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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, it is the sign of a lower science to depend 2 1, 13 | which the ~former is the sign and the latter the cause: 3 1, 13 | applied to urine signifies the sign of ~animal health, and applied 4 1, 13 | healthy in so far as it is the sign ~of the animal's health. 5 1, 13 | medicine. For urine is the sign of ~health in the animal, 6 1, 19 | Therefore sometimes the sign must be taken for the will.~ 7 1, 19 | a thing that is ~in us a sign of some passion, is signified 8 1, 19 | down a precept, it is a sign that he wishes that precept ~ 9 1, 19 | expression, inasmuch as the sign itself of will is called 10 1, 19 | Thus punishment ~is not a sign that there is anger in God; 11 1, 21 | in the conformity of the sign with the ~thing signified; 12 1, 24 | writing in a book is the sign of things to ~be done, so 13 1, 24 | the knowledge of God is a sign in Him of those who are 14 1, 32 | Pharaoh failed in the third sign - that is, as regards knowledge 15 1, 32 | have ~failed in the third sign - that is, in the knowledge 16 1, 35 | at least of some specific sign. In corporeal things the ~ 17 1, 35 | corporeal things the ~specific sign consists chiefly in the 18 1, 35 | or at least in specific ~sign. Now whatever imports procession 19 1, 37 | construed as importing a sign, so that it means, ~"the 20 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost is the sign that the Father loves the 21 1, 43 | to them with the ~outward sign. Were the sign only of sanctifying 22 1, 43 | outward sign. Were the sign only of sanctifying grace 23 1, 43 | accompanied ~with a visible sign which took place on the 24 1, 43 | unless ~perhaps as in a sign, as He is also present in 25 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost as the ~sign of sanctification.~Aquin.: 26 1, 43 | other ~creature could be the sign of sanctification. Nor was 27 1, 43 | only for the purpose of a sign; and so ~likewise it was 28 1, 43 | the one signified in the sign, on that account the Holy ~ 29 1, 43 | by some visible external sign; but, as is said (1 ~Cor. 30 1, 43 | 23): and again under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show 31 1, 57 | Whatever is the exclusive sign of the Divinity, does ~not 32 1, 57 | events is the exclusive ~sign of the Divinity, according 33 1, 58 | 3: Further, speech is a sign of the intellect. But in 34 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sign is contradistinguished from 35 1, 70 | sensible cause from being a sign. But he says "signs," rather 36 1, 75 | Moreover we may take a sign of ~this from the fact that 37 1, 76 | the best intelligence. A sign of which is that we ~observe " 38 1, 77 | the accidental ~form; a sign of which is that the substantial 39 1, 37 | construed as importing a sign, so that it means, ~"the 40 1, 37 | the Holy Ghost is the sign that the Father loves the 41 1, 43 | to them with the ~outward sign. Were the sign only of sanctifying 42 1, 43 | outward sign. Were the sign only of sanctifying grace 43 1, 43 | accompanied ~with a visible sign which took place on the 44 1, 43 | unless ~perhaps as in a sign, as He is also present in 45 1, 43 | the Holy Ghost as the ~sign of sanctification.~Aquin.: 46 1, 43 | other ~creature could be the sign of sanctification. Nor was 47 1, 43 | only for the purpose of a sign; and so ~likewise it was 48 1, 43 | the one signified in the sign, on that account the Holy ~ 49 1, 43 | by some visible external sign; but, as is said (1 ~Cor. 50 1, 43 | 23): and again under the sign of fiery tongues ~to show 51 1, 58 | Whatever is the exclusive sign of the Divinity, does ~not 52 1, 58 | events is the exclusive ~sign of the Divinity, according 53 1, 59 | 3: Further, speech is a sign of the intellect. But in 54 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sign is contradistinguished from 55 1, 71 | sensible cause from being a sign. But he says "signs," rather 56 1, 74 | Moreover we may take a sign of ~this from the fact that 57 1, 75 | the best intelligence. A sign of which is that we ~observe " 58 1, 76 | the accidental ~form; a sign of which is that the substantial 59 1, 77 | them. Of this we have a sign in ~the fact that when the 60 1, 77 | such-like intentions. A sign of which we ~have in the 61 1, 78 | in intellectual power; a sign of which is that ~it is 62 1, 84 | composition of ~the intellect is a sign of the identity of the components. 63 1, 94 | explained. It is also a sign of the will's promptitude 64 1, 102 | we observe in things is a sign of their ~being governed; 65 1, 102 | to execute his ~laws is a sign not only of his being imperfect, 66 1, 106 | takes place by some sensible sign, as by voice, or gesture, 67 1, 106 | among us by some sensible sign. Therefore one angel does ~ 68 1, 106 | another; but some ~sensible sign must be used. Gregory alludes 69 1, 112 | bitterly." But weeping is a sign of grief and sorrow. Therefore 70 1, 113 | Further, to tempt is a sign of ignorance. But the demons 71 1, 114 | by the heavenly bodies: a sign ~of this is that of twins 72 1, 118 | the generative ~power. A sign of this, according to the 73 2, 2 | and ~consequently it is a sign and attestation of the excellence 74 2, 2 | of great excellence as a ~sign of attestation of excellence 75 2, 2 | this is ~pleasure: and a sign of this is that delight 76 2, 12 | is called "intention." A sign of this is that we can have ~ 77 2, 13 | cannot conduce to an end. A sign of this is that ~when men 78 2, 20 | the cause, ~and urine the sign. It is in this way that 79 2, 24 | sensitive appetite, is a sign of the intensity of the 80 2, 24 | the sin, or else it is a ~sign of its being more grievous.~ 81 2, 31 | beloved than bodily good: a ~sign whereof is that men abstain 82 2, 32 | after action, as being the sign of a habit ~existing in 83 2, 35 | keen than ~outward pain: a sign whereof is that one willingly 84 2, 39 | saddening or painful, it is a sign of goodness if a man is 85 2, 44 | cause a ~parching heat: a sign whereof is that those who 86 2, 47 | forgetfulness is a clear sign of slight esteem, for the 87 2, 65 | pleasure taken in a work is a sign of habit" (Ethic. ii, 3). 88 2, 77 | increases it; or rather it is a sign of its gravity, in so far, 89 2, 89 | concupiscence is not in them a sign of the ~condemnation due 90 2, 98 | circumcision, which was the sign of the ~promise made to 91 2, 100 | memory of past favors, or in ~sign of some favor to come: in 92 2, 100 | delivery ~from Egypt, and as a sign of the future Passion of 93 2, 100 | secondarily of that which is a sign or ~a safeguard of health; 94 2, 100 | it were, it may ~denote a sign of justice or a disposition 95 2, 102 | because each was given as a ~sign. For it is written (Gn. 96 2, 102 | foreskin, that it may be a sign of the covenant between 97 2, 102 | 13:9): "It ~shall be as a sign in thy hand, and as a memorial 98 2, 102 | that circumcision was a sign ~of God's covenant with 99 2, 102 | 17:11,14): while fat is a sign of abundant nourishment. 100 2, 102 | first commandment; but as a sign of their function, as ~stated 101 2, 102 | betokened, as a sensible sign thereof, the wisdom which 102 2, 102 | thus: "He received ~the sign of circumcision, a seal 103 2, 102 | received in their ~flesh such a sign as they could not forget, 104 2, 102 | lest some might ~refuse the sign of circumcision on account 105 2, 102 | eat unleavened bread, as a sign "that it could not be ~leavened, 106 2, 102 | Their loins were girt in sign of chastity: ~and the shoes 107 2, 102 | commandments of God "as a sign" on ~their hands; and that 108 2, 102 | nations, not only by the sign of the ~circumcision, which 109 2, 102 | the very sight of ~this sign reminded them of their law.~ 110 2, 103 | circumcision was instituted as a sign of Abraham's ~faith: the 111 2, 103 | reality being fulfilled. As a ~sign of this, we read that at 112 2, 103 | declared by ~means of another sign, viz. Baptism, which, in 113 2, 103 | the sabbath, which was a sign recalling the first creation, 114 2, 105 | happen but that ~some word or sign would escape about the matter. 115 2, 2 | things concerning God. A ~sign of this is that philosophers 116 2, 2 | merit of faith but is a sign of greater merit. Thus again, 117 2, 2 | consequent passion is the sign of a more prompt will, as 118 2, 5 | something, and were to give a sign, by raising a ~dead person 119 2, 8 | not simply (which is a sign of ~understanding), but 120 2, 8 | discursively (which is a sign of reason), as ~Dionysius 121 2, 12 | of unbelief, even as a sign of health is said itself 122 2, 12 | the matter by some evident sign.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 123 2, 15 | thou shalt bind them as a sign on thy hand, and ~they shall 124 2, 25 | more than his neighbor: in sign whereof, a ~man ought not 125 2, 28 | hence it is reckoned a sign of friendship if people " 126 2, 33 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is a sign of humility if a man does 127 2, 37 | this life, ~marked with the sign of Christ, no matter from 128 2, 58 | sinful although it gave a sign of great ~fertility," in 129 2, 58 | far, to wit, as it was a sign of the power whereby he ~ 130 2, 61 | honored, because old age is a sign of virtue, ~though this 131 2, 61 | of virtue, ~though this sign fail at times: wherefore, 132 2, 62 | kind of natural impulse, a sign of which is that they are ~ 133 2, 64 | sin, both because it is a sign of shame, and ~because it 134 2, 79 | the ~sacrament or sacred sign of the invisible sacrifice."~ 135 2, 83 | offering them to God in ~sign of the subjection and honor 136 2, 83 | sovereign ruler some special sign of honor, and that if ~this 137 2, 84 | 13:9): "It shall ~be as a sign in thy hand," so that, apparently, 138 2, 84 | of first-fruits was for a sign of a ~past favor, whence 139 2, 85 | gave a tenth, which is the sign of ~perfection, reserving 140 2, 85 | himself, acknowledged by a ~sign that imperfection was his 141 2, 87 | OBJ 3: Further, to seek a sign of Divine Providence is 142 2, 87 | that swears seems to seek a sign of Divine ~Providence, since 143 2, 92 | since outward worship is a sign of the ~inward worship, 144 2, 93 | since ~every corporeal sign is either the effect of 145 2, 93 | a rainbow is sometimes a sign of fair weather, in so far ~ 146 2, 94 | actions of the demons: a sign of this is that it is requisite 147 2, 94 | written characters, except the sign of the Cross; or if hope 148 2, 95 | Lord ~said: "Ask thee a sign of the Lord thy God," he 149 2, 95 | Again Gedeon asked God for a sign of the ~victory promised 150 2, 95 | 3: God wished to give a sign to Achaz, not for him alone, 151 2, 95 | because, ~by refusing to ask a sign, he was an obstacle to the 152 2, 95 | good. Abraham asked for a sign through the divine instinct, ~ 153 2, 95 | Gedeon seems to have asked a sign through weakness ~of faith, 154 2, 95 | ways of asking God for ~a sign: first in order to test 155 2, 103 | than a ~lower authority, in sign of which the command of 156 2, 107 | between the understanding or sign and the thing understood 157 2, 107 | relation to some ~thing, as sign to thing signified: and 158 2, 108 | act of ~reason comparing sign with the thing signified; 159 2, 108 | denotes every kind of ~sign. Wherefore if a person intended 160 2, 109 | outward deed is a natural sign of the intention. ~Accordingly 161 2, 109 | two things: one by ~way of sign, the other by way of thing 162 2, 109 | does not ~tally with the sign: and the outward words, 163 2, 109 | dissimulation and lie as a sign.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[111] A[ 164 2, 109 | or hypocrisy there is a sign and a thing signified. ~ 165 2, 109 | the concordance between sign and thing signified, while ~ 166 2, 120 | Sabbath: because it is a sign between Me and you in your 167 2, 120 | exterior worship of God as the sign of a ~universal boon that 168 2, 120 | on ~the seventh day: and sign of this we are commanded 169 2, 120 | specializes the time as a sign representing the Creation 170 2, 122 | its genus, as being the sign of the greatest charity, ~ 171 2, 137 | Christ. ii) that "it is a sign ~of fortitude to cut oneself 172 2, 145 | are commanded to fast, in sign of more ~severe penance, 173 2, 145 | quarter of ~the year (in sign whereof our Lord fed four 174 2, 156 | removal ~of the effect is a sign that the cause is removed, 175 2, 156 | the lack of anger ~is a sign that the judgment of reason 176 2, 159 | OBJ 1: Lofty eyes are a sign of pride, inasmuch as it 177 2, 160 | pride is a most ~evident sign of the reprobate, and contrariwise, 178 2, 162 | them garments of skin, as a sign of their mortality.~Aquin.: 179 2, 169 | would ~not be certain. A sign of the prophet's certitude 180 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a sign is worthless if it betokens 181 2, 170 | contraries. Now ~prophecy is a sign in confirmation of faith; 182 2, 170 | spoken? Thou shalt have this sign: Whatsoever that ~same prophet 183 2, 172 | prophecy, because a ~sensible sign is - either a corporeal 184 2, 179 | and speech is the audible sign of the interior ~concept. 185 2, 180 | for Christ's ~sake is a sign. Yet a much more expressive 186 2, 180 | Yet a much more expressive sign thereof is shown when a ~ 187 2, 182 | supreme Pastor." And it is a sign of greater love if a man ~ 188 2, 182 | and sometimes it is a sign of perfect virtue - for 189 2, 183 | fellow-servants," which is a sign of pride, "and shall eat ~ 190 2, 183 | of his order, which is a sign ~of this obligation.~Aquin.: 191 2, 184 | to all three vows, as a sign of being bound by them: 192 2, 185 | be ashamed to beg is a sign of good birth." Therefore 193 2, 185 | ways. First, as being ~a sign of a man's disposition or 194 2, 185 | of attire is sometimes a sign of sorrow: wherefore those 195 2, 185 | Sometimes, however, it is a sign of the ~contempt of riches 196 2, 185 | wear a coarse habit as ~a sign of their profession whereby 197 3, 4 | and circumcision, as a sign that the covenant ~should 198 3, 8 | way, thou hast set ~up a sign of thy prostitution" - " 199 3, 8 | but proposes to all the sign of his will, in consequence 200 3, 13 | Further, a command is a sign of will, as was said in 201 3, 22 | sacrament, that is a sacred sign, of the invisible ~sacrifice." 202 3, 25 | does, which is called "the Sign of the Son of ~Man" that " 203 3, 27 | 10:41) ~that he "did no sign"; that is, in order that 204 3, 27 | sanctification effected by Christ. A sign of this is that it was granted ~ 205 3, 30 | because security of soul is a sign of ~present majesty. But 206 3, 31 | as the number ten is the sign ~of perfection, as being, 207 3, 35 | the ~head of the world, in sign of His complete victory, 208 3, 36 | at a suitable time is a sign of wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP 209 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a sign should be certain, in order 210 3, 36 | not seem to be a certain sign of ~Christ's birth. Therefore 211 3, 36 | angels" ~that the star was a sign of the birth of Christ: 212 3, 36 | death. But this star was a sign of the King's ~birth: wherefore 213 3, 36 | OBJ 3: Further, a heavenly sign is more certain than a human 214 3, 36 | more certain than a human sign. But ~the Magi had come 215 3, 36 | guidance of a ~heavenly sign. Therefore it was foolish 216 3, 37 | prescribed to Abraham as a sign of the covenant concerning 217 3, 37 | commandment of circumcision as a sign of his faith in Him. Fourthly, ~ 218 3, 38 | 10:41) that "John did no sign." Therefore it seems ~that 219 3, 38 | given to John to work a sign. Yet when ~the Jews asked 220 3, 38 | therefrom, save only the sign of penance.~Aquin.: SMT 221 3, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the sign of wisdom infused by God 222 3, 40 | willingly, poverty itself ~is a sign of very great humility.~ 223 3, 41 | fashion. And the principal sign of this is when a man does ~ 224 3, 42 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: It is a sign, not of lesser, but of greater 225 3, 43 | generation seeketh after a ~sign; and a sign shall not be 226 3, 43 | seeketh after a ~sign; and a sign shall not be given it, but 227 3, 43 | not be given it, but the sign of Jonas the ~prophet." 228 3, 43 | Reply OBJ 1: These words, "a sign shall not be given it, but 229 3, 43 | not be given it, but the sign of ~Jonas," mean, as Chrysostom 230 3, 43 | they did ~not receive a sign such as they sought, viz. 231 3, 43 | not that ~He gave them no sign at all. Or that "He worked 232 3, 44 | Pharisees asked Him to give "a sign from heaven," He ~refused, 233 3, 44 | in Matth.): "This is the sign which He ~promised to them 234 3, 44 | adulterous ~generation seeketh a sign; and a sign shall not be 235 3, 44 | generation seeketh a sign; and a sign shall not be given it, but 236 3, 44 | not be given it, but the sign ~of Jonas the prophet,' 237 3, 45 | and Pharisees ~asked for a sign from heaven, He refused 238 3, 45 | apostles' faith, He gives a sign from heaven, Elias ~coming 239 3, 48 | sacrament - that is, a sacred sign - of an invisible sacrifice." 240 3, 48 | Christ's Passion is not a sign, but rather the thing signified 241 3, 48 | figurative sacrifices, is yet a sign of something to be observed 242 3, 51 | or prophetic person is a sign of something great." ~For 243 3, 55 | raising of Lazarus was a sign of Christ's coming ~Resurrection. 244 3, 55 | sometimes it means ~a sensible sign employed to manifest the 245 3, 55 | tekmerion}, ~i.e. "an evident sign affording positive proof" [* 246 3, 55 | glorified body: yet He gave no sign thereof in His Resurrection. ~ 247 3, 55 | testimony; and by proof or sign: and each manifestation 248 3, 57 | Christ: but it appeared as a sign of the Godhead, just as 249 3, 57 | am, ~you also may be." In sign whereof He took to heaven 250 3, 60 | a sacrament is a kind of sign?~(2) Whether every sign 251 3, 60 | sign?~(2) Whether every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament?~( 252 3, 60 | Whether a sacrament is a sign of one thing only, or of 253 3, 60 | Whether a sacrament is a sign that is something sensible?~( 254 3, 60 | a sacrament is a kind of sign?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 255 3, 60 | sacrament is not a kind of sign. For sacrament ~appears 256 3, 60 | cause ~rather than of a sign. Therefore a sacrament is 257 3, 60 | cause rather ~than a kind of sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 258 3, 60 | foreign to the nature of a sign; for "a sign is that which 259 3, 60 | nature of a sign; for "a sign is that which conveys ~something 260 3, 60 | sacrament is not a kind of sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 261 3, 60 | an oath is not a kind of sign, therefore ~it seems that 262 3, 60 | sacrament is not a kind of sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 263 3, 60 | sacrament, i.e. the sacred sign, of the invisible sacrifice."~ 264 3, 60 | urine, through being a ~sign of health. Consequently, 265 3, 60 | that of a cause, or of a sign or of any other ~relation. 266 3, 60 | implying the habitude of sign: and in this way a sacrament 267 3, 60 | sacrament is a kind of ~sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 268 3, 60 | Para. 1/1~Whether every sign of a holy thing is a sacrament?~ 269 3, 60 | It seems that not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament. ~ 270 3, 60 | sacraments. Therefore not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~ 271 3, 60 | it seems that not ~every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~ 272 3, 60 | many things are done in sign ~of some sacred thing; yet 273 3, 60 | like. ~Therefore not every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~ 274 3, 60 | sacrament as being "the sign of a sacred thing"; moreover, ~ 275 3, 60 | Therefore it seems that every sign of a sacred thing is a sacrament.~ 276 3, 60 | called is that which is the sign of some sacred thing pertaining 277 3, 60 | is ~defined as being the "sign of a holy thing so far as 278 3, 60 | Whether a sacrament is a sign of one thing only?~Aquin.: 279 3, 60 | seems that a sacrament is a sign of one thing only. For that ~ 280 3, 60 | many things is an ambiguous sign, and consequently ~occasions 281 3, 60 | that a sacrament is not a sign of several things.~Aquin.: 282 3, 60 | Consequently ~a sacrament is a sign that is both a reminder 283 3, 60 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Then is a sign ambiguous and the occasion 284 3, 60 | form one thing, then the sign is not ambiguous but certain: 285 3, 60 | ii), every effect is ~a sign of its cause. But just as 286 3, 60 | demonstration. Therefore not every sign is sensible. Now all that 287 3, 60 | sacrament is something that is a sign of some sacred ~thing, inasmuch 288 3, 60 | from the sensible. But a sign is ~that by means of which 289 3, 60 | this reason that the name sign is given primarily ~and 290 3, 60 | Doctr. Christ. ii) that a sign "is that which conveys ~ 291 3, 60 | partake of the nature of a sign ~except in so far as they 292 3, 60 | yet ~to determine which sign must be used belongs to 293 3, 60 | joined to the ~sensible sign, just as in the mystery 294 3, 62 | the same thing is not both sign and cause: since the nature 295 3, 62 | cause: since the nature of ~sign appears to be more in keeping 296 3, 62 | effect. But a sacrament is a ~sign of grace. Therefore it is 297 3, 62 | leaden coin is nothing but a sign of ~the king's command that 298 3, 62 | like manner the ~book is a sign of the conferring of a canonry. 299 3, 62 | cannot properly be called a sign of its ~effect, even though 300 3, 62 | manifest, can be called a ~sign of a hidden effect, for 301 3, 62 | something sacred, not only as a sign, but also as a cause.~Aquin.: 302 3, 62 | sacraments. First, as in its sign; ~for a sacrament is a sign 303 3, 62 | sign; ~for a sacrament is a sign of grace. Secondly, as in 304 3, 62 | the sacraments. It was in sign of this that from the side 305 3, 62 | that Circumcision was a sign of ~justifying faith: wherefore 306 3, 62 | that Abraham ~"received the sign of Circumcision, a seal 307 3, 62 | Circumcision in so far as it was a ~sign of Christ's future Passion, 308 3, 63 | some kind of distinctive ~sign. But Christ's members are 309 3, 63 | character is a distinctive sign. Now a sign, as ~Augustine 310 3, 63 | distinctive sign. Now a sign, as ~Augustine says (De 311 3, 63 | to receive some outward sign thereof; thus in olden times ~ 312 3, 63 | on the soul is a kind of sign in so ~far as it is imprinted 313 3, 63 | A character is a ~holy sign of the communion of faith 314 3, 63 | conferred ~by a hierarch." Now a sign is in the genus of "relation," 315 3, 63 | principle ~(Metaph. v). But a "sign" which is set down in the 316 3, 63 | saying that God "by a kind of sign ~grants a share of Himself 317 3, 63 | relation signified by the word "sign" must needs have ~some foundation. 318 3, 63 | relation signified by this sign which is a ~character, cannot 319 3, 63 | character is in the nature of a sign in comparison to the ~sensible 320 3, 63 | character has the nature of a sign. And it is a sign ~of the 321 3, 63 | nature of a sign. And it is a sign ~of the grace that is conferred 322 3, 63 | nor the trees, till we sign the servants of our ~God 323 3, 63 | sacrament: and thus it is a ~sign of the invisible grace which 324 3, 63 | character. And thus it is a sign ~conferring on a man a likeness 325 3, 63 | marked with their leader's sign, by ~which they are, in 326 3, 64 | a sacrament is a kind of sign. Now sensible things have ~ 327 3, 64 | a ~spirit is drawn by a sign." It seems, therefore, that 328 3, 65 | sacraments are a kind of sacred sign. But in the Church ~there 329 3, 66 | visible and outward; the sign, namely, of ~the inward 330 3, 66 | washing; and a sacramental sign ~of the inward justification: 331 3, 66 | to use others: but as a sign of the glorious ~resurrection, 332 3, 66 | sacrament is a kind of ~sign. The other two, however, 333 3, 66 | indeed, ~in the nature of sign, but in the baptismal effect. 334 3, 68 | present is manifested by a sign different from that by ~ 335 3, 68 | sacramental signs. Now a sign ~is false if it does not 336 3, 68 | whom there appears some ~sign of their interior conversion: 337 3, 68 | man, unless he show some sign of life.~Aquin.: SMT TP 338 3, 69 | conquer by God's help." In sign of which it is written ( 339 3, 70 | together by a sensible ~sign, which is necessary in order 340 3, 70 | of circumcision is as a sign of Abraham's ~faith, who 341 3, 70 | the ~head. Therefore the sign of circumcision should have 342 3, 70 | 11: "And he received the sign of circumcision."~Aquin.: 343 3, 70 | circumcision was established, as ~a sign of faith, by God "of" Whose " 344 3, 70 | First, because it was a sign of that faith whereby Abraham ~ 345 3, 70 | grace, inasmuch as it was a sign of faith in ~Christ's future 346 3, 70 | that Abraham "received the sign of ~circumcision, a seal 347 3, 70 | there was no need of a sign expressive of this ~faith; 348 3, 70 | they ~needed no distinctive sign while they dwelt apart from 349 3, 71 | anything, or is a mere sign?~(4) Whether those who are 350 3, 71 | effects anything, or is a mere sign?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 351 3, 71 | anything, but is a mere sign. For if a child die after 352 3, 71 | nothing, but is a mere ~sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 353 3, 71 | but ~that it should be a sign and a cause, as stated above ( 354 3, 71 | done which is not a mere sign, but ~produces an effect, 355 3, 71 | no effect, but is a mere sign, for instance, the ~baptized 356 3, 72 | Let no priest dare to sign ~the baptized infants on 357 3, 72 | bishop: but they must not sign the brow with the same oil; 358 3, 72 | of this sacrament is: "I sign thee with the sign ~of the 359 3, 72 | is: "I sign thee with the sign ~of the cross," etc.?~Aquin.: 360 3, 72 | this sacrament is not: "I sign ~thee with the sign of the 361 3, 72 | I sign ~thee with the sign of the cross, I confirm 362 3, 72 | salvation." The third is the sign which ~is given to the combatant, 363 3, 72 | soldiers ~marked with the sign of their leaders. And to 364 3, 72 | this refer the words, "I ~sign thee with the sign of the 365 3, 72 | I ~sign thee with the sign of the cross," in which 366 3, 72 | of the cross," in which sign, to wit, our King ~triumphed ( 367 3, 72 | signified by the words, "I sign thee with ~the sign of the 368 3, 72 | I sign thee with ~the sign of the cross."~Aquin.: SMT 369 3, 72 | character means a distinctive sign. But a man is not ~distinguished 370 3, 72 | imprinted on the body, when the sign of the cross is signed with 371 3, 72 | Confirmation is a distinctive sign, not ~between unbelievers 372 3, 72 | fittingly signed with the sign of the cross on the ~forehead, 373 3, 72 | because he is signed with ~the sign of the cross, as a soldier 374 3, 72 | cross, as a soldier with the sign of his leader, which ~should 375 3, 72 | strengthened for the ~combat; the sign of which should be borne 376 3, 72 | is in the heart, but its sign ~appears on the forehead: 377 3, 72 | Confirmation is required as a sign of ~fortitude against others; 378 3, 72 | written, is signed with the sign of the cross. Therefore 379 3, 72 | 3: Further, chrism is a sign of the fulness of the Holy 380 3, 73 | stated above (Q[60], A[1]), sign is the genus of ~sacrament. 381 3, 74 | natural things the shape is a sign of species. But ~some cereals 382 3, 74 | that, Judgment concerning a sign is to be drawn from the 383 3, 75 | merely ~as in a figure or sign?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 384 3, 75 | only as in a figure, or sign. For it is written (Jn. 385 3, 75 | truth, but only as in a sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 386 3, 75 | altar, but only as in a sign.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 387 3, 75 | Hence this ~sacrament is the sign of supreme charity, and 388 3, 75 | sacrament except as in a ~sign, a thing to be rejected 389 3, 75 | Christ ~is there only as in a sign, although a sacrament is 390 3, 75 | a sacrament is a kind of sign; but ~that Christ's body 391 3, 78 | sacrament, but merely as in a ~sign, which is heretical, as 392 3, 79 | O sacrament of ~piety, O sign of unity, O bond of charity!"~ 393 3, 79 | Secondly, inasmuch as it is a sign of ~Christ's Passion, whereby 394 3, 80 | which is a ~sacrament is a sign of the reality of the sacrament. 395 3, 80 | to be touched by men as a sign of spiritual union with ~ 396 3, 80 | outrages Christ with the sign of friendship. but not as 397 3, 80 | which ~this sacrament is the sign, and all the more according 398 3, 82 | priests, but to bishops, to sign with the chrism. Therefore 399 3, 82 | sacrifice he offers is ~a sign of the inner sacrifice whereby 400 3, 83 | during the night, ~as a sign that He came to the darknesses 401 3, 83 | and New ~Testament, as a sign that this doctrine was announced 402 3, 83 | the priest to ~repeat the sign of the cross many times 403 3, 83 | the mass, makes use of the sign ~of the cross to signify 404 3, 83 | signified by the triple sign of the cross at the ~words, " 405 3, 83 | signify this the ~threefold sign of the cross is repeated, 406 3, 83 | make once more a triple sign of the cross at the words, " 407 3, 83 | priest makes use of the sign of the cross.~Aquin.: SMT 408 3, 83 | consecration, the priest makes the sign of the ~cross, not for the 409 3, 84 | of ~Confirmation is: "I sign thee with the sign of the 410 3, 84 | is: "I sign thee with the sign of the cross, and I confirm ~ 411 3, 84 | part of ~the priest, the sign of the cross, which is employed 412 Suppl, 6 | his sin by some ~external sign, as by making a sin-offering, 413 Suppl, 11| the sinner, by word, or ~sign, or in any other way whatever."~ 414 Suppl, 11| himself to a priest, is a sign of the inward submission, ~ 415 Suppl, 11| so as by neither word nor sign to betray the ~penitent.~ 416 Suppl, 18| they are moved by God." A sign of this is that ~before 417 Suppl, 19| their anointing is merely a sign that the excellence of their 418 Suppl, 21| shown openly by a visible sign), so too excommunication 419 Suppl, 28| 1: The woman's hair is a sign of her subjection, a man' 420 Suppl, 29| because a sacrament is a sign of the ~effect it produces. 421 Suppl, 30| character is a distinctive sign. Now just as one who is 422 Suppl, 34| things, namely the outward ~sign, a "kind of seal," i.e. 423 Suppl, 34| of seal," i.e. a kind of sign, and the inward effect, ~" 424 Suppl, 34| outward action, which is the sign and cause of inward power; 425 Suppl, 34| on man with some outward ~sign. Wherefore, since by receiving 426 Suppl, 35| character is a distinctive sign. Now there is something ~ 427 Suppl, 35| Wherefore since a character is a sign ~whereby one thing is distinguished 428 Suppl, 39| since a ~sacrament is a sign, not only the thing, but 429 Suppl, 40| 23). Now a crown is the sign of royalty. Therefore a 430 Suppl, 40| Because a crown is the sign of royalty; and of perfection, ~ 431 Suppl, 40| the tonsure is ~a corporal sign employed by the Church. 432 Suppl, 40| as signate corresponds to sign; but this is not a spiritual 433 Suppl, 40| were the ~breeches as a sign of chastity. Much more therefore 434 Suppl, 40| had ~mitres, which are a sign of dignity. Therefore the 435 Suppl, 40| the left shoulder, as a sign that he is deputed to a ~ 436 Suppl, 40| archbishops have the "pallium" in sign of their ~privileged power, 437 Suppl, 40| ministry. ~Wherefore as a sign of the chastity which they 438 Suppl, 40| OBJ 2: The mitre was not a sign of dignity, for it was a 439 Suppl, 40| But the diadem which was a sign of ~dignity was given to 440 Suppl, 40| elsewhere; or else it is a sign of his not having a ~restricted 441 Suppl, 42| Further, a sacrament is the sign of a sacred thing. But such 442 Suppl, 42| sacrament is essentially a ~sign and a remedy, it follows 443 Suppl, 42| cause ~of grace, but only a sign thereof. But this cannot 444 Suppl, 44| sacrament is a sensible sign. But no relation is a ~sensible 445 Suppl, 45| sacrament. Now a sensible sign is ~required in every sacrament. 446 Suppl, 45| not ~contradict them is a sign that they are her words.~ 447 Suppl, 46| fortune, or some other evident sign appear. Nevertheless the 448 Suppl, 46| if there be some evident sign of fraud, because it may 449 Suppl, 47| compulsion. For matrimony is a sign of a ~spiritual union. But 450 Suppl, 48| who are ~united, is the sign of the union of Christ with 451 Suppl, 49| result from marriage being a sign of Christ's ~union with 452 Suppl, 49| indissolubility, which is a sign of ~the same thing as matrimony 453 Suppl, 49| instituted not only as a sign of a sacred thing, but also 454 Suppl, 66| carnal, they should ~give no sign of persistent concupiscence, 455 Suppl, 66| fornication would be the sacred sign ~[sacramentum] of that union, 456 Suppl, 67| far as the latter ~is a sign of the perpetual union of 457 Suppl, 69| and to ~receive a special sign of faith: for which reason " 458 Suppl, 71| they might be taken as a sign that they were carried off 459 Suppl, 71| hand, the Eucharist is the sign of ecclesiastical unity, ~ 460 Suppl, 73| giving of some common bodily sign. ~According to some this 461 Suppl, 73| According to some this sign will be literally Christ' 462 Suppl, 73| 26). Others say that this sign will be nothing else than 463 Suppl, 73| will ~at once at the first sign of our will, which sign 464 Suppl, 73| sign of our will, which sign is called a nod: and ~this 465 Suppl, 73| place, is nothing but the sign given by God, which ~all 466 Suppl, 73| resurrection of the dead. This ~sign is the same as the sound 467 Suppl, 87| stated (Mt. 24:30) that "the sign of the Son of ~man shall 468 Suppl, 87| in heaven," namely, "the sign of the cross," as ~Chrysostom 469 Suppl, 87| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The sign of the cross will appear 470 Suppl, 93| for a crown is the proper sign of regal power.~Aquin.:


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