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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 41 | wanting; just as we ourselves suffer many ~things against our 2 1, 41 | wanting; just as we ourselves suffer many ~things against our 3 1, 88 | Divine ~justice, they do not suffer from sorrow, nor do they 4 1, 96 | thus a thing is said to suffer when changed from its ~natural 5 1, 96 | generation. Hence as man does not suffer any natural ~deterioration 6 1, 112 | far as He allows man to suffer some defect of punishment 7 2, 2 | other things, lest he should suffer loss of honor. Therefore ~ 8 2, 6 | will, then, the will can suffer ~violence, in so far as 9 2, 6 | commanded act, ~the will can suffer violence: and consequently 10 2, 6 | as long as the will to suffer that ~action remains in 11 2, 6 | something by ~being willing to suffer. Consequently this cannot 12 2, 9 | Further, the will cannot suffer violence, as was shown above ~( 13 2, 22 | sensitive appetite cannot "suffer" Divine things, since its ~ 14 2, 22 | are disposed to passion, suffer much even from petty agents. 15 2, 28 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To suffer ecstasy means to be placed 16 2, 28 | thus, a man is said to suffer ~ecstasy, inasmuch as he 17 2, 28 | thus a man may be said to suffer ecstasy, ~when he is overcome 18 2, 28 | power, a man is said to suffer ecstasy, when that power 19 2, 31 | pleasures, ~rather than suffer loss of honor which is an 20 2, 32 | someone: for whatever we do or suffer for a ~friend is pleasant, 21 2, 35 | in the ~body: as when we suffer something hurtful to the 22 2, 39 | his ~greatest evil is to suffer pain."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 23 2, 42 | wherefore if it be ~an evil to suffer something for a certain 24 2, 42 | time. ~And accordingly, to suffer the same thing for an infinite 25 2, 45 | assistance of those who suffer unjustly." ~Aquin.: SMT 26 2, 46 | Further, it is worse to suffer evil and to grieve for it, 27 2, 46 | for it, than ~merely to suffer it. But when a man hates, 28 2, 46 | the object ~of his hatred suffer evil: whereas the angry 29 2, 47 | that we are angry "when ~we suffer, or think that we are suffering, 30 2, 47 | an injury." But one may suffer ~an injury without being 31 2, 47 | of ~grief; since men who suffer from some defect are more 32 2, 69 | punishment in this life, yet they suffer spiritual punishment. Hence ~ 33 2, 69 | the soul; but to those who suffer persecution in ~their bodies, 34 2, 73 | the pains ~of hell, would suffer greater pain in hell for 35 2, 78 | less is that one chooses to suffer some hurt in its regard, 36 2, 78 | follows that it is willing to suffer the ~loss of some spiritual 37 2, 81 | not have been liable to suffer and ~subject to the necessity 38 2, 87 | who have been baptized, ~suffer grievous punishments, fevers, 39 2, 87 | other children who do not suffer such things. Therefore ~ 40 2, 87 | them, or which ~children suffer from, are the effects and 41 2, 87 | men, either of those ~who suffer, or of others who are admonished 42 2, 89 | fire," so that he ~will suffer punishment, but not everlasting. 43 2, 93 | passion, in ~so far as they suffer what the eternal law decrees 44 2, 93 | passion; ~since it deserves to suffer punishment according to 45 2, 97 | detestable shame, that we should suffer those traditions ~to be 46 2, 101 | A wise lawgiver should suffer lesser transgressions, that ~ 47 2, 102 | should ~also be ready to suffer martyrdom, denoted by the 48 2, 103 | having yet to be born and to suffer: ~whereas our sacraments 49 2, 103 | He shall be born, ~shall suffer and rise again, truths of 50 2, 105 | to others if he ~will not suffer another man to take some 51 2, 107 | admonishing man to be ready to suffer yet greater insults; and ~ 52 2, 107 | earthly prosperity than to ~suffer tribulations. But in the 53 2, 108 | prepared ~in his mind to suffer yet more if necessary. They 54 2, 4 | the believer may sometimes suffer a movement of ~doubt, and 55 2, 7 | Him, and that sinners will suffer penal evils from ~God: in 56 2, 8 | are in a state of grace suffer from dulness of mind. Therefore 57 2, 8 | have sanctifying grace may suffer dulness of mind ~with regard 58 2, 10 | meaning of Our Lord's words, "Suffer both to grow until ~the 59 2, 11 | servants (Mt. 13:30) to suffer ~the cockle "to grow until 60 2, 18 | things is worse than to suffer any ~punishment whatever.~ 61 2, 19 | of ~forgiving sins, may suffer a movement of despair, to 62 2, 24 | Wizards thou shalt not suffer to live." ~Therefore sinners 63 2, 25 | whereby sometimes the citizens suffer damage ~even to their own 64 2, 25 | however, man ought not to suffer injury ~by sinning, in order 65 2, 28 | unhappiness that a man should suffer what he wishes not.~Aquin.: 66 2, 28 | suffers in himself, as when we suffer cruel treatment in ourselves, 67 2, 28 | pity their ~distress, but suffer as for our own sores; in 68 2, 28 | distress, do not fear to ~suffer more, wherefore they are 69 2, 28 | think that he is going to ~suffer something in the future, 70 2, 28 | deservedly whatever they suffer. Hence Gregory ~says (Hom. 71 2, 28 | as it esteems someone to suffer undeservedly, ~whereas nemesis 72 2, 28 | as it esteems someone to suffer ~deservedly, and grieves, 73 2, 29 | through hunger or thirst, or suffer some like distress, unless 74 2, 30 | recovered, so that he does ~not suffer extreme inconvenience. Thirdly, 75 2, 31 | may think, or lest one may suffer grievous pain or ~death; 76 2, 31 | prove the accusation, to suffer the same punishment as the ~ 77 2, 31 | the ~accused would have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore 78 2, 34 | prospers, we dread lest many suffer unjustly."~Aquin.: SMT SS 79 2, 40 | inordinately, that his subjects ~suffer greater harm from the consequent 80 2, 41 | therefore can other perfect ~men suffer scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 81 2, 41 | Therefore even perfect men can suffer scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 82 2, 41 | wrong? why do you not rather suffer ~yourselves to be defrauded?" 83 2, 41 | Sometimes we ~ought to suffer those who rob us of our 84 2, 41 | if it be expedient, to suffer being ~harmed or defrauded, 85 2, 47 | surprises of chance, so as ~to suffer less harm thereby.~ 86 2, 53 | Why do you not rather ~suffer yourselves to be defrauded?" 87 2, 57 | deeds?~(3) Whether one can suffer injustice willingly?~(4) 88 2, 57 | Para. 1/1~Whether we can suffer injustice willingly?~Aquin.: 89 2, 57 | would seem that one can suffer injustice willingly. For ~ 90 2, 57 | Therefore a man can ~voluntarily suffer injustice especially if 91 2, 57 | Therefore a man may happen to suffer an injustice voluntarily.~ 92 2, 57 | 1/1~On the contrary, To suffer an injustice and to do an 93 2, 57 | except voluntarily, nor suffer an injustice save involuntarily; 94 2, 57 | yet the other man does not suffer an injustice, because ~he 95 2, 57 | the other hand a man can suffer an ~injustice if he suffer 96 2, 57 | suffer an ~injustice if he suffer an injustice against his 97 2, 58 | who tells it, but it may suffer from the person who ~ought 98 2, 59 | is such that a man has to suffer in proportion with his deeds, ~ 99 2, 59 | loss to another, ~should suffer loss in his belongings. 100 2, 62 | Wizards thou shalt not ~suffer to live"; and (Ps. 100:8): " 101 2, 62 | it is lawful for a man to suffer spontaneously a lesser ~ 102 2, 62 | hands ~of the wicked, and to suffer abuses unbecoming his noble 103 2, 66 | prove the accusation, to suffer the same punishment as the ~ 104 2, 66 | the ~accused would have to suffer if proved guilty.] Therefore 105 2, 66 | Therefore he is not bound to suffer the punishment of ~retaliation.~ 106 2, 66 | accusation, must himself suffer the punishment which his 107 2, 66 | that a man should himself suffer whatever harm he has intended ~ 108 2, 66 | severely, should himself suffer a like ~punishment.~Aquin.: 109 2, 67 | that the other party would suffer an injury. The reason why 110 2, 67 | to kill ~himself, but to suffer death: wherefore he is not 111 2, 67 | in order that he may not suffer what is just for him to 112 2, 67 | what is just for him to suffer. ~Even so, if a man were 113 2, 70 | 1/1~Whether one ought to suffer oneself to be reviled?~Aquin.: 114 2, 70 | seem that one ought not to suffer oneself to be reviled. ~ 115 2, 70 | Therefore one ought not to suffer oneself to be ~reviled, 116 2, 70 | another. Now one ~ought not to suffer another to be reviled, wherefore 117 2, 70 | Therefore ~neither should one suffer oneself to be reviled.~Aquin.: 118 2, 71 | sin for the listener to suffer the backbiter?~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 71 | praiseworthy for a man to suffer his own ~backbiters: for 120 2, 71 | perish, so ought we to ~suffer them with equanimity when 121 2, 71 | discretion whether he will ~suffer their detriment to his good 122 2, 74 | when one wishes a sinner to suffer sickness or hindrance of ~ 123 2, 75 | while ~an other man will suffer if he be without it. In 124 2, 80 | who vowed ~to his idols to suffer death for the safety of 125 2, 80 | necessary for Christ to suffer [*Lk. 24:25]; and there 126 2, 81 | to the pains ~which they suffer: and in this respect they 127 2, 81 | Even holy men sometimes suffer from a wandering of the ~ 128 2, 87 | that man ought rather to suffer temporal loss, than violate 129 2, 91 | declare that Christ has yet to suffer. In the second place, falsehood ~ 130 2, 92 | sin against nature he may suffer confusion from the abuse 131 2, 95 | that either she did not suffer such sickness as required 132 2, 99 | answer to him who ~said: "Suffer me first to go and bury 133 2, 102 | s will. For were one to suffer even martyrdom, or to give 134 2, 105 | first is what he deserves to suffer and thus it is ~certain 135 2, 105 | ungrateful man ~deserves to suffer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 136 2, 106 | magnanimity, yet not to suffer God's wrongs, not even by 137 2, 106 | root up the wheat . . . suffer both to grow," says that ~" 138 2, 121 | that Eleazar said: "I ~suffer grievous pains in body: 139 2, 121 | soul am well content to suffer ~these things because I 140 2, 122 | Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice' 141 2, 122 | suffering ~of Christ Who was to suffer."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] 142 2, 122 | that which he chooses to suffer for its sake is more ~odious. 143 2, 122 | necessary for salvation ~to suffer martyrdom; thus we read 144 2, 122 | besides death, ~which one may suffer for Christ's faith, namely 145 2, 122 | essential to ~martyrdom that one suffer the pain of death.~Aquin.: 146 2, 122 | they ~possess, and even to suffer bodily pain, rather than 147 2, 122 | martyrdom requires that a man ~suffer death for Christ's sake.~ 148 2, 122 | 15,16): "Let none of you suffer as a murderer, or a ~thief, 149 2, 122 | martyrdom to those who ~suffer.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[124] A[ 150 2, 122 | Blessed are they that suffer ~persecution for justice' 151 2, 122 | concupiscences." Hence to suffer as a Christian is not only 152 2, 122 | Christian is not only to suffer in confession of the faith, 153 2, 122 | done by words, but also to ~suffer for doing any good work, 154 2, 123 | fear whereby we dread to suffer carnal ~dangers, or to lose 155 2, 127 | far, to wit, as one has to suffer an ~evil in order to safeguard 156 2, 128 | Peter, whose intent was to suffer for Christ, which has exceeded ~ 157 2, 134 | it is more reasonable to suffer ~evil for the sake of good 158 2, 134 | the sake of evil. Yet some suffer evil ~for evil's sake, by 159 2, 134 | it would never choose to suffer them ~for their own sake, 160 2, 134 | belongs to ~patience "to suffer with an equal mind the evils 161 2, 134 | though ~any evil made Him suffer, but because He awaits the 162 2, 141 | is that, although a man ~suffer immoderate concupiscences, 163 2, 142 | those who do nothing wrong suffer ~ignominy, according to 164 2, 142 | were accounted worthy to suffer reproach ~for the name of 165 2, 142 | to be, is that we fear to suffer some ~injury, by being disappointed 166 2, 142 | are slandered, or if they suffer reproach undeservedly. Therefore 167 2, 143 | related in ~2 Macc. 6:28: "I suffer an honorable [honesta] death, 168 2, 149 | whereby it is resolved to suffer any evil ~whatsoever rather 169 2, 152 | man who was ever wont to suffer ~from nocturnal pollution 170 2, 159 | said of us"; the sixth, "to suffer ~oneself to be treated with 171 2, 159 | towards ~those who make us suffer," and this belongs to the 172 2, 160 | written (Tobias 4:14): "Never suffer pride to ~reign in thy mind 173 2, 162 | follow that all men would suffer death in equal measure. 174 2, 162 | who ~conceives must needs suffer sorrows and bring forth 175 2, 173 | as happens to those who suffer ~abstraction from the senses 176 2, 175 | and (1 Tim. 2:12): "I suffer not a woman to ~teach." 177 2, 180 | love a man may now and then suffer ~separation from the sweetness 178 2, 182 | both to abound and to suffer need." Now ~bishops especially 179 2, 183 | persons.' For who would suffer a rich man to be ~chosen 180 2, 184 | admonished so to give as not to suffer privation." Hence in like 181 2, 184 | venial; but they bind one to suffer the ~punishment affixed 182 2, 187 | Lord said (Mt. 19:14): "Suffer the little children, ~and 183 3, 1 | 5]). But Christ came to ~suffer the pain of sense on the 184 3, 1 | and ~the like, which we suffer sensibly in this life flow 185 3, 1 | original sin, wished to ~suffer sensible pain, that He might 186 3, 5 | Divine truth, which cannot suffer any fictitious untruth.~ 187 3, 13 | the flesh was ~allowed to suffer and do what was proper to 188 3, 14 | infirmities, in order to suffer and be tempted in ~it and 189 3, 14 | the flesh was allowed to ~suffer and do what belonged to 190 3, 14 | flesh was allowed to do and suffer what belonged to ~it." And 191 3, 15 | of Christ was allowed to suffer ~and do what belonged to 192 3, 15 | Christ's soul could not suffer at ~the hands of any creature; 193 3, 15 | soul placed in a body may suffer in two ways: first ~with 194 3, 15 | although the soul ~is said to suffer in this way through sensation 195 3, 15 | Sorrow ~regards the things we suffer unwillingly." But Christ 196 3, 16 | a kind of defect, as to suffer, to die, and ~the like. 197 3, 18 | allowed His flesh to do ~and suffer what belonged to it." And 198 3, 19 | wished Christ to do and to suffer human things. And he adds: " 199 3, 19 | His flesh ~should do and suffer what belonged to it," as 200 3, 21 | it. Now Christ wished to suffer what He suffered. For Augustine 201 3, 21 | Christ wished indeed to suffer what He suffered, at that ~ 202 3, 27 | the ~one side seeing Him suffer such humiliation, and on 203 3, 27 | to 1 Tim. ~2:12: "But I suffer not a woman to teach." The 204 3, 28 | His flesh ~to do and to suffer what was proper to it" ( 205 3, 29 | against the devil, and to suffer persecution aroused by ~ 206 3, 29 | Christ did not ~wish to suffer such things then, nor to 207 3, 35 | no need for His Mother to suffer in giving birth.~Aquin.: 208 3, 35 | in a mean city, and to suffer reproach in a great city.~ 209 3, 35 | might begin from then to suffer in body for us.~ 210 3, 38 | Thee,' Christ answered, 'Suffer it to be so now': it follows ~ 211 3, 41 | of a certain one and to suffer them. Therefore it ~seems 212 3, 41 | unbecoming that Christ should suffer Himself to be tempted by 213 3, 44 | delivered ~from the demons, to suffer grievously for the moment; 214 3, 46 | necessary for Christ to suffer for men's deliverance?~( 215 3, 46 | was fitting for Christ to suffer on the cross?~(5) The extent 216 3, 46 | necessary for Christ to suffer for the deliverance of the ~ 217 3, 46 | necessary for Christ to suffer for ~the deliverance of 218 3, 46 | necessary for Christ to suffer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 219 3, 46 | not necessary for ~Him to suffer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 220 3, 46 | necessary that He should suffer on ~the part of the Divine 221 3, 46 | iv). But Christ did not suffer to ~repair the angelic nature 222 3, 46 | it necessary for Him to suffer for the salvation of the 223 3, 46 | part of man for ~Christ to suffer. In another sense a thing 224 3, 46 | necessary, ~then, for Christ to suffer from necessity of compulsion, 225 3, 46 | ruled that Christ should suffer, or on Christ's own part, 226 3, 46 | thus it behooved Christ to suffer, and to rise again ~from 227 3, 46 | believed that Christ would suffer. Consequently, it seems ~ 228 3, 46 | to be that Christ should suffer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 229 3, 46 | same time for Christ not to suffer, and for ~mankind to be 230 3, 46 | natural death rather than suffer for man's ~deliverance.~ 231 3, 46 | fitting that Christ should suffer the death ~of the cross.~ 232 3, 46 | fitting that Christ should suffer by being fastened to a ~ 233 3, 46 | But Adam's body ~could not suffer, except he sinned. so that 234 3, 46 | seem that Christ did not suffer in His whole soul. For ~ 235 3, 46 | seems that Christ did not suffer in His whole ~soul.~Aquin.: 236 3, 46 | xii). But Christ could suffer no ~hurt from the eternal 237 3, 46 | it seems that He did not suffer in His whole soul.~Aquin.: 238 3, 46 | seems that Christ did not suffer in His ~whole soul.~Aquin.: 239 3, 46 | the whole soul is said to ~suffer in so far as it is afflicted 240 3, 46 | faculty of the soul can ~suffer in two ways: first of all, 241 3, 46 | object; thus, sight may suffer from ~superabundance of 242 3, 46 | s ~higher reason did not suffer thereby on the part of its 243 3, 46 | powers of Christ's soul did ~suffer according as any faculty 244 3, 46 | s higher reason did not suffer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 245 3, 46 | permitted His flesh to do and to suffer what was proper to it." 246 3, 46 | seem that Christ did not suffer at a suitable time. For ~ 247 3, 46 | OBJ 4: Christ willed to suffer while yet young, for three 248 3, 46 | seem that Christ did not suffer in a suitable place. For ~ 249 3, 46 | whole world, He wished to suffer in the center of the habitable ~ 250 3, 46 | that He did not refuse to suffer in so celebrated a place. ~ 251 3, 46 | 4~Fourthly, He willed to suffer in Jerusalem, where the 252 3, 46 | Lord was not willing to suffer under a roof, nor in the ~ 253 3, 46 | less ~fitting for Christ to suffer with thieves.~Aquin.: SMT 254 3, 46 | what is impassible cannot suffer. ~Consequently, Christ's 255 3, 47 | Father delivered Him up to suffer?~(4) Whether it was fitting 256 3, 47 | was fitting that He should suffer at the hands of the ~Gentiles, 257 3, 47 | Further, those slain by others suffer a violent death, and hence ~ 258 3, 47 | Christ was ~commanded to suffer. Therefore He did not suffer 259 3, 47 | suffer. Therefore He did not suffer out of obedience.~Aquin.: 260 3, 47 | precept. But Christ did not suffer necessarily, but ~voluntarily. 261 3, 47 | voluntarily. Therefore He did not suffer out of obedience.~Aquin.: 262 3, 47 | befitting that Christ should suffer out of ~obedience. First 263 3, 47 | command from the Father to suffer. For it ~is written (Jn. 264 3, 47 | inspired Him with the will to suffer for us; ~hence we read in 265 3, 47 | inspired Him with the will to suffer ~for us. God's "severity" ( 266 3, 47 | was fitting for Christ to suffer at the hands of the Gentiles?~ 267 3, 47 | unfitting that Christ should suffer at the hands of ~the Gentiles. 268 3, 47 | therefore, that Christ should suffer, at the ~hands not of the 269 3, 47 | Gentiles, Christ willed to suffer from both.~Aquin.: SMT TP 270 3, 48 | Blessed are they that suffer ~persecution for justice' 271 3, 48 | necessary for ~Christ to suffer," as stated above (Q[46], 272 3, 48 | because Christ did not suffer in His Godhead, ~but in 273 3, 48 | of bondage for a man to suffer what he does not wish, just 274 3, 48 | was just that man should ~suffer it. God so permitting it 275 3, 49 | sake." But ~Christ did not suffer as God, but as man. Therefore 276 3, 49 | Although Christ did not suffer as God, nevertheless His ~ 277 3, 49 | with Christ; yet so if we ~suffer with Him, that we may be 278 3, 50 | Reply OBJ 2: Christ did not suffer death which comes of sickness, 279 3, 51 | 15:10): "Nor wilt Thou suffer Thy ~holy one to see corruption": 280 3, 53 | It behooved Christ to ~suffer and to rise again from the 281 3, 55 | churches": and 1 Tim. 2:12: "I suffer not ~a woman to teach." 282 3, 55 | that the female sex shall suffer ~no hurt; but if women burn 283 3, 61 | word 'passurus' [going to ~suffer] differs from 'passus' [ 284 3, 66 | Consequently it behooved Christ to suffer and to rise again, before ~ 285 3, 66 | certain mixed bodies, and suffer only a certain ~alteration 286 3, 67 | being baptized, man should suffer loss of his salvation.~Aquin.: 287 3, 67 | according to 1 Tim. 2:12: "I suffer not a ~woman to teach, nor 288 3, 68 | eternal life, except he suffer martyrdom, which contains 289 3, 68 | eternal life, but would suffer punishment for his past 290 3, 68 | are not to be enjoined to suffer any punishment ~for past 291 3, 69 | passible body, so that he may suffer for Christ therein: yet 292 3, 69 | with Christ: yet so, if ~we suffer with Him, that we may be 293 3, 79 | glory, but we must first "suffer with ~Him in order that 294 3, 80 | and hence some individuals suffer seminal ~loss without sin 295 3, 80 | Baptism of adults. Nor do they suffer any loss of ~life from the 296 3, 80 | corporal from which they suffer, it is not expedient ~for 297 3, 80 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Sinners suffer great loss in being kept 298 3, 81 | this sacrament, cannot suffer; yet He can die.~Aquin.: 299 3, 83 | Passion. But Christ did not suffer in a house, but outside 300 3, 84 | It behooved Christ to ~suffer, and to rise again from 301 3, 84 | instance, if we see a good man suffer, we both rejoice at his ~ 302 3, 86 | the punishment ~which they suffer, by reason of which they 303 3, 86 | indulgent to his will, should suffer ~something against his will, 304 3, 88 | death, which he deserved to suffer for the former," because 305 3, 89 | gloss says: "I will not suffer to perish ~the fruit which 306 3, 89 | denying Christ he should suffer none of those things which 307 Suppl, 3 | they would not prefer to suffer the pains of hell rather 308 Suppl, 3 | have suffered, nor yet to suffer all manner of temporal ~ 309 Suppl, 3 | although ~he would be ready to suffer the same punishment over 310 Suppl, 4 | The pain which the souls suffer in purgatory, cannot, ~properly 311 Suppl, 12| nature of virtue; thus to suffer ~courageously is an act 312 Suppl, 13| wherefore he ~himself will suffer the punishment, as long 313 Suppl, 23| as it is a man's duty to suffer death rather than commit 314 Suppl, 24| is not at fault and would suffer from his absence; (5) if 315 Suppl, 32| children. ~Because children suffer from the same ailments sometimes 316 Suppl, 39| is said (1 Tim. 2:12): "I suffer not a woman to ~teach (in 317 Suppl, 43| Nor does the other party ~suffer in consequence, indeed he 318 Suppl, 47| constant a man may be he may suffer violence of that kind, for 319 Suppl, 47| should die rather than ~suffer the like, as again the Philosopher 320 Suppl, 47| compel a ~constant man to suffer other bodily injuries. They 321 Suppl, 49| which such persons have to suffer from solicitude for ~temporal 322 Suppl, 52| it is free to everyone to suffer ~detriment in that which 323 Suppl, 55| whereby a man binds himself to suffer the punishment of retaliation, 324 Suppl, 64| it is unnatural when they suffer from an issue of blood through 325 Suppl, 66| sacraments ~to others must suffer from no defect in the sacraments. 326 Suppl, 68| Whether children should suffer any loss through being illegitimate?~( 327 Suppl, 68| Whether children should suffer any loss through being illegitimate?~ 328 Suppl, 68| that children ought not to suffer any loss through ~being 329 Suppl, 70| Whether the separated soul can suffer from a material fire?~Aquin.: 330 Suppl, 70| it enables us to do or ~suffer something, and since to 331 Suppl, 70| Whether the separated soul can suffer from a bodily fire?~Aquin.: 332 Suppl, 70| the separated soul cannot suffer from a bodily ~fire. For 333 Suppl, 70| soul. Therefore it cannot ~suffer from a body.~Aquin.: SMT 334 Suppl, 70| separated soul does not ~suffer from a bodily fire.~Aquin.: 335 Suppl, 70| Therefore if the soul suffer from the bodily fire, it 336 Suppl, 70| be granted that the soul suffer from the bodily fire, ~this 337 Suppl, 70| the intermediate things suffer from the ~fire of hell: 338 Suppl, 70| with demons. Now demons ~suffer therefrom since they are 339 Suppl, 70| separated souls also can ~suffer from that fire.~Aquin.: 340 Suppl, 70| needs say that the soul will suffer punishment from a corporeal 341 Suppl, 70| it is that ~they can thus suffer is explained in many ways.~ 342 Suppl, 70| the fire makes ~the soul suffer from the fire: wherefore 343 Suppl, 70| this case the soul would suffer from the fire, not in reality 344 Suppl, 70| explaining how ~the soul can suffer from that fire by feeling 345 Suppl, 70| wherever they are, they suffer from hell-fire. Even so 346 Suppl, 70| though ~outside the prison, suffer somewhat from the prison, 347 Suppl, 71| deserves; and consequently some suffer more, some less, from the 348 Suppl, 72| cleansing will be found, ~will suffer pain from that fire, more 349 Suppl, 72| the fire, they will not suffer pain thereby, as neither 350 Suppl, 72| second is because they will suffer ~pain both while living 351 Suppl, 75| restoration of the body which will suffer eternally for the sins ~ 352 Suppl, 79| their perfections will not suffer, if we grant ~their bodies 353 Suppl, 83| demands that there they shall suffer more severe ~punishment 354 Suppl, 83| would seem ~that they will suffer no distress there: which 355 Suppl, 83| the bodies of the ~damned suffer no corruption from the fire, 356 Suppl, 86| of man." Now those who suffer persecution for justice' 357 Suppl, 93| cause whatever. But if she suffer this for the faith, this 358 Suppl, 93| 1/1~OBJ 8: Further, some suffer more from the loss of temporal 359 Suppl, 93| is also due to those who suffer death ~for any other virtue: 360 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To suffer death for Christ's sake, 361 Suppl, 93| difficulty, the will to suffer martyrdom does not reach ~ 362 Suppl, 93| since the will of one man to suffer martyrdom ~may possibly 363 Suppl, 93| the faith of Christ, and suffer death in that defense.~Aquin.: 364 Suppl, 93| the chief victory is to suffer ~the world's persecution 365 Suppl, 93| Blessed are they that ~suffer persecution." For this reason, 366 Suppl, 94| respite: because they will ~suffer from external agencies, 367 Suppl, 94| for then the damned would suffer no ~bodily pain. This is 368 Suppl, 94| see both good and wicked suffer. But the fire of hell, in 369 Suppl, 94| equally. For each one will ~suffer as much pain according as 370 Suppl, 94| that they burn in fire, or suffer from the stench, and so ~ 371 Suppl, 95| indirectly, inasmuch as they will suffer from the punishment ~inflicted 372 Suppl, 95| OBJ 2: Further, the damned suffer greater pains than any pains 373 Suppl, 95| on both counts they will ~suffer torments. Likewise they 374 Suppl, 95| however much the body may suffer, the soul will have a ~most 375 Suppl, 96| that God's mercy does not suffer at least men to be ~punished 376 Suppl, 96| man's work burn, he shall suffer loss: but he ~himself shall 377 Suppl, 96| FS, ~Q[89], A[2]] "shall suffer loss," because he will be 378 Suppl, 96| this, and though ~he should suffer from the inconstancy of 379 Suppl, 96| but that of the body will suffer everlasting punishment." ~ 380 Appen1, 1| 1) Whether these souls suffer from a bodily fire, and 381 Appen1, 1| 2) Whether these souls suffer from a spiritual torment 382 Appen1, 1| with original sin alone, suffer from a ~bodily fire, and 383 Appen1, 1| none but original sin, ~suffer from a bodily fire and are 384 Appen1, 1| with original sin alone, suffer ~from a bodily fire and 385 Appen1, 1| sensible bodies they will ~suffer sensible punishment.~Aquin.: 386 Appen1, 1| Therefore ~they will not suffer sensible punishment.~Aquin.: 387 Appen1, 1| heaven, they do not therefore suffer the eternal ~punishment 388 Appen1, 1| sentence for original sin will suffer no ~loss whatever in other 389 Appen1, 1| unable in themselves to suffer, but through the lack of 390 Appen1, 1| divine justice will not suffer ~punishment. On the other 391 Appen1, 1| Whether these same souls suffer spiritual affliction on 392 Appen1, 1| that the souls in question suffer spiritual ~affliction on 393 Appen1, 1| God. ~Therefore they will suffer spiritual affliction thereby.~ 394 Appen1, 1| it, ~seemingly they also suffer.~Aquin.: SMT XP App. 1 Q[ 395 Appen1, 1| be said that they do not suffer, because they know ~that 396 Appen1, 1| through no fault of theirs, ~suffer none the less.~Aquin.: SMT 397 Appen1, 1| Therefore the unbaptized suffer pain through being deprived 398 Appen1, 1| that ~these children will suffer no pain, because their reason 399 Appen1, 2| Therefore the pain ~that he will suffer after this life will not 400 Appen1, 2| they be punished, they will suffer ~that punishment voluntarily.~ 401 Appen1, 2| should think that we ~shall suffer nothing grievous on their


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