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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | in whose power it is to ~signify His meaning, not by words 2 1, 1 | signification whereby words signify things belongs to the ~first 3 1, 1 | the things of the Old Law signify the things of ~the New Law, 4 1, 1 | far as the things which signify Christ, are types of what ~ 5 1, 1 | sense. But so far as they signify what ~relates to eternal 6 1, 2 | God" understands ~it to signify something than which nothing 7 1, 3 | we use concrete nouns to signify His subsistence, ~because 8 1, 3 | we use ~abstract nouns to signify His simplicity. In saying 9 1, 9 | to approach and to recede signify movement. But these ~are 10 1, 13 | forasmuch as they do not signify any perfect subsisting thing. 11 1, 13 | Further, nouns are taken to signify substance with quality; 12 1, 13 | verbs ~and participles signify substance with time; pronouns 13 1, 13 | understand about ~God, and signify in word.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 13 | names we ~attribute to God signify what belongs to material 15 1, 13 | all names used by us to signify a complete subsisting thing 16 1, 13 | whereas names ~given to signify simple forms, signify a 17 1, 13 | to signify simple forms, signify a thing not as subsisting, 18 1, 13 | to Him abstract names to signify His simplicity, and concrete ~ 19 1, 13 | and concrete ~names to signify His substance and perfection, 20 1, 13 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To signify substance with quality is 21 1, 13 | substance with quality is to signify the ~"suppositum" with a 22 1, 13 | in a concrete sense, to signify His ~subsistence and perfection, 23 1, 13 | verbs and participles which ~signify time, are applied to Him 24 1, 13 | as we can apprehend and signify simple subsistences only 25 1, 13 | procession of anything, does not signify its essence. Therefore the 26 1, 13 | all names of ~this kind signify the divine substance.~Aquin.: 27 1, 13 | manifestly do not at all signify His substance, but rather ~ 28 1, 13 | these names ~applied to God signify His relationship towards 29 1, 13 | viz. that these names ~signify the divine substance, and 30 1, 13 | Therefore the aforesaid names signify the ~divine substance, but 31 1, 13 | that these names do not signify what God is, ~forasmuch 32 1, 13 | from what it is intended to signify, as ~for instance, this 33 1, 13 | but it is not imposed to signify that ~which hurts the foot, 34 1, 13 | the foot, but rather to signify a certain kind of body; ~ 35 1, 13 | names are ~not imposed to signify the procession themselves, 36 1, 13 | proceeds from Him"; but to signify the ~principle itself of 37 1, 13 | the names imposed by us signify ~Him in that manner only.~ 38 1, 13 | the perfections which they signify, such as goodness, life 39 1, 13 | There are some names which signify these perfections ~flowing 40 1, 13 | if it be said these names signify one and the same thing ~ 41 1, 13 | names applied to God do not signify different ideas; and thus ~ 42 1, 13 | A[2]), that these names signify the divine substance, ~although 43 1, 13 | the names applied to God ~signify one thing, still because 44 1, 13 | thing, still because they signify that under many and ~different 45 1, 13 | since synonymous terms ~signify one thing under one aspect; 46 1, 13 | aspect; for words which signify different ~aspects of one 47 1, 13 | aspects of one things, do not signify primarily and absolutely 48 1, 13 | wise" applied to man, we ~signify some perfection distinct 49 1, 13 | it God, we do not mean to signify anything distinct from His ~ 50 1, 13 | God is good," or "wise," signify not only that He is the 51 1, 13 | temporally. For all such names signify the divine ~substance, as 52 1, 13 | Further, names of this kind signify relation. Therefore that ~ 53 1, 13 | relative names are imposed to signify the relative ~habitudes 54 1, 13 | But others are imposed to signify the things from which ensue 55 1, 13 | divine ~names. For some signify the habitude itself to the 56 1, 13 | Lord," ~and these do not signify the divine substance directly, 57 1, 13 | divine substance. Others signify the ~divine essence directly, 58 1, 13 | and suchlike; and these signify the action of God, ~which 59 1, 13 | this name "God" does not signify the ~divine nature.~Aquin.: 60 1, 13 | this name is ~not meant to signify the particular action, but 61 1, 13 | name "God" is imposed to ~signify the divine nature.~Aquin.: 62 1, 13 | this name was imposed to signify something existing above 63 1, 13 | those who name God intend to signify all this. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 13 | Hence ~every name imposed to signify any singular thing is incommunicable 65 1, 13 | apply to names we impose to signify the nature of compound things ~ 66 1, 13 | to names given to us to signify simple subsisting natures.~ 67 1, 13 | this name "God" is given to signify the divine nature as ~stated 68 1, 13 | if any name were given to signify God not as to His nature 69 1, 13 | creatures; but they do not signify ~the divine nature, but 70 1, 13 | divine nature, but rather signify the perfections themselves ~ 71 1, 13 | experience continually, to signify the divine nature.~Aquin.: 72 1, 13 | 2/2~Further, No one can signify what he does not know. But 73 1, 13 | idol is God, he does not ~signify the true Deity. On the other 74 1, 13 | name god we understand ~and signify something which men think 75 1, 13 | name "man" we meant to ~signify different things; for instance, 76 1, 13 | instance, if one meant to signify by this ~name "man" what 77 1, 13 | is, and another meant to signify by the same ~name a stone, 78 1, 13 | them uses this name GOD to signify the true God. For ~when 79 1, 13 | signification. For it does not signify form, but ~simply existence 80 1, 13 | proper, ~as it is imposed to signify the divine nature; and still 81 1, 13 | Tetragrammaton, imposed to signify the substance of God itself, ~ 82 1, 13 | predicate and the subject signify in some way the same thing 83 1, 15 | 2: By wisdom and art we signify that by which God understands; ~ 84 1, 18 | names are often ~imposed to signify essences. Hence such names 85 1, 18 | self-movement, yet not precisely to signify ~this, but rather a substance 86 1, 27 | relation to God, names which ~signify procession. This procession 87 1, 27 | living things in order to signify the procession of ~the divine 88 1, 27 | conception" in order to ~signify that in the word of our 89 1, 27 | the name being imposed to signify ~what its nature really 90 1, 28 | strict and ~proper meaning, signify something inherent in a 91 1, 28 | for, in ~this way, they signify a respect which affects 92 1, 28 | other name applied to God signify something ~imperfect, that 93 1, 29 | to God?~(4) What does it signify in Him?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 94 1, 29 | defining realities if used to signify things ~which are unnamed. 95 1, 29 | definition of person to signify the mode of subsistence 96 1, 29 | nature" was first used to signify the generation of living 97 1, 29 | this term is extended to signify the intrinsic ~principle 98 1, 29 | What these three names signify in common to ~the whole 99 1, 29 | name "person" was given to signify those who ~held high dignity. 100 1, 29 | sense, for it is imposed to signify the ~subsistence. Jerome 101 1, 29 | applied to God, does ~not signify relation, but substance. 102 1, 29 | men and angels does not signify relation, but ~something 103 1, 29 | subsisting. And this is to signify ~relation by way of substance, 104 1, 30 | What the numeral terms signify in God?~(4) The community 105 1, 30 | the term "individual." To signify the substance thus ~understood, 106 1, 30 | the numeral terms in God signify the things of which they 107 1, 30 | the persons are many, we signify those persons, and their ~ 108 1, 30 | term whiteness does not ~signify the mere exclusion of blackness.~ 109 1, 30 | this term "person" does not signify the essence directly. ~Therefore 110 1, 30 | or animal, are given to ~signify the common natures themselves, 111 1, 30 | person" is not given to signify the ~individual on the part 112 1, 31 | name "Trinity" does not signify ~the substance; otherwise 113 1, 31 | the ~persons: nor does it signify relation; for it does not 114 1, 31 | word "Trinity" seems to ~signify the one essence of the three 115 1, 31 | the number ~implied, we signify the multiplication of that 116 1, 31 | because the word "Father" can signify the person of the Father; 117 1, 31 | is that person: or it can signify that relation ~only; and 118 1, 31 | word itself would seem to signify (for the person of the ~ 119 1, 32 | we use abstract terms to signify simple forms; and to ~signify 120 1, 32 | signify simple forms; and to ~signify subsistent things we use 121 1, 32 | concrete terms. Hence also we signify ~divine things, as above 122 1, 33 | priority, still it does not signify priority, but ~origin. For 123 1, 33 | father" among us does not signify a person, but the relation 124 1, 33 | something. Therefore it does not signify a property of the Father.~ 125 1, 33 | God, "unbegotten" does not signify relation, for it ~is not 126 1, 33 | For source and ~authority signify in God nothing but the principle 127 1, 34 | of understanding does not signify an act ~going out from the 128 1, 34 | in God. But word does not signify a ~subsisting thing, as 129 1, 34 | Idea is imposed chiefly to signify relation to ~creatures; 130 1, 34 | Word is imposed chiefly to ~signify the speaker, and consequently, 131 1, 35 | Imitation in God does not signify posteriority, but only ~ 132 1, 36 | usual mode of speaking to signify the aforesaid relations, 133 1, 36 | strict sense ~more fittingly signify the notional acts than the 134 1, 36 | than the relations; so to ~signify the divine Person, Who proceeds 135 1, 36 | things corporeal seems to signify impulse and motion; for 136 1, 36 | adding the word "holy" we signify the purity ~of divine goodness. 137 1, 36 | Church, is accommodated to ~signify one of the three persons, 138 1, 36 | as it is ~accommodated to signify a Person distinct from the 139 1, 36 | material procession is inept to signify the immaterial procession 140 1, 36 | singular number does not signify ~"person," but "property," 141 1, 37 | but love is not ~used to signify a subsisting person, but 142 1, 37 | and to will, and to love signify ~actions passing on to their 143 1, 38 | this word Gift does not signify a property of the Holy Ghost. 144 1, 39 | that, Some essential names signify the essence after the manner ~ 145 1, 39 | substantives; while others signify it after the manner of adjectives. ~ 146 1, 39 | adjectives. ~Those which signify it as substantives are predicated 147 1, 39 | the plural. Those which signify ~the essence as adjectives 148 1, 39 | this is that substantives signify something by way ~of substance, 149 1, 39 | substance, while adjectives signify something by way of accident, ~ 150 1, 39 | A[4]). So, names which signify ~the divine essence in a 151 1, 39 | other hand, the names which signify essence in an ~adjectival 152 1, 39 | expressed in the abstract ~signify by mode of form. But one 153 1, 40 | relations, which do not indeed signify existence "in" something, 154 1, 40 | Notional participles and verbs signify the notional acts: ~and 155 1, 41 | certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify the order of origin in the 156 1, 41 | therefore it was ~necessary to signify the habitudes of the persons 157 1, 41 | in God, ~power does not signify essence but relation.~Aquin.: 158 1, 41 | Father. Therefore it does not signify the ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT 159 1, 41 | relation only. Nor does it signify the essence as identified 160 1, 41 | the relation, so as to signify both equally. For although 161 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: Power does not signify the relation itself of a 162 1, 42 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~But verbs signify equality with movement. 163 1, 42 | order of nature does not signify the ~essence, nor any of 164 1, 43 | persons. But mission does not signify any person; ~nor even a 165 1, 43 | fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only what was happening. 166 1, 43 | things was that they might ~signify, and then pass away." Thus 167 1, 43 | pre-existing things are employed to signify something. ~But the Holy 168 1, 43 | ministry of the ~angels, not to signify the person of an angel, 169 1, 43 | person of an angel, but to signify the Person ~of the Holy 170 1, 45 | preposition "from" [ex] does not signify the material cause, but 171 1, 45 | creation being taken to signify ~a change existing between 172 1, 65 | its own proper ~cause. To signify this, Moses prefaces each 173 1, 67 | the production of light to signify the formation of spiritual 174 1, 72 | according to their kinds, to signify their ~remoteness from the 175 1, 74 | others, however, the days signify a ~succession both in time, 176 1, 74 | water as first ~created, to signify matter totally without form; 177 1, 74 | water, as first created, to signify the ~elements of the universe 178 1, 74 | that the words, "God said," signify a Divine command. ~Such 179 1, 74 | saw that it was ~good," signify that the things that He 180 1, 74 | Another reason ~may be to signify that a day is completed 181 1, 75 | the definition does not signify the form ~only, but the 182 1, 75 | soul is produced by God. To signify this it is written as to 183 1, 37 | but love is not ~used to signify a subsisting person, but 184 1, 37 | and to will, and to love signify ~actions passing on to their 185 1, 38 | this word Gift does not signify a property of the Holy Ghost. 186 1, 39 | that, Some essential names signify the essence after the manner ~ 187 1, 39 | substantives; while others signify it after the manner of adjectives. ~ 188 1, 39 | adjectives. ~Those which signify it as substantives are predicated 189 1, 39 | the plural. Those which signify ~the essence as adjectives 190 1, 39 | this is that substantives signify something by way ~of substance, 191 1, 39 | substance, while adjectives signify something by way of accident, ~ 192 1, 39 | A[4]). So, names which signify ~the divine essence in a 193 1, 39 | other hand, the names which signify essence in an ~adjectival 194 1, 39 | expressed in the abstract ~signify by mode of form. But one 195 1, 40 | relations, which do not indeed signify existence "in" something, 196 1, 40 | Notional participles and verbs signify the notional acts: ~and 197 1, 41 | certain acts. Wherefore, to ~signify the order of origin in the 198 1, 41 | therefore it was ~necessary to signify the habitudes of the persons 199 1, 41 | in God, ~power does not signify essence but relation.~Aquin.: 200 1, 41 | Father. Therefore it does not signify the ~essence.~Aquin.: SMT 201 1, 41 | relation only. Nor does it signify the essence as identified 202 1, 41 | the relation, so as to signify both equally. For although 203 1, 41 | Reply OBJ 1: Power does not signify the relation itself of a 204 1, 42 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~But verbs signify equality with movement. 205 1, 42 | order of nature does not signify the ~essence, nor any of 206 1, 43 | persons. But mission does not signify any person; ~nor even a 207 1, 43 | fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only what was happening. 208 1, 43 | things was that they might ~signify, and then pass away." Thus 209 1, 43 | pre-existing things are employed to signify something. ~But the Holy 210 1, 43 | ministry of the ~angels, not to signify the person of an angel, 211 1, 43 | person of an angel, but to signify the Person ~of the Holy 212 1, 46 | preposition "from" [ex] does not signify the material cause, but 213 1, 46 | creation being taken to signify ~a change existing between 214 1, 66 | its own proper ~cause. To signify this, Moses prefaces each 215 1, 68 | the production of light to signify the formation of spiritual 216 1, 71 | according to their kinds, to signify their ~remoteness from the 217 1, 73 | others, however, the days signify a ~succession both in time, 218 1, 73 | water as first ~created, to signify matter totally without form; 219 1, 73 | water, as first created, to signify the ~elements of the universe 220 1, 73 | that the words, "God said," signify a Divine command. ~Such 221 1, 73 | saw that it was ~good," signify that the things that He 222 1, 73 | Another reason ~may be to signify that a day is completed 223 1, 74 | the definition does not signify the form ~only, but the 224 1, 74 | soul is produced by God. To signify this it is written as to 225 1, 84 | in the soul." But words signify the things ~understood, 226 1, 84 | Words do not therefore signify the ~intelligible species 227 1, 84 | 1~On the contrary, Words signify the conceptions of the intellect, 228 1, 91 | a rib of man. ~First, to signify the social union of man 229 1, 92 | But to exist does not signify an act. Therefore ~the image 230 1, 92 | love. But mind does not ~signify an act, but rather the power 231 1, 101 | It may also be said to signify ~spiritually the free-will 232 1, 106 | distance; but is taken to signify the magnitude of what is ~ 233 1, 107 | spiritual perfections they signify. ~Gregory, on the other 234 1, 110 | knows what these ~images signify; and then there is not deception. 235 1, 111 | external ministry whose names signify some kind ~of administration. 236 1, 111 | name "dominations" does not signify any such ~administration, 237 1, 111 | way of multiplication, to signify ~"a thousand times a thousand." 238 1, 111 | ministers. Nor is this ~said to signify that this is the precise 239 1, 114 | 4), was first applied to signify the generation of living 240 1, 116 | certain signs, so as to signify something by words or ~gestures. 241 2, 4 | Evang.). Thus food and drink signify the ~delight of Happiness; 242 2, 5 | Tract. lxvii in Joan.) ~signify "the diverse dignities of 243 2, 5 | object. But the many mansions signify the manifold Happiness in 244 2, 7 | are transferred so as ~to signify things less obvious: and 245 2, 7 | like manner ~words that signify local movement are employed 246 2, 12 | the sake of ~health," I signify no more than one movement 247 2, 13 | electio" [choice] seems to signify the ~taking of something 248 2, 20 | the good tree be taken to signify the good will, it must ~ 249 2, 22 | intellectual appetite, they signify ~simple acts of the will 250 2, 46 | Latin "furor," should not ~signify both quickness to anger, 251 2, 89 | Therefore these three signify venial sins.~Aquin.: SMT 252 2, 99 | precepts seem to be those which signify ~something figuratively. 253 2, 99 | introduced among ~the Latins, to signify the Divine worship, being 254 2, 101 | sacraments. In order to ~signify this there were certain 255 2, 102 | prevent idolatry; in order to signify the right ordering ~of man' 256 2, 102 | cross; in the lamb, to ~signify His innocence; in the ram, 257 2, 102 | headship; and in the ~goat, to signify the likeness of 'sinful 258 2, 102 | the use of the ~priests to signify that remission of sins is 259 2, 102 | offered for their own sins, to signify ~that nothing sinful should 260 2, 102 | the ~offerers; in order to signify that man's salvation is 261 2, 102 | the offerer; and again, to signify the odor of a good name: 262 2, 102 | assigned to the fact that they signify a ~twofold state. For the 263 2, 102 | heard of hammer or saw, to signify that all movements ~of disturbance 264 2, 102 | Antiquit. iii, ~7,8), to signify the seven planets, wherewith 265 2, 102 | table was place ~there to signify that the priests who served 266 2, 102 | candlestick and table may signify the Church's ~teaching, 267 2, 102 | tabernacle was constructed signify the faithful of Christ, 268 2, 102 | the Land of promise; to signify ~that God had brought them 269 2, 102 | roasted ~at the fire to signify Christ's Passion or charity. 270 2, 102 | with ~unleavened bread to signify the blameless life of the 271 2, 102 | scarlet twice dyed," to ~signify that just as cedar-wood 272 2, 102 | was added to the fire, to signify the earth, on account of ~ 273 2, 102 | earthiness; "hyssop," to signify the air, on account of its 274 2, 102 | scarlet twice dyed," to signify water, for the same reason 275 2, 102 | denotes the ~synagogue, to signify either the condemnation 276 2, 102 | having a pungent odor; to signify the stench, ~uncleanness 277 2, 102 | was sprinkled with it; to signify ~that the tabernacle was 278 2, 102 | restraining His power: or it may signify the base concupiscence which ~ 279 2, 102 | priests had to be immune, signify the various vices and ~sins 280 2, 102 | signification. Because fins signify the heavenly or contemplative 281 2, 102 | contemplative life; ~while scales signify a life of trials, each of 282 2, 102 | Birds of the raven kind signify those who are blackened 283 2, 102 | inserted in their cloaks signify the godly intention which 284 2, 103 | whereas our sacraments signify Him as already born and 285 2, 109 | in three ways. First, to signify a ~habit of the mind whereby 286 2, 110 | his soul; but we merely signify the Divine acceptance.~Aquin.: 287 2, 112 | sacraments of the Old Law merely signify it. Now the ~sacraments 288 2, 3 | utterance is intended to ~signify the inward thought. Wherefore, 289 2, 16 | three daughters of ~Job signify these three virtues, faith, 290 2, 31 | Now the mount and the ark signify our prelates. ~Therefore 291 2, 34 | of ~the word "nemesis" to signify "revenge" does not represent 292 2, 42 | words "with thy whole heart" signify the mode of the love of 293 2, 47 | circumspection seems to signify looking at one's surroundings. 294 2, 50 | whereby it is possible to signify that the ~counselled mind 295 2, 51 | negation, so as merely to signify the absence of prudence, 296 2, 55 | was ~first employed to signify a remedy used for curing 297 2, 55 | and ~then it was drawn to signify the art by which this is 298 2, 58 | just, has been extended to signify a right ~decision in any 299 2, 70 | as such deeds ~cause or signify that which is against that 300 2, 74 | a thing is more than to signify it. But the ~curser causes 301 2, 77 | delictum" would seem to signify the same as ~"derelictum" [* 302 2, 81 | passage says that "it was to ~signify this that under the old 303 2, 81 | Thy will be done rightly signify, 'May Thy commandments be ~ 304 2, 82 | thus when we genuflect we signify our ~weakness in comparison 305 2, 82 | version of Gn. 2:8, and so we ~signify our desire to return to 306 2, 83 | Doctr. Christ. ii, 3), "signify, not by ~nature but by convention," 307 2, 83 | sensible signs in order to signify anything, because he ~derives 308 2, 83 | offered to God in order to signify ~something. But not everyone 309 2, 84 | idols, and because ~they signify robbery, the proceeds of 310 2, 87 | OBJ 1: Judgment does not signify here the execution of justice, ~ 311 2, 91 | Now it is a lie if one signify outwardly that which ~is 312 2, 92 | idolatry" was used to signify any worship of a creature, 313 2, 92 | hearts the things they ~signify, so too in our sacrifices 314 2, 93 | have ~stated that the stars signify rather than cause the things 315 2, 98 | as "express," in order to signify that it ~proceeds from choice, 316 2, 108 | if a person intended to signify something false by means ~ 317 2, 108 | and undue for anyone to signify by ~words something that 318 2, 108 | of prophecy, in order to signify a mystery, namely, that 319 2, 108 | tendered understand it to signify."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[110] 320 2, 109 | is contrary to truth to signify by words something ~different 321 2, 109 | signs of deeds or things to signify the contrary of what ~is 322 2, 109 | go farther; in order to signify something ~figuratively 323 2, 109 | dissembles not ~if he omits to signify what he is. Hence one may 324 2, 116 | OBJ 2: Covetousness may signify immoderation about external 325 2, 116 | time. Secondly, it may signify immoderation in the internal 326 2, 145 | with seven ~loaves, which signify the New Testament year as 327 2, 148 | two ways. First, it may ~signify the defect itself of a man 328 2, 152 | one is ~sometimes used to signify the other.~Aquin.: SMT SS 329 2, 156 | council, and hell-fire, signify in a ~pointed manner different 330 2, 171 | to think something, or signify something by word or deed, 331 2, 173 | rapture, it would merely signify that ~love is the cause 332 2, 173 | way the third heaven may signify a supra-mundane vision. 333 2, 174 | of ~certain words, which signify an intelligible truth, and 334 2, 178 | xiv, 7), cogitation may ~signify any actual operation of 335 2, 185 | But that a person wish to signify this to others arises from 336 3, 2 | was used first of all to signify the begetting ~of living 337 3, 2 | word "nature" ~was taken to signify the principle of this begetting; 338 3, 2 | was further employed to signify any intrinsic principle 339 3, 2 | to creatures we do not signify diversity of suppositum, 340 3, 6 | the Incarnation, we do not signify order of time, because the 341 3, 7 | Reply OBJ 1: Faith and hope signify effects of grace with certain ~ 342 3, 15 | Because Samaria is taken to signify idolatry; ~since this people, 343 3, 16 | the Man ~Christ Jesus," we signify the eternal suppositum, 344 3, 16 | taken formally so as to ~signify the nature, but is taken 345 3, 16 | taken materially so as to signify the ~suppositum, as was 346 3, 16 | since by "this Man" we signify the ~eternal suppositum 347 3, 16 | the genus of substance, signify something that ~subsists 348 3, 17 | word "humanity," does not signify "what is," ~but "whereby 349 3, 18 | will in a certain way," we signify a ~determinate mode of willing. 350 3, 23 | and adoption is ~used to signify the union of human nature 351 3, 27 | own tabernacle," seems to ~signify the sanctification of the 352 3, 27 | again take the sword to signify doubt. But this is to be ~ 353 3, 27 | womb "might," as he says, "signify the great ~truth," viz. 354 3, 28 | that He might thereby signify that His members would be 355 3, 31 | because "Matthew wished to signify ~that Christ had condescended 356 3, 31 | this was done in order to signify "that under Jechonias there 357 3, 37 | given to men by God always signify some gratuitous gift ~bestowed 358 3, 39 | back." Or else this may signify ~that against the downward 359 3, 39 | reason. And in order to signify this, the heavens were opened 360 3, 39 | rational ~will, so as to signify that the entrance to heaven 361 3, 39 | came merely "in order to signify ~something and pass away," 362 3, 44 | as Chrysostom says, to signify that it was He who made 363 3, 44 | the "veil was rent," to signify the ~unfolding of the mysteries 364 3, 44 | graves were opened," to ~signify that His death gave life 365 3, 44 | the ~rocks were rent," to signify that man's stony heart would 366 3, 45 | righteousness. For His garments signify the righteous, because He 367 3, 45 | reason - namely, in order to signify that He had been foretold 368 3, 47 | the vineyard; ~and these signify the rulers of the people, 369 3, 49 | ever open, ~but in order to signify that heaven is opened to 370 3, 53 | to darkness, in order to signify that ~by His death He would 371 3, 60 | Further, sacrament seems to signify something hidden, according ~ 372 3, 60 | OBJ 1: Sensible creatures signify something holy, viz. Divine ~ 373 3, 60 | Consequently things that signify disposition to holiness ~ 374 3, 60 | called sacraments which signify the perfection ~of holiness 375 3, 60 | that a sacrament does not signify ~several things.~Aquin.: 376 3, 60 | seems that the sacraments signify one thing only, viz. eternal 377 3, 60 | that which is ordained to signify our sanctification. In which 378 3, 60 | sanctifies, it must ~needs signify the effect, which is implied 379 3, 60 | for a sacrament that it signify that ~perfection which consists 380 3, 60 | necessary that it should ~signify only that perfection which 381 3, 60 | but not as employed to signify spiritual things, which 382 3, 60 | s sins; and in ~order to signify more expressly the grace 383 3, 60 | certain words. For water may signify both a ~cleansing by reason 384 3, 60 | water in baptism in order to signify a spiritual cleansing.~Aquin.: 385 3, 60 | Consequently ~they did not signify Christ so clearly as the 386 3, 60 | language that various words ~signify the same thing, yet one 387 3, 60 | principally and more commonly to signify that ~particular thing: 388 3, 61 | vary according as they ~signify the future, the past, or 389 3, 61 | sacraments of the New Law, that signify Christ in relation to the 390 3, 62 | of ~the New Law not only signify, but also cause grace.~Aquin.: 391 3, 62 | they effect what they signify." From this it is clear 392 3, 63 | word "character" seems to signify some kind of distinctive ~ 393 3, 66 | particular language, to signify the Persons. Nor is ~the 394 3, 66 | of the body, whereby to signify the inward washing away 395 3, 67 | Holy Ghost," each would signify his ~intention as though 396 3, 68 | other parts of the verb, to signify the present, the past, and 397 3, 69 | New Law "effect what they ~signify," as stated above (Q[62], 398 3, 69 | New Law "effect what they signify." But the baptismal cleansing ~ 399 3, 71 | and ears with spittle, ~signify the receiving of doctrine, 400 3, 71 | given a white garment to signify the newness of life. ~(tm) 401 3, 77 | words of consecration do not signify this, and they effect only 402 3, 77 | they effect only what they ~signify.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 403 3, 78 | consecration of the bread ought to signify the actual ~conversion of 404 3, 79 | similitude ~by which they signify, therefore by way of assimilation 405 3, 83 | eight days, in order to signify the happy ~resurrection 406 3, 83 | nor does the expression signify, especially ~since those 407 3, 83 | sacrament words are used to signify things pertaining ~to Christ' 408 3, 83 | the sign ~of the cross to signify Christ's Passion which was 409 3, 83 | to the Pharisees: and to signify this the ~threefold sign 410 3, 83 | ratified." Or again, to signify the price for which He was ~ 411 3, 83 | and the Blood," etc., to signify the person ~of Judas the 412 3, 84 | that we ~understand it to signify the holiness which it confers." 413 3, 84 | Law accomplish what they signify, as ~stated above (Q[62], 414 3, 84 | the sacramental form to ~signify the sacramental effect in 415 3, 84 | words the priest does not signify the ~giving of absolution, 416 3, 84 | of the New Law not only signify, but effect what they ~signify. 417 3, 84 | signify, but effect what they ~signify. Wherefore, just as the 418 3, 84 | imposition of hands ~is made, to signify some abundant effect of 419 3, 84 | healed bodily diseases, ~signify the healing of spiritual 420 Suppl, 1 | the word is employed to signify by way of metaphor. For 421 Suppl, 9 | in Baptism, in order to signify the inward washing, we employ 422 Suppl, 18| sacraments of the New Law signify the bestowal of ~grace, 423 Suppl, 28| solemn penance is taken to signify a public one: so ~that authorities 424 Suppl, 29| no need for the matter to signify such a ~thing. Hence it 425 Suppl, 29| since they effect what they signify, there ~must needs be things 426 Suppl, 32| head by the priest, to ~signify purity of mind. Therefore 427 Suppl, 35| New Law cause what they signify. ~Now Order by its sevenfold 428 Suppl, 36| priest] is employed to signify one who ~gives sacred things 429 Suppl, 39| a sick man, ~in order to signify the need of healing. Accordingly, 430 Suppl, 39| possible in the female sex to signify eminence of degree, for 431 Suppl, 39| 4: The sacramental signs signify by reason of their natural ~ 432 Suppl, 40| into use in Dalmatia), to ~signify that he is the first to 433 Suppl, 40| say that the "stockings" signify his upright walk; the ~" 434 Suppl, 45| hence they effect what they signify. Since therefore when a 435 Suppl, 45| future tense, he does not signify ~that he is marrying, but 436 Suppl, 46| words of the future tense signify anything else than ~consent 437 Suppl, 53| who are in sacred orders signify Christ by more ~sublime 438 Suppl, 65| fashion, for though it did not signify the ~union of Christ with 439 Suppl, 65| send Agar away, in order to signify the mystery which the Apostle ~ 440 Suppl, 66| since such a union does not signify the union of Christ with ~ 441 Suppl, 67| Augustine manner [mos] does not signify ~custom but good manners; 442 Suppl, 71| sacraments cause what they signify. Now the third ~part of 443 Suppl, 71| sacraments cause what thy signify, they do not ~produce this 444 Suppl, 71| of everything that they signify: else, ~since they signify 445 Suppl, 71| signify: else, ~since they signify Christ, they would produce 446 Suppl, 74| mentioned, which apparently ~signify years, according to Ezech. 447 Suppl, 77| that "flesh and ~blood here signify the corruption which is 448 Suppl, 79| differences ~in order to signify essential differences from 449 Suppl, 81| But mobility can only signify agility in movement. Therefore 450 Suppl, 81| needed them, but in order to ~signify the reverence which both 451 Suppl, 85| length of time, but to signify the last state of the world, 452 Suppl, 87| days sat." Now the thrones signify judicial ~power, and God 453 Suppl, 88| in my opinion, does not signify that any ~stress or passion 454 Suppl, 92| whenever a term is employed to signify a ~certain thing principally, 455 Suppl, 92| comprehension, does not signify a habit distinct from those 456 Suppl, 93| would seem that it does ~not signify something distinct from 457 Suppl, 94| red-hot iron; nor ~does it signify, as to this particular point, 458 Suppl, 94| the damned. Nor does it signify that Augustine (De Civ. 459 Suppl, 94| wickedness." Nor ~does globe here signify the universe, as though 460 Suppl, 96| which St. Thomas takes to ~signify being satiated with joy; 461 Appen1, 1| fire" is often wont to signify any ~kind of punishment.~


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