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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | little defect ~to remain, lest the good of the whole should 2 1, 22 | work as stable as he can, lest ~it should fail. But God 3 1, 23 | God allows some evils, lest many good things ~should 4 1, 30 | to ~say Three substances, lest we be understood to mean 5 1, 31 | diversity and difference in God, lest we take away the unity of 6 1, 31 | mean "distinction." But lest the simplicity and ~singleness 7 1, 31 | are to be avoided: ~and lest quality be taken away, we 8 1, 31 | the term "disparity": ~and lest we remove similitude, we 9 1, 31 | the term "singularity," ~lest we take away the communicability 10 1, 31 | adjective "only" [unici] ~lest we take away the number 11 1, 31 | avoid the word "confused," lest we take away from the Persons ~ 12 1, 31 | is also to be avoided, lest we take away ~the society 13 1, 34 | understood ~in a strict sense; lest the idea of the Word proceeding 14 1, 34 | not of the Thought of God, lest we believe ~that in God 15 1, 39 | essence [ex una essentia]," lest we ~should seem to indicate 16 1, 39 | God" or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred to 17 1, 39 | age are sometimes feeble; lest anything of the kind be 18 1, 46 | useful to consider ~this, lest anyone, presuming to demonstrate 19 1, 64 | through the wicked spirits, lest they should cease to be 20 1, 66 | water only, nor earth only, lest they should think it to ~ 21 1, 68 | with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be exposed 22 1, 70 | is written (Dt. 4:19): "Lest perhaps lifting up thy ~ 23 1, 74 | to mean formless ~matter, lest it should be supposed that 24 1, 39 | essence [ex una essentia]," lest we ~should seem to indicate 25 1, 39 | God" or to "substance," lest plurality be ~referred to 26 1, 39 | age are sometimes feeble; lest anything of the kind be 27 1, 47 | useful to consider ~this, lest anyone, presuming to demonstrate 28 1, 65 | through the wicked spirits, lest they should cease to be 29 1, 67 | water only, nor earth only, lest they should think it to ~ 30 1, 69 | with certainty to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be exposed 31 1, 71 | is written (Dt. 4:19): "Lest perhaps lifting up thy ~ 32 1, 73 | to mean formless ~matter, lest it should be supposed that 33 1, 88 | he may testify unto them, lest they also come into the 34 1, 88 | Josias that ~he should die, lest he should see his people' 35 1, 92 | ad lit. iii, 22) remarks, lest it should be ~thought that 36 1, 96 | is written (Gn. 3:22): "Lest perhaps he put forth ~his 37 1, 101 | keep paradise for ~himself lest he should lose it by sin. 38 1, 103 | judgment; and not in Thy fury, lest Thou bring me to nothing."~ 39 1, 109 | we require to be governed lest we ~do what we ought not. 40 1, 112 | off by the good angels, lest they hurt as much as they ~ 41 1, 113 | written (1 Thess. 3:5): "Lest perhaps he that ~tempteth 42 1, 116 | gloss of Jerome ~says, "Lest you give to men the honor 43 2, 2 | loss in ~all other things, lest he should suffer loss of 44 2, 4 | individual and of the species, ~lest animals should disregard 45 2, 4 | the body is necessary, ~lest it hinder the mind from 46 2, 28 | jealous of their wives, lest association with others 47 2, 37 | the Apostle (2 Cor. 2:7): "Lest perhaps ~such an one be 48 2, 39 | Jacob seems to have feared lest he should be troubled ~overmuch 49 2, 42 | to be guilty of a crime lest he reveal it to others.~ 50 2, 42 | the company of wicked men, lest he be ~led by them to sin. 51 2, 42 | fear, i.e. a man ~may fear lest he should be threatened 52 2, 42 | says (QQ. 83, qu. 33). Lest, however, anyone make use 53 2, 58 | and withstand the passions lest reason be led astray. ~But 54 2, 61 | that which reason dictates, lest he ~turn back; and to this 55 2, 67 | other is ~an act of fear lest we be separated from God, 56 2, 68 | it oppresses the mind, lest it pride itself in present 57 2, 68 | sacrifice of ~prayer . . . lest wisdom may uplift; or understanding, 58 2, 68 | may not make us rash; lest knowledge, while it knows 59 2, 68 | not, ~may swell the mind; lest piety, while it swerves 60 2, 68 | may ~become distorted; and lest fear, while it is unduly 61 2, 68 | of the ~Holy Ghost. But, lest they depart from the perfection 62 2, 69 | recede from works of mercy, lest ~they be busied with other 63 2, 73 | despise his natural life lest he lose the life of grace. 64 2, 83 | infused into such a body), lest this ~soul contract a singular 65 2, 87 | judgment: and not in Thy fury, lest Thou bring me to nothing." 66 2, 89 | her saying ~(Gn. 3:3): "Lest perhaps we die." Now these 67 2, 95 | useful; clearly ~expressed, lest by its obscurity it lead 68 2, 98 | unworthy to receive the Law, lest ~a holy thing should be 69 2, 101 | Take heed'] and beware lest at any time ~thou forget 70 2, 102 | by Rabbi ~Moses. First, lest the Gentiles might seize 71 2, 102 | of that place. Secondly, ~lest the Gentiles might destroy 72 2, 102 | it. The third reason is lest each tribe ~might wish that 73 2, 102 | is stated to have been "lest thy ~nakedness be discovered," 74 2, 102 | delayed after that time, lest some might ~refuse the sign 75 2, 102 | account of the pain: and also lest the ~parents, whose love 76 2, 102 | the idol into thy house, lest thou become an anathema 77 2, 102 | it." Another reason was lest, by taking silver and gold, 78 2, 103 | kind of pious pretense, lest, to wit, they should scandalize ~ 79 2, 103 | observance of the ~legal rites lest he should scandalize the 80 2, 105 | but not to carry any away, lest this should lead to the ~ 81 2, 105 | should be paid at once, lest they should lack food. But 82 2, 105 | detestation of the sin; and lest men ~should be horrified 83 2, 105 | within his grasp." And so lest the surviving relations 84 2, 105 | prepared for them; and also lest the ~people should be horror-stricken 85 2, 105 | the ~gainers thereby; but lest the people might be the 86 2, 105 | both as to ~their work, lest, to wit, they should be 87 2, 105 | tribe (Num. 36:6): and this lest confusion should ensue in ~ 88 2, 105 | the danger of seduction, lest they should be led astray 89 2, 107 | moderation should be ~observed, lest good conduct should become 90 2, 108 | virtue; and by being wary lest we be led astray by evil ~ 91 2, 109 | man stands steadfastly, lest he be moved by ~the assault 92 2, 113 | he ought to forget them, lest he be ~drawn to them. Yet 93 2, 1 | easily be ~proposed to all, lest anyone might stray from 94 2, 1 | faith, when errors arise, lest the faith of simple-minded 95 2, 3 | pearls ~before swine . . . lest turning upon you, they tear 96 2, 10 | and that he answered: "No, lest perhaps ~gathering up the 97 2, 10 | from those which precede, "lest perhaps ~gathering up the 98 2, 10 | that it was to be feared lest, through frequent dealings 99 2, 10 | honor their masters, adds, "lest the name of the Lord and 100 2, 10 | which He might prevent, lest, without them, greater goods 101 2, 10 | tolerate certain evils, lest certain ~goods be lost, 102 2, 11 | mangy sheep from the fold, lest the whole house, ~the whole 103 2, 13 | impenitence, but He warned them, lest by ~similar utterances they 104 2, 18 | obtain by God's ~help, but lest we withdraw ourselves from 105 2, 18 | contemplating: but their awe, lest it should be of a penal ~ 106 2, 18 | avoid sin without ~trembling lest, in our weakness, we fall, 107 2, 19 | according to 2 Cor. 2:7: "Lest . . . such an one be swallowed 108 2, 23 | has to be ~fed or fostered lest it be destroyed: in the 109 2, 26 | mode of love. For I fear lest I burn with the desire and ~ 110 2, 29 | in urgent need of succor lest it fail, ~we are bound to 111 2, 30 | hath ~understanding beware lest he withhold his knowledge; 112 2, 30 | abundance of wealth, watch lest he slacken his merciful 113 2, 30 | with the ~wealthy, fear lest he be condemned for retaining 114 2, 30 | neighbors who are rich, lest ~perhaps they also invite 115 2, 30 | alms should be moderate, lest through giving too much 116 2, 31 | doing, ~or because he fears lest, if he does so, they may 117 2, 31 | what people may think, or lest one may suffer grievous 118 2, 31 | correcting someone, through fear lest ~he become worse?~Aquin.: 119 2, 31 | correcting ~someone through fear lest he become worse. For sin 120 2, 31 | good should not be ~omitted lest evil befall. Now fraternal 121 2, 31 | not be omitted for fear lest the person corrected ~become 122 2, 31 | Rebuke not a scorner lest ~he hate thee," where a 123 2, 31 | remarks: "You must not fear lest the scorner ~insult you 124 2, 31 | correction, when we fear lest we may make a man worse.~ 125 2, 31 | correction should not be omitted lest the ~person corrected be 126 2, 31 | omitted, good is not omitted lest evil should befall.~Aquin.: 127 2, 31 | precept of charity to beware ~lest our brother become worse. 128 2, 31 | others, who know of his ~sin, lest they be scandalized. Wherefore 129 2, 31 | shouldst rebuke him in private, lest ~he persist in his sin if 130 2, 34 | enemy's prosperity, for fear lest he may do him some harm: 131 2, 34 | when he prospers, we dread lest many suffer unjustly."~Aquin.: 132 2, 34 | name, it repines for fear lest another should acquire that 133 2, 37 | touch ~nothing of theirs, lest you be involved in their 134 2, 38 | end ~flieth, for he fears lest the wolf hurt him, and dares 135 2, 38 | especially from unbelievers, lest they deride it, according 136 2, 38 | concealing his purpose ~lest it come to the enemy's knowledge, 137 2, 41 | your pearls before ~swine lest . . . turning upon you, 138 2, 41 | accept a temporal stipend lest he "should give ~any hindrance 139 2, 41 | safeguard our property, but also lest those who take what is not ~ 140 2, 41 | I will never eat flesh, lest I should scandalize my brother."~ 141 2, 43 | without dissimulation']," lest he should ~purpose to sate 142 2, 45 | careful watch and ward, lest by degrees we be deceived 143 2, 53 | servant of God taking thought lest he lack these needful things, 144 2, 55 | should not be restored, ~lest a man of unrighteous will 145 2, 62 | a woman to kill herself lest she be violated, because 146 2, 62 | that one may kill a man lest one be killed by him; ~unless 147 2, 62 | self-defense, ~kills him lest he be killed by him. Therefore 148 2, 66 | to the judge's prudence, lest he should declare a man ~ 149 2, 67 | order to cause a delay, ~lest a just sentence be pronounced 150 2, 69 | hath understanding beware lest he withhold his knowledge; 151 2, 69 | abundance of wealth watch lest he slacken his merciful 152 2, 69 | neighbors who are rich: lest ~perhaps they also invite 153 2, 70 | according to his folly, lest he ~imagine himself to be 154 2, 70 | silence ~their detractors, lest their preaching be not heard 155 2, 70 | according to ~his folly, lest thou be like him."~Aquin.: 156 2, 71 | to a gloss, is inserted, "lest it be deemed a ~slight sin 157 2, 71 | the tongue of backbiters, lest they perish, so ought we 158 2, 75 | advantage, for instance, lest his country lack the necessaries 159 2, 76 | to ~avoid a greater evil, lest, to wit, through avarice 160 2, 76 | harmonizing with justice, but lest the advantage of ~many should 161 2, 81 | pure in heart, let us pray lest we have a double heart by 162 2, 81 | which attends to the words, lest ~we say them wrong, another 163 2, 81 | 21: "Charge the people, lest they should have a mind 164 2, 81 | ejaculations, as it were, lest ~that vigilant and erect 165 2, 82 | to ~adore Aman fearing "lest he should transfer the honor 166 2, 84 | oblations should be made, lest he seem to exact, ~something 167 2, 84 | on ~account of scandal, lest the Church seem to favor 168 2, 85 | showing a certain kindliness, lest ~the people of the New Law 169 2, 85 | he preached the Gospel, lest he should occasion a hindrance 170 2, 85 | persons remain in sin, lest she appear to have a share 171 2, 86 | the necessity of fasting, lest that which we are free to 172 2, 86 | Hence he says pointedly: "Lest that which we are free to 173 2, 87 | not to swear at all'; ~lest, to wit, swearing lead us 174 2, 88 | the power of God's name, lest they do ~us harm of soul 175 2, 88 | teaching is given us here, lest we believe the demons, ~ 176 2, 89 | praise I will bridle thee lest thou shouldst ~perish." 177 2, 89 | to be instant in singing, lest thereby they be ~withdrawn 178 2, 93 | put a stop to his speech, lest together with the truth 179 2, 93 | those who tell the truth, lest his ~soul become the dupe 180 2, 93 | is to remain at his ~post lest all should flee, and which 181 2, 93 | which of them is to flee, lest all die and ~the Church 182 2, 94 | were to fear ~for child lest it take harm from the evil 183 2, 94 | that one should ~beware lest it contain strange words, 184 2, 94 | Again, one should take care lest it contain anything false, 185 2, 94 | place, one should beware lest besides the sacred words 186 2, 95 | instructed human weakness, lest it should dare to ~tempt 187 2, 95 | ceasing to believe in God, but lest ~he should tempt God, were 188 2, 98 | by way of compensation, lest they wander about the world, 189 2, 102 | allow them many others, lest the souls of those ~who 190 2, 106 | gloss on Mt. 13:29,30, "Lest ~perhaps . . . you root 191 2, 106 | himself ~against wrongs, lest they be inflicted on him, 192 2, 106 | cockle, when there is ~fear lest the wheat be uprooted together 193 2, 106 | solicitous for another, lest he sin; and ~in order to 194 2, 106 | because this is for their good lest, should they be spared, ~ 195 2, 107 | the truth. But I forbear, lest any man should think of 196 2, 108 | held up aloft by force, lest it come down in ~accordance 197 2, 108 | physician cuts off a limb, lest the whole body ~perish. 198 2, 109 | shipwreck is to hide one's sin," lest, to wit, others be ~scandalized 199 2, 110 | 2 Cor. 12:6): "I forbear lest any man should think of 200 2, 112 | that we may please ~them, lest we seem to consent to their 201 2, 113 | because there may be fear lest human praise should incite 202 2, 115 | prudence to keep money, lest it be stolen or ~spent uselessly. 203 2, 116 | where a gloss observes: ~"Lest they should regret what 204 2, 117 | unwilling to spend their own, lest they be driven to accept 205 2, 117 | unwilling to ~accept from others lest he be forced to give to 206 2, 121 | fear of toil and pain, ~lest the body be stricken and 207 2, 121 | harassed with fear of death lest it be done ~away and destroyed." 208 2, 121 | future by his forethought, lest he should say afterwards: 209 2, 121 | moderate ~the passions, lest they lead man away from 210 2, 123 | that servants should fear lest they be lacking in the ~ 211 2, 125 | the way with a ~bold man, lest he burden thee with his 212 2, 131 | children to indignation, lest they be discouraged." ~Therefore 213 2, 131 | though not obstinately lest they should fall into pride.~ 214 2, 131 | children to indignation, lest ~they be discouraged." Now 215 2, 132 | magnificent man moderates, lest he be ~hindered from spending 216 2, 134 | of reason against sorrow, lest reason give way to sorrow: 217 2, 134 | being disturbed by sorrow, "lest he abandon ~with an unequal 218 2, 145 | heat that is in the air, lest the humors be parched ~within. 219 2, 148 | forbear with their ways, lest they become worse if ~they 220 2, 150 | something about virginity, lest by passing it over we ~should 221 2, 151 | order and commandment, ~lest unlawful pleasures should 222 2, 152 | Apostle says (2 Cor. 12:21): "Lest again, when I ~come, God 223 2, 152 | from which she was withheld lest she should lose the seal 224 2, 152 | over a shameless daughter, lest at any time she ~make thee 225 2, 152 | of his life": and this, lest he should ~prove to have 226 2, 152 | to bathe with his father, lest they should ~see one another 227 2, 153 | opposition to the passions, ~lest it be led astray by them: 228 2, 156 | v, 45): "We must beware lest, when ~we use anger as an 229 2, 156 | in his Rule (Ep. ccxi): "Lest anger grow into hatred ~ 230 2, 159 | temper and restrain the mind, lest it tend to high things ~ 231 2, 159 | acquisition of one's proper good lest man, by despair, render 232 2, 159 | in his Rule (Ep. ccxi): "Lest through excessive humility ~ 233 2, 159 | even as of other virtues, lest they conduce ~to the detriment 234 2, 159 | regard to the appetite, lest one ~aim inordinately at 235 2, 161 | them to eat of the tree, lest they should become like 236 2, 162 | turned away from his sins, or lest he take pride in his virtues, 237 2, 162 | other obstacles ~in the way lest man should return thither, 238 2, 162 | words of Gn. 3:22: "See, ~lest perhaps he . . . take . . . 239 2, 162 | original state, namely food (lest he should take of ~the tree 240 2, 162 | these things are written, lest they be proud ~likewise, 241 2, 164 | movement of the appetite, lest it tend ~excessively to 242 2, 164 | restraint on this desire, ~lest he seek knowledge immoderately: 243 2, 165 | the ~king's meat and wine, lest they should be defiled, 244 2, 165 | says (Col. 2:8): "Beware lest any man cheat you by philosophy 245 2, 166 | 20): "We should beware lest, when we seek ~relaxation 246 2, 167 | means to please her husband, lest through ~despising her he 247 2, 167 | to please their husbands, lest the latter be afforded ~ 248 2, 168 | the way ~with a bold man lest he burden thee with his 249 2, 169 | prayers need ~to be frequent, "lest devotion be extinguished 250 2, 169 | the saying of ~Gregory. Lest, however, this should lead 251 2, 170 | solitary life, as it were, ~lest worldly employment should 252 2, 171 | the senses is necessary lest the things ~thus seen in 253 2, 173 | according to Ps. 49:22, "Lest He snatch you away, and 254 2, 173 | withdrawn from the soul, lest it be hindered from being 255 2, 175 | by accident). Secondly, lest men's minds be enticed to 256 2, 176 | granted to all holy men is lest by a most baneful error 257 2, 180 | down and charge the people, lest they ~should have a mind 258 2, 180 | the ~delights of truth, lest we deprive ourselves of 259 2, 183 | to marry a second time, lest one should thus incur an 260 2, 183 | stand in the ~way of danger lest he lose what he loves." 261 2, 184 | according to Prov. 30:9, "Lest perhaps . . . ~being compelled 262 2, 184 | weighed down by ~anxiety lest they lack what is necessary."~ 263 2, 184 | take, let him take it." And lest anyone should be deprived ~ 264 2, 185 | the welfare of the soul, lest it be ~led astray by wicked 265 2, 185 | Reference unknown]: "Beware lest whereas thy Lord," i.e. 266 2, 185 | purpose of humiliation, lest a man thereby incur the 267 2, 185 | be not inflated withal, lest your speech belie your habit." 268 2, 186 | possessions, because ~he feared lest this should lead him to 269 2, 187 | is rid of its moisture, lest if ~they should be burdened 270 2, 187 | therefore take note of this, ~lest deeming ourselves to excel 271 2, 187 | a man fear to draw water lest the river run dry. [*St. 272 2, 187 | wherewithal to ~finish it," lest he become an object of mockery, 273 3, 1 | great is man's ~dignity, lest we should sully it with 274 3, 1 | Body Para. 5/5~Fourthly, lest the fervor of faith should 275 3, 1 | Incarnation in the beginning, lest they should despise it through ~ 276 3, 2 | and body in Christ, viz. lest they ~should thereby be 277 3, 12 | of the active intellect, lest its action, ~which is to 278 3, 13 | alone upholds them in being, lest they fall back to nothing. 279 3, 15 | sorrowful' in very deed; yet lest a passion should hold sway 280 3, 15 | overflow into the body, lest His passibility and mortality 281 3, 15 | into the sensitive powers, lest ~sensible pain should thereby 282 3, 16 | ought ~not to be in common, lest we seem to countenance their 283 3, 21 | It was for us He ~prayed, lest the Son should be unknown." 284 3, 21 | individually and ~privately, lest when we prayed we should 285 3, 25 | occasion of ~error - namely, lest the movement of adoration 286 3, 26 | is the Person of Christ: ~lest there be not one Christ, 287 3, 26 | Christ, not one substance; lest, the office of ~Mediator 288 3, 27 | Blessed ~Virgin, but fettered; lest she should be surprised 289 3, 28 | another father than God: lest the dignity belonging to 290 3, 28 | genealogy down to Joseph, lest in that marriage any slight ~ 291 3, 29 | gives as another reason, "lest the Mother of God ~should 292 3, 29 | for four reasons. ~First, lest He should be rejected by 293 3, 29 | safety of the new-born Child: lest the devil should ~plot serious 294 3, 29 | from punishment; that is, "lest she should be stoned ~by 295 3, 29 | 26,27: "She was espoused lest she be wounded by the ~ill-fame 296 3, 29 | the devil to be ~withheld, lest he should persecute Him 297 3, 31 | to the third generation, lest it should be inserted among ~ 298 3, 31 | nature in the male sex. But lest the female sex ~should be 299 3, 35 | God began thus to ~exist: lest it be thought that His Divinity 300 3, 35 | have been from eternity: lest ~it be thought that He took, 301 3, 36 | and under," being doubtful lest ~Christ were already born 302 3, 36 | Innocents, ~because he feared lest a child whom the stars obey, 303 3, 39 | the advance of time; and lest this progress ~should be 304 3, 39 | perfect age: to humility, lest anyone ~should presume to 305 3, 40 | further than Moses and Elias, lest His assumption of our flesh 306 3, 40 | Body Para. 3/4~Thirdly, lest if He were rich His preaching 307 3, 41 | farther than Moses and ~Elias, lest His assumption of our flesh 308 3, 41 | bring it into subjection, lest perhaps ~when I have preached 309 3, 42 | where Christ was named, lest I should build ~upon another 310 3, 42 | announced to the Jews first, lest they ~should have a valid 311 3, 42 | the Gentiles ~altogether, lest they should be deprived 312 3, 44 | by temptation, He doubted lest He should be the Son of 313 3, 44 | to be silent about Him, ~lest, if His Divine majesty were 314 3, 44 | light' withdrew its ~rays, lest it should look on its Lord 315 3, 44 | it is said: "Sin no more, lest some ~worse thing happen 316 3, 45 | before His Resurrection; "lest," as ~Jerome says on Mt. 317 3, 45 | incredible ~to them; and lest, after hearing of so great 318 3, 45 | that followed; or, again, "lest [the Cross] ~should be entirely 319 3, 46 | clamored ~out. Therefore, lest anyone might divert the 320 3, 46 | nor in the ~Jewish Temple, lest the Jews might take away 321 3, 46 | the saving sacrifice, and ~lest you might think He was offered 322 3, 47 | wishes to incur ignorance lest he avoid sinning. The Jews ~ 323 3, 48 | according ~to Mt. 5:25: "Lest perhaps the adversary deliver 324 3, 50 | which comes of sickness, lest ~He should seem to die of 325 3, 51 | observes on Mt. ~27:60, "lest after the resurrection it 326 3, 51 | Jerome says on Mt. 27:64, "lest, if it had been constructed 327 3, 51 | from weakness of nature, lest it might not be believed 328 3, 51 | willingly. And ~therefore, lest His death might be ascribed 329 3, 54 | heed not to add corruption, lest he corrupt the ~health and 330 3, 55 | constantly as He had done before, lest it might seem ~that He rose 331 3, 55 | have been of Satan's doing, lest Jesus might be recognized." ~ 332 3, 55 | But before the Passion, lest His disciples might despise ~ 333 3, 57 | we read ~in Acts 9. And lest any man may think that Christ 334 3, 60 | according to ~Col. 2:8: "Beware lest any man cheat you by philosophy 335 3, 61 | towards material things. Lest, therefore, it should be ~ 336 3, 61 | The reason of this was lest, if the sacraments retained 337 3, 64 | the good of ~the faithful; lest they should put their trust 338 3, 64 | their trust in men, and lest there ~should be various 339 3, 67 | punishment. Consequently, lest man should have to go without 340 3, 67 | anyone, even not in orders, ~lest from lack of being baptized, 341 3, 68 | safeguard to the Church, lest she be ~deceived through 342 3, 68 | safeguard to the ~Church, lest they corrupt the faith of 343 3, 69 | Thirdly, this was suitable, lest men might seek to be baptized 344 3, 70 | off until the eighth day, lest children should ~be in danger 345 3, 70 | to its positive ~effects; lest they should be compelled 346 3, 71 | be cast out by exorcisms, lest they impede man's salvation. ~ 347 3, 75 | bread and wine. Secondly, lest this sacrament might be 348 3, 80 | exchange, for us to do evil lest another ~perpetrate a greater 349 3, 80 | doubt as to their danger, lest they die without Communion, 350 3, 80 | Communion to the sick person, lest he die ~without Communion."~ 351 3, 80 | caution are ~called for, lest anything happen which is 352 3, 81 | accuser and evident proof. lest the Church's prelates might ~ 353 3, 81 | for doing the like, and lest Judas himself being ~exasperated 354 3, 82 | under another species, ~lest they beget revulsion in 355 3, 82 | to priests by the Church, lest anyone hear the ~mass of 356 3, 83 | consecrated. Nevertheless, lest the Church be deprived on 357 3, 83 | receiving ~this sacrament, lest any particles remain: and 358 3, 83 | another mass on the same day, lest from taking the ~ablution-wine 359 3, 83 | Communion to ~him at once, lest he die without it."~Aquin.: 360 3, 83 | others on any account, lest the life-giving chalice 361 3, 83 | the other things in order, lest the order of the sacrifice 362 3, 84 | sacramental absolution is given, lest the ~sacramental effect 363 3, 84 | persevere in his penance, lest he fall again into sin.~ 364 3, 84 | him," viz. the ~penitent, "lest perhaps such an one be swallowed 365 3, 84 | teaches (2 Cor. 2:7), saying: "Lest such ~an one be swallowed 366 3, 84 | always ready to destroy them, lest what He created ~should 367 3, 88 | endeavor to explain it away lest through carelessness we 368 3, 88 | covers the past sinful acts, lest, on their account, God ~ 369 Suppl, 4 | be ~of moderate duration, lest, if it should last too long, 370 Suppl, 6 | priests may ~know their flock, lest a wolf may hide therein.~ 371 Suppl, 6 | because a just man fears lest, in any act ~which is good 372 Suppl, 6 | worse, but because he fears lest in those ~things which he 373 Suppl, 8 | necessary for ~salvation, lest they be hindered in the 374 Suppl, 9 | publicly but privately, lest ~others be scandalized, 375 Suppl, 11| Let the priest beware lest he betray the sinner, by 376 Suppl, 11| watching over the others lest they be ~corrupted by heresy. 377 Suppl, 11| scandal by revealing the sin, lest he be deemed to have broken 378 Suppl, 12| as justice curbs anger, lest it inflict an unjust ~injury 379 Suppl, 18| efficacious to heal the disease, lest a greater danger ~should 380 Suppl, 18| punishment ~due to one sin, lest by the severity of the punishment, 381 Suppl, 22| not be excommunicated, lest the wheat be uprooted together 382 Suppl, 28| an example of repentance, lest those should ~despair, who 383 Suppl, 28| for three ~reasons. First, lest frequency bring it into 384 Suppl, 28| is not imposed on him, ~lest his orders should be an 385 Suppl, 29| ought also to ~be gentle, lest hope, of which the dying 386 Suppl, 40| of the head by shaving, lest their mind be hindered by 387 Suppl, 40| lower part by ~clipping, lest their senses be entangled 388 Suppl, 41| marry in olden times was lest the human race should cease 389 Suppl, 42| remedy to concupiscence lest the latter run riot ~when 390 Suppl, 42| restraining the ~concupiscence lest it tend to something outside 391 Suppl, 43| betrothal can be dissolved, lest the betrothed be ~displeasing 392 Suppl, 43| that the Church allows this lest ~worse happen rather than 393 Suppl, 43| kind; and consequently, lest approval should seem to 394 Suppl, 52| impediment to matrimony, lest one who is not guilty be 395 Suppl, 53| he ~may both ask and pay lest the marriage become too 396 Suppl, 55| affinity, we must reply to them lest the ~time-honored prohibition 397 Suppl, 55| Accusation is instituted lest the guilty be tolerated 398 Suppl, 55| impediment can be denounced lest the marriage be ~contracted.~ 399 Suppl, 57| who have to live together lest, as Rabbi Moses observes ( 400 Suppl, 59| fraught with a greater danger, lest to wit they should ~pervert 401 Suppl, 59| in her sin ~of adultery, lest he seem to approve of her 402 Suppl, 60| nevertheless if there be fear ~lest he should prove incontinent, 403 Suppl, 61| of the ~wedding. thirdly, lest the husband think little 404 Suppl, 62| avoid losing his good name, lest he seem to share in her 405 Suppl, 62| he is ~bound to do so, lest he seem to consent to her 406 Suppl, 64| repeats the prohibition here lest he seem ~to have spoken 407 Suppl, 64| be given back his sword lest he kill ~himself or another. 408 Suppl, 64| husband during her menses, lest he be guilty of spiritual ~ 409 Suppl, 64| judicare."] her ~disaffection, lest this make her husband entertain 410 Suppl, 64| paid to the one who asks lest he ~be afforded an occasion 411 Suppl, 67| concupiscible appetite, lest they should exact usury ~ 412 Suppl, 67| the sacrifice of jealousy, lest mere ~suspicion should corrupt 413 Suppl, 67| but as being permitted lest greater evils should be 414 Suppl, 69| seems to have feared most, lest he should be troubled with 415 Suppl, 70| except what is moved, and ~lest he should go on indefinitely, 416 Suppl, 71| the sake of the living, lest their eyes be ~revolted 417 Suppl, 74| something better for us, lest they ~should be consummated," 418 Suppl, 76| was made for that end, lest it appear to be made without 419 Suppl, 77| lead is ~added to silver lest it be destroyed in melting. 420 Suppl, 77| regards the quantity of hair, lest it should ~be immoderate, 421 Suppl, 86| renounce temporal cares, lest the mind be hindered ~from 422 Suppl, 86| being punished by demons, lest the Divine order, whereby ~ 423 Suppl, 88| the words of Dt. 4:19: "Lest perhaps lifting up thy eyes 424 Suppl, 94| wherein they ~were created, lest the wicked should enjoy 425 Suppl, 95| prayed for his brethren, lest they should come "into the 426 Appen1, 2| expressly of light sins, lest we should think that we ~


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