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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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receiving

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | own necessity, and not ~receiving it from another, but rather 2 1, 7 | potentiality to many forms; but on receiving ~a form, it is terminated 3 1, 10 | the diversity of things receiving duration from the ~influx 4 1, 12 | pure mirror, most clear, receiving, if it is right to say so, 5 1, 12 | the more it is capable of receiving abstract ~intelligible things. 6 1, 21 | consists in ~mutual giving and receiving, as in buying and selling, 7 1, 33 | to prevent several not receiving their being from another. 8 1, 42 | possesses the power of "receiving," signified by saying that 9 1, 43 | we read of certain ~ones receiving the gift of the spirit of 10 1, 50 | intellect. Hence such a way of receiving is not that of matter, but 11 1, 50 | finite ~from above," as receiving its being from above itself, 12 1, 54 | the agent and the subject receiving ~the action. The action 13 1, 66 | which it is common, and in receiving any one form it is in ~act 14 1, 67 | substantial forms, afterwards ~receiving those that are accidental, 15 1, 69 | body, water, was formed, receiving from the ~firmament a sort 16 1, 70 | is formed on this day, by receiving ~not its substantial form, 17 1, 42 | possesses the power of "receiving," signified by saying that 18 1, 43 | we read of certain ~ones receiving the gift of the spirit of 19 1, 51 | intellect. Hence such a way of receiving is not that of matter, but 20 1, 51 | finite ~from above," as receiving its being from above itself, 21 1, 55 | the agent and the subject receiving ~the action. The action 22 1, 67 | which it is common, and in receiving any one form it is in ~act 23 1, 68 | substantial forms, afterwards ~receiving those that are accidental, 24 1, 70 | body, water, was formed, receiving from the ~firmament a sort 25 1, 71 | is formed on this day, by receiving ~not its substantial form, 26 1, 78 | different aptitude for receiving various habits, concerning 27 1, 83 | sensible things without receiving matter, such ~as the color 28 1, 83 | the color of gold without receiving gold. So also the intellect, ~ 29 1, 83 | had an inborn aptitude for receiving ~intelligible species through 30 1, 83 | sense, to the effect of receiving the ~intelligible species 31 1, 85 | things, not thus, ~but by receiving its knowledge from the senses; 32 1, 99 | on man immediately on his receiving ~a rational soul. In the 33 1, 103 | some contrary agent from receiving the influx of existence ~ 34 1, 107 | secondly, in regard to receiving Divine gifts. Thus it ~signifies 35 1, 109 | matter obeys the angels in receiving its form.~Aquin.: SMT FP 36 1, 112 | with his baptism; such as receiving the Eucharist, and ~the 37 1, 114 | cloud hinders the air from receiving ~light. A proof of this 38 1, 117 | man understands through receiving from the senses, and turning 39 1, 118 | of human nature, as not ~receiving in truth the form of human 40 2, 22 | by being colored, but by receiving an intention of ~color. 41 2, 27 | which we ~have no hope of receiving. Nevertheless hope itself 42 2, 29 | keenly as in the ~moment of receiving it. Hence the heat of a 43 2, 33 | enabled to receive more. But ~receiving pertains to desire, which 44 2, 60 | various ~relations of the receiving matter, as explained above.~ 45 2, 69 | comforted" in this life, ~by receiving the Holy Ghost, Who is called 46 2, 100 | that men were hindered from receiving the apparent benefit which ~ 47 2, 102 | spirits, and to prevent their receiving ~worship from those who 48 2, 103 | committed mortal sin after receiving the Holy Ghost: ~since by 49 2, 103 | mortal sin hinders us ~from receiving Christ's fruit. Therefore 50 2, 105 | right to any profit, by receiving ~indemnity for the animal, 51 2, 106 | Hence if a man sin after receiving the ~grace of the New Testament, 52 2, 110 | And it is in respect of receiving ~this nature that we are 53 2, 112 | whereby anyone is prepared for receiving ~the gift of grace is an 54 2, 1 | is likened to matter in ~receiving the influx of God's action. 55 2, 2 | some were saved without receiving any revelation, they were 56 2, 15 | is presupposed before the receiving of the Law. ~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 23 | still remains capable of receiving a ~further increase.~Aquin.: 58 2, 25 | our neighbor is loved ~as receiving together with us a share 59 2, 25 | takes a passive part in receiving good, so that to love surpasses ~ 60 2, 30 | cases of illegal ~giving and receiving.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 61 2, 41 | 2: Further, Peter, after receiving the Holy Ghost, was in the 62 2, 50 | Counsel is in God, not as receiving but as giving it: and ~the 63 2, 53 | in unlawfully taking or receiving ~external things, for it 64 2, 60 | he to be indemnified by receiving ~the thing actually, he 65 2, 60 | acted against the law in receiving, he must not retain the ~ 66 2, 60 | consent, by flattery, by receiving, by ~participation, by silence, 67 2, 60 | Thirdly, in the case of ~receiving; when, to wit, a man is 68 2, 66 | eternal life, and from receiving the sacraments of the Church. 69 2, 76 | there would be ~no sin in receiving something of the kind, not 70 2, 81 | rational creature. ~Asking and receiving apparently belong to the 71 2, 81 | to the same subject. But receiving ~is becoming also to uncreated 72 2, 81 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Receiving belongs to the Divine Persons 73 2, 83 | stench of corpses, ~but in receiving divine honors."~Aquin.: 74 2, 85 | given him by the Lord of receiving his livelihood from those 75 2, 85 | to be paid, the right of receiving being reserved to ~the ministers 76 2, 85 | giving cannot be the cause of receiving, as ~neither can the cause 77 2, 86 | which is pronounced in ~receiving holy orders or in professing 78 2, 86 | to the divine ministry by receiving holy orders, or embraces 79 2, 98 | 5~The spiritual right of receiving tithes is not granted to 80 2, 98 | does he contract it, by ~receiving "oral remuneration" or an " 81 2, 98 | communicate with him, by receiving ~Orders from him for any 82 2, 105 | sin. But the ungrateful in receiving a favor is given an occasion 83 2, 106 | a man is hindered from ~receiving sacred orders.~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 115 | to receive and keep. But receiving and keeping do not seem 85 2, 115 | Reply OBJ 3: Giving and receiving are related to one another 86 2, 116 | covetousness ~to exceed in receiving, and in this respect covetousness 87 2, 116 | covetous, ~through an excess in receiving, and this in two ways. In 88 2, 117 | thing is giving, to which receiving and retaining are ~subordinate, 89 2, 117 | giving, without exceeding in ~receiving, as the Philosopher observes ( 90 2, 117 | the same time exceeds in receiving. This may be due ~either 91 2, 117 | to liberality more than receiving or ~retaining, wherein the 92 2, 125 | hindered by the ~fear of receiving harm from that source. Hence 93 2, 145 | which is requisite for receiving the Eucharist. This is ~ 94 2, 152 | order to prevent him from receiving Holy Communion. Hence it 95 2, 169 | passion to denote any kind of receiving, in which sense the Philosopher ~ 96 2, 170 | whereas it is hindered from receiving them ~while occupied with 97 2, 170 | are best as regards ~the receiving of this or that gift. Accordingly 98 2, 170 | since believers, ~after receiving the Spirit, prophesied." 99 2, 179 | another, which refers to the "receiving of knowledge," according 100 2, 180 | not of meriting ~but of receiving the reward of our merits. 101 2, 182 | distinction of offices. Hence by receiving a certain order a ~man receives 102 2, 182 | in the Western Church the receiving of a sacred order includes 103 2, 182 | they are consecrated by ~receiving orders before having a cure.~ 104 2, 183 | Blessed Mark* that after receiving the faith he cut off his 105 2, 185 | occasions of sin. Now the receiving of alms offers an occasion 106 2, 185 | Christ's sake he rejoiced in receiving ~alms even from his own 107 2, 186 | for instance ~almsgiving, receiving guests, and the like, which 108 2, 187 | after Pentecost and the receiving of the Holy Ghost the ~Church 109 2, 187 | OBJ 1: The legal age for receiving the tonsure and taking the ~ 110 3, 3 | disciple is instructed by receiving the word of his master. 111 3, 8 | is a particular member, receiving ~an influx from the heart. 112 3, 9 | as regards the ~subject receiving and as regards the active 113 3, 11 | it has from the subject receiving it. Now with ~regard to 114 3, 11 | Christ befitted the subject receiving it. For ~the received is 115 3, 12 | wisdom and grace, as if receiving additional ~sensations, 116 3, 27 | womb not for the purpose of receiving human ~nature, but for a 117 3, 30 | except for the purpose of receiving the Virgin's ~consent. But 118 3, 30 | Mary is more blessed in receiving the faith of Christ, ~than 119 3, 30 | visibly. For since she was receiving from the angel a message 120 3, 31 | Wherefore ~the Jewish people, receiving Him with kingly honor, said ( 121 3, 34 | making progress, but by receiving it from the very first. 122 3, 34 | hinders a ~creature from receiving from God a gift of grace 123 3, 37 | the Jews an excuse for not receiving Him, if ~He were uncircumcised. 124 3, 37 | forth a male child without receiving the seed of man. Therefore 125 3, 37 | was with child "without receiving ~seed." It is therefore 126 3, 40 | possessing riches, but also by receiving the ~necessaries of life 127 3, 62 | manner united to us by our receiving ~the sacraments. It was 128 3, 63 | God ~consists either in receiving Divine gifts, or in bestowing 129 3, 64 | consequently is hindered from receiving the ~effect of the sacrament. 130 3, 65 | in two ways. First, ~by receiving power to rule the community 131 3, 65 | sacramental effect, which is ~the receiving of grace. They are, however, 132 3, 66 | sacrament. But the obligation of receiving this sacrament was proclaimed ~ 133 3, 67 | with her therein, either by receiving Baptism from her, or by ~ 134 3, 68 | Christ's other members by receiving ~the character.~Aquin.: 135 3, 68 | forestalled by death before receiving Baptism. And ~such a man 136 3, 68 | Whether the intention of receiving the sacrament of Baptism 137 3, 68 | seems that the intention of receiving the sacrament of Baptism ~ 138 3, 68 | seems that the intention of receiving Baptism is not required 139 3, 68 | having had the intention of ~receiving Baptism: else, since his 140 3, 68 | express their intention of receiving the sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 141 3, 68 | of which is precisely the receiving of the sacrament. Therefore ~ 142 3, 68 | the will ~or intention of receiving the sacrament.~Aquin.: SMT 143 3, 68 | adult lack the intention of receiving the sacrament, ~he must 144 3, 68 | Further, the intention of receiving the sacrament is required 145 3, 68 | having the intention of receiving that sacrament. Yet even 146 3, 68 | it is enough, for the ~receiving of the sacrament, that he 147 3, 68 | a general intention of ~receiving Baptism, according as Christ 148 3, 69 | participating in it, either by receiving ~Baptism, or by submitting 149 3, 71 | which man is capable of ~receiving instruction.~Aquin.: SMT 150 3, 71 | with spittle, ~signify the receiving of doctrine, as to the ears; 151 3, 71 | far as he hinders man from receiving the sacrament, his power 152 3, 71 | impediments against his ~receiving the remission of sin through 153 3, 71 | disposition that suffices for receiving the baptismal ~grace is 154 3, 71 | how to comport ~himself in receiving the sacraments: this belongs 155 3, 72 | testifying to his faith ~by receiving the other sacraments; so 156 3, 72 | be confirmed ~again after receiving Baptism. The reason of this 157 3, 72 | Christ ~publicly, without receiving the sacrament of Confirmation: 158 3, 72 | can ~have this even before receiving Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT TP 159 3, 72 | thus too the apostles after receiving ~the Holy Ghost showed themselves 160 3, 73 | is said on account of our receiving the Eucharist. ~Consequently 161 3, 73 | 68], ~A[2]), that before receiving a sacrament, the reality 162 3, 73 | through the very desire of receiving the sacrament. ~Accordingly, 163 3, 73 | salvation through the desire of receiving it, just as he can before ~ 164 3, 73 | preparation is made ~for receiving or consecrating the Eucharist. 165 3, 73 | spiritual life, while the ~receiving of the Eucharist is requisite 166 3, 73 | and ~consequently before receiving Baptism, in no way have 167 3, 73 | of the sacrament without receiving the sacrament itself. Therefore 168 3, 73 | mental desire, even ~without receiving this sacrament. And consequently 169 3, 73 | although after Baptism in the receiving, is ~yet previous to it 170 3, 75 | apostles were prevented from receiving the Holy Ghost ~because 171 3, 75 | prepared ~successively for receiving the form; thus water is 172 3, 75 | ultimate disposition for ~receiving the form, it receives it 173 3, 79 | anyone possess grace before receiving this sacrament except from ~ 174 3, 79 | from the altar . . . and by receiving" . . . die . . . Eat, then, ~ 175 3, 79 | found in him an obstacle to ~receiving the fruit of this sacrament. 176 3, 79 | within him an obstacle to receiving the effect of this ~sacrament; 177 3, 79 | sins ~do not forbid the receiving of this sacrament: because 178 3, 79 | charity, just as ~after receiving this sacrament.~Aquin.: 179 3, 79 | of sin without doing or receiving anything himself, through ~ 180 3, 79 | himself, through ~another receiving or offering this sacrament.~ 181 3, 79 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Receiving is of the very nature of 182 3, 80 | Para. 1/2 - OF THE USE OR RECEIVING OF THIS SACRAMENT IN GENERAL ( 183 3, 80 | now to consider the use or receiving of this sacrament, first 184 3, 80 | pollution prevents man from receiving this ~sacrament?~(8) Whether 185 3, 80 | no ~two distinct ways of receiving Baptism, namely, sacramentally 186 3, 80 | to be considered in the receiving of ~this sacrament, namely, 187 3, 80 | The perfect way, then, of receiving ~this sacrament is when 188 3, 80 | a man is ~hindered from receiving the effect of this sacrament; 189 3, 80 | this sacrament; and such receiving ~of this sacrament is an 190 3, 80 | use of the matter, the receiving of the sacrament is the 191 3, 80 | of ~all, from desire of receiving the sacrament itself, and 192 3, 80 | avail, because the ~actual receiving of the sacrament produces 193 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The receiving of Christ under this sacrament 194 3, 80 | from the altar, and by receiving die: whence the Apostle 195 3, 80 | But only sinners die by receiving. ~Therefore sinners eat 196 3, 80 | Whether the sinner sins in receiving Christ's body sacramentally?~ 197 3, 80 | the sinner does not sin in receiving Christ's body ~sacramentally, 198 3, 80 | rather ~obtain salvation, by receiving the body of Christ.~Aquin.: 199 3, 80 | Therefore no sinner sins by receiving this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 200 3, 80 | Consequently, if the sinner sins by receiving the ~sacrament, it seems 201 3, 80 | does not seem to sin by receiving the body of ~Christ, for 202 3, 80 | things, as sinners do in receiving this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 203 3, 80 | need there is to beware of ~receiving a good thing evilly . . . 204 3, 80 | case he does not sin in receiving the body of Christ, because 205 3, 80 | he sins ~more deeply by receiving it with sin, which is spiritual 206 3, 80 | The sin of the fornicator receiving Christ's body is ~likened 207 3, 80 | makes one more unfit for ~receiving this sacrament, because 208 3, 80 | to be ~utterly unfit for receiving this sacrament; because 209 3, 80 | consciousness of sin, by receiving it unworthily despises ~ 210 3, 80 | sacrament, whereas the sinner receiving Christ's body ~unworthily 211 3, 80 | hence he is more capable of receiving this sacrament than any ~ 212 3, 80 | for him to sin mortally by receiving the body ~of Christ. Consequently, 213 3, 80 | sleep hinders anyone from ~receiving this sacrament?~Aquin.: 214 3, 80 | does not hinder anyone from receiving ~the body of Christ: because 215 3, 80 | no one is prevented from receiving the body ~of Christ except 216 3, 80 | do not ~prevent one from receiving this sacrament.~Aquin.: 217 3, 80 | not to be ~forbidden from receiving it, since they have passed 218 3, 80 | sin, is no hindrance to receiving the body of Christ. ~Consequently, 219 3, 80 | the New Law do not prevent receiving this sacrament: as, for ~ 220 3, 80 | flesh hinder a man from receiving this sacrament.~Aquin.: 221 3, 80 | venial sin is no hindrance to receiving the sacrament, ~nor is mortal 222 3, 80 | not to be prevented from receiving this sacrament.~Aquin.: 223 3, 80 | that account debarred from ~receiving this sacrament. Therefore 224 3, 80 | necessarily prevent a ~man from receiving this sacrament; the other, 225 3, 80 | necessarily prevent ~the receiving of this sacrament, so as 226 3, 80 | who wish to keep men from receiving this sacrament. So we read 227 3, 80 | of ~necessity hinders the receiving of this sacrament.~Aquin.: 228 3, 80 | only by mortal sin, from ~receiving this sacrament: but from 229 3, 80 | debt), does not prevent the receiving of this sacrament for any ~ 230 3, 80 | standing, do not hinder the receiving of this saving sacrament, 231 3, 80 | fittingness they hinder the receiving of this sacrament during ~ 232 3, 80 | its cause it ~hinders the receiving of this sacrament.~Aquin.: 233 3, 80 | taken beforehand hinders the receiving of this ~sacrament?~Aquin.: 234 3, 80 | beforehand does not hinder the ~receiving of this sacrament. For this 235 3, 80 | take this sacrament after ~receiving other food.~Aquin.: SMT 236 3, 80 | required for reverently receiving this sacrament. Consequently, 237 3, 80 | by the above things from receiving this sacrament.~Aquin.: 238 3, 80 | to this sacrament after ~receiving it, than before. But one 239 3, 80 | take food and drink after ~receiving the sacrament. Therefore 240 3, 80 | Therefore one may do so before receiving it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] 241 3, 80 | A thing may prevent the receiving of this sacrament in ~two 242 3, 80 | taking this sacrament after receiving food or drink, for three 243 3, 80 | custom observed by some of receiving the body of Christ on that 244 3, 80 | accidentally, do not ~hinder receiving this sacrament, because 245 3, 80 | disturbed, one becomes unfit for receiving this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 246 3, 80 | called for at the moment of ~receiving this sacrament, because 247 3, 80 | men should fast before receiving the sacrament rather than 248 3, 80 | be some interval between receiving this ~sacrament and taking 249 3, 80 | reverence to refrain from ~receiving this sacrament; hence the 250 3, 80 | he ought to refrain from ~receiving for a time." Consequently, 251 3, 80 | conformed to Christ's ~death, by receiving His character within him. 252 3, 80 | because ~the desire of receiving arises from love, while 253 3, 80 | this sacrament; both as to receiving it daily, and as to ~refraining 254 3, 80 | there are two ways of receiving ~this sacrament namely, 255 3, 80 | the desire or yearning for receiving this ~sacrament, as was 256 3, 80 | in being kept back from receiving ~this sacrament, so that 257 3, 80 | one ought to refrain ~from receiving the body rather than the 258 3, 80 | could especially happen in receiving the blood, for, if ~incautiously 259 3, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the receiving of this sacrament is twofold, 260 3, 81 | increased in Christ through His receiving this sacrament, yet He had ~ 261 3, 81 | how we ~should beware of receiving a good thing in an evil 262 3, 82 | 9) Whether communicants receiving at their hands are guilty 263 3, 82 | one. But as the power of receiving this sacrament is ~conceded 264 3, 82 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The receiving of this sacrament is not 265 3, 82 | of such necessity as ~the receiving of Baptism, as is evident 266 3, 82 | may lawfully refrain from receiving it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] 267 3, 82 | ought not to ~refrain from receiving Communion at their hands, 268 3, 83 | they are not capable of receiving grace or spiritual virtue. 269 3, 83 | because they are capable of receiving grace, but because ~they 270 3, 83 | Then follows the act of receiving the sacrament. First of 271 3, 83 | the sacrament, the priest receiving first, ~and afterwards giving 272 3, 83 | to dispose the people for receiving it, ~as stated above.~Aquin.: 273 3, 83 | the first is ~for those receiving it for the first time, that 274 3, 83 | blood, as drink. But in receiving Christ's body no ~other 275 3, 83 | to rinse the mouth after receiving ~this sacrament, lest any 276 3, 83 | his mouth with wine after ~receiving the entire sacrament of 277 3, 83 | some other ~infirmity from receiving the sacrament and completing 278 3, 83 | if he detect it ~before receiving the body, then rejecting 279 3, 83 | But if he notice it after receiving the body, he ought to procure ~ 280 3, 83 | weight than the precept of receiving the sacrament while ~fasting, 281 3, 84 | the Church, in the hope of receiving forgiveness through the 282 3, 84 | to punishment; and ~after receiving this reward there is no 283 3, 88 | according as one sins ~after receiving a greater favor. Now innocence 284 3, 89 | they have received, or from receiving further orders, except ~ 285 3, 89 | as man is hindered from receiving his ~reward.~Aquin.: SMT 286 Suppl, 5 | but sin is an obstacle to receiving the ~Eucharist. But the 287 Suppl, 6 | both for confession and for receiving the ~Eucharist is determined 288 Suppl, 6 | confession and that about receiving Extreme ~Unction (James 289 Suppl, 8 | perfected, in order ~that by receiving the sacrament, the penitent 290 Suppl, 8 | fulfill the commandment about receiving ~the sacrament of Penance.~ 291 Suppl, 8 | recipient, but only in his receiving something, as is evident 292 Suppl, 9 | understood as referring to the ~receiving of the fruit of confession, 293 Suppl, 14| does not incur the guilt of receiving unworthily.~Aquin.: SMT 294 Suppl, 17| and ~also the very act of receiving (that man's confession); 295 Suppl, 18| Consequently if ~a man, before receiving absolution, were not perfectly 296 Suppl, 18| necessary to have a desire of receiving the effect of the keys in 297 Suppl, 18| necessary to have a desire ~of receiving the other sacraments which 298 Suppl, 18| the Passion of Christ, by ~receiving into himself entirely the 299 Suppl, 18| than if he had died before receiving ~absolution.~Aquin.: SMT 300 Suppl, 19| woman is not capable of receiving the priesthood, ~since she 301 Suppl, 19| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, by receiving the power of the keys, a 302 Suppl, 19| appointed to that purpose by ~receiving orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 303 Suppl, 20| power which results from receiving ~orders, wherefore these 304 Suppl, 23| no man is debarred from receiving the Eucharist on ~account 305 Suppl, 23| allowed, is ~debarred from receiving the Eucharist, since he 306 Suppl, 27| yet he is less capable of receiving it.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[27] 307 Suppl, 30| obtained without actually receiving that sacrament (either without 308 Suppl, 30| obtained without the purpose of receiving that sacrament. ~And so, 309 Suppl, 34| 4) ~the impediments to receiving Orders; (5) things connected 310 Suppl, 34| sign. Wherefore, since by receiving orders a consecration is 311 Suppl, 35| it does not mean that by receiving Orders a man has ~his ignorance 312 Suppl, 35| Orders should be capable of receiving them, and this ~is competent 313 Suppl, 35| subsequent Order, without receiving a preceding Order, he is 314 Suppl, 35| who are ordained without receiving a preceding Order are not ~ 315 Suppl, 37| bread, because they are receiving the power to consecrate 316 Suppl, 37| clean are already apt for receiving the sacraments. Now the 317 Suppl, 37| to have various modes of receiving ~Divine things, and hence 318 Suppl, 37| they have only one mode ~of receiving Divine things, which results 319 Suppl, 37| immediately in Baptism, by ~receiving the character which causes 320 Suppl, 37| rendered apt at once for receiving the ~sacraments. This latter 321 Suppl, 37| OBJ 9: Some say that in receiving the Order the doorkeeper 322 Suppl, 37| secondary act alone, by ~his receiving the book of the Gospels, 323 Suppl, 39| sex is an impediment to receiving this sacrament?~(2) Whether 324 Suppl, 39| sex is an impediment to receiving Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 325 Suppl, 39| sex is no impediment to receiving ~Orders. For the office 326 Suppl, 39| is required previous to receiving Orders, albeit not ~for 327 Suppl, 39| Neither therefore is the ~receiving of Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 328 Suppl, 39| male sex ~is required for receiving Orders not only in the second, 329 Suppl, 39| slavery is an impediment to receiving Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 330 Suppl, 39| is not an impediment to ~receiving Orders. For corporal subjection 331 Suppl, 39| he is not hindered from receiving the spiritual authority 332 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~I answer that, By receiving Orders a man pledges himself 333 Suppl, 39| should be debarred from receiving Orders on account of ~homicide?~ 334 Suppl, 39| not to be debarred from receiving ~Orders on account of homicide. 335 Suppl, 39| Testament be debarred from receiving Orders on account of the 336 Suppl, 39| hindered on that account from receiving ~Orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP 337 Suppl, 39| should be debarred from receiving ~Orders?~Aquin.: SMT XP 338 Suppl, 39| should not ~be debarred from receiving Orders. For the son should 339 Suppl, 39| were an ~impediment to his receiving Orders. Therefore, etc.~ 340 Suppl, 39| always debar a man from ~receiving Orders. Therefore neither 341 Suppl, 39| union are debarred from receiving orders, unless ~they receive 342 Suppl, 39| not to be debarred from receiving ~Orders on account of a 343 Suppl, 39| man is disqualified from receiving Orders, either on account 344 Suppl, 39| members is ~debarred from receiving Orders, if the defect be 345 Suppl, 40| an Order?~(3) Whether by receiving the tonsure one renounces 346 Suppl, 40| is imprinted likewise ~in receiving the tonsure. Therefore the 347 Suppl, 40| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether by receiving the tonsure a man renounces 348 Suppl, 40| renounce temporal goods by receiving the ~tonsure, for when they 349 Suppl, 40| answer that, Clerics by receiving the tonsure, do not renounce 350 Suppl, 41| a man does not merit by receiving ~a favor. Therefore the 351 Suppl, 45| with the intention, not of receiving the sacrament, but of acting 352 Suppl, 51| baptism hinder a ~man from receiving the character, provided 353 Suppl, 52| By entering religion or receiving orders a man is bound to ~ 354 Suppl, 53| have taken a wife after receiving the ~subdiaconate or the 355 Suppl, 53| become a bondsman of God by receiving orders.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 356 Suppl, 53| not an impediment to the receiving of sacred ~orders, since 357 Suppl, 53| consenting to her husband's receiving a sacred order, binds herself 358 Suppl, 54| one who is baptized from receiving ~the baptismal character, 359 Suppl, 54| character, if he be capable of receiving it according to ~the Divine 360 Suppl, 56| relationship does not result from receiving orders. ~Therefore it does 361 Suppl, 56| which man is first ~born by receiving Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT XP 362 Suppl, 63| is not an impediment to receiving another. ~But a second marriage 363 Suppl, 63| marriage is an impediment to receiving orders. Therefore it ~is 364 Suppl, 66| had several wives before receiving Baptism, or ~one before 365 Suppl, 69| is an obstacle to the ~receiving of the reward; the result 366 Suppl, 69| they now detained from ~receiving the glory of the body. Therefore 367 Suppl, 69| body is in the state ~of receiving good or evil for its merits; 368 Suppl, 69| either in the state of receiving its final reward, or in 369 Suppl, 69| of ~being hindered from receiving it. If it is in the state 370 Suppl, 69| If it is in the state of receiving its ~final retribution, 371 Suppl, 69| where it is hindered ~from receiving its final reward, this is 372 Suppl, 69| souls are detained from ~receiving their reward at once on 373 Suppl, 70| chained to the fire, as receiving punishment therefrom, and 374 Suppl, 71| OBJ 1: This reaping is the receiving of eternal life, as stated 375 Suppl, 71| their being delayed from ~receiving their final award, because 376 Suppl, 72| a ~certain unfitness for receiving the perfection of glory.~ 377 Suppl, 72| from spiritual death after receiving ~the sentence of his damnation. 378 Suppl, 72| they ~are not born again by receiving grace, will nevertheless 379 Suppl, 79| prevent ~it from sometimes receiving a disposition contrary to 380 Suppl, 79| actual sensations, not by receiving species from ~sensibles, 381 Suppl, 79| by emitting and not by ~receiving species, sense in them would 382 Suppl, 79| senses will be actualized by receiving species, not ~indeed from 383 Suppl, 79| unless it be assisted by receiving from the principle of life ~ 384 Suppl, 79| seeing results from the pupil receiving the species of ~the thing 385 Suppl, 84| that a man ~sinned after receiving grace. In like manner those 386 Suppl, 85| complement, by each one receiving ~finally his own personal 387 Suppl, 88| creature to the effect of its receiving this ~same renewal by the 388 Suppl, 88| will not be ~renewed by receiving an increase of brightness.~ 389 Suppl, 88| elements will not be renewed by receiving ~some kind of brightness. 390 Suppl, 88| himself is incapable of receiving. Hence, ~granted even that 391 Suppl, 96| sacramentally, and who sometimes by receiving unworthily "eat and drink ~


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