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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 10 | 4 Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Many days cannot occur together, nor 2 1, 10 | once. But in eternity, days and times are in the plural, 3 1, 10 | the beginning, from the days of eternity" (Micah ~5:2); 4 1, 10 | other; for instance two days or two hours cannot be together; ~ 5 1, 42 | the beginning, from the days of eternity." ~Therefore 6 1, 46 | consequence is that ~infinite days preceded this present day. 7 1, 46 | there is a ~finite number of days which can be passed through. 8 1, 58 | who interprets the six days wherein God made all ~things, 9 1, 58 | things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar circuit, 10 1, 58 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The six days, as Augustine understands 11 1, 61 | before another; hence the six days of the production of ~things 12 1, 62 | in the works of the six days, were ~made together at 13 1, 62 | time; and so all the six days must have existed ~instantly 14 1, 62 | exposition, in those six days, "the morning" was the angelic 15 1, 65 | TREATISE ON THE WORK OF THE SIX DAYS (QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF 16 1, 67 | cause of the succession of days, ~months, and years. Thus 17 1, 67 | distinction into successive days, seasons, and years recorded 18 1, 67 | be for seasons, and for days, and ~years" is due to proper 19 1, 68 | the ~heaven existed before days, as is clear from the words, " 20 1, 68 | Further, the work of the six days is ordered conformably to 21 1, 68 | that was made in the six days was formed out of ~matter 22 1, 68 | of ~matter created before days began. But the firmament 23 1, 68 | seeing that the mention of days denotes succession of time, 24 1, 68 | form during the first three days, and ~afterwards, on the 25 1, 68 | however, we take these days to denote merely sequence 26 1, 69 | on ~the first and second days is expressly said to have 27 1, 69 | the first and the second days. ~Therefore the work of 28 1, 69 | follows. In these ~first days God created all things in 29 1, 69 | to the work of the six ~days, but the reproduction among 30 1, 70 | secondly as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 70 | their form from the three days' work of ~distinction, so 32 1, 70 | distinction of seasons and days began from the first ~day. 33 1, 70 | not made "for seasons, and days, and ~years," that is, in 34 1, 70 | be for seasons, and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as 35 1, 70 | particular distinctions of days and seasons and years, according 36 1, 71 | Hence, as ~among the three days assigned to the work of 37 1, 71 | intermediate body, so in the three days of the work of adornment, 38 1, 73 | which He made in the six ~days, and hence, by the fact 39 1, 73 | in the work of ~the six days. Some things, indeed, had 40 1, 73 | in the works of the six days. ~Some also existed beforehand 41 1, 73 | says (Div. Nom. iv). The days, ~therefore, in which God 42 1, 73 | OBJ 2: In the first six days creatures were produced 43 1, 74 | 1/1 - ON ALL THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~ 44 1, 74 | next consider all the seven days in common: and there are 45 1, 74 | the sufficiency of these days;~(2) Whether they are all 46 1, 74 | narrating ~the works of the six days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 47 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether these days are sufficiently enumerated?~ 48 1, 74 | It would seem that these days are not sufficiently enumerated. ~ 49 1, 74 | one another. But ~separate days are assigned to distinction 50 1, 74 | and therefore ~separate days should be assigned to creation.~ 51 1, 74 | the land. Therefore, other days ought to be devoted to the ~ 52 1, 74 | hand, that some of these ~days are superfluous. Light, 53 1, 74 | been produced on different days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 54 1, 74 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, these days are devoted to the first 55 1, 74 | the distinction of these days is made clear ~by what has 56 1, 74 | writers as to the last three days, differs as to the first ~ 57 1, 74 | on ~the first these two days, and the lower on the second. 58 1, 74 | world, and therefore the days of ~their production are 59 1, 74 | that is assigned to the six days, something ~distinct is 60 1, 74 | Para. 1/1~Whether all these days are one day?~Aquin.: SMT 61 1, 74 | would seem that all these days are one day. For it is written ~( 62 1, 74 | Therefore the first and ~third days are but one day, and for 63 1, 74 | would not be the case if the days ~of these works were more 64 1, 74 | distinct from the other days, it follows that ~He did 65 1, 74 | opinion is that all the days that are called seven, are 66 1, 74 | there were seven distinct ~days, not one only. Now, these 67 1, 74 | wrought in some one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought 68 1, 74 | wrought in some ~one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought 69 1, 74 | terminated. So the distinction of days ~denotes the natural order 70 1, 74 | the others, however, the days signify a ~succession both 71 1, 74 | actually in the work of the six days; Augustine, that they were 72 1, 74 | that the works of the six days ~were simultaneous, is consistent 73 1, 74 | day is succeeded by other days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 74 1, 74 | was fitting that different days should be assigned to the ~ 75 1, 74 | Augustine, the order of days refers to the ~natural order 76 1, 74 | works attributed to the days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 77 1, 74 | express the work of the six days?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 78 1, 74 | express the works of the six days. For as light, the firmament, 79 1, 74 | approval of the second days' work, because this is concerned 80 1, 74 | the words of Jacob, "The days of my ~pilgrimage," where 81 1, 74 | completion of a week of seven days, the first day returns which 82 1, 42 | the beginning, from the days of eternity." ~Therefore 83 1, 47 | consequence is that ~infinite days preceded this present day. 84 1, 47 | there is a ~finite number of days which can be passed through. 85 1, 59 | who interprets the six days wherein God made all ~things, 86 1, 59 | things, not as ordinary days measured by the solar circuit, 87 1, 59 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The six days, as Augustine understands 88 1, 62 | before another; hence the six days of the production of ~things 89 1, 63 | in the works of the six days, were ~made together at 90 1, 63 | time; and so all the six days must have existed ~instantly 91 1, 63 | exposition, in those six days, "the morning" was the angelic 92 1, 66 | TREATISE ON THE WORK OF THE SIX DAYS (QQ[65]-74)~~THE WORK OF 93 1, 68 | cause of the succession of days, ~months, and years. Thus 94 1, 68 | distinction into successive days, seasons, and years recorded 95 1, 68 | be for seasons, and for days, and ~years" is due to proper 96 1, 69 | the ~heaven existed before days, as is clear from the words, " 97 1, 69 | Further, the work of the six days is ordered conformably to 98 1, 69 | that was made in the six days was formed out of ~matter 99 1, 69 | of ~matter created before days began. But the firmament 100 1, 69 | seeing that the mention of days denotes succession of time, 101 1, 69 | form during the first three days, and ~afterwards, on the 102 1, 69 | however, we take these days to denote merely sequence 103 1, 70 | on ~the first and second days is expressly said to have 104 1, 70 | the first and the second days. ~Therefore the work of 105 1, 70 | follows. In these ~first days God created all things in 106 1, 70 | to the work of the six ~days, but the reproduction among 107 1, 71 | secondly as to all seven days in general.~Aquin.: SMT 108 1, 71 | their form from the three days' work of ~distinction, so 109 1, 71 | distinction of seasons and days began from the first ~day. 110 1, 71 | not made "for seasons, and days, and ~years," that is, in 111 1, 71 | be for seasons, and for days, and ~years." Thirdly, as 112 1, 71 | particular distinctions of days and seasons and years, according 113 1, 71 | Hence, as ~among the three days assigned to the work of 114 1, 71 | intermediate body, so in the three days of the work of adornment, 115 1, 72 | which He made in the six ~days, and hence, by the fact 116 1, 72 | in the work of ~the six days. Some things, indeed, had 117 1, 72 | in the works of the six days. ~Some also existed beforehand 118 1, 72 | says (Div. Nom. iv). The days, ~therefore, in which God 119 1, 72 | OBJ 2: In the first six days creatures were produced 120 1, 73 | 1/1 - ON ALL THE SEVEN DAYS IN COMMON (THREE ARTICLES)~ 121 1, 73 | next consider all the seven days in common: and there are 122 1, 73 | the sufficiency of these days;~(2) Whether they are all 123 1, 73 | narrating ~the works of the six days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 124 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether these days are sufficiently enumerated?~ 125 1, 73 | It would seem that these days are not sufficiently enumerated. ~ 126 1, 73 | one another. But ~separate days are assigned to distinction 127 1, 73 | and therefore ~separate days should be assigned to creation.~ 128 1, 73 | the land. Therefore, other days ought to be devoted to the ~ 129 1, 73 | hand, that some of these ~days are superfluous. Light, 130 1, 73 | been produced on different days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 131 1, 73 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, these days are devoted to the first 132 1, 73 | the distinction of these days is made clear ~by what has 133 1, 73 | writers as to the last three days, differs as to the first ~ 134 1, 73 | on ~the first these two days, and the lower on the second. 135 1, 73 | world, and therefore the days of ~their production are 136 1, 73 | that is assigned to the six days, something ~distinct is 137 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~Whether all these days are one day?~Aquin.: SMT 138 1, 73 | would seem that all these days are one day. For it is written ~( 139 1, 73 | Therefore the first and ~third days are but one day, and for 140 1, 73 | would not be the case if the days ~of these works were more 141 1, 73 | distinct from the other days, it follows that ~He did 142 1, 73 | opinion is that all the days that are called seven, are 143 1, 73 | there were seven distinct ~days, not one only. Now, these 144 1, 73 | wrought in some one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought 145 1, 73 | wrought in some ~one of these days, inasmuch as God wrought 146 1, 73 | terminated. So the distinction of days ~denotes the natural order 147 1, 73 | the others, however, the days signify a ~succession both 148 1, 73 | actually in the work of the six days; Augustine, that they were 149 1, 73 | that the works of the six days ~were simultaneous, is consistent 150 1, 73 | day is succeeded by other days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 151 1, 73 | was fitting that different days should be assigned to the ~ 152 1, 73 | Augustine, the order of days refers to the ~natural order 153 1, 73 | works attributed to the days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 154 1, 73 | express the work of the six days?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 155 1, 73 | express the works of the six days. For as light, the firmament, 156 1, 73 | approval of the second days' work, because this is concerned 157 1, 73 | the words of Jacob, "The days of my ~pilgrimage," where 158 1, 73 | completion of a week of seven days, the first day returns which 159 1, 89 | during the ~work of the six days, was produced, not actually, 160 1, 89 | during the work of the six days, when all things were made, 161 1, 89 | about the work of the ~six days (Q[74], A[2]), we may say 162 1, 89 | in the ~work of the six days by a certain generic similitude, 163 1, 89 | produced in the work of the six days.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 164 1, 90 | during the work of the six days, according to the causal 165 1, 90 | the other works of the six days. But in the other works 166 1, 90 | the works of ~the six days were done all at one time; 167 1, 101 | after the work of the six days. Therefore paradise ~was 168 1, 101 | after the work of the six days, the plants, both of ~paradise 169 1, 101 | after the work of the six days is to be ~understood, they 170 1, 104 | produced the works of the six days immediately ~among which 171 1, 112 | resisted me one and twenty days." But this prince of the ~ 172 1, 116 | Last of all, in these days ~(God) hath spoken to us 173 2, 2 | fill him with length of days, and I will show him my 174 2, 37 | Although during those ~days I was tormented with a violent 175 2, 69 | 21:13: "They spend their ~days in wealth." Therefore neither 176 2, 73 | or on the third or fourth days, than after a year, when 177 2, 100 | given in Ex. 20:11: "In six days the Lord made heaven and ~ 178 2, 102 | not fitting that ~certain days should be fixed for keeping 179 2, 102 | Pentecost" ~was celebrated fifty days later, to recall the blessing 180 2, 102 | which was kept for seven ~days, to commemorate the blessing 181 2, 102 | Holy Ghost, or of the seven days wherein all time ~is comprised. 182 2, 102 | God, to wit, after seven days. ~At the first purification 183 2, 103 | the accomplishment of the days of purification, until an ~ 184 2, 105 | struck, but after some days: for it would be uncertain 185 2, 106 | Jeremias 31:31,33: "Behold the days shall come, ~saith the Lord; 186 2, 106 | the Holy Ghost, not many days hence": which we ~read as 187 2, 15 | out of thy heart all the days of thy life."~Aquin.: SMT 188 2, 18 | Ecclus. 48:13): ~"In his days he feared not the prince."~ 189 2, 24 | Tim. 3:1,2): "In ~the last days shall come dangerous times, 190 2, 37 | 4:15): "This city since days gone ~by has rebelled against 191 2, 38 | lawful to fight on holy days?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 192 2, 38 | lawful to fight on holy days?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 193 2, 38 | unlawful to fight on holy days. For holy days are ~instituted 194 2, 38 | fight on holy days. For holy days are ~instituted that we 195 2, 38 | lawful to fight on holy days.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 196 2, 38 | unlawful to fight ~on holy days. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 197 2, 38 | The observance of holy days is no hindrance to those ~ 198 2, 38 | to their patients on holy days. Now there is much ~more 199 2, 38 | carry on a war on holy days, provided there be need 200 2, 45 | asses which were lost three days ago, be not solicitous, 201 2, 45 | wisdom, and ~in length of days prudence." Therefore prudence 202 2, 67 | oppressed. Thus it allows ten days for appeal ~to be made, 203 2, 81 | house of the Lord all the days of my life." Secondly, on 204 2, 84 | priest that shall be in those days, and say to him: I profess 205 2, 87 | they should take oath on days of solemnity, ~since they 206 2, 93 | because they take note of the days on ~which people are born. 207 2, 94 | auguries, of lucky and unlucky days which is allied to ~divination 208 2, 120 | comprised not only sacred days, but also ~sacred places 209 2, 120 | there were many ~sacred days other than the Sabbath. 210 2, 120 | who journeyed for forty days unto the mount of God, Horeb, 211 2, 120 | ark of the ~Lord for seven days, as related in Josue 7, 212 2, 120 | it is ~given: "For in six days the Lord made heaven and 213 2, 120 | that "on the Sabbath ~days the priests in the temple 214 2, 122 | although she ended her days in peace": and Gregory says ( 215 2, 134 | to Eccles. 5:16, "All the days of ~his life he eateth in 216 2, 140 | Dan. 10:2,3): "In those days Daniel ~mourned the days 217 2, 140 | days Daniel ~mourned the days of three weeks, I ate no 218 2, 145 | which are called Ember days, are unfittingly kept in 219 2, 145 | strive to pay God a tithe of days, for ~since a year is composed 220 2, 145 | three hundred and sixty-six days, by ~punishing ourselves 221 2, 145 | ourselves for thirty-six days" (namely, the fasting days 222 2, 145 | days" (namely, the fasting days during ~the six weeks of 223 2, 145 | 3~Each fast of the Ember days is composed of three days, 224 2, 145 | days is composed of three days, on account of the ~number 225 2, 145 | which are ~inconsistent with days of joy. For this reason 226 2, 145 | many take them on ~fasting days after eating. Therefore 227 2, 145 | Further, on certain fasting days people make use of eggs 228 2, 152 | not put her away all the days of his life": and this, 229 2, 162 | thou eat thereof all the ~days of thy life." Thirdly, by 230 2, 163 | shalt thou ~eat all the days of thy life' may be understood 231 2, 169 | of Jonas 3:4, "Yet forty days, ~and Nineveh shall be destroyed," 232 2, 172 | just as in the ~early days of the Assyrian kingdom 233 2, 180 | house of the Lord all the days of my ~life, that I may 234 2, 186 | shut themselves up for many days from the sight of men, and 235 2, 186 | that was collected? Why, in days long ~gone by, when famine 236 3, 1 | mercy" - i.e. "in the last days," as a gloss says. But ~ 237 3, 21 | it came to pass in those ~days, that He went out into a 238 3, 22 | stated (Heb. 5:7): "In the days of His flesh, ~with a strong 239 3, 22 | Melchisedech," adds, "Who in ~the days of His flesh offering up 240 3, 22 | namely during the three days He lay dead. ~Therefore 241 3, 22 | having neither ~beginning of days nor ending of life": which 242 3, 22 | having neither beginning of days nor ~ending of life," not 243 3, 22 | neither beginning nor end of days.~ 244 3, 31 | time is involved in ~seven days." Now seven times eleven 245 3, 33 | build the Temple, in so many days was our Lord's body perfected." ~ 246 3, 35 | When Jesus was born in the days of King Herod." ~Therefore 247 3, 35 | day." But in summer the days are longer than in winter. 248 3, 35 | the depth of winter, eight days before the Kalends ~of January, 249 3, 36 | great length in thirteen days, owing partly to the Divine ~ 250 3, 37 | Lk. 2:21): "After eight days were ~accomplished, that 251 3, 37 | Lk. 2:21): "After eight days were accomplished, that 252 3, 37 | namely, ~that "when the days of the mother's purification 253 3, 37 | she shall be unclean seven days"; ~and consequently she 254 3, 37 | the sanctuary until the ~days of her purification be fulfilled." 255 3, 37 | stated (Lk. ~2:22) that "the days of" Mary's "purification 256 3, 37 | says ~pointedly that the days of her purification "according 257 3, 40 | It came to pass in those ~days, that He went out into a 258 3, 40 | desert and fasting for "forty days and forty ~nights." Therefore 259 3, 41 | was in the desert ~forty days and forty nights, and was 260 3, 41 | eaten nothing for forty days and forty ~nights, for Gregory ( 261 3, 41 | fact that "He ~fasted forty days and forty nights," saying 262 3, 41 | was in the desert ~forty days and forty nights; and was 263 3, 41 | Now, He fasted ~forty days and forty nights. Therefore 264 3, 41 | When He had fasted forty ~days and forty nights, afterwards 265 3, 41 | was in the desert forty days and forty nights," and that 266 3, 41 | after He had fasted forty days and ~forty nights, afterwards 267 3, 41 | Lord was tempted forty days and forty nights. But this 268 3, 42 | that art grown old in ~evil days," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 269 3, 44 | and for seasons, and ~for days and years." Consequently 270 3, 46 | to rise again after three days, seems to have ~lost less 271 3, 46 | natural ~distinction of days, Matthew calls the first 272 3, 46 | Jews, which lasted seven ~days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 273 3, 46 | Jerusalem - whither He came five days ~before the Pasch; just 274 3, 46 | place of immolation five days before the Pasch, which ~ 275 3, 50 | was a man during the three days of His death?~(5) Whether 276 3, 50 | was a man during the three days of His death?~Aquin.: SMT 277 3, 50 | was a man during the three days of His ~death, because Augustine 278 3, 50 | Therefore, during those ~three days the Son of God was a man.~ 279 3, 50 | But during those three days of ~death Christ was a priest: 280 3, 50 | man during ~those three days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 281 3, 50 | Now during those ~three days of death Christ's body was 282 3, 50 | was a man during the three days of His death simply and 283 3, 50 | man" ~during those three days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 284 3, 50 | man during those ~three days, uttering words which are 285 3, 50 | Christ, during the three days that followed His death, 286 3, 50 | be a man during the three days of His death for quite ~ 287 3, 51 | the whale's ~belly three days and three nights: so shall 288 3, 51 | heart of the earth three days and three nights." But He 289 3, 51 | to be in the tomb for two days and a night, ~rather than 290 3, 51 | already two nights and two days. Now after the Sabbath ~ 291 3, 51 | reckoning of the ~three days and three nights will not 292 3, 51 | For as the primitive ~days were computed from light 293 3, 51 | s future fall, ~so these days are computed from the darkness 294 3, 52 | accordingly (Peter) adds: "In the days of Noe, when ~the Ark was 295 3, 52 | affirmed that during the three days of Christ's death the whole ~ 296 3, 52 | in prison: and after many days they shall be visited." 297 3, 53 | night: for, as the first days are computed ~from light 298 3, 53 | s coming fall, so these days are ~reckoned from darkness 299 3, 55 | heaven, but after forty days, as is narrated in Acts 300 3, 55 | several ~times on the other days before the Ascension.~Aquin.: 301 3, 55 | 20:26) that "after eight days" ~Christ appeared to the 302 3, 55 | His ~disciples "for forty days by many proofs, speaking 303 3, 57 | disciples (Lk. 17:22): "The days will ~come when you shall 304 3, 57 | have ascended after forty days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 305 3, 57 | Behold, I am with you all ~days, even to the consummation 306 3, 57 | by many proofs, for forty days ~appearing to them": upon 307 3, 57 | forty hours, during forty days He established the fact 308 3, 57 | alive again. Or the forty days may be understood as a figure 309 3, 59 | Dan. 7:9): "The Ancient of days sat"; and ~further on (Dan. 310 3, 59 | opened." ~But the Ancient of days is understood to be the 311 3, 59 | passage that "the Ancient of days sat," and when he subsequently ~ 312 3, 59 | came even to the Ancient of days, who gave Him ~power, and 313 3, 66 | immersion signifies the three days of Christ's burial, and 314 3, 66 | from the very earliest days of the Church some have 315 3, 66 | immersion. And the three days of His burial were not necessary 316 3, 66 | redemption: yet those three days ~were ordained unto the 317 3, 68 | Beatitude not to add any other days to this custom." Therefore 318 3, 70 | forth, they shall be seven days under the udder of their 319 3, 72 | consecrated by the bishop two days ~beforehand, that it may 320 3, 75 | Behold I am with you all ~days even to the consummation 321 3, 76 | celebrated ~during those three days when He was dead, the soul 322 3, 79 | strength of that food forty days and forty ~nights unto the 323 3, 81 | consecrated during the three days ~He lay dead?~Aquin.: SMT 324 3, 82 | and especially on those days on which the ~faithful usually 325 3, 83 | what ~took place in by-gone days; and so it does not cause 326 3, 83 | Para. 2/2~Likewise on other days upon which many of God's 327 3, 83 | 19:14), or, as on fasting days, at None, when crying out 328 3, 83 | dedication is observed for eight days, in order to signify the 329 3, 83 | to be kept up for eight ~days, you will find in the third 330 3, 83 | which are sung on festival days, on which the heavenly ~ 331 3, 83 | faith, and on other such days.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 332 3, 83 | accordingly the deacon on festival days "dismisses" the people at 333 3, 83 | he celebrates on festival days, in his first greeting ~ 334 3, 83 | priest do penance for forty days. But if a drop fall from 335 3, 83 | do ~penance during three days; if it falls upon the altar 336 3, 83 | altar cloth, let him do four days' penance; if ~it penetrates 337 3, 83 | the third, let him do nine days' penance; if to the ~fourth, 338 3, 83 | fourth, let him do twenty days' penance; and let the altar 339 3, 83 | Eucharist, let him do forty days' penance, if he be a layman; 340 3, 83 | and priests, do seventy days' penance; and let ~a bishop 341 3, 83 | let ~a bishop do ninety days'. But if they vomit from 342 3, 83 | them do ~penance for seven days." And in the same distinction, 343 3, 83 | consume it, must do forty days' ~penance: he who loses 344 3, 83 | found, ~shall do thirty days' penance." And the priest 345 3, 83 | to putrefy. And on those days ~the one doing penance ought 346 3, 86 | saying ~(Gn. 27:41): "The days will come of the mourning 347 Suppl, 8 | sin was due to last seven days, in other words, they had ~ 348 Suppl, 8 | to remain unclean seven days for one mortal sin. Since 349 Suppl, 8 | altar a punishment of forty days or a little more is enjoined, ~ 350 Suppl, 8 | This punishment of seven days did not expiate the ~punishment 351 Suppl, 14| committed, to fast for several days, and then, after falling 352 Suppl, 25| indulgence, now one of only forty days, ~according to the graciousness 353 Suppl, 25| a distance of a thousand days' journey: because the remission, 354 Suppl, 25| the indulgence of forty ~days to be gained in the church 355 Suppl, 25| granted an indulgence of ~ten days to all who prayed for the 356 Suppl, 54| on ~account of the seven days of which all time is comprised. 357 Suppl, 64| demand the debt on holy days?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 358 Suppl, 64| ask for ~the debt on holy days. For the remedy should be 359 Suppl, 64| not be demanded on ~feast days is because they are devoted 360 Suppl, 64| to prayer. Yet on those days ~certain hours are appointed 361 Suppl, 64| things. Therefore, on those days when ~one ought especially 362 Suppl, 64| more unbecoming on feast ~days than the celebration of 363 Suppl, 64| may be asked for on ~those days. Therefore also marriages 364 Suppl, 64| Communion, and from the three days before the Ascension until ~ 365 Suppl, 67| to put ~her away all the days of his life (Dt. 22:13-19). [* 366 Suppl, 69| house ~of the Lord all the days of my life," and (Job 7: 367 Suppl, 72| resisted me one-and-twenty days." But the angel ~who spoke 368 Suppl, 74| thousand two hundred sixty days." Again (Dan. ~12:11), a 369 Suppl, 74| certain fixed number of days is mentioned, which apparently ~ 370 Suppl, 74| thousand two hundred sixty days mentioned in the ~Apocalypse ( 371 Suppl, 74| almost an equal number of days as the aforesaid ~number. 372 Suppl, 74| number. Again the number of days appointed by Daniel does 373 Suppl, 74| divided the works of the six days into days, in ~order that 374 Suppl, 74| works of the six days into days, in ~order that the uncultured 375 Suppl, 83| written (Apoc. 9:6): "In those days men shall ~seek death, and 376 Suppl, 85| it is uncertain how many days this judgment will last." ~ 377 Suppl, 85| it is uncertain how ~many days this judgment will last" 378 Suppl, 85| marked; so that even the days of the ~apostles were called 379 Suppl, 85| apostles were called the last days (Acts 2:17) when Peter expounded 380 Suppl, 85| come to pass in the last days," etc., as ~referring to 381 Suppl, 87| placed and the Ancient of days sat." Now the thrones signify 382 Suppl, 87| place that the "Ancient of ~days sat." But the judicial power 383 Suppl, 87| even to the ~Ancient of days . . . And He gave Him power 384 Suppl, 88| in the works of ~the six days by way of a remote likeness, 385 Suppl, 88| written (Gn. 8:22): "All the ~days of the earth . . . cold 386 Suppl, 88| and for seasons, and for days and for years" (Gn. 1:14). 387 Suppl, 88| being said there: "All the days of the ~earth, seed time 388 Suppl, 88| will ~be no succession of days: wherefore the laws also 389 Suppl, 93| although she ended her days in peace, ~wherefore: Thine 390 Suppl, 93| Cecilia who survived for three days, and many martyrs who died 391 Suppl, 93| martyr's, since he ended his days in peace, although previously 392 Suppl, 95| written (Apoc. 9:6): "In those days men . . . ~shall desire


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