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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: It may well happen that what is in itself the 2 1, 1 | Hence the ~fact that some happen to doubt about articles 3 1, 7 | place; and this could not ~happen to an infinite body, for 4 1, 7 | part, and ~this could not happen as regards an infinite circular 5 1, 12 | perfectly than another can ~happen in two ways: either on the 6 1, 12 | of the object, it may ~so happen because the object is received 7 1, 12 | Philosopher (Topic. ii): "It may happen that many things are known, 8 1, 14 | justified," ~etc.: "A thing will happen not because God knows it 9 1, 14 | This, however, does not happen in our intellect, which ~ 10 1, 15 | is in the agent, as may ~happen in two ways. For in some 11 1, 19 | truth." But this does not happen. Therefore ~the will of 12 1, 19 | being. Hence the same must happen in active ~causes. Something 13 1, 19 | clearly seen. For it may happen that a star is ~hindered 14 1, 19 | willed before. This cannot happen, unless we presuppose change ~ 15 1, 19 | inferior cause a thing shall ~happen; but that in the order of 16 1, 19 | higher cause it shall not happen; or ~He may will conversely. 17 1, 19 | declares ~that a thing shall happen according as it falls under 18 1, 19 | merit, which yet does not happen as not ~being in the designs 19 1, 19 | power in the seed it may happen that a ~child is born unlike 20 1, 19 | the ~effects willed by God happen contingently, but because 21 1, 19 | His will that they should happen ~contingently.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 19 | that not only those things happen that God wills to happen, 23 1, 19 | happen that God wills to happen, but ~that they happen necessarily 24 1, 19 | to happen, but ~that they happen necessarily or contingently 25 1, 22 | For ~nothing foreseen can happen by chance. If then everything 26 1, 22 | foreseen by ~God, nothing would happen by chance. And thus hazard 27 1, 22 | Since, then, many things ~happen from necessity, everything 28 1, 22 | whose range no effect can happen, it is said to be ~foreseen. 29 1, 22 | necessary causes, so that they happen of necessity; for others 30 1, 22 | contingent ~causes, that they may happen by contingency, according 31 1, 22 | only that things ~should happen somehow; but that they should 32 1, 22 | somehow; but that they should happen either by necessity or ~ 33 1, 22 | divine providence ordains to happen ~infallibly and of necessity 34 1, 22 | providence conceives ~to happen from contingency.~Aquin.: 35 1, 22 | far as all things foreseen happen as they have been foreseen, 36 1, 23 | grace. For neither does this happen otherwise than by divine 37 1, 23 | good things ~should never happen, as was said above (Q[22], 38 1, 23 | those effects would not happen; so ~the salvation of a 39 1, 25 | is to say that it did not happen. Whence, that the past should 40 1, 25 | nature nothing else can happen beyond what actually ~takes 41 1, 25 | that other things could not happen. Others, ~however, said 42 1, 25 | other course of events could happen. Wherefore ~we must simply 43 1, 25 | would do. ~But it could not happen that He should do anything 44 1, 37 | not the form. Now it may happen that a thing may be denominated 45 1, 42 | of generation it ~should happen otherwise. From what precedes ( 46 1, 45 | nothing. Therefore it does not happen that something is made from 47 1, 45 | some beings, but cannot happen in the production of all 48 1, 48 | said above, this can ~only happen to evil as joined to some 49 1, 49 | movement of an animal may ~happen by reason of the weakness 50 1, 49 | accident. Moreover, it does ~happen sometimes that one contrary 51 1, 56 | passive. Hence this does not happen ~in the angelic intellect, 52 1, 57 | that an eclipse is about to happen, knows it in the ~universal; 53 1, 57 | know those events ~which happen of necessity, or in the 54 1, 57 | cast over all things which happen in all time as ~present 55 1, 57 | intellect, not all things that happen through all time, are present 56 1, 58 | Topic. ii, 4) that "it may happen ~that we know many things, 57 1, 58 | any angel; yet it does so happen accidentally; but very ~ 58 1, 63 | according to likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, 59 1, 63 | Now ~a particular good may happen to have some evil connected 60 1, 76 | that the same thing may happen ~to be known by several 61 1, 37 | not the form. Now it may happen that a thing may be denominated 62 1, 42 | of generation it ~should happen otherwise. From what precedes ( 63 1, 46 | nothing. Therefore it does not happen ~that something is made 64 1, 46 | some beings, but cannot happen in the production of all 65 1, 49 | said above, this can ~only happen to evil as joined to some 66 1, 50 | movement of an animal may ~happen by reason of the weakness 67 1, 50 | accident. Moreover, it does ~happen sometimes that one contrary 68 1, 57 | passive. Hence this does not happen ~in the angelic intellect, 69 1, 58 | that an eclipse is about to happen, knows it in the ~universal; 70 1, 58 | know those events ~which happen of necessity, or in the 71 1, 58 | cast over all things which happen in all time as ~present 72 1, 58 | intellect, not all things that happen through all time, are present 73 1, 59 | Topic. ii, 4) that "it may happen ~that we know many things, 74 1, 59 | any angel; yet it does so happen accidentally; but very ~ 75 1, 64 | according to likeness can happen in two ways. In ~one way, 76 1, 64 | Now ~a particular good may happen to have some evil connected 77 1, 75 | that the same thing may happen ~to be known by several 78 1, 78 | agent pre-exist, it may well happen that its ~likeness is received 79 1, 78 | thinking. But this cannot happen in the ~intellect, because 80 1, 78 | admitted that this could happen in the sensitive part, as 81 1, 78 | Body Para. 2/2~But it may happen that the medium and what 82 1, 83 | phantasms; thus does it happen, ~especially when a man 83 1, 83 | thus especially does it happen towards the end of sleep ~ 84 1, 88 | departed; as may ~likewise happen when the living appear, 85 1, 92 | that is, as much as they happen [contingit] to be so, ~but 86 1, 92 | the rational creature may happen to possess, we ~find the 87 1, 94 | 5:7). But this did not happen in the state of innocence. 88 1, 94 | intensity of charity. Yet it may happen that a person performs an ~ 89 1, 102 | observe that in nature things happen always or nearly ~always 90 1, 102 | house he builds. Now it may happen that something extrinsic 91 1, 102 | knowledge. So nothing would ~happen unintentionally; which constitutes 92 1, 102 | Wherefore ~to show how things happen by chance and yet according 93 1, 102 | 1/1~Whether anything can happen outside the order of the 94 1, 102 | follows that all things happen by necessity, and nothing 95 1, 102 | as ~though anything could happen entirely outside the order 96 1, 103 | course of things; others happen miraculously, ~and not in 97 1, 104 | natural things something may happen outside this natural ~order, 98 1, 104 | order, in two ways. It may happen by the action of an agent 99 1, 104 | against nature. It may also happen by ~the action of the agent 100 1, 104 | rare occurrence, since they happen frequently; as when the ~ 101 1, 104 | senses. But sometimes things ~happen outside the order of nature, 102 1, 104 | because it ~does not often happen, but because it is outside 103 1, 109 | that all the things we see happen may be ~brought about by 104 1, 112 | is ~for those things that happen against our will." But the 105 1, 113 | 2 Para. 2/2~Now this may happen in two ways. Firstly, from 106 1, 114 | concluded that all things happen ~of necessity. This opinion 107 1, 115 | though things were said to happen by ~fate, which are "fore-spoken" 108 1, 115 | one who decrees them to happen. Now what ~is foreseen is 109 1, 115 | chance-like. If therefore things happen ~by fate, there will be 110 1, 115 | world some things seem to happen by luck or ~chance. Now 111 1, 115 | ordering of things ~that happen by fate, must of necessity 112 1, 115 | Secondly, as to all things that happen ~accidentally: for it has 113 1, 115 | compared to things that happen by fate, as their ~cause; 114 1, 115 | world, but all things would happen of necessity.~Aquin.: SMT 115 1, 115 | so ~that all things would happen of necessity; for this reason 116 1, 115 | foreknew that this would happen, it will happen." Wherefore 117 1, 115 | this would happen, it will happen." Wherefore Boethius, ~having 118 1, 115 | cause of all things that happen, as Augustine says (De Trin. 119 2, 1 | one ~and the same act may happen to be ordained to various 120 2, 5 | consideration of reason; so does it ~happen that one and the same thing 121 2, 6 | principle of movement may happen to be first in a genus, ~ 122 2, 7 | water on someone should happen to wash ~him, is not a circumstance 123 2, 9 | violence." This does not happen when the will is moved by 124 2, 10 | another; for some things happen naturally and some are done ~ 125 2, 10 | if the sensitive appetite happen to be disposed to ~something, 126 2, 14 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It may happen that things which are most 127 2, 14 | means. Nevertheless it may happen that what is the end in 128 2, 15 | remains a choice. For it may happen ~that by aid of counsel 129 2, 17 | my mind." This may also happen through a sudden movement 130 2, 18 | Further, a good action may happen to be ordained to an evil 131 2, 18 | conversely, an evil ~action may happen to be ordained to a good 132 2, 18 | another way. And thus it may ~happen that an action which is 133 2, 18 | belongs to another. But it may happen ~that the object of an action 134 2, 18 | an individual action may happen to be indifferent.~Aquin.: 135 2, 18 | time, and the like, it may happen that the ~condition as to 136 2, 19 | the external act this ~may happen in two ways. First, through 137 2, 19 | nature. Now a thing may happen to be good under a ~particular 138 2, 20 | one another. Now it may ~happen, in things that are subordinate 139 2, 20 | things. This, seemingly, may ~happen in three ways. First in 140 2, 20 | workman's action. But it may happen that the servant's action ~ 141 2, 21 | moral actions, so does it happen ~in the productions of art: 142 2, 27 | of every love. But it may happen that some other ~passion 143 2, 29 | Body Para. 2/2~Now it may happen in three ways that some 144 2, 31 | in natural ~things some happen to attain to their natural 145 2, 31 | perfections, so does this ~happen in animals. And though movement 146 2, 33 | actually present. But it may happen that what is actually present 147 2, 35 | nature: but it does not happen for them to have any affinity 148 2, 36 | s ~inclination does not happen to it save by the action 149 2, 37 | the soul, it must needs happen, when the intention of the 150 2, 39 | about those things which happen against our will." But not 151 2, 39 | Some things do actually happen, not because God wills, 152 2, 39 | because He permits them to happen - such as sins. Consequently 153 2, 39 | Divine will. Penal evils happen actually, even by ~God's 154 2, 42 | counsel about things which happen naturally, as stated in ~ 155 2, 42 | removes fear also. ~Now it may happen in two ways that an evil 156 2, 42 | think less about things that happen suddenly. But the ~more 157 2, 42 | be evil. However, it ~may happen through some accident that 158 2, 43 | cannot be repulsed. It may happen, ~however, in this respect, 159 2, 51 | Yet in neither way does it happen ~that there are natural 160 2, 51 | angels, indeed, this does happen, since they have ~intelligible 161 2, 51 | OBJ 2: Further, as acts happen to increase by multiplication 162 2, 51 | multiplication so do they ~happen to increase by intensity. 163 2, 52 | Wherefore ~in two ways it may happen that a form cannot be participated 164 2, 52 | 8/11~Secondly this may happen from the fact that the form 165 2, 52 | intensity and remissness, happen in one way not on the ~part 166 2, 52 | contrary ~to it; so may he happen to use the habit by performing 167 2, 54 | one species; so does it happen that ~there are several 168 2, 54 | Never, however, does it happen ~that contrary habits are 169 2, 57 | is as a "term." This may happen in two ways: first, so that 170 2, 57 | something ~further: for it may happen in some matter of action 171 2, 59 | they ~held that no evil can happen to a wise man: for they 172 2, 64 | or ~measure. Now this may happen either by their exceeding 173 2, 64 | respect of which it may happen to ~be excessive or deficient, 174 2, 65 | and since it does ~not happen to all in common to be exercised 175 2, 74 | dissents from it. Now it may happen that the inordinateness 176 2, 75 | would follow that all things happen of ~necessity, as is proved 177 2, 76 | to be a sin. Now it may happen that a person ~ignores some 178 2, 76 | sin. Secondly, this may happen on the part of the ~ignorance 179 2, 76 | but are separate. It may happen, if the first diminishes 180 2, 77 | 2/2~Secondly, this may happen on the part of the will' 181 2, 77 | above (Q[76], A[1]). It may ~happen, then, that a man has some 182 2, 77 | he knows ~habitually, may happen through mere lack of attention: 183 2, 77 | versa: but it may well happen that a man has true habitual 184 2, 77 | contrary to the last end can happen not to ~be a mortal sin, 185 2, 77 | consent, this ~does not happen suddenly: and so the deliberating 186 2, 78 | And thus, even as it may happen that one ~who has a vicious 187 2, 78 | generically good; so too it may happen sometimes that one who has 188 2, 78 | altogether corrupted, it may happen that while not using the ~ 189 2, 78 | its own accord. ~This may happen in two ways. First, through 190 2, 80 | action; and this can only happen by moving that action's 191 2, 87 | medicinal, in this way it does happen that one is punished for 192 2, 88 | adultery. In like manner it may happen, on the part of the agent, 193 2, 88 | and yet a circumstance may happen to be ~taken as the specific 194 2, 88 | less than God. Now it may happen that a ~person in committing 195 2, 94 | majority of cases: but it may happen in a particular ~case that 196 2, 96 | according to what may possibly ~happen in an individual case."~ 197 2, 96 | by that power. But it may happen in two ways that one is 198 2, 96 | general rule: but, it were to happen that ~the enemy are in pursuit 199 2, 99 | end. Now many things may happen to be ~necessary or expedient 200 2, 99 | in which human reason may happen to be impeded. Now ~human 201 2, 99 | temporal "things equally happen to the just ~and to the 202 2, 100 | for ~another, unless he happen to be indebted to someone. 203 2, 100 | different time: so that it may happen that ~a man fulfils the 204 2, 102 | since ~those things that happen by chance outside the intention 205 2, 102 | things which were ~about to happen to the children of Israel: 206 2, 105 | voice of Samuel." ~It may happen, however, that even a good 207 2, 105 | indiscriminately, they might happen to come into the hands of 208 2, 105 | what would be likely to happen most frequently (Ex. ~22: 209 2, 105 | was: and it would seldom happen but that ~some word or sign 210 2, 109 | avoiding any evil, many things ~happen for the achieving or avoiding 211 2, 113 | miserliness, yet it may happen that he has been subject 212 2, 113 | to be hated. For it may happen ~amongst men that one man 213 2, 113 | also concur. For it may happen that one and the same act ~ 214 2, 114 | 9:2: "All things equally happen to the just and the wicked, 215 2, 114 | Reply OBJ 4: All things happen equally to the good and 216 2, 1 | the altar. But ~it might happen that the bread was not rightly 217 2, 1 | the same person. It may happen, however, that a thing which 218 2, 1 | see. In like manner it may happen that what is an object of ~ 219 2, 1 | observed, about which some happen to fall into error, looking 220 2, 10 | resisting the faith, this may ~happen in two ways: either the 221 2, 12 | backsliding from God. This may happen ~in various ways according 222 2, 12 | Body Para. 2/2~Now this may happen in two ways. In the first 223 2, 12 | In the first way it may happen merely ~in respect of the 224 2, 12 | his words, and this may happen through his ~being moved 225 2, 13 | Body Para. 4/4~Now this may happen in two ways. First by reason 226 2, 13 | or scarcely ever does it happen that the perfect sin all 227 2, 13 | suddenly; this can only happen by degrees and bit by bit."~ 228 2, 13 | repenting, if he should happen to sin.~ 229 2, 14 | the ~body, it must needs happen that their attention is 230 2, 16 | mean, although this may ~happen to it accidentally with 231 2, 17 | foreknowledge of what would ~happen to them. For perfect and 232 2, 19 | particular. Now ~it may happen that a man, while having 233 2, 23 | essentially, unless it happen to be generated anew or 234 2, 26 | loved in return, if they happen not ~to be loved."~Aquin.: 235 2, 27 | certain act. Now it may happen that from the same habit 236 2, 28 | the heart of one man may happen to tend to diverse ~things, 237 2, 28 | realize that the same may happen to ~themselves. This also 238 2, 30 | to ~such a case as might happen, supposing that by depriving 239 2, 31 | at any time they should happen to stray from the straight 240 2, 33 | particular sin. ~Hence it may happen that certain sins may become 241 2, 34 | his own evil. Now it may ~happen that another's good is apprehended 242 2, 37 | schism, although it may happen that a particular schismatic 243 2, 38 | uplifting the good." For it may ~happen that the war is declared 244 2, 41 | with an obstacle, it may happen to ~stumble against it, 245 2, 41 | foresees or ~foretells must happen, provided it be taken conjointly 246 2, 41 | Whether passive scandal may happen even to the perfect?~Aquin.: 247 2, 41 | that passive scandal may happen even to the ~perfect. For 248 2, 41 | matter of choice. It may happen however that, on account 249 2, 45 | actions, which does not happen unless the appetite be right. 250 2, 49 | seem for the most part to happen by chance, and with such ~ 251 2, 49 | consider all ~things that may happen beside the common course. 252 2, 51 | Wherefore, if this ~should happen through aversion from the 253 2, 51 | by reason: and this may happen in two ways; first through 254 2, 52 | Accordingly negligence may happen to be a mortal sin in ~two 255 2, 53 | to speech. Yet guile may happen also in deeds, according 256 2, 55 | another ~person. Now this may happen in two ways; first, according 257 2, 56 | other men. Now this may happen in two ways: first as ~regards 258 2, 56 | proper end: that it should happen to be directed to a further ~ 259 2, 57 | injustice. Accordingly it may happen in two ways that ~a man 260 2, 57 | injustice. Secondly, this may ~happen on account of a lack of 261 2, 57 | and consequently it may happen that a man suffers injustice ~ 262 2, 57 | that ~injustice. But it may happen that a man does an injustice 263 2, 57 | worth. ~Therefore a man may happen to suffer an injustice voluntarily.~ 264 2, 58 | matters for the best, may happen ~to be deceived more often 265 2, 59 | man's, because it might happen that the other man's ~chattel 266 2, 61 | respect of persons. It may happen, however, that a circumstance 267 2, 62 | for life." Yet this may happen without any intention ~of 268 2, 63 | yet, accidentally it may happen to be hurtful, as when ~ 269 2, 63 | Q[64], AA[2],5), it may happen ~that although the removal 270 2, 63 | by this very fact. It may happen, however, that in view of ~ 271 2, 68 | evidence. For a person may happen to give false evidence, 272 2, 69 | 1] Body Para. 2/2~It may happen however that these circumstances 273 2, 70 | intention of the utterer, it may happen to be a venial sin, if it 274 2, 74 | to which good or evil may happen, viz. rational creatures: 275 2, 74 | good and evil are said to happen to irrational creatures 276 2, 74 | 3] Body Para. 2/3~It may happen however that the word uttered 277 2, 75 | stating what is going to happen. If ~however he were to 278 2, 76 | avoid a loss. It ~may also happen that the borrower avoids 279 2, 77 | omission begins. But it may happen that then one is ~unable 280 2, 81 | even in ~human affairs, happen of necessity, whether by 281 2, 81 | providence, and that they do not happen of necessity; yet they deemed 282 2, 84 | them." Nevertheless it may happen in four ways that one is ~ 283 2, 84 | in oblation. But ~it may happen accidentally that one may 284 2, 86 | obligation be of no force may ~happen in two ways. First, through 285 2, 86 | cases is a good. But it may happen that in some particular ~ 286 2, 92 | charity." Now a man may happen to worship ~idols outwardly, 287 2, 93 | man foretells things that ~happen of necessity, or in the 288 2, 93 | upon them, a ~person may happen to draw; or by holding out 289 2, 93 | that those things which happen of ~necessity can be foreknown 290 2, 93 | to know what is going to ~happen, it is called "sortilege 291 2, 93 | Body Para. 5/7~Yet this may happen to be sinful in four ways. 292 2, 94 | to go back to ~bed if you happen to sneeze while putting 293 2, 95 | power. Either of these may happen in two ways. First, ~openly, 294 2, 96 | be true; and this cannot ~happen to that which is false. 295 2, 96 | unless he do it. Yet it may happen sometimes that he ~sins 296 2, 102 | searches the heart, it may happen that even in agreeable matters ~ 297 2, 102 | moved by its mover, ~may happen in two ways. First, on account 298 2, 104 | are well off, whatever we happen to owe them; such as good 299 2, 105 | ingratitude of this kind may happen to be a mortal sin, by reason 300 2, 106 | Kgs. 24). ~This may also happen through some kind of "consent" 301 2, 118 | than the whole. ~This may happen in two ways. For sometimes 302 2, 121 | deeds with pleasure does not happen in all virtues, except in 303 2, 121 | of what may be likely to happen; he takes measures beforehand, ~ 304 2, 121 | think it could possibly happen." But it is not ~possible 305 2, 123 | is a mortal sin, it may happen ~nevertheless that one is 306 2, 124 | present stress. Hence it may happen that a man fears death and ~ 307 2, 137 | dangers, since ~these may happen to overwhelm him in death. 308 2, 140 | in this way it does not happen often that one ~sins in 309 2, 140 | life, and in which many happen to sin. Therefore sins of ~ 310 2, 142 | Now virtuous people may happen to be ignominious, for instance 311 2, 142 | some ~disgrace. Now it may happen in two ways that an evil 312 2, 146 | referred to the words which may happen to be ~sinful, either by 313 2, 148 | concupiscence of wine. Now ~this may happen to a man in three ways. 314 2, 148 | venial sin. Thirdly, it may happen that a man is well aware 315 2, 148 | sick man, so too it may happen ~conversely, that what is 316 2, 150 | In another way this may happen beside the purpose ~of the 317 2, 152 | Further, just as a man may happen to have intercourse with 318 2, 152 | man by marriage, so may it happen that a ~man has intercourse 319 2, 152 | right reason. This ~may happen in two ways. First, in respect 320 2, 152 | not according to what may happen in a ~particular case.~Aquin.: 321 2, 152 | on the other hand, it may happen that nocturnal ~pollution 322 2, 152 | unnatural vice." This may happen in several ways. First, ~ 323 2, 156 | Nevertheless such like anger may happen to be a venial sin by reason 324 2, 156 | of its genus; yet it may happen to be a mortal sin, for 325 2, 156 | too long; and this may happen in two ways. In one way, 326 2, 159 | the lowest place. This may happen in two ways. ~First, through 327 2, 161 | sake, for this could not happen unless one presuppose ~inordinateness 328 2, 161 | fall ~suddenly: this can happen only by degrees and little 329 2, 165 | the open country, if I happen to be passing, that coursing 330 2, 169 | human ~nature, and this may happen in two ways. First, as to 331 2, 169 | contingencies may possibly not happen; else they would ~happen 332 2, 169 | happen; else they would ~happen of necessity. Therefore 333 2, 169 | determined but that ~they can happen otherwise. Again, though 334 2, 169 | themselves: and such ~things happen in the same way as foretold, 335 2, 173 | towards something, it ~may happen, owing to the violence of 336 2, 173 | from ~his soul, as will happen to the saints after the 337 2, 178 | Animal. i, 5): "We may happen to ~have our own little 338 2, 180 | 2/2~Nevertheless it may happen that one man merits more 339 2, 183 | like ~works if he should happen to be in that office, or 340 2, 183 | 5]). Accordingly it may happen that he who is appointed 341 2, 183 | slight degree, this may happen without prejudice to his 342 2, 185 | or if by chance a brother happen to die while on a visit." 343 3, 1 | For God allows evils to happen in ~order to bring a greater 344 3, 2 | perfection. This can only happen to those whose form is ~ 345 3, 2 | certain subsisting things we happen to find what does not belong 346 3, 2 | accidents. But it does not ~happen in created things that the 347 3, 6 | the body; which does not happen to angels, since they are 348 3, 13 | Now, "things are said to happen when they are made known" [* 349 3, 13 | soul, so that nothing could happen ~to the body against the 350 3, 16 | is changed, since it may ~happen by the change of something 351 3, 18 | sensitive appetite could happen ~to Him in His passible 352 3, 21 | we know for certain ~will happen; thus, we do not pray that 353 3, 21 | what he knows will not ~happen. But Christ in all things 354 3, 21 | all things knew what would happen. Therefore it was ~not fitting 355 3, 21 | things which He knew would happen, He ~knew that some would 356 3, 23 | be a Christian, so did it happen that this man without ~meriting 357 3, 25 | And if ~at any time it happen that we speak of honoring 358 3, 25 | Godhead: for this could happen ~only, if there were one 359 3, 25 | image he is. This ~cannot happen in the case of a graven 360 3, 42 | to hide it. And this may happen in two ~ways - sometimes 361 3, 44 | wonderful that this should happen when He was ~crucified than 362 3, 44 | lest some ~worse thing happen to thee." Whence, says Chrysostom, " 363 3, 45 | heard. But this did not ~happen at the transfiguration. 364 3, 46 | lower. But this did not happen in Christ's case, ~as stated 365 3, 46 | their guilt. But it did not happen ~so; because mention is 366 3, 47 | death." But this did not happen in Christ's case, since ~" 367 3, 54 | Godhead, by which power it may happen that ~even bodies not glorified 368 3, 55 | the sun. But it did not happen thus ~now." For not without 369 3, 60 | is easier for the one to happen on the part of the ~beginning 370 3, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It may happen that a man's faith is defective 371 3, 66 | And ~each of these may happen in a twofold manner; artificially 372 3, 66 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, it may happen that several are baptized 373 3, 69 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that a man approach Baptism 374 3, 75 | same; whereas this does not happen in creation: yet ~differently; 375 3, 76 | sacrament. And this seems to happen when to one ~person it is 376 3, 76 | And this indeed is seen to happen when it is beheld by ~everyone 377 3, 77 | because the same thing can happen to the solid bodies ~surrounding 378 3, 77 | thereby." But this could not happen if the ~sacramental species 379 3, 79 | sin. Now this would not happen if this sacrament ~were 380 3, 79 | recipients, a man might happen to acquire grace and glory 381 3, 80 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, it may happen without fault on his part, 382 3, 80 | movements in question which happen without ~sin, as stated 383 3, 80 | the same mystery cannot happen without a great ~sacrilege."~ 384 3, 80 | called for, lest anything happen which is unworthy of so 385 3, 80 | Now this could especially happen in receiving the blood, 386 3, 83 | if anything of the sort happen after the ~consecration, 387 3, 84 | manner." But this does not happen in Penance, because therein ~ 388 3, 84 | To hide one's sins may happen in two ways: first, in the ~ 389 3, 86 | taken away by Penance may ~happen in two ways: first, because 390 3, 86 | remain, since this ~may happen to be without the other, 391 3, 87 | at once, which would not ~happen if his venial sins remained. 392 3, 87 | things, that ~whatever might happen to him to hamper that tendency 393 3, 87 | 2~Yet it does not always happen that, by means of each one, 394 3, 88 | those acts. ~Yet it may happen that a subsequent sinful 395 3, 88 | pardoned. Because it may happen that in respect of ~the 396 Suppl, 1 | is for those things that happen against our will." But this ~ 397 Suppl, 3 | displeased. But it may well happen ~that this joy tempers the 398 Suppl, 5 | and in this ~way it may happen that the act of charity 399 Suppl, 9 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that a man after going to 400 Suppl, 11| 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that a man pretends to be 401 Suppl, 20| others." But a priest might happen ~to share in a sin committed 402 Suppl, 20| with infirmity," ~and may happen to sin. Now the power of 403 Suppl, 20| lower, such as there can happen to be ~among men; and so 404 Suppl, 22| or the like. But it might happen that he, or his equal, or 405 Suppl, 24| his ~will. Now things that happen to a man against his will, 406 Suppl, 24| from all, neither can this happen as regards excommunication.~ 407 Suppl, 35| 1~OBJ 2: Further, it may happen that a man is not baptized, 408 Suppl, 38| is impossible, ~because, happen what may, no power that 409 Suppl, 43| allows this lest ~worse happen rather than because it is 410 Suppl, 43| of the Objection] were to happen it would make them suspicious ~ 411 Suppl, 46| carnal intercourse, ~he happen to contract with another 412 Suppl, 51| OBJ 9: Further, it might happen that the woman is betrothed 413 Suppl, 54| prohibition. And the reverse might happen if ~certain degrees which 414 Suppl, 55| affinity, it would sometimes happen that a ~man would contract 415 Suppl, 56| 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that someone raises a person 416 Suppl, 56| 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that the husband is baptized, 417 Suppl, 58| natural cause, this may happen in two ways. For either 418 Suppl, 59| 1~OBJ 5: Further, it may happen that after divorcing his 419 Suppl, 65| because ~this can scarcely happen without injury either to 420 Suppl, 65| according to nature, but it ~may happen accidentally that a person 421 Suppl, 66| 1~OBJ 3: Further, it may happen that a man, before knowing 422 Suppl, 66| 1~OBJ 2: Further, it may happen that a man marries a woman 423 Suppl, 66| sin. Moreover, it might ~happen that, after knowing of this, 424 Suppl, 67| thus in all things that happen by chance less ~frequently 425 Suppl, 67| those natural things which happen always, but only in the ~ 426 Suppl, 67| the ~course of those which happen frequently. Secondly, by 427 Suppl, 70| accidental reward, ~if they happen to be outside the empyrean, 428 Suppl, 70| by God's permission they happen to be outside hell for a 429 Suppl, 71| suffrages, because things happen differently in ~accordance 430 Suppl, 71| something ~untoward would happen to his body. Consequently 431 Suppl, 72| prayers and other things that ~happen in our regard.~Aquin.: SMT 432 Suppl, 72| all these signs that will happen about the time ~of the judgment 433 Suppl, 72| bodies of the saints will happen at the same time; for the 434 Suppl, 72| all these things are to happen is a matter of faith, but 435 Suppl, 73| Christ, but that it should happen at the ~time which God's 436 Suppl, 74| night-time?~(4) Whether it will happen suddenly?~Aquin.: SMT XP 437 Suppl, 74| foreseen by natural reason to happen at a fixed ~time are reckoned 438 Suppl, 74| regards the ~things that will happen then, and to secrecy as 439 Suppl, 74| time. Hence either may happen fittingly, namely that the 440 Suppl, 74| Whether the resurrection will happen suddenly or by degrees?~ 441 Suppl, 74| the resurrection will not happen suddenly but ~by degrees. 442 Suppl, 74| Further, a thing does not happen suddenly if it require several ~ 443 Suppl, 74| will take time and will not happen ~suddenly.~Aquin.: SMT XP 444 Suppl, 74| ashes. Therefore it will not happen suddenly.~Aquin.: SMT XP 445 Suppl, 74| immediately by ~God's power will happen suddenly, namely at the 446 Suppl, 74| various things that will happen in the ~resurrection, although 447 Suppl, 74| although they will all happen together in an instant.~ 448 Suppl, 80| power of penetrating may ~happen through two causes. First, 449 Suppl, 80| its way. But this cannot happen to glorified bodies. ~Therefore 450 Suppl, 80| placed. Now ~it can never happen by a miracle that the same 451 Suppl, 80| Therefore it can nowise happen by a miracle that ~two bodies 452 Suppl, 80| Wherefore this ~will never happen, not even by a miracle. 453 Suppl, 80| to its pleasure, it may happen by the Divine power that 454 Suppl, 85| second advent which will happen at the end of the ~world, 455 Suppl, 89| World of God, before they happen." Now the ~saints will be 456 Suppl, 89| all things before they happen," cannot refer to those 457 Suppl, 89| those things ~will never happen; but it must refer to those 458 Suppl, 93| merit the aureole if he happen to die through his own ~ 459 Suppl, 93| the work. For there may happen to be two persons, one of 460 Suppl, 95| wherefore the ~things which happen here are not shown to the 461 Suppl, 95| also of the things that happen here those are ~shown to 462 Suppl, 96| one of those things that happen accidentally, since ~it 463 Appen1, 2| God's law. But this cannot happen in that ~state, since the 464 Appen1, 2| consists in an act. Now it may happen that a man, after ~committing 465 Appen1, 2| its subject. Hence it may happen that one may ~be delayed


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