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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | another again. But this cannot go on to infinity, because 2 1, 2 | causes it is not possible to go on to ~infinity, because 3 1, 2 | causes it is ~possible to go on to infinity, there will 4 1, 2 | Now it is impossible to go on to infinity in necessary ~ 5 1, 9 | to enter a house, or to go out, according as its ~rays 6 1, 12 | He is in Himself, we now go on to consider in what manner 7 1, 12 | no power of that kind can go beyond corporeal things. ~ 8 1, 12 | and I ~will not let him go" (Cant 3:4); in this sense 9 1, 12 | does its natural desire go out to these things; ~neither, 10 1, 12 | our ~natural knowledge can go as far as it can be led 11 1, 13 | order or habitude can only go between things in the apprehension 12 1, 14 | essence." But God does not go out from His ~own essence, 13 1, 14 | created causes; and thus we go ~discursively from causes 14 1, 14 | generation and movement ~will go on for ever, so that individuals 15 1, 14 | infinity as ~rational creatures go on for ever.~Aquin.: SMT 16 1, 21 | precedes. And since we cannot ~go on to infinity, we must 17 1, 21 | this world ~force us to go to God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 22 | the wicked: "I let them go according to the desires 19 1, 23 | Take ~what is thine, and go thy way. Is it not lawful 20 1, 23 | and many there are ~who go in thereat. How narrow is 21 1, 27 | OBJ 1: There is no need to go on to infinitude in the 22 1, 39 | of Is. 65:1, "Behold ~I go to the Gentiles," a gloss 23 1, 52 | some who were ~unable to go beyond the reach of their 24 1, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To go from one extreme to the 25 1, 62 | grace: for thus we should go on to infinity. Therefore 26 1, 62 | that ~there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: 27 1, 63 | from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from Me'], 28 1, 64 | with them wherever they ~go." Nor is this contrary to 29 1, 68 | higher mountains, all to go to show the impossibility 30 1, 73 | goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, in 31 1, 75 | whose ~observation does not go beyond the senses. And this 32 1, 39 | of Is. 65:1, "Behold ~I go to the Gentiles," a gloss 33 1, 53 | some who were ~unable to go beyond the reach of their 34 1, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To go from one extreme to the 35 1, 63 | grace: for thus we should go on to infinity. Therefore 36 1, 63 | that ~there is no need to go on to infinity.~Aquin.: 37 1, 64 | from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart from Me'], 38 1, 65 | with them wherever they ~go." Nor is this contrary to 39 1, 69 | higher mountains, all to go to show the impossibility 40 1, 72 | goodness is said to move and go forth to its object, in 41 1, 74 | whose ~observation does not go beyond the senses. And this 42 1, 81 | OBJ 3: There is no need to go on indefinitely, but we 43 1, 84 | quiddity; whereas it may go astray as regards the surroundings 44 1, 87 | process of ~abstraction cannot go on forever, it must arrive 45 1, 89 | for they were ~unable to go so far as to understand 46 1, 96 | tree of life could not ~go so far as to give the body 47 1, 102 | the secondary deities, who go the ~round of the heavens 48 1, 104 | Again, a miracle ~is said to go beyond the hope "of nature," 49 1, 106 | make ourselves known, we go out as ~it were by the door 50 1, 111 | send My ~angels who shall go before thee."~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 111 | that "the angels do not go abroad in such a manner 52 1, 111 | powers assist, who do not go forth ~as messengers to 53 2, 1 | neither side is it possible to go to infinity ~since if there 54 2, 5 | enlightening and heating would go on to infinity. But the 55 2, 9 | But this process could not go on to ~infinity. Wherefore 56 2, 14 | about removing obstacles can go on indefinitely.~Aquin.: 57 2, 14 | demonstrative science does not go on ~indefinitely, because 58 2, 18 | can a process ~of nature go on to infinity, there must 59 2, 19 | tell a man ~that he should go to another man's wife, the 60 2, 19 | instance, a man intends to go to ~Rome, and encounters 61 2, 20 | for ~instance, a man may go to church continuously, 62 2, 23 | succumb, so that it does not go beyond the ~limits of "sadness," 63 2, 28 | for ~himself, he does not go out from himself simply, 64 2, 33 | written (Wis. 8:16): "When ~I go into my house, I shall repose 65 2, 39 | Eccles. 7:3: "It is better to go to the ~house of mourning, 66 2, 56 | by which, at times, they go against reason, whence ~ 67 2, 61 | dangers of death, so as not to go too far, ~which is much 68 2, 70 | a fruit, else we should go on indefinitely. ~But our 69 2, 71 | and many there are who go in thereat." ~Therefore 70 2, 71 | when a man wills "not to go to church," when he ~is 71 2, 71 | church," when he ~is bound to go - exterior, as when a man, 72 2, 71 | hour that he is ~bound to go to church (or even before), 73 2, 71 | wills, consequently, to go without this other: unless, ~ 74 2, 71 | when a man ~wills "not to go to church": while sometimes 75 2, 71 | time that he ~is bound to go to church, does not think 76 2, 71 | when ~a man wills "not to go to church," because it is 77 2, 71 | at the time he ought to go to church - or, ~precede 78 2, 71 | result being that he does not go to church in the morning. 79 2, 73 | the same way, even if one go a long way from ~it or stay 80 2, 75 | of the first, and thus we go on ~indefinitely, which 81 2, 75 | so there is no ~need to go on indefinitely: for one 82 2, 85 | the same ~quantity, it may go on indefinitely, as, for 83 2, 85 | it will be possible to go on ~thus indefinitely, provided 84 2, 85 | indefinitely, inasmuch as man can go on indefinitely adding sin 85 2, 87 | punishment, because then it would go on indefinitely. Therefore ~ 86 2, 87 | Mt. 25:46): "These shall go into ~everlasting punishment"; 87 2, 95 | distinction: since it may go on to ~infinity. Therefore 88 2, 96 | take away thy coat, let go thy ~cloak also unto him; 89 2, 96 | will force thee one mile, go with him ~other two."~Aquin.: 90 2, 99 | human reason could not go astray in the abstract, 91 2, 102 | to that ~time, does not go beyond the order of literal 92 2, 102 | 20:26): "Thou shalt not go up by steps ~unto My altar." 93 2, 102 | that it was impossible to go up to it except by steps. ~ 94 2, 102 | to make it necessary to "go up" to it "by steps." This ~ 95 2, 102 | Father - and ~this is "not to go up" to the altar by steps. 96 2, 102 | precept, "Thou shalt not go up by ~steps unto My altar" ( 97 2, 102 | offering sacrifices would go up by steps of wood, ~not 98 2, 102 | Egyptians pressed them to go forth ~speedily, as related 99 2, 102 | anyone who ~did not hasten to go with the crowd might be 100 2, 102 | according to 2 Cor. 6:17: "Go out from among ~them, and 101 2, 105 | oweth thee, thou shalt not go into his house to take away 102 2, 105 | should command them to go to a fixed place to ask 103 2, 105 | brother's ox or his sheep go astray; but thou shalt bring 104 2, 105 | oweth ~thee, thou shalt not go into his house to take away 105 2, 105 | gates do vary; ~arise and go up to the place, which the 106 2, 105 | inheritance of the Lord, saying: Go, serve ~strange gods." There 107 2, 105 | 21:2) that slaves should "go out ~free" in the seventh 108 2, 105 | prescribed that they should go out free in the ~seventh 109 2, 105 | servant, ~she shall not go out as bondwomen are wont 110 2, 105 | as bondwomen are wont to go out." Moreover, in this ~ 111 2, 107 | If thou wilt be perfect, go, sell whatsoever thou hast," ~ 112 2, 108 | written (Prov. 6:6,8): "Go to the ant, O ~sluggard, 113 2, 108 | perfect," and then He adds: "Go, ~sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] 114 2, 109 | deliberation; and since ~it cannot go on to infinity, we must 115 2, 109 | seems that we must ~not go beyond what was said first, 116 2, 109 | soul, otherwise we should go ~on to infinity. But we 117 2, 109 | Mover. Hence we ~need not go to infinity.~Aquin.: SMT 118 2, 109 | grace. Therefore we must go on to infinity; which is ~ 119 2, 4 | anything firmly; when we go on to say, "of things that 120 2, 10 | him: "Wilt thou ~that we go and gather it up?" and that 121 2, 10 | is written (Lk. 14:23): "Go out into the highways and 122 2, 10 | you, and you be willing to go, eat of anything that is 123 2, 10 | Heb.): "If you wish ~to go to dine with pagans, we 124 2, 10 | matter against another, go to be judged before the 125 2, 10 | forbade the faithful to go to law before an unbelieving 126 2, 10 | temporal death and failed ~to go to his aid. Since, then, 127 2, 15 | have ~seen and let them not go out of thy heart all the 128 2, 16 | rule being attained; if we go beyond the rule, there is ~ 129 2, 17 | inflicted in punishment, should go against the will. Now that 130 2, 18 | If thou wilt ~be perfect, go sell what thou hast, and 131 2, 23 | in the way to God is to go back." Now no man goes back 132 2, 23 | is no longer possible to go any further in that ~form, 133 2, 23 | perfection, does not suddenly go so far as to ~commit a mortal 134 2, 24 | according to ~2 Cor. 6:17: "Go ye out from among them." 135 2, 24 | written (2 Cor. 6:17): "Go out from among them . . . 136 2, 25 | close to God, can come and go, ~increase and decrease, 137 2, 28 | the virtue.]~We must now go on to consider Mercy, under 138 2, 28 | and grieves, if things go well with the undeserving: " 139 2, 30 | If thou wilt be perfect, ~go, sell what thou hast, and 140 2, 30 | s property, and ~yet not go beyond what he needs in 141 2, 31 | Hence we should have to go seeking for those who ~need 142 2, 31 | to denounce. Now ~one may go to the length of accusing 143 2, 31 | answer that, The right way to go from one extreme to another 144 2, 31 | they say that we should go no further in the matter, ~ 145 2, 37 | belong to them, and they go down alive into hell, you 146 2, 38 | order to be at war, but we go to war ~that we may have 147 2, 38 | together, and ordered ~them to go down to the seashore." Therefore 148 2, 38 | clerics ~were first allowed to go to the front: and it is 149 2, 41 | take away thy ~coat, let go thy cloak also unto him"; 150 2, 41 | or defrauded, rather than go to law. But sometimes it 151 2, 46 | command and right use always go together, because the ~reason' 152 2, 51 | and let thine eye-lids go before thy steps." Now this 153 2, 53 | written (Prov. 6:6-8): "Go to the ant, O sluggard, 154 2, 54 | 25): "Let thine eyelids go before thy steps." Therefore 155 2, 56 | sensitive apprehension does ~not go so far as to be able to 156 2, 58 | without which ~no man can go through this life," according 157 2, 61 | Take what is thine, and go thy way."~Aquin.: SMT SS 158 2, 65 | on Dt. ~23:25, "If thou go into thy friend's corn," 159 2, 77 | matins, he would not ~omit to go, so that, evidently, the 160 2, 84 | fruits . . . and thou shalt go to ~the priest that shall 161 2, 85 | since the figures do not go beyond ten but begin over ~ 162 2, 88 | 25), "Speak no more, and go out of the man," says: ~" 163 2, 94 | front of one's house; to go back to ~bed if you happen 164 2, 99 | said: "Suffer me first to go and bury my father," Our 165 2, 99 | dead bury their dead: but go thou, and preach the kingdom 166 2, 108 | Apostle, though he did not go to Corinth, whither he had 167 2, 108 | whither he had promised to ~go (2 Cor. 1), did not lie, 168 2, 109 | made as though'] he would ~go farther"; and Ambrose in 169 2, 109 | 5): "I and the boy will go with speed as far as yonder, 170 2, 109 | Lord "pretended He would go farther," because He ~acted 171 2, 109 | acted as if wishing to go farther; in order to signify 172 2, 109 | because, "as He was about to go farther away from them by 173 2, 120 | brother's ox or his ~sheep go astray, but thou shalt bring 174 2, 120 | concupiscence, that do not go farther ~than the bounds 175 2, 125 | written (Ecclus. 8:18): "Go not on the way with a ~bold 176 2, 129 | the one," i.e. the good, "go ~about it in the right way," 177 2, 134 | quite evident that some go through much trouble ~and 178 2, 135 | Sometimes a virtue and its act go by the same name: thus ~ 179 2, 136 | delicate woman, that ~could not go upon the ground, nor set 180 2, 137 | whatever; but it does not go so far as to give confidence ~ 181 2, 145 | they were commanded not to go up on to the ~mountain, 182 2, 146 | pleasure and ~necessity go together, we fail to discern 183 2, 146 | forced to eat much, arise, ~go out, and vomit; and it shall 184 2, 149 | destroyed'] all them that go awhoring ~from [Douay: ' 185 2, 150 | virginity: ~else, since none can go to the heavenly kingdom 186 2, 150 | without virtue, no one ~could go there without virginity, 187 2, 152 | Lord commanded (Osee 1:2): "Go take thee a wife of fornications, 188 2, 152 | through covetousness, to go beyond one's earthly bounds, 189 2, 152 | bounds of ~morals!" Now to go beyond one's earthly bounds 190 2, 156 | it overrule the mind, and go ~before it as its mistress, 191 2, 159 | or the appetite may even go so far as lovingly to embrace ~ 192 2, 163 | according to Mt. 25:41, "Go [Vulg.: 'Depart from Me'] 193 2, 165 | says (Confess. ~x, 35), "I go no more to see a dog coursing 194 2, 168 | written (Ecclus. 8:18): "Go not on the way ~with a bold 195 2, 169 | etc., and 3 Kgs. 19:11: "Go forth and stand upon the 196 2, 170 | to 3 Kgs. 22:22, "I will go forth, and be a lying ~spirit 197 2, 172 | which, however, do not go ~beyond the bounds of natural 198 2, 178 | according ~to Wis. 8:16, "When I go into my house, I shall repose 199 2, 178 | again and again; others go forwards or lag behind many 200 2, 180 | addressed to Moses (Ex. 19:21), "Go down and charge the people, 201 2, 182 | If thou wilt be perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] 202 2, 182 | perfection by the words, "Go, sell all thou hast, and 203 2, 182 | If thou wilt be perfect, go, sell," etc., as though 204 2, 182 | other ~"answering said: I go . . . and he went not." 205 2, 182 | If thou wilt be perfect, go" ~and "sell" all [Vulg.: ' 206 2, 183 | If thou art perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: ~'what'] 207 2, 183 | vain ~are often minded to go elsewhere in order to labor 208 2, 183 | If thou wilt be ~perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what] 209 2, 183 | If thou wilt be perfect go sell" all ~"that thou hast, 210 2, 183 | For he permitted them to go preaching without gold or 211 2, 184 | voluntary poverty seems to go to the extreme ~rather than 212 2, 184 | since why did that young man go away sad, save because he ~ 213 2, 184 | If ~thou wilt be perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] 214 2, 184 | Lord said (Mt. 19:21): "Go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] 215 2, 184 | If thou wilt be perfect, go sell all ~[Vulg.: 'what'] 216 2, 184 | If thou wilt be perfect, go, sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] ~ 217 2, 184 | 68,69), "Will ~you also go away?" Peter answered for 218 2, 184 | Lord, to whom shall we ~go?" Hence Augustine says ( 219 2, 184 | arise. If, however, they go so far as to sin out of 220 2, 185 | it becomes ~religious to go to the palaces of kings 221 2, 185 | the monastic habit, who go ~wandering about the country," 222 2, 185 | penance for grievous sins to go on a pilgrimage begging. ~ 223 2, 186 | If thou ~wilt be perfect, go sell all [Vulg.: 'what'] 224 2, 187 | as thyself,' ~why did he go away sad when he heard: 225 2, 187 | away sad when he heard: Go, sell all thou hast and 226 2, 187 | Lord had ~said to him: 'Go, sell all thou hast,' the 227 2, 187 | If thou wilt be ~perfect, go, etc. For it is impossible 228 2, 187 | publicans and the harlots ~shall go into the kingdom of God 229 2, 187 | admitted to one, he is bound to go to another; whereas ~if 230 2, 187 | him, we authorize him to go ~freely."~Aquin.: SMT SS 231 2, 187 | live in solitude, who will ~go to church? who will convert 232 2, 187 | to you . . . because you ~go round about the sea and 233 2, 187 | seeks delay in order to go home and confer with his ~ 234 2, 187 | and whither I trembled to go, there appeared ~to me the 235 3, 1 | sermon (xiii de Temp.): "Go was made man, that man might 236 3, 1 | Say not to thy friend: Go, and come again, and tomorrow 237 3, 2 | to be what can come or ~go without the subject being 238 3, 3 | Father. But if one were to go on to say, "The man is ~ 239 3, 7 | beyond which they may not go. ~Hence it is not necessary 240 3, 8 | Ask ~any of them that go by the way," says: "Whilst 241 3, 12 | active intellect man can go on to ~understand effects 242 3, 28 | Mother's womb, that He might ~go forth unspotted." But opening 243 3, 28 | unreal body, to be able to go through a closed ~passage; 244 3, 28 | so that it seems that ~to go through a closed passage 245 3, 31 | righteousness. Now, to sin is to go beyond ~the restriction 246 3, 31 | place where He was; and to go without leaving the spot ~ 247 3, 36 | commanded His ~disciples, "Go ye not into the way of the 248 3, 36 | is written (Lev. 19:31): "Go not aside after wizards [ 249 3, 36 | announced Christ's birth did not go to Jerusalem, nor ~did he 250 3, 36 | one to another: Let us go over to Bethlehem . . . 251 3, 37 | the Mother of God should go to the temple to ~be purified?~ 252 3, 37 | for the Mother of God to go ~to the Temple to be purified. 253 3, 39 | But those who are baptized go forward, not back. ~Therefore 254 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 2: In baptism we "go up" by advancing in grace: 255 3, 39 | for which we ~need to "go down" by humility, according 256 3, 39 | according to Mt. 28:19: "Go ye ~and teach all nations, 257 3, 40 | giving us the example to go about and seek those who 258 3, 40 | may not ~scandalize them, go to the sea," Jerome says: " 259 3, 40 | came (Mk. 1:38): "Let us go ~into the neighboring towns 260 3, 42 | quibbling. Hence on ~Mt. 10:5, "Go ye not into the way of the 261 3, 43 | cannot do anything till thou go in thither."~Aquin.: SMT 262 3, 43 | Did not ~that rich man go away from His presence sorrowful? . . . 263 3, 44 | demons, He said ~to him: "Go into thy house to thy friends, 264 3, 44 | place we find Him saying, 'Go and declare the glory of ~ 265 3, 45 | Now in order that anyone go straight along a road, he 266 3, 46 | that the passion shall not go beyond the rule ~of reason. 267 3, 46 | passage continues: "Let us go forth therefore to Him ~ 268 3, 46 | 22:33, "I am ~ready to go with Thee, both into prison 269 3, 47 | so do I: arise, let us go hence" - namely, to the 270 3, 48 | all, since the truth must go beyond the figure. ~Therefore 271 3, 49 | Mic. 2:13): "For He shall go up that ~shall open the 272 3, 50 | separated from the ~body did go down into hell.~Aquin.: 273 3, 51 | as they die, their deeds go with them. But it is ~quite 274 3, 51 | there in my blood, whilst I go down to corruption?" as 275 3, 52 | Ps. 62:10: ~"They shall go into the lower parts of 276 3, 52 | All that I have shall go down into the deepest pit." 277 3, 52 | Job ~10:21): "Before I go, and return no more, to 278 3, 52 | although ~they did not go out as long as Christ remained 279 3, 52 | He does not permit us to go thither, from whence He 280 3, 52 | free." But He permits us to go to ~Purgatory. Therefore, 281 3, 53 | shedding of My blood, "while I go down," as by various ~degrees 282 3, 55 | shall be risen again, I will go before you into ~Galilee"; 283 3, 55 | be ~risen again, I will go before you into Galilee," 284 3, 55 | account "He said that He would go into Galilee, that they 285 3, 55 | disciples and brethren, to ~go into Galilee. Paul makes 286 3, 55 | our Lord - that ~He would 'go before them into Galilee,' 287 3, 55 | signified by the words 'He shall go ~before you into Galilee.' 288 3, 55 | to them, they would not go beyond human reason, and 289 3, 56 | to Mt. 25:46: "some shall go into everlasting ~punishment." 290 3, 57 | to say (10): "'Because I go to the Father; and you ~ 291 3, 57 | Jn. 14:3): "If I shall go, ~and prepare a place for 292 3, 57 | likewise (Mic. 2:13): "He shall go up that shall open the way 293 3, 57 | expedient to you that I go; ~for if I go not, the Paraclete 294 3, 57 | you that I go; ~for if I go not, the Paraclete will 295 3, 57 | not come to you; but if I go, I will ~send Him to you." 296 3, 57 | expedient to you ~that I go"; i.e. that I should leave 297 3, 57 | own saying (Jn. 14:2): "I go to prepare a place for ~ 298 3, 57 | Micheas (2:13), "He shall go up that shall open ~the 299 3, 59 | are, without sin. Let us go therefore ~with confidence 300 3, 59 | pertaining to a man which go on ~through the whole course 301 3, 60 | words, saying (Mt. 28:19): "Go ye and teach all nations, ~ 302 3, 67 | lest man should have to go without so ~necessary a 303 3, 69 | went up ~[Vulg.: 'shall go up'] that shall open the 304 3, 70 | said to him (Gn. 13:1): "Go forth out of thy country 305 3, 71 | precede Baptism, saying: "Go ye . . . and ~teach all 306 3, 71 | Therefore, accursed devil, go out ~from him," etc.~Aquin.: 307 3, 72 | according to Jn. 16:7: "If I go not, the ~Paraclete will 308 3, 72 | not come to you, but if I go, I will send Him to you." 309 3, 72 | hazardous, if anyone happened to go forth from this life without 310 3, 75 | on ~Jn. 16:7: "Except I go, the Paraclete will not 311 3, 77 | withdrawn, the ~qualities which go with matter, such as rarity 312 3, 78 | good of the words which go with the ~consecration of 313 3, 80 | dream by night, he shall go ~forth out of the camp; 314 3, 80 | sinners are not bound to go to Communion: hence Pope ~ 315 3, 80 | state of sin ~are bound to go to Communion, it seems that 316 3, 83 | 20:26): "Thou ~shalt not go up by steps unto My altar, 317 3, 83 | from ~nausea. Some persons go further, and cut out that 318 3, 87 | Christ's sake, since he would go to heaven at once, which 319 3, 87 | free from mortal sin, would go straight to heaven if sprinkled ~ 320 3, 87 | to thee, thou ~shalt not go out from thence," viz., 321 3, 88 | grace, whither does ~he go, except to perdition? Yet 322 Suppl, 5 | the contrite should not go to Communion before going 323 Suppl, 5 | wherefore a man should not go to Communion until his sin ~ 324 Suppl, 6 | a mortal sin, unless he go to confession first: for ~ 325 Suppl, 6 | Easter, wherefore all must go to confession before that 326 Suppl, 6 | man is bound absolutely to go to confession; and here 327 Suppl, 8 | survive the ~danger, need not go to his own priest; which 328 Suppl, 8 | Reply OBJ 2: He needs to go to his own priest, not that 329 Suppl, 8 | excommunication needs to go to the ~judge, who in other 330 Suppl, 9 | especially if he cannot go to the same priest to whom ~ 331 Suppl, 13| Therefore the latter will go straight to heaven, if he 332 Suppl, 15| This kind" of demons "can go out by nothing, but by ~ 333 Suppl, 17| thenceforth no ~one should go there, and to His opening 334 Suppl, 17| for sinners, that they may go to heaven. Therefore she 335 Suppl, 18| instrument, and does not go so far as to cause the reception 336 Suppl, 19| The keys of the kingdom go with the priesthood whereby 337 Suppl, 20| should ask permission to go to ~another, or should have 338 Suppl, 23| him, and thus one might go on ~indefinitely, which 339 Suppl, 25| clergy attached thereto who go there every day, obtain 340 Suppl, 25| times a day, ~since they go there repeatedly.~Aquin.: 341 Suppl, 28| its imposition, does not go beyond ~the limits of a 342 Suppl, 29| although those ~several things go together towards making 343 Suppl, 29| bread, another priest can go on with the consecration ~ 344 Suppl, 29| again, but ~should always go on, because to anoint the 345 Suppl, 31| 14. Now a bishop cannot go to all ~the sick people 346 Suppl, 41| 11) were commanded not to go near their wives (Ex. ~19: 347 Suppl, 41| by no means be willing to go to another ~woman, it is 348 Suppl, 45| wife; or else he should go far away into another ~country.~ 349 Suppl, 49| point of quantity, does not go ~beyond the bounds previously 350 Suppl, 49| otherwise the intention would go no further than a creature; ~ 351 Suppl, 51| seemingly, ~she cannot go back to the man to whom 352 Suppl, 54| length it ceases and can go no further. Since then consanguinity ~ 353 Suppl, 55| this way the procession can go no further. Now in ~the 354 Suppl, 59| Dt. 21:10 seqq.: "If thou go out to the ~fight . . . 355 Suppl, 59| to wife . . . thou shalt go in unto her, ~and shalt 356 Suppl, 64| above. Wherefore if ~she go beyond this in her demands, 357 Suppl, 64| consent, even as he might go fighting without the ~consent 358 Suppl, 69| this life the saints do not go ~immediately up to heaven.~ 359 Suppl, 69| Therefore no one will ~go up to heaven or down to 360 Suppl, 69| heaven. That also some souls go down to hell ~immediately 361 Suppl, 69| heaven or hell are able to go from thence?~Aquin.: SMT 362 Suppl, 69| heaven or hell are unable to go ~from thence. For Augustine 363 Suppl, 69| abode. Therefore they do not go forth from ~their abode.~ 364 Suppl, 69| Job 7:9): "He that shall go ~down to hell shall not 365 Suppl, 69| imprisoned and unable to go forth?" Hence we may infer 366 Suppl, 69| consigned to hell or heaven can go from thence, as we shall 367 Suppl, 69| they may be understood to go forth for ~a time: and here 368 Suppl, 69| All that I have shall go ~down into the deepest hell [ 369 Suppl, 69| persons are cleansed if they go hence without being ~perfectly 370 Suppl, 70| moved, and ~lest he should go on indefinitely, he said 371 Suppl, 72| Ps. 96:3): "A fire shall go before Him."~Aquin.: SMT 372 Suppl, 72| heat and gross matter will go down into ~hell for the 373 Suppl, 75| and into earth shalt thou go." Now all who shall rise ~ 374 Suppl, 75| and into earth shalt thou go [*Vulg.: 'Dust thou ~art 375 Suppl, 83| Mt. 25:46): "These shall go into everlasting ~punishment." 376 Suppl, 86| others at the judgment, and go forth "to meet Christ, ~ 377 Suppl, 86| will no more be free to go out, since this was permitted 378 Suppl, 87| humanity (Jn. 10:9): "He ~shall go in, and go out, and shall 379 Suppl, 87| He ~shall go in, and go out, and shall find pastures, 380 Suppl, 88| Further: "Thy sun shall go down no more, and thy moon 381 Suppl, 89| consequently since ~we cannot go on indefinitely, we shall 382 Suppl, 89| souls of the saints can go on ~increasing until the 383 Suppl, 91| Is. 66:24): "They shall go out and see ~the carcasses 384 Suppl, 91| gloss ~says: "The elect will go out by understanding or 385 Suppl, 93| choosing a more perfect life go beyond the general commandments." 386 Suppl, 93| the flesh: and ~if any one go beyond this measure, such 387 Suppl, 93| If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell all that ~thou 388 Suppl, 96| namely the wicked, ~"shall go into everlasting punishment."~ 389 Suppl, 96| the damned: "These shall go into everlasting punishment: 390 Appen1, 2| 11:3]. If, then, ~a man go forth from this life with 391 Appen2, 1| those who die in charity go at ~once to their reward; 392 Appen2, 1| Mt. 25:46, "These shall go into everlasting ~punishment [


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