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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | for nothing ~can be known, save what is true; and all that 2 1, 3 | nothing can be measured save by something of its own ~ 3 1, 3 | definition of ~Him; nor, save through His effects, a demonstration 4 1, 4 | agree with God in form; for, save in God alone, essence ~and 5 1, 5 | causality does ~not extend save to those things which are 6 1, 48 | not to destroy, but to save nature," as Dionysius says ( 7 1, 48 | surgeon cuts off a limb to save the whole body. But ~divine 8 1, 57 | power of understanding save the intellectual power, 9 1, 58 | of the qualities therein, save under the Divine ordinance; 10 1, 58 | thing is, is ~always true, save accidentally, according 11 1, 62 | will of the angels? Who, save Him Who created them with 12 1, 63 | wisdom ~than man. But no man, save a fool, ever makes choice 13 1, 64 | the goodness of justice save through God's mercy. Therefore 14 1, 65 | anything should be created, save by God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 66 | hold of any part of time save the "now."~ 16 1, 49 | not to destroy, but to save nature," as Dionysius says ( 17 1, 49 | surgeon cuts off a limb to save the whole body. But ~divine 18 1, 58 | power of understanding save the intellectual power, 19 1, 59 | of the qualities therein, save under the Divine ordinance; 20 1, 59 | thing is, is ~always true, save accidentally, according 21 1, 63 | will of the angels? Who, save Him Who created them with 22 1, 64 | wisdom ~than man. But no man, save a fool, ever makes choice 23 1, 65 | the goodness of justice save through God's mercy. Therefore 24 1, 66 | anything should be created, save by God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 67 | hold of any part of time save the "now."~ 26 1, 83 | was nothing in the world save bodies. And because they ~ 27 1, 83 | came Plato, who, wishing to save the certitude of our ~knowledge 28 1, 83 | various results do not exist save in ~potentiality. But a 29 1, 83 | are not receptive of forms save materially, have no power 30 1, 83 | a ~stone and of a horse, save for the purpose of knowing 31 1, 84 | yet they do not know them ~save in something immaterial, 32 1, 84 | actually understanding, save the abstracted intelligible ~ 33 1, 84 | line, there is no point, save potentially. Euclid defines 34 1, 85 | intellect ~does not move save through the medium of the 35 1, 85 | cannot be known in itself save by God alone; ~to Whom even 36 1, 86 | material things, does ~not know save what is in act: and hence 37 1, 88 | does not ~understand itself save through becoming actually 38 1, 89 | it ~cannot be produced, save immediately by God.~Aquin.: 39 1, 95 | command is ~not given rightly save to a rational being. Therefore 40 1, 97 | increase could not come about save by ~generation, since the 41 1, 105 | sufficiently moves the will save the ~universal good, and 42 1, 105 | will cannot be moved at all save by ~God. For the operation 43 1, 112 | nothing happens in the world save what is effected ~or permitted 44 1, 114 | any principle of action, save an ~active quality, which 45 1, 114 | for they are not moved save locally. Therefore the ~ 46 1, 114 | bodies were not diversified ~save according to accidents of 47 1, 114 | unable to effect ~anything save by means of the natural 48 1, 115 | action of heavenly bodies, save accidentally and ~indirectly. 49 1, 116 | in regard to a disciple save to ~propose to him certain 50 1, 116 | the reception of) a form save either by some agent composed ~ 51 1, 117 | for nothing is generated save from matter. ~But the sensitive 52 1, 117 | or a part of the soul, ~save virtually; thus the form 53 1, 118 | of the sun cannot exist save in the ~matter in which 54 1, 118 | matter can be multiplied save either by rarefaction as 55 1, 118 | anything increase ~naturally, save either by rarefaction or 56 2, 1 | does not receive ~form, save in so far as it is moved 57 2, 1 | moving causes do not move save inasmuch as ~they are moved 58 2, 2 | wealth, it is not sought save for the sake of ~natural 59 2, 2 | naught can lull man's will, save the ~universal good. This 60 2, 3 | attaining: for "naught is loved save what is known," as ~Augustine 61 2, 4 | body, for its operation, save on account of the phantasms, 62 2, 6 | and is not ~voluntary, save under a condition, namely, 63 2, 8 | does not will the means save on account of the end. Therefore 64 2, 10 | universal reason ~does not move save by means of a particular 65 2, 11 | its rest is not absolute save in ~the possession of the 66 2, 11 | the appetite has no rest save in the possession of the 67 2, 13 | 2) that "no man ~chooses save what he can do himself."~ 68 2, 13 | one would tend to the end, save for the ~fact that the means 69 2, 16 | things to an operation save through the interior principles 70 2, 16 | would not seek for money, save that he might have it. ~ 71 2, 17 | second mover does not ~move, save in virtue of the first mover, 72 2, 18 | iv) that evil acts not, save in ~virtue of the good. 73 2, 18 | evil cannot be a cause, save accidentally, as Dionysius ~ 74 2, 18 | any measure of ~morality, save in so far as they are voluntary. 75 2, 18 | because he hurts ~none save himself. And the same applies 76 2, 20 | not refrain from the deed save through the ~impossibility 77 2, 21 | retribution, which has no place save in matters ~relating to 78 2, 22 | called cannot be in the soul, save accidentally, in ~so far, 79 2, 23 | contrariety of passions, save ~that of the objects. Now 80 2, 24 | disturbances" of the ~soul, save when they are not controlled 81 2, 27 | for none takes pleasure save in that ~which is loved 82 2, 29 | hatred; and nothing is hated, save ~through being contrary 83 2, 29 | desire ~anything for himself, save under the aspect of good: 84 2, 29 | no other motive for this save ~truth. Therefore man loves 85 2, 31 | for we do not employ ~them save in speaking of rational 86 2, 31 | in spiritual pleasures, save by reason of a certain reaction 87 2, 31 | experience sensible ~pleasure save by reason of usefulness, 88 2, 31 | natural body does not repose save in a connatural place. Neither, ~ 89 2, 32 | operations are not pleasurable save inasmuch ~as they are united 90 2, 33 | the emotions of the soul, save metaphorically. ~Now expansion 91 2, 35 | pain seems not to follow save from the sense of touch. ~ 92 2, 35 | not contrary to nature, save as they are subordinate 93 2, 35 | take no pleasure in them save as referable to the sensibles ~ 94 2, 35 | sorrow connected with it save accidentally.~Aquin.: SMT 95 2, 36 | inclination does not happen to it save by the action of something ~ 96 2, 38 | does not assuage sorrow, save in so far as it is ~contrary 97 2, 40 | love: since we do not hope save for that which we desire 98 2, 40 | does not beget negligence, ~save in so far as it lessens 99 2, 42 | 83) that "we fear nothing save to lose what we love and ~ 100 2, 42 | there ~is no cause for fear, save loss of the good we love.~ 101 2, 42 | nothing gives rise to fear save what is ~due to an external 102 2, 42 | can be an object of fear, ~save what is due to an extrinsic 103 2, 43 | there is no cause for fear save the loss of what we love, 104 2, 45 | always lead to ~daring, save only when it is strong.~ 105 2, 46 | of anger does not arise save on account of some pain 106 2, 52 | susceptible of increase save in intensity ~on the part 107 2, 53 | habits ~and other qualities; save that certain habits and 108 2, 53 | habits and other qualities; save ~that certain habits increase 109 2, 54 | body have several shapes, save in so far as one shape ~ 110 2, 54 | not extend to many ~things save in relation to one, whence 111 2, 57 | in things ~that are made, save in order that they be made, 112 2, 58 | makes us choose aright, save that which is in the appetitive 113 2, 60 | common good, does not differ, save ~logically, from the virtue 114 2, 60 | virtue does not differ, save logically, from legal ~justice; 115 2, 60 | does ~not cause movement save in virtue of good, as Dionysius 116 2, 62 | are not made known to us, save ~by Divine revelation, contained 117 2, 62 | cannot be directed to God, save through the intellective 118 2, 63 | does not do by Himself, save perhaps ~sometimes miraculously, 119 2, 63 | do not differ seemingly, save in relation to the ~last 120 2, 65 | vii, that "every virtue save ~charity may be common to 121 2, 67 | species are not preserved save in the sensitive powers 122 2, 69 | fullness is not to be ~had save in the life to come, according 123 2, 71 | not called good or bad, save in so ~far as it induces 124 2, 71 | nothing can be voluntary, save ~through an act of the will. 125 2, 72 | and is not to be ~found save in different species, e.g. " 126 2, 72 | one species to ~another, save when there is another motive.~ 127 2, 74 | it does not regard them ~save by way of deliberation. 128 2, 75 | move ~the will inwardly save God alone, who cannot be 129 2, 77 | the will is not directed save to the good or the ~apparent 130 2, 78 | loss of a limb, that he may save his life which he loves 131 2, 79 | nothing produces an action save in so far as it is in act; 132 2, 89 | But damnation ~is not due save to mortal sin. Therefore, 133 2, 90 | of the nature of a law, save in so far as it regards 134 2, 93 | Therefore it is unknown to all save God alone.~Aquin.: SMT FS 135 2, 96 | on the part, in order to save the whole: so that on this 136 2, 96 | law has no coercive power save from the authority of the ~ 137 2, 98 | Now this cannot be ~done save by the grace of the Holy 138 2, 98 | Old Law did not suffice to save man, as stated ~above (A[ 139 2, 98 | Old Law did not suffice to save man, yet ~another help from 140 2, 98 | they were not binding on save the Jewish people alone.~ 141 2, 98 | law should not be given save to the people, since it 142 2, 100 | they did not justify man save through the devotion ~and 143 2, 102 | which there was no reason save that ~man's obedience might 144 2, 102 | shall be put to death, save only to the Lord." ~Wherefore 145 2, 103 | you nothing." But nothing save mortal sin hinders us ~from 146 2, 106 | 3: Further, man needs to save his soul, which is for all 147 2, 106 | eternity, ~more than to save his body, which is a temporal 148 2, 107 | altogether from swearing, save in cases of urgency. Thirdly, 149 2, 107 | away, allowed no exception save in the case of ~fornication." 150 2, 112 | impossible that ~anything save fire should enkindle.~Aquin.: 151 2, 113 | needs no ~disposition, save what He Himself has made. 152 2, 113 | this. Now no other cause save God can justify the ungodly, ~ 153 2, 113 | ungodly, ~even as nothing save fire can heat water. Hence 154 2, 114 | another his first grace, save Christ ~alone; since each 155 2, 1 | for it ~considers nothing save in relation to health.~Aquin.: 156 2, 1 | conclusion cannot be known save through ~the mean of demonstration. 157 2, 1 | nothing can ~come under faith, save in so far as it stands under 158 2, 1 | did not acquire this hope save through Christ, the ~further 159 2, 1 | intellect, power does not work save by the will and knowledge. 160 2, 1 | differ from one another, save ~that on account of the 161 2, 2 | or the matter cannot act save by virtue of the form, nor 162 2, 3 | But this is unnecessary save for those who have to ~instruct 163 2, 9 | is not entirely removed, save by both kinds of ~knowledge, 164 2, 10 | Now there can be no good ~save what comes from a right 165 2, 11 | their return, in order to save their lives and other temporal ~ 166 2, 16 | lawful to hope for any good save ~happiness, as one's last 167 2, 17 | not apprehensive of God save as regards the ~mind in 168 2, 23 | For nothing increases ~save what has quantity. Now quantity 169 2, 23 | is no movement of essence save either ~by corruption or 170 2, 23 | is born of God." But none save the children of God have ~ 171 2, 27 | Our neighbor does not weep save on account of some evil. ~ 172 2, 30 | because "riches are not unjust save for those who are themselves 173 2, 31 | think you, that you may save ~your neighbor?" No, "because 174 2, 31 | What you want is, not to save others, but to hide your 175 2, 32 | power is not set in motion save by something ~apprehended. 176 2, 33 | that they are not mortal, save ~when they attain to their 177 2, 35 | kingdom of God." ~Now nothing, save mortal sin, excludes man 178 2, 37 | Baptism from a schismatic, save ~in a case of necessity, 179 2, 38 | for the true faith, or to save his country, or in defense 180 2, 41 | downfall, which is ~sin, save his own will. Wherefore 181 2, 41 | OBJ 2: Further, no sin, save mortal sin, deserves the 182 2, 42 | love cannot be fulfilled save of one's own will, wherefore 183 2, 44 | But no man is destroyed save for sin. Therefore ~folly 184 2, 51 | grace is not taken away save ~by sin. But it is taken 185 2, 53 | No man is an enemy to God save for wickedness according ~ 186 2, 55 | For all men do not agree save in that which is natural 187 2, 56 | Further, no will is perpetual save God's. If therefore justice 188 2, 56 | complete definition of justice; save that the act ~is mentioned 189 2, 57 | no man does an injustice save to one who suffers that ~ 190 2, 57 | nor suffer an injustice save involuntarily; but that ~ 191 2, 58 | as a law cannot be made save by public authority, ~so 192 2, 58 | that God by his hand would save ~Israel [Vulg.: 'them']." 193 2, 60 | are bound to ~restitution save the one who has taken.~Aquin.: 194 2, 62 | punishment is not appointed ~save for a sin. Now a special 195 2, 62 | from himself, that he may save his whole body. ~Now sometimes 196 2, 62 | other mortal sin in order to save his own life; since the ~ 197 2, 62 | self-defense in order to save his ~own life.~Aquin.: SMT 198 2, 62 | since one's intention is to ~save one's own life, is not unlawful, 199 2, 62 | intends to kill another to save himself from death. The 200 2, 62 | Now penalty is not due ~save for guilt. Therefore he 201 2, 64 | condemned by the Divine judgment save for a ~mortal sin. Yet a 202 2, 64 | use violence or coercion, save within the bounds of justice - 203 2, 65 | exercised in human affairs, save ~by those who hold public 204 2, 66 | Although we are able to save souls by Penance, we are 205 2, 67 | choice, who have no power save by virtue of the consent ~ 206 2, 68 | bishop shall not be condemned save on the evidence of seventy-two ~ 207 2, 68 | penalty must not be inflicted save for a fault. Therefore ~ 208 2, 68 | evidence ought to be rejected save on account ~of a fault.~ 209 2, 68 | evidence should be rejected save for some fault.~Aquin.: 210 2, 68 | excluded from giving evidence save for some fault.~Aquin.: 211 2, 68 | false evidence in order ~to save a man from death, or from 212 2, 70 | On the contrary, Nothing, save words, is perceived by the 213 2, 71 | taken from him by another save as an occasional cause, 214 2, 74 | On the contrary, Nothing save mortal sin excludes one 215 2, 75 | Judgment cannot be pronounced save on what is manifest: for ~" 216 2, 76 | sin in taking) in order to save his life, after the example ~ 217 2, 81 | 2: Further, no one asks save for that which he is solicitous 218 2, 81 | Vulg.: 'He ~is able to save for ever them that come 219 2, 81 | have no lack ~of bliss, save that of the body's glory, 220 2, 81 | Now reward is not ~due save to merit. Therefore prayer 221 2, 83 | shall be put to death, save only to the Lord."~Aquin.: 222 2, 83 | not deserving of ~praise save through being done out of 223 2, 86 | not wont to be employed, save when a man gives ~himself 224 2, 86 | continency cannot be canceled, save by something ~altogether 225 2, 87 | Now nothing ~is confirmed save by what is more certain 226 2, 87 | Further, punishment is not due save for a fault. Now a punishment ~ 227 2, 87 | should not be employed, save in a matter about which 228 2, 87 | assertion needs no ~confirmation save because there is a doubt 229 2, 89 | in ~the divine worship, save what is delivered to us 230 2, 93 | the law concerning duels, save that ~it approaches nearer 231 2, 98 | because it is not competent save to those who hold a clerical ~ 232 2, 101 | one cannot bear witness, save by means of signs, either 233 2, 106 | look to God for nothing save what is good and ~lawful. 234 2, 106 | way punishment is not due save for ~sin, because by means 235 2, 108 | help another person, or to save him from being injured. 236 2, 108 | man may ~lawfully lie, to save another from committing 237 2, 108 | Holofernes, but for her desire to save the people, to which end 238 2, 108 | eternal reward is not lost save for a mortal sin. ~Now, 239 2, 109 | exclusion from ~seeing God, save on account of mortal sin. 240 2, 109 | entirely deprived of holiness save through mortal sin. But 241 2, 113 | as this is not ~inflicted save for mortal sin. Therefore 242 2, 116 | one is ~worthy of death save for a mortal sin. But men 243 2, 116 | with spiritual blindness save through a ~mortal sin, for 244 2, 122 | of beatitude is not due save to acts of ~virtue. Now 245 2, 123 | love; since no one fears save what is contrary to something ~ 246 2, 125 | fellowship is ~to be avoided save on account of sin. Therefore 247 2, 125 | no contrary deficiency, save only timidity. Yet daring 248 2, 127 | makes the soul a coward save the consciousness of a wicked 249 2, 130 | magnanimity: since no one contends save for ~what he deems great. 250 2, 131 | conduct is to be avoided save sin. Now ~pusillanimity 251 2, 131 | because he ~injures no one, save accidentally, by omitting 252 2, 134 | to bear what is painful, save for the sake of that which 253 2, 134 | impossible to have charity save through ~grace, according 254 2, 134 | place offers no difficulty save in the point of time, ~since 255 2, 139 | result ~from the other senses save in relation to sensibles 256 2, 139 | wherefore they need no control, save ~accidentally, in so far 257 2, 140 | On the contrary, Nothing save vice is opposed to virtue. 258 2, 140 | no sin in desiring this, save only ~where it is desired 259 2, 140 | voluntary, for ~instance to save himself by flight. Now that 260 2, 142 | honor is not really ~due save to virtue alone, yet it 261 2, 143 | choice is not made known save by external actions. Wherefore ~ 262 2, 145 | and this is not broken save by such ~things as the Church 263 2, 146 | virtue is not done away save by mortal sin. ~Therefore 264 2, 148 | punishments are ~not inflicted save for mortal sins. Therefore 265 2, 150 | Further, punishment is not due save for a vice. Now in olden ~ 266 2, 152 | from ~simple fornication, save in the point of a man having 267 2, 156 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing save mortal sin is deserving 268 2, 166 | for whenever thou canst save a man ~by feeding him, if 269 2, 167 | as exceeds his estate) "save for vainglory." ~Secondly, 270 2, 169 | not exist ~simultaneously, save by reason of some one thing 271 2, 170 | secrets are not revealed save to a friend, according to ~ 272 2, 171 | nothing to the Divine essence save only a ~relationship to 273 2, 172 | prophet is not without honor, save in his own country." Therefore 274 2, 173 | by a created intellect ~save through the light of glory, 275 2, 173 | cannot be an ~object of sight save through the body. Therefore 276 2, 174 | of the faithful now speak save in one tongue. Therefore 277 2, 176 | miracles cannot be wrought save by the power of God, because 278 2, 178 | incomprehensible light, save by the ~necessity of turning 279 2, 179 | vices are not extirpated save by acts of the moral virtues. 280 2, 182 | abandon the episcopal ~cure, save by the authority of the 281 2, 183 | in the ~episcopal office, save the good work. Wherefore 282 2, 183 | the whole Church? None save him who fears not God's 283 2, 184 | that young man go away sad, save because he ~had great wealth? 284 2, 184 | speaking honor is not due save to virtue. Since, however, 285 2, 185 | Let none dare to preach save the priests of the ~Lord, 286 2, 185 | himself with secular business, save with a view to ~the care 287 2, 185 | the necessity of precept, save ~perchance in some particular 288 2, 185 | other means of livelihood save begging; ~and it is a motive 289 2, 186 | himself with secular business, save with a view to the care 290 2, 186 | seek for other ~learning, save in so far as it is referred 291 2, 186 | excellent ~than another save in respect of that in which 292 2, 187 | to turn or to look back, save ~when he omits to do that 293 2, 187 | error of his way, shall save ~his soul from death, and 294 3 | Jesus Christ, in order to "save His ~people from their sins" ( 295 3, 1 | is come to seek and to ~save that which was lost"; "Therefore, 296 3, 1 | came into ~this world to save sinners," a gloss says, " 297 3, 1 | into the world, except to save sinners. Take away ~diseases, 298 3, 1 | came into ~this world to save sinners." But more would 299 3, 1 | should come from heaven, save in ~the time of youth." 300 3, 2 | not said to be animated save from its union ~with the 301 3, 2 | union has its being nowhere save in a created ~nature, as 302 3, 3 | name Jesus. For He shall save ~His people from their sins." 303 3, 4 | nature which He came to ~save, and in which "it behooved 304 3, 5 | any other part of a man, save flesh."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 305 3, 6 | ever had any ~hypostasis save the hypostasis of the Word." 306 3, 7 | prophet is not without honor, save in ~his own country."~Aquin.: 307 3, 8 | the whole world." Now to save men and to be a propitiation 308 3, 8 | of ~grace is from no one save Christ, Whose manhood, through 309 3, 11 | could not become actual ~save by turning to colors. Therefore 310 3, 15 | before His birth He will save His people ~solely by invocation," 311 3, 15 | that no one is saddened save by the loss of his goods. 312 3, 16 | lower things Its own, to save our nature. ~Therefore, 313 3, 19 | those whom He does not save, since Christ's merit extends 314 3, 21 | 2: Further, no one prays save for what He wishes, because, 315 3, 22 | King: He ~will" come and "save us."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] 316 3, 22 | to Him that was able to save Him from death." Therefore 317 3, 22 | us [Vulg.: 'He is able to save for ever them that come ~ 318 3, 22 | pointedly, ~"that was able to save Him from death."~Aquin.: 319 3, 23 | the rational creature, ~save by adoption. But God is 320 3, 25 | because reverence is not due save to a ~rational creature. 321 3, 25 | honor or ~reverence is due save by reason of a rational 322 3, 27 | regenerated by the sacraments, save those who are ~previously 323 3, 27 | written (Mt. ~1:21): "He shall save His people from their sins." 324 3, 28 | shall pass through it,' save that Joseph ~shall not know 325 3, 28 | be named in ~the Gospels save under this designation of 326 3, 29 | the bond of the ~flesh, save on the condition that it 327 3, 31 | not need to be cleansed save in as far ~as it was soiled 328 3, 31 | and the other ~patriarchs, save through the medium of the 329 3, 34 | necessity precede choice save for the purpose of ~inquiring 330 3, 36 | came into this ~world to save sinners." But this is not 331 3, 36 | But this is not effected save in as far as the ~grace 332 3, 36 | hidden. But Christ came ~to save all; according to 1 Tim. 333 3, 36 | of adoration are ~not due save to kings already reigning. 334 3, 37 | name ~Jesus. For He shall save His people from their sins." 335 3, 38 | confer ~anything on baptism save Christ, who "sanctified 336 3, 38 | receive ~anything therefrom, save only the sign of penance.~ 337 3, 38 | and cleanses the heart, save by the efficacy of ~the 338 3, 40 | came into this world to save sinners." And hence, as ~ 339 3, 41 | experiment, which is not done save in regard ~to something 340 3, 41 | this way of addressing Him, save that, though he knew ~that 341 3, 42 | should not be expounded save to the ~perfect, according 342 3, 43 | Christ came that He might save men by faith; according ~ 343 3, 43 | miracles cannot ~be wrought save by Divine power: because 344 3, 43 | therefore could not be done save by Divine power. For this 345 3, 44 | this way of addressing Him? save that, ~though He knew that 346 3, 44 | world and taught in order to save man, according to Jn. ~3: 347 3, 44 | Reply OBJ 2: Christ came to save the world, not only by Divine 348 3, 44 | is not justly inflicted save for fault. But ~it was not 349 3, 45 | three are not perceptible, save ~in some action or movement, 350 3, 45 | beseeching Him, as it were, to save them. Consequently it was ~ 351 3, 48 | shortened that it cannot save." But "Christ was crucified ~ 352 3, 54 | would dare to say this, save he that denies the true ~ 353 3, 58 | does it belong to anyone save ~Christ to sit at the Father' 354 3, 59 | is not due to ~the body save as the soul's instrument. 355 3, 60 | of Christ, Who came ~to save all. But in the state of 356 3, 61 | no man can be made holy save through Christ, "Whom God 357 3, 62 | the heart ~is not cleansed save through grace. Therefore 358 3, 62 | the instrumental action ~save by exercising its proper 359 3, 62 | sacraments do not cause grace ~save by a certain coincidence, 360 3, 62 | above (A[1]), does not work save as moved by the ~principal 361 3, 62 | there is no sanctification save by grace. But men were ~ 362 3, 62 | is not justified from sin save ~by grace, according to 363 3, 62 | does not ~exclude privation save by informing the subject.~ 364 3, 63 | the subject of ~anything save habit and disposition. But 365 3, 64 | character is never imprinted save by a ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 366 3, 65 | hierarchical perfection save by the most God-like Eucharist." 367 3, 66 | sacrament, it is ~invalid; save by special dispensation 368 3, 67 | for a man does not baptize save as a minister of Christ, 369 3, 68 | Baptism is not to be conferred save on those in whom there appears 370 3, 68 | not intend to give Baptism save to those who have ~right 371 3, 69 | No sin can be forgiven save by the power of Christ's ~ 372 3, 69 | guilt is not set in order save by punishment, as Augustine ~ 373 3, 69 | not bestowed in Baptism, save by an ineffable miracle 374 3, 70 | not remove a privation save by informing the subject.~ 375 3, 71 | because ~form is not received save into matter already disposed. 376 3, 71 | they are not to be omitted save in a case of necessity. 377 3, 72 | can nowise be separated save by death intervening, nor 378 3, 74 | consecration there is nothing else save the body and the blood of ~ 379 3, 75 | man is not wont to be born save of man and woman: see therefore 380 3, 78 | sacrament has no ~other act save the pronouncing of the words. 381 3, 79 | verily nought doth afford save only this meat and drink ~ 382 3, 82 | allow them to confer nothing save Baptism." ~But none can 383 3, 84 | What remains ~for us to do, save to sorrow ever in this life? 384 3, 86 | since evil does not act save in virtue of some ~good." 385 3, 87 | a stain is ~not removed save by grace which is the spiritual 386 Suppl, 1 | will, and ~is nothing else save displeasure for some evil, 387 Suppl, 2 | penance. But no ~one repents save for what he has done himself. 388 Suppl, 4 | does not cause this sorrow, save in those who are ~capable 389 Suppl, 9 | consequently cannot confess save through ~others. Therefore 390 Suppl, 11| subject to his superior, save as a man, ~and he knows 391 Suppl, 11| he heard in confession, save ~indirectly: even as one 392 Suppl, 12| 2/2~Further, no virtue save justice establishes equality 393 Suppl, 14| satisfaction cannot be made save by works that are ~acceptable 394 Suppl, 14| a claim to any of them, save ~through charity towards 395 Suppl, 17| things, for we cannot give save what we have in our power; 396 Suppl, 18| Further, sin is not remitted save by the Holy Ghost. But no 397 Suppl, 18| matter, cannot be given save to ~adults, who need to 398 Suppl, 18| Baptism, were it never given save to adults.~Aquin.: SMT XP 399 Suppl, 18| to a man unto punishment, save what he has done himself, 400 Suppl, 18| and thus he does not bind save by not ~loosing, and declaring 401 Suppl, 20| can any ~active force act save on its own matter. Now a 402 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, save in those cases in which 403 Suppl, 23| a major excommunication save for a ~mortal sin. Now according 404 Suppl, 25| indulgences have no effect save from the power of the keys. ~ 405 Suppl, 26| Church cannot be distributed ~save by him who presides over 406 Suppl, 26| punishments fixed by law, save the one ~who has the power 407 Suppl, 29| question about the sacraments, save in so far as they serve 408 Suppl, 29| cannot be perfectly signified save by the application ~of the 409 Suppl, 29| to any particular effect save by the form of words. Hence 410 Suppl, 29| says he ~(5:15), "shall save the sick man." Since then 411 Suppl, 29| The prayer of faith shall save the sick man." Therefore 412 Suppl, 30| The prayer of faith ~shall save the sick man." Therefore 413 Suppl, 33| it ought not to be given save to those whose death men 414 Suppl, 39| Further, punishment is not due save for a fault. Now sometimes 415 Suppl, 40| depend on ~a higher power save God's; but as to the second, 416 Suppl, 41| is the object of excuse save sin. Now the ~marriage act 417 Suppl, 42| this is not brought about ~save by carnal intercourse. Therefore 418 Suppl, 47| merchandise overboard in order to save himself. In the latter kind 419 Suppl, 50| man and woman is unlawful save in marriage. Now ~every 420 Suppl, 54| yet to no kind of animal save man has ~she instilled a 421 Suppl, 56| an impediment to marriage save what is contrary ~to a marriage 422 Suppl, 56| person's spiritual birth save accidentally, since one 423 Suppl, 58| deprives marriage of nothing save carnal copulation. Therefore 424 Suppl, 58| believe that demons exist ~save only in the imagination 425 Suppl, 58| marriage is not voided save by a perpetual impediment. ~ 426 Suppl, 59| unbeliever is not truly ~married save to her whom he married first. 427 Suppl, 62| not bound to the husband save as regards the ~payment 428 Suppl, 63| no one incurs a penalty save for sin. Now a person ~incurs 429 Suppl, 64| bound to serve his master save when ~the latter commands 430 Suppl, 65| intercourse with a concubine, save in a ~certain case (Dt. 431 Suppl, 67| same for all. But no law save Christ's ~has forbidden 432 Suppl, 69| s souls cannot find rest save by the ~merit of faith, 433 Suppl, 69| But he did not descend save to the limbo of the Fathers. 434 Suppl, 70| of hell, it cannot see it save by intellectual ~vision, 435 Suppl, 71| life is not given to a man save for ~his own works, for 436 Suppl, 71| is not given to a person save according to his ~relation 437 Suppl, 71| praised for another's deeds save accidentally in so far as 438 Suppl, 71| cannot be restored to order save by punishment: wherefore 439 Suppl, 71| retribution none can be ~defrauded save by his own fault.~Aquin.: 440 Suppl, 71| are not detained in limbo save ~because they lack the state 441 Suppl, 71| generation being does not accrue save to the object generated, 442 Suppl, 72| will. ~But no one prays save for what he wills. Therefore 443 Suppl, 72| Therefore they pray not save for ~what they know God 444 Suppl, 72| God wills, nor do they ask save for what they will to be 445 Suppl, 72| since that fire will not act save as ~the instrument of the 446 Suppl, 72| This fire will not act save as the instrument of God' 447 Suppl, 72| nature nothing can be known save what is natural. ~Therefore 448 Suppl, 72| view an end unattainable save by the operation of the 449 Suppl, 73| delivered from spiritual ~death save by the gift of grace bestowed 450 Suppl, 74| revelations are not made to men save by means ~of the angels 451 Suppl, 75| cannot return to immortality save by means of death. It is 452 Suppl, 80| an obstacle to identity, save that ~which is a cause of 453 Suppl, 80| distinction ~between lines save in respect of a different 454 Suppl, 80| is not related to place save through the medium of ~its 455 Suppl, 80| forth, which are ~not found save in heavy and light bodies, 456 Suppl, 81| there can be no resistance save on the part of the ~medium, 457 Suppl, 81| movement there is no resistance save on the part ~of the movable, 458 Suppl, 84| others, will not be visible save to ~the intellect. Therefore 459 Suppl, 86| no ~discussion of merits save where good and evil merits 460 Suppl, 87| Godhead ~cannot be seen save by the intellect, it seems 461 Suppl, 88| cannot be reduced to act save by local movement. Therefore 462 Suppl, 92| Further, a dowry is not given save on the occasion of marriage. ~ 463 Suppl, 92| usually transferred to another save ~by reason of some likeness. 464 Suppl, 92| does not proceed to act save through the medium of ~the 465 Suppl, 93| in a just war in order to save his country, ~an aureole 466 Suppl, 94| cannot be under the earth save by violence. ~Therefore 467 Suppl, 96| reconciliation is given to us save that ~which is through Christ.~ 468 Appen1, 2| sin is ~not blotted out save by contrition. But there 469 Appen1, 2| contrary is not cleansed save by its contrary. But ~punishment


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