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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 27 | For ~procession signifies outward movement. But in God there 2 1, 27 | procession as meaning an outward act; hence neither of them ~ 3 1, 27 | action, and as there is an outward procession ~corresponding 4 1, 27 | Whatever proceeds by way of outward procession is ~necessarily 5 1, 27 | procession which is not outward, and this does not ~apply 6 1, 43 | given to them with the ~outward sign. Were the sign only 7 1, 57 | things, but only ~their outward accidents. In like manner 8 1, 57 | apprehended by the five ~outward senses, and some other things 9 1, 57 | discovered not merely by outward ~act, but also by change 10 1, 75 | Cor. ~4:16): "Though our outward man is corrupted, yet the 11 1, 75 | And this is called the ~"outward" man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 12 1, 43 | given to them with the ~outward sign. Were the sign only 13 1, 58 | things, but only ~their outward accidents. In like manner 14 1, 58 | apprehended by the five ~outward senses, and some other things 15 1, 58 | discovered not merely by outward ~act, but also by change 16 1, 74 | Cor. ~4:16): "Though our outward man is corrupted, yet the 17 1, 74 | And this is called the ~"outward" man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[75] 18 2, 3 | proceeds ~from the agent into outward matter, such as "to burn" 19 2, 5 | virtue remain unimpaired, outward ~changes can indeed disturb 20 2, 6 | affected by the motion of an outward body, the ~sensitive appetite 21 2, 6 | act; sometimes without ~outward act, but with an interior 22 2, 24 | appetite is nearer than the outward members to the reason and ~ 23 2, 24 | movements and actions of the outward members are ~morally good 24 2, 24 | that the actions of the outward members be ~controlled by 25 2, 31 | since they do not pass into outward matter, they are acts or 26 2, 31 | actions which pass into outward matter, are actions and 27 2, 31 | because the senses stop at the outward ~accidents of a thing, whereas 28 2, 35 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether outward pain is greater than interior 29 2, 35 | OBJ 1: It would seem that outward pain is greater than interior 30 2, 35 | sorrow ~of the heart. Because outward pain arises from a cause 31 2, 35 | been ~said above (A[6]), outward pain is greater than interior 32 2, 35 | its likeness does. But ~outward pain arises from the real 33 2, 35 | of a contrary. ~Therefore outward pain is greater than inward 34 2, 35 | known by its effect. But outward pain has ~more striking 35 2, 35 | since man dies sooner of outward pain than of ~interior sorrow. 36 2, 35 | interior sorrow. Therefore outward pain is greater and is shunned 37 2, 35 | the heart surpasses ~every outward wound.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 38 2, 35 | apprehension. For the cause of outward pain is a conjoined evil ~ 39 2, 35 | to the appetite. Again, outward pain arises from an ~apprehension 40 2, 35 | inward pain to the cause of outward ~pain, the former belongs, 41 2, 35 | appetite itself, ~while outward pain arises from something 42 2, 35 | view, inward pain surpasses outward pain. In like manner also 43 2, 35 | itself, more keen than ~outward pain: a sign whereof is 44 2, 35 | one willingly undergoes outward pain ~in order to avoid 45 2, 35 | inward pain: and in so far as outward pain is not ~repugnant to 46 2, 35 | joy. Sometimes, however, outward pain is ~accompanied by 47 2, 35 | is not only greater than outward pain, it is also more ~universal: 48 2, 35 | because even the pains of outward wounds are comprised in ~ 49 2, 35 | comparison of inward to outward pain must not be ~taken 50 2, 35 | more liable to be caused by outward ~pain, both from the fact 51 2, 35 | both from the fact that outward pain is caused by a corruptive ~ 52 2, 35 | and from the fact that the outward sense is more material than 53 2, 35 | and, in like manner, from outward than from inward ~pain.~ 54 2, 37 | inward sorrow surpasses outward pain, as stated above ~( 55 2, 37 | unable to attend freely to outward things, ~withdraws to itself, 56 2, 38 | dispersed as it were on outward ~things, so that the inward 57 2, 38 | burdened ~with sorrow, make outward show of their sorrow, by 58 2, 38 | seem to pertain to the outward senses and limbs, rather 59 2, 40 | be gathered from ~their outward movements: from which it 60 2, 44 | that they spread ~to the outward parts of the body: the result 61 2, 44 | therefore, man trembles in his outward ~parts, through the heat 62 2, 44 | certain contraction from the outward to the inner parts of the 63 2, 44 | action, on account of the outward ~members being deprived, 64 2, 48 | much as ~to effect even the outward members. Consequently, of 65 2, 48 | of anger reaches to the outward members, and chiefly to 66 2, 48 | paralyze ~the tongue and other outward members.~Aquin.: SMT FS 67 2, 48 | that the movements of the outward members are hindered by 68 2, 48 | taciturnity and immobility ~of the outward members; and sometimes even 69 2, 55 | by which it puts ~those outward things right which come 70 2, 57 | is an action passing into outward matter, e.g. "to ~build," " 71 2, 57 | and habits, as art does to outward making: since each ~is the 72 2, 60 | order, and even extends to outward things; hence, one single ~ 73 2, 69 | now." The fourth is the outward favor of man; ~and this 74 2, 70 | as regards freedom from outward ~disturbance; for it is 75 2, 72 | principally intended, and the outward ~manifestation is by way 76 2, 74 | thought is one thing, and the outward deed, e.g. ~fornication, 77 2, 74 | thought differs from the outward deed; ~and consequently 78 2, 77 | are not to be referred to outward deeds, but to the inner 79 2, 81 | cause of another's sin, by outward ~suggestion, he has a certain 80 2, 89 | the ~other resulting from outward refulgence supervening, 81 2, 89 | the other actual like an outward flash of light. Now venial 82 2, 89 | preceded his downfall into the ~outward act of sin. This vainglory 83 2, 100 | ordained to ~one another by outward acts, whereby men live in 84 2, 100 | precede actions of word or outward deed. Therefore the ~precepts 85 2, 100 | competent to judge only of outward acts; ~because "man seeth 86 2, 101 | worship; the body by an outward worship: hence it is ~written ( 87 2, 101 | through the soul, so the outward ~worship is ordained to 88 2, 101 | precepts referred to the outward and ~bodily worship of God, 89 2, 102 | world: whereas into the outward tabernacle, i.e. the Holy ~ 90 2, 102 | the figurative reason, the outward tabernacle, which was ~called 91 2, 102 | flesh" signified Christ's outward works; the "blood" ~denoted 92 2, 106 | Law was set forth in an outward fashion, that the ungodly ~ 93 2, 107 | acts by reason of some outward cause: for instance, by 94 2, 107 | One is on the part of the ~outward works, which of themselves 95 2, 107 | ceremonies prescribed many ~more outward acts than the New Law, which, 96 2, 108 | prescribe or to forbid any outward ~works?~(2) Whether the 97 2, 108 | also have ~added certain outward moral deeds, which were 98 2, 2 | a ~man's thoughts, or in outward persecution, increases the 99 2, 3 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE OUTWARD ACT OF FAITH (TWO ARTICLES)~ 100 2, 3 | We must now consider the outward act, viz. the confession 101 2, 3 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Outward actions belong properly 102 2, 3 | we speak also." For the outward utterance is intended to ~ 103 2, 3 | of faith, so too is the outward ~confession of them.~Aquin.: 104 2, 3 | its purpose is to give outward honor to God, which is the 105 2, 3 | aid of charity, causes all outward ~acts of virtue, by means 106 2, 3 | be realized ~without any outward confession. Therefore confession 107 2, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, by outward confession of faith, a man 108 2, 5 | Creator, not by the mere ~outward perception of hearing, but 109 2, 8 | know that whatever be the outward appearances, ~they do not 110 2, 10 | inner ~instinct, and the outward preaching of the truth. 111 2, 12 | rather to consist in some outward deed or utterance, or ~even 112 2, 22 | is twofold. There is his outward life in respect ~of his 113 2, 24 | and the latter, the "outward man" (2 Cor. 4:16). Now 114 2, 24 | corporeal nature, or ~the outward man, to hold the first place. 115 2, 24 | regards the corruption of the outward man, whereas the good do 116 2, 24 | angels does not consist in outward ~fellowship, which we have 117 2, 25 | but not as regards the outward effect. ~They held that 118 2, 25 | understood as applying to ~outward favors, which we ought to 119 2, 25 | ought to correspond to the outward effect. Therefore charity 120 2, 29 | We must now consider the outward acts or effects of charity, ( 121 2, 29 | other hand, as regards the outward gift, the ~act of beneficence 122 2, 32 | sin, so that if a man's ~outward actions were to be inordinate, 123 2, 32 | anything sinful in ~a man's outward sins against his neighbor, 124 2, 32 | on his neighbor, a ~man's outward sins are worse than his 125 2, 45 | many persons who have keen outward senses are devoid of ~prudence. 126 2, 47 | evil, but the avoidance of outward hindrances is different 127 2, 48 | secondly, to withstand ~outward assailants and corruptives: 128 2, 83 | A[7]; Q[84], A[2]), the ~outward acts of religion are directed 129 2, 83 | so too ought we to ~offer outward sacrifices to Him alone: 130 2, 83 | mind. The other is the ~outward sacrifice, and this again 131 2, 83 | bound to ~perform certain outward actions in God's honor, 132 2, 83 | that action. The other ~outward sacrifice is when the outward 133 2, 83 | outward sacrifice is when the outward actions of the other virtues 134 2, 83 | some sacrifices ~inward or outward, as stated above.~Aquin.: 135 2, 86 | expressed in words ~or any other outward signs; whereas a promise 136 2, 87 | words in ~their natural outward sense, but the Divine judgment 137 2, 89 | Ecclus. ~17:7,8]. Yet the outward praise of the lips avails 138 2, 91 | signification by deed that the outward ~worship of religion consists, 139 2, 91 | anything false is signified by outward worship, this worship will 140 2, 91 | second place, falsehood ~in outward worship occurs on the part 141 2, 91 | afterwards men were instructed by outward precepts about this ~matter, 142 2, 91 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, outward worship is a profession 143 2, 92 | confession of faith by ~outward signs, so superstition is 144 2, 92 | 3/4~Others held that the outward worship of latria should 145 2, 92 | evidently false. For since outward worship is a sign of the ~ 146 2, 92 | wicked falsehood to ~pay outward worship to anything counter 147 2, 93 | 3/5~In like manner the outward cause of dreams is twofold, 148 2, 93 | natural cause inward or ~outward, and so far as the efficacy 149 2, 98 | heresy," as regards the outward protestation, since by selling 150 2, 98 | consists chiefly, not in an outward gift, action or passion, 151 2, 102 | Who sees not only the ~outward deed, but also the inward 152 2, 102 | be understood as regards ~outward appearances: for, on the 153 2, 109 | show oneself outwardly by outward signs to be ~such as one 154 2, 109 | be ~such as one is. Now outward signs are not only words, 155 2, 109 | lie told by the signs of outward ~deeds. Now it matters not 156 2, 109 | a man dissemble, when by outward signs of ~deeds or things 157 2, 109 | are dissemblers, since the outward ~habit signifies works of 158 2, 109 | mere intention, but in the ~outward action: wherefore a gloss 159 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The outward deed is a natural sign of 160 2, 109 | tally with the sign: and the outward words, or deeds, or any 161 2, 110 | to the very perfect, by outward ~deeds so to seek the glory 162 2, 111 | words, or by any ~other outward signs, namely, about matters 163 2, 111 | times that a person, by outward words ~or signs, pretends 164 2, 112 | which ~consists merely in outward words or deeds; this has 165 2, 118 | temperance, moderates man's outward life - for instance, in 166 2, 122 | inward belief, but also outward ~profession, which is expressed 167 2, 129 | ambition seems to regard outward show: for it is written ~( 168 2, 129 | magnanimity is not about ~outward show. Therefore ambition 169 2, 129 | 3: The very solemnity of outward worship is a kind of honor, ~ 170 2, 129 | ambition does not regard outward ~worship, except in so far 171 2, 130 | which is arrogance: but ~outward boasting, according to Ethic. 172 2, 132 | administration" to ~the outward accomplishment. Wherefore 173 2, 132 | virtue ~may have this without outward fortune: so that even a 174 2, 132 | man cannot accomplish the ~outward act of magnificence in things 175 2, 141 | soul; ~secondly, in the outward movements and actions of 176 2, 141 | of the body; thirdly, in ~outward things. Now besides the 177 2, 146 | speech, but also to restrain outward behavior. Hence a gloss 178 2, 156 | or if one exceed in the ~outward signs of anger. In this 179 2, 156 | judged according to their outward ~effects. Now the effect 180 2, 156 | the repulsiveness of the outward ~gestures which result from 181 2, 156 | not break forth into the outward ~signs of anger, others 182 2, 156 | anger is manifested by ~outward signs, even before it breaks 183 2, 158 | Whether modesty is only about outward actions?~Aquin.: SMT SS 184 2, 158 | that modesty is only about outward actions. For the ~inward 185 2, 158 | Therefore modesty is only about outward actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 186 2, 158 | Therefore, if it be about outward works, it will ~not be concerned 187 2, 158 | play. ~The fourth regards outward show, for instance in dress 188 2, 158 | modesty ~regards not only outward but also inward actions.~ 189 2, 158 | may be shown by certain ~outward signs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 190 2, 159 | 4) Modesty as affecting outward ~attire.~Aquin.: SMT SS 191 2, 159 | sometimes done merely as to outward signs and pretense: ~wherefore 192 2, 159 | Affectibus] assigns humility to outward ~show; for he says that 193 2, 159 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Excess in outward expenditure and parade is 194 2, 159 | must be observed in ~the outward acts of humility even as 195 2, 159 | example of humility, that outward exaltation is to be despised. ~ 196 2, 159 | degrees, those which concern outward ~actions are unfittingly 197 2, 159 | humility leads to ~certain outward signs in words, deeds, and 198 2, 159 | are included that refer to outward signs. One of ~these regards 199 2, 159 | The others have to do with outward ~gestures, for instance 200 2, 159 | the inner man precedes the outward man. ~The other way is by 201 2, 159 | first of all restrains the ~outward man, and afterwards succeeds 202 2, 159 | appetite, which seeks, not outward excellence, but ~outward 203 2, 159 | outward excellence, but ~outward abasement, or bears it with 204 2, 160 | understood as referring to the outward effect ~of pride, namely 205 2, 160 | of lying, as regards the ~outward act whereby a man falsely 206 2, 160 | while vainglory covets ~the outward show of excellence.~Aquin.: 207 2, 161 | soul before being in the outward act of the body; since, 208 2, 162 | could not be hurt by any outward thing, as stated in the 209 2, 163 | sin have resulted from an ~outward temptation.~Aquin.: SMT 210 2, 163 | without making use of an ~outward sensible creature. Since 211 2, 163 | spiritual, instead of an outward, temptation.~Aquin.: SMT 212 2, 163 | more power against man than outward ~suggestion has, since by 213 2, 163 | A[3]]; whereas by an ~outward suggestion, a change is 214 2, 163 | is wrought merely on an outward creature. ~Now the devil 215 2, 163 | suggestion, but only by outward suggestion.~Aquin.: SMT 216 2, 166 | MODESTY AS CONSISTING IN THE OUTWARD MOVEMENTS OF THE BODY (FOUR 217 2, 166 | modesty as consisting in the outward movements of ~the body, 218 2, 166 | be virtue and vice in the outward movements of the ~body that 219 2, 166 | Whether any virtue regards the outward movements of the body?~Aquin.: 220 2, 166 | that no virtue regards the outward movements of the ~body. 221 2, 166 | states (Ethic. ii, 1). But outward bodily movements are in 222 2, 166 | to other differences of outward movements. Therefore ~there 223 2, 166 | temperance and ~fortitude. Now outward bodily movements are not 224 2, 166 | to the ordering of one's outward movements: for Ambrose says ~( 225 2, 166 | virtue about the style ~of outward movements.~Aquin.: SMT SS 226 2, 166 | virtue. Now the style of outward movements pertains to the 227 2, 166 | virtue about the style of outward movement.~Aquin.: SMT SS 228 2, 166 | it is manifest that the outward ~movements of man are dirigible 229 2, 166 | dirigible by reason, since the outward members are ~set in motion 230 2, 166 | ascribes two things to these outward ~movements: namely "taste" [ 231 2, 166 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Outward movements are signs of the 232 2, 166 | to this or that style of outward movement, nevertheless what 233 2, 166 | OBJ 3: As stated (ad 1) outward movements are indications 234 2, 166 | these things," i.e. ~the outward movements, "the man that 235 2, 166 | It is moreover from ~our outward movements that other men 236 2, 166 | countenance." Hence moderation of ~outward movements is directed somewhat 237 2, 166 | Wherefore the moderation of ~outward movements may be reduced 238 2, 166 | 7. For, in so far as by outward movements we are ~directed 239 2, 166 | persons, the moderation of our outward movements ~belongs to "friendliness 240 2, 166 | contact. And, in so far as outward ~movements are signs of 241 2, 166 | study the style of one's outward ~movements, by having recourse 242 2, 166 | although perhaps ~certain outward works of the practical reason 243 2, 167 | 1/1 - OF MODESTY IN THE OUTWARD APPAREL (TWO ARTICLES)~We 244 2, 167 | modesty as connected with the outward apparel, and ~under this 245 2, 167 | vice in connection with outward ~apparel?~(2) Whether women 246 2, 167 | vice in connection with outward apparel?~Aquin.: SMT SS 247 2, 167 | vice in connection ~with outward apparel. For outward adornment 248 2, 167 | with outward apparel. For outward adornment does not belong 249 2, 167 | vice in connection with outward ~attire, excess in this 250 2, 167 | be sinful. Now excess in outward ~attire is not apparently 251 2, 167 | honesty is observed in the outward apparel; for Ambrose says ( 252 2, 167 | be virtue and vice in the outward attire.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 253 2, 167 | answer that, It is not in the outward things themselves which 254 2, 167 | 6]] in his attention to ~outward apparel.~Aquin.: SMT SS 255 2, 167 | virtues in ~connection with outward attire; namely "humility," 256 2, 167 | or ~trouble to the use of outward apparel. Wherefore the Philosopher 257 2, 167 | very lack of attention to outward attire. Hence ~Augustine 258 2, 167 | only the glare ~and pomp of outward things, but even dirt and 259 2, 167 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although outward attire does not come from 260 2, 167 | the virtue that moderates outward ~raiment.~Aquin.: SMT SS 261 2, 167 | iii, 12): "Whoever uses ~outward things in such a way as 262 2, 167 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This outward apparel is an indication 263 2, 167 | adorning, ~let it not be the outward plaiting of the hair, or 264 2, 167 | above (A[1]) concerning outward apparel, and ~also something 265 2, 167 | in the foregoing Article, outward apparel should ~be consistent 266 2, 168 | neighbor. But inordinateness of outward movements, which is contrary 267 2, 168 | Reply OBJ 3: Inordinate outward movement is not injurious 268 2, 170 | passions of the soul and the outward ~actions. Now sanctifying 269 2, 170 | prophecy by certain, and even outward, signs. Hence Chrysostom 270 2, 171 | imagination, and by the ~outward presentation of sensible 271 2, 172 | Holy Ghost, apart from any outward assistance of deed, ~word, 272 2, 172 | is moved to perform some ~outward action. Thus it is related 273 2, 176 | or his speech, or some outward action, or again ~the bodily 274 2, 176 | evil Christians ~by the outward signs of righteousness."~ 275 2, 178 | sensible things, and by outward disturbances. Now the moral 276 2, 178 | quell the disturbance of outward ~occupations. Hence moral 277 2, 178 | rendered free of error and of outward occupation"; ~and the third 278 2, 178 | which consists in rest from outward occupations: but the ~movements 279 2, 179 | directed thereby ~in his outward action; but it belongs to 280 2, 179 | this rest excludes not only outward disturbances ~but also the 281 2, 182 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the outward state should answer to the 282 2, 182 | the ~same applies to other outward practices. Secondly, it 283 2, 182 | of souls, on account of outward dangers: although the ~religious 284 2, 182 | difficulty that results from ~outward obstacles sometimes lessens 285 2, 184 | belongs to them to abandon all outward things ~by voluntary poverty.~ 286 2, 184 | of inward rather than of outward acts, according to Rm. 14: 287 2, 184 | obedience which refer to outward actions.~Aquin.: SMT SS 288 2, 184 | quieting the human mind from outward solicitude, according ~to 289 2, 184 | who acknowledge none but outward excellence. Therefore since ~ 290 2, 184 | honor that is given to ~outward excellence, by the very 291 2, 184 | through pertaining to the ~outward practice, such as all external 292 2, 185 | cannot succeed, neither by ~outward afflictions nor by manifest 293 2, 185 | penance we should use, not outward signs of ~sorrow, but rather 294 2, 185 | only the glare and pomp of outward ~things, but even the weeds 295 2, 186 | life consists entirely in outward occupation, for instance ~ 296 2, 186 | for ~the purpose of the outward and bodily works of the 297 2, 186 | needs the assistance of outward things, whereas few are 298 3, 19 | whatever pertained to His outward excellence, as His ~Ascension, 299 3, 36 | xxxiv), that "besides the ~outward form which aroused the attention 300 3, 41 | it comes about by merely outward ~suggestion. But temptation 301 3, 44 | and convincing them with outward miracles, nor is it ~related 302 3, 44 | but ~only as regards the outward action - namely, in so far 303 3, 44 | end. Now the end of the outward healing ~worked by Christ 304 3, 46 | sadness in one way, and ~outward sensitive pain in quite 305 3, 46 | moral virtue does not lessen outward ~sensitive pain, because 306 3, 48 | as such, is caused by an outward principle: but ~inasmuch 307 3, 48 | atonement consists in an outward action, for which helps 308 3, 60 | instinct and ~without any outward law, to worship God, so 309 3, 60 | spoken," i.e. not by the ~outward sound of the voice, "but 310 3, 63 | is wont to receive some outward sign thereof; thus in olden 311 3, 66 | is something visible and outward; the sign, namely, of ~the 312 3, 66 | of a sacrament. And this ~outward something that can be perceived 313 3, 66 | says that "Baptism is the outward ~washing of the body done 314 3, 66 | something real signified by the outward washing; and a sacramental 315 3, 66 | should be represented by some outward ~signs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 316 3, 67 | baptizes offers but his outward ministration; ~whereas Christ 317 3, 68 | through ministers, by the ~outward application of the sacraments: 318 3, 68 | cccli). The other is the ~outward confession of sins, which 319 3, 68 | reason why a man ~makes outward confession to a priest, 320 3, 68 | Christ's ~Baptism is without outward penance, as Ambrose says ( 321 3, 68 | confession to ~God, and also an outward general confession, for 322 3, 68 | and they need no special outward confession, as stated ~above.~ 323 3, 70 | protestation of his ~faith, by outward signs of his profession, 324 3, 71 | laboring inwardly" under ~the outward operation of the devil. 325 3, 71 | grace. Of these, one is the ~outward impediment, so far as the 326 3, 72 | to strengthen him in his outward combat. Consequently ~not 327 3, 72 | standard of the cross, unto the outward ~spiritual combat; and this 328 3, 78 | But a sacrament is an outward ~visible act. Therefore, 329 3, 79 | perfected for resisting the outward assaults of ~Christ's enemies. 330 3, 79 | by ~being guarded against outward assaults; and thus he is 331 3, 81 | belongs to Him in ~relation to outward bodies, can be attributed 332 3, 82 | the sacrifice, because the outward sacrifice he offers is ~ 333 Suppl, 1 | virtue of penance inflicts outward punishment on the body, 334 Suppl, 3 | contrite person ~does not shed outward tears for his sins, whereas 335 Suppl, 3 | may be ~too great, even as outward affliction of the body may 336 Suppl, 5 | inward joy redounds into the outward parts of the ~body, so does 337 Suppl, 21| to the ~faith by means of outward signs (thus the gift of 338 Suppl, 22| and ~God, whereas in the outward tribunal it is between man 339 Suppl, 30| inward healing by means of an outward sacramental healing: and 340 Suppl, 34| mentions two things, namely the outward ~sign, a "kind of seal," 341 Suppl, 34| character, but for the ~outward action, which is the sign 342 Suppl, 34| conferred on man with some outward ~sign. Wherefore, since 343 Suppl, 38| baptizes exercises a merely outward ministry, so ~does one who 344 Suppl, 42| of the character, so the outward acts and the words expressive ~ 345 Suppl, 42| concupiscence inclines of its outward shamefulness, and this is ~ 346 Suppl, 45| is to marriage what the outward washing is to Baptism.~Aquin.: 347 Suppl, 45| 1/1~I answer that, The outward cleansing stands in the 348 Suppl, 45| a person to receive the outward cleansing, ~with the intention, 349 Suppl, 45| Church judges according to outward appearances; nor is ~she 350 Suppl, 59| of worship which concerns outward ~service, as stated above ( 351 Suppl, 70| such ~things without the outward movement of the body that 352 Suppl, 86| is more than ~to do so of outward things. Now martyrs and 353 Suppl, 86| poor offer sacrifice of ~outward things. Therefore the sublimity 354 Suppl, 86| even so, on the other hand, outward riches choke the word of 355 Suppl, 88| said that the earth on its outward surface will be ~as transparent 356 Suppl, 92| But in carnal marriage outward comeliness is ~necessary. 357 Suppl, 93| should one correspond to outward suffering.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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