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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | inasmuch as matter, before ~it receives its form, is in potentiality 2 1, 10 | is to subject; and thus receives unity from it. Whereas to ~ 3 1, 12 | imagination; but the imagination receives some form representing God ~ 4 1, 12 | perfectly in ~proportion as it receives a greater or lesser light 5 1, 13 | of the efficient cause, receives the ~similitude of the agent 6 1, 14 | diaphanous ~medium which receives it; and likewise, the diversity 7 1, 14 | vii): "God through Himself receives the vision of ~darkness, 8 1, 16 | the things from which it receives ~knowledge. The truth also 9 1, 16 | proposition that "Socrates sits", receives from the divine ~mind the 10 1, 21 | case ~with the mind that receives its knowledge from things. 11 1, 23 | mortal sin. Another person ~receives that crown thus lost, inasmuch 12 1, 23 | the state of grace, also receives the crown of ~the fallen 13 1, 23 | one ~way, inasmuch as he receives power from him: and to be 14 1, 25 | limited by anything that receives it, as ~is clear from what 15 1, 27 | what is generated in God receives ~its existence from the 16 1, 27 | mean that He Who proceeds receives divine existence from another; 17 1, 27 | Person proceeding as ~love receives the divine nature, but is 18 1, 33 | manifest that generation receives its ~species from the term 19 1, 33 | having by nature what He receives, as Basil also declares ~( 20 1, 35 | although by His procession He receives the nature of the ~Father, 21 1, 35 | Father, as the Son also receives it, nevertheless is not 22 1, 35 | born"; so, although He receives the likeness of the Father, 23 1, 36 | Therefore, because the Son receives from the Father that the 24 1, 38 | Son." But the Holy Ghost ~receives His proper name from the 25 1, 41 | be something ~permanent, receives as predicate the thing generated 26 1, 41 | generation what is generated receives the nature of the generator 27 1, 42 | there is something that receives. Since, therefore, the Son ~ 28 1, 42 | Since, therefore, the Son ~receives from the Father, this, namely, 29 1, 42 | species from matter, as ~sense receives the species from the sensible 30 1, 42 | from the Father, of Whom He receives His nature. Hence, Hilary 31 1, 45 | order, inasmuch as the Son receives ~the divine nature from 32 1, 45 | kind of order. For the Son receives it from the ~Father, and 33 1, 48 | For this ~kind of aptitude receives its intensity by the dispositions 34 1, 48 | and, on the contrary, it receives its remission by contrary 35 1, 50 | that one part of matter receives the ~corporeal form, and 36 1, 50 | corporeal form, and another receives the spiritual form. Matter, 37 1, 50 | its object, whence any act receives its ~species and nature. 38 1, 50 | clearly false. For matter ~receives the form, that thereby it 39 1, 50 | limited by the matter which ~receives it. But immaterial created 40 1, 54 | to all ~things, and each receives its species from its object. 41 1, 54 | text. 2,3,18. But an angel ~receives enlightenment from a higher 42 1, 55 | perfected by the form, but receives from some agent, now one 43 1, 61 | of ~its being produced, receives form from it. But since 44 1, 65 | serve ~that from which it receives its form. Corporeal forms, 45 1, 67 | mode ~in which the subject receives a quality differs as the 46 1, 67 | differs in ~which a subject receives a substantial form. For 47 1, 67 | substantial form. For when matter receives its ~form perfectly, the 48 1, 67 | For a spiritual nature receives its form by the enlightenment ~ 49 1, 69 | from the work by which it receives its form. But the words ~ 50 1, 74 | work by which the world receives ~its form. But as the giving 51 1, 75 | one ~potentiality which receives all acts, as there is one 52 1, 75 | each. For primary matter receives individual forms; whereas ~ 53 1, 75 | whereas ~the intelligence receives absolute forms. Hence the 54 1, 75 | intellectual soul; for it receives according to the manner 55 1, 75 | and those things which it receives are without contrariety; ~ 56 1, 76 | power is an act of a body, receives a ~form materially and individually; 57 1, 76 | Further, when the disciple receives knowledge from the master, 58 1, 77 | these two things an act receives its species, namely, from 59 1, 77 | color, inasmuch as substance receives an ~accident through the 60 1, 38 | Son." But the Holy Ghost ~receives His proper name from the 61 1, 41 | be something ~permanent, receives as predicate the thing generated 62 1, 41 | generation what is generated receives the nature of the generator 63 1, 42 | there is something that receives. Since, therefore, the Son ~ 64 1, 42 | Since, therefore, the Son ~receives from the Father, this, namely, 65 1, 42 | species from matter, as ~sense receives the species from the sensible 66 1, 42 | from the Father, of Whom He receives His nature. Hence, Hilary 67 1, 46 | order, inasmuch as the Son receives ~the divine nature from 68 1, 46 | kind of order. For the Son receives it from the ~Father, and 69 1, 49 | For this ~kind of aptitude receives its intensity by the dispositions 70 1, 49 | and, on the contrary, it receives its remission by contrary 71 1, 51 | that one part of matter receives the ~corporeal form, and 72 1, 51 | corporeal form, and another receives the spiritual form. Matter, 73 1, 51 | its object, whence any act receives its ~species and nature. 74 1, 51 | clearly false. For matter ~receives the form, that thereby it 75 1, 51 | limited by the matter which ~receives it. But immaterial created 76 1, 55 | to all ~things, and each receives its species from its object. 77 1, 55 | text. 2,3,18. But an angel ~receives enlightenment from a higher 78 1, 56 | perfected by the form, but receives from some agent, now one 79 1, 62 | of ~its being produced, receives form from it. But since 80 1, 66 | serve ~that from which it receives its form. Corporeal forms, 81 1, 68 | mode ~in which the subject receives a quality differs as the 82 1, 68 | differs in ~which a subject receives a substantial form. For 83 1, 68 | substantial form. For when matter receives its ~form perfectly, the 84 1, 68 | For a spiritual nature receives its form by the enlightenment ~ 85 1, 70 | from the work by which it receives its form. But the words ~ 86 1, 73 | work by which the world receives ~its form. But as the giving 87 1, 74 | one ~potentiality which receives all acts, as there is one 88 1, 74 | each. For primary matter receives individual forms; whereas ~ 89 1, 74 | whereas ~the intelligence receives absolute forms. Hence the 90 1, 74 | intellectual soul; for it receives according to the manner 91 1, 74 | and those things which it receives are without contrariety; ~ 92 1, 75 | power is an act of a body, receives a ~form materially and individually; 93 1, 75 | Further, when the disciple receives knowledge from the master, 94 1, 76 | these two things an act receives its species, namely, from 95 1, 76 | color, inasmuch as substance receives an ~accident through the 96 1, 77 | of preserving whatever ~receives it." Therefore we should 97 1, 77 | extrinsic agent; therefore it receives at once ~its nature and 98 1, 77 | knows nothing but what it ~receives from the senses; whence 99 1, 77 | follows that the power which receives the species of sensible 100 1, 78 | potentiality to something ~receives that to which it was in 101 1, 78 | each thing, ~inasmuch as it receives the intelligible species 102 1, 78 | fact, therefore, that it receives the species of intelligible 103 1, 78 | holds the forms which ~it receives, not only while it actually 104 1, 79 | things: for example, sense receives the species of all things 105 1, 83 | according to its own mode, receives under conditions of immateriality 106 1, 83 | more immaterially a thing receives the form of the thing ~known, 107 1, 83 | intelligible species of which it receives from the separate ~principles: 108 1, 83 | intelligence" ~from which it receives the species: neither is 109 1, 83 | nevertheless in a manner it receives from the senses, and its 110 1, 84 | as the ~faculty of sight receives the likeness of color and 111 1, 85 | to admit that the ~soul receives knowledge by participating 112 1, 85 | events, the imagination receives certain images of some such ~ 113 1, 87 | subject is made perfect and receives its perfection ~at one and 114 1, 87 | Therefore the ~passive intellect receives the intelligible object 115 1, 89 | Nature, Which is a pure act - receives ~nothing from any other - 116 1, 90 | adapted. For the rational soul receives the knowledge of truth in 117 1, 91 | anything added to it; unless it receives greater dimensions. This ~ 118 1, 103 | cause that "this matter" receives "this form." ~And this is 119 1, 104 | but is the subject that ~receives the effect of action. On 120 1, 105 | For the ~superior angel receives the knowledge of truth by 121 1, 107 | Thirdly, because the seat receives him who sits ~thereon, and 122 1, 111 | angels. But every angel receives the Divine ~enlightenment 123 1, 112 | for then it is that he receives ~that nature. Among the 124 1, 114 | intellect, of necessity, receives from the ~inferior apprehensive 125 1, 118 | understood ~that which first receives the human species, which 126 1, 118 | respect of that which he ~receives from him. But if the semen 127 1, 118 | therefore food ~first of all receives a certain common virtue 128 2, 1 | I answer that Each thing receives its species in respect of 129 2, 1 | and passion, each of these receives its ~species from an act; 130 2, 7 | another; as when the subject receives ~one accident by means of 131 2, 7 | other; for instance, a body receives color ~by means of its surface. 132 2, 11 | above (Q[3], ~A[4]), that receives the fruit of human life, 133 2, 13 | to some power or habit, receives a form or species ~from 134 2, 17 | slave is that of one who receives ~commands. But the body 135 2, 17 | other is the power that receives the ~command. Therefore 136 2, 20 | is directed to the end receives the aspect of good from 137 2, 22 | way, according as whatever receives something is passive, ~although 138 2, 22 | intention" it has in itself, or ~receives in its own way. Hence we 139 2, 22 | respect of which ~the organ receives an "intention" of the object. 140 2, 27 | loves him from whom he ~receives it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] 141 2, 31 | seeing the lovable object receives ~an impression of its image, 142 2, 32 | since this ~appreciation receives greater weight from the 143 2, 50 | remissness. For when a thing receives heat in ~this only that 144 2, 51 | being moved by another, it receives something ~from that which 145 2, 52 | respect of which a thing receives its species, must be something ~ 146 2, 52 | form, or anything at all, receives its specific ~nature in 147 2, 52 | text. 15) that when a thing receives form ~and shape, it is not 148 2, 52 | that from which a thing receives its species must ~remain 149 2, 52 | one part of the subject ~receives a form which it had not 150 2, 52 | participation; and this it receives ~through the agent's action.~ 151 2, 56 | by another, and one power receives from another.~Aquin.: SMT 152 2, 60 | its specific form which it receives from the agent. But ~we 153 2, 60 | agent. For sometimes it receives the form of the agent, ~ 154 2, 60 | Sometimes, however, the matter receives the form from the agent, 155 2, 62 | regards the intellect, man receives certain ~supernatural principles, 156 2, 69 | satiety, for thereby man receives more than he merited or 157 2, 72 | from which aspect ~sin receives its species. It is thus 158 2, 77 | repentance, becomes venial, i.e. receives pardon [veniam]. Thirdly, 159 2, 81 | inasmuch as this ~person receives his nature from his first 160 2, 88 | called ~venial: because a sin receives its acquittal [veniam] when 161 2, 90 | shares ~the direction that he receives from one who rules him. 162 2, 96 | matters in which the subject receives his orders from the ~emperor: 163 2, 102 | expiation, because Baptism receives from Christ's Passion the ~ 164 2, 109 | strives to rise from sin, he receives the light of justifying 165 2, 110 | from the love wherewith he receives him into his good "graces." ~ 166 2, 110 | implies something in ~him who receives grace: first, the gift given 167 2, 112 | perfectly to good, and man receives ~grace suddenly, according 168 2, 112 | flies to Him. Hence he ~receives grace of necessity.~Aquin.: 169 2, 112 | better prepared for grace, receives more ~grace. Yet it is not 170 2, 112 | so is grace. But whoever ~receives knowledge from God, knows 171 2, 112 | with equal reason, whoever receives grace from God, knows ~that 172 2, 112 | gift. Hence, the man who receives grace by the Holy Spirit, 173 2, 112 | receiveth it," because whoever receives it knows, by experiencing 174 2, 113 | 114], ~A[2]). Now a thing receives its form before operating 175 2, 113 | healing by nature or art, receives perfect ~health; and thus 176 2, 114 | God and in man. For a man receives all his power of ~well-doing 177 2, 114 | something ~condignly he receives it not from mercy, but from 178 2, 114 | received. Thus if a ~man receives a horse from his master, 179 2, 114 | charity. For when anyone receives the reward he merited no 180 2, 114 | man merits, he infallibly ~receives from God, unless hindered 181 2, 6 | unbelief. ~Therefore whoever receives from God the gift of faith, 182 2, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: He who receives faith from God without charity, 183 2, 15 | presuppose that everyone who ~receives the law is subject to the 184 2, 23 | or effort of the one ~who receives grace. But the Holy Ghost 185 2, 23 | consists in something extreme receives no ~increase. But charity 186 2, 23 | subjects: thus whiteness receives an increase when one ~white 187 2, 23 | the matter of such things receives one form in ~such a way, 188 2, 25 | in generation." Now man receives his soul, not ~from his 189 2, 25 | Q[118]. Therefore a man receives more from his mother than 190 2, 25 | the body; and the latter receives its form through the ~formative 191 2, 29 | equal to that which a man receives from his parents: wherefore 192 2, 59 | Offic. ii, 15): "He who receives becomes ~worse, and the 193 2, 59 | of ~individuals each one receives that which, in a way, is 194 2, 59 | distributive justice a person receives all the more of ~the common 195 2, 59 | have 5, and one of them ~receives 1 out of the other's belongings, 196 2, 60 | thing, when the ~latter receives so much the more according 197 2, 60 | unlawful, as when a woman receives payment for fornication: ~ 198 2, 78 | comparing the reward he receives with what he has done - 199 2, 81 | prayer belongs to one who receives through grace. The Son ~ 200 2, 81 | higher, even as the air receives the ~brightness of the sun. 201 2, 85 | a layman the things she ~receives under the title of tithe, 202 2, 87 | is good, and yet he that receives it ~"unworthily, eateth 203 2, 93 | something divine, but rather receives something divine. Then ~ 204 2, 95 | superstition. The greater sin receives the greater punishment. 205 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 2: The priest receives money, not as the price 206 2, 98 | spiritual things. Moreover, he receives a statutory payment from 207 2, 98 | sacred Order simoniacally, receives ~the character of the Order 208 2, 98 | knowingly and spontaneously, receives Orders or an ~ecclesiastical 209 2, 101 | just as the king's robe receives the ~same honor as the king 210 2, 104 | thanksgiving, because he receives a greater ~gift from God, 211 2, 104 | innocent, because what he receives from God ~is more gratuitously 212 2, 104 | says (De Benef. ~ii): "Who receives a favor gratefully, has 213 2, 104 | beneficence, which a son receives from his parents ~namely, 214 2, 105 | to deceive the person who receives assistance, in order that 215 2, 105 | that is ungrateful when he receives a ~favor sins against the 216 2, 117 | cares not whence or how he receives. Wherefore he is prodigal 217 2, 120 | Vulg.: 'If a man,' etc.] receives ~circumcision on the Sabbath 218 2, 142 | Para. 2/2~An attestation receives weight from its effect by 219 2, 144 | Wherefore one virtue receives help and ~commendation from 220 2, 144 | the virtue of abstinence receives commendation on account 221 2, 154 | so far as the intellect receives from the senses, and the ~ 222 2, 165 | like to God, and which he receives ~from God, cannot be an 223 2, 166 | a man neither gives nor receives ~the pleasures of conversation. 224 2, 172 | prophecy. Now one prophet receives revelation through various 225 2, 174 | whoever is not ~in the Church, receives not the Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 226 2, 175 | Now the knowledge a man receives ~from God cannot be turned 227 2, 176 | the soul of the man who receives it since miracles are wrought 228 2, 176 | the ~knowledge which a man receives from God needs to be brought 229 2, 178 | as regards the things ~he receives from God, he needs "prayer," 230 2, 178 | as regards the ~things he receives from man, he needs "hearing," 231 2, 178 | hearing," in so far as he receives ~from the spoken word, and " 232 2, 178 | reading," in so far as he receives from the ~tradition of Holy 233 2, 182 | bishop, "is ordained, he receives on his head the most ~holy 234 2, 182 | receiving a certain order a ~man receives the power of exercising 235 2, 182 | from the fact that a man receives a sacred order a man is 236 2, 182 | governments the king ~alone receives a solemn blessing, while 237 2, 182 | archdeacon or parish priest receives ~his cure by simple appointment; 238 2, 186 | example and ~reproof which he receives from others; for as Gregory 239 2, 187 | by ~entering religion one receives the same grace as by being 240 2, 187 | undertakes the cure of ~souls, receives an awful warning in the 241 3, 2 | not so ~that His Nature receives therefrom any addition or 242 3, 2 | whatever belongs to ~man and receives its predication. Therefore, 243 3, 6 | form, at the same time it receives that ~form; hence the alteration 244 3, 7 | He gives them as God and receives ~them as man. Hence Gregory 245 3, 7 | inflowing cause, the more it receives. And hence the soul of Christ, ~ 246 3, 7 | other rational creatures, ~receives the greatest outpouring 247 3, 8 | the soul is its ~form, it receives from the soul life and the 248 3, 9 | new habit, through what he receives from the senses (otherwise 249 3, 10 | creature. Hence it more fully receives the light in ~which God 250 3, 13 | with the Person, the Man receives omnipotence in ~time, which 251 3, 19 | from which the operation ~receives its species. Hence from 252 3, 22 | every genus is such that it receives nothing in that genus: thus 253 3, 25 | adorations, for instance that He receives one honor on account of 254 3, 29 | very form, ~from which it receives its species; while the second 255 3, 33 | imperfectly disposed, it receives an ~imperfect soul; and 256 3, 33 | perfectly disposed, it ~receives a perfect soul. But Christ' 257 3, 37 | quality of the person who ~receives the name; thus it is written ( 258 3, 38 | whoever is baptized either receives something from the ~baptism 259 3, 40 | it is written that a man receives ~circumcision on the Sabbath-day. 260 3, 43 | action, and the human action receives power ~from the Divine Nature, 261 3, 51 | Jesus in clean ~linen, who receives Him with a pure soul." Hence, 262 3, 55 | Further, just as our faith receives its surety from Scripture, 263 3, 59 | unchangeable condition, and ~receives its judgment. But the body 264 3, 61 | things, ~seeing that he receives assistance through them: 265 3, 62 | presenting a leaden coin, receives, by the king's command, 266 3, 63 | particular end, to which he, who receives the character is ordained: ~ 267 3, 64 | approaches a sacrament, receives it from a minister ~of the 268 3, 64 | in the ministry, he that receives a sacrament from him, does 269 3, 64 | in the ministry, he that receives a ~sacrament from him sins, 270 3, 64 | the very fact that anyone receives the sacraments ~from them, 271 3, 64 | doing. He also sins that receives a ~sacrament from such a 272 3, 65 | the sacrament of order man receives the power of ~agent in sacramental 273 3, 65 | Hier. iii) that "No one receives ~hierarchical perfection 274 3, 66 | especially to faith, by which man receives spiritual life, ~according 275 3, 66 | then instituted, when it receives the power of producing ~ 276 3, 66 | 1~I answer that, Baptism receives its consecration from its 277 3, 66 | In ~like manner a man receives the effect of Baptism by 278 3, 66 | with ~his blood. The former receives the Holy Ghost by the imposition 279 3, 67 | unity, wherefore also he receives the ~right to approach our 280 3, 67 | says (Ethic. viii), a son receives from ~his father, "being, 281 3, 68 | absolution is given when a ~man receives Baptism, or suffers martyrdom: 282 3, 68 | renounce his unbelief. Yet each receives ~the sacrament if it be 283 3, 68 | while in the ~mother's womb receives nourishment not independently, 284 3, 68 | Baptism ~which the mother receives does not overflow on to 285 3, 69 | Wherefore a Christian receives grace in Baptism, as to 286 3, 69 | Hence it is clear that man ~receives grace and virtues in Baptism.~ 287 3, 69 | ad 2; Q[68], A[2]) man receives the ~forgiveness of sins 288 3, 69 | and yet when he actually receives Baptism, he ~receives a 289 3, 69 | actually receives Baptism, he ~receives a fuller remission, as to 290 3, 69 | ungodly." Therefore a child ~receives neither sanctifying grace 291 3, 69 | as from the same fire, he receives more heat who approaches 292 3, 69 | ways. First, because one receives greater grace in Baptism ~ 293 3, 69 | Christ, in so far as he receives Christ's sacrament. And 294 3, 69 | approaches Baptism insincerely, receives the ~sacrament without charity. 295 3, 69 | a thing is generated, it receives together with ~the form, 296 3, 69 | when a man is ~baptized, he receives the character, which is 297 3, 69 | is like a form; and he ~receives in consequence its proper 298 3, 70 | to Jn. 7:23: "(If) a ~man receives circumcision on the sabbath-day, 299 3, 72 | of generation whereby man receives life of the body, there 300 3, 72 | though the baptismal water receives a kind of ~blessing before 301 3, 72 | two ways, viz. ~when it receives the form of an instrument, 302 3, 72 | those in respect of which he receives power in Baptism. For in ~ 303 3, 72 | Baptism. For in ~Baptism he receives power to do those things 304 3, 72 | whereas in Confirmation he ~receives power to do those things 305 3, 72 | just as he who is baptized receives the power of testifying 306 3, 72 | so he who is confirmed receives the ~power of publicly confessing 307 3, 72 | subject. Since, therefore, man receives sanctifying ~grace in Baptism, 308 3, 72 | in this sacrament man receives ~the Holy Ghost for strength 309 3, 72 | this reason ~he also who receives this sacrament, has someone 310 3, 73 | life, since thereby man ~receives life; and growth, whereby 311 3, 73 | the baptized, but when it receives the grace of the Holy Ghost, 312 3, 75 | For, ~if it be a form that receives more and less, it is acquired 313 3, 75 | receiving the form, it receives it suddenly, as a transparent 314 3, 75 | transmutation the matter of ~the one receives the form of the other, the 315 3, 76 | Sacramentarium): ~"Each receives Christ the Lord, Who is 316 3, 77 | retains its ~own nature, and receives miraculously the power and 317 3, 79 | by this sacrament grace receives increase, and the ~spiritual 318 3, 79 | But in this sacrament man ~receives Christ within himself by 319 3, 79 | through this sacrament man receives the ~effect of Christ's 320 3, 79 | But through Baptism man receives forgiveness ~of all punishment, 321 3, 79 | the baptized person alone receives effect of ~Baptism. Therefore, 322 3, 80 | spiritual eating, by which one receives the effect of this sacrament, ~ 323 3, 80 | anyone, while in mortal ~sin, receives this sacrament, he purchases 324 3, 80 | saints. Therefore, whoever receives this ~sacrament, expresses 325 3, 80 | is manifest that whoever ~receives this sacrament while in 326 3, 80 | A[7]). ~But he who eats, receives not only the sacramental 327 3, 80 | nevertheless the sinner who receives Christ's body commits sin, 328 3, 80 | Hence the ~unbeliever who receives this sacrament sins more 329 3, 80 | itself. But the believer who receives the ~sacrament with consciousness 330 3, 80 | character in this sacrament; He receives Christ Himself, ~Whose virtue 331 3, 82 | Reply OBJ 4: The bishop receives power to act on Christ's 332 3, 82 | the Church; but the priest receives no ~such power in his consecration, 333 3, 82 | A[3]), ~that the sinner receives Christ's body sacramentally, 334 3, 82 | whoever hears ~their mass or receives the sacraments from them, 335 3, 83 | Church's statute, whether he receives or ~not.~Aquin.: SMT TP 336 3, 83 | in this case, whether he receives the body without the blood, 337 3, 83 | incomplete, or whether he receives neither the body ~nor the 338 3, 84 | since even in Baptism man receives the Holy ~Ghost, without 339 3, 84 | of sin. Now the penitent ~receives forgiveness of his sins 340 3, 84 | Consequently, although a man receives forgiveness ~of past sins 341 3, 86 | because sometimes a man receives pardon for a sin of ~which 342 3, 86 | so that, in ~Baptism, man receives the remission of all debt 343 3, 86 | with such ~power, that it receives at once perfect spiritual 344 3, 86 | edition] from which the water ~receives its power - and, similarly, 345 3, 88 | regard ~to the penitent who receives this favor, we find on his 346 3, 89 | free-will, the ~penitent receives greater or lesser grace. 347 Suppl, 1 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, matter receives perfection when privation 348 Suppl, 1 | while guilt remained, ~receives perfection through being 349 Suppl, 6 | of grace, and before he receives ~them, either actually or 350 Suppl, 8 | real ~sacrament that one receives from another.~Aquin.: SMT 351 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, he that receives the sacrament of Baptism, 352 Suppl, 8 | matter itself, so that a man receives the sacrament whosoever 353 Suppl, 10| man offers an obstacle, he receives, through the very fact of ~ 354 Suppl, 10| confession and absolution he receives an increase of grace, and ~ 355 Suppl, 10| excuses from sin. Therefore he receives forgiveness, and then the 356 Suppl, 11| secret, which the ~latter receives under the seal of confession. 357 Suppl, 14| satisfaction; even as he who receives the ~Eucharist without being 358 Suppl, 14| he that is nearer to God receives more of His good things. ~ 359 Suppl, 18| OBJ 3: Further, the priest receives more power by his consecration 360 Suppl, 18| Now the baptismal water ~receives the power "to touch the 361 Suppl, 18| afterwards, he actually receives Baptism, his grace is increased, ~ 362 Suppl, 19| he that submits to ~them receives their effect.~Aquin.: SMT 363 Suppl, 21| he says that "the devil receives greater power ~of assaulting 364 Suppl, 25| prize too highly the gift he receives, but a just estimate ~according 365 Suppl, 26| alone, like a ~bridegroom, receives the ring of the Church. 366 Suppl, 27| contrary, A dead member receives no inflow from the other 367 Suppl, 27| dead member. ~Therefore he receives no inflow, through indulgences, 368 Suppl, 29| the sacrament), so that he receives no effect at all. Hence 369 Suppl, 30| matter how devoutly he ~receives it. Therefore bodily health 370 Suppl, 34| other sacraments, because he receives them for the ~perfecting 371 Suppl, 34| somewhat actively, since he receives it for the sake of ~exercising 372 Suppl, 35| presupposed in one who receives orders, so that he may be 373 Suppl, 35| and consequently ~whoever receives power from above receives 374 Suppl, 35| receives power from above receives also those things that render ~ 375 Suppl, 35| not ~reordained, but he receives what was lacking, according 376 Suppl, 36| wicked man be ordained, he receives ~the Order none the less, 377 Suppl, 36| unworthily, ~even so he receives unworthily.~Aquin.: SMT 378 Suppl, 36| approaches nearer to God and receives more of His ~favors. Therefore 379 Suppl, 36| exercising his order, he ~who receives or demands any Divine thing 380 Suppl, 36| life is required in one who receives an order, that ~he may be 381 Suppl, 37| and water; wherefore he ~receives an empty cruet. The ministry 382 Suppl, 37| in natural things ~matter receives from one and the same agent 383 Suppl, 37| belongs to the subdeacon who ~receives the offerings from the people 384 Suppl, 37| subdeacon at his ~ordination receives an empty chalice, while 385 Suppl, 37| chalice, while the priest receives a full ~chalice, so the 386 Suppl, 37| chalice, so the acolyte receives an empty cruet, but the 387 Suppl, 37| we should reply that he receives the power to do this by 388 Suppl, 37| because the ~subdeacon receives the character at the handing 389 Suppl, 37| imprinted on the priest when he receives the chalice.~Aquin.: SMT 390 Suppl, 37| consecrate Christ's body. Now he receives the power to this effect 391 Suppl, 37| him. Hence the acolyte receives the character when he is 392 Suppl, 38| 1~OBJ 2: Further, a man receives the power of Order, when 393 Suppl, 38| sacrament; wherefore he receives the character through the ~ 394 Suppl, 38| other hand, the acolyte ~receives the character by virtue 395 Suppl, 38| indelibly. But a bishop receives no character when he is 396 Suppl, 38| raised to the episcopate he receives a power ~which he retains 397 Suppl, 39| sacrament; and without these one receives the sacrament, but not ~ 398 Suppl, 39| episcopate whereby a man receives power also over the mystical 399 Suppl, 39| man, from the fact that he receives an Order, is bound ~to minister 400 Suppl, 39| however, he be ~raised, he receives the Order, because freedom 401 Suppl, 40| thereto; so that a person receives a ~character when he receives 402 Suppl, 40| receives a ~character when he receives the tonsure, and consequently 403 Suppl, 40| his promotion a bishop ~receives a spiritual power in respect 404 Suppl, 40| designate this perfection, he ~receives the pallium which surrounds 405 Suppl, 42| since in matrimony man receives by Divine institution ~the 406 Suppl, 42| begetting of children, he also ~receives the grace without which 407 Suppl, 45| each of the married parties receives power over the other's body ( 408 Suppl, 47| fear to receive ~Baptism, receives the sacrament. Therefore 409 Suppl, 49| from the power which each receives over the other. ~Consequently 410 Suppl, 52| he who enters religion or receives orders binds himself ~to 411 Suppl, 53| his ~wife be unwilling, he receives the character of order: 412 Suppl, 53| or if she be dead, ~he receives both the order and the exercise.~ 413 Suppl, 54| which causes consanguinity, ~receives a further addition of new 414 Suppl, 56| by carnal procreation man receives natural being, ~so by the 415 Suppl, 56| so by the sacraments he receives the spiritual being of grace. 416 Suppl, 56| part of the person who receives the child after birth. Therefore 417 Suppl, 60| provocation which the husband ~receives by such a deed to kill his 418 Suppl, 62| control which the husband receives over his ~wife is an aggravating 419 Suppl, 64| OBJ 4: Just as the wife receives power over her husband's 420 Suppl, 66| present himself for orders, he receives the character. Wherefore 421 Suppl, 69| OBJ 3: The separated soul receives nothing directly from corporeal ~ 422 Suppl, 69| in the state of the way, receives at once its ~reward or punishment, 423 Suppl, 70| Further, whatsoever is patient receives something from the agent. ~ 424 Suppl, 71| sowing. Therefore a person receives ~no fruit from the suffrages 425 Suppl, 71| Divine justice if a man ~receives the fruit of the works done 426 Suppl, 71| to be offered ~for him, receives the full meed of those suffrages, 427 Suppl, 71| clear that if one person receives a lesson he loses nothing 428 Suppl, 71| alone; for although the one receives assistance from more ~sources 429 Suppl, 79| received: thus the pupil receives the ~species of whiteness 430 Suppl, 79| Every subject of passion receives the action of the agent ~ 431 Suppl, 81| outflow of glory which it receives from the soul, ~there will 432 Suppl, 83| being, just as the air ~receives heat from fire materially; 433 Suppl, 83| like that whereby the soul ~receives the likeness of things: 434 Suppl, 93| reward, which is the "aurea," receives ~the name of "aureole," 435 Suppl, 93| doctors: even as money receives the name of debt through 436 Suppl, 93| But, even if the wound he receives be not mortal, yet be the 437 Suppl, 96| strikes one in authority receives a greater punishment than


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