 56| the child, but also the mother who provides the ~matter, 455 Suppl, 56| child's godmother, nor the mother of my ~godchild: but I may 456 Suppl, 57| father and the ~natural mother of the adopted, as happens 457 Suppl, 57| father and the natural ~mother or father, as was the case 458 Suppl, 59| the work of father and ~mother in common, each of them 459 Suppl, 59| union would remain with the mother, because "the offspring ~ 460 Suppl, 59| father or the unbelieving mother, or ~else it is under age, 461 Suppl, 59| notwithstanding that it needs the mother's care for its education.~ 462 Suppl, 60| grievous sin to kill one's mother than ~one's wife, for it 463 Suppl, 60| never lawful to strike one's mother, whereas it is ~sometimes 464 Suppl, 60| grievous sin to kill one's ~mother than one's wife, as also 465 Suppl, 60| since a man ~reveres his mother naturally. Consequently 466 Suppl, 65| requires the father and mother to dwell together for a 467 Suppl, 69| single night would my loving ~mother fail to visit since she 468 Suppl, 72| Now those who die in their mother's ~womb can never be born 469 Suppl, 72| Hence those who die in their mother's womb, although they ~are 470 Suppl, 77| child is ~nourished in the mother's womb. Consequently on 471 Suppl, 93| she be equal to Christ's mother, in whom there was ~integrity 472 Suppl, 93| should say rightly that the Mother of God ~was both virgin 473 Suppl, 93| Baptist while yet in his mother's womb: and in that case


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