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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | possess it, both of which ~pertain to the will. Hence in every 2 1, 19 | and especially does this pertain to the divine will, from 3 1, 20 | consider those things that pertain absolutely to the will of ~ 4 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: Two things pertain to the care of providence - 5 1, 22 | which Boethius ~speaks, pertain to the certainty of providence, 6 1, 22 | foreseen; but they do not pertain ~to the necessity of the 7 1, 77 | sensible qualities does not pertain ~to the senses, but to the 8 1, 78 | them or not, they seem to pertain to the memory only. And 9 1, 102 | Lord": and both of these pertain to ~government. For to the 10 1, 103 | annihilation of things does not ~pertain to the manifestation of 11 1, 116 | consider those things which pertain to the action of ~man, who 12 2, 4 | 2: Just as hope and love pertain to the will, because it 13 2, 22 | true and the false," which pertain to knowledge, "are not in 14 2, 22 | comparison to things that pertain to defect. Because in things ~ 15 2, 24 | controlled by reason, they pertain to virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 16 2, 26 | But ~natural love seems to pertain rather to the natural powers, 17 2, 30 | rational concupiscence may pertain to the sensitive appetite. ~ 18 2, 31 | desire, which seems to pertain more to concupiscence of 19 2, 32 | since ruling and presiding pertain ~to the excellence of a 20 2, 33 | For ~expansion seems to pertain more to love, according 21 2, 33 | Therefore expansion does not pertain to pleasure. ~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 38 | remedies as these ~seem to pertain to the outward senses and 23 2, 40 | opponents": which ~seems to pertain to experience. Therefore 24 2, 46 | Cicero mentions, seems to pertain to ~the first species of 25 2, 47 | But these things seem to ~pertain to defect. Therefore defect 26 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Two things pertain to the appetite, viz. movement 27 2, 68 | The directive gifts which pertain to the reason are more ~ 28 2, 71 | since external acts also pertain to the substance of sin, 29 2, 72 | according to the flesh seems to pertain to the nature of ~carnal 30 2, 72 | greedily, daintily.' Now these pertain ~to various circumstances, 31 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 2: Good and evil pertain to the will as its proper 32 2, 81 | Consequently those things that pertain directly to the ~individual, 33 2, 83 | of original sin seems to pertain more ~to that part of the 34 2, 92 | OBJ 3: To reward may also pertain to anyone: but to punish ~ 35 2, 94 | inclination to things that ~pertain to him more specially, according 36 2, 98 | giving of such a law does not pertain ~to God, to Whom "none is 37 2, 100 | while other matters, which pertain ~to the well-being of perfect 38 2, 100 | God, while the other seven pertain to the love of ~our neighbor. 39 2, 100 | conduct towards others pertain directly to the common good, 40 2, 101 | precepts; since they do not ~pertain to the pronouncing of judgment 41 2, 101 | Yet they seem in no way to pertain to the ~worship of God. 42 2, 101 | precepts are those which ~pertain to solemnities; as though 43 2, 101 | things ~besides solemnities pertain to the worship of God. Therefore 44 2, 101 | and not ~only those that pertain to the worship of God. Therefore 45 2, 101 | only those ~precepts which pertain to Divine worship are called 46 2, 101 | precepts are not those which pertain ~to the worship of God.~ 47 2, 101 | people in ~those things that pertain to God . . . and . . . shew 48 2, 101 | called ~ceremonial, which pertain to the Divine worship. The 49 2, 101 | and other such ~matters, pertain to a certain preparation 50 2, 101 | worship God: and to this pertain the ~"observances," for 51 2, 101 | Law: all of which things pertain to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS 52 2, 102 | ceremonies of the Old Law that pertain to holy things. For Paul 53 2, 102 | use of those things ~that pertain to divine worship. And thus, 54 2, 102 | Again, all things that pertain to the Incarnation of Christ ~ 55 2, 106 | contain only such things as pertain to ~the grace of the Holy 56 2, 108 | are essential to virtue, pertain to the moral precepts, which ~ 57 2, 108 | OBJ 3: Further, counsels pertain to the life of perfection. 58 2, 108 | flesh"; and honors, which pertain to the "pride of life," 59 2, 109 | especially in ~regard to such as pertain to faith, of which the Apostle 60 2, 110 | and reconciliation do not pertain ~to general peace, but that 61 2, 110 | many other of God's ~gifts pertain to grace. And hence the 62 2, 111 | Further, to cooperate seems to pertain to the inferior agent, and ~ 63 2, 111 | whereby He moves us to ~good pertain to grace. Therefore grace 64 2, 114 | habits to which the means pertain, as was said above (Q[9], ~ 65 2, 1 | the Godhead, while others pertain to the mystery of ~Christ' 66 2, 4 | pertains to the will, does not ~pertain directly to faith, so as 67 2, 7 | obscurity of faith does not pertain to the impurity of ~sin, 68 2, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, more gifts pertain to the intellect than to 69 2, 8 | faith, while all the others pertain to the appetite. Therefore ~ 70 2, 8 | faith, seemingly, does not pertain to understanding more than 71 2, 8 | all the other things that pertain to the other ~powers.~Aquin.: 72 2, 9 | creatures, this seems to pertain to "knowledge," to ~which 73 2, 11 | heresy would seem not to pertain to the understanding, but 74 2, 11 | understanding, it would seem ~not to pertain to the flesh. Now heresy 75 2, 12 | seem that apostasy does not pertain to unbelief. For ~that which 76 2, 12 | sins, does not, seemingly, pertain to ~unbelief, since many 77 2, 12 | Therefore apostasy does not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 12 | Therefore apostasy does not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 79 2, 12 | Therefore apostasy does ~not pertain to unbelief.~Aquin.: SMT 80 2, 12 | external words or deeds pertain to unbelief, in so far as 81 2, 14 | soul: whereas carnal sins ~pertain to the corruption of the 82 2, 15 | knowledge and ~understanding pertain to cognition. Now cognition 83 2, 18 | the gift of fear, which pertain to the moderate use of ~ 84 2, 19 | chiefly the things which pertain to that passion: so that 85 2, 20 | Now presumption ~seems to pertain to inordinate fear, for 86 2, 24 | of ~charity because they pertain to God, he loves also himself 87 2, 24 | oneself the good things which pertain to the perfection ~of reason: 88 2, 26 | with him. Now the first two pertain to goodwill. ~Therefore 89 2, 29 | each one such benefits as pertain to the matter in which, ~ 90 2, 38 | kind of deception, seem to pertain to injustice. Therefore 91 2, 42 | faith - such are those which pertain to the worship ~of God: 92 2, 42 | Now ~a venial sin does not pertain to the love of God. Therefore 93 2, 46 | the lower ~powers, which pertain to use.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 94 2, 47 | understanding does ~not pertain to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 95 2, 47 | Therefore shrewdness ~does not pertain to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 96 2, 48 | which, accordingly, do not pertain to prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 97 2, 50 | but only such things as pertain to action, in which practical ~ 98 2, 51 | Therefore inconstancy does not ~pertain to imprudence.~Aquin.: SMT 99 2, 51 | duplicity does not seem to pertain to ~lust, but rather to 100 2, 52 | Therefore negligence does not ~pertain to imprudence.~Aquin.: SMT 101 2, 53 | the flesh, which seems to pertain to carnal prudence, ~diminishes 102 2, 53 | evil end, it would seem to pertain to carnal or ~worldly prudence. 103 2, 53 | included everything that ~can pertain to false prudence, so that 104 2, 53 | Further, guile seems to pertain chiefly to the tongue, according ~ 105 2, 53 | Therefore guile does not pertain to craftiness.~Aquin.: SMT 106 2, 53 | things does not always pertain to craftiness. Therefore 107 2, 53 | seem that fraud does not pertain to craftiness. For a ~man 108 2, 54 | opposed to prudence, do not ~pertain to injustice in the same 109 2, 54 | guile are, which ~latter pertain to injustice~Aquin.: SMT 110 2, 54 | relate to acts of justice ~pertain to the execution of prudence, 111 2, 54 | calumny and fraudulent selling pertain to the execution of ~craftiness.~ 112 2, 55 | Now right [jus] ~does not pertain to Divine things, but only 113 2, 55 | the master and the ~father pertain to a household, as stated 114 2, 56 | that all acts of virtue can pertain to justice, ~in so far as 115 2, 57 | wit, as even external acts pertain both to justice ~and to 116 2, 58 | consequently does not seem to pertain to the injury of ~another 117 2, 58 | even as neither ~does it pertain to the intellect's perfection 118 2, 59 | Therefore this does not pertain to ~justice.~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 59 | regarding the community pertain to legal justice. ~Therefore 120 2, 61 | to a poor ~man seems to pertain to respect of persons, according 121 2, 61 | judicial sentences ~seem to pertain chiefly to commutative justice. 122 2, 62 | to those matters which ~pertain to this life which is ruled 123 2, 63 | Hence in no case does it pertain to a person to take anyone' 124 2, 63 | consequently in certain cases can pertain to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 125 2, 78 | this sense three things pertain to friendship, namely, ~" 126 2, 78 | Liberality" would seem ~to pertain to "humanity."~Aquin.: SMT 127 2, 79 | relegit], the things which pertain to the ~worship of God," 128 2, 79 | religion ~as eliciting which pertain to the reverence of God 129 2, 79 | truth." Now external acts pertain, not to the spirit ~but 130 2, 79 | would seem above all ~to pertain to temperance which repels 131 2, 81 | something else, wherefore they pertain to the reason to which ~ 132 2, 81 | for another things that pertain to eternal life. For this 133 2, 82 | Further, acts of the body pertain to sensible knowledge: whereas ~ 134 2, 86 | vow. Now it would seem to pertain to ~the same virtue to promise 135 2, 90 | contempt of those things that ~pertain to the worship of God. The 136 2, 90 | the demons: ~and thus they pertain to compacts made with them.~ 137 2, 93 | and things that are divine pertain to holiness ~rather than 138 2, 93 | divination itself would seem to ~pertain to a certain intelligence 139 2, 93 | frequently, and these do not pertain to ~divination. But there 140 2, 93 | divination does not seem to pertain to undue worship. ~Therefore 141 2, 93 | Therefore it does not pertain to superstition.~Aquin.: 142 2, 95 | Such are the vices which pertain to ~contempt or irreverence 143 2, 97 | consider the vices which pertain to irreligion, whereby ~ 144 2, 100 | common ~good. Now our kindred pertain to the private good, which 145 2, 100 | their worship does not pertain to observance, but to ~piety, 146 2, 101 | remuneration." Now both ~of these pertain to spiritual things. Therefore 147 2, 102 | a matter of precept, and pertain to no other virtue, such ~ 148 2, 105 | does something that may pertain to ingratitude. But formal ~ 149 2, 107 | of justice, and does not pertain directly to this truth of ~ 150 2, 107 | does this truth directly pertain to ~this virtue, but only 151 2, 107 | something concerning us, and ~pertain to this virtue, in this 152 2, 107 | the truth of doctrine may pertain ~to this virtue, as well 153 2, 108 | good, for instance if it pertain to ~the perfection of science 154 2, 112 | friends." Now it seems to pertain to ~simulation that a person 155 2, 114 | For quarreling seems to pertain to discord, ~just as contention 156 2, 114 | together, and this seems to pertain ~to discord, which is contrary 157 2, 115 | is taught that does not pertain to virtue. Therefore ~liberality 158 2, 115 | beneficence and mercy, ~which pertain to charity, as state above ( 159 2, 115 | liberality does not properly pertain to ~temperance.~Aquin.: 160 2, 115 | nature ~of goodness seems to pertain mostly to liberality, since " 161 2, 115 | wherefore it ~seems to pertain to charity, the greatest 162 2, 116 | fraud and falsehood seem to pertain to the ~same thing, namely, 163 2, 119 | second beatitude does not ~pertain to the gift of piety.~Aquin.: 164 2, 120 | of the ~decalogue do not pertain to justice alone.~Aquin.: 165 2, 120 | precepts of the decalogue pertain to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 120 | the decalogue must needs pertain to ~justice. Wherefore the 167 2, 120 | decalogue, and therefore pertain to justice.~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 120 | precepts of the decalogue pertain to charity as their ~end, 169 2, 121 | thereto; (4) the precepts that pertain to it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 170 2, 121 | of which ~cases seem to pertain to act rather than to moral 171 2, 122 | Therefore martyrdom does not pertain to perfection.~Aquin.: SMT 172 2, 122 | but also the other virtues pertain to justice. Therefore other ~ 173 2, 124 | attain those things that pertain ~to Divine fear and love.~ 174 2, 126 | Now ~magnificence seems to pertain to liberality; since both 175 2, 126 | But hope does ~not seem to pertain to fortitude, but is rather 176 2, 126 | mind. Constancy may also pertain to ~perseverance, so that 177 2, 132 | Therefore magnificence seems to pertain to justice, ~which is about 178 2, 134 | of death: whereas ~it may pertain to patience to endure any 179 2, 135 | that constancy does not pertain to perseverance. For ~constancy 180 2, 135 | Therefore constancy does not pertain ~to perseverance.~Aquin.: 181 2, 135 | only in great ~deeds, which pertain to magnificence. Therefore 182 2, 135 | Therefore constancy does not pertain to perseverance.~Aquin.: 183 2, 135 | regards. ~Hence constancy may pertain to both.~Aquin.: SMT SS 184 2, 137 | thirsting after justice pertain to ~the act of justice. 185 2, 138 | toils of the present life pertain to patience and ~perseverance, 186 2, 139 | passions, those passions which pertain to avoidance of evil, presuppose 187 2, 139 | same genus would seem to pertain ~to the matter of a particular 188 2, 139 | essentially results ~therefrom pertain to the touch. Hence the 189 2, 140 | do any of ~these things pertain to the vice of insensibility, 190 2, 142 | shamefacedness may also ~pertain to other virtues.~Aquin.: 191 2, 143 | 13). But honesty seems to pertain ~rather to exterior conduct, 192 2, 144 | considered in ~themselves, do not pertain to the kingdom of God, since 193 2, 146 | precepts of the Decalogue pertain specially to justice and ~ 194 2, 149 | the matter of ~chastity, pertain to the touch, it seems that 195 2, 149 | together ~with "fastings" which pertain to abstinence.~Aquin.: SMT 196 2, 149 | the other senses do not pertain to the ~maintenance of man' 197 2, 151 | thoughtlessness and rashness ~pertain to imprudence, which is 198 2, 152 | wherefore it would appear to pertain to seduction. We may also 199 2, 152 | an injury would seem to pertain to ~injustice rather than 200 2, 153 | the pleasures of which pertain to the touch. Therefore ~ 201 2, 153 | pleasures of touch, which pertain to the concupiscible ~power. 202 2, 155 | good." Now this seems to pertain to mercy or piety which 203 2, 157 | according to us, would seem to pertain to the gifts of the Holy 204 2, 159 | placed before those which pertain to inward ~actions.~Aquin.: 205 2, 159 | humility those things that pertain to other virtues, since, ~ 206 2, 160 | Wherefore pride must ~needs pertain in some way to the irascible 207 2, 160 | other things apparently pertain to pride, which are ~not 208 2, 160 | first two species of pride pertain to ingratitude. ~To excuse 209 2, 162 | dignity does not, ~seemingly, pertain to his punishment. But the " 210 2, 165 | Further, it would seem to pertain to curiosity to inquire 211 2, 166 | wherefore it would seem to ~pertain to affability, which the 212 2, 169 | the virtues and vices that pertain to ~men of all conditions 213 2, 169 | consider those things ~which pertain especially to certain men. 214 2, 169 | observed that some of them pertain to knowledge, ~some to speech, 215 2, 169 | seem that prophecy does not pertain to knowledge. For it ~is 216 2, 169 | Therefore prophecy does ~not pertain to knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 217 2, 169 | seem that prophecy does not pertain to ~knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 218 2, 169 | that ~prophecy does not pertain to the intellect more than 219 2, 169 | unchangeable truth." Now issues pertain to future contingencies. ~ 220 2, 172 | which vision and dreams pertain, rather ~than according 221 2, 172 | deeds mentioned there do not pertain to the ~prophetic revelation, 222 2, 173 | speaking, rapture cannot ~pertain to the appetitive, but only 223 2, 173 | Accordingly ecstasy may pertain to the appetitive power, 224 2, 174 | those gratuitous graces that pertain to speech, and ~(1) the 225 2, 178 | Whether the moral virtues pertain to the contemplative life?~( 226 2, 178 | Creator." Now desire and ~love pertain to the affective or appetitive 227 2, 178 | Whether the moral virtues pertain to the contemplative life?~ 228 2, 178 | seem that the moral virtues pertain to the contemplative ~life. 229 2, 178 | seem that the moral virtues pertain to ~the contemplative life.~ 230 2, 178 | seems that the moral virtues pertain to the contemplative life.~ 231 2, 178 | the moral virtues do not pertain to the contemplative life.~ 232 2, 178 | that the moral virtues pertain to active but not to contemplative ~ 233 2, 178 | Yet all these apparently pertain to contemplation. ~Therefore 234 2, 178 | final act. Some of these ~pertain to the reception of principles, 235 2, 178 | truth, and the other three pertain to His ~effects. Therefore 236 2, 178 | last of these would seem to pertain to the divine truth. Therefore 237 2, 178 | 2,3) that four ~things pertain, in a certain order, to 238 2, 178 | discover nor grasp, ~which pertain to the sublime contemplation 239 2, 179 | works of the moral virtues pertain to the active ~life?~(2) 240 2, 179 | actions of the moral virtues pertain to the active life?~Aquin.: 241 2, 179 | moral virtues do not all ~pertain to the active life. For 242 2, 179 | moral ~virtues do not all pertain to the active life.~Aquin.: 243 2, 179 | of moral virtue do not pertain to the active life.~Aquin.: 244 2, 179 | the moral virtues ~do not pertain to the active life.~Aquin.: 245 2, 179 | acts of the moral virtues pertain to the active life.~Aquin.: 246 2, 179 | seem that prudence does not pertain to the active life. ~For 247 2, 179 | that prudence ~does not pertain to the active life.~Aquin.: 248 2, 179 | the intellectual virtues pertain to the ~contemplative life. 249 2, 179 | since wisdom or knowledge pertain to the contemplative life, 250 2, 179 | to which external actions pertain.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[181] A[ 251 2, 181 | Uprightness as such does not pertain to the notion of ~state, 252 2, 181 | relation to such occupations as pertain to ~spiritual freedom or 253 2, 182 | consider those things that pertain to the state of ~perfection 254 2, 182 | solemnity to those ~things that pertain to perfection. Moreover 255 2, 183 | and doing like things that pertain to ~the episcopal office: 256 2, 183 | altogether the ~things that pertain to perfection. Therefore 257 2, 183 | the regular observances pertain to the yoke of the ~rule. 258 2, 183 | bound to those things which pertain to the lower degree: ~thus 259 2, 184 | salvation does not seemingly pertain to ~perfection. But religion 260 2, 184 | ceremony to God would seem to pertain to the ~ministry of holy 261 2, 184 | keep all the ~counsels that pertain to the state of perfection.~ 262 2, 184 | virtuously: ~and so this does not pertain to the perfection of life.~ 263 2, 184 | seem ~that poverty does not pertain to religious perfection.~ 264 2, 184 | obedience would seem not to pertain to ~religious perfection.~ 265 2, 184 | but also in those which pertain specially to ~religious 266 2, 184 | neighbor, and so forth, should pertain to the ~religious state, 267 2, 184 | for instance things ~that pertain to the acts of the virtues; 268 2, 185 | of mendicancy does ~not pertain to sin, but it may pertain 269 2, 185 | pertain to sin, but it may pertain to humility, as stated above.~ 270 2, 186 | essential vows of religion pertain to the ~practice of religion 271 2, 186 | oneself, and thus it may pertain ~to perfection, when it 272 2, 186 | in meat and drink, which pertain to ~hunger and thirst, than 273 2, 186 | given to common goods may pertain to charity, although it ~ 274 2, 187 | things are the counsels which pertain to the perfection of life, ~ 275 3, 2 | accidental difference may pertain ~to the same hypostasis 276 3, 2 | Further, whatever does not pertain to the nature or the essence ~ 277 3, 2 | But human nature does not pertain to the Divine Essence or ~ 278 3, 7 | glory of the body does not pertain to beatitude as ~being that 279 3, 7 | of the ~faithful does not pertain to the perfection of Christ, 280 3, 7 | four gifts would seem to pertain to the contemplation ~of 281 3, 7 | fulness, to him it does not pertain to have ~it by participation. 282 3, 7 | and the like, all of which pertain to gratuitous graces: since 283 3, 7 | this respect it ~does not pertain to Him to have grace, but 284 3, 7 | knowing, this does not pertain to prophecy, since they 285 3, 7 | i.e. it has whatsoever can pertain to the nature ~of grace, 286 3, 7 | as having whatever can pertain to the nature of light.~ 287 3, 8 | things." ~Hence they did not pertain to Christ's body, and therefore 288 3, 8 | is the Head of all who ~pertain to the Church in every place 289 3, 11 | 18,31,39. But it does not pertain to the ~perfection of the 290 3, 11 | Therefore it does not pertain to the perfection of human 291 3, 13 | of these ~transmutations pertain to the soul neither in the 292 3, 15 | chief evil, since these pertain ~to reason which is supreme 293 3, 15 | secondary goods ~of man, which pertain to the body, or to the exterior 294 3, 15 | or to obtain it, does not pertain ~to man's body, but to his 295 3, 16 | nature; yet it does ~not pertain to God. Therefore what belongs 296 3, 17 | or nature which does not pertain to the ~personal being of 297 3, 17 | since "being white" does not pertain to the personal being of 298 3, 17 | being animated - all ~these pertain to the one person of Socrates, 299 3, 18 | the will does not seem to pertain to nature: for natural ~ 300 3, 18 | race, although ~it did not pertain to it to will this for the 301 3, 20 | which seem more ~properly to pertain to the Person or the hypostasis. 302 3, 21 | Further, prayer would seem to pertain to that which desires what ~ 303 3, 24 | grace; and this seems to pertain to ~the nature of an exemplar. 304 3, 28 | unreal. Now it seems to pertain ~not to a true but to an 305 3, 30 | step." But these cannot ~pertain to other than bodily vision. 306 3, 33 | superhuman way those things that pertain to man: this is shown in 307 3, 35 | but not those things ~that pertain to the Person. But filiation 308 3, 41 | for such support, it can pertain to the sin of gluttony. 309 3, 44 | man's will. Nor did this pertain to His miracles, ~but to 310 3, 44 | Further, miraculous works pertain to the work of Divine ~providence 311 3, 45 | outline of a body seems to pertain ~to the figure. Now the 312 3, 51 | burial in no wise seem to ~pertain to our instruction - as 313 3, 63 | respect of ~those actions that pertain to the Divine worship, rather 314 3, 66 | superfluous, since ~they pertain to the sacrament's wellbeing, 315 3, 68 | drilled in those things that pertain to the ~Christian mode of 316 3, 69 | thirst, and ~the like, pertain to the nature, from the 317 3, 72 | to do those things which pertain to his own ~salvation, forasmuch 318 3, 72 | to do those things which pertain to the spiritual combat ~ 319 3, 80 | xxvi, 6): "All things that ~pertain to piety are to be given 320 3, 83 | some others are done which pertain to ~the devotion and reverence 321 3, 85 | cause pleasure, and which pertain to temperance, and those 322 3, 86 | acts of ~the penitent which pertain to the virtue of penance, 323 Suppl, 29| all; but other words which pertain to the ~well-being thereof, 324 Suppl, 32| commit inwardly the sins that pertain to those members, though ~ 325 Suppl, 40| the ministers, while some pertain to the higher ministers 326 Suppl, 41| although those which naturally pertain to things Divine nowise 327 Suppl, 41| that those things which pertain to the ~preservation of 328 Suppl, 49| Consequently both these things pertain to faith, although the Book 329 Suppl, 49| offspring" and "faith" pertain to ~matrimony as directed 330 Suppl, 49| since the ~marriage goods pertain to grace or virtue. Yet 331 Suppl, 50| without the things that pertain to its ~solemnization it 332 Suppl, 50| impediments to those things that ~pertain to the solemnization of 333 Suppl, 52| sleep, and do such things as pertain to the needs of his body, 334 Suppl, 52| wife in those things which ~pertain to the act of nature; in 335 Suppl, 59| Now ~those things that pertain to the natural law are determinable 336 Suppl, 65| dictated by natural reason and pertain to man alone are not said 337 Suppl, 67| this preparation does not pertain to the first intention of ~ 338 Suppl, 70| internal, those, namely, which pertain to the ~intellective part, 339 Suppl, 71| to assist the dead, which pertain ~chiefly to the communication 340 Suppl, 71| from ~Him." Now the like pertain to the burial service. Therefore 341 Suppl, 72| they see those things that pertain to the ~perfection of their 342 Suppl, 78| eat, drink, sleep, beget, pertain to ~the animal life, being 343 Suppl, 80| accidents, all of ~which pertain to the integrity of nature. 344 Suppl, 83| taken from them that can pertain to their ~perfection, therefore 345 Suppl, 86| Thrones, which would seem to pertain to the judicial power, since 346 Suppl, 87| Now majesty and ~power pertain to glory. Therefore He will 347 Suppl, 88| imperfect: although it may pertain to the perfection of a body 348 Suppl, 92| xlviii) that the following ~pertain to the soul's beatitude: " 349 Suppl, 92| temporal happiness. For they pertain either, as "security," to ~ 350 Suppl, 95| nor will anything that can pertain to sorrow be lacking, so


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