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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | as He is in all things giving them ~being, power and operation; 2 1, 8 | He is in every place as giving it ~existence and locative 3 1, 9 | them otherwise than by ever giving them existence; ~hence if 4 1, 13 | Hebrew; and this is like giving a name to ~the sun as signifying 5 1, 14 | form perfects the matter by giving it ~existence, it is in 6 1, 18 | either generating them and giving them form, ~or removing 7 1, 20 | Him the greater good in giving Him "a name that is above ~ 8 1, 21 | one consists in ~mutual giving and receiving, as in buying 9 1, 21 | concerned with works of giving ~and expending; such as 10 1, 23 | reason of predestination; giving us to understand that God 11 1, 25 | for instance, the power of giving ~warmth is related as to 12 1, 29 | the specific difference giving its form to each thing," 13 1, 29 | names also, which, while giving them to ~creatures, we attribute 14 1, 36 | our modern expression of ~"giving up the ghost." As applied 15 1, 38 | properly an unreturnable giving, as Aristotle says (Topic. 16 1, 38 | does not import the actual giving, it cannot be called a gift 17 1, 38 | man, but the Gift of God giving. When, however, it has been 18 1, 39 | be avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: 19 1, 42 | Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, the Father is greater; 20 1, 42 | explained ~in the same sense, as giving Him from eternity knowledge 21 1, 42 | Father possessing power as ~"giving" signified when we say that 22 1, 43 | principle, as "mission" and "giving." For a thing is sent that 23 1, 43 | 2/2~Hence "mission" and "giving" have only a temporal significance 24 1, 43 | whereas ~"procession" and "giving," in God, have both an eternal 25 1, 43 | only be possessed by His giving ~Himself. Therefore it can 26 1, 43 | OBJ 1: In the sense of "giving" as a free bestowal of something, ~ 27 1, 43 | are to be applied to that giving accompanied ~with a visible 28 1, 45 | their proper end, ~and the giving of life - for life consists 29 1, 46 | He must be considered as giving time to His effect as ~much 30 1, 70 | ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving them the ~order and beauty 31 1, 73 | say that God rested in ~giving rest to us. Still, this 32 1, 74 | receives ~its form. But as the giving form to a work of art is 33 1, 74 | intelligible word, so the giving form to every creature is 34 1, 38 | properly an unreturnable ~giving, as Aristotle says (Topic. 35 1, 38 | does not import the actual giving, it cannot be called a gift 36 1, 38 | man, but the Gift of God giving. When, however, it has been 37 1, 39 | be avoided, for fear of giving ~occasion to error.~Aquin.: 38 1, 42 | Trin. ix): "By the fact of giving, the Father is greater; 39 1, 42 | explained ~in the same sense, as giving Him from eternity knowledge 40 1, 42 | Father possessing power as ~"giving" signified when we say that 41 1, 43 | principle, as "mission" and "giving." For a thing is sent that 42 1, 43 | 2/2~Hence "mission" and "giving" have only a temporal significance 43 1, 43 | whereas ~"procession" and "giving," in God, have both an eternal 44 1, 43 | only be possessed by His giving ~Himself. Therefore it can 45 1, 43 | OBJ 1: In the sense of "giving" as a free bestowal of something, ~ 46 1, 43 | are to be applied to that giving accompanied ~with a visible 47 1, 46 | their proper end, ~and the giving of life - for life consists 48 1, 47 | He must be considered as giving time to His effect as ~much 49 1, 71 | ad lit. ii, 11), or by giving them the ~order and beauty 50 1, 72 | say that God rested in ~giving rest to us. Still, this 51 1, 73 | receives ~its form. But as the giving form to a work of art is 52 1, 73 | intelligible word, so the giving form to every creature is 53 1, 80 | presented himself as one giving information and proposing 54 1, 90 | instance, raising the dead, or giving sight to ~the blind: and 55 1, 92 | him to His own image by giving him an ~intellectual soul, 56 1, 93 | soul"; that is, a soul ~giving life to the body - namely 57 1, 96 | other souls - that is, as giving life to ~the body; whence 58 1, 96 | soul"; that is, a soul giving life to the body. But the 59 1, 97 | menses. And just as in ~giving birth the mother was then 60 1, 102 | produce things without ~giving them their perfection. Now 61 1, 103 | Some have held that God, in giving existence to ~creatures, 62 1, 104 | if it is moved by another giving to it the ~proper natural 63 1, 104 | operation of the thing ~made, as giving it the form whereby it operates. 64 1, 104 | cause of action not only by ~giving the form which is the principle 65 1, 104 | raising of the dead, ~and giving sight to the blind, and 66 1, 105 | not enlighten another by giving him the light ~of nature, 67 1, 106 | one way for the purpose of giving one thing to ~another, as 68 1, 107 | expressed a certain strength, giving ~efficacy to the inferior 69 2, 2 | ii), "wealth shines in ~giving rather than in hoarding: 70 2, 12 | mixing of a medicine and the giving of health.~Aquin.: SMT FS 71 2, 14 | that the act of the reason giving direction as to the means, 72 2, 18 | form, as it were, through giving it its species.~Aquin.: 73 2, 18 | ordained accidentally to the giving of alms. Now the ~differences 74 2, 18 | be some ultimate form, ~giving a specific difference, after 75 2, 19 | a divine precept, or as giving scandal, or for some such 76 2, 20 | connected ~with them: thus the giving of alms, if the required 77 2, 20 | relation to the end: thus the giving of alms for vainglory ~is 78 2, 32 | greatness, ~through their giving pleasure to others. Thirdly, 79 2, 32 | liberal man takes pleasure in giving to others. The ~third principle 80 2, 44 | means one who is apt for giving good counsel: ~and in this 81 2, 44 | hinders the faculty of giving good counsel.~Aquin.: SMT 82 2, 45 | account of a mere thought giving rise to hope and banishing 83 2, 46 | an evil is worse through giving pain: because ~"injustice 84 2, 52 | subject; for instance, a term giving the subject its ~specific 85 2, 55 | species, and here we are giving the definition of virtue 86 2, 61 | justice consists ~in the soul giving a whole-hearted consent 87 2, 63 | alone. Hence Augustine in giving ~the definition of the latter 88 2, 66 | according to the measure of the giving ~of Christ," as stated in 89 2, 66 | according to the measure of the giving of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 66 | a man is not liberal in giving, unless he gives of his 91 2, 68 | gift is "an unreturnable giving," according to the ~Philosopher ( 92 2, 72 | Isidore (De Summo Bono), in giving the division of ~sins, says 93 2, 74 | eternal law, man persists in ~giving the same consent, such consent 94 2, 74 | or it may sin mortally in giving a deliberate consent; but ~ 95 2, 91 | what is true and right; "giving wisdom to little ones," 96 2, 92 | above ~(Q[55], A[4]) in giving the definition of virtue. 97 2, 92 | too the Apostle, after giving a certain counsel (1 Cor. 98 2, 96 | law, provided ~he avoid giving scandal or inflicting a 99 2, 98 | enlarge my heart," i.e. by giving me grace ~and charity.~Aquin.: 100 2, 98 | 1], ad 2). Therefore the giving of such a law does not pertain ~ 101 2, 98 | above (A[1]). Therefore the giving of such a law did not appertain 102 2, 98 | God did not fail man by giving him insufficient aids to ~ 103 2, 98 | and the testament, and the giving ~of the Law . . . whose 104 2, 100 | master consists in ~his not giving sovereign honor to another: 105 2, 101 | did not prevent God from ~giving them many ceremonial precepts.~ 106 2, 102 | recall the blessing of the giving of ~the Law. The other three 107 2, 102 | one particular stock, thus giving ~them distinction and nobility.~ 108 2, 102 | covers ~the body without giving pain, and is a blemish on 109 2, 102 | intention ~of the Lord in giving this commandment was that 110 2, 103 | entered into the temple, giving ~notice of the accomplishment 111 2, 103 | pretense, in order to avoid giving scandal to the Jews, of ~ 112 2, 105 | instance ~in buying, selling, giving, and so forth. Now the Law 113 2, 105 | if they do not waver in giving it, or are not ~otherwise 114 2, 106 | house ~of Israel . . . by giving [Vulg.: 'I will give'] My 115 2, 106 | since he who sins after the giving of the New Law ~deserves 116 2, 108 | this ~occasion when He was giving the general points of His 117 2, 108 | more ~speedily thereto by giving up the goods of this world 118 2, 108 | observing the ~counsels. For in giving the counsel of perpetual 119 2, 108 | Apostle ~(1 Cor. 7:35), after giving the counsel of virginity, 120 2, 109 | grace man is not ~capable of giving God the best love, which 121 2, 109 | in our power ~without His giving it?" Now perseverance is 122 2, 112 | according to the measure of the giving of Christ." Now what ~is 123 2, 112 | according to the measure ~of the giving of Christ," having enumerated 124 2, 114 | it would seem, merits by giving another his due. But by 125 2, 5 | inclines man to believe, ~by giving him a certain affection 126 2, 10 | paid in ~order to avoid giving scandal. Thus Paul too, 127 2, 23 | according to the measure of the giving of Christ." ~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 23 | being several ~luminaries giving light: but this distinction 129 2, 23 | which it had disposed, by ~giving the animal or plant an actual 130 2, 25 | more than the father in giving birth ~and education to 131 2, 28 | unites all one's desires by giving ~them rest in one object. 132 2, 29 | himself, his is ~not a liberal giving. On the other hand, as regards 133 2, 30 | effect?~(5) Whether the giving of alms is a matter of precept?~( 134 2, 30 | acts. Now the motive for giving alms is to relieve ~one 135 2, 30 | above (A[1]), the purpose of giving alms is to ~relieve our 136 2, 30 | for others; secondly, by giving human ~assistance, and this 137 2, 30 | sin of simony consists in giving the corporal for ~the spiritual, 138 2, 30 | there would be no reason for giving him alms: yet since it is 139 2, 30 | oneself spiritual friends by giving alms out of ill-gotten riches. ~ 140 2, 30 | not to the giver, ~but by giving alms. The same applies to 141 2, 30 | similar cases of illegal ~giving and receiving.~Aquin.: SMT 142 2, 30 | person is not ~prevented from giving alms, by being under another' 143 2, 30 | more can they use it in giving alms so as to profit their 144 2, 30 | be moderate, lest through giving too much she impoverish 145 2, 30 | laid down when we spoke of ~giving alms out of one's necessary 146 2, 30 | warned to be careful in giving alms, and to give, ~not 147 2, 41 | charity, in order to ~avoid giving scandal to others, as Augustine 148 2, 41 | salvation, in order to avoid giving scandal.~Aquin.: SMT SS 149 2, 41 | whether we forego them by ~giving them up, if we have them 150 2, 50 | not as receiving but as giving it: and ~the saints in heaven 151 2, 55 | that "all are agreed in giving the ~name of justice to 152 2, 58 | right, and establishes it by giving it force of authority.~Aquin.: 153 2, 59 | distributive justice consists in giving something to many. ~Therefore 154 2, 60 | unjustly taken; since it is ~by giving it back that equality is 155 2, 60 | ways. First ~through the giving itself being illicit and 156 2, 60 | gives ~unlawfully, through giving for an unlawful purpose, 157 2, 60 | unlawful purpose, albeit the giving ~itself is not unlawful, 158 2, 60 | possible, for instance by ~giving an alms for his spiritual 159 2, 60 | from him that has more and giving to him that has less. Now ~ 160 2, 60 | the part of the taker, by giving ~him shelter or any other 161 2, 61 | OBJ 3: There is a twofold giving. one belongs to justice, 162 2, 61 | persons takes place. The other giving belongs to liberality, when 163 2, 61 | chosen by God. In such a giving there ~is no place for respect 164 2, 64 | succor one's neighbor by giving him an alms. Therefore neither ~ 165 2, 65 | injustice of the witnesses in giving evidence; (5) The injustice 166 2, 68 | truth a man ~abstains from giving evidence. Therefore a man 167 2, 68 | distinction in the matter of giving ~evidence: because sometimes 168 2, 68 | to make known either by giving ~evidence or by denouncing 169 2, 68 | each one would seem to be giving ~distinct evidence and to 170 2, 68 | should be ~excluded from giving evidence save for some fault.~ 171 2, 68 | person is disqualified from giving evidence this is ~done as 172 2, 68 | persons being excused from giving evidence, if they be ~considered 173 2, 68 | mortal sin. Therefore ~the giving of false evidence is not 174 2, 68 | evidence. ~Therefore the giving of false evidence is not 175 2, 68 | sin: on this account, the giving of ~false evidence is not 176 2, 68 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In giving evidence a man ought not 177 2, 69 | expenses ~(not as payment for giving evidence, but as a fee for 178 2, 76 | the usury, one would be giving ~a sinner matter for sin, 179 2, 80 | above (A[1]), consists in giving oneself up to God. But this 180 2, 80 | loving-kindness to us in giving us such a ~deliverance.~ 181 2, 81 | thanksgiving"; since ~"through giving thanks for benefits received 182 2, 84 | pay first-fruits. After ~giving the law of the first-born 183 2, 85 | answer that, The cause of giving cannot be the cause of receiving, 184 2, 86 | the Lord for his God, by giving Him a ~special form of worship 185 2, 86 | some cause were to appear, giving rise, at least, to doubt, 186 2, 89 | employed for the purpose of giving pleasure. But if the singer ~ 187 2, 90 | which agree with religion in giving worship ~to God; secondly, 188 2, 91 | superstition which consists in giving undue worship to the true 189 2, 91 | the world. Now before the giving of the Law the just worshiped 190 2, 92 | worshipping idols, or for giving Divine worship to ~a creature 191 2, 92 | denying the faith, than by giving God's worship to another, 192 2, 92 | be worshipped by men, by giving ~answers in the idols, and 193 2, 95 | from the enemy, this is not giving the horse a trial: but ~ 194 2, 98 | incompatible with a ~non-gratuitous giving. Now the sacraments are 195 2, 99 | this prescribes only the giving of honor. ~Therefore it 196 2, 99 | other ~virtues. For the giving of service and homage to 197 2, 100 | unfittingly ~defined as giving worship and honor to all.~ 198 2, 104 | 4). Now the purpose of giving ~thanks is repayment (Ethic. 199 2, 104 | according to various causes giving rise to the ~debt, yet so 200 2, 104 | or gratitude: wherefore giving thanks to God was ~reckoned 201 2, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether in giving thanks we should look at 202 2, 104 | considers equality between giving and taking. ~Therefore also 203 2, 108 | but merely for the sake of giving ~pleasure. Hence again we 204 2, 112 | For justice consists in giving another man his due. But 205 2, 114 | quarrelsome man, who exceeds in giving displeasure sins more ~grievously 206 2, 114 | flatterer, who exceeds in giving ~pleasure. In another way 207 2, 115 | however, that the very act of giving away one's ~possessions 208 2, 115 | money consists not only in giving it but also ~in spending 209 2, 115 | A man is not liberal by giving to himself." Therefore not 210 2, 115 | liberality is concerned with giving and spending, according 211 2, 115 | to liberality as ~regards giving: for a man is not said to 212 2, 115 | Therefore it seems that giving does not chiefly belong 213 2, 115 | himself with the means of giving to others. Therefore it 214 2, 115 | does not chiefly aim at giving.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 215 2, 115 | after himself, whereas by giving he looks after ~others. 216 2, 115 | liberal man to surpass in giving."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] 217 2, 115 | Hence ~parting with money by giving it to others proceeds from 218 2, 115 | is praised chiefly for ~giving.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[117] A[ 219 2, 115 | are opposed to suitable giving; namely, not ~giving what 220 2, 115 | suitable giving; namely, not ~giving what ought suitably to be 221 2, 115 | suitably to be given, and giving something unsuitably. ~Wherefore 222 2, 115 | would not have the means of giving to those to whom ~it were 223 2, 115 | 3 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Giving and receiving are related 224 2, 115 | liberality is a principle of giving, it does not ~belong to 225 2, 115 | as ~stated (A[4]). But giving becomingly belongs to beneficence 226 2, 115 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The giving of beneficence and mercy 227 2, 115 | he gives: ~wherefore this giving belongs to charity or friendship. 228 2, 115 | charity or friendship. But the giving of ~liberality arises from 229 2, 115 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God's giving proceeds from His love for 230 2, 115 | the nature of goodness by giving forth ~its own act: and 231 2, 116 | covetous through a defect in giving. If he gives but little ~ 232 2, 117 | prodigality implies excess ~in giving, but deficiency in retaining 233 2, 117 | contrary, denotes deficiency in giving, but excess in acquiring ~ 234 2, 117 | the ~principal thing is giving, to which receiving and 235 2, 117 | prodigality regard principally ~giving. Wherefore he who exceeds 236 2, 117 | Wherefore he who exceeds in giving is said to be "prodigal," ~ 237 2, 117 | while he who is deficient in giving is said to be "covetous." 238 2, 117 | that a man is deficient in giving, without exceeding in ~receiving, 239 2, 117 | sometimes that a man exceeds in giving, and therefore is ~prodigal, 240 2, 117 | since while exceeding in giving he is ~lacking in goods 241 2, 117 | does not always exceed in giving for the sake ~of pleasures 242 2, 117 | prodigality to exceed in giving and to be ~deficient in 243 2, 117 | satisfy his own will in giving. But to one that ~reviews 244 2, 117 | remarks (Ethic. iv, 1), "his giving is ~neither good, nor for 245 2, 117 | the opposite virtue: since giving, wherein ~the prodigal exceeds, 246 2, 117 | him unable to exceed in giving. Moreover, ~prodigality 247 2, 117 | others, by being deficient in giving; and he sins against himself, ~ 248 2, 120 | namely, by first of all giving them precepts about ~those 249 2, 120 | in vain, " adds, i.e. "by giving the name of God to wood 250 2, 121 | individual does not refrain from ~giving a just judgment through 251 2, 132 | hinder the liberal man from giving and spending: so ~that this 252 2, 140 | those who are desirous of giving themselves up to contemplation 253 2, 140 | who undertake the duty of giving themselves to contemplation, 254 2, 151 | speak without weighing or giving a thought ~to his words. 255 2, 159 | himself to another, without giving the other man an occasion 256 2, 159 | spiritual welfare, showed by ~giving an example of humility, 257 2, 162 | pain which she suffers in giving birth, ~and this is indicated 258 2, 162 | Dei xiv, 26): "Just as, in giving ~birth, the mother would 259 2, 182 | them ~to do so, either by giving to the poor of their flock, 260 2, 183 | the ~spiritual power of giving orders and doing like things 261 2, 184 | perfect at the very moment of giving his goods to the poor; but ~ 262 2, 184 | union hinders the mind from giving itself wholly to the service ~ 263 2, 184 | his ~profession, without giving scandal (for instance if 264 2, 185 | Cor. 11:12), or to ~avoid giving scandal to the weak, as 265 2, 186 | themselves to teaching, or ~giving alms to the poor, have been 266 2, 186 | wherefore the Apostle in giving the ~counsel of virginity 267 2, 186 | mind and hinders him from giving himself wholly to God's 268 2, 186 | of ~contemplating and of giving to others the fruits of 269 2, 186 | and that those ~who aim at giving the fruits of their contemplation 270 2, 186 | by ~"warming him," i.e. giving him spiritual heat (Eccles. 271 2, 187 | considered in itself, instead of ~giving a man an occasion of falling, 272 2, 187 | all his sins. For if by giving alms a man may ~forthwith 273 2, 187 | simoniacally to enter ~religion, by giving him presents: and this is 274 3, 7 | according to the measure of the giving ~of Christ" - or "as regards 275 3, 16 | idolaters are rebuked for ~giving the name of God, which is 276 3, 28 | should remain a virgin in ~giving birth to Him.~Aquin.: SMT 277 3, 28 | ix) ~it is said: "After giving birth, nature knows not 278 3, 28 | Mother was a virgin ~also in giving birth to Him.~Aquin.: SMT 279 3, 28 | conceiving Him and a virgin in giving Him birth, did she remain ~ 280 3, 29 | devil's members. For, after giving the ~above reason - namely, 281 3, 29 | on the ground ~that in giving birth to Christ, she had 282 3, 31 | whereas Luke, who was giving the legal ~genealogy, speaks 283 3, 31 | ascending ~order: as though giving prominence to the office 284 3, 31 | Heb. 7). Therefore ~by giving tithes to Melchisedech, 285 3, 34 | time; whereas the action of giving light ~is perfected in an 286 3, 35 | Virgin suffered pain in giving birth ~to her Child.~Aquin.: 287 3, 35 | thou wast all ~pure, in giving birth thou wast without 288 3, 35 | His Mother to suffer in giving birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 289 3, 38 | omission ~to be supplied by giving them the Holy Ghost by the 290 3, 40 | He did not do ~so; thus giving us the example to go about 291 3, 41 | helping us, but ~also by giving us an example."~Aquin.: 292 3, 41 | Now, there is no danger in giving the devil such an occasion 293 3, 42 | should also have avoided giving offense to the Jews.~Aquin.: 294 3, 42 | A man ought so to avoid giving offense, as neither by wrong ~ 295 3, 46 | commend the more His love by giving up His life for us ~when 296 3, 48 | made ~satisfaction, not by giving money or anything of the 297 3, 53 | ad Evod. clxiv) while giving this opinion, says: "I know 298 3, 62 | causes in the process of giving ~life to the soul: while 299 3, 62 | life to the soul: while in giving life to the body they act 300 3, 64 | s ~people, not indeed by giving them grace, but by conferring 301 3, 64 | prayers which are said in giving the sacraments, are ~offered 302 3, 64 | to ministers; namely, by giving them such a fulness of ~ 303 3, 64 | various kinds of sacraments, giving rise to division in the ~ 304 3, 68 | Christ. But Christ, in ~giving the form of Baptism, makes 305 3, 68 | bringing us to ~salvation by giving us sanctifying grace: which 306 3, 70 | be instituted before the giving of the Law. ~Those Fathers, 307 3, 75 | is the form of the body, giving it the whole order ~of perfect 308 3, 76 | is broken, as some say, giving the example of an image ~ 309 3, 78 | blessing, and breaking, and giving it to His disciples, He ~ 310 3, 79 | namely, by sustaining, giving ~increase, restoring, and 311 3, 79 | increase, restoring, and giving delight. Accordingly, Ambrose 312 3, 81 | 26:29), our Lord, after giving His body and blood to the ~ 313 3, 82 | contrary, by so doing we are giving them honor (hence a host 314 3, 83 | a sacrifice ~capable of giving eternal salvation; what 315 3, 83 | receiving first, ~and afterwards giving it to others, because, as 316 3, 84 | sinner, and ~by the priest in giving absolution; that which is 317 3, 84 | venial sins. Wherefore ~in giving sacramental absolution it 318 3, 84 | priest does not signify the ~giving of absolution, but prays 319 3, 88 | a special sin. For the ~giving of thanks belongs to counterpassion 320 Suppl, 8 | the part of the priest by giving ~absolution, yet this defect 321 Suppl, 8 | sin if he were not easy in giving permission to confess to ~ 322 Suppl, 9 | discretion consists ~in giving greater weight to greater 323 Suppl, 11| Nevertheless he should beware of giving ~scandal by revealing the 324 Suppl, 11| deterred by the fear of giving scandal, from divulging 325 Suppl, 11| although he ~ought to avoid giving scandal, as far as he is 326 Suppl, 12| signifies, properly speaking, a giving ~back: but to make satisfaction 327 Suppl, 12| Satisfaction consists in giving God due honor," wherein 328 Suppl, 12| satisfaction consists in giving God due honor"; where duty ~ 329 Suppl, 13| for sin committed. Now in giving honor ~to one's parents 330 Suppl, 14| so make satisfaction by giving alms.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[14] 331 Suppl, 14| that there is a ~duty of giving in the giver by reason of 332 Suppl, 14| the ~primary reason of the giving is love, it is impossible 333 Suppl, 15| Deus homo i) ~"consists in giving due honor to God." But this 334 Suppl, 15| he has too much of, and ~giving it to the person from whom 335 Suppl, 18| prudently refrains from giving a medicine ~sufficiently 336 Suppl, 19| one could use the keys in giving absolution ~unless he were 337 Suppl, 24| not. Nor is there need of giving one's word by ~oath, as 338 Suppl, 25| Consequently a poor ~man by giving one penny would gain the 339 Suppl, 27| indulgence is to be gained by giving an alms, which a poor ~man 340 Suppl, 37| this is shown by the Lord ~giving Moses seventy ancients to 341 Suppl, 37| character is imprinted at the giving of ~the chalice, so likewise 342 Suppl, 37| likewise is there at the giving of the chasuble, and thus ~ 343 Suppl, 37| of power is effected by giving them something pertaining ~ 344 Suppl, 37| is ~imprinted at the very giving of the chalice under the 345 Suppl, 37| nor on ~anyone else at the giving of a vestment.~Aquin.: SMT 346 Suppl, 37| expressed, either by the giving of the vessel only, or by 347 Suppl, 37| the vessel only, or by the giving of ~the matter; and his 348 Suppl, 43| by a mere promise, but by giving his troth [spondet] and ~ 349 Suppl, 43| conversely; secondly, by giving betrothal pledges, such 350 Suppl, 43| and the ~like; thirdly, by giving an engagement ring; fourthly, 351 Suppl, 43| The betrothal itself and giving of sureties are a ~ratification 352 Suppl, 55| love ~are debarred from giving evidence. Now relatives 353 Suppl, 56| kinship resulting from the giving of a ~sacrament or the intention 354 Suppl, 57| viii, 11,12), namely by giving ~him being, nourishment 355 Suppl, 65| Gentiles had fallen, by not giving due honor to God as ~stated 356 Suppl, 67| Mosaic law. For one way of giving consent is to refrain from 357 Suppl, 67| away their wives, after giving them a bill of ~divorce, 358 Suppl, 70| is united to the body as giving it life, and on ~account 359 Suppl, 71| cause of those deeds, by giving counsel, assistance, inducement, 360 Suppl, 71| that action - thus from the giving of alms there ~follow the 361 Suppl, 71| very nature implies the giving of some ~assistance, which 362 Suppl, 71| them to the Church and as ~giving them to the poor, or as 363 Suppl, 72| 1:8, "In a flame of fire giving vengeance," ~says: "There 364 Suppl, 72| something above ~nature (as in giving sight to a blind man, for 365 Suppl, 73| the resurrection at the giving of some common bodily sign. ~ 366 Suppl, 92| love is ~the reason of all giving [*Cf. FP, Q[38], A[2]].~ 367 Suppl, 94| intense cold without this giving them any respite: because


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