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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 6 | De Trin. ii) that, the Trinity of the ~divine persons is " 2 1, 11 | the unity of the Divine Trinity holds the first place."~ 3 1, 27 | TREATISE ON THE MOST HOLY TRINITY (QQ[27]-43)~THE PROCESSION 4 1, 27 | treat of what belongs to the Trinity of the persons in God. ~ 5 1, 28 | that, "Relation in the ~Trinity of the Father to the Son, 6 1, 28 | relation multiplies the trinity." Therefore, if ~the relations 7 1, 28 | there would ~be no real trinity in God, but only an ideal 8 1, 28 | in God, but only an ideal trinity, which is the error ~of 9 1, 30 | same magnitude as the whole Trinity, as we shall show ~further 10 1, 31 | 1) Concerning the word "Trinity";~(2) Whether we can say 11 1, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether there is trinity in God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 31 | would seem there is not trinity in God. For every name in 13 1, 31 | relation. But this name "Trinity" does not signify ~the substance; 14 1, 31 | another. Therefore the word "Trinity" is not to be applied ~to 15 1, 31 | OBJ 2: Further, this word "trinity" is a collective term, since 16 1, 31 | unity. Therefore this word "trinity" does not apply ~to God.~ 17 1, 31 | Therefore neither ~is there trinity in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 18 1, 31 | own essence. Therefore, if Trinity exists in ~God, it exists 19 1, 31 | is the Father. But the ~Trinity cannot be called trine; 20 1, 31 | erroneous. Therefore the word trinity is not ~to be applied to 21 1, 31 | Athanasius says: "Unity in Trinity; and Trinity in Unity is 22 1, 31 | Unity in Trinity; and Trinity in Unity is to be revered."~ 23 1, 31 | I answer that, The name "Trinity" in God signifies the determinate ~ 24 1, 31 | we should use the word trinity; because what is indeterminately 25 1, 31 | plurality, is signified by trinity in a determinate manner.~ 26 1, 31 | etymological sense, this word "Trinity" seems to ~signify the one 27 1, 31 | three persons, according as trinity may ~mean trine-unity. But 28 1, 31 | say that the Father is the Trinity, as He is not three persons. ~ 29 1, 31 | first sense, ~this word "trinity" is like other collective 30 1, 31 | them, because in the divine Trinity not only is ~there unity 31 1, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: "Trinity" is taken in an absolute 32 1, 31 | is not triplicity, but ~Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 33 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 4: In the divine Trinity is to be understood both 34 1, 31 | numbered. So when we say, "Trinity in Unity," we do not place ~ 35 1, 31 | hand, we say ~"Unity in Trinity"; meaning that the nature 36 1, 31 | Reply OBJ 5: When we say, "Trinity is trine," by reason of 37 1, 31 | cannot be said that the Trinity is trine; otherwise ~it 38 1, 31 | it follows that, if the Trinity be trine, there would be 39 1, 31 | three ~"supposita" of the Trinity; as when we say, "God is 40 1, 31 | used, when we speak of the Trinity we ~must proceed with care 41 1, 31 | Now, in treating of the Trinity, we ~must beware of two 42 1, 31 | error of Arius, who placed a Trinity of substance with ~the Trinity 43 1, 31 | Trinity of substance with ~the Trinity of persons; and the error 44 1, 31 | is a ~wise God; and the Trinity is a wise God. But Augustine 45 1, 31 | Father is God alone, or the ~Trinity is God alone, unless some 46 1, 31 | as, for instance, "The Trinity is God Who alone is God." 47 1, 31 | God alone, ~but that the Trinity is God alone, he speaks 48 1, 31 | to the Father, but to the Trinity alone.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 49 1, 31 | Father, but to the whole Trinity, as ~Augustine expounds ( 50 1, 32 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the trinity of the divine persons can 51 1, 32 | It would seem that the trinity of the divine persons can 52 1, 32 | said many things ~about the trinity of persons, for Aristotle 53 1, 32 | truth." So even to prove the Trinity some have ~brought forward 54 1, 32 | x, 11,12) to prove the trinity of persons by the procession 55 1, 32 | AA[1],3). Therefore the trinity of persons can be known 56 1, 32 | divine tradition ~of the Trinity is superfluous. Therefore 57 1, 32 | superfluous. Therefore the trinity of persons can be ~known 58 1, 32 | voice is silent." But the trinity of the divine persons is ~ 59 1, 32 | given, it follows that the trinity ~of persons cannot be known 60 1, 32 | to the knowledge of the ~Trinity by natural reason. For, 61 1, 32 | God is common to the whole Trinity; ~and hence it belongs to 62 1, 32 | then, tries to prove the trinity of ~persons by natural reason, 63 1, 32 | know the mystery of the trinity of ~the divine persons by 64 1, 32 | reasons avail to prove the Trinity; as, when ~assumed to be 65 1, 32 | however, think ~that the trinity of persons is adequately 66 1, 32 | unity of the essence ~or the trinity of the persons. But the 67 1, 32 | of the essence, nor the trinity of the persons; for neither 68 1, 32 | relation ~alone multiplies the Trinity, it would follow that the 69 1, 32 | of essence, and trine by trinity of persons, nevertheless 70 1, 32 | than any as regards the Trinity": to which mystery the ~ 71 1, 32 | divinely taught, as the trinity and ~unity of God, the Incarnation 72 1, 33 | is common to the ~whole Trinity; for we say "Our Father" 73 1, 33 | Our Father" to the whole Trinity. Therefore ~"Father" comes 74 1, 33 | the Son, and the ~whole Trinity is our Father, or the creature' 75 1, 34 | so that ~thus the whole Trinity is "spoken" in the Word; 76 1, 35 | The Godhead of the ~Holy Trinity and the Image whereunto 77 1, 35 | divine nature of the Holy Trinity is the ~Image to whom man 78 1, 35 | one image of ~the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 79 1, 36 | applicable to the whole Trinity: because by 'spirit' the 80 1, 36 | destroys the Faith in the Trinity. Therefore the ~Son and 81 1, 37 | the third person in the ~Trinity; whereas as regards the 82 1, 39 | relation multiplies ~the Trinity of persons," some have thought 83 1, 39 | quoted, that "the same ~Trinity is a thing supreme."~Aquin.: 84 1, 39 | persons"; or "God is the Trinity." For it is false to say, " 85 1, 39 | proposition, "God is the Trinity," cannot be verified of ~ 86 1, 39 | For the Father is not ~the Trinity; nor is the Son; nor is 87 1, 39 | So to say, "God is ~the Trinity," is false.~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 39 | God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 89 1, 39 | divine nature, "God is the Trinity," ~is untrue, nevertheless 90 1, 39 | persons. For although ~the trinity of persons cannot be proved 91 1, 39 | Moses, "I am Who am," ~the Trinity spoke, then Moses could 92 1, 39 | cannot be ~common to the Trinity, but is proper to the Son.~ 93 1, 39 | De Trin. vi, 10): "In the Trinity, ~the Holy Ghost, the sweetness 94 1, 40 | Relation alone multiplies ~the Trinity of the divine persons."~ 95 1, 42 | Arians do, who sunder the Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees 96 1, 43 | But by grace the whole Trinity dwells in us according to 97 1, 43 | I answer that, The whole Trinity dwells in the mind by sanctifying ~ 98 1, 43 | showing forth the ~whole Trinity. Therefore the Holy Ghost 99 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Although the whole Trinity makes those creatures, still ~ 100 1, 43 | in that sense the whole ~Trinity sends the person sent. This 101 1, 45 | creation is common to the whole Trinity, or proper to any ~one Person?~( 102 1, 45 | Whether any trace of the Trinity is to be found in created 103 1, 45 | is ~common to the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 104 1, 45 | necessarily found a trace of the Trinity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 105 1, 45 | necessarily found a ~trace of the Trinity. For anything can be traced 106 1, 45 | through its traces. But ~the trinity of persons cannot be traced 107 1, 45 | there is no trace of the Trinity in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 108 1, 45 | Therefore if the ~trace of the Trinity is found in creatures according 109 1, 45 | created has a trace of the Trinity, it ~follows that we can 110 1, 45 | can find a trace of the Trinity in each of these ~(properties): 111 1, 45 | found a trace not of the Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~ 112 1, 45 | that "the trace of ~the Trinity appears in creatures."~Aquin.: 113 1, 45 | the representation of the Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch 114 1, 45 | is found the trace of the Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature 115 1, 45 | that the ~trace of the Trinity is found in every creature, 116 1, 45 | arrive at a knowledge of ~the trinity of the divine persons from 117 1, 46 | above of the ~mystery of the Trinity (Q[32], A[1]). The reason 118 1, 56 | the intellect; whereas the Trinity alone ~can penetrate the 119 1, 59 | that the image of ~the Trinity is found in the soul according 120 1, 61 | the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; unto which the sinning 121 1, 68 | is applied to the Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light and the 122 1, 74 | creation and of formation, the Trinity of Persons is ~implied. 123 1, 37 | the third person in the ~Trinity; whereas as regards the 124 1, 39 | relation multiplies ~the Trinity of persons," some have thought 125 1, 39 | quoted, that "the same ~Trinity is a thing supreme."~Aquin.: 126 1, 39 | persons"; or "God is the Trinity." For it is false to say, " 127 1, 39 | proposition, "God is the Trinity," cannot be verified of ~ 128 1, 39 | For the Father is not ~the Trinity; nor is the Son; nor is 129 1, 39 | So to say, "God is ~the Trinity," is false.~Aquin.: SMT 130 1, 39 | God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 131 1, 39 | divine nature, "God is the Trinity," ~is untrue, nevertheless 132 1, 39 | persons. For although ~the trinity of persons cannot be proved 133 1, 39 | Moses, "I am Who am," ~the Trinity spoke, then Moses could 134 1, 39 | cannot be ~common to the Trinity, but is proper to the Son.~ 135 1, 39 | De Trin. vi, 10): "In the Trinity, ~the Holy Ghost, the sweetness 136 1, 40 | Relation alone multiplies ~the Trinity of the divine persons."~ 137 1, 42 | Arians do, who sunder the Trinity by ~distinguishing degrees 138 1, 43 | But by grace the whole Trinity dwells in us according to 139 1, 43 | I answer that, The whole Trinity dwells in the mind by sanctifying ~ 140 1, 43 | showing forth the ~whole Trinity. Therefore the Holy Ghost 141 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Although the whole Trinity makes those creatures, still ~ 142 1, 43 | in that sense the whole ~Trinity sends the person sent. This 143 1, 46 | creation is common to the whole Trinity, or proper to any ~one Person?~( 144 1, 46 | Whether any trace of the Trinity is to be found in created 145 1, 46 | is ~common to the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 146 1, 46 | necessarily found a trace of the Trinity?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 147 1, 46 | necessarily found a ~trace of the Trinity. For anything can be traced 148 1, 46 | through its traces. But ~the trinity of persons cannot be traced 149 1, 46 | there is no trace of the Trinity in ~creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 150 1, 46 | Therefore if the ~trace of the Trinity is found in creatures according 151 1, 46 | created has a trace of the Trinity, it ~follows that we can 152 1, 46 | can find a trace of the Trinity in each of these ~(properties): 153 1, 46 | found a trace not of the Trinity but of the ~unity of essence.~ 154 1, 46 | that "the trace of ~the Trinity appears in creatures."~Aquin.: 155 1, 46 | the representation of the Trinity by way of ~image, inasmuch 156 1, 46 | is found the trace of the Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature 157 1, 46 | that the ~trace of the Trinity is found in every creature, 158 1, 46 | arrive at a knowledge of ~the trinity of the divine persons from 159 1, 47 | above of the ~mystery of the Trinity (Q[32], A[1]). The reason 160 1, 57 | the intellect; whereas the Trinity alone ~can penetrate the 161 1, 60 | that the image of ~the Trinity is found in the soul according 162 1, 62 | the heaven of the Blessed Trinity; unto which the sinning 163 1, 69 | is applied to the Blessed Trinity, Who is the Light and the 164 1, 73 | creation and of formation, the Trinity of Persons is ~implied. 165 1, 78 | that the image of the ~Trinity is in the higher part of 166 1, 92 | in man according to the Trinity of Persons?~Aquin.: SMT 167 1, 92 | exist in man as to ~the Trinity of Persons. For Augustine 168 1, 92 | the Godhead of the Holy Trinity; and one is the ~image to 169 1, 92 | that which is common in the Trinity." Therefore the image ~of 170 1, 92 | Essence, and not of the Trinity of Persons.~Aquin.: SMT 171 1, 92 | in man regards, not the Trinity ~of Persons, but the unity 172 1, 92 | image of God as to the ~Trinity of Persons; since man can 173 1, 92 | knowledge man could know the Trinity of the ~Divine Persons; 174 1, 92 | would not be an image of the Trinity, but only of the Son.~Aquin.: 175 1, 92 | Nature and as regards ~the Trinity of Persons; for also in 176 1, 92 | great difference between the trinity within ourselves and ~the 177 1, 92 | ourselves and ~the Divine Trinity. Therefore, as he there 178 1, 92 | rather than ~believe, the trinity which is in ourselves; whereas 179 1, 92 | rather ~than see that God is Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 180 1, 92 | it, but that the Divine Trinity made man to Its image, ~ 181 1, 92 | that is, of the whole Trinity. When it is said that God " 182 1, 92 | mind there exists in us a trinity by reason of which we are 183 1, 92 | reason there must be another trinity in ~the others.~Aquin.: 184 1, 92 | in them of the ~uncreated Trinity. For as to the likeness 185 1, 92 | Likewise ~as the uncreated Trinity is distinguished by the 186 1, 92 | an image of the uncreated Trinity, by a certain ~representation 187 1, 92 | imaginary vision we may ~find a trinity, as Augustine says (De Trin. 188 1, 92 | assigns the image of the ~Trinity in the soul to "memory, 189 1, 92 | Further, the image of the Trinity always remains in the soul. 190 1, 92 | xi, 2 seqq.) assigns the trinity in ~the lower part of the 191 1, 92 | imaginative. Therefore, also, the trinity in the mind, by ~reason 192 1, 92 | the image of the ~Divine Trinity is to be found in the soul, 193 1, 92 | chiefly, the image of the Trinity is to be found in the acts 194 1, 92 | consequently, the image of the Trinity may be considered as existing 195 1, 92 | a mind. Therefore, this trinity is the same as that ~which 196 1, 92 | Augustine observed this trinity, first, as existing in the ~ 197 1, 92 | assigns the image of the ~Trinity pre-eminently to these three, 198 1, 92 | the image of the Divine Trinity more in actual understanding 199 1, 92 | even thus the image of the Trinity exists in the soul in a ~ 200 1, 92 | the image of the Divine Trinity is in the soul only by comparison ~ 201 1, 92 | the image of the Divine Trinity is in the soul ~not only 202 1, 92 | the image of the ~Divine Trinity is to be found in the soul, 203 1, 92 | the ~image of the Divine Trinity is in our mind as regards 204 1, 92 | 4) that "when we seek ~trinity in the soul, we seek it 205 1, 92 | Therefore the image of the Trinity is ~to be found in the soul, 206 1, 92 | therefore, the image of the Trinity is found in the soul by 207 1, 92 | the image of the Divine Trinity in ~the soul some kind of 208 1, 92 | perceive ~this, we perceive a trinity, not, indeed, God, but, 209 1, 92 | soul we may see a kind of trinity, not, however, ~as though 210 1, 92 | required to make up the ~trinity," as he adds in the same 211 1, 92 | temporal things, "although a trinity may be ~found; yet the image 212 2, 99 | cannot reach, such as the ~Trinity of the Godhead; but also 213 2, 102 | the heaven of the Blessed Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 214 2, 108 | instance, belief in the Trinity. Therefore it should also 215 2, 1 | we now believe about the Trinity, according to ~1 Cor. 13: 216 2, 1 | Godhead, and, by faith, the Trinity. On ~the other hand, in 217 2, 1 | eternal life. Such are the Trinity ~of Persons in Almighty 218 2, 1 | article refers; secondly, the trinity of the Persons, to which 219 2, 2 | salvation to believe in the Trinity ~explicitly?~(9) Whether 220 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the ~Trinity?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 221 2, 2 | believe ~explicitly in the Trinity. For the Apostle says (Heb. 222 2, 2 | without believing in the Trinity. ~Therefore it was not necessary 223 2, 2 | believe explicitly in the Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 224 2, 2 | the Godhead: and so the Trinity was not believed ~explicitly.~ 225 2, 2 | believe ~explicitly in the Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 226 2, 2 | In the Old Testament the Trinity of Persons is ~expressed 227 2, 2 | in manifestation of the Trinity: "Let us make man to Our 228 2, 2 | salvation to believe in the Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 229 2, 2 | Christ, without faith in the Trinity, since the mystery of Christ ~ 230 2, 2 | with the mystery of the ~Trinity. And consequently, when 231 2, 2 | faith in the mystery of the Trinity: and all who are ~born again 232 2, 2 | by the invocation of the ~Trinity, according to Mt. 28:19: " 233 2, 2 | Christ's coming, faith in the Trinity lay hidden in ~the faith 234 2, 2 | be understood without the Trinity of Persons: but as ~understood 235 2, 2 | understood ~without the Trinity of Persons. Moreover the 236 2, 13 | applicable to the whole Trinity, each Person of which is 237 2, 13 | one of the Persons of the Trinity, in which ~sense blasphemy 238 2, 68 | given to understand that Trinity wherein is perpetual stability 239 2, 81 | since we beseech the Blessed Trinity "to have mercy on ~us," 240 2, 81 | Thus in the collect of Trinity Sunday the words, "Almighty 241 2, 82 | genuflection represents ~the Trinity of Persons, not a difference 242 2, 145 | For ~the Creator is the "Trinity," Father, Son, and Holy 243 2, 169 | such as the mystery of the ~Trinity, which was revealed by the 244 2, 172 | grace the mystery of the ~Trinity was revealed by the Son 245 2, 178 | doctrine of the mystery of the Trinity. Now only the ~last of these 246 3, 2 | incarnation of one of the Holy Trinity, God the Word, the Holy ~ 247 3, 2 | God the Word, the Holy ~Trinity received no augment of person 248 3, 2 | on the contrary, in the Trinity we say one Person and ~another ( 249 3, 2 | this belongs to the whole Trinity - to wit, ~to be the active 250 3, 3 | it. For "the works of the Trinity are ~inseparable," as Augustine 251 3, 8 | indwelling, since ~"the Trinity alone dwells in the mind" ( 252 3, 10 | Summo Bono ~i, 3) that "the Trinity is known only to Itself 253 3, 10 | communicates with the Holy Trinity in that ~knowledge of Itself 254 3, 10 | Itself which is proper to the Trinity. Now this is the ~knowledge 255 3, 10 | reckoned with the Divine Trinity in the ~knowledge of Itself, 256 3, 16 | absolutely, belongs to the whole ~Trinity and to each of the Persons. 257 3, 16 | would follow that the ~whole Trinity and each of the Persons 258 3, 16 | Father," or "God ~is the Trinity." Therefore, if it is true 259 3, 16 | Father," or "Man is the Trinity." But ~these are false. 260 3, 17 | as in the mystery of the Trinity there are three Persons ~ 261 3, 17 | the mystery of the Divine Trinity the Divine Nature is ~predicated, 262 3, 17 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the Trinity, although there are three 263 3, 20 | Eccles. Dogm. iv, "in the Trinity there is no dependence or ~ 264 3, 23 | is fitting that the whole Trinity should adopt?~Aquin.: SMT 265 3, 23 | unfitting that the whole Trinity should adopt. For ~adoption 266 3, 23 | Father," we address the whole Trinity: as is the case with the ~ 267 3, 23 | befitting to the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 268 3, 23 | is ~common to the whole Trinity, by reason of the oneness 269 3, 23 | it ~belongs to the whole Trinity to adopt men as sons of 270 3, 23 | not the Son of the whole Trinity, as we are. ~Aquin.: SMT 271 3, 23 | though common to the ~whole Trinity, is appropriated to the 272 3, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the Trinity there are three Who are 273 3, 25 | one honor is given to the Trinity and only one to ~Christ, 274 3, 32 | Trin. i), "The works of the Trinity are indivisible, just as 275 3, 32 | just as the ~Essence of the Trinity is indivisible." But the 276 3, 32 | I answer that, The whole Trinity effected the conception 277 3, 32 | indeed common to the whole ~Trinity; yet in some way it is attributed 278 3, 32 | the children ~of the whole Trinity, and consequently of the 279 3, 32 | nor ~even of the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 280 3, 32 | which flows from the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 281 3, 34 | the Son, and the whole ~Trinity sanctifies men through the 282 3, 34 | says in his book on the Trinity (Gregory: ~Regist. ix, Ep. 283 3, 38 | had full knowledge of the Trinity. ~Therefore these had no 284 3, 39 | is implied faith in the Trinity, while ten signifies the ~ 285 3, 39 | invocation and the power of the Trinity; according to Mt. 28:19: " 286 3, 39 | 17: "The mystery of the Trinity is shown forth in Christ' 287 3, 39 | And just as ~the whole Trinity made both the dove and the 288 3, 40 | wisdom. The Creator is the Trinity, the Father, the Son, and ~ 289 3, 45 | the operation of the whole Trinity was made ~manifest, because 290 3, 45 | regeneration, the whole Trinity appears - the Father in 291 3, 48 | Truth belongs to the entire ~Trinity. Therefore it is not proper 292 3, 48 | Christ as man; but to the Trinity as to the ~first and remote 293 3, 48 | be ascribed to the whole Trinity ~as its first cause.~Aquin.: 294 3, 59 | it belongs to the entire Trinity to be Lord over ~creatures. 295 3, 59 | is common to the ~entire Trinity, which is quite true: still 296 3, 60 | Virgin as in the name of the Trinity, by which baptism is ~consecrated: 297 3, 63 | into the soul by the whole Trinity; wherefore it is written ( 298 3, 63 | Character, whereby the created trinity is sealed with the likeness 299 3, 63 | creating and re-creating Trinity, and distinguishing him 300 3, 63 | But the ~image of the Trinity in the soul is seen in the 301 3, 66 | and this ~is the Blessed Trinity; and the instrumental cause, 302 3, 66 | with the invocation of ~the Trinity, the sacrament is validly 303 3, 66 | compared to ~the Blessed Trinity. For this reason the Trinity 304 3, 66 | Trinity. For this reason the Trinity is mentioned rather than ~ 305 3, 66 | conferred in the name of the Trinity: ~therefore also in the 306 3, 66 | baptized in the name of the Trinity, ~or only in the name of 307 3, 66 | the name of the Blessed Trinity, when they come in ~quest 308 3, 66 | with the invocation of the Trinity. And consequently whatever 309 3, 66 | the full invocation of the Trinity, destroys the integrity 310 3, 66 | imply or to believe in the Trinity, unless the Trinity be ~ 311 3, 66 | the Trinity, unless the Trinity be ~expressed in sensible 312 3, 66 | sanctification of our Baptism, the Trinity was ~present in sensible 313 3, 66 | namely, because the ~whole Trinity is implied in the name of 314 3, 66 | baptized in the name ~of the Trinity. Rightly were you dipped 315 3, 66 | namely, that in Baptism the Trinity of ~Persons should be signified, 316 3, 66 | each one in the name of the Trinity and also with trine ~immersion." 317 3, 66 | call on the ~name of the Trinity, so is it essential to baptize 318 3, 66 | single immersion: since the Trinity can be represented in the 319 3, 66 | s burial, and also the ~Trinity of Persons.~Aquin.: SMT 320 3, 66 | notions ~concerning the Trinity, holding that Christ is 321 3, 66 | baptize in the ~name of the Trinity, but in memory of Christ' 322 3, 66 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The Trinity acts as principal agent 323 3, 66 | the matter. Wherefore the Trinity is signified in ~Baptism 324 3, 66 | is it essential for the Trinity to ~be signified by the 325 3, 66 | neither on the ~part of the Trinity, nor on the part of Christ' 326 3, 66 | account of the mystery of the ~Trinity, yet it is reputed as one 327 3, 66 | baptize in ~the name of the Trinity. Wherefore Gregory, writing 328 3, 66 | baptized in the name of the ~Trinity, such as the Bonosians and 329 3, 66 | conferred in the name of the Trinity." ~On the other hand, as 330 3, 66 | confession of the name of the Trinity are ~to be received as already 331 3, 67 | child in the name of the Trinity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 332 3, 67 | baptized ~in the name of the Trinity, they must not be rebaptized." 333 3, 67 | rebaptize in the name of the Trinity." And the reason of this 334 3, 68 | if the invocation of the Trinity be ~omitted, as stated above ( 335 3, 68 | baptized in the name of the Trinity, come back to Holy Church, 336 3, 72 | which cause is the Blessed Trinity: and ~this is expressed 337 3, 83 | held faith in the Holy ~Trinity": in fact, those outside 338 3, 83 | make no steps ~towards the Trinity." Or else by the angel we 339 Suppl, 17| power is in the Divine ~Trinity by authority; hence some 340 Suppl, 17| may be conformed to the Trinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 341 Suppl, 17| is the minister of the ~Trinity, to have three keys: and 342 Suppl, 29| mercy, but rather of the Trinity and of the Passion. Therefore 343 Suppl, 34| by the invocation of the Trinity, as in the other sacraments.~ 344 Suppl, 86| nature, although the whole Trinity ~will judge by authority. 345 Suppl, 92| the bride is the whole ~Trinity, since that which is effected 346 Suppl, 92| creatures belongs to the whole ~Trinity. Hence in spiritual marriage 347 Suppl, 92| wherein is the image of the Trinity in respect of ~the memory,


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