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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | of which all things are referred to that ~faculty or habit, 2 1, 1 | habit, as man and stone are referred to the faculty of sight ~ 3 1, 5 | are is ~another," is to be referred to a thing's goodness simply, 4 1, 10 | innovation ~and veteration be referred to the measure itself. For 5 1, 10 | in time. And if ~they be referred to the things measured, 6 1, 10 | measured. Therefore time is referred to that ~movement, not only 7 1, 12 | another, this would be true if referred to the mode of the thing ~ 8 1, 12 | understand it, but not if referred to the mode of ~understanding, 9 1, 12 | God. ~And this is to be referred to some high mode of prophecy, 10 1, 13 | inasmuch as ~creatures are referred to Him. Thus there is nothing 11 1, 14 | He knows, unless this be referred to the ~knowledge of vision, 12 1, 14 | God knew ~He knows," if referred to enunciable propositions. 13 1, 17 | judgment, because it is referred to them not directly, but ~ 14 1, 19 | corporeal cause, must be ~referred through intermediate causes 15 1, 19 | and the necessary is to be referred ~only to secondary causes, 16 1, 20 | things like to it, must be referred to love as to their ~first 17 1, 24 | of life is not only to be referred to the opinion of man, but 18 1, 24 | blotting out must not be referred ~to God, as if God foreknew 19 1, 28 | of relation is the being referred to ~another, as the Philosopher 20 1, 31 | God, if the relative be referred to the predicate, and not 21 1, 35 | to say that an image is referred to itself?" Therefore the 22 1, 39 | nature. But relation as referred to ~the essence does not 23 1, 39 | way of ~thinking; while as referred to an opposite relation, 24 1, 39 | substance," lest plurality be ~referred to the substance.~Aquin.: 25 1, 39 | Whence, so ~far as it is referred to relation, it is predicated 26 1, 39 | whereas, so far as it is referred to the substance, it is 27 1, 39 | affirmative proposition can be referred to the "suppositum"; ~whereas 28 1, 39 | essential meaning, are ~referred to the essence, and not 29 1, 41 | The saying may also be referred to ~the created nature assumed 30 1, 42 | again, is one ~relation referred to another by a further 31 1, 42 | better still, this may be referred to Christ in His ~human 32 1, 45 | their entire nature being referred to ~something, are not referred 33 1, 45 | referred to ~something, are not referred by any other relations, 34 1, 45 | of the divine Persons are referred to the ~acts of intellect 35 1, 45 | representation of the trace is to be referred to the ~appropriations: 36 1, 53 | such ~partiality be not referred to the angel's substance, 37 1, 58 | is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some composition or division.~ 38 1, 58 | Or else ~the noon can be referred to their knowledge of God 39 1, 58 | one ~time, one of which is referred to the other; as is evident 40 1, 58 | the evening knowledge is referred ~to the morning knowledge 41 1, 62 | the rational powers are referred to opposites, as the ~Philosopher 42 1, 62 | The rational powers are referred to opposites in the things ~ 43 1, 62 | natural tendency, they are not referred to opposites. For ~the intellect 44 1, 62 | the will of the angels is referred to opposites, as to doing ~ 45 1, 63 | s act, because it is not referred to any ~higher end. But 46 1, 63 | which the last end is to be ~referred: as every desire of a subordinate 47 1, 64 | their own nature, ~when referred to the praise of the Creator, 48 1, 64 | knowledge; ~but if it be not referred to God, as is the case with 49 1, 65 | corporeal forms, must be referred to God as ~the first cause. 50 1, 65 | received into matter are to be referred, not to ~self-subsisting 51 1, 73 | 72], ad 4), the blessing referred to the ~increase by multiplication; 52 1, 75 | sense and intellect, and referred both a corporeal principle, 53 1, 75 | intellect and ~sense; yet he referred both to an incorporeal principle, 54 1, 76 | organs, to which souls he referred the different ~vital actions, 55 1, 77 | Thus knowledge and love as referred to the soul as known and ~ 56 1, 77 | the powers of the soul are referred to their objects and ~to 57 1, 39 | nature. But relation as referred to ~the essence does not 58 1, 39 | way of ~thinking; while as referred to an opposite relation, 59 1, 39 | substance," lest plurality be ~referred to the substance.~Aquin.: 60 1, 39 | Whence, so ~far as it is referred to relation, it is predicated 61 1, 39 | whereas, so far as it is referred to the substance, it is 62 1, 39 | affirmative proposition can be referred to the "suppositum"; ~whereas 63 1, 39 | essential meaning, are ~referred to the essence, and not 64 1, 41 | The saying may also be referred to ~the created nature assumed 65 1, 42 | again, is one ~relation referred to another by a further 66 1, 42 | better still, this may be referred to Christ in His ~human 67 1, 46 | their entire nature being referred to ~something, are not referred 68 1, 46 | referred to ~something, are not referred by any other relations, 69 1, 46 | of the divine Persons are referred to the ~acts of intellect 70 1, 46 | representation of the trace is to be referred to the ~appropriations: 71 1, 54 | such ~partiality be not referred to the angel's substance, 72 1, 59 | is, in an undue manner, ~referred to some composition or division.~ 73 1, 59 | Or else ~the noon can be referred to their knowledge of God 74 1, 59 | one ~time, one of which is referred to the other; as is evident 75 1, 59 | the evening knowledge is referred ~to the morning knowledge 76 1, 63 | the rational powers are referred to opposites, as the ~Philosopher 77 1, 63 | The rational powers are referred to opposites in the things ~ 78 1, 63 | natural tendency, they are not referred to opposites. For ~the intellect 79 1, 63 | the will of the angels is referred to opposites, as to doing ~ 80 1, 64 | s act, because it is not referred to any ~higher end. But 81 1, 64 | which the last end is to be ~referred: as every desire of a subordinate 82 1, 65 | their own nature, ~when referred to the praise of the Creator, 83 1, 65 | knowledge; ~but if it be not referred to God, as is the case with 84 1, 66 | corporeal forms, must be referred to God as ~the first cause. 85 1, 66 | received into matter are to be referred, not to ~self-subsisting 86 1, 72 | 72], ad 4), the blessing referred to the ~increase by multiplication; 87 1, 74 | sense and intellect, and referred both a corporeal principle, 88 1, 74 | intellect and ~sense; yet he referred both to an incorporeal principle, 89 1, 75 | organs, to which souls he referred the different ~vital actions, 90 1, 76 | Thus knowledge and love as referred to the soul as known and ~ 91 1, 76 | the powers of the soul are referred to their objects and ~to 92 1, 77 | respect of which the soul is referred to something ~extrinsic 93 1, 77 | respect of which the soul is referred to ~something extrinsic 94 1, 77 | apprehensions of ~the senses must be referred: and by which, again, all 95 1, 78 | action and the ~passion are referred to the same thing: but not 96 1, 78 | condition of past may be referred to two ~things - namely, 97 1, 78 | movement are ~not to be referred to different powers, but 98 1, 83 | the ~intellect, are not referred to these sensible bodies, 99 1, 83 | have said above (A[1]), he referred ~sciences and definitions 100 1, 92 | of God in ~man is to be referred to eternity. Damascene also 101 1, 92 | to God's image, must be referred to actual ~vision.~Aquin.: 102 1, 95 | another sense mastership is referred in a general sense to ~any 103 1, 103 | the effect ~which is to be referred to the middle causes in 104 1, 113 | ordering thereof are to be referred to God as ~their first author.~ 105 1, 113 | 22:20. For punishment is referred to God ~as its first author. 106 1, 114 | to be separate; while he referred accidents ~to the material 107 1, 114 | and multiform, must be ~referred to the movement of the heavenly 108 1, 115 | fate is something ~real, as referred to the Divine will and power. 109 1, 115 | Reply OBJ 2: Fate is to be referred to the Divine will and power, 110 2, 8 | opposites, but it is not referred to ~them in the same way. 111 2, 8 | Accordingly, the will is referred both to good and ~evil: 112 2, 8 | simple act of a power is referred to that which is in itself 113 2, 8 | not in themselves, but as referred ~to the end. Wherefore the 114 2, 8 | sensibles, to which are referred hearing and sight. But the ~ 115 2, 8 | like ~objects are always referred to the same power; for instance, 116 2, 9 | movement of the will to be referred to ~the movement of the 117 2, 10 | thing: whereas the will is ~referred to opposites. Therefore 118 2, 11 | relatively; simply, if it be referred to nothing else; ~relatively, 119 2, 11 | but is desired, only as ~referred to something else, e.g. 120 2, 11 | of preceding things are referred, may indeed by ~called fruit 121 2, 16 | tends to that which is referred by the reason to something 122 2, 16 | thing to which relation is referred need not come after. Indeed, 123 2, 16 | precedes use, if they be referred to the same ~object. But 124 2, 18 | according as the latter are referred to one active principle, 125 2, 18 | actions, according as they are referred to ~another active principle. 126 2, 19 | that this circumstance is referred to ~the thing willed. And 127 2, 19 | that the circumstance is referred to ~the act of willing. 128 2, 19 | good ~will. But this can be referred to an evil end, for instance, 129 2, 19 | or exterior ~act, may be referred to the intention as its 130 2, 20 | manifold, in so far as it is referred to another ~genus. Thus 131 2, 21 | and can, and has, must be referred to God: and therefore every ~ 132 2, 23 | powers must of necessity be referred to different objects. Much ~ 133 2, 48 | according as it is to ~be referred to love or to anger. Because 134 2, 55 | Therefore ~also human virtue is referred not only to act, but also 135 2, 55 | Reply OBJ 2: Virtue which is referred to being is not proper to 136 2, 55 | only that virtue which is referred to works of reason, which 137 2, 55 | But power is not only ~referred to good, but also to evil: 138 2, 55 | Therefore virtue ~also is referred to good and evil.~Aquin.: 139 2, 55 | evil. ~Therefore virtue is referred not only to good, but also 140 2, 55 | operative habits are always referred to evil, ~as vicious habits: 141 2, 55 | habits: others are sometimes referred to good, sometimes to ~evil; 142 2, 55 | for instance, opinion is referred both to the true and to 143 2, 55 | a habit which is always referred to good: and ~so the distinction 144 2, 55 | habits which are always referred ~to evil, is expressed in 145 2, 56 | either the end, or something referred to the end. ~And therefore, 146 2, 56 | makes the worker good, is referred to the work, ~and consequently, 147 2, 56 | OBJ 2: Further, virtue is referred to good, as is clear from 148 2, 56 | movement of the body is referred to the soul. For this reason 149 2, 57 | aspect of the object is referred to a power ~or habit by 150 2, 60 | pleasure, ~may be taken as referred either to a bodily sense, 151 2, 63 | of his species, ~is to be referred, in a way, to the soul, 152 2, 65 | man work well in things referred to the end, he needs not 153 2, 65 | him well to whatever is referred to the end: for the virtue 154 2, 65 | of those ~things that are referred to the end. Therefore it 155 2, 66 | very fact that they are not referred to ~something else, as a 156 2, 66 | else, as a useful thing is referred to an end, are more ~excellent. 157 2, 69 | findeth wisdom," this must be referred to the reward of the seventh ~ 158 2, 70 | but, in so far as they are referred to ~the end which is eternal 159 2, 71 | however, the prohibition be referred to the natural law, which 160 2, 72 | law. Of these two, one is referred ~essentially to the sinner, 161 2, 72 | inordinateness of the act, is ~referred accidentally to the intention 162 2, 72 | wherefore it is accidentally ~referred to sin on the part of the 163 2, 72 | sinner. Nevertheless it is referred to ~sin by an extrinsic 164 2, 73 | suicide, though this be referred finally ~to some apparent 165 2, 77 | you would" ~are not to be referred to outward deeds, but to 166 2, 77 | do." Or again they may be referred to the will as preceding 167 2, 81 | But it we consider him as ~referred to a principle, then he 168 2, 84 | which "covetousness" is referred. ~These same four vices 169 2, 87 | from the things that are ~referred to it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 170 2, 87 | speaking, they ~are not referred to sin as their cause, except 171 2, 87 | quoted should, seemingly, be referred to ~temporal or bodily punishments, 172 2, 87 | forefathers. Else, if they be ~referred to spiritual punishments, 173 2, 88 | because disorders in things referred to the ~end, are repaired 174 2, 88 | imply a disorder in things referred to the end, the order to ~ 175 2, 88 | therein: ~because what is referred to the end has not the character 176 2, 88 | affecting things that are referred to the end, whereas the ~ 177 2, 89 | that all good works are referred to the love of God, and 178 2, 89 | inordinateness in respect of things ~referred to the end, the due order 179 2, 89 | the fact that the things referred to the ~end are not infallibly 180 2, 90 | mainly law must needs be referred. Now the ~first principle 181 2, 96 | objects of virtues can be referred either to the private good 182 2, 99 | moral ~precepts are to be referred: yet each of them has to 183 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are ~referred to these, as conclusions 184 2, 100 | that all things would ~be referred to God. Consequently man 185 2, 101 | the ceremonial precepts referred to the outward and ~bodily 186 2, 102 | journey. To this also is to be referred the ~command: "In one house 187 2, 104 | But in so far as ~it was referred to the worship of God, it 188 2, 108 | sayings (Mt. 5; Lk. 6), may be referred ~to the preparation of the 189 2, 108 | special need, is to be ~referred to the particular counsels, 190 2, 109 | state of perfect ~nature man referred the love of himself and 191 2, 1 | sufficient motive for those who referred one article to the three ~ 192 2, 1 | arise in the Church are referred," as stated in ~the Decretals [* 193 2, 2 | except in as much as it is referred to God. The ~other is the 194 2, 2 | For the ~First Truth is referred to the will, through having 195 2, 2 | the free-will, if it be ~referred to God, can be meritorious. 196 2, 2 | be meritorious if it be referred to the end of charity, i.e. 197 2, 3 | end they are specifically referred: thus fasting is referred 198 2, 3 | referred: thus fasting is referred specifically ~to the end 199 2, 3 | things that are of faith is referred ~specifically as to its 200 2, 3 | act of faith, ~since it is referred to the end of faith as stated 201 2, 3 | other virtues, must be ~referred to the end of charity, which 202 2, 4 | and such is the evidence referred to in the ~definition of 203 2, 5 | precepts of the Law may be referred either to ~their respective 204 2, 8 | considered in themselves, but, as referred to the ~rule of the eternal 205 2, 9 | except in so far ~as they are referred to the Divine good, which 206 2, 15 | believe Him" - must ~be referred to certain special articles 207 2, 16 | regards secondarily ~and as referred to eternal happiness: just 208 2, 16 | those things which are referred to God, as ~stated above ( 209 2, 16 | secondary end is that which is ~referred to an end. In like manner 210 2, 16 | end, but only as something referred to final ~happiness, so 211 2, 16 | regard to something that is referred to ~its principal object. 212 2, 18 | Joan.). Or else, if it be ~referred to initial fear, this is 213 2, 22 | imperfect, however, unless it be referred to the ~final and perfect 214 2, 22 | does something that is ~referred to that whereby he lacks 215 2, 23 | unfeigned faith," this must be ~referred to the act of charity which 216 2, 23 | manner grace and glory are referred to the same genus, for grace 217 2, 24 | persons, so long as it is ~referred to one good common to all, 218 2, 24 | in so far as they are ~referred to one good common to them 219 2, 24 | considers friendship as referred to those ~with whom we are 220 2, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, charity is referred to God principally, and 221 2, 24 | desire of the wisher is not referred to the man's punishment, 222 2, 24 | so that this ~desire is referred to the removal of the sin, 223 2, 24 | life, to which charity is ~referred, for those spirits whom 224 2, 25 | secondarily about things referred to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 225 2, 26 | qualification "wholly" ~be referred to the thing loved, and 226 2, 27 | charity, to which joy must be ~referred, as its proper act, as stated 227 2, 32 | love of our neighbor is ~referred to our love of God, as stated 228 2, 32 | hatred of our neighbor is referred to our hatred of God. But ~ 229 2, 37 | second power, or ~if it be referred to the first power, not 230 2, 42 | which all things are to be referred. Therefore some kind of ~ 231 2, 42 | understanding ought all to be referred by us to God.~Aquin.: SMT 232 2, 43 | which all others are to be referred as to a ~last end, by knowing 233 2, 57 | Even as legal justice is referred to human common good, so ~ 234 2, 57 | good, so ~Divine justice is referred to the Divine good, to which 235 2, 57 | than ~justice, is always referred to another person. Secondly, 236 2, 59 | his master's chattel, is referred to theft. Voluntary commutations 237 2, 59 | services, this is to be referred to commutative, not distributive, ~ 238 2, 61 | worthy of this gift, is to be referred ~to his person: for instance 239 2, 79 | Reply OBJ 2: Religion is referred to those things one exhibits 240 2, 79 | of fear, but ~that it is referred thereto as to something 241 2, 79 | is properly about things referred to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 242 2, 79 | of sanctity unless it be referred to God. Hence of virginity ~ 243 2, 81 | personally: for they ~are true as referred to the person of the Church, 244 2, 82 | that ~which is without is referred to that which is within 245 2, 87 | manner an oath is chiefly referred to God Whose testimony ~ 246 2, 88 | so that the adjuration is referred to the irrational ~creature 247 2, 88 | Secondly, so that it be referred to the director and ~mover 248 2, 90 | but only that which is ~referred to diverse objects, for 249 2, 90 | worships; and to this must be ~referred "divinatory" superstition, 250 2, 90 | worship: and to this must be referred ~the superstition of certain " 251 2, 92 | things: and to these they referred the names of their gods, 252 2, 97 | it, which ~reverence is referred to God. Therefore whatever 253 2, 99 | parents out of piety is referred by us ~to God; just as other 254 2, 101 | the best, which is ~not referred to an end, but has already 255 2, 101 | towards an image as such is referred to the thing ~represented 256 2, 101 | movement towards an image is ~referred to the image as such, and 257 2, 108 | every statement must be referred to the ~thing stated: and 258 2, 122 | deeds, inasmuch ~as they are referred to God, are professions 259 2, 122 | for instance when it is referred to God, it follows that 260 2, 122 | good in so far as it is referred to God, may be the cause 261 2, 123 | that is opposed to hope ~is referred to another kind, namely 262 2, 126 | fortitude; whereas if they be referred to ~other matters involving 263 2, 126 | thus "magnificence" is referred by the Philosopher (Ethic. 264 2, 126 | thereof; but if they be ~referred to any kind of hardship 265 2, 126 | magnificence and confidence are referred to the accomplishment of 266 2, 126 | annexed to ~fortitude: but as referred to dangers of death, it 267 2, 134 | cause sorrow, is to ~be referred to charity, which loves 268 2, 137 | to fortitude may also be referred to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 269 2, 139 | do not occur in ~the work referred to; Cf. his De Summo Bono 270 2, 139 | that temperance can be referred to them antonomastically.~ 271 2, 143 | is essentially honest, is referred to something else as its 272 2, 143 | desire, and useful, as referred to something else. The pleasant, 273 2, 146 | hunger and thirst are to ~be referred. Besides this there is another, 274 2, 146 | These punishments are to be referred to the vices that ~resulted 275 2, 146 | of these, however, may be referred to the words which may happen 276 2, 146 | will: wherefore it may be referred ~to either vice.~ 277 2, 149 | because, to wit, they are not referred to the due end, and as he 278 2, 151 | by a kind of likeness is ~referred to other matters, so too, 279 2, 151 | this "inconstancy" ~must be referred.] [*The sentence in brackets 280 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 2: The enumeration referred to, includes those sins 281 2, 153 | Further, "Opposites are referred to one same thing" [*Categ. ~ 282 2, 156 | aforesaid distinction may be referred either to the ~passion, 283 2, 156 | mortal sin, in the case referred to by our Lord, as stated 284 2, 172 | saying of Gregory is to be referred to the time before ~Christ' 285 2, 179 | actions: and if these be referred to the quiet of contemplation, ~ 286 2, 179 | actions at all, these will be referred to ~contemplation as their 287 2, 181 | respect of acts that are ~referred to other persons; thus a 288 2, 182 | done aright when they are referred to the love of God, ~and 289 2, 183 | sitting and standing be referred to ecclesiastical ~honors, 290 2, 184 | which in so far as these are referred to God's service and honor 291 2, 184 | and so on, they are ~to be referred to poverty; for the safeguarding 292 2, 185 | reading and prayer ~is to be referred to the private prayer and 293 2, 186 | save in so far as it is referred to the sacred doctrine. 294 3, 1 | Nevertheless, if it is referred to the mercy shown the human 295 3, 3 | knowledge of God, since they referred to the very Person of the 296 3, 7 | is." Or again, it may be referred to the gift which ~is given 297 3, 7 | nature." Thirdly, it may be referred to habitual grace, inasmuch 298 3, 8 | evil one, yet so as to be referred to the head," i.e. the devil.~ 299 3, 9 | Reply OBJ 2: Disposition is referred to perfection in two ways: 300 3, 13 | could not, must not this be ~referred only to His human will which 301 3, 17 | to be taken as if "both" ~referred to the predicate, so as 302 3, 19 | know Him. Yet even this is referred to Christ ~inasmuch as they 303 3, 22 | of the Man Christ may be referred to a twofold ~will. First, 304 3, 22 | ending of life": which can be referred only to the ~Son of God. 305 3, 23 | comparison of Augustine is to be referred to the ~principle because, 306 3, 24 | predestinated" is to be referred to the Person not in ~Himself, 307 3, 24 | qualification, "as Man," can be referred in two ways to the ~action 308 3, 24 | 2/2~Secondly, it may be referred to the very nature of the 309 3, 29 | marriage act, ~if this be referred to carnal intercourse, by 310 3, 32 | efficiency of the Holy Ghost be referred to the body assumed, ~and 311 3, 35 | relation consists "in being referred to another"; ~wherefore 312 3, 35 | and the same relation be referred to extremes which ~are altogether 313 3, 35 | filiation by which Christ is referred to His Mother cannot be 314 3, 37 | victims ~of the old Law are referred, as the figure to the reality. 315 3, 39 | To this also is to be ~referred the dividing of the water 316 3, 39 | the name of the Jordan be ~referred.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 317 3, 39 | be opened. It can also be referred to the imaginary vision, 318 3, 39 | baptism. Lastly, it can be referred to intellectual vision: ~ 319 3, 40 | multiply ten, which may be referred to the entire ~moral code, 320 3, 44 | Moreover, to this must be referred what Luke says (4:30) ~- 321 3, 44 | account: but ~if the glory be referred to God, then we must not 322 3, 46 | Passion: and to this must be referred Lk. 24:26: "Ought not Christ 323 3, 47 | obedience. For ~obedience is referred to a command. But we do 324 3, 47 | by our Lord is not to be ~referred to the rulers among the 325 3, 48 | therefore Christ's works are referred to Himself and to His members 326 3, 48 | in a state of grace are ~referred to himself. But it is evident 327 3, 48 | in holy fellowship, yet ~referred to that consummation of 328 3, 50 | the grace of adoption is referred to a certain affective union. ~ 329 3, 50 | Such forsaking is not to be referred to the dissolving of ~the 330 3, 52 | These words of Peter are referred by some to Christ's ~descent 331 3, 52 | preaching is not to be ~referred to Christ's descent into 332 3, 52 | the masculine gender is referred to the hypostasis or person, 333 3, 52 | Para. 2/2~This can also be referred to the visitation which 334 3, 60 | from medicine are to be ~referred to some first active cause: 335 3, 60 | which pertains to man as referred to God, and the latter ~ 336 3, 72 | visible matter; and this is referred to in the words, "I ~confirm 337 3, 76 | that "when ~our pretense is referred to some significance, it 338 3, 77 | with the teeth is to be ~referred to the sacramental species, 339 3, 78 | to which the intention is referred.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 340 3, 84 | Implicitly in the passage referred to, but ~explicitly Serm. 341 Suppl, 15| affliction of the body is all referred ~to fasting, and whatever 342 Suppl, 17| by the character man is referred to God, whereas by the key ~ 343 Suppl, 17| whereas by the key ~he is referred to his subjects. Therefore 344 Suppl, 17| the object of which act is referred to in the words ~"from the 345 Suppl, 17| difference, according ~as it is referred to different effects, even 346 Suppl, 49| offspring must needs be referred either actually or ~habitually 347 Suppl, 59| of marriage, they must be referred to the severing of mutual ~ 348 Suppl, 72| withering away," etc., should be referred to the good.~Aquin.: SMT 349 Suppl, 73| work miracles. Yet it is referred, not to them, but to the ~ 350 Suppl, 86| not rise in judgment," if ~referred to all sinners, mean that 351 Suppl, 89| saints as He is, if this ~be referred to the mode of the object 352 Suppl, 90| comparison with the joy which referred to God. Moreover, the body' 353 Suppl, 93| is charity, since it is referred ~to the last end, and thus 354 Suppl, 93| says: "This may be rightly referred to the reward of those who 355 Suppl, 96| free altogether if it be referred also to the damned. Hence


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