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1 1, 1 | the ~virtuous man, as we read, who is the measure and 2 1, 1 | But other authors I so read as not to deem everything 3 1, 10 | called "eternal" and ~we read "of the fruits of the eternal 4 1, 21 | infused that ~love. So we read of Magdalen: "Many sins 5 1, 32 | Confess. vii, 9): "I have read in their works, not in so ~ 6 1, 32 | persons is laid down. We ~read, moreover, in a gloss on 7 1, 36 | immaterial ~substance. Thus, we read in the former sense (Hampole, 8 1, 36 | Constantinople (Can. vii) ~we read: "We believe in the Holy 9 1, 41 | words quoted, for thus we read: "Not against His ~will, 10 1, 43 | qualifying term; just as we read of certain ~ones receiving 11 1, 47 | wisdom; and this is what we read in Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: 12 1, 49 | maketh alive." But when we read that "God hath not ~made 13 1, 51 | bodies, but that all that we read in Scripture of apparitions 14 1, 56 | which the old translation ~read - "and furthermore they 15 1, 56 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in De Causis that "every 16 1, 57 | But it is proper to God to read the secrets of hearts, according 17 1, 57 | prophets did not know. Thus we ~read (Eph. 3:4,5): "As you reading, 18 1, 62 | 5), the ~things which we read of as being made in the 19 1, 64 | knowledge. Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, 20 1, 66 | was withdrawn, and so ~we read that "the earth was void," 21 1, 67 | of the ~firmament, and we read that the firmament was made 22 1, 67 | and ~therefore when we read, "In the beginning God created 23 1, 67 | creature. One is where we read that "the earth was void 24 1, 68 | and earth," and when we read that the firmament was made ~ 25 1, 73 | in itself. But we do ~not read that God acted at all on 26 1, 73 | foreshadowed, ~for as we read (Phil. 2:7), The Son of 27 1, 76 | but an alteration," as we read, Phys. i, 4. ~Therefore, 28 1, 77 | separated from the body. For we read in the book De Spiritu et 29 1, 41 | words quoted, for thus we read: "Not against His ~will, 30 1, 43 | qualifying term; just as we read of certain ~ones receiving 31 1, 48 | wisdom; and this is what we read in Gn. ~1:3,4: "God said: 32 1, 50 | maketh alive." But when we read that "God hath not ~made 33 1, 52 | bodies, but that all that we read in Scripture of apparitions 34 1, 57 | which the old translation ~read - "and furthermore they 35 1, 57 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in De Causis that "every 36 1, 58 | But it is proper to God to read the secrets of hearts, according 37 1, 58 | prophets did not know. Thus we ~read (Eph. 3:4,5): "As you reading, 38 1, 63 | 5), the ~things which we read of as being made in the 39 1, 65 | knowledge. Accordingly we read in Gn. ~1:5 that the darkness, 40 1, 67 | was withdrawn, and so ~we read that "the earth was void," 41 1, 68 | of the ~firmament, and we read that the firmament was made 42 1, 68 | and ~therefore when we read, "In the beginning God created 43 1, 68 | creature. One is where we read that "the earth was void 44 1, 69 | and earth," and when we read that the firmament was made ~ 45 1, 72 | in itself. But we do ~not read that God acted at all on 46 1, 72 | foreshadowed, ~for as we read (Phil. 2:7), The Son of 47 1, 75 | but an alteration," as we read, Phys. i, 4. ~Therefore, 48 1, 76 | separated from the body. For we read in the book De Spiritu et 49 1, 77 | visible object; ~whence we read (Ecclus. 40:22): "The eye 50 1, 77 | from the senses; whence we read (Poster. i, 8), that "those 51 1, 78 | chief power; and thus we read (De ~Anima i, 4), that the " 52 1, 78 | than the ~intellect. For we read in De Spiritu et Anima that " 53 1, 83 | certain exhalations, as we read in De ~Somn. et Vigil. iii. 54 1, 90 | words of Scripture. For we read farther on, "And man was 55 1, 95 | primitive state; so when we read "all creatures," we must 56 1, 117 | from all ~work, since we read (Jn. 5:17): "My Father worketh 57 2, 6 | I say "I do not wish to read," the sense is, "I wish 58 2, 6 | sense is, "I wish not to ~read"; so "not to wish to read" 59 2, 6 | read"; so "not to wish to read" is the same as "to wish 60 2, 6 | same as "to wish not to read," and ~in this sense "not 61 2, 36 | Thomas, in the Latin version, read ~'incisionem'; should he 62 2, 36 | incisionem'; should he have read 'indigentiam'?], the cause 63 2, 49 | definition of power, as we read in Metaph. v, text. 17. 64 2, 50 | is "as ~a habit," as we read in the Greek [*{isos hexin} ( 65 2, 58 | custom, in which sense we read (Acts 15:1): ~"Except you 66 2, 58 | to dumb ~animals. Thus we read (2 Macc. 1:2) that "rushing 67 2, 58 | sense in Ps. ~67:7, where we read: "Who maketh men of one 68 2, 59 | hath no bitterness," as we ~read further on (verse 16). Therefore 69 2, 68 | with these [of which we ~read in Mt. 5:3]: but there is 70 2, 69 | beatitudes, Lk. 6:25, where we read: "Woe to you that are filled; 71 2, 69 | life. ~Accordingly, when we read, "Blessed is the man whom 72 2, 69 | beatitude of mourning: when we read, "Blessed ~is the man that 73 2, 69 | cleanness of heart: and when we read, "Blessed is the man ~that 74 2, 87 | from Matthew (verse 32) we ~read: "Fill ye up then the measure 75 2, 90 | derived from legere [to read] because it is written."~ 76 2, 96 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in De Lib. Arb. i, 5: "It 77 2, 98 | and shortly ~afterwards we read, "Show me Thy glory. Therefore 78 2, 102 | Douay and A. V. and R. V. read: 'Boughs of ~thick trees'], 79 2, 102 | water, of ~which water we read in Num. 19. For there God 80 2, 102 | its nature; wherefore we read (Mt. 15:11): "Not that which 81 2, 102 | R.O. 7 Para. 2/2~When we read: "Thou shalt bind them on 82 2, 102 | same ~chapter, where we read further on (Dt. 7:26): " 83 2, 103 | preceded the Law. For ~we read (Gn. 13:18) that "Abraham . . . 84 2, 103 | As a ~sign of this, we read that at the Passion of Christ " 85 2, 105 | Divine authority; as we read of its being introduced ~ 86 2, 105 | in place of Moses; and we read about each of the judges 87 2, 105 | they should continually read and ~ponder on God's Law, 88 2, 105 | words of ~the Law, where we read: "If any man sell his daughter 89 2, 106 | The text quoted should read thus: "in ~the likeness 90 2, 106 | many days hence": which we ~read as having been fulfilled 91 2, 107 | of ~the Old Law. For we read (Mt. 5:27-32): You have 92 2, 107 | righteous. Accordingly we read also (1 Jn. 5:3) that "His ~ 93 2, 108 | of the Holy Ghost: and we read that by His ~institution 94 2, 108 | reference to the latter, we read a little further on ~(Dt. 95 2, 1 | Nicene council had been read ~through, the holy synod 96 2, 2 | their predictions. Thus we read (Job 19:25): "I know that 97 2, 2 | xiii, 15). Moreover, we read in the ~history of the Romans, 98 2, 8 | same as "intus legere" [to read ~inwardly]. This is clear 99 2, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we read in the Decretals (Dist. 100 2, 10 | princes' ~households, for we read in the Epistle to the Philippians ( 101 2, 11 | Sovereign Pontiff. For we read [*Decret. ~xxiv, qu. 1, 102 2, 11 | appear to be ~sincere: we read of this as having frequently 103 2, 14 | resplendent truth," and as we ~read in Eccles. 11:7, "the light 104 2, 15 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~We read of these things also being 105 2, 17 | saints, in which sense we read just before (Job ~40:18): " 106 2, 18 | unjust judge of whom we read ~(Lk. 18:2) that he "feared 107 2, 18 | for men, according as we read of Elias or Eliseus (Ecclus. 108 2, 24 | unto ourselves, hence we read in ~Ethic. ix, 4,8, that " 109 2, 28 | their opinions. We also read ~that Paul and Barnabas 110 2, 30 | which is contrary to what we read ~(Lk. 21:3) of the widow 111 2, 31 | admonition in private. Thus we ~read (Gn. 37:2) that "Joseph 112 2, 31 | them in private: nor do we read that Our ~Lord admonished 113 2, 37 | unbelief or idolatry: for we read (Ex. 32:28) that some ~were 114 2, 37 | of the sin of schism we read (Num. 16:30): "If the Lord 115 2, 41 | word," etc. says: "When we read ~'Whosoever shall scandalize,' 116 2, 41 | Gospel of Christ" as we read 1 Cor. 9:12. For a like ~ 117 2, 42 | Further, in Mt. 22:37 we read: "With all thy mind," which 118 2, 42 | strength" or "force" we read "with all thy might." [* 119 2, 43 | Trin. xii, 14; xiv, 1) we read: "Behold piety, that is ~ 120 2, 53 | about the future. Now we read (Jn. 12:6) that ~Christ 121 2, 53 | to have a purse, and we read in the Acts of the ~Apostles 122 2, 62 | someone by chance. For we read (Gn. 4:23,24) that Lamech 123 2, 63 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in Lev. 24 that a man was 124 2, 68 | three witnesses, for we read ~that Naboth was unjustly 125 2, 74 | mountains of Gelboe, as we read in 2 Kgs. 1:21, namely on ~ 126 2, 76 | Ecclus. 29:10, where we read: "Many have refused to ~ 127 2, 78 | self-defense." [*St. Thomas read 'obscurum,' and explains 128 2, 81 | the Gospel of Matthew we read, "supersubstantial," i.e. " 129 2, 81 | the angels, wherefore we read in ~the Ps. 96:7: "Adore 130 2, 81 | hath sought Thee,'" and we read of Anna (1 Kgs. 1:13) that ~" 131 2, 81 | ix, cap. 11, seqq.) we read: ~"Supplication is bewailing 132 2, 82 | to ~God alone: since we read (Gn. 18:2) that Abraham 133 2, 83 | with sacrifices: for we read of some, e.g. ~Melchisedech ( 134 2, 83 | just men. Yet we do not read that Isaac offered sacrifice; 135 2, 83 | Perhaps the reason why we read of no sacrifice being ~offered 136 2, 84 | the people and God, as we read of Moses (Dt. 5:5), wherefore 137 2, 85 | precept but of a vow. For we read (Gn. ~28:20,22) that Jacob " 138 2, 85 | other tithes of which we ~read (Dt. 14:22,23): "Every year 139 2, 86 | of Christ." But we do not read that either Christ or the ~ 140 2, 88 | certain results: thus we read of the ~Blessed James [* 141 2, 93 | divination by dreams. Now we read of holy men interpreting 142 2, 93 | make use thereof. Now we read of Joseph that he paid ~ 143 2, 93 | ascribed to demons. Thus we read (Ezech. 21:21) that "the ~ 144 2, 93 | divine authority. Hence we read in a decree of Pope Stephen ~ 145 2, 94 | Gospel. Yet is not the Gospel read in church and heard ~by 146 2, 95 | Pharisees tempted Christ, as we read in Mt. 22:15, sqq. Again 147 2, 95 | Is. 7:11-13). And we read of Abraham (Gn. 15:8) that 148 2, 96 | not remember ever to have read in the Holy ~Scriptures 149 2, 98 | the magician, of whom ~we read (Acts 8:18,19) that "he 150 2, 98 | Holy Ghost." But we do not read that he ~wished to sell 151 2, 98 | disciple of Eliseus, of whom we read (4 Kgs. 5:20-24) that he 152 2, 99 | burial the will had to be read, the estate had to be divided, 153 2, 101 | preventing one ~another," and we read (1 Pt. 2:17): "Honor all 154 2, 101 | honored by the king": and we read ~(Esther 6:11) that Assuerus 155 2, 106 | children." ~Moreover we read (Josue 7) that the people 156 2, 108 | model of human life. But we read of certain very holy men ~ 157 2, 116 | possessed man, of whom we read in Mk. 5, stripped himself, 158 2, 120 | are forbidden: since we read ~first: "Thou shalt not 159 2, 120 | and for this reason too we read (Mt. 12:5), that "on the 160 2, 121 | for bodily pain. Hence we read (2 Macc. 6:30) that Eleazar 161 2, 122 | suffer martyrdom; thus we read of many holy martyrs who 162 2, 122 | obedience unto death; thus we read of Christ (Phil. ~2:8) that 163 2, 122 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we read of certain women as commended 164 2, 124 | of 'ea.' We should then read: For the reason that he 165 2, 145 | bridegroom"; hence when we read in Luke: ~"The children 166 2, 145 | xiii, in Matth.]," we ~read in Mt. 9:15: "The children 167 2, 145 | unfittingly ~appointed. For we read (Mt. 4) that Christ began 168 2, 148 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the Canons of the apostles ( 169 2, 152 | the patriarchs. Thus we ~read (Gn. 16:4) that Abraham 170 2, 152 | the devil alone. Thus we read in the ~Collationes Patrum ( 171 2, 152 | indicated (Lev. 18:7) where ~we read: "She is thy mother, thou 172 2, 152 | 2 Cor. 12:21) where we read: "And have not done penance 173 2, 161 | seal of resemblance," we ~read: "Full of wisdom." But the 174 2, 170 | external things. Hence we ~read of the sons of the prophets ( 175 2, 170 | with Balaam, of whom we read that the Lord spoke to ~ 176 2, 171 | live," says: "Prophets can read in the book of God's foreknowledge 177 2, 171 | The prophets are said to read the book of God's ~foreknowledge, 178 2, 171 | contemplation; thus we read of ~Peter (Acts 10:9) that 179 2, 172 | foreknowledge, since the prophets "read in the ~book of foreknowledge," 180 2, 172 | kind is a vision, as we read in Isaias, who says (Is. ~ 181 2, 172 | St. ~Thomas apparently read 'ligna' ('wood')] is wont 182 2, 172 | prophets after John. For we read in the ~Acts of the apostles 183 2, 173 | of God. For just as we read of Paul that he was rapt 184 2, 173 | the third heaven, ~so we read of Peter (Acts 10:10) that " 185 2, 174 | received." ~Now we do not read that Christ spoke more than 186 2, 175 | granted to women, as we read of Deborah (Judges 4:4), 187 2, 176 | of a dead body. Thus we read (4 Kgs. 13:21) that "some . . . ~ 188 2, 176 | themselves or by others. For we read ~(Acts 19:11,12) that "God 189 2, 183 | for our learning." Now we read (Is. 6:8) that ~Isaias offered 190 2, 183 | of ~their own: since we read of Paul (2 Cor. 11:8) that 191 2, 183 | but it becomes him to read and meditate even more than 192 2, 184 | of whose mother-in-law we read Mt. ~8:14. Therefore it 193 2, 185 | perverseness is this, to wish to ~read but not to obey what one 194 2, 185 | was able-bodied, we do not read that he sought ~to live 195 2, 186 | their office. For we do not read that our Lord appointed 196 2, 186 | the scriptures. Thus we read in the Conferences of the 197 2, 186 | perverseness is this, to wish to read, but ~not to obey what one 198 2, 187 | xx in ~Ezech.). Hence we read in the Lives of the Fathers ( 199 2, 187 | our ~parents. Hence as we read (Mt. 8:22; Lk. 9:62) our 200 3, 2 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the Synod of Chalcedon ( 201 3, 2 | coll. viii, can. 5) we read: "Since the unity may be 202 3, 5 | Ephesus (P. II, Act. I) we read the saying of St. Theophilus: " 203 3, 7 | them both?" ~Now we do not read that Christ made use of 204 3, 7 | unity [*Perhaps we ~should read 'infinity' - Ed.] of the 205 3, 8 | but of angels. Hence ~we read (Mt. 4:11) that "angels 206 3, 10 | and, on the contrary, we read ~(Gn. 22:12): "Now I know 207 3, 13 | Constantinople, Act. iv], we read: "When He, the Creator and ~ 208 3, 21 | the author thereof, as we read (Mt. 26:27; Jn. ~11:41): 209 3, 21 | be taken from Him, as we ~read (Mt. 26:39): and yet it 210 3, 22 | was wholly burnt, as we read in the first chapter of 211 3, 22 | III, ch. i, anath. 10] we read: "If anyone say that the ~ 212 3, 22 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the acts of the Council 213 3, 23 | humanity [*Some editions read ~'humilitas' - 'the humility 214 3, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the chapters of the Fifth 215 3, 27 | than all others: hence we read (Lk. ~1:28) that the angel 216 3, 27 | to use: since we do not read that she taught ~which is 217 3, 28 | Ephesus (quoted above) we read: "Whosoever ~brings forth 218 3, 28 | further on (Mt. ~1:24,25) we read: "And" (Joseph) "took unto 219 3, 29 | death for whoredom; for we read (Lev. 21:9): "If the ~daughter 220 3, 30 | For ~this reason, as we read in the life of Anthony, " 221 3, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, we read (4 Kgs. 8:24) that Joram 222 3, 35 | from Holy Scripture. But we read nowhere in ~Holy Scripture 223 3, 35 | Ephesus (P. 1, Cap. xxvi), we read: "If anyone confess not 224 3, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we read in the book De Infantia 225 3, 36 | Or we may say, as may be read in the book De Qq. Vet. 226 3, 36 | not many noble," as ~we read 1 Cor. 1:26. Secondly, the 227 3, 38 | of Christ. But ~we do not read that either children or 228 3, 38 | expectation of the nations," as we read Gn. 49:10. Indeed, Christ ~ 229 3, 39 | OBJ 2: Further, we do not read that Christ taught or worked 230 3, 39 | the age of thirty. Thus we read (Gn. 41:46) ~that "Joseph 231 3, 39 | Egypt. In like manner we read (2 Kgs. 5:4) that "David 232 3, 39 | thirtieth year," as we read Ezech. 1:1.~Aquin.: SMT 233 3, 40 | commenting on Matthew, says: ~"We read that our Lord had three 234 3, 40 | Godhead. Wherefore, as we read Mt. ~9:14, the Pharisees 235 3, 40 | Ephesus (P. iii, c. ix) we read: "He chose all that was ~ 236 3, 40 | Mt. 12:5): "Have ye not read in the ~Law that on the 237 3, 41 | devil. ~[*All the codices read 'majus.' One of the earliest 238 3, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we read that Christ fasted but once. 239 3, 42 | the Jews first." And so we read ~(Is. 66:19): "I will send 240 3, 42 | condemned their vices. Hence we read (Mt. 15:12,14) that when ~ 241 3, 42 | all things ~openly. For we read that He taught many things 242 3, 42 | passage quoted, "we do ~not read that our Lord was wont to 243 3, 42 | they who claim ~to have read those books of Christ do 244 3, 42 | whatever He wished us to read concerning His deeds and 245 3, 43 | the marriage feast. For we read in the book De ~Infantia 246 3, 43 | grievances of mortal men, this we read ~concerning none soever 247 3, 44 | spirit of life." But we read of no miracles worked by ~ 248 3, 44 | on bodies, but we do not read of His working any miracles 249 3, 46 | death of ~malediction, as we read Dt. 21:23: "He is accursed 250 3, 46 | the Sun of Justice, as we read Mal. 4:2. Therefore it seems 251 3, 46 | by Hebron and Arbe, as we read in the book of Jesus ~Ben 252 3, 46 | Ephes., P. i, cap. 26] we read: "If ~any man does not confess 253 3, 47 | a command. But we do not read that Christ was ~commanded 254 3, 47 | than obedience. But ~we read that Christ suffered out 255 3, 47 | Him up to Pilate; as we read in Jn. 18:35: "Thy own nation, ~ 256 3, 47 | suffer for us; ~hence we read in the same passage: "He 257 3, 47 | His persecutors: thus we read (Mt. 27:46) that Christ, ~ 258 3, 49 | closed to man. ~Hence we read in Gn. 3:24 that after our 259 3, 51 | certainty of death. Hence we read (Mk. 15:44,45), that Pilate 260 3, 53 | from the ~dead, because we read in the Old Testament of 261 3, 54 | with His disciples, as we read ~in the closing chapters 262 3, 55 | Consens. Evang. iii), we read how ~Christ appeared five 263 3, 55 | on the eighth day, as we read in Jn. 20:26. It seems, 264 3, 55 | the wounds; hence, as we read ~in the last chapter of 265 3, 55 | with His disciples, as we read in the last chapter of ~ 266 3, 57 | It is to be noted that we read of Elias ~having ascended 267 3, 57 | another's help. But we do not read of our Saviour being ~lifted 268 3, 57 | into heaven." ~Besides, we read of Him showing Himself to 269 3, 57 | e.g. in Paul's case, as we read ~in Acts 9. And lest any 270 3, 58 | God is a spirit," as ~we read in Jn. 4:24. Therefore it 271 3, 59 | belong to Christ. For as we read in Lk. 12:13,14, when one 272 3, 63 | hence (Heb. 1:3), ~where we read "figure of His substance, " 273 3, 66 | the name of Christ, as we read in the Acts of the Apostles ( 274 3, 66 | Acts 2 ~and 4, where we read that on one day three thousand 275 3, 66 | Apostolic Canons (xlix) we read: "If any priest or bishop 276 3, 66 | in the acts of which we read: "In order to avoid the 277 3, 67 | is the deacon's duty to read the Gospel in church, and ~ 278 3, 67 | woman cannot baptize. For we read in the acts of ~the Council 279 3, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we read in the decrees of the Council 280 3, 68 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, as we read in Is. 27:9, "this is all 281 3, 68 | recently converted, as we read in Mt. 9:14,15: and the 282 3, 68 | comes ~forth first, as we read in Gn. 38:27: "In the very 283 3, 69 | grace and virtues: ~thus we read (Acts 10:1,2): "There was 284 3, 70 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read (Gn. 17) that circumcision 285 3, 70 | knife, thus (Ex. 4:25) we read that "Sephora took a very 286 3, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we read (Joshua 5:5,6) that "the 287 3, 70 | Falsa Poenit. ix). But we read ~nowhere of circumcision 288 3, 71 | Holy ~Scripture which is read in the church by ministers: 289 3, 71 | so the New Testament is read by the ~Deacons and Subdeacons. 290 3, 72 | above (Q[64]~, A[2]). But we read nowhere of Confirmation 291 3, 72 | by Confirmation, since we read nowhere of Christ being ~ 292 3, 72 | institute this form, nor do we read ~of the apostles making 293 3, 72 | day of Pentecost, as we read in Acts 2; and just as He ~ 294 3, 72 | this ~prohibition, as we read in the decree of the Council 295 3, 73 | Christ's Baptism, as we read in Jn. 3:22.~Aquin.: SMT 296 3, 74 | bread, because, as we have read in Ex. 12, the Jews, according ~ 297 3, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As we read in Ex. 12, the paschal solemnity 298 3, 74 | such, according to what we read in the Sixth ~Council (Trull., 299 3, 74 | but ~both mixed because we read that both flowed from His 300 3, 76 | with His body. Hence we ~read in the profession of faith 301 3, 78 | commandment of the law "had been read" by Moses, "he sprinkled 302 3, 79 | Viaticum," a figure whereof we read in 3 Kgs. 19:8: "Elias ate 303 3, 80 | forgiveness of their sins, as we read in Lk. 7 of the woman who 304 3, 80 | them to proof. Because we read in the Decretals: ~"It often 305 3, 80 | Carthage ~(Can. xxxv) we read: "Reconciliation is not 306 3, 80 | receiving this sacrament. So we read in ~the Conferences of the 307 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, we read in the (3rd) Council of 308 3, 80 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the First Council of 309 3, 80 | spitting it out. Hence we read in the ~acts of the Fourth 310 3, 80 | Therefore, since we do not read ~of Christ entering his 311 3, 80 | entire ~sacrament. For, as we read in the (Twelfth) Council 312 3, 81 | Baptism upon others: as we read in Acts 1:1: "Jesus began ~ 313 3, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We read in the Gospels how Christ " 314 3, 81 | to Judas. Because, as ~we read (Mt. 26:29), our Lord, after 315 3, 81 | morsel, especially since we read (Jn. ~13:26) that "after 316 3, 81 | then, as some think ~who read carelessly." Therefore it 317 3, 82 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: We do not read of Christ baptizing with 318 3, 82 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read in the acts of the (Twelfth) 319 3, 82 | the people. Accordingly we read in the chapter ~mentioned 320 3, 82 | sharer in his sin. Hence we read in John's Second ~Canonical 321 3, 83 | 22:11,12. Moreover, we read (Acts 2:46) that "the apostles 322 3, 83 | the ~Son of God." Hence we read in De Consecr., dist. 1: " 323 3, 83 | the Church, therefore we read (De Consecr., dist. 1): " 324 3, 83 | bishop's consent. ~Hence we read in the same distinction: " 325 3, 83 | the same distinction we read: "We permit that, if the ~ 326 3, 83 | the same distinction we read: "It is our pleasure that 327 3, 83 | And for this reason we read in the same distinction: ~" 328 3, 83 | consecrate. But, as we ~read in the same distinction: " 329 3, 83 | works of the laity." We read there, too, that "the altar 330 3, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: As we read in De Consecr., dist. 1, " 331 3, 83 | wrapped ~therein. Hence we read in an Epistle of Pope Silvester, 332 3, 83 | the Gospels: for we do not read in the Gospel, of Christ ~ 333 3, 83 | Lectors and Sub-deacons read aloud in the church the 334 3, 83 | in the Gospel, which is read by the higher ~ministers, 335 3, 83 | after the Gospel has been read, the "Creed" is sung in ~ 336 3, 83 | up the sacrifice: ~for we read (Ex. 30:19,20): "Aaron and 337 3, 83 | for the sick. Hence ~we read in the same distinction: " 338 3, 83 | Decretal vii, q. 1), we read the following decree of 339 3, 83 | the same distinction, we read a decree of ~the (Fourth) 340 3, 84 | s custom. But we do not read that Christ ~instituted 341 3, 84 | by God, wherefore, ~as we read in Mt. 16:19 before it was 342 3, 84 | or imperative: ~thus we read (Acts 3:6) that Peter said 343 3, 84 | imposition of hands; ~for we read (Acts 8:17) that the apostles " 344 3, 84 | be removed; even as we ~read of our Lord (Mk. 6:5) that 345 3, 84 | before Baptism, because we read that at the beginning of 346 3, 84 | the Ninevites did, as we read in Jn. 3. And yet ~even 347 3, 84 | from God, according as we read ~(Jn. 3:9): "Who can tell 348 3, 84 | from ~sins. Now we do not read that our Lord restored the 349 3, 86 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read (Mk. 8) that the blind man 350 3, 89 | 1/1~On the contrary, We read (Lk. 15:22) that the father 351 3, 89 | 1~On the contrary, As we read in the same Distinction, 352 3, 89 | position": and ~moreover we read in the acts of the council 353 3, 89 | innocence, of ~which, as we read in the same chapter, the 354 3, 89 | bishop Masso, ~and as we read in the Distinction quoted 355 3, Note| be borne in mind when we read the Supplement, notably 356 Suppl, 6 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we read of some being forgiven their 357 Suppl, 6 | OBJ 2: Although we do not read that they confessed, it 358 Suppl, 6 | instituted by a man. But we read of confession being instituted, 359 Suppl, 6 | and although we do not read it explicitly, yet it was 360 Suppl, 13| principal: ~wherefore we read in the Lives of the Fathers ( 361 Suppl, 15| is weakened"; hence ~we read (Gn. 32:25) that the sinew 362 Suppl, 16| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, we read in the Lives of the Fathers, 363 Suppl, 21| Church ~Triumphant. Now we read in the epistle of Jude ( 364 Suppl, 28| penance for another: thus we read ~in the Lives of the Fathers 365 Suppl, 29| evident from Is. 1:6 where we read: " . . . swelling sores: 366 Suppl, 31| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, we read of certain fathers in Egypt 367 Suppl, 36| no one is competent to read what he understands not, ~ 368 Suppl, 36| understands not, ~since to read without intelligence is " 369 Suppl, 36| is ~the lower Order) to read the Old Testament, as stated 370 Suppl, 36| OTC Para. 2/2 ~Further, we read in the Lives of the Fathers 371 Suppl, 37| oblations on the altar, and to read the ~epistle; and subdeacons 372 Suppl, 37| belongs to the readers to read the Old Testament. ~Therefore 373 Suppl, 37| and not to deacons, to read ~the New Testament.~Aquin.: 374 Suppl, 37| entrusted to ~subdeacons to be read by them. Therefore the Gospel 375 Suppl, 37| Order is ~the higher. But to read the epistle does not belong 376 Suppl, 40| 1/2~On the contrary, We read in the council of Constantinople: " 377 Suppl, 41| Sent. iv, D, 26); nor do we read anywhere that this precept 378 Suppl, 42| Mt. 19:4): "Have ye not read that He Who ~made man from 379 Suppl, 63| 1/2~On the contrary, We read of Abraham having contracted 380 Suppl, 65| dispensation. Now we do not read in the Law of ~a general 381 Suppl, 65| force, especially as we read nowhere of its having been 382 Suppl, 65| taken in marriage. Now we read that ~certain men who were 383 Suppl, 65| in the Old Testament we read of concubines ~being taken 384 Suppl, 66| edition reads "officium," some read ~"effectum"; the meaning 385 Suppl, 71| to the Jews," ~and yet we read further on (2 Macc. 12:43) 386 Suppl, 71| Fathers (iii, 172; vi, 3) we read, ~and the Damascene relates 387 Suppl, 71| from being buried, as we read of ~having been done to 388 Suppl, 71| after the words quoted we read: "For oil and candles are 389 Suppl, 72| state in this life. For we read that they withstood God' 390 Suppl, 72| for the signs of ~which we read in the gospels, as Augustine 391 Suppl, 72| every man's work," says: "We read that there ~will be a twofold 392 Suppl, 84| every one will be able to read all that is on another's ~ 393 Suppl, 84| inscribed." Now one cannot read a thing in a book, unless 394 Suppl, 84| would seem that one cannot read in one's conscience all 395 Suppl, 84| every one will be able to read all that is in another's ~ 396 Suppl, 84| impossible for every one to read all ~that is in another' 397 Suppl, 84| 22:30). Now angels cannot read ~one another's thoughts 398 Suppl, 84| again we shall be unable to read what ~is contained in another' 399 Suppl, 84| material book should be read containing the deeds of 400 Suppl, 84| the time it would take to read. But ~in like manner it 401 Suppl, 86| Divine ~contemplation, who read every day the book of wisdom, 402 Suppl, 86| with Him. else since we read that Matthias was ~appointed 403 Suppl, 88| before. In the same sense we read (Gn. 3:17,18): "Cursed is 404 Suppl, 88| he maintains that what we read in the Old Testament about 405 Suppl, 93| whose marriage ~we do not read.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 406 Appen2, 1| and thus sometimes, as we read, some are punished in ~various


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