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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | but so ~far as they have reference to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 2 1, 5 | because God is good" has reference to ~the final cause.~Aquin.: 3 1, 7 | speak of the infinite in reference to form, ~it is manifest 4 1, 8 | whole is so called with reference to its parts. Now part ~ 5 1, 8 | accidentally, except in reference to the perfect idea of ~ 6 1, 13 | predicated because they have reference to some one thing; and this ~ 7 1, 13 | stones" (Wis. 14:21), in reference to the divine name. Therefore ~ 8 1, 14 | Reply OBJ 1: Origen spoke in reference to that aspect of knowledge 9 1, 14 | as contingent (as having reference) to one of two terms, ~but 10 1, 14 | contingency or necessity has no reference to the ~necessity or contingency 11 1, 22 | 14). And particularly in ~reference to the wicked: "I let them 12 1, 22 | which they possess, but in reference to all else that suffers ~ 13 1, 22 | takes place which has no reference towards the end, because 14 1, 25 | possible or impossible in reference to inferior ~causes, as 15 1, 25 | world judges them; but in reference to the ~divine power. If 16 1, 25 | since power is said in reference to possible things, this 17 1, 25 | possible is not so called in reference either ~to higher causes, 18 1, 25 | inferior causes, but in reference to itself. But ~the possible 19 1, 25 | itself. But ~the possible in reference to some power is named possible 20 1, 25 | power is named possible in reference to ~its proximate cause. 21 1, 25 | are said to be possible in reference to a higher cause. Those ~ 22 1, 25 | are said to be possible in reference to those inferior causes. 23 1, 25 | is reckoned impossible in reference to some ~power, that is 24 1, 26 | essence, because good has reference to being which ~is according 25 1, 26 | said to ~be in God with reference to His will, and not with 26 1, 26 | to His will, and not with reference to His ~intellect.~Aquin.: 27 1, 28 | because action implies reference as of something "from which" ~ 28 1, 28 | whereas passion implies reference as ~of something "which 29 1, 31 | respective solitude, in ~reference to a predicate.~Aquin.: 30 1, 36 | abides ~in the beloved; or in reference to the human nature of Christ, 31 1, 39 | what concerns the person in reference to the essence, to ~the 32 1, 39 | the relations the idea of "reference to another," and ~not the 33 1, 39 | consideration comes to our mind in reference to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 34 1, 41 | 1/1 - OF THE PERSONS IN REFERENCE TO THE NOTIONAL ACTS (SIX 35 1, 41 | consider the persons in reference to the notional acts, ~concerning 36 1, 41 | power does not exist in reference to the notional acts.~Aquin.: 37 1, 41 | the notional acts has no ~reference to a person as if made, 38 1, 42 | equal to the Son. But in reference to creatures, Dionysius 39 1, 42 | answer that, Order always has reference to some principle. Wherefore ~ 40 1, 42 | and likeness in God have reference ~to the essence; nor can 41 1, 43 | example, the proficiency in reference to the ~gift of miracles 42 1, 47 | better than one, this has reference to material ~order. But 43 1, 48 | evil in general, but not in reference to any particular good and 44 1, 66 | universe. And since place has reference to ~things permanent, it 45 1, 68 | sometimes so many heavens, in reference to which ~Augustine (Gen. 46 1, 70 | for perceiving objects. In reference to this he ~says: "Let them 47 1, 70 | always summer or winter. In ~reference to this he says: "Let them 48 1, 71 | these animals is given ~has reference to the order of those bodies 49 1, 74 | animals is recorded with reference to ~their adorning the various 50 1, 39 | what concerns the person in reference to the essence, to ~the 51 1, 39 | the relations the idea of "reference to another," and ~not the 52 1, 39 | consideration comes to our mind in reference to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 53 1, 41 | 1/1 - OF THE PERSONS IN REFERENCE TO THE NOTIONAL ACTS (SIX 54 1, 41 | consider the persons in reference to the notional acts, ~concerning 55 1, 41 | power does not exist in reference to the notional acts.~Aquin.: 56 1, 41 | the notional acts has no ~reference to a person as if made, 57 1, 42 | equal to the Son. But in reference to creatures, Dionysius 58 1, 42 | answer that, Order always has reference to some principle. Wherefore ~ 59 1, 42 | and likeness in God have reference ~to the essence; nor can 60 1, 43 | example, the proficiency in reference to the ~gift of miracles 61 1, 48 | better than one, this has reference to material ~order. But 62 1, 49 | evil in general, but not in reference to any particular good and 63 1, 67 | universe. And since place has reference to ~things permanent, it 64 1, 69 | sometimes so many heavens, in reference to which ~Augustine (Gen. 65 1, 71 | for perceiving objects. In reference to this he ~says: "Let them 66 1, 71 | always summer or winter. In ~reference to this he says: "Let them 67 1, 71 | these animals is given ~has reference to the order of those bodies 68 1, 73 | animals is recorded with reference to ~their adorning the various 69 1, 78 | each power is defined in reference to that thing to which it 70 1, 78 | called "invention." When, by reference to ~something known for 71 1, 84 | its properties, without reference to the apple which is colored; 72 1, 84 | before the less common, in reference both to ~place and time; 73 1, 84 | both to ~place and time; in reference to place, when a thing is 74 1, 92 | creatures to which, in ~reference to such parts, the rational 75 1, 106 | order the mental concept in reference to ~another, as was shown 76 1, 108 | manifestation of the truth in reference to God, Who ~enlightens 77 1, 109 | an absolute sense, but in reference to ourselves. In this way 78 2, 3 | are said to be good, in reference ~to the perfection of the 79 2, 3 | practical intellect, but not in reference to the ~perfection of the 80 2, 3 | wisdom": and this is said in reference to speculative sciences. ~ 81 2, 7 | which are considered in reference to the other causes. For ~ 82 2, 8 | three acts of the will in reference to the end; viz. ~"volition," " 83 2, 8 | speaking of the will in reference to the ~simple act of the 84 2, 8 | act of the will; not in reference to the power of the will.~ 85 2, 9 | acts and choices are in reference to singulars. ~Wherefore 86 2, 12 | not because ~intention has reference to knowledge, but because 87 2, 17 | reason, as ~we have stated in reference to use and choice; and conversely, 88 2, 18 | object may ~be essential in reference to one active principle, 89 2, 18 | principle, and accidental in ~reference to another. Thus to know 90 2, 18 | differ ~essentially in reference to sense, but not in reference 91 2, 18 | reference to sense, but not in reference to the intellect.~Aquin.: 92 2, 18 | and evil are predicated in reference to the ~reason; because 93 2, 18 | good and evil considered in reference to the object is ~an essential 94 2, 18 | sometimes it causes a defect in reference to something else. In ~like 95 2, 18 | further perfection, except ~in reference to something else. And, 96 2, 21 | acquire merit or demerit in ~reference to Him: else it would follow 97 2, 26 | Scripture uses both words in reference to either ~good or bad things. 98 2, 27 | beautiful sounds. But in reference to the other objects of 99 2, 35 | sorrow is used more in reference to the soul. Therefore sorrow 100 2, 35 | is more generally used in reference to bodily pains, which are ~ 101 2, 35 | are ~better known, than in reference to spiritual pains.~Aquin.: 102 2, 35 | pain must not be ~taken in reference to the various evils that 103 2, 46 | cannot be decided without ~reference to the cause of that passion. 104 2, 49 | directed well or ill in reference to the ~passions." For when 105 2, 53 | accident is defined ~with reference to its subject. Therefore 106 2, 54 | distinguished from one another in ~reference to the diversity of their 107 2, 54 | specific thing are ~distinct in reference to their suitability to 108 2, 54 | action are distinct in ~reference to their diverse repugnance 109 2, 55 | find virtue not only in reference ~to act, but also in reference 110 2, 55 | reference ~to act, but also in reference to being: as is clear from 111 2, 55 | quality of ~the soul in reference to God, likening it, as 112 2, 55 | were, to Him; and not in ~reference to operation. It is not, 113 2, 55 | kinds, namely, power in ~reference to being, and power in reference 114 2, 55 | reference to being, and power in reference to act; the perfection of 115 2, 55 | called virtue. But power in reference to being is on the part ~ 116 2, 55 | being, whereas power in reference to act, ~is on the part 117 2, 55 | human virtue ~does not imply reference to being, but rather to 118 2, 55 | thing must ~be regarded in reference to good. Therefore human 119 2, 55 | lower power is perfect in reference ~to that which belongs to 120 2, 56 | speculative, without any reference to the will: for thus the ~ 121 2, 56 | habit perfects the power in reference to act, ~then does the power 122 2, 57 | choice is about things in reference to the end, rectitude of 123 2, 58 | those things which have reference to the end: and this he 124 2, 59 | or evil is something in reference to reason: ~wherefore the 125 2, 60 | animals. Accordingly in reference to money considered as a 126 2, 64 | but it is an extreme in reference to the ~'best' and the ' 127 2, 64 | virtue, accidentally and in reference to us.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 128 2, 70 | and that there may be a reference to them in the twelve ~fruits 129 2, 71 | urging this question has reference to the ~sin of omission, 130 2, 71 | Arb. i) defines sin in reference to the end, by saying ~that " 131 2, 71 | sometimes defines sin in reference to the will alone. But ~ 132 2, 71 | Augustine defines sin with reference to its being "contrary to 133 2, 71 | more fittingly than with reference to its being contrary to ~ 134 2, 72 | Whether sins differ in reference to their causes?~(4) Whether 135 2, 72 | they ~were distinguished in reference to their opposite virtues, 136 2, 72 | pride seeks excellence in ~reference to various things; and avarice 137 2, 72 | sins differ specifically in reference to their causes?~Aquin.: 138 2, 72 | sins differ specifically in reference to their ~causes. For a 139 2, 72 | differ specifically in ~reference to their causes.~Aquin.: 140 2, 72 | cause seems to have least ~reference to the species. Now the 141 2, 72 | much more do they differ in reference to their ~other causes.~ 142 2, 72 | specifically ~distinct with reference to hot and cold. On the 143 2, 72 | wherein we are directed in reference to our neighbor, we need ~ 144 2, 72 | ourselves only, and not ~in reference to our neighbor; and when 145 2, 73 | is ~weighed, not only in reference to its species, but also 146 2, 73 | its species, but also in reference to ~an accident, so the 147 2, 74 | deliberating the ~matter in reference to temporal principles, 148 2, 76 | ignorance; or they may have reference to a species of the ~sin 149 2, 85 | authority of Bede suffices [*Reference not known].~Aquin.: SMT 150 2, 87 | they must be understood in reference ~to the imitation of sin, 151 2, 88 | irreparable: and I say this with reference to the intrinsic principle, ~ 152 2, 88 | sin is called a ~sin, in reference to an imperfect notion of 153 2, 88 | relation to ~substance, in reference to the imperfect notion 154 2, 88 | sin excludes ~only actual reference of the human act to God' 155 2, 88 | glory, and not habitual ~reference: because it does not exclude 156 2, 88 | as we have said above in reference to sudden movements of ~ 157 2, 93 | planned by Divine ~Wisdom. In reference to these things God's will 158 2, 97 | is predicated of law with reference to the common weal, to which 159 2, 100 | the acts of the ~reason in reference to the interior passions 160 2, 100 | But he is speaking in reference to ~certain fixed modes 161 2, 102 | the former reading is a reference to ~Lev. 8:7-9] and consecrated; 162 2, 102 | A[5] R.O. 8 Para. 3/4~In reference to their being destined 163 2, 108 | riches; for it is ~written in reference to the former (Dt. 28:1): " 164 2, 108 | all the ~nations"; and in reference to the latter, we read a 165 2, 110 | as men are created with reference to it, i.e. are given ~a 166 2, 110 | the virtue of a ~thing has reference to some pre-existing nature, 167 2, 110 | everything is disposed with reference to what befits its nature. 168 2, 110 | fittingly ~disposed with reference to the nature whereby he 169 2, 110 | definition of virtue with reference ~to its fitness with some 170 2, 111 | attributed to God, and it is with reference to this that we ~speak of " 171 2, 111 | the soul; and it is with reference to this that we speak of ~" 172 2, 2 | are sometimes tested in reference to ~the slightest articles 173 2, 2 | to be ordained by God in reference to Christ's coming, and ~ 174 2, 2 | to other minute points in reference to the articles of ~the 175 2, 4 | overlooks none of the points in reference to which faith can ~be defined, 176 2, 4 | so called, which has no reference to the beatitude we hope 177 2, 7 | faith be presupposed in reference to certain articles of faith, ~ 178 2, 8 | the first three ~argue in reference to perfect understanding, 179 2, 10 | Lord ~gave this command in reference to those nations into whose 180 2, 15 | knows or understands. In reference to this, the text goes on: ~" 181 2, 16 | other goods, except in ~reference to eternal happiness. Hence 182 2, 16 | hope for such things in reference to ~its principal object.~ 183 2, 16 | obtain, it hopes for it in ~reference to God as the last end, 184 2, 16 | longanimity. It implies a reference to the Divine assistance, 185 2, 18 | worldly fear seems to have reference to the punishments ~inflicted 186 2, 22 | whereby we love ~God" [*The reference should be to Augustine, 187 2, 23 | faith." Now these three have reference to human acts. Therefore ~ 188 2, 23 | the Philosopher ~says, in reference to friendship (Ethic. viii, 189 2, 25 | and "after" are used in reference to some principle. Now order ~ 190 2, 25 | charity, which ~order is in reference to the first principle of 191 2, 25 | all, we find an order in reference to the ~First Principle.~ 192 2, 27 | takes the fulness of joy in reference to the ~thing in which we 193 2, 27 | is ~defined and named in reference to that preceding act, although 194 2, 28 | as we have also said in reference to ~joy (Q[28], A[4]).~Aquin.: 195 2, 29 | another may be measured in reference to ~the various matters 196 2, 30 | these precepts contain no reference to almsgiving. ~Therefore 197 2, 30 | surplus ~is to be taken in reference not only to himself, so 198 2, 30 | individual, but also in reference to those of whom he ~has 199 2, 30 | may have been speaking in ~reference to a case in which almsgiving 200 2, 38 | Jerome states in an epistle [*Reference incorrect: cf. Veget., ~ 201 2, 41 | art a scandal unto Me," in reference to which words Jerome says ~ 202 2, 46 | things may be observed in ~reference to knowledge. In the first 203 2, 55 | equal, for equality is in ~reference of one thing to some other. 204 2, 56 | for this is defined in reference to right reason, according ~ 205 2, 57 | we ~speak of injustice in reference to an inequality between 206 2, 57 | Philosopher says (Ethic. v, 8) in ~reference to those who act unjustly: " 207 2, 61 | word ~"person" includes a reference to personal dignity [*Cf. 208 2, 79 | charity have an act in reference to God as their proper object: ~ 209 2, 81 | Faith ~is necessary in reference to God to Whom we pray; 210 2, 84 | Therefore oblations may have ~reference to the laity.~Aquin.: SMT 211 2, 93 | which in ~some way may have reference to these animals (since 212 2, 98 | wherefore it is ~defined in reference to the will, as stated above ( 213 2, 101 | witness to ~his goodness in reference to an end: thus we praise 214 2, 116 | taking greed generally, in reference to any ~temporal good, not 215 2, 120 | they ought to contain ~some reference to piety rather than to 216 2, 122 | are to be understood in reference to the preparation of the ~ 217 2, 123 | are estimated chiefly with reference to the end, ~as stated above ( 218 2, 131 | it may be ~considered in reference to its cause, which on the 219 2, 131 | it may be considered in reference to its effect, which is 220 2, 132 | great work especially in reference to the Divine honor. Wherefore 221 2, 132 | liberality regards expenditure in reference to the ~love and desire 222 2, 132 | regards expenditure in reference to hope, by attaining to 223 2, 143 | sake: the useful implies reference to ~something else."~Aquin.: 224 2, 145 | Jerome says (in the same ~reference) "Rational man forfeits 225 2, 145 | Ordinary Gloss, where the reference is ~lacking] commenting 226 2, 146 | of ~incontinence that has reference to lust."~Aquin.: SMT SS 227 2, 150 | such must be considered in ~reference to the soul. The second 228 2, 150 | precept of the natural law, in reference to the preservation ~of 229 2, 150 | precept of the natural law, in reference ~to the preservation of 230 2, 150 | of ~virtue is fixed with reference, not to quantity but to 231 2, 152 | though it be so called in reference to the general ~course of 232 2, 152 | pollution may be considered with reference to its ~cause. This may 233 2, 153 | continence is properly said in reference to those passions which 234 2, 153 | of ~nature. Wherefore in reference to such things we speak 235 2, 153 | continence and incontinence in ~reference to venereal matters rather 236 2, 153 | venereal matters rather than in reference to food; although ~according 237 2, 153 | understood in two ways. First in ~reference to the sense in which continence 238 2, 153 | it may be ~understood in reference to the general sense in 239 2, 154 | intemperance is, as we have said in reference to continence (Q[155], A[ 240 2, 154 | as we have said above in ~reference to continence (Q[155], A[ 241 2, 154 | his habit. Wherefore in reference to such persons it is written ( 242 2, 156 | inward ~conception, and in reference to this He says: "Whosoever 243 2, 156 | out into effect; and in reference to ~this He says: "Whosoever 244 2, 156 | mere word; wherefore in reference to this He says: "Whosoever 245 2, 159 | is considered chiefly in reference to the end: wherefore the ~ 246 2, 159 | however, it is considered in reference to the ~ordering of the 247 2, 159 | degree. Two others have ~reference to words, namely that one 248 2, 160 | mentioned here. For Jerome [*Reference unknown] says that "nothing 249 2, 161 | possible for a creature ~in reference to God, in so far as the 250 2, 161 | likeness, may be considered in ~reference to three things. First, 251 2, 166 | arise from words or deeds in reference to ~others with whom a man 252 2, 166 | have no other occupation in reference to ~other men, nevertheless 253 2, 166 | other men, nevertheless in reference to themselves, and to God, 254 2, 169 | habits and acts. ~First, in reference to the various gratuitous 255 2, 169 | passages speak of prophecy in reference to the third ~point just 256 2, 172 | afterwards the text continues in reference ~to the prophecy of promise ( 257 2, 173 | which is above ~nature" [*Reference unknown; Cf. De Veritate 258 2, 179 | active life is described with reference to our ~relations with other 259 2, 181 | and ~"state" here has reference to freedom or servitude. 260 2, 181 | have stability ~[statum] in reference to its own disposition in 261 2, 181 | difference of states, in reference to which some persons are 262 2, 182 | employs the term "priests" in reference to both, when ~he says ( 263 2, 183 | supererogation, as Paul ~says in reference to himself (1 Cor. 9:12, 264 2, 183 | commands on His ~disciples in reference to the mission on which 265 2, 184 | religion, religion has ~reference not only to the offering 266 2, 184 | religious is chiefly in reference to ~bishops, who are compared 267 2, 184 | solicitude is aroused in man in reference ~especially to three things. 268 2, 185 | reads?" Fourthly, he adds in reference to ~preaching [*Cap. xviii]: " 269 2, 185 | Jerome says in a letter ~[*Reference unknown]: "Beware lest whereas 270 2, 185 | things may be considered in reference to mendicancy. ~The first 271 2, 186 | Now our Lord said with reference to the perfection of Christian 272 2, 186 | the study of letters in reference to the doctrine ~that is " 273 2, 186 | Heliod. Episc.) says ~in reference to certain people: "They 274 2, 187 | in three ~ways. First, in reference to the same state and the 275 2, 187 | passage of ~Matthew, the reference is to the Jews even at the 276 3, 2 | chiefly to be judged ~with reference to the dignity of the Divine 277 3, 4 | capability cannot be taken with ~reference to the natural passive power, 278 3, 4 | are said to be "such" with reference to their ~proper causes, 279 3, 4 | proper causes, not with reference to what belongs to them 280 3, 6 | answer that, A medium is in reference to a beginning and an end. 281 3, 6 | difference which ~would be with reference to the origin of the soul, 282 3, 7 | This is said of Christ with reference to hope, not as a ~theological 283 3, 7 | to be full ~of grace in reference to herself, i.e. inasmuch 284 3, 7 | that fulness which has ~reference to the subject, in comparison 285 3, 7 | measure." And it is with reference to its end that a ~measure 286 3, 7 | triple reason: First, with ~reference to the order of the principles 287 3, 8 | men are called heads with reference to certain special places, 288 3, 8 | their Churches. Or with reference to a determined time as 289 3, 8 | his Pontificate, ~and with reference to a determined state, inasmuch 290 3, 9 | essence of faith to have ~reference to the unseen, as was said 291 3, 15 | of Christ, first, with reference to His natural and hypostatic 292 3, 15 | for us; ~secondly, with reference to His personal and relative 293 3, 15 | the word "necessity" in reference to the first cause of these ~ 294 3, 16 | is said by Scripture in reference to the form of ~God, wherein 295 3, 16 | the Father, and what in reference to the form ~of a servant, 296 3, 17 | said to be, not only with reference to what he had ~previously, 297 3, 17 | previously, but also with reference to what accrued to him afterwards. ~ 298 3, 18 | doing of something with reference to some ~universal reason, 299 3, 18 | not doing the same ~with reference to some particular reason, 300 3, 20 | 2: Further, servant has reference to master. Now nothing has 301 3, 22 | Christ may be considered in ~reference to the will of the Sufferer, 302 3, 25 | pertaining to Christ in reference to us; ~and first, the adoration 303 3, 29 | uses the term "husband" in reference to marriage ~consummated.~ 304 3, 31 | miracle ~is not only in reference to the matter of the conception, 305 3, 35 | two filiations - one in reference to ~his father, and another 306 3, 35 | his father, and another in reference to his mother. But if we 307 3, 37 | the Orient is His name," reference is ~made to the same, as 308 3, 50 | that He is forsaken, with reference to ~the prayer He had made: " 309 3, 60 | to things considered in reference to their ~end and state 310 3, 60 | latter ~pertains to God in reference to man. Now it is not for 311 3, 62 | powers are perfected in reference to their actions. Now the 312 3, 68 | Baptism, as we have ~stated in reference to imbeciles: thus Augustine 313 3, 74 | sacrament to be determined in reference to ~the number of the faithful 314 3, 78 | aforesaid expression with reference to the last instant of the 315 3, 83 | The second part contains a reference to our present misery, by 316 3, 83 | under the Old Law. It has reference to ~two things: first, to 317 3, 84 | something ~is suitably added in reference to the supreme authority 318 Suppl, 11| matters than those ~which have reference to confession?~(3) Whether 319 Suppl, 11| matters than those which ~have reference to confession?~Aquin.: SMT 320 Suppl, 11| besides those which have reference to confession. For sins 321 Suppl, 11| confession. For sins alone ~have reference to confession. Now sometimes 322 Suppl, 11| are told which have no reference to confession. Therefore, 323 Suppl, 11| other than those which have ~reference to sacramental confession.~ 324 Suppl, 11| matters than those which have reference to sacramental confession, 325 Suppl, 12| God due honor," wherein no reference is ~made to the things mentioned 326 Suppl, 17| from its act or use, and reference to the ~act should include 327 Suppl, 17| its definition contains a reference to jurisdiction.~Aquin.: 328 Suppl, 18| Now this was not said in ~reference to the declaration only, 329 Suppl, 36| speaking of the priest in reference to the ~reason for which 330 Suppl, 37| Orders are distinguished in reference to cleansing, ~enlightening, 331 Suppl, 42| various ~states of man in reference to that good. Consequently 332 Suppl, 44| joining together, and in reference to this it is ~called the " 333 Suppl, 44| is the wedding, ~and in reference to this it is called the " 334 Suppl, 44| is the offspring, and in reference to this it ~is called "matrimony," 335 Suppl, 44| the contracting parties in reference to the species, by the ~ 336 Suppl, 44| difference should be indicated in reference to the man ~rather than 337 Suppl, 45| De ~Spons. et matr.) in reference to this case: "Other things 338 Suppl, 46| marriage in two ways. First, in reference ~to the tribunal of conscience, 339 Suppl, 46| 45], A[4]). ~Secondly, in reference to the judgment of the Church; 340 Suppl, 47| as we have ~also said in reference to betrothals (Q[43], A[ 341 Suppl, 48| power over the other in reference to carnal intercourse, which ~ 342 Suppl, 49| important than sacrament in reference ~to marriage.~Aquin.: SMT 343 Suppl, 50| compulsion, and "error" in reference to ignorance. Wherefore 344 Suppl, 50| marrying, not simply but in ~reference to a particular person, 345 Suppl, 50| between two persons, in ~reference to a third united to one 346 Suppl, 55| being divided except ~in reference to something belonging to 347 Suppl, 55| relationship are ~distinguished in reference to carnal procreation, the 348 Suppl, 55| relationship can only be ~taken in reference to ascent and descent of 349 Suppl, 56| however draw a distinction in reference ~to spiritual relationship, 350 Suppl, 56| a further distinction in reference to the marriage act. For ~ 351 Suppl, 62| par with each ~other in reference to those things, since the 352 Suppl, 63| Chrysostom is speaking in reference to the cause which is ~wont 353 Suppl, 64| on the man's account in reference to ~marriage according to 354 Suppl, 64| husband rules. But with ~reference to the second kind of equality, 355 Suppl, 64| his own authority, but in reference ~to some canonical ordinance, 356 Suppl, 65| above (Q[41], A[1]). And in reference to this they owe one another ~" 357 Suppl, 65| inherent pleasure, ~without reference to the end for which nature 358 Suppl, 67| above (Q[65], ~A[1]) in reference to the plurality of wives 359 Suppl, 67| must be understood not in ~reference to sin, but as explained 360 Suppl, 69| them by way of congruity in reference to their degree of ~nobility ( 361 Suppl, 69| The same is to be ~said in reference to the damned.~Aquin.: SMT 362 Suppl, 69| apostles and martyrs in reference ~to that which they gain 363 Suppl, 69| the deepest place not in ~reference to the places of punishment, 364 Suppl, 69| just as we have stated in reference to limbo ~and hell (A[5]).~ 365 Suppl, 69| stated ~above, either in reference to the person, or in reference 366 Suppl, 69| reference to the person, or in reference to nature only. ~Consequently 367 Suppl, 70| those organs, ~except in reference to the soul whose powers 368 Suppl, 71| are to be explained with ~reference to the lower causes, that 369 Suppl, 72| But they are not heard in reference to these things; ~wherefore 370 Suppl, 72| therefore, are ~they heard in reference to matters concerning others.~ 371 Suppl, 72| quotes St. Jerome, ~but the reference is not known.] mentions 372 Suppl, 72| can also be explained in reference to virtue as the name of 373 Suppl, 72| Him"; and afterwards in ~reference to the judgment (Ps. 49: 374 Suppl, 72| torture the wicked, both in ~reference to their respective offices, 375 Suppl, 72| offices, and somewhat in reference to their ~substance: since 376 Suppl, 74| exemplate, as we have said in ~reference to Christ's resurrection: 377 Suppl, 77| division that is made in reference to definite quantity regards ~ 378 Suppl, 81| place, as we have said ~in reference to the heavenly bodies.~ 379 Suppl, 86| others will be judged in ~reference to the words he has uttered 380 Suppl, 86| Thrones is given to angels in reference to the ~judgment which God 381 Suppl, 86| judged forthwith." [*The ~reference should be Mt. 8:29: 'Art 382 Suppl, 88| light, but a lessening in reference to man's use; because after 383 Suppl, 88| said to be darkened in ~reference to a person when he encounters 384 Suppl, 88| plants must be understood in reference to the movement of the heaven, 385 Suppl, 89| OF THE DIVINE ESSENCE IN REFERENCE TO THE BLESSED* (THREE ARTICLES) [* 386 Suppl, 89| to their ~being. Hence in reference to this question we find 387 Suppl, 90| Augustine expounds this in reference to the ~different degrees 388 Suppl, 91| sense is most ~disposed with reference to the most beautiful of 389 Suppl, 92| described as being espoused in reference to its union with ~the Word 390 Suppl, 93| metaphorically, both with reference to merit which is ~gained 391 Suppl, 93| warfare" (Job 7:1) - and with reference to the reward whereby in 392 Suppl, 93| essential reward without reference to the essential ~reward 393 Suppl, 93| results in the effect with reference to the first ~mover, and 394 Suppl, 93| something secondary with reference to the instrument. ~Wherefore 395 Suppl, 93| a spiritual sense, with reference to the various conditions 396 Suppl, 93| vow - and this I say ~with reference to the aureole in its proper 397 Suppl, 93| stated ~above (A[5]) in reference to baptized children, that 398 Suppl, 94| Wherefore "just as in reference to the body, all the heavier ~ 399 Suppl, 94| order of gravity, so ~in reference to the spirit, the lower


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