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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | canonical have I learned to ~hold in such honor as to believe 2 1, 2 | not admitted ~by those who hold that God does not exist.~ 3 1, 13 | Para. 4/4~Therefore we must hold a different doctrine - viz. 4 1, 13 | false. But this does not hold in the present ~case; because 5 1, 14 | 1]). We must ~therefore hold that God knows things other 6 1, 14 | effects. But this will ~not hold; forasmuch as no one can 7 1, 14 | more attentively, we must hold that God knows infinite ~ 8 1, 14 | this ~distinction does not hold, for instance, if I said, " 9 1, 14 | objection, however, would hold if these words "that which 10 1, 15 | matter. Since, however, we hold matter to be created by 11 1, 17 | a lie, ~"They have laid hold on lying" (Jer. 8:5), that 12 1, 18 | soul: but this does not hold good with ~incorruptible 13 1, 19 | 4~I answer that, We must hold that the will of God is 14 1, 20 | Nowhere doth He ~take hold of the angels, but of the 15 1, 20 | seed of Abraham He taketh hold" (Heb. ~2:16). Therefore 16 1, 22 | towards evil. This does not ~hold with God, Who sees everything 17 1, 23 | of being; some of which hold a high ~and some a low place 18 1, 23 | Because on the words ~"Hold fast that which thou hast, 19 1, 27 | stop at the first, and ~hold that there exists only one 20 1, 36 | subjects. Yet this does not hold good as to the name "Creator"; ~ 21 1, 39 | different. ~This objection would hold good as regards things which 22 1, 46 | iv, text 60). Whereas we ~hold that there was no place 23 1, 46 | and ~Empedocles. But we hold that from the moment that 24 1, 46 | that, By faith alone do we hold, and by no demonstration 25 1, 46 | although made by God. For ~they hold that the world has a beginning, 26 1, 46 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Those who hold the eternity of the world 27 1, 46 | the eternity of the world hold that some ~region was changed 28 1, 46 | versa," and likewise they hold that the ~arts, by reason 29 1, 46 | such particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~newness 30 1, 46 | For ~all men generating hold one grade in efficient causes - 31 1, 46 | 1~Reply OBJ 8: Those who hold the eternity of the world 32 1, 50 | from the opinion of such as hold that ~matter is the cause 33 1, 52 | because philosophers do ~not hold that one separate substance 34 1, 53 | s demonstration does not hold good. But according ~as 35 1, 53 | Para. 2/3~But this does not hold good in the present case; 36 1, 54 | phantasy, ~whereby we sometimes hold fast to images of things 37 1, 58 | 55], A[1]), the angels ~hold that grade among spiritual 38 1, 58 | which the heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: 39 1, 61 | Greek ~Fathers; all of whom hold the creation of the angels 40 1, 61 | the ~comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 41 1, 61 | creation, ~as many holy Doctors hold. They were made in a corporeal 42 1, 63 | The same reason does ~not hold good of sin; as has been 43 1, 63 | therefore ~the argument does not hold good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 44 1, 63 | hence the argument does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 45 1, 63 | According to those who hold that the chief devil belonged ~ 46 1, 64 | Consequently the argument ~does not hold good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] 47 1, 66 | Chrysostom (Hom. ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness of ~matter 48 1, 66 | it. For this would be to hold the opinion of the ancient ~ 49 1, 66 | seems more reasonable to ~hold to what we stated above; 50 1, 66 | other holy writers, who hold that ~the formlessness of 51 1, 66 | actually we ~cannot lay hold of any part of time save 52 1, 67 | the opinion of those who hold that the ~formlessness of 53 1, 67 | accordance with nature. We hold, then, that the movement 54 1, 68 | 18). The first is, to ~hold the truth of Scripture without 55 1, 68 | according to those who hold that formlessness of matter 56 1, 68 | therefore, not bound to hold ~that a different heaven 57 1, 68 | Body Para. 2/3~We must hold, then, these waters to be 58 1, 69 | Nevertheless, they do not hold that the formlessness of ~ 59 1, 69 | ii, 11). Others, again, ~hold that the work of the third 60 1, 70 | difficulty here; for he ~does not hold a succession of time in 61 1, 70 | the opinion of those who hold the heavenly bodies ~to 62 1, 70 | For those, however, who hold the heavenly bodies to be 63 1, 70 | heavenly bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate primarily 64 1, 74 | Secondly, some writers hold that plants and animals 65 1, 74 | according to those who ~hold that the elements were created 66 1, 76 | impossible, whatever one may hold as to the ~manner of the 67 1, 76 | reason, ~against those who hold that there are several souls 68 1, 39 | different. ~This objection would hold good as regards things which 69 1, 47 | iv, text 60). Whereas we ~hold that there was no place 70 1, 47 | and ~Empedocles. But we hold that from the moment that 71 1, 47 | that, By faith alone do we hold, and by no demonstration 72 1, 47 | although made by God. For ~they hold that the world has a beginning, 73 1, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Those who hold the eternity of the world 74 1, 47 | the eternity of the world hold that some ~region was changed 75 1, 47 | versa," and likewise they hold that the ~arts, by reason 76 1, 47 | such particular changes to hold the opinion of the ~newness 77 1, 47 | For ~all men generating hold one grade in efficient causes - 78 1, 47 | 1~Reply OBJ 8: Those who hold the eternity of the world 79 1, 51 | from the opinion of such as hold that ~matter is the cause 80 1, 53 | because philosophers do ~not hold that one separate substance 81 1, 54 | s demonstration does not hold good. But according ~as 82 1, 54 | Para. 2/3~But this does not hold good in the present case; 83 1, 55 | phantasy, ~whereby we sometimes hold fast to images of things 84 1, 59 | 55], A[1]), the angels ~hold that grade among spiritual 85 1, 59 | which the heavenly bodies hold ~among corporeal substances: 86 1, 62 | Greek ~Fathers; all of whom hold the creation of the angels 87 1, 62 | the ~comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 88 1, 62 | creation, ~as many holy Doctors hold. They were made in a corporeal 89 1, 64 | The same reason does ~not hold good of sin; as has been 90 1, 64 | therefore ~the argument does not hold good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 91 1, 64 | hence the argument does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 92 1, 64 | According to those who hold that the chief devil belonged ~ 93 1, 65 | Consequently the argument ~does not hold good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] 94 1, 67 | Chrysostom (Hom. ii In Gen.), hold that formlessness of ~matter 95 1, 67 | it. For this would be to hold the opinion of the ancient ~ 96 1, 67 | seems more reasonable to ~hold to what we stated above; 97 1, 67 | other holy writers, who hold that ~the formlessness of 98 1, 67 | actually we ~cannot lay hold of any part of time save 99 1, 68 | the opinion of those who hold that the ~formlessness of 100 1, 68 | accordance with nature. We hold, then, that the movement 101 1, 69 | 18). The first is, to ~hold the truth of Scripture without 102 1, 69 | according to those who hold that formlessness of matter 103 1, 69 | therefore, not bound to hold ~that a different heaven 104 1, 69 | Body Para. 2/3~We must hold, then, these waters to be 105 1, 70 | Nevertheless, they do not hold that the formlessness of ~ 106 1, 70 | ii, 11). Others, again, ~hold that the work of the third 107 1, 71 | difficulty here; for he ~does not hold a succession of time in 108 1, 71 | the opinion of those who hold the heavenly bodies ~to 109 1, 71 | For those, however, who hold the heavenly bodies to be 110 1, 71 | heavenly bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate primarily 111 1, 73 | Secondly, some writers hold that plants and animals 112 1, 73 | according to those who ~hold that the elements were created 113 1, 75 | impossible, whatever one may hold as to the ~manner of the 114 1, 75 | reason, ~against those who hold that there are several souls 115 1, 78 | this is what they mean who hold ~that there is one active 116 1, 83 | soul "collects ~and lays hold of the images of bodies 117 1, 83 | But this opinion will not hold. First, because in the material 118 1, 83 | OBJ 2: Aristotle did not hold that the soul is actually 119 1, 83 | for this reason did Plato hold that ~naturally man's intellect 120 1, 83 | Consequently he does not hold ~that the soul has innate 121 1, 83 | active power. But if we hold, according to the ~opinion 122 1, 86 | OBJ 1: This argument would hold good if the will and the 123 1, 88 | natural order human souls hold the lowest place among intellectual ~ 124 1, 89 | could be upheld by those who hold that the soul has of itself 125 1, 90 | would be obliged to take hold of his food with his mouth. 126 1, 90 | elements. But other doctors ~hold that on the sixth day both 127 1, 98 | that, By faith alone do we hold truths which are above nature, ~ 128 1, 101 | of life to them that lay hold on her" (Prov. 3:18). ~Therefore 129 1, 101 | whose ~opinion, I confess, hold that paradise was both corporeal 130 1, 101 | of this method, we ~must hold to the historical truth 131 1, 101 | of the matter, we must ~hold that paradise was situated 132 1, 104 | OBJ 2: This argument would hold if God were to act of natural ~ 133 1, 104 | unable to do; and these hold the highest ~rank among 134 1, 104 | not to the dead; and such hold the second rank in miracles. 135 1, 104 | Samuel and Elias; and these hold the lowest place in miracles. ~ 136 1, 105 | Hence the argument does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 137 1, 107 | common people, while others hold a place between these, as 138 1, 107 | are the "Angels." Others ~hold a middle place; and these 139 1, 109 | hence the argument does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 140 1, 110 | the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] A[ 141 1, 112 | the principles which we hold ~in an invariable manner. 142 1, 114 | on that of which it lays hold."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] 143 1, 114 | actions is proper to those who hold that intellect does not 144 1, 114 | the Platonists were led to hold that demons are "animals ~ 145 1, 114 | above (Q[51], A[1]): for we hold that demons are spiritual ~ 146 1, 115 | 8,9]. But this will not hold. First, as to human ~affairs: 147 1, 115 | keep to his opinion, but hold his tongue." ~For this reason 148 1, 117 | 4]). This opinion would hold if the sensitive ~soul were 149 1, 117 | creation by God. Therefore to hold that the intellectual soul 150 1, 117 | is nothing else than to hold the soul to be ~non-subsistent 151 1, 117 | without. But this will ~not hold. First, because no substantial 152 2, 2 | which has the ~greatest hold on man's affections. Now 153 2, 3 | OBJ 3: This argument would hold, if man himself were his 154 2, 3 | According to those that hold human souls to be created 155 2, 4 | catch.'] ~him when he lays hold on him. And in this sense 156 2, 4 | from the body is ~said to hold the soul back from tending 157 2, 5 | have, and would wish to hold ~abidingly, for man naturally 158 2, 5 | man naturally desires to hold to the good that he has, ~ 159 2, 9 | of its act, we must again hold it to be moved by some ~ 160 2, 10 | passion entirely, or at least hold himself ~in check so as 161 2, 11 | Further, to enjoy is to lay hold of the fruit. But one does 162 2, 11 | fruit. But one does not ~lay hold of the fruit until one is 163 2, 11 | OBJ 3: One is said to lay hold of or to have an end, not 164 2, 13 | Therefore that which appears to ~hold the first place is chosen 165 2, 17 | the body. But it does not hold ~in every respect: for the 166 2, 33 | it surrendered itself to hold within itself the object 167 2, 35 | the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 168 2, 45 | OBJ 1: This argument would hold, if good and evil were not ~ 169 2, 50 | for all men, were bound to hold that habits of knowledge 170 2, 50 | comparison between them does not ~hold; for to be susceptible of 171 2, 53 | OBJ 2: This argument would hold, if the essence itself of 172 2, 58 | things to which we should hold or not hold"; and holiness 173 2, 58 | which we should hold or not hold"; and holiness as "a science ~ 174 2, 58 | which ~makes reason to hold itself well in respect of 175 2, 58 | the end, so that it may hold itself aright in respect ~ 176 2, 59 | the comparison does not hold for all cases.~Aquin.: SMT 177 2, 63 | but ~the converse does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] A[ 178 2, 65 | each of which things we hold by faith and hope. Wherefore 179 2, 66 | the opinion of those ~who hold these virtues to have their 180 2, 66 | but the converse does not hold, for patience is a part 181 2, 69 | Ambrose (Super Luc. v), hold that all ~these rewards 182 2, 73 | certain heretics, who not only hold all sins ~to be equal, but 183 2, 77 | is most certain, does not hold ~the foremost place in action, 184 2, 81 | Catholic Faith we are bound to hold that ~the first sin of the 185 2, 81 | however, it be true, as others hold, that they will never ~die, ( 186 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Some hold that if Eve, and not Adam, 187 2, 85 | the reason had perfect ~hold over the lower parts of 188 2, 91 | OBJ 1: This argument would hold, if the natural law were 189 2, 94 | applied to that which we hold by a ~habit: thus faith 190 2, 94 | faith may mean that which we hold by faith. And accordingly, ~ 191 2, 94 | habit itself whereby we hold ~those principles, but are 192 2, 99 | signs employed by men words hold the first place." ~Therefore 193 2, 102 | the Gentiles might seize hold of that place. Secondly, ~ 194 2, 102 | The ~staves they were to hold in their hands denoted pastoral 195 2, 102 | because his doctrine should hold together in such a way that 196 2, 103 | trust in ~them so as to hold them to be necessary unto 197 2, 103 | 11), wherein we must not hold anything to be ~false, Paul 198 2, 103 | follow the third opinion, and hold that these foods ~were forbidden 199 2, 103 | because the Gentiles did not hold it to be ~sinful.~ 200 2, 105 | the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 201 2, 106 | the comparison will not hold.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 202 2, 106 | appropriated to the Son) hold a prominent place. ~Therefore 203 2, 106 | wherein spiritual men will hold the first place.~Aquin.: 204 2, 108 | three specifically, as they hold the principal place, and 205 2, 110 | nature of virtue, this cannot hold, ~since, as the Philosopher 206 2, 113 | justifying grace does not hold. For the gift of ~justifying 207 2, 114 | But the objection would hold good, if we supposed the ~ 208 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 1: By faith we hold many truths about God, which 209 2, 1 | that the whole Church may hold firmly ~to his decision. 210 2, 2 | aright; unless the simple hold obstinately to their individual ~ 211 2, 4 | unseen, and whatever we hold on account thereof: so ~ 212 2, 4 | Para. 3/3~We must therefore hold differently that living 213 2, 4 | persevere in faith, ~or to hold firmly to faith; and it 214 2, 4 | a man's intellect lays hold of a thing, the more certain 215 2, 5 | Bonaventure, Sent. ii, D, 29] hold, perhaps one might hold 216 2, 5 | hold, perhaps one might hold that ~there was no faith 217 2, 5 | Consequently we must hold that the angels ~had faith 218 2, 5 | holds what he chooses to hold, ~and rejects what he chooses 219 2, 5 | OBJ 1: A heretic does not hold the other articles of faith, 220 2, 9 | knows what he ~ought to hold by faith; yet, secondarily, 221 2, 10 | the faith, and ~did not hold the truth of faith for certain, 222 2, 10 | they have promised, and hold what they, at one time, 223 2, 10 | virtue: moreover unbelievers ~hold the faith in contempt, if 224 2, 10 | truth of the faith which we ~hold, there follows this good - 225 2, 11 | assent is given seems to hold ~the chief place and to 226 2, 11 | one assents to that person hold a secondary place. Consequently 227 2, 11 | those are heretics, who hold mischievous ~and erroneous 228 2, 11 | be set aright by you who hold the faith and see of ~Peter. 229 2, 12 | but the converse does not hold. ~Accordingly a man may 230 2, 15 | touch, as those things we hold in our hands, or ~by sight, 231 2, 19 | which, sexual pleasures hold the first place: for the 232 2, 22 | OBJ 1: This argument would hold, if God and our neighbor 233 2, 23 | makes ~it to have a greater hold on the soul, and the likeness 234 2, 24 | and in this way we must hold that, ~properly speaking, 235 2, 24 | or ~the outward man, to hold the first place. Wherefore, 236 2, 30 | respect, spiritual almsdeeds hold the first place, ~for three 237 2, 36 | are discordant ~when they hold to their own opinion in 238 2, 37 | Sovereign Pontiff, and to hold communion with ~those members 239 2, 37 | brought back by such as may hold communion with them. Therefore 240 2, 38 | in the hands of those who hold the supreme authority."~ 241 2, 47 | knowledge ~has a greater hold on sensible objects. For 242 2, 53 | foremost by words, which hold the chief place among ~those 243 2, 53 | stratagems not only in laying hold of ~other people's goods, 244 2, 57 | Ethic. v, 9) that they hold a ~false opinion who maintain 245 2, 58 | not." Above all does this hold ~when such sins are public, 246 2, 60 | begins to have ~a mind to hold it as his own and not in 247 2, 64 | natural equity, as the jurists hold. [*See loc. cit. ~in Reply.] 248 2, 65 | affairs, save ~by those who hold public authority: and those 249 2, 70 | us. For we are bound to hold our minds ~prepared to submit 250 2, 76 | contrary, A man may lawfully hold what he has lawfully acquired. ~ 251 2, 85 | countries for the ~soldiers to hold the tithes from the Church 252 2, 86 | nothing of his own and must hold himself as being the dispenser 253 2, 86 | least, to doubt, he could ~hold to the prelate's decision 254 2, 87 | this respect we should ~hold an oath in the greatest 255 2, 92 | opposition ~to one another, and hold many vain and fabulous fancies 256 2, 93 | He rebuked him, saying: ~Hold thy peace," says: "Although 257 2, 95 | from his faith, he should hold himself to be ~the more 258 2, 95 | excellence ~than that one should hold the contrary for certain. 259 2, 97 | shall allow the Jews to hold public offices, ~"he must 260 2, 98 | competent save to those who hold a clerical ~office. Hence 261 2, 100 | worship those persons whom we hold in honor, ~so that worship 262 2, 102 | virtue, since it does not hold ~the mean between excess 263 2, 105 | forgetfulness of favors lays hold of a man, he has ~apparently 264 2, 108 | Doctr. Christ. ii), words hold the ~chief place among other 265 2, 108 | OBJ 1: It is unlawful to hold that any false assertion 266 2, 114 | to ~deny the truth, or to hold up the speaker to contempt.~ 267 2, 115 | since when a man quits hold of a thing he frees it [ 268 2, 116 | degree of covetousness is to hold to one's own ~inordinately. 269 2, 120 | Sabbath day, will he not ~take hold on it and lift it up?"~Aquin.: 270 2, 121 | Now it behooves one to hold firmly ~the good of reason 271 2, 123 | because when fear lays hold of a man he ~is under a 272 2, 127 | house of Christ, "if we hold fast the confidence and 273 2, 127 | also by the ~multitude who hold these goods of fortune in 274 2, 135 | says (De Persev. i): "We hold that ~perseverance is a 275 2, 139 | temperance withholds us, hold the lowest place in man, ~ 276 2, 142 | and in their judgments hold fast to ~the truth: so, 277 2, 143 | whereas the converse does ~not hold (Ethic. ii, 3).~Aquin.: 278 2, 146 | vice of gluttony has a hold on a man, all that he has 279 2, 147 | forbidden to kings, who hold the highest place in human 280 2, 150 | of the organ, which we ~hold to be accidental to virginity: 281 2, 150 | since for this end they hold their ~own life in contempt; 282 2, 152 | Without any doubt we must hold simple fornication to be 283 2, 152 | deep sleep is wont to lay hold of men [*Vulg.: 'When deep ~ 284 2, 153 | that "if a man were to lay hold of a ~child with desire 285 2, 160 | first ~man's sin, which we hold to have been pride. Under 286 2, 163 | unlawful, pleasure may seize ~hold of her: and she watches 287 2, 166 | sorrow and mourning taketh hold of the end of joy," remarks: " 288 2, 167 | says (De Habit. Virg.): "I hold that not only ~virgins and 289 2, 168 | since thereby ~a man lays hold of another's property for 290 2, 170 | another explanation, and to ~hold that men have no such foreknowledge 291 2, 170 | things. Now the ~angels hold a middle position between 292 2, 170 | When the evil spirit lays hold of a man for such purposes 293 2, 173 | Therefore it is more becoming to hold that he saw God in His essence.~ 294 2, 180 | 37): "Those who wish to hold ~the fortress of contemplation, 295 2, 180 | 37): "Those who wish to ~hold the fortress of contemplation 296 2, 182 | Jeremias, who was fain to hold fast to the ~love of his 297 2, 183 | Jeremias who was fain to ~hold fast to the love of his 298 2, 183 | On the other hand, they hold ecclesiastical goods as 299 2, 184 | bracing themselves up to lay hold of the very height of ~perfection, 300 2, 184 | themselves up in order to lay hold of the very height ~of perfection. 301 2, 184 | thing not to wish to lay hold of what one ~has not, and 302 2, 184 | no household care might hold him back."~Aquin.: SMT SS 303 2, 187 | but the converse does not hold. Seeing then that the ~right 304 2, 187 | of God, as the Manicheans hold, nor could some who have 305 3, 2 | the union. For we do ~not hold that He was first of all 306 3, 2 | as ~Photinus held; but we hold that from the beginning 307 3, 4 | But according ~to such as hold that there are two hypostases 308 3, 5 | But this opinion cannot hold, for three reasons. ~First, 309 3, 5 | ad Petrum xiv): ~"Firmly hold and nowise doubt that Christ 310 3, 6 | Petrum xviii): "Most firmly hold, and nowise doubt that the 311 3, 7 | Seven women shall take hold ~of one man": on which a 312 3, 7 | the Holy ~Ghost shall take hold of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 313 3, 8 | instrumentally. Therefore we must hold that the ~manhood of Christ 314 3, 8 | For nowhere doth He take hold of the angels, but of the ~ 315 3, 8 | seed of Abraham He taketh hold." Therefore Christ as man 316 3, 9 | part of what are united we hold there is a ~knowledge in 317 3, 10 | soul, which they did not hold to be in Christ, as was ~ 318 3, 15 | yet lest a passion should hold sway over His ~soul, it 319 3, 16 | 3~Some, on the contrary, hold the reality on the part 320 3, 18 | For Apollinaris did not hold ~an intellectual soul in 321 3, 18 | man's ~apprehension, we hold the difference of reason 322 3, 23 | the comparison does not hold.~ 323 3, 25 | 2:14): "Stand fast; and hold the ~traditions which you 324 3, 26 | Such a conclusion would hold if it were a question of 325 3, 31 | the Son of God - "take hold of the angels: but of the 326 3, 31 | seed of Abraham ~He taketh hold." But the seed of Abraham 327 3, 32 | as some wicked wretches ~hold, that the Holy Ghost took 328 3, 32 | natural power, because they hold that in all natural matter 329 3, 33 | Written by ~Fulgentius]): "Hold steadfastly, and doubt not 330 3, 33 | the Incarnation, which we ~hold to consist in this, that 331 3, 33 | was assumed. But since we hold that the conception ~was 332 3, 36 | Herod: "Thy palace cannot hold Christ: nor is the ~Lord 333 3, 36 | stars, ~for they do not hold that the course of the stars 334 3, 39 | John's baptism does not hold the first place among baptisms. ~ 335 3, 40 | that kind of life, which we hold Christ to have ~embraced, 336 3, 46 | which is hidden from view to hold it fixed, and from which 337 3, 46 | Para. 1/5~Reply OBJ 1: Some hold that Christ did die on the 338 3, 47 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Yet we may hold that they are said to have 339 3, 48 | the ~same reason does not hold good of confession and contrition, 340 3, 51 | nature, which can no longer hold the body ~together. But 341 3, 53 | rose with Christ. ~Some hold that they rose to life so 342 3, 55 | she "'came up and took hold of ~His feet,' that matters 343 3, 59 | a Divine purpose should hold Himself aloof from temporal 344 3, 59 | For nowhere doth He take hold of ~the angels, but of the 345 3, 59 | seed of Abraham He taketh hold." Consequently, ~Christ' 346 3, 61 | on sin gained a greater hold on man, so much ~so that 347 3, 61 | the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 348 3, 62 | I answer that, Those who hold that the sacraments do not 349 3, 62 | sacramental effect, and hold that the Divine ~power assists 350 3, 62 | their effect. But if we hold ~that a sacrament is an 351 3, 64 | are two opinions. For some hold that ~the mental intention 352 3, 64 | others with better reason hold that the minister of a ~ 353 3, 65 | such like. Some, however, hold that Extreme Unction is ~ 354 3, 65 | OBJ 4: This argument would hold if Penance were required 355 3, 66 | Nor does the comparison hold with ~rain-water, which 356 3, 66 | the minister, who cannot hold up the ~candidate for Baptism; 357 3, 66 | heretical teaching let us hold to the single baptismal ~ 358 3, 67 | office. Now the bishops hold the position of princes 359 3, 67 | namely, the priests, who hold the place of the seventy-two ~ 360 3, 67 | regeneration water seems to hold the ~place of the mother' 361 3, 67 | he ~who baptizes seems to hold rather the position of father. 362 3, 68 | degree as ~the head, some hold that since the matter is 363 3, 68 | the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 364 3, 72 | for him? [*Literally, "to ~hold him"]~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] 365 3, 72 | And therefore we must hold firmly that the Church's ~ 366 3, 73 | the comparison does ~not hold.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 367 3, 74 | therefrom, although some hold the contrary.~Aquin.: SMT 368 3, 75 | subject; but it does ~not hold good in respect of the change 369 3, 75 | the comparison does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 370 3, 77 | others cannot stand, who hold ~that the sacramental species 371 3, 78 | sacrament: and the same hold good of the works appertaining 372 3, 78 | But even this will not hold good, because the priest 373 3, 78 | because by faith alone do we hold the presence of Christ's ~ 374 3, 78 | 5~But such a view cannot hold good, because then these 375 3, 78 | But ~neither can this hold good, because in that case 376 3, 79 | the comparison ~does not hold good.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] 377 3, 80 | drinketh unworthily," etc.: "We hold that there are two ways 378 3, 80 | the comparison does not hold, as stated above (ad 2).~ 379 3, 81 | OBJ 2: This argument would hold, if Christ's body, as it 380 3, 89 | according to Apoc. 3:11: "Hold fast that which ~thou hast, 381 3, 90 | but the converse does not hold. Wherefore these two ~species 382 Suppl, 7 | his lips what he does not hold in his heart, it ~is not 383 Suppl, 12| and other internal acts hold the chief ~place in virtue. 384 Suppl, 12| it is ~that external acts hold the chief place in certain 385 Suppl, 14| charity, which ~makes friends hold their possessions in common. 386 Suppl, 17| endeavors, which they who hold ~this opinion call a little 387 Suppl, 18| remission of punishment, as some hold, it would not be ~necessary 388 Suppl, 18| time of confession, as some hold, (for then confession and ~ 389 Suppl, 23| his subjects: while others hold the ~contrary. At any rate 390 Suppl, 23| the precept of charity to ~hold communication, the prohibition 391 Suppl, 23| Reply OBJ 2: It is lawful to hold communion with one who has 392 Suppl, 23| is always a mortal sin to hold communion ~with an excommunicated 393 Suppl, 23| fear of death should anyone hold ~communion with an excommunicated 394 Suppl, 23| always a mortal sin to hold communion with an excommunicated 395 Suppl, 23| Church forbids anyone to hold communion with an ~excommunicated 396 Suppl, 23| Therefore it is a mortal sin to hold communion ~with one who 397 Suppl, 23| Therefore it is a mortal sin to hold communion with an ~excommunicated 398 Suppl, 23| Therefore it is a mortal sin to hold communion ~with one who 399 Suppl, 23| 1/1~I answer that, Some hold that it is always a mortal 400 Suppl, 23| is always a mortal sin to hold ~communion with an excommunicated 401 Suppl, 23| Although it is a venial sin to hold communion with one who ~ 402 Suppl, 25| contrary that indulgences hold good both in the ~Church' 403 Suppl, 27| 1/3~I answer that, Some hold that indulgences avail those 404 Suppl, 27| those who are not priests hold chapter. Absolution ~from 405 Suppl, 29| on this point. For some hold that ~this sacrament and 406 Suppl, 29| Para. 2/2~Wherefore others hold that Christ Himself instituted 407 Suppl, 29| 1/2~I answer that, Some hold that mere oil is the matter 408 Suppl, 29| for that reason we should ~hold with the common opinion 409 Suppl, 37| which needs a vessel to hold it on ~account of its humidity. 410 Suppl, 40| believe and what we are to ~hold, venerating him, beseeching 411 Suppl, 41| concerning matrimony still hold, since it refers to the 412 Suppl, 41| the ~good God we cannot hold that those things which 413 Suppl, 42| OBJ 3: This argument would hold if no more efficacious remedy ~ 414 Suppl, 43| fulfilled, and does not hold if the condition ~is not 415 Suppl, 43| such a condition does not hold, nor can such a penalty 416 Suppl, 43| OBJ 7: This argument would hold if each contract were of 417 Suppl, 45| the Church compels him to hold to his first ~wife, because 418 Suppl, 47| contracted by the parents ~would hold good without their children' 419 Suppl, 50| OBJ 3: This argument would hold, were there no other and 420 Suppl, 50| with the other sacraments hold, for they are sacraments 421 Suppl, 50| this reason certain persons hold a middle place between those ~ 422 Suppl, 51| her consent, ~but should hold on to his brother. Thus 423 Suppl, 51| marry his brother, she ~may hold to the one whom she took 424 Suppl, 52| another's detriment should not hold. But a husband who sells ~ 425 Suppl, 52| Therefore such a sale should not hold as to ~the effect of slavery.~ 426 Suppl, 52| where the civil law does not hold, the ~offspring follows 427 Suppl, 54| argument however ~would hold according to the opinion 428 Suppl, 65| the natural law, ~which hold the same place in practical 429 Suppl, 67| yet lawful." Those who hold the first opinion ~understand 430 Suppl, 67| According to those ~who hold the first opinion (A[3]) 431 Suppl, 67| Wherefore the argument does not hold.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 432 Suppl, 69| Is. 66:1). Wherefore we hold that those souls ~that have 433 Suppl, 70| as ~color is in a body, hold that the soul separated 434 Suppl, 70| according to our faith we hold to be in separated souls, 435 Suppl, 70| The comparison does not hold in every respect, but it 436 Suppl, 72| Therefore there ~is no need to hold a resurrection of the body, 437 Suppl, 72| body, but it is enough to hold a ~resurrection of souls, 438 Suppl, 72| consequently these ~did not hold the resurrection.~Aquin.: 439 Suppl, 72| those heretical sects that hold corporeal things to have ~ 440 Suppl, 72| and so there is no need to hold the resurrection. ~But the 441 Suppl, 72| life, we must of ~necessity hold the resurrection.~Aquin.: 442 Suppl, 72| 55): "Those who do not hold ~the resurrection on the 443 Suppl, 72| obedience ought certainly to hold it ~on the principle of 444 Suppl, 77| objection, since it does not hold the seed to be from the 445 Suppl, 79| through the weakening of ~the hold which the form of the patient 446 Suppl, 79| least the diminution of ~the hold which the other contrary 447 Suppl, 81| instantaneous. But this will not hold: because the glorified body 448 Suppl, 81| with greater probability hold that a glorified body moves ~ 449 Suppl, 89| answer that, Even as we hold by faith that the last end 450 Suppl, 89| the uncreated?" Those who hold the passive intellect to 451 Suppl, 89| sayings of ~holy men, who hold that angels are ignorant 452 Suppl, 89| comparison with a material mirror hold, for it is not in its power 453 Suppl, 92| opinion of others we should hold ~that in carnal marriage 454 Suppl, 92| have God present and to hold Him within ourself ~[*Cf. 455 Suppl, 93| 2: Nothing obliges us to hold that fruit is a reward that 456 Suppl, 93| the aureole. Hence others hold that the aureole is due 457 Suppl, 93| the matter of ~temperance, hold the chief place among all 458 Suppl, 94| A[4] Body Para. 3/4~Some hold that this darkness is caused 459 Suppl, 94| that it is not enough to hold the above manner of punishment. 460 Suppl, 94| Even Augustine seems to hold this kind of punishment ( 461 Appen1, 1| ad Petrum, xxvii] says: "Hold firmly and doubt not ~that


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