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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 5 | evil, which can only be ~removed by non-being, is desirable. 2 1, 6 | assimilation which is far removed and defective; as appears ~ 3 1, 8 | to things which are far removed from Him; nor is it necessary ~ 4 1, 12 | that creatures are not ~removed from Him by reason of any 5 1, 13 | principle of all things and removed from all things; for ~those 6 1, 14 | however, that there must be ~removed from each of them, so far 7 1, 16 | Hence, if the cause were ~removed, that thing's coming to 8 1, 21 | name. ~Now defects are not removed, except by the perfection 9 1, 22 | casual and evil ~things - as removed from the care of divine 10 1, 25 | been corrupt cannot be ~removed from her; as also is it 11 1, 25 | lost charity thereby can be removed from the sinner.~Aquin.: 12 1, 25 | envious. But envy ~is far removed from God. Therefore God 13 1, 27 | it ~be reckoned as wholly removed from the sphere of external 14 1, 31 | solitary. For solitude is not removed by association ~with anything 15 1, 39 | God the Father," is to be removed from the Son's divinity ~ 16 1, 39 | the other persons were removed. So the other ~persons derive 17 1, 39 | if the other persons be ~removed, we do not find equality 18 1, 40 | Therefore, if property be removed from person, the ~hypostasis 19 1, 40 | Therefore, if paternity be removed, ~there still remains the 20 1, 40 | Therefore, if filiation be ~removed, the Son's hypostasis no 21 1, 40 | difference of ~rationality is removed from man, the man no longer 22 1, 40 | intellect if the properties are removed; but not the hypostasis 23 1, 40 | non-personal properties are removed, then the idea of the hypostases 24 1, 40 | distinguishing property be removed from the person, ~the hypostasis 25 1, 40 | rationality of the nature removed; for both person and hypostasis 26 1, 40 | unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, as if ~innascibility constituted 27 1, 40 | Father. So, ~if paternity be removed, the hypostasis of the Father 28 1, 45 | movement. Now when movement is removed from ~action and passion, 29 1, 48 | something is always being removed, is at some time ~consumed, 30 1, 48 | it would never be wholly removed while the air remained, 31 1, 48 | other goods are not wholly removed, as said above.~Aquin.: 32 1, 48 | accordingly as a man is removed from the ~end and from the 33 1, 57 | first ~obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, and 34 1, 58 | can be attributed to, or removed from, the subject, ~it would 35 1, 62 | being is in infinite degrees removed from ~the infinite; it comes 36 1, 65 | one would not be further removed from God than another. ~ 37 1, 65 | corruptible because they are far removed from God (De Gen. et Corrup. 38 1, 67 | cause of the quality be ~removed, as heat remains in water 39 1, 67 | as heat remains in water removed from the fire. But light 40 1, 67 | change, ~which is itself removed from contrariety. ~Aquin.: 41 1, 67 | formlessness of darkness should be removed first of all by the production ~ 42 1, 76 | body remains light, when removed from its proper ~place, 43 1, 76 | Further, when the cause is removed, the effect is also removed. ~ 44 1, 76 | removed, the effect is also removed. ~Therefore, if human souls 45 1, 76 | follows that the bodies being removed, the number of souls ~would 46 1, 76 | sensitive, and when this is removed, it is supplanted by a more 47 1, 76 | when an accidental form is removed, a thing is said to be ~ 48 1, 77 | Further, if the cause be removed, the effect is removed. 49 1, 77 | be removed, the effect is removed. Hence if ~the difference 50 1, 39 | God the Father," is to be removed from the Son's divinity ~ 51 1, 39 | the other persons were removed. So the other ~persons derive 52 1, 39 | if the other persons be ~removed, we do not find equality 53 1, 40 | Therefore, if property be removed from person, the ~hypostasis 54 1, 40 | Therefore, if paternity be removed, ~there still remains the 55 1, 40 | Therefore, if filiation be ~removed, the Son's hypostasis no 56 1, 40 | difference of ~rationality is removed from man, the man no longer 57 1, 40 | intellect if the properties are removed; but not the hypostasis 58 1, 40 | non-personal properties are removed, then the idea of the hypostases 59 1, 40 | distinguishing property be removed from the person, ~the hypostasis 60 1, 40 | rationality of the nature removed; for both person and hypostasis 61 1, 40 | unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, as if ~innascibility constituted 62 1, 40 | Father. So, ~if paternity be removed, the hypostasis of the Father 63 1, 46 | movement. Now when movement is removed from ~action and passion, 64 1, 49 | something is always being removed, is at some time ~consumed, 65 1, 49 | it would never be wholly removed while the air remained, 66 1, 49 | other goods are not wholly removed, as said above.~Aquin.: 67 1, 49 | accordingly as a man is removed from the ~end and from the 68 1, 58 | first ~obstacle will be removed at the Resurrection, and 69 1, 59 | can be attributed to, or removed from, the subject, ~it would 70 1, 63 | being is in infinite degrees removed from ~the infinite; it comes 71 1, 66 | one would not be further removed from God than another. ~ 72 1, 66 | corruptible because they are far removed from God (De Gen. et Corrup. 73 1, 68 | cause of the quality be ~removed, as heat remains in water 74 1, 68 | as heat remains in water removed from the fire. But light 75 1, 68 | change, ~which is itself removed from contrariety. ~Aquin.: 76 1, 68 | formlessness of darkness should be removed first of all by the production ~ 77 1, 75 | body remains light, when removed from its proper ~place, 78 1, 75 | Further, when the cause is removed, the effect is also removed. ~ 79 1, 75 | removed, the effect is also removed. ~Therefore, if human souls 80 1, 75 | follows that the bodies being removed, the number of souls ~would 81 1, 75 | sensitive, and when this is removed, it is supplanted by a more 82 1, 75 | when an accidental form is removed, a thing is said to be ~ 83 1, 76 | Further, if the cause be removed, the effect is removed. 84 1, 76 | be removed, the effect is removed. Hence if ~the difference 85 1, 85 | defect of intellect will be removed by the state of glory, when 86 1, 85 | and ~more vigorous when removed from sense. Therefore the 87 1, 88 | when the body was once removed, the soul would at once 88 1, 90 | the heavenly ~bodies he is removed from contraries by an equable 89 1, 91 | his body. So, if a rib was removed, his body remained imperfect; 90 1, 91 | Further, a rib cannot be removed from man without pain. But 91 2, 1 | one another, the first be removed, the ~others must, of necessity, 92 2, 1 | others must, of necessity, be removed also. Now the first of all 93 2, 1 | another, if the ~first be removed, those that are ordained 94 2, 1 | first, must of necessity ~be removed also. Wherefore the Philosopher 95 2, 3 | as all those things are removed which ~disturb and hinder 96 2, 14 | and an obstacle can be removed by some human reason. Therefore ~ 97 2, 15 | Reply OBJ 2: If the first be removed, then what follows is removed, ~ 98 2, 15 | removed, then what follows is removed, ~provided that, properly 99 2, 15 | several things, it is not removed by the fact ~that one of 100 2, 15 | fact ~that one of them is removed; thus if hardening is the 101 2, 36 | desired. But, when hope is removed through the ~presence of 102 2, 41 | all the other passions are removed. Therefore fear is ~not 103 2, 42 | coming. If such a remedy be removed, there is an end ~to hope 104 2, 42 | already ~present evil is removed: and of such a remedy we 105 2, 45 | contraries to be "farthest ~removed from one another," as stated 106 2, 45 | that which is ~farthest removed from fear, is daring: since 107 2, 50 | endures, they cannot be removed; or because they ~are difficult 108 2, 52 | qualities which are further removed from quantity, and are connected 109 2, 53 | from a thing, a habit is ~removed, though with difficulty.~ 110 2, 58 | command of prudence, be ~removed; and this is done by moral 111 2, 59 | thing perfect, when it is removed from its ~contrary and from 112 2, 63 | weighed down by the body, are removed by ~study and practice, 113 2, 67 | Now if the foundation is removed, that which is built upon ~ 114 2, 67 | such an imperfection be removed, the species ~of that thing 115 2, 67 | such an imperfection be removed, the ~thing remains substantially.~ 116 2, 67 | is proper to a thing is removed, there remains what ~is 117 2, 67 | the ~darkness of faith removed, the knowledge of faith 118 2, 67 | when the difference is removed, as ~the substance of matter 119 2, 67 | genus if the difference be removed, the substance of ~the genus 120 2, 67 | faith, which is the unseen, removed actually, but even its ~ 121 2, 73 | virtue, as being furthest removed from it in the same genus. 122 2, 76 | As knowledge, which is removed by ignorance, regards sin 123 2, 76 | act. Now ~ignorance is not removed by repentance, but remains 124 2, 76 | act, all its guilt ~being removed by repentance. Therefore 125 2, 76 | the knowledge, which is removed by ignorance, would not 126 2, 85 | Further, if the cause is removed, the effect is removed. 127 2, 85 | is removed, the effect is removed. But ~these defects are 128 2, 85 | But ~these defects are not removed, when all sin is removed 129 2, 85 | removed, when all sin is removed by Baptism or ~Penance. 130 2, 85 | causes of an obstacle being ~removed, do not point to equal effects. 131 2, 85 | obstacle to its falling is ~removed. Accordingly, when original 132 2, 85 | when original justice is removed, the nature of the ~human 133 2, 85 | original and actual sin are removed by the same cause ~that 134 2, 86 | of reason, the stain is removed. For although the act of 135 2, 86 | ceases, local distance is not removed, ~so neither, when the act 136 2, 86 | sin ceases, is the stain removed.~ 137 2, 87 | sin. ~For if the cause be removed the effect is removed. But 138 2, 87 | be removed the effect is removed. But sin is the cause ~of 139 2, 87 | Therefore, when the sin is removed, the debt ~of punishment 140 2, 87 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sin is removed by man returning to virtue. 141 2, 87 | Therefore, when sin is ~removed, the debt of punishment 142 2, 87 | Therefore, ~when sin is removed the debt of punishment does 143 2, 87 | remains, when the sin has been removed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 144 2, 87 | the stain of sin cannot be removed from the soul, without the 145 2, 87 | the stain of sin cannot be removed from man, unless his will ~ 146 2, 87 | the stain of ~sin has been removed, there may remain a debt 147 2, 87 | when the stain has been removed, the debt of punishment 148 2, 87 | OBJ 3: When the stain is removed, the wound of sin is healed 149 2, 89 | because venial sins are ~removed by fire, quickly or slowly, 150 2, 99 | temporal goods, and far removed from God, according to Is. ~ 151 2, 102 | living in water are further removed from man ~than other animals, 152 2, 102 | disturbance will be far removed from the future state. Or 153 2, 105 | difference of persons." It also removed ~an occasion of pronouncing 154 2, 105 | time the said danger was removed, by prescribing the return 155 2, 105 | danger of death by being removed from the ~battle.~Aquin.: 156 2, 108 | Hence this disorder is removed by ~the commandments. Nevertheless, 157 2, 109 | ought without doubt to be removed beyond all hearing, and 158 2, 112 | it. But if the cause be removed, the effect must ~needs 159 2, 112 | the effect must ~needs be removed also. Therefore, if anyone 160 2, 113 | hindrance to movement must be removed before the movement takes 161 2, 114 | toil lessens ~merit and is removed by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 162 2, 1 | the ~further they were removed from Christ in point of 163 2, 5 | essence of faith would not be removed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[2] 164 2, 6 | previous unbelief is ~not removed) but in part, namely, in 165 2, 9 | ignorance is not entirely removed, save by both kinds of ~ 166 2, 12 | if that which follows be ~removed, that which precedes, remains, 167 2, 12 | God"; when once ~faith is removed, man retains nothing that 168 2, 12 | does not befit Him, is ~far removed from the perfection of goodness 169 2, 13 | of evil, is rejected or removed; thus hope is removed by ~ 170 2, 13 | or removed; thus hope is removed by ~despair, and fear by 171 2, 13 | good deeds, which hope is removed by "despair"; ~and by fear, 172 2, 13 | punishes sins, which fear is removed by "presumption," when, 173 2, 13 | hardened in sin, and this is removed by "obstinacy," whereby 174 2, 14 | carnal vices are further ~removed from the mind, that they 175 2, 17 | gives a thing its species be removed, the species ~is destroyed, 176 2, 17 | possible things, but ~far removed from them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 177 2, 19 | despairing, unless his faith be removed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 178 2, 19 | Therefore ~when hope is removed, faith can remain; so that, 179 2, 19 | when the first cause is ~removed, but also when the secondary 180 2, 19 | when the secondary cause is removed. Hence the movement ~of 181 2, 23 | that, That one contrary is removed by the other contrary ~supervening. 182 2, 23 | would not necessarily be removed by one mortal sin, for act ~ 183 2, 24 | that the former ~love being removed the latter is taken away.~ 184 2, 26 | brought about by sin, is ~removed by charity, but not by knowledge 185 2, 26 | us than those who are far removed; and in this respect the ~ 186 2, 28 | some other, and both are removed by peace, as ~stated above. 187 2, 32 | those who are ~very far removed from us, but rather those 188 2, 34 | apply to people who are far removed from one another: ~for no 189 2, 34 | envies not those who are far removed from him, whether ~in place, 190 2, 51 | Since knowledge is further removed from morality than ~prudence 191 2, 63 | A member should not be removed for the sake of the bodily ~ 192 2, 69 | exercising this office is removed in ~two ways. First, through 193 2, 77 | Wherefore a thing is further removed from its ~contrary than 194 2, 77 | negation; thus black is further removed ~from white than not-white 195 2, 81 | sting of the flesh to be removed from him. ~Therefore prayer 196 2, 87 | This obligation is not removed in the tribunal of conscience, ~ 197 2, 96 | obligation ~of an oath may be removed by some future occurrence: 198 2, 106 | his power; thus a man ~is removed from the administration 199 2, 106 | infected with ~leprosy a man is removed from the administration 200 2, 120 | and obstacles have to be removed. Thus the ~farmer first 201 2, 120 | obstacles to religion might be removed. For though affirmation 202 2, 120 | whereby ~obstacles are removed, comes first, as stated 203 2, 120 | obstacles to true religion being removed by the first ~and second 204 2, 121 | requires; and this obstacle is removed by the virtue of temperance. ~ 205 2, 124 | fearless: since if fear be removed, one is both brave to ~endure, 206 2, 126 | firmness unless its contrary be removed, for sometimes ~one, for 207 2, 127 | magnanimous, truth-loving, and far removed from deception." ~Therefore 208 2, 132 | obstacles to which ~are removed by a moderate love of money, 209 2, 139 | things that are furthest removed from reason, namely about 210 2, 139 | pleasures that are furthest ~removed from it, proves the greatness 211 2, 147 | and to the vices which are removed ~by virtue. In this respect, 212 2, 148 | Wherefore the greater the good removed by an evil, the graver the 213 2, 151 | glory to come, which hope is removed by despair, so ~that the 214 2, 152 | fornication, in that it should be ~removed by marriage only. Hence 215 2, 156 | a sign that the cause is removed, so the lack of anger ~is 216 2, 168 | obstacles to virtue may be removed. Now the precepts of the 217 2, 169 | things that are far [procul] removed from ~man's knowledge. Wherefore 218 2, 169 | darkness and ignorance is removed, according to Job 12:22, ~" 219 2, 169 | human sense, since ~they are removed from him. Thus Eliseus knew 220 2, 170 | incompatible ~with prophecy, it is removed by the Divine power.~Aquin.: 221 2, 170 | natural indisposition, if not removed, might be an ~obstacle to 222 2, 170 | indisposition as this is removed by the Divine power, ~which 223 2, 170 | prophecy denotes ~knowledge far removed from human knowledge. Now 224 2, 170 | some things that are far removed ~from the knowledge of an 225 2, 171 | distant things ~which are far removed from the senses, the intensity 226 2, 172 | and those who are further removed from health. on the other ~ 227 2, 178 | uniformity ~needs to be removed. First, that which arises 228 2, 178 | external things: this is removed by the soul withdrawing 229 2, 178 | uniformity requires to be removed from the ~soul, and this 230 2, 181 | is said that if a man be removed from the senate, he is ~ 231 2, 183 | obstacle may sometimes be ~removed by the very person who is 232 2, 183 | the impediment ~cannot be removed, neither by the person appointing 233 2, 184 | to ~perfect charity are removed. By the removal of the obstacles 234 2, 184 | external goods, ~which is removed by the vow of poverty; secondly, 235 2, 184 | pleasures, and these ~are removed by the vow of continence; 236 2, 184 | human will, and this is removed by the vow of obedience. 237 2, 184 | and this solicitude is removed from man by the vow of poverty; ~ 238 2, 185 | watchings, and idleness is removed by ~meditation on the Holy 239 2, 186 | lead to confusion should be removed ~from the Church. Now it 240 2, 187 | this obligation ~may be removed by his father's authority, 241 2, 187 | as occasions of sin are ~removed by religious observances, 242 3, 3 | belong to it if the other is removed; as a body, ~which is visible 243 3, 3 | that if the Personality be ~removed, the Divine Nature can still 244 3, 3 | regards these, if ~one is removed the other is taken away, 245 3, 6 | example, if the superficies be removed color would ~leave the body, 246 3, 9 | imperfect knowledge is removed by the presence of perfect 247 3, 21 | it come not, it cannot be removed. But, as that which ~passes 248 3, 22 | of punishment is entirely removed by the satisfaction ~that 249 3, 27 | the fomes was not entirely removed from her.~Aquin.: SMT TP 250 3, 29 | the motive for a lie is removed. If she ~had not been espoused 251 3, 29 | Thirdly, that all excuse be removed from those virgins who, 252 3, 36 | manifested Christ's birth removed all ~occasion of error. 253 3, 39 | into heaven were entirely removed by ~the Passion: but at 254 3, 44 | cause of the ailment being removed, health may ~return." Wherefore, 255 3, 49 | human race: but this was removed at the cost ~of Christ's 256 3, 49 | kingdom of heaven, and removed the obstacle; but by His 257 3, 50 | severed when the mean is removed. But the ~soul was the mean 258 3, 50 | the higher [species] is removed, so is the lower. ~But the 259 3, 52 | of physic. Likewise He removed the sorrows caused by glory 260 3, 54 | have never since ~been removed from His body.~ 261 3, 60 | all ~deception should be removed from the Christian religion, 262 3, 62 | all sins are ~sufficiently removed by the grace of the virtues 263 3, 62 | and sins are sufficiently removed by virtues and ~gifts, as 264 3, 63 | direction, ~the character is not removed, by reason of the immobility 265 3, 65 | which are not sufficiently removed by ~Penance, whether through 266 3, 66 | original sin was to ~be removed, was yet to be born of the 267 3, 69 | Further, if the cause be removed, the effect is removed. 268 3, 69 | be removed, the effect is removed. But the ~cause of these 269 3, 69 | as a "quality not ~easily removed, by which one may act easily 270 3, 69 | hindered by that which can be removed by that cause. Therefore ~ 271 3, 69 | But the stronger is not removed by the weaker. ~Therefore 272 3, 69 | obstacle; and when this ~is removed, the form of the thing generated 273 3, 69 | and when the obstacle is removed, it ~begins forthwith to 274 3, 69 | Wherefore, when this obstacle is removed by Penance, Baptism forthwith ~ 275 3, 69 | OBJ 2: Insincerity is not removed by Baptism but by Penance: 276 3, 69 | Penance: and ~when it is removed, Baptism takes away all 277 3, 70 | For just as circumcision removed a carnal pellicule, so ~ 278 3, 70 | knew not when the ~camp was removed, and because, as Damascene 279 3, 70 | heaven, which obstacle was ~removed by Christ's Passion. Consequently, 280 3, 71 | And this impediment is removed by the breathings, whereby 281 3, 75 | that which comes first is removed, that which ~follows is 282 3, 79 | Further, nothing which is removed by the action of any cause, 283 3, 82 | celebrating, the obligation is not removed; nor ~is he in two minds, 284 3, 84 | bodily infirmity might be removed; even as we ~read of our 285 3, 84 | if ~true, could never be removed by sin, so that it should 286 3, 85 | OBJ 3: Further, nothing is removed except by its contrary. 287 3, 86 | necessarily together, one ~can be removed without the other. Now it 288 3, 86 | offense which needs to ~be removed by Penance.~Aquin.: SMT 289 3, 86 | Penance. For when the cause is removed, the ~effect is removed. 290 3, 86 | removed, the ~effect is removed. But the guilt is the cause 291 3, 86 | formal element of anything be removed, the species is taken away: ~ 292 3, 86 | the remnants of sin are removed when a mortal sin is forgiven?~ 293 3, 86 | the remnants of sin are removed when a ~mortal sin is forgiven. 294 3, 86 | remnants of contrary sins are removed. ~Much more, therefore, 295 3, 86 | all remnants of sin being removed as was the ~case with Magdalen ( 296 3, 87 | 10]. Now one contrary is removed by another. ~Therefore forgiveness 297 3, 87 | soul. Now a stain is ~not removed save by grace which is the 298 3, 87 | answer that, Each thing is removed by its contrary. But venial 299 3, 87 | order that venial sin be removed, it is not necessary that 300 3, 87 | Whether venial sins are removed by the sprinkling of holy 301 3, 87 | that venial sins are not removed by the sprinkling ~of holy 302 3, 87 | all ~venial sins can be removed; whereas mortal sin excludes 303 3, 89 | But this impediment is removed by Penance, inasmuch as 304 3, 89 | works themselves of sin are removed by Penance, so ~that, by 305 3, 89 | done in charity are not ~removed by God, since they abide 306 3, 89 | who does those works, be removed, God on His side ~fulfills 307 3, 89 | Further, if the cause be removed, the effect is removed. 308 3, 89 | be removed, the effect is removed. But the ~cause of the lack 309 3, 89 | and grace. which lack is removed by Penance. ~Therefore dead 310 3, 89 | when past evil "deeds" are removed by Penance. ~Therefore it 311 3, 89 | works are not quickened but removed by Penance, according to 312 Suppl, 1 | perfection when privation is removed. ~Now sorrow is to grace, 313 Suppl, 1 | 2: When the privation is removed from matter, the matter 314 Suppl, 2 | contrite for a sin which is not removed ~by contrition. Now some 315 Suppl, 2 | contrition. Now some sins are not removed by contrition, e.g. venial ~ 316 Suppl, 2 | when this ~inability is removed, as when the sin is recalled 317 Suppl, 2 | the thing corrupted, are removed by the one generation: ~ 318 Suppl, 2 | alteration, only that accident is removed which was contrary ~to the 319 Suppl, 10| punishment was not entirely removed before confession and satisfaction.~ 320 Suppl, 12| even when their causes are removed. ~Hence he puts two things 321 Suppl, 12| so forth. Such causes are removed by satisfaction in this ~ 322 Suppl, 12| actual sin, is not ~entirely removed by satisfaction in this 323 Suppl, 12| itself, which can only be removed by setting up good, as may 324 Suppl, 14| previous offense has to be removed by ~satisfaction, the mode 325 Suppl, 14| that for the offense to be removed by satisfaction, not ~only 326 Suppl, 14| the ~offense be already removed by previous contrition, 327 Suppl, 14| wherefore if guilt is not removed, ~neither can the subject 328 Suppl, 17| sin of the first man was removed by ~Christ's Passion; hence, 329 Suppl, 17| obstacle of ~nature being removed by His Passion.~Aquin.: 330 Suppl, 17| unless God has already ~removed it. [*St. Thomas here follows 331 Suppl, 24| Further, if the cause is removed the effect is removed. But 332 Suppl, 24| is removed the effect is removed. But the ~cause of excommunication 333 Suppl, 24| against his will, can be removed ~from him against his will, 334 Suppl, 24| Therefore excommunication can be removed from a man against his will.~ 335 Suppl, 24| for excommunication to be removed from a man ~even though 336 Suppl, 24| for his separation to be removed on one count ~and to remain 337 Suppl, 27| contrary, If the cause is removed, the effect is removed. 338 Suppl, 27| is removed, the effect is removed. If ~therefore a person 339 Suppl, 30| mind, which debility being ~removed, though such like habits 340 Suppl, 39| does by his own act can be removed by repentance ~and by a 341 Suppl, 43| the condition should be removed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 342 Suppl, 49| contrary, If the cause be removed the effect is removed. Now 343 Suppl, 49| be removed the effect is removed. Now the ~marriage goods 344 Suppl, 51| consists. The first of these is removed by error concerning the 345 Suppl, 55| that caused the likeness is removed. Now there are certain ~ 346 Suppl, 58| sinners, the spell will be ~removed if the sin be cast out, 347 Suppl, 58| after the fault has been removed. And again, the exorcisms 348 Suppl, 59| difference to one's being removed ~from grace: nor is it forbidden 349 Suppl, 60| Further, if the cause be removed, the effect is removed. 350 Suppl, 60| be removed, the effect is removed. But the ~sin of murder 351 Suppl, 60| the ~sin of murder can be removed by repentance. Therefore 352 Suppl, 60| impediment to marriage can be removed also: and consequently it 353 Suppl, 62| unnatural vice is further removed from the marriage ~goods 354 Suppl, 66| virgin?~(4) Whether bigamy is removed by Baptism?~(5) Whether 355 Suppl, 66| Para. 1/1~Whether bigamy is removed by Baptism?~Aquin.: SMT 356 Suppl, 66| would seem that bigamy is removed by Baptism. For Jerome says ~ 357 Suppl, 66| bigamist. Therefore ~bigamy is removed by Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 358 Suppl, 66| Therefore this irregularity is removed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 359 Suppl, 66| sacraments of the Old Law removed ~irregularities according 360 Suppl, 66| from marriage, it cannot be removed ~by Baptism, as Augustine 361 Suppl, 66| consequently they could be removed by those ~sacraments. Moreover 362 Suppl, 66| effect,* and this is not ~removed by irregularity. [*Leonine 363 Suppl, 67| Lawgiver by permitting divorce removed the guilt ~from the sin." 364 Suppl, 67| Chrysostom says that "he removed the guilt from the sin." 365 Suppl, 67| indissolubility of marriage was removed by reason of the divine ~ 366 Suppl, 68| legitimate child is as far removed from the illegitimate as 367 Suppl, 69| since ~they are utterly removed from all corporeal conditions. 368 Suppl, 72| regard is that they are far ~removed from us. Since then distance 369 Suppl, 72| elemental qualities will ~be removed from the elements, although 370 Suppl, 72| this. If, ~however, they be removed, there would still be no 371 Suppl, 72| that depreciates it is removed therefrom: for the removal 372 Suppl, 72| all ~those things to be removed which are opposed to glory. 373 Suppl, 72| the sphere of fire is far removed from our abode; nor are 374 Suppl, 72| matter (since thus ~it is far removed from us), but only in a 375 Suppl, 72| the elements could not be removed by ~water as by fire. Moreover, 376 Suppl, 75| nature. But all these will be removed. Therefore all ~bodies must 377 Suppl, 76| which comes afterwards is removed that which came before may 378 Suppl, 76| identity of the whole is removed, if we speak of ~essential 379 Suppl, 77| imperfection of a man will be removed at the resurrection, especially 380 Suppl, 78| since all error will be removed ~at the resurrection. Now 381 Suppl, 79| pertaining to perfection is to be removed from them. In another ~way 382 Suppl, 79| remain and the effect to be removed. Wherefore ~others say that 383 Suppl, 80| place with another body ~be removed by that subtlety. Some say 384 Suppl, 80| and that this grossness is removed by the gift of subtlety. 385 Suppl, 80| another body can nowise be removed by the gift of ~subtlety. 386 Suppl, 81| so that if the medium be removed there will be ~no longer 387 Suppl, 82| it is visible cannot be ~removed at the soul's bidding, but 388 Suppl, 83| damned, while they will be removed from the bodies of the ~ 389 Suppl, 87| passion. Now every ~passion is removed if a stronger contrary cause 390 Suppl, 88| have. This defect will be removed ~from the heaven when the 391 Suppl, 88| Therefore they will not be ~removed in this renewal.~Aquin.: 392 Suppl, 88| belonging ~to its perfection be removed. Now the species of animals, 393 Suppl, 89| belongs to sense as such be ~removed from sense, there will be 394 Suppl, 89| belongs to sight as sight be removed therefrom, there will be 395 Suppl, 89| obstacle to knowledge is removed, can see a corporeal object: 396 Suppl, 89| Now all penalty will be removed from the saints ~by glory. 397 Suppl, 89| Therefore all ignorance will be removed: and consequently they ~ 398 Suppl, 90| soul." If, then, there be removed from the body all those 399 Suppl, 93| be more blind, if he be removed ~further from the possession 400 Suppl, 94| xiv) where he says: "He is removed from ~the globe when, at 401 Suppl, 96| indignation was at length removed from the human race by the 402 Appen1, 2| is altogether abated and removed, the ~powers of the soul 403 Appen2, 1| are venial sins always removed when mortal sins are remitted,


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