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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | salvation of men might be brought ~about more fitly and more 2 1, 1 | clear that the arguments brought against faith ~cannot be 3 1, 4 | from potentiality they are brought into ~actuality, this word " 4 1, 13 | nevertheless have been brought into use more to express 5 1, 24 | of those who are to be ~brought to eternal life, according 6 1, 27 | before the hills, I was brought forth." (Prov. 8:24). ~In 7 1, 32 | prove the Trinity some have ~brought forward a reason from the 8 1, 32 | sufficient proof can be brought ~to show that the movement 9 1, 34 | power of the Word things are brought into being. ~Basil speaks 10 1, 44 | not the reason why it is brought under the consideration 11 1, 45 | is ~created so that it is brought into being at the same time 12 1, 46 | substance of things was brought into being; and time does 13 1, 47 | agent, who is God. For He brought things into ~being in order 14 1, 48 | on the contrary, pain is brought about so that the fault 15 1, 50 | that of discrete quantity, ~brought about by division of what 16 1, 50 | them." ~But what can be brought to nothing is corruptible. 17 1, 51 | daughters of men, and they brought forth children, ~these are 18 1, 54 | act of understanding is brought about by the union of the ~ 19 1, 57 | Heb. 1:14)"; and this is brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~ 20 1, 60 | the ~mind's knowledge is brought about by the inward presence 21 1, 60 | binding imply various ~things brought together. Therefore the 22 1, 61 | we must see how they were brought into natural existence; ~ 23 1, 62 | perfection to which it is brought by its ~operation; consequently, 24 1, 62 | through it ~the angel is brought to beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 62 | God's predestination it is brought even to a ~determinate degree 26 1, 63 | limp. ~But the agent which brought the angels into existence, 27 1, 64 | punishment," and the good brought "into ~everlasting life." 28 1, 64 | directly, when a man is brought unto good and withheld from 29 1, 64 | of man's welfare to be ~brought about through the wicked 30 1, 65 | say that everything was brought into being ~for the reason 31 1, 65 | the form were of itself brought ~into being. Whereas, as 32 1, 65 | the mode in which it is brought into being. ~Since, then, 33 1, 65 | form, but ~by matter being brought from potentiality into act 34 1, 65 | that they may be able to be brought by movement into act.~Aquin.: 35 1, 66 | imperfect state, and ~afterwards brought them to perfection. But 36 1, 67 | natural changes cannot be brought about by mere intentions. 37 1, 67 | Further, night and day are brought about by the circular movement ~ 38 1, 67 | this distinction ~being brought about by the common movement 39 1, 69 | said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought forth the ~green herb," 40 1, 69 | secondly, when "the ~earth brought forth the green herb." But 41 1, 70 | the sixth, ~animals are brought forth, to move upon the 42 1, 70 | OBJ 2: We are sometimes brought to the knowledge of hidden 43 1, 76 | considered as different when brought under the ~observation of 44 1, 45 | not the reason why it is brought under the consideration 45 1, 46 | is ~created so that it is brought into being at the same time 46 1, 47 | substance of things was brought into being; and time does 47 1, 48 | agent, who is God. For He brought things into ~being in order 48 1, 49 | on the contrary, pain is brought about so that the fault 49 1, 51 | that of discrete quantity, ~brought about by division of what 50 1, 51 | them." ~But what can be brought to nothing is corruptible. 51 1, 52 | daughters of men, and they brought forth children, ~these are 52 1, 55 | act of understanding is brought about by the union of the ~ 53 1, 58 | Heb. 1:14)"; and this is brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~ 54 1, 61 | the ~mind's knowledge is brought about by the inward presence 55 1, 61 | binding imply various ~things brought together. Therefore the 56 1, 62 | we must see how they were brought into natural existence; ~ 57 1, 63 | perfection to which it is brought by its ~operation; consequently, 58 1, 63 | through it ~the angel is brought to beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 59 1, 63 | God's predestination it is brought even to a ~determinate degree 60 1, 64 | limp. ~But the agent which brought the angels into existence, 61 1, 65 | punishment," and the good brought "into ~everlasting life." 62 1, 65 | directly, when a man is brought unto good and withheld from 63 1, 65 | of man's welfare to be ~brought about through the wicked 64 1, 66 | say that everything was brought into being ~for the reason 65 1, 66 | the form were of itself brought ~into being. Whereas, as 66 1, 66 | the mode in which it is brought into being. ~Since, then, 67 1, 66 | form, but ~by matter being brought from potentiality into act 68 1, 66 | that they may be able to be brought by movement into act.~Aquin.: 69 1, 67 | imperfect state, and ~afterwards brought them to perfection. But 70 1, 68 | natural changes cannot be brought about by mere intentions. 71 1, 68 | Further, night and day are brought about by the circular movement ~ 72 1, 68 | this distinction ~being brought about by the common movement 73 1, 70 | said (Gn. 1:12): "The earth brought forth the ~green herb," 74 1, 70 | secondly, when "the ~earth brought forth the green herb." But 75 1, 71 | the sixth, ~animals are brought forth, to move upon the 76 1, 71 | OBJ 2: We are sometimes brought to the knowledge of hidden 77 1, 75 | considered as different when brought under the ~observation of 78 1, 77 | the soul, whereby it is brought ~to its appropriate size. 79 1, 78 | appointed medium that has to be brought into act. ~Therefore there 80 1, 83 | by this mere impression brought about by sensible things. 81 1, 83 | intellectual knowledge is not brought about by ~sensible things 82 1, 84 | humanity ~inasmuch as it is brought under the consideration 83 1, 85 | caprice of ~whatever is brought to bear on it."~ 84 1, 95 | that the animals were brought to Adam, under the direction 85 1, 95 | to one another ~should be brought under the mastership of 86 1, 95 | Therefore all animals ~were not brought under the mastership of 87 1, 96 | according to Wis. 10:2: "He ~brought him out of his sins." Hence 88 1, 101 | dispensation, the animals were brought thither by God to Adam; ~ 89 1, 101 | and ~keep it. For what was brought on him as a punishment of 90 1, 102 | Divine ~goodness, as it brought things into existence, so 91 1, 102 | whereto the thing governed is brought. But that whereto a ~thing 92 1, 102 | that whereto a ~thing is brought is some good in the thing 93 1, 102 | itself; thus a sick man is ~brought back to health, which is 94 1, 102 | which are governed should be brought to perfection by ~government, 95 1, 102 | the ~things governed are brought to perfection. Now it is 96 1, 102 | ministers the kingly power is brought into ~greater evidence.~ 97 1, 103 | Reply OBJ 1: That things are brought into existence from a state 98 1, 105 | and perfected by being brought to the ~perception of the 99 1, 109 | things we see happen may be ~brought about by the lower powers 100 1, 112 | Further, the lower things are brought to God through the medium ~ 101 1, 112 | them hath He cursed ~and brought low." Thus it is a greater 102 1, 112 | Origen says: "The angels are brought to judgment as to ~whether 103 1, 112 | for the ills which have ~brought him to judgment. Therefore 104 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 4: The angels are brought into judgment for the sins 105 1, 117 | like forms are naturally brought into existence by certain ~ 106 1, 117 | subsequently gradually brought to perfection; this will 107 2, 4 | consists in man's good being brought to the notice of ~many. 108 2, 5 | according to Heb. 2:10, "had brought many children into ~glory"; 109 2, 6 | another. Hence when action is brought to bear ~on something, by 110 2, 6 | because the act of the will is brought to bear on the ignorance: 111 2, 14 | universal things, our view is ~brought to bear on matters much 112 2, 17 | reason and of the will can be brought to bear on one another, 113 2, 18 | that on which the action is brought to bear. ~Therefore just 114 2, 31 | viz. the good which is brought into ~conjunction, that 115 2, 50 | permanent. But when it has been brought to the point that it is 116 2, 52 | its parts. And if it be ~brought to a more perfect measure, 117 2, 63 | in ~so far as they are brought into act by the agent.~Aquin.: 118 2, 65 | is by hope ~that we are brought to charity, as stated above ( 119 2, 66 | be done," whereby man is brought to happiness: ~whereas wisdom 120 2, 67 | as this ~potentiality is brought into act, the movement ceases; 121 2, 71 | the act of the will is brought to bear, but also to that 122 2, 72 | retains the principles, can be brought back to the truth by ~means 123 2, 73 | and in this respect may be brought under the head ~of covetousness, 124 2, 74 | observe that in ~every case brought up for judgment, the final 125 2, 74 | delight in anything, is brought to bear on the action itself 126 2, 74 | the deliberation ~which brought it into the light of a higher 127 2, 80 | that man's imagination is brought into play.~Aquin.: SMT FS 128 2, 80 | sensible image which is brought in ~the manner explained, 129 2, 87 | Divine ~justice: and to be brought to nothing is an infinite 130 2, 87 | justice for the sinner ~to be brought to nothing absolutely, because 131 2, 87 | The expression "to be brought to nothing" is applied to 132 2, 87 | prone to sin through being brought up amid their parents' ~ 133 2, 87 | Consequently when a man is brought up amid the sins of his 134 2, 94 | possessions ~and slavery were not brought in by nature, but devised 135 2, 95 | habituated in this way, might be brought to do ~willingly what hitherto 136 2, 98 | according to Heb. 7:19: "The law brought nothing to ~perfection."~ 137 2, 98 | goes on to say, "the law brought nothing to perfection": ~ 138 2, 98 | gifts of God should be brought to men by means of the angels," 139 2, 98 | many of the ~Gentiles were brought back to God by the angels. 140 2, 100 | temporal and transitory, brought us to the repose of the 141 2, 100 | compulsion of the law is ~brought to bear, falls directly 142 2, 100 | Secondly, his intention is brought to bear on the matter ~itself 143 2, 101 | something future, but to be brought to our minds as ~something 144 2, 101 | these ceremonial precepts, brought many boons to the ~world, 145 2, 101 | unprofitableness thereof, for the law brought nothing to ~perfection." 146 2, 102 | glory, in as much as we are brought thereto by Christ, which ~ 147 2, 102 | them not, in the day that I brought them out of the land of ~ 148 2, 102 | the soul of man might be brought to greater ~reverence for 149 2, 102 | the ~latter state Christ brought us; and this was signified 150 2, 102 | to signify ~that God had brought them through the arid land 151 2, 102 | and this institution was ~brought about - for all in general, 152 2, 102 | corruption, which was to be brought about by Christ, and will ~ 153 2, 102 | yet come, since "the Law brought no man [Vulg.: 'nothing'] 154 2, 102 | that union was not as yet brought about. Hence under the ~ 155 2, 102 | calf and of ~the goat was brought into the Holies by the priest, 156 2, 102 | to the ministry by being ~brought into the tabernacle of the 157 2, 102 | Further, all that is first brought forth of man and beast, 158 2, 102 | easily breed, unless this be brought about by man; and movements ~ 159 2, 105 | people, whose destruction was brought about by the division of 160 2, 105 | Public disgrace" was brought on to him who refused to 161 2, 105 | hidden murder. This was brought about in three ways. In ~ 162 2, 105 | animals, that they should be brought back to the owner if they 163 2, 105 | year taking whatever they brought with them, even their clothes ~( 164 2, 105 | are My servants, ~and I brought them out of the land of 165 2, 106 | Because ~a thing is not brought to perfection at once from 166 2, 106 | immediate cause of our being brought to the last end. But the 167 2, 107 | himself as follows: "He brought ~forth first the blade, 168 2, 109 | light, this lustre cannot be brought back, except God sheds His 169 2, 109 | by grace, ~he is quickly brought back to the due order.~Aquin.: 170 2, 112 | disposition ~of matter, brought about by the action of something 171 2, 113 | the remission of sins is ~brought about chiefly by faith, 172 2, 113 | Secondly, this justice may be brought about in man by a movement ~ 173 2, 113 | guilt without his being brought to a state of grace.~Aquin.: 174 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly is brought about by God ~moving man 175 2, 113 | justice. Now this cannot be brought about without a sacrament; 176 2, 114 | being forgiven, which is brought about ~by grace. For the 177 2, 114 | Now ~inward healing is brought about by grace. Hence a 178 2, 114 | s salvation can only be brought about by grace, ~it seems 179 2, 114 | to Heb. 2:10: "Who hath brought many children into ~glory [ 180 2, 114 | said to have been divinely brought about ~in relation to the 181 2, 1 | since the imperfect is not brought to ~perfection, except by 182 2, 1 | life, and ~by which we are brought to eternal life. Now two 183 2, 2 | unless Divine things were brought to their ~knowledge under 184 2, 2 | 2: The reasons which are brought forward in support of the ~ 185 2, 2 | on account of the reasons brought ~forward by philosophers 186 2, 4 | things to be hoped for is brought about by the assent of faith, 187 2, 13 | bestowed by God Who ~had brought them out of Egypt, they 188 2, 13 | gods, O Israel, that have ~brought thee out of the land of 189 2, 15 | am the ~Lord thy God, Who brought thee out of the land of 190 2, 23 | strengthened; and when it has been brought ~to perfection, it exclaims, ' 191 2, 23 | pursuits ~to which man is brought by this same growth. Thus 192 2, 23 | pursuits to which man is brought by the increase of ~charity. 193 2, 24 | the fishes and birds were ~brought forth out of the waters, 194 2, 25 | written (Cant 2:4): "He brought me into the ~cellar of wine, 195 2, 26 | Aversion from God, which is brought about by sin, is ~removed 196 2, 31 | denunciation witnesses ought to be brought ~forward?~Aquin.: SMT SS 197 2, 31 | witnesses ought ~not to be brought forward. For secret sins 198 2, 31 | Further, witnesses are brought forward to prove something. 199 2, 31 | witnesses should not be brought forward before the public ~ 200 2, 37 | driven away you have not brought again, ~neither have you 201 2, 37 | schismatics are more ~easily brought back by such as may hold 202 2, 50 | righteousness of each nation is brought into the debate of the ~ 203 2, 51 | bodily movement, when it is brought down from ~above by the 204 2, 59 | will be ~justice if both be brought back to the mean, 1 being 205 2, 60 | according to the loss he has brought upon ~another.~Aquin.: SMT 206 2, 61 | the Church wherein he was brought up. For this reason ~it 207 2, 65 | rigorously sift the evidence brought forward, and ~discover its 208 2, 67 | if he ~partakes of food brought to him secretly, because 209 2, 81 | of attention ~that can be brought to vocal prayer: one which 210 2, 83 | Wis. 10:2) that wisdom ~"brought him out of his sin." Therefore 211 2, 88 | caused Hermogenes to be brought to him, by the ~instrumentality 212 2, 94 | God, since these signs are brought forward, not on divine ~ 213 2, 98 | and that no pressure be brought to bear ~on those who are 214 2, 106 | of vengeance should be brought to bear on a few of the 215 2, 110 | hath the boasting of riches brought us?" Now excess of riches 216 2, 127 | Douay: 'The malignant is brought to ~nothing, but he glorifieth,' 217 2, 135 | is greater than the harm ~brought upon us by Adam, as appears 218 2, 142 | honored and by whom ~he is brought to a greater sense of shame. 219 2, 145 | Yet discretion must be ~brought to bear on the point. For 220 2, 145 | Christ's Passion, which ~was brought to a close at the ninth 221 2, 147 | the last of the ages ~and brought back the end into line with 222 2, 148 | slavery, in so far ~as Cham brought the curse of slavery on 223 2, 152 | festivals, and that the devil brought this ~about in order to 224 2, 161 | robbing it of innocence brought disorder upon ~the whole 225 2, 162 | sinned, the earth would have brought forth thorns and ~thistles 226 2, 162 | that, before sin, the earth brought forth no ~thorns and thistles, 227 2, 169 | raising of the intention is brought about by the motion of ~ 228 2, 169 | caused a minstrel to be brought to him, that the spirit 229 2, 169 | Divine revelation will be brought to its perfection in ~heaven; 230 2, 171 | prophecy, unless the mind was brought into action, so ~that those 231 2, 172 | is stated to have been ~brought about by the demons' art, 232 2, 173 | earth and the heaven, and brought me in the vision of God 233 2, 173 | Ezech. 8:3) to have been "brought in the vision ~of God into 234 2, 173 | Again nothing hinders death ~brought about by God being called 235 2, 174 | diversity of tongues was brought upon the nations when they 236 2, 176 | receives from God needs to be brought to the ~knowledge of others 237 2, 176 | natural effects, so is he brought to a certain degree of supernatural ~ 238 2, 176 | miracles" and ~"even there were brought from his body to the sick, 239 2, 178 | and by its power we are brought back to the single ray ~ 240 2, 183 | but not in order to be brought to ~perfection. Now it is 241 2, 183 | land of a certain . . . man brought ~forth plenty of fruits," 242 2, 184 | covered," says: "Though we brought ~nothing, and will carry 243 2, 185 | there lived on the food brought to him by a monk from Rome. ~ 244 2, 185 | have thus ~been delicately brought up are wont to be unable 245 2, 186 | Before a diabolical instinct brought study into religion, and 246 2, 186 | heretics and ~schismatics have brought into the Christian religion.~ 247 2, 186 | water and the bread that is brought to them from time to time, 248 2, 187 | elements. Afterwards we ~are brought forth to the light by being 249 3, 1 | the creature, and this is ~brought about chiefly by "His so 250 3, 1 | was God, He would not have brought a remedy; and unless He 251 3, 1 | inasmuch as it has been ~brought about that man is God. And 252 3, 1 | salvation of anyone to be ~brought about by the prayers of 253 3, 1 | but ought thereby to have brought ~relief to the human race 254 3, 2 | two natures in Christ was brought about by ~grace?~(11) Whether 255 3, 2 | made up of many stones ~brought together without any order, 256 3, 2 | union of the Incarnation was brought about by manner of ~combination. 257 3, 2 | change the relation is ~brought into being; whereas it is 258 3, 2 | which begin in time are brought ~about by some change; and 259 3, 3 | assumption it has ~been brought about that God is the Son 260 3, 3 | creation ought to have been ~brought about through the Word, 261 3, 4 | was ~subject, whom Christ "brought out of his sin," as is written ( 262 3, 6 | it, just as a friendship brought about ~by some other may 263 3, 6 | disposed the matter and ~brought it to its perfection at 264 3, 8 | ultimate end to which we are brought by the Passion of Christ. 265 3, 8 | Hence, inasmuch as some are brought to this end by sinning, 266 3, 9 | whole human race was to be brought back ~to perfection by its 267 3, 9 | image of God. Now men are brought to this end of beatitude 268 3, 9 | are all things, Who had brought many children ~unto glory, 269 3, 13 | first is natural, being brought about by the proper agent 270 3, 13 | second is miraculous, being brought about by a supernatural 271 3, 13 | as every creature may be brought to nothing.~Aquin.: SMT 272 3, 13 | inasmuch as they may be brought to nothing, corresponds 273 3, 13 | creation, whereby they were brought from nothing. And hence 274 3, 13 | the union whereby it was brought about that a Man ~was omnipotent, 275 3, 13 | First, what was ~to be brought about by Himself; and it 276 3, 13 | He wished things to be brought about by the Divine power, 277 3, 13 | for things that were to be brought about ~by the Divine power, 278 3, 14 | punishment of sin, which was ~brought into the world by Adam, 279 3, 14 | necessity of "constraint," ~brought about by an external agent; 280 3, 14 | these ~defects are sometimes brought about by the fault of the 281 3, 15 | vehemence ~of the passion, but brought no pain; as a dart piercing 282 3, 15 | appetite ~to repel this injury brought upon himself or others. 283 3, 15 | which is controlled and brought ~within its proper bounds 284 3, 16 | was made God, i.e. it was brought ~about that Man is God." 285 3, 16 | in the Incarnation it was brought about ~that Man is God and 286 3, 19 | by a dispensation it was brought about that ~in Christ the 287 3, 20 | the Father, when He has brought the faithful, over ~whom 288 3, 21 | knew that some would be brought about by His prayer; and 289 3, 27 | to believe that she, who ~brought forth "the Only-Begotten 290 3, 27 | since she ~conceived and brought forth Him who most certainly 291 3, 28 | neither does our ~word, when brought forth, corrupt the mind; 292 3, 28 | he knew her ~not till she brought forth her first-born Son." 293 3, 29 | This same power of God brought ~forth the infant's limbs 294 3, 30 | that the archangel Gabriel brought ~thee a message from God" [* 295 3, 30 | which Divine things are brought to men by means of the angels. 296 3, 30 | Joseph: since the message was brought to her before she conceived, 297 3, 30 | therefore was fittingly brought by the 'Power of God,' because 298 3, 31 | not any of her blood, but brought to a ~more perfect stage 299 3, 31 | because this ~blood was brought together in the Virgin's 300 3, 33 | Virgin's body might ~be brought where generation might aptly 301 3, 33 | development whereby it was brought to perfection of ~quantity. 302 3, 35 | Christ's body was not brought down from heaven, as the 303 3, 35 | the Child whom she had brought forth, ~"and laid Him in 304 3, 35 | also He was ~conceived and brought up.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 305 3, 35 | wished to be fostered and brought up at ~Nazareth. But He 306 3, 36 | with him." Moreover, ~this brought harm to others; because 307 3, 36 | account of an accusation brought against ~him, or because 308 3, 37 | Valentine, who ~said that Christ brought His body from heaven. Secondly, 309 3, 37 | might of the Godhead we are brought to the inheritance of the ~ 310 3, 37 | But the Blessed Virgin brought ~forth a male child without 311 3, 38 | under the ~Law, circumcision brought the same saving aid to heal 312 3, 44 | so by Him were they to be brought to the companionship of ~ 313 3, 44 | bodies, which changes ~can be brought about by other causes, as 314 3, 45 | above (A[1]). Now ~men are brought to the glory of eternal 315 3, 45 | own body, not that ~he was brought down from the empyrean heaven, 316 3, 45 | 3: "Moses and Elias are ~brought forward for many reasons." 317 3, 46 | ii. But Christ's Passion ~brought about His death by violence. 318 3, 46 | Saviour's Passion we ~are brought from darkness to light." 319 3, 46 | beasts, whose blood is ~brought into the holies by the high-priest 320 3, 48 | the manner in which it was brought about; and, secondly, as 321 3, 48 | Whether Christ's Passion brought about our salvation by way 322 3, 48 | Whether Christ's Passion brought about our salvation by way 323 3, 48 | clear from the arguments brought forward above all the fittingness 324 3, 48 | Whether Christ's Passion brought about our salvation by way 325 3, 48 | Whether Christ's Passion brought about our salvation by way 326 3, 48 | Whether Christ's Passion brought about our salvation efficiently?~ 327 3, 49 | death of Christ, we are brought into immortal glory, ~according 328 3, 49 | ascension He, as ~it were, brought us to the possession of 329 3, 50 | way Christ by His death brought us back to life, when ~by 330 3, 52 | paradise, into which He brought the robber."~Aquin.: SMT 331 3, 52 | in order that it might be brought ~back out of hell simultaneously 332 3, 52 | He led them," ~i.e. "He brought them far from this kingdom 333 3, 52 | s descent into hell had brought to the ~righteous of old," 334 3, 52 | His descent into ~hell brought the fruits of deliverance 335 3, 52 | Christ's descent into ~hell brought them no deliverance from 336 3, 52 | deliverance which Christ brought by descending into ~hell. 337 3, 52 | penetrating the bars of hell, brought out from thence the souls ~ 338 3, 53 | by His Resurrection He ~brought us to the light of glory; 339 3, 54 | handled Him were ~confirmed, brought back to subtlety whatever 340 3, 55 | whose testimony it could be brought to the ~knowledge of others.~ 341 3, 55 | whose testimony it ~could be brought to the knowledge of all.~ 342 3, 55 | since ~such illusions are brought about by magical arts, they 343 3, 55 | prove, if they had not been brought ~back from the sight of 344 3, 55 | who "conducted" him "and brought" him ~back. Nevertheless, 345 3, 55 | handle His flesh which He had brought ~through closed doors, to 346 3, 55 | Consequently, the proofs brought forward for showing the ~ 347 3, 59 | according to Heb. 2:10: "Who had brought many children into ~glory, 348 3, 59 | all these things must be brought to judgment at the end of ~ 349 3, 62 | flowed the sacraments which brought salvation to the Church." ~ 350 3, 64 | child in ~danger of death be brought to a sinner for baptism. 351 3, 65 | growth whereby a man is brought to perfect size and strength: 352 3, 65 | sacraments: and these are brought into being by Matrimony. ~ 353 3, 67 | the child to be suitably brought up there is need for a ~ 354 3, 67 | when and where children are brought up among ~unbelievers. But 355 3, 67 | unbelievers. But if they are brought up among Catholic Christians, 356 3, 67 | reason of the children being brought ~up among Catholics, anyone 357 3, 69 | Hence in Ps. 22:2, "He hath ~brought me up on the water of refreshment," 358 3, 69 | a gloss says: "He has brought ~us up by an increase of 359 3, 69 | And on Ps. 22:2, "He hath brought me up on the ~water of refreshment," 360 3, 69 | regeneration, through not being brought for this intention."~Aquin.: 361 3, 70 | a sheep, or a goat, is ~brought forth, they shall be seven 362 3, 72 | of growth, whereby man is brought to the perfect age. So ~ 363 3, 72 | Old Law, ~since "the Law brought nothing to perfection" ( 364 3, 72 | clear that no one can be brought to ~perfect age unless he 365 3, 72 | seems that he should not be ~brought by another to the bishop 366 3, 72 | soldier. And therefore ~he is brought to the bishop, as to the 367 3, 73 | and growth, whereby man is brought to maturity: so ~likewise 368 3, 73 | the destroying Angel, and brought from the ~Egyptian captivity; 369 3, 74 | according to Ps. ~22:3: "He hath brought me up on the water of refreshment."~ 370 3, 75 | the Lord Jesus was Himself brought ~forth of a Virgin beyond 371 3, 79 | Further, the greater is not brought about by the lesser, for ~ 372 3, 82 | ecclesiastical unity, ~which is brought about by many being "one 373 3, 84 | condition into which sin has brought him, ~according to Prov. 374 3, 84 | repentest) for ~the evil brought upon man." It is therefore 375 3, 85 | were in labor, and have ~brought forth the spirit of salvation," 376 3, 86 | disorder of guilt is ~not brought back to the order of justice, 377 3, 88 | wastefulness a man would be brought back to the habit or disposition 378 3, 88 | given his freedom is not brought back ~to his previous state 379 Suppl, 1 | before, since a ~thing is brought into being but once.~ 380 Suppl, 2 | as original sin was not brought upon us by our ~own will, 381 Suppl, 15| greater ~suffering, as he has brought greater harm on himself 382 Suppl, 19| good things to come," and brought us ~"by His own blood" into 383 Suppl, 19| priesthood of the Old Law brought men "by the blood of goats 384 Suppl, 19| priesthood whereby man ~is brought into the heavenly kingdom, 385 Suppl, 21| OBJ 2: The devil cannot be brought to repentance, wherefore 386 Suppl, 25| merited it - and this is brought about by charity; thirdly, 387 Suppl, 28| door of the church. Having ~brought them into the church the 388 Suppl, 28| our Lord's Supper they are brought back into the church by ~ 389 Suppl, 29| glory, because "the Law brought ~nobody [Vulg.: 'nothing'] 390 Suppl, 31| this sacrament has to be brought in to ~the recipient, as 391 Suppl, 33| disease continues, and be ~brought again thereby to the same 392 Suppl, 41| Now a child cannot be brought up and instructed unless ~ 393 Suppl, 42| flesh." Now this is not brought about ~save by carnal intercourse. 394 Suppl, 45| union with the Church was brought about.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 395 Suppl, 45| expressed in words. For a man is brought under another's power by 396 Suppl, 51| than the king's son be brought to her, there is error about 397 Suppl, 52| sin, and thus slavery ~was brought in as a punishment of sin. 398 Suppl, 55| Divine authority, but is brought about contrary to ~Divine 399 Suppl, 59| marriage is the offspring to be brought ~up to the worship of God. 400 Suppl, 59| than those who have ~been brought up in the faith, it would 401 Suppl, 60| their own wives must be brought back to penance, ~and they 402 Suppl, 62| not now ~when the case is brought to the Church for judgment. 403 Suppl, 65| of the offspring to be ~brought up in the worship of God. 404 Suppl, 65| with a view to its ~being brought up in the worship of God. 405 Suppl, 65| imposed on those who were brought ~to the faith from among 406 Suppl, 67| OBJ 1: Christ's law alone brought mankind "to perfection" [* 407 Suppl, 69| prays for the faithful to be brought.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 408 Suppl, 71| not that they also may be brought to ashes like him, ~but 409 Suppl, 72| from the Lord, should be ~brought back to God by the saints 410 Suppl, 72| should we, by their means, be brought back to God, that ~we may 411 Suppl, 72| any particular nation is brought into the debate of the ~ 412 Suppl, 72| that the hearts of men be brought to subjection to the coming ~ 413 Suppl, 72| dispositions, ere they ~be brought to the newness of glory, 414 Suppl, 72| rest. Now local movement is brought to rest not by ~the action 415 Suppl, 72| Now all things will be brought to the most ~noble state 416 Suppl, 72| all that is foul will be brought together to the place of 417 Suppl, 72| the whole earth ~will be brought thither, according to Ps. 418 Suppl, 72| will those of the good be brought to ashes: for it is the ~ 419 Suppl, 72| Consumption there signifies being brought, not to nothing, ~but to 420 Suppl, 72| Rm. 5:15. Now death was brought in by sin, for if sin had 421 Suppl, 72| OBJ 5: Bodily death was brought about by Adam's sin which 422 Suppl, 74| matter of lower bodies ~were brought to the state of incorruption, 423 Suppl, 75| even as ~vinegar cannot be brought back to the quality of wine 424 Suppl, 76| the matter that will be ~brought back to restore the human 425 Suppl, 76| need for ~the parts to be brought back to the same position. 426 Suppl, 78| were of greater age to be brought back to a ~youthful age.~ 427 Suppl, 78| these human nature will be brought by the resurrection to the ~ 428 Suppl, 78| of human nature will be brought to that perfection which 429 Suppl, 78| otherwise those who could not be brought to a greater quantity by 430 Suppl, 79| the Article how this is ~brought about.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 431 Suppl, 80| be handled, which He had brought in ~through the closed doors, 432 Suppl, 85| term, wherein they ~are brought to their end. Now we distinguish 433 Suppl, 86| Vulg.: 'When He ~shall have brought to naught', etc.] all principality, 434 Suppl, 86| it is declared, will be brought to ~nought by Christ in 435 Suppl, 86| OBJ 3: Further, a man is brought to judgment that his merits 436 Suppl, 88| because this ~alteration was brought about by the Divine power. 437 Suppl, 88| although it would have brought forth thorns and thistles 438 Suppl, 88| to be renewed, when he is brought from a state of sorrow to 439 Suppl, 89| them is capable of being brought into ~conjunction with the 440 Suppl, 89| 24, "When He shall have brought to nought," etc. Therefore 441 Suppl, 92| marriage the dowered bride is brought to the dwelling of the bridegroom. ~ 442 Suppl, 92| Therefore since the saints are brought to Christ's dwelling when 443 Suppl, 92| the blessed when they are brought into ~glory are dowered 444 Suppl, 92| the saints, when they are brought into the abode of ~glory, 445 Suppl, 92| by actual vision. This is brought about by the habit of ~glory 446 Suppl, 93| fruit corresponds, man is ~brought to a kind of spiritual nature, 447 Suppl, 93| refers are believed to have ~brought death on themselves by Divine 448 Suppl, 96| that sinners ~should be brought to naught: because on account 449 Suppl, 96| being. But if sinners be brought to ~naught, their punishment 450 Suppl, 96| punishment of Christians is brought to an end by the mercy of ~ 451 Suppl, 96| punishment of Christians is ~brought to an end by the mercy of


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