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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Christ, as the head and ~members. Of all these things, in 2 1, 3 | If, therefore, the primal members of these ~genera are not 3 1, 20 | especially those who are members of His only-begotten Son 4 1, 20 | loved Christ more in His members, and therefore was ~loved 5 1, 27 | Know you not that your members ~are the temple of the Holy 6 1, 33 | naturally belongs to some ~members of its genus; as for instance 7 1, 38 | are ~portioned out to the members of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 44 | and passion are opposite members of a division. ~But as the 9 1, 51 | other powers by the other members, as Dionysius teaches ~( 10 1, 75 | executes motion in adapting the members for obeying the appetite; 11 1, 38 | are ~portioned out to the members of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 45 | and passion are opposite members of a division. ~But as the 13 1, 52 | other powers by the other members, as Dionysius teaches ~( 14 1, 74 | executes motion in adapting the members for obeying the appetite; 15 1, 77 | the fact that when the members are deprived of their natural 16 1, 80 | I see another law in my members fighting against the ~law 17 1, 80 | despotic power, because the members of the body cannot in any 18 1, 93 | were lacking in the bodily members of the first man, though 19 1, 97 | animals, as the corporeal members ~make it clear. So we cannot 20 1, 97 | cannot allow that these members would not have had a ~natural 21 1, 97 | a ~natural use, as other members had, before sin.~Aquin.: 22 1, 97 | concupiscence. All the bodily members would have been equally ~ 23 1, 98 | body as to the use of its members immediately after birth?~ 24 1, 98 | body, as to the use of its members, ~immediately after birth. 25 1, 98 | sufficient strength to use ~their members. But man is nobler than 26 1, 98 | have strength to use his members at birth; and ~thus it appears 27 1, 109 | Further, the corporeal members obey the concept of the 28 1, 116 | so that if one of ~the members become lifeless, it does 29 1, 118 | into the ~texture of the members." But the texture of the 30 1, 118 | But the texture of the members belongs to true ~human nature. 31 1, 118 | into the substance of the members. For this solution, ~if 32 1, 118 | into the substance of ~the members. Therefore the semen is 33 2, 5 | by ~Baptism they are made members of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS 34 2, 6 | can prevent the exterior members from ~executing the will' 35 2, 15 | sovereign power of urging his members to, or restraining ~them 36 2, 16 | powers of the soul or the members of the body; as the ~intellect, 37 2, 16 | 2: Further, to apply the members to action is to use them. 38 2, 16 | irrational animals apply their members to action; for instance, 39 2, 16 | Animals by means of their members do something from natural ~ 40 2, 16 | knowing the relation of their members to these ~operations. Wherefore, 41 2, 16 | they do not apply their members ~to action, nor do they 42 2, 17 | the acts of the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 17 | and the heart, the other members.~~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 44 2, 17 | OBJ 2: Just as each of the members of the body works not for ~ 45 2, 17 | I see another law in my members, fighting against the law 46 2, 17 | the acts of the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 17 | It would seem that the members of the body do not obey 48 2, 17 | For it is evident that the members of the body are more ~distant 49 2, 17 | Therefore much less do the members of the body obey.~Aquin.: 50 2, 17 | the movement of the bodily members ~is not subject to the command 51 2, 17 | movement ~of the genital members is sometimes inopportune 52 2, 17 | Therefore the movements of the members ~are not obedient to reason.~ 53 2, 17 | 1/1~I answer that, The members of the body are organs of 54 2, 17 | obedience to reason, so do the members of the body stand in respect ~ 55 2, 17 | therefore all movements of ~members, that are moved by the sensitive 56 2, 17 | whereas those movements of members, that arise from ~the natural 57 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The members do not move themselves, 58 2, 17 | that the movement of these members does not obey ~reason: in 59 2, 17 | this is as follows. These members ~are stirred at the occasion 60 2, 22 | law, did the work in our members." ~Now sins are, properly 61 2, 24 | nearer than the outward members to the reason and ~will; 62 2, 24 | and actions of the outward members are ~morally good or evil, 63 2, 24 | the actions of the outward members be ~controlled by the law 64 2, 24 | appetite, nor ~again bodily members: and so in them good does 65 2, 26 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the members of this division are related 66 2, 29 | hatred. For "the ~opposite members of a division are naturally 67 2, 29 | and hatred are opposite members of a division, since they 68 2, 29 | Reply OBJ 1: The opposite members of a division are sometimes 69 2, 35 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the members of a division should be 70 2, 44 | trembling in all the external members. But such is not the ~case. 71 2, 44 | power ~in controlling the members: which lack of power is 72 2, 44 | whereby the soul moves those members, as ~stated in De Anima 73 2, 44 | trembles, as ~also those members which are connected with 74 2, 44 | else because the aforesaid members are more mobile. For ~which 75 2, 44 | mover, but by the bodily members as instruments. Now action 76 2, 44 | account of the outward ~members being deprived, through 77 2, 48 | thereof in ~their outer members. For, as Gregory says (Moral. 78 2, 48 | effect even the outward members. Consequently, of all the 79 2, 48 | anger reaches to the outward members, and chiefly to those members ~ 80 2, 48 | members, and chiefly to those members ~which reflect more distinctly 81 2, 48 | tongue and other outward members.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 82 2, 48 | movements of the outward members are hindered by the ~inordinate 83 2, 48 | immobility ~of the outward members; and sometimes even death. 84 2, 49 | that man, or one of his ~members, is called healthy, "when 85 2, 50 | their nature, just as the ~members of the body, for there are 86 2, 56 | by ~reason, we "yield our members to serve justice"; so also, 87 2, 61 | virtues. For "the opposite members of a division are by nature ~ 88 2, 61 | the virtues are opposite members of the division of the ~ 89 2, 61 | divided into its species, the ~members of the division are on a 90 2, 71 | undue disposition of bodily members or of any things ~whatever.~ 91 2, 73 | commensuration of humors or ~members. The same applies to vices 92 2, 74 | because then even the external members of the ~body, which are 93 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The members of the body are not principles 94 2, 74 | the acts of the external members are actions that pass into ~ 95 2, 74 | sovereign power of moving the members ~to action, or of restraining 96 2, 74 | powers and of the external members may be ~mortal sins, in 97 2, 77 | I see another law in my ~members, fighting against the law 98 2, 77 | Now the law that is in the members is concupiscence, of ~which 99 2, 77 | so that the humors and ~members of the human body cease 100 2, 77 | its full effect; since the members are not ~put to work, except 101 2, 77 | Vulg.: 'did work'] in our members to bring forth fruit ~unto 102 2, 81 | civil matters, all who are members of one community are reputed 103 2, 81 | of Adam, are as so many members of ~one body. Now the action 104 2, 81 | the first mover of the members. Wherefore a murder which 105 2, 81 | soul's will ~moves all the members to their actions. Hence 106 2, 81 | the soul into the bodily members is ~called "actual." And 107 2, 81 | sin is transmitted to the members of the body, through their ~ 108 2, 81 | transmitted to all such members as have an inborn aptitude 109 2, 81 | generation, even as the members are moved by the soul to 110 2, 83 | I see another law in my ~members fighting against the law 111 2, 83 | nutritive power and the internal members, which ~have no natural 112 2, 83 | in the movements of the ~members of generation, which are 113 2, 83 | subject to reason. Now those members ~serve the generative power 114 2, 84 | relation of order to the other ~members, in so far as sensation 115 2, 89 | inward disposition of the members and colors, the ~other resulting 116 2, 90 | I see another law in my members," etc. But ~nothing pertaining 117 2, 90 | pertaining to reason is in the members; since the reason does not ~ 118 2, 90 | the inclination of the members to concupiscence is called " 119 2, 90 | called "the law of the ~members."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[90] A[ 120 2, 91 | I see another law in my ~members, fighting against the law 121 2, 93 | reason does. And as the members of the human body are moved 122 2, 102 | body composed of most pure ~members. More over it was gilded: 123 2, 102 | on the comeliness of the ~members; which denotes avarice. 124 2, 104 | foreigners; a fourth, of members ~of the same household, 125 2, 105 | suitable precepts about the members of the ~household?~Aquin.: 126 2, 105 | unsuitable precepts ~about the members of the household. For a 127 2, 105 | judicial precepts ~about the members of the household.~Aquin.: 128 2, 105 | mutual relations of the members of a household regard ~everyday 129 2, 105 | mutual relations of the members of a household admit of 130 2, 111 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, members of a division are mutually 131 2, 111 | grace is common to all ~members of the Church, but gratuitous 132 2, 111 | gift of the ~more exalted members of the Church. Hence gratuitous 133 2, 4 | two things are ~opposite members of a division, one cannot 134 2, 4 | are stated to be opposite members of a division, as ~different 135 2, 4 | are not common to ~all the members of the Church: wherefore 136 2, 4 | lifeless faith is common to all members of the Church, ~because 137 2, 10 | OBJ 2: Further, all the members of a prince's household 138 2, 10 | some of the faithful were members of unbelieving princes' ~ 139 2, 10 | to the Church and ~her members, the Church made the law 140 2, 10 | not ~subject to her or her members, in temporal matters, although 141 2, 12 | disorder appears in all his ~members. First, in his mouth, whereby 142 2, 13 | spiritual good, whereby the members of the Church are united 143 2, 17 | the ~devil as regards his members, whose hope will fail utterly: 144 2, 24 | 13: "Present . . . your members as instruments of ~justice 145 2, 32 | sins . . . did work in ~our members to bring forth fruit unto 146 2, 33 | inordinate ~movements of members of his body; while if it 147 2, 37 | connection or communion of the members of the ~Church, and again 148 2, 37 | subordination of all the members of the Church ~to the one 149 2, 37 | hold communion with ~those members of the Church who acknowledge 150 2, 37 | from communion with the members of the Church, and in ~this 151 2, 39 | concupiscences, which war in your members?" But anger is not in ~the 152 2, 47 | prudence. When ~two things are members of a division, one is not 153 2, 59 | to the state ~but to the members of a family, and such distribution 154 2, 59 | be distributed ~among the members of the community" (Ethic. 155 2, 61 | is taken from among the members of a particular ~Church, 156 2, 62 | infectious to the other members, it will be both praiseworthy 157 2, 63 | inquiry:~(1) The mutilation of members;~(2) Blows;~(3) Imprisonment;~( 158 2, 63 | should be entire in its members, and it is contrary to nature 159 2, 63 | movement or use of the members, and this is hindered by 160 2, 63 | abuses the free use of his ~members, he becomes a fitting matter 161 2, 71 | who detract Christ in His members and slay the souls of future 162 2, 71 | hindering the faith of His ~members, disparage His Godhead, 163 2, 79 | external actions belong to the members of the flesh. ~Therefore 164 2, 79 | things that are opposite members of a division are not ~identified 165 2, 80 | in men of simplicity and members of the female sex, who ~ 166 2, 81 | the lower powers and ~the members of the body, but also human 167 2, 81 | things, whether bodily ~members, or those external things 168 2, 85 | people. Wherefore those members ~of the clergy as such, 169 2, 102 | since they have become members of ~Christ's body, are men 170 2, 107 | the use of the external members, in so far as this use is 171 2, 107 | he uses both habits and members, utters external signs ~ 172 2, 114 | concupiscences which war in your members?" Now it would seem contrary 173 2, 120 | concupiscences which war in your members?" Now the concupiscence 174 2, 121 | instrument, ~just as it uses the members of the body. Nor is it unbecoming 175 2, 140 | 5, "Mortify . . ~. your members upon the earth, which are . . . 176 2, 140 | concupiscence" [*Vulg.: ~'your members which are upon the earth, 177 2, 143 | parts he ~means the baser members, and by comely parts the 178 2, 143 | comely parts the beautiful members. ~Therefore the honest and 179 2, 149 | make moderate use of bodily members in accordance with the judgment 180 2, 149 | movements of the other external members. Now man is ~ashamed not 181 2, 152 | Shall I . . . take the members of Christ, and make them 182 2, 152 | Christ, and make them the members of a ~harlot?" Therefore 183 2, 152 | mortal sins. And just as the members ~of our body are Christ' 184 2, 152 | of our body are Christ's members, so too, our spirit is one 185 2, 153 | genus are not co-ordinate members of the same division. But 186 2, 162 | cover the shame of those members wherein the ~rebellion of 187 2, 165 | pride of life, which are members of the same division (1 ~ 188 2, 166 | reason, since the outward members are ~set in motion at the 189 2, 167 | to be the less honorable ~members of the body, about these 190 2, 175 | Church, He provides also the members of the Church with ~speech; 191 2, 178 | moves not only the bodily members to ~perform external actions, 192 2, 181 | his other ~intermediate members disposed in becoming order; 193 2, 181 | head, flows forth to His members in various ways, ~for the 194 2, 181 | in one body we have many members, but all ~the members have 195 2, 181 | many members, but all ~the members have not the same office, 196 2, 181 | is Christ's body, for the members to be ~differentiated by 197 2, 181 | natural body the various members are held ~together in unity 198 2, 181 | the peace of the various members is preserved by the ~power 199 2, 181 | schism ~in the body, but the members might be mutually careful 200 2, 181 | difference among the members of ~the Church is directed 201 2, 182 | the ~disposition of its members and in such things as are 202 2, 185 | ordinary cure; especially members of ~religious orders that 203 2, 186 | which even ~the individual members of a community wax proud 204 2, 187 | orders of canons regular, the members of which are ~essentially 205 2, 187 | be ~lawful, supposing the members to be lay monks, to pass 206 3, 2 | and likewise of divers ~members. But this cannot be said 207 3, 2 | quantitative parts, as the ~members make up the body; for the 208 3, 2 | the body of man or his ~members. Hence Nestorius held that 209 3, 2 | repeated regeneration of us His members." But no ~merits preceded 210 3, 8 | sense and motion to the members. Now ~spiritual sense and 211 3, 8 | of a man, which in divers members has divers ~acts, as the 212 3, 8 | exterior, whereas in the other ~members there is only touch, and 213 3, 8 | and movement ~of the other members, together with the direction 214 3, 8 | bestowing grace on all the members of the Church, according 215 3, 8 | over the other ~exterior members; but the heart has a certain 216 3, 8 | head is the first of the members, as was said ~above (A[1], 217 3, 8 | First, inasmuch as the ~"members of the body are presented 218 3, 8 | no relation except to the members of its body. Now the ~unbaptized 219 3, 8 | the ~unbaptized are nowise members of the Church which is the 220 3, 8 | mystical body, that the members of the natural body are ~ 221 3, 8 | are ~all together, and the members of the mystical are not 222 3, 8 | therefore ~consider the members of the mystical body not 223 3, 8 | world, wholly cease to be members of Christ, as being no longer 224 3, 8 | which they are free who are members of ~Christ by the actual 225 3, 8 | with these ~sins are not members of Christ actually, but 226 3, 8 | angels. ~For the head and members are of one nature. But Christ 227 3, 8 | bestowing ~grace on the Church's members. But it belongs to others 228 3, 8 | head influences the other members in two ways. First, ~by 229 3, 8 | from the head to the other members; secondly, by a certain 230 3, 8 | the influence over the ~members of the Church, as regards 231 3, 8 | except that all ~these are members of one Shepherd?" So likewise 232 3, 8 | heads, inasmuch as they are members of the one Head and ~Foundation. 233 3, 8 | xlvii), "He gave to ~His members to be shepherds; yet none 234 3, 8 | sense and movement into the members, as ~a gloss says, on Eph. 235 3, 8 | not only influences ~the members interiorly, but also governs 236 3, 8 | distinguished from the members. Therefore Anti-christ is 237 3, 8 | has an influence over the members. But ~Anti-christ has no 238 3, 15 | speaking in the person of His members, says (Ps. 21:2): "The words 239 3, 19 | the human body has divers members of different form, and ~ 240 3, 19 | inasmuch as they are His members.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 241 3, 19 | Whom all are united, as members to a head, who constitute 242 3, 19 | inasmuch as ~they are His members; even as in a man the action 243 3, 19 | in ~a manner to all his members, since it perceives not 244 3, 19 | alone, but for all the members.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 245 3, 19 | grace, extends to all His members.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[19] A[ 246 3, 20 | Himself, but also in His members by the full ~participation 247 3, 25 | is not by reason of these members being honored of themselves: 248 3, 25 | blessed martyrs, as ~being the members of Christ, should be worshiped 249 3, 25 | saints of God, as being members of Christ, the children 250 3, 27 | of the flesh" or "of the members" (Rm. 7:23,25).~Aquin.: 251 3, 28 | thereby signify that His members would be born, after the ~ 252 3, 29 | understand this of the devil's members. For, after giving the ~ 253 3, 37 | spiritually "fulfilled" ~in His members. Now, the Law contained 254 3, 37 | perfection of ~Christ and His members. Again, "both these animals, 255 3, 41 | suffering from him and his members, so as ~to conquer the devil 256 3, 41 | to be ~crucified by His members." And we understand Him 257 3, 41 | submitted to be killed by His members; else the devil would not 258 3, 42 | all His disciples who are members of His body. Consequently, 259 3, 42 | wrote nothing: since His members put forth that which they ~ 260 3, 46 | upon which were fixed the members ~of Him dying was even the 261 3, 46 | with regard to His bodily members. In His ~head He suffered 262 3, 48 | might overflow into His members; and ~therefore Christ's 263 3, 48 | referred to Himself and to His members in ~the same way as the 264 3, 48 | but likewise for all His members.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 265 3, 48 | Reply OBJ 1: The head and members are as one mystic person; 266 3, 48 | the faithful as being His ~members. Also, in so far as any 267 3, 49 | He delivered us as His members from our ~sins, as by the 268 3, 49 | though made up of ~diverse members, so the whole Church, Christ' 269 3, 49 | incorporated with Him, as the members with their head, as stated ~ 270 3, 49 | stated ~above (A[1]). Now the members must be conformed to their 271 3, 49 | we likewise, who are His members, are freed by His ~Passion 272 3, 52 | those only who became His members by spiritual ~regeneration: 273 3, 53 | the third day. For the members ought to be in conformity 274 3, 53 | head. ~But we who are His members do not rise from death on 275 3, 53 | Reply OBJ 1: The head and members are likened in nature, but 276 3, 53 | excellent than that of the ~members. Accordingly, to show forth 277 3, 54 | understood of the outline of His ~members; since there was nothing 278 3, 57 | since He is our Head the members must follow ~whither the 279 3, 57 | our Head, with whom the ~members must be united.~Aquin.: 280 3, 63 | distinctive ~sign. But Christ's members are distinguished from others 281 3, 64 | not charity, by which the members are united to ~their Head, 282 3, 64 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ's members are united to their Head 283 3, 64 | and the wicked are his members. But sacraments can be ~ 284 3, 64 | sacraments ~to their being members of the devil. Consequently, 285 3, 64 | will he moves his bodily members to act. Consequently, his 286 3, 66 | relation to ~the exterior members, is the head, wherein all 287 3, 66 | transmitted through the members that serve ~for procreation, 288 3, 66 | for procreation, yet those members are not to be sprinkled 289 3, 68 | saved unless they became members of Christ: because, as it 290 3, 68 | conformed to Christ's other members by receiving ~the character.~ 291 3, 68 | incorporated in Christ as His members." Wherefore the ~very pains 292 3, 69 | incorporated in Christ as His members." Now the fulness of grace 293 3, 69 | Christ the Head to all His members, according to Jn. ~1:16: " 294 3, 69 | Now life is only in those members that are united to the head, ~ 295 3, 69 | in Christ, as one of His ~members. Again, just as the members 296 3, 69 | members. Again, just as the members derive sense and movement 297 3, 69 | Head, i.e. Christ, do His members ~derive spiritual sense 298 3, 69 | children, like adults, are made members ~of Christ in Baptism; hence 299 3, 69 | of sin, which is in our members, be absolutely ~destroyed." 300 3, 70 | thrives principally in those members, by reason of ~the abundance 301 3, 73 | complete by having all the members required for the ~operation 302 3, 73 | fellowship of His body and members, which is the Church in 303 3, 73 | through this sacrament as the ~members with the head. But Christ 304 3, 79 | present "our [Vulg.: 'your'] members" as "instruments of justice ~ 305 3, 79 | union between Christ and His members, as nourishment ~is united 306 3, 79 | of sin, which is ~in our members," as declared by the Apostle ( 307 3, 79 | for them who are ~Christ's members?" Hence in the Canon of 308 3, 79 | it benefits them who are ~members, more or less, according 309 3, 80 | fellowship of His body and ~members, which is the Church in 310 3, 80 | and ~incorporated in His members; and this is done by living 311 3, 82 | the blessings of Christ's members on account of their being ~ 312 3, 83 | other unbelievers are not ~members of the Church, therefore 313 3, 83 | Christ and of the Church's members. Nor is the ~consecration 314 3, 87 | or the due proportion of members, and another by the introduction 315 Suppl, 1 | instrumentality of the ~bodily members, so does it inflict on the 316 Suppl, 5 | sins are accomplished by members of the body. ~Therefore, 317 Suppl, 5 | show itself in the exterior members: ~wherefore it is written ( 318 Suppl, 8 | descends from ~the Head to the members. Wherefore he alone who 319 Suppl, 8 | order to register them as members of Christ's flock, and ~ 320 Suppl, 19| Himself, or by ~those who are members of the Dove. But the remission 321 Suppl, 19| Therefore sinners, who are not "members of the Dove," have ~not 322 Suppl, 19| reckoned: but that through "members of the Dove," i.e. ~holy 323 Suppl, 19| might also reply that by "members of the Dove" he means all 324 Suppl, 19| Church which ~unites its members. Since therefore the above 325 Suppl, 21| prayers that are said for the members of the Church. Yet ~they 326 Suppl, 21| said for them among the members of ~the Church as speaking 327 Suppl, 22| individuals. Wherefore individual members of a ~community can be excommunicated, 328 Suppl, 26| which he belongs, for the members of his household, ~or for 329 Suppl, 26| the domestic, ~composed of members of the same family, and 330 Suppl, 26| the civil, composed of ~members of the same nationality, 331 Suppl, 27| no inflow from the other members ~that are living. But one 332 Suppl, 27| from the merits of ~living members.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[27] A[ 333 Suppl, 32| anointed, so ought other ~members of the body to be anointed.~ 334 Suppl, 32| though they have not the members, nevertheless, they have, 335 Suppl, 32| corresponding to those members, and ~they may commit inwardly 336 Suppl, 32| sins that pertain to those members, though ~they cannot outwardly.~ 337 Suppl, 34| the ~natural body, some members act on others.~Aquin.: SMT 338 Suppl, 35| implies distinction. Now the members of the Church ~are distinguished, 339 Suppl, 35| animals are provided with members, by which their soul's ~ 340 Suppl, 35| grace are common to all ~the members of the Church, nevertheless 341 Suppl, 35| in respect of which the members of the Church ~are distinguished 342 Suppl, 35| suffices to make them worthy members of Christ's people, but 343 Suppl, 35| between ~the head and all members of the body; nor is it necessary 344 Suppl, 36| outpouring from the Head to the members. Hence the comparison ~fails 345 Suppl, 37| various offices of ~the members. Therefore in the Church 346 Suppl, 39| is?~(6) Whether lack of members is?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] 347 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~Whether lack of members should be an impediment?~ 348 Suppl, 39| on account of a lack of members. For one who is afflicted 349 Suppl, 39| who suffers from a lack of members is ~debarred from receiving 350 Suppl, 40| says: "That we may ~remain members of our apostolic head, the 351 Suppl, 41| the lower powers and the members ~do not obey reason. Hence 352 Suppl, 42| there correspond bodily members by which they can proceed ~ 353 Suppl, 58| seeds but also weakens the members which ~co-operate in the 354 Suppl, 64| member, yet just as the ~members are bound to the head in 355 Suppl, 64| own capacity bound to the members: and thus there is ~equality 356 Suppl, 71| together by charity are members of the ~one body of the 357 Suppl, 71| is the bond uniting the members of the ~Church, extends 358 Suppl, 71| to the Church as actual members, who had the ~faith, frequented 359 Suppl, 71| Church profit those who are ~members of the Church. Now those 360 Suppl, 71| who are in purgatory are members of the ~Church, else the 361 Suppl, 71| virtue of charity uniting the members of the Church ~together, 362 Suppl, 72| OTC Para. 3/3~Further, the members should be conformed to the 363 Suppl, 72| Therefore men who are His members ~will live in body and soul; 364 Suppl, 72| found likewise in all the members of that ~same species. Now 365 Suppl, 74| conformity between head and members than between one member ~ 366 Suppl, 74| the ~resurrection of the members. But the resurrection of 367 Suppl, 74| resurrection of certain members that ~desire nobility from 368 Suppl, 74| is more conformed to the members by ~conformity of proportion ( 369 Suppl, 74| have ~influence over the members) than one member is to another, 370 Suppl, 74| certain causality over the members which the members have not; 371 Suppl, 74| over the members which the members have not; and ~in this the 372 Suppl, 74| have not; and ~in this the members differ from the head and 373 Suppl, 74| resurrection of one of Christ's members is not the cause of the ~ 374 Suppl, 74| the ~resurrection of other members, and consequently Christ' 375 Suppl, 74| OBJ 2: Although among the members some rank higher than others 376 Suppl, 75| wherefore even as all the members become dead on ~the heart 377 Suppl, 77| inquiry:~(1) Whether all the members of the human body will rise 378 Suppl, 77| Para. 1/1~Whether all the members of the human body will rise 379 Suppl, 77| would seem that not all the members of the human body will ~ 380 Suppl, 77| since the use of certain members is not ~fitting to man after 381 Suppl, 77| the use of the genital ~members, for then they "shall neither 382 Suppl, 77| would seem that not all the members shall rise again.~Aquin.: 383 Suppl, 77| Further, the entrails are members: and yet they will not rise ~ 384 Suppl, 77| in nature. Therefore the ~members shall not all rise again.~ 385 Suppl, 77| punishment of man. ~Therefore the members will not all rise again.~ 386 Suppl, 77| the contrary, The other members belong more to the truth 387 Suppl, 77| this apply to the other members.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 388 Suppl, 77| remade perfect in all his ~members.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 389 Suppl, 77| perfection. ~Consequently all the members that are now in man's body 390 Suppl, 77| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The members may be considered in two 391 Suppl, 77| Anima ii, 1). If then the members be considered in the light 392 Suppl, 77| body even as the other ~members: and they will be filled 393 Suppl, 77| for the protection of the ~members.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 394 Suppl, 77| consists ~of functional members; the functional members 395 Suppl, 77| members; the functional members of homogeneous parts; and ~ 396 Suppl, 77| nature has directed to the ~members that are produced or nourished 397 Suppl, 77| become incorporate with the members. This is called "gluten," 398 Suppl, 77| since ~it belongs to the members it will rise again just 399 Suppl, 77| will rise again just as the members will.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] 400 Suppl, 77| Reply OBJ 2: Just as the members that serve for generation 401 Suppl, 77| humors in ~relation to the members. And for this reason as 402 Suppl, 77| was materially in a man's members will all rise again?~Aquin.: 403 Suppl, 77| was materially in a man's members ~will all rise again. For 404 Suppl, 77| resurrection than the other members. Yet whatever was in the 405 Suppl, 77| materially in the other members ~will all rise again.~Aquin.: 406 Suppl, 78| of the soul and all the members should have their respective ~ 407 Suppl, 78| sexes and the difference of members will ~be for the restoration 408 Suppl, 79| that the other powers or members should receive. And since 409 Suppl, 81| then the ~glorified body's members will have the same disposition, 410 Suppl, 82| country, "the grossness of the members will not hide one's mind ~ 411 Suppl, 92| but the bride, as ~being members of the Church. Therefore 412 Suppl, 92| namely the Church in her ~members, belong indeed to the Bridegroom, 413 Suppl, 92| between the head and its members, ~calls Himself also the 414 Suppl, 92| dowry is due to all the members of the Church, since ~the 415 Suppl, 92| the body of Christ, and members of member, i.e. ~of Christ," 416 Suppl, 92| Head from which all the members ~receive. In another sense 417 Suppl, 92| Church denotes the head and members united ~together; and thus 418 Suppl, 92| forth life ~into the other members: although He is not very 419 Suppl, 92| wherefore it is ~fitting for the members of the Church to have the 420 Suppl, 92| required between the head and ~members than between bridegroom 421 Suppl, 92| the ~Church, they are not members of the Church according 422 Suppl, 92| conformity of nature with the ~members. We must observe, however, 423 Suppl, 92| the head and the other ~members are parts of an individual 424 Suppl, 92| Hence, speaking of the ~members in themselves, the only 425 Suppl, 93| in ~this to those other members of the Church in whom virginity 426 Appen1, 1| own inheritance or bodily ~members, wherefore it is not strange


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