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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 2: As God works miracles in corporeal things, so 2 1, 43 | apostles for the working of miracles. This, however, is not a 3 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 4: The working of miracles manifests sanctifying grace 4 1, 43 | apostles for the ~working of miracles, because sanctifying grace 5 1, 43 | spirit of prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having from the Holy 6 1, 43 | prophesying or of working ~miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 7 1, 43 | reference to the ~gift of miracles or of prophecy, or in the 8 1, 67 | nature we must not look for miracles, but for what is in ~accordance 9 1, 73 | thing upon the earth." Miracles also are new works, of which 10 1, 73 | thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, all ~things 11 1, 43 | apostles for the working of miracles. This, however, is not a 12 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 4: The working of miracles manifests sanctifying grace 13 1, 43 | apostles for the ~working of miracles, because sanctifying grace 14 1, 43 | spirit of prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having from the Holy 15 1, 43 | prophesying or of working ~miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 16 1, 43 | reference to the ~gift of miracles or of prophecy, or in the 17 1, 68 | nature we must not look for miracles, but for what is in ~accordance 18 1, 72 | thing upon the earth." Miracles also are new works, of which 19 1, 72 | thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, all ~things 20 1, 103 | others, ~the working of miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 21 1, 104 | 8) Of the diversity of miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 22 1, 104 | these things are not called miracles. Therefore not ~everything 23 1, 104 | which we know, ~are called miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 24 1, 104 | not, properly speaking, miracles, because they are ~not of 25 1, 104 | the same ~power of God all miracles are done. Therefore one 26 1, 104 | the highest ~rank among miracles. Secondly, a thing surpasses 27 1, 104 | hold the second rank in miracles. Thirdly, ~a thing surpasses 28 1, 104 | hold the lowest place in miracles. ~Moreover, each of these 29 1, 107 | greatest; by the virtues miracles are wrought; by the powers ~ 30 1, 107 | nature in the working of miracles; after ~these are the "Angels" 31 1, 107 | of Dionysius. For to work miracles holds the ~first place in 32 1, 107 | angels, as ~to guard, to work miracles, to coerce the demons, and 33 1, 107 | these offices; by ~working miracles, by coercing the demons, 34 1, 109 | good or bad angels can work miracles?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 35 1, 109 | for by ~their ministration miracles are sometimes performed. ~( 36 1, 109 | Whether angels can work miracles?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 37 1, 109 | that the angels can work miracles. For Gregory says ~(Hom. 38 1, 109 | virtues by whom signs ~and miracles are usually done."~Aquin.: 39 1, 109 | 79) that "magicians work ~miracles by private contracts; good 40 1, 109 | justice." But magicians work miracles ~because they are "heard 41 1, 109 | Therefore the demons can work miracles. Therefore much ~more can 42 1, 109 | angels and demons ~can work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 43 1, 109 | agents; which is to work ~miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 44 1, 109 | Hence God alone can work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 45 1, 109 | angels are said to work miracles; either because God ~works 46 1, 109 | either because God ~works miracles at their request, in the 47 1, 109 | holy men are said to ~work miracles; or because they exercise 48 1, 109 | kind of ministry in the ~miracles which take place; as in 49 1, 109 | speaking, as said above, miracles are those things ~which 50 1, 109 | these things are called "miracles" ~not in an absolute sense, 51 1, 109 | this way the magicians work miracles through the demons; and 52 1, 109 | Christians, so far as they work miracles by Divine ~justice, are 53 1, 109 | justice, are said to work miracles by "public justice": but 54 1, 112 | visible appearance, or by miracles, or in some such-like way. 55 1, 112 | of God, as likewise that miracles occur outside the order ~ 56 1, 112 | the "Virtues" to work ~miracles in things corporeal; while 57 1, 112 | in Evang.); and to work miracles, which ~belongs to the Virtues. 58 1, 112 | coerce the ~demons, and work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 59 1, 113 | Whether they can work real miracles for the purpose of leading 60 1, 113 | astray by means of real miracles?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 61 1, 113 | astray by means of ~real miracles. For the activity of the 62 1, 113 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, true miracles are wrought by some corporeal 63 1, 113 | demons cannot work real miracles. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] 64 1, 113 | ways. If ~therefore real miracles can be wrought by demons, 65 1, 113 | means of the magic ~art miracles are wrought like those which 66 1, 113 | the demons cannot work ~miracles, nor can any creature, but 67 1, 113 | And thus demons can work miracles, that is, ~things which 68 1, 113 | marvelous to us are not real miracles, they are sometimes ~nevertheless 69 1, 114 | not causal virtues: for ~miracles are outside the scope of 70 1, 114 | separate principle; and because miracles are not ~wrought outside 71 1, 114 | virtues. Likewise neither are ~miracles wrought outside the scope 72 1, 114 | that God ~commands. But miracles are said to be wrought outside 73 1, 116 | ii, 30): "Saints work ~miracles sometimes by prayer, sometimes 74 1, 116 | But in the working of miracles a ~change is wrought in 75 1, 116 | saints are said to work miracles by the power of grace, ~ 76 1, 116 | there ~that they should work miracles by that power?"~Aquin.: 77 2, 102 | Christ's ~preaching and miracles. The feast of Pentecost 78 2, 103 | was preaching and working miracles, the Law and the Gospel 79 2, 107 | both because He worked miracles ~by His Divine power, which 80 2, 107 | and because He ~worked miracles by His Divine power, which 81 2, 108 | profession of faith, or to work ~miracles, or merely to hear His words.~ 82 2, 111 | speaking divers tongues ~are miracles. Again, the interpretation 83 2, 111 | against the working of miracles; and the interpretation 84 2, 111 | another, the working of ~miracles; to another, prophecy; to 85 2, 111 | there is the "working of miracles." ~Secondly, when he can 86 2, 111 | the general ~working of miracles because it has a special 87 2, 111 | end; i.e. by prophecy and miracles and so forth, men ~are induced 88 2, 1 | omnipotence, like all other miracles which are ascribed to ~God' 89 2, 2 | by God and confirmed by miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[1] 90 2, 2 | Divine teaching confirmed by miracles, and, ~what is more, by 91 2, 6 | belief, both by seeing ~miracles, and by hearing the teachings 92 2, 88 | relates to those who work miracles by calling on God: secondly, 93 2, 95 | Further, all those who work miracles by invoking the divine name ~ 94 2, 95 | like deeds, all who work miracles would tempt ~God.~Aquin.: 95 2, 95 | OBJ 2: When saints work miracles by their prayers, they are 96 2, 120 | those of praise, of working miracles, and generally speaking 97 2, 169 | concerned with the working of ~miracles, as a kind of confirmation 98 2, 169 | instance, the working of miracles, and the knowledge of the ~ 99 2, 170 | prophesying, the working of ~miracles, and the casting out of 100 2, 172 | announcement, and the working of miracles, are something consequent ~ 101 2, 172 | OBJ 2: Further, greater miracles were wrought by Josue, who 102 2, 172 | In like manner greater miracles were wrought by Elias, of 103 2, 172 | and the confirmation by miracles. Accordingly Moses was ~ 104 2, 172 | regards the working of ~miracles which he wrought on a whole 105 2, 172 | the thing done; yet the miracles of Moses were greater ~as 106 2, 176 | 178]-182)~OF THE GRACE OF MIRACLES (TWO ARTICLES)~We must next 107 2, 176 | next consider the grace of miracles, under which head there 108 2, 176 | gratuitous grace of working miracles?~(2) To whom is it becoming?~ 109 2, 176 | gratuitous grace of working miracles?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 110 2, 176 | directed to the working ~of miracles. For every grace puts something 111 2, 176 | 1]). Now the working of miracles puts nothing in ~the soul 112 2, 176 | man who receives it since miracles are wrought at the ~touch 113 2, 176 | Therefore the working of miracles does not belong to a gratuitous 114 2, 176 | Spirit." ~Now the working of miracles is effected even by the 115 2, 176 | seem that the working of miracles does not belong to a gratuitous 116 2, 176 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, miracles are divided into "signs," " 117 2, 176 | to reckon the "working of miracles" a gratuitous ~grace, any 118 2, 176 | distinguished from ~the working of miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 119 2, 176 | Further, the working of miracles results from faith - either 120 2, 176 | persons for whose sake ~miracles are wrought, according to 121 2, 176 | And He wrought not many ~miracles there, because of their 122 2, 176 | another, the working of miracles."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] 123 2, 176 | is done by the working of miracles, according to ~Mk. 16:20, " 124 2, 176 | effects which ~are called miracles. Therefore the working of 125 2, 176 | Therefore the working of miracles belongs to a ~gratuitous 126 2, 176 | supernaturally, so the working of miracles extends to all things that 127 2, 176 | the ~principle of working miracles to be a quality abiding 128 2, 176 | that "the saints work ~miracles, sometimes by authority, 129 2, 176 | is speaking there of the miracles to be wrought at ~the time 130 2, 176 | but they will not be real miracles, because they will be ~done 131 2, 176 | whereas the working of miracles which is ascribed to a gratuitous 132 2, 176 | things may be considered in miracles. One is that which ~is done: 133 2, 176 | nature, and in this ~respect miracles are called "virtues." The 134 2, 176 | is the purpose for ~which miracles are wrought, namely the 135 2, 176 | benefit bestowed in all miracles, namely the ~bringing of 136 2, 176 | Reply OBJ 5: The working of miracles is ascribed to faith for 137 2, 176 | so too ~is the grace of miracles necessary that people may 138 2, 176 | Whether the wicked can work miracles?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 139 2, 176 | that the wicked cannot work miracles. For miracles ~are wrought 140 2, 176 | cannot work miracles. For miracles ~are wrought through prayer, 141 2, 176 | that the wicked cannot work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 142 2, 176 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, miracles are ascribed to faith, according 143 2, 176 | good works, cannot work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 144 2, 176 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, miracles are divine attestations, 145 2, 176 | signs and wonders and divers miracles": ~wherefore in the Church 146 2, 176 | based on ~the attestation of miracles. Now God cannot bear witness 147 2, 176 | that wicked men cannot work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 148 2, 176 | the good do not all work miracles. Much less therefore do 149 2, 176 | even the wicked can work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 150 2, 176 | 1/3~I answer that, Some miracles are not true but imaginary 151 2, 176 | A[2] Body Para. 2/3~True miracles cannot be wrought save by 152 2, 176 | virtue. In the ~first way miracles can be wrought by any one 153 2, 176 | even the wicked can work miracles. Hence Jerome commenting 154 2, 176 | prophesying, ~the working of miracles, and the casting out of 155 2, 176 | invoking Whom such great ~miracles are wrought."~Aquin.: SMT 156 2, 176 | Para. 3/3~In the second way miracles are not wrought except by 157 2, 176 | proof of their holiness that miracles are wrought during their ~ 158 2, 176 | by the hand of Paul . . . miracles" and ~"even there were brought 159 2, 176 | prevent a sinner from working miracles by invoking a saint; but 160 2, 176 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Miracles are always true witnesses 161 2, 176 | doctrine never work ~true miracles in confirmation of their 162 2, 176 | sometimes they work true miracles as confirming their teaching, 163 2, 176 | qu. ~79): "Magicians work miracles in one way, good Christians 164 3, 1 | foresaw, would believe in His miracles ~if wrought amongst them, ( 165 3, 2 | of these is glorious with miracles, the other succumbs ~under 166 3, 7 | faith, as the working of ~miracles, and the like. Now of both 167 3, 13 | highest degree the "grace of ~miracles" or works of might. But 168 3, 13 | belong to the grace of miracles; since even the heavenly 169 3, 13 | grace of ~mighty works or miracles is given to the soul of 170 3, 13 | a saint, so that these ~miracles are wrought not by his own, 171 3, 13 | only that He ~might work miracles, but also that He might 172 3, 13 | that they should wish their miracles to be ~hidden; and yet, 173 3, 25 | such relics ~by working miracles at their presence.~Aquin.: 174 3, 27 | wondrous ~manifestation of miracles, was troubled in mind": 175 3, 27 | wisdom; or that she worked miracles, which is the act ~of one 176 3, 27 | wisdom and the grace of miracles and even of ~prophecy, just 177 3, 27 | woman to teach." The use of miracles did not ~become her while 178 3, 27 | was to be confirmed by miracles, and therefore it was befitting 179 3, 27 | His doctrine, ~should work miracles. Hence of John the Baptist 180 3, 27 | therefore, ~just as other miracles are wont to be done, this 181 3, 29 | longer be unique." But ~miracles that are wrought in confirmation 182 3, 29 | observe, ~however, that some miracles wrought by God are the direct 183 3, 29 | of ~faith; such are the miracles of the virginal Birth, the 184 3, 29 | greater merit. Whereas ~other miracles are for the strengthening 185 3, 31 | miraculous, as in those miracles that are ~wrought for the 186 3, 36 | infancy Christ worked many miracles. It seems therefore that 187 3, 36 | says that Christ worked no miracles ~before changing the water 188 3, 36 | 11: "'This ~beginning of miracles did Jesus.' For if He had 189 3, 36 | Jesus.' For if He had worked miracles at an ~early age, there 190 3, 36 | should not begin to work miracles at an ~early age. For people 191 3, 38 | unto ~Christ, who, by many miracles confirmed both His own teaching 192 3, 39 | Christ taught or worked miracles ~before being baptized. 193 3, 39 | for Him to teach, to work miracles, ~and to draw men to Himself 194 3, 40 | 3) His doctrine; (4) His miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] Out. 195 3, 40 | by preaching ~and working miracles, and by leading among men 196 3, 40 | had the testimony also of miracles. Leaving, therefore, John 197 3, 40 | Now that Christ wrought ~miracles was a Divine work: hence 198 3, 42 | to be considered in the miracles ~by which He confirmed His 199 3, 42 | magic art whereby He worked miracles: ~which art is condemned 200 3, 42 | whom they ~deemed to work miracles by the magic art.~ 201 3, 43 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE MIRACLES WORKED BY CHRIST, IN GENERAL ( 202 3, 43 | We must now consider the miracles worked by Christ: (1) In 203 3, 43 | Christ should have worked miracles?~(2) Whether He worked them 204 3, 43 | When did He begin to work miracles?~(4) Whether His miracles 205 3, 43 | miracles?~(4) Whether His miracles are a sufficient proof of 206 3, 43 | Christ should have worked miracles?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 207 3, 43 | Christ should not have worked miracles. For ~Christ's deeds should 208 3, 43 | He should not have worked miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 209 3, 43 | infirmity." But the working of miracles belongs to power ~rather 210 3, 43 | fitting that He should ~work miracles in His first coming.~Aquin.: 211 3, 43 | finisher of faith." But ~miracles lessen the merit of faith; 212 3, 43 | Christ should not have worked miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 213 3, 43 | for this man doth many miracles?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 214 3, 43 | God enables man to work miracles for two reasons. First ~ 215 3, 43 | the Spirit, and worketh miracles among you."~Aquin.: SMT 216 3, 43 | fitting that He should work miracles. Wherefore He Himself says ~( 217 3, 43 | had to be made manifest by miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 218 3, 43 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Miracles lessen the merit of faith 219 3, 43 | they are convinced) by miracles. Yet it is ~better for them 220 3, 43 | converted to the faith even by miracles than that ~they should remain 221 3, 43 | 1~Whether Christ worked miracles by Divine power?~Aquin.: 222 3, 43 | that Christ did not work miracles by Divine power. ~For the 223 3, 43 | not ~omnipotent in working miracles; for it is written (Mk. 224 3, 43 | that "He ~could not do any miracles there," i.e. in His own 225 3, 43 | seems that He did not work miracles by Divine power.~Aquin.: 226 3, 43 | sometimes prayed when ~working miracles; as may be seen in the raising 227 3, 43 | seems that He did not work miracles by Divine power.~Aquin.: 228 3, 43 | that Christ did not work miracles by Divine power.~Aquin.: 229 3, 43 | the FP, Q[110], A[4], true miracles cannot ~be wrought save 230 3, 43 | Divine, which shines forth in miracles; and ~"another," viz. the 231 3, 43 | that "He could not do any miracles there," ~it is not to be 232 3, 43 | unfitting for Him to ~work miracles among unbelievers. Wherefore 233 3, 43 | might prove both, He works miracles ~now with authority, now 234 3, 43 | Whether Christ began to work miracles when He changed water into 235 3, 43 | Christ did not begin to work miracles when He ~changed water into 236 3, 43 | that Christ worked many miracles in His childhood. ~But the 237 3, 43 | then that He began to work miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 238 3, 43 | Further, Christ worked miracles by Divine power. Now He 239 3, 43 | it seems that He ~worked miracles from the very first.~Aquin.: 240 3, 43 | principally on account of His miracles: thus it is ~written (Lk. 241 3, 43 | seems that He worked other miracles before that of the marriage 242 3, 43 | 11): "This beginning of miracles ~did Jesus in Cana of Galilee."~ 243 3, 43 | answer that, Christ worked miracles in order to confirm His 244 3, 43 | unbecoming for Him to work miracles before He began to teach. 245 3, 43 | His ~Godhead by working miracles that men should believe 246 3, 43 | fictitious. For had Christ worked miracles from His early ~years, John 247 3, 43 | Consequently He so worked miracles by ~the Divine power as 248 3, 43 | having seen Him work any miracles," as Gregory ~says in a 249 3, 43 | the need for working miracles arose then, especially when 250 3, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the miracles which Christ worked were 251 3, 43 | It would seem that the miracles which Christ worked were 252 3, 43 | both ~God and man. But the miracles which Christ worked have 253 3, 43 | some have ~worked greater miracles than Christ, for it is written ( 254 3, 43 | Therefore it seems that the miracles which ~Christ worked are 255 3, 43 | But any one of Christ's miracles was one particular work. ~ 256 3, 43 | 1/3~I answer that, The miracles which Christ worked were 257 3, 43 | the way in which He worked miracles - namely, because He ~worked 258 3, 43 | namely, because He ~worked miracles as though of His own power, 259 3, 43 | how He worked countless ~miracles." Hence on Mt. 8:16: "He 260 3, 43 | traversing an unspeakable sea of miracles." ~And thus it was shown 261 3, 43 | would not be confirmed by miracles worked by Divine ~power. 262 3, 43 | dead to life, if other miracles be taken into account, are 263 3, 43 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~As to the miracles worked by others, Christ 264 3, 43 | is proper to God to work miracles by His ~own power, any single 265 3, 44 | Para. 1/1 - OF (CHRIST'S) MIRACLES CONSIDERED SPECIFICALLY ( 266 3, 44 | kind of miracle:~(1) The miracles which He worked in spiritual 267 3, 44 | spiritual substances;~(2) The miracles which He worked in heavenly 268 3, 44 | heavenly bodies;~(3) The miracles which He worked in man;~( 269 3, 44 | He worked in man;~(4) The miracles which He worked in irrational 270 3, 44 | Para. 1/1~Whether those miracles were fitting which Christ 271 3, 44 | It would seem that those miracles were unfitting which Christ ~ 272 3, 44 | life." But we read of no miracles worked by ~Christ in the 273 3, 44 | neither should He have worked ~miracles in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 274 3, 44 | OBJ 2: Further, Christ's miracles were ordained to make known 275 3, 44 | He should not have worked miracles in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 276 3, 44 | OBJ 3: Further, Christ's miracles were ordained to the glory 277 3, 44 | unfitting for Him to work miracles in the demons.~Aquin.: SMT 278 3, 44 | OBJ 4: Further, Christ's miracles are ordained to the salvation 279 3, 44 | should ~have worked such like miracles.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[44] A[ 280 3, 44 | 1/1~I answer that, The miracles worked by Christ were arguments 281 3, 44 | fitting that, among other miracles, He should also ~deliver 282 3, 44 | show forth to men other miracles ~as regards the angels, 283 3, 44 | afterwards, when he saw ~Him work miracles, he had a sort of conjectural 284 3, 44 | now from the power of His miracles He either knew, or rather ~ 285 3, 44 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The miracles which Christ worked in expelling 286 3, 44 | specially to teach and to work miracles for the ~good of man, and 287 3, 44 | that Christ should work miracles in the heavenly ~bodies?~ 288 3, 44 | that Christ should work ~miracles in the heavenly bodies. 289 3, 44 | that Christ should work miracles in ~life and when teaching, 290 3, 44 | God," by which He worked miracles; and because His miracles 291 3, 44 | miracles; and because His miracles were ~in confirmation of 292 3, 44 | Christ having ~worked any miracles in the heavenly bodies during 293 3, 44 | should He have worked any miracles in the heavenly bodies.~ 294 3, 44 | it behooved Christ's ~miracles to be a sufficient proof 295 3, 44 | that Christ should ~work miracles even in the heavenly bodies.~ 296 3, 44 | this he points out four miracles. The first is that ~the 297 3, 44 | was ~need for yet greater miracles in the greater lights of 298 3, 44 | 1~Whether Christ worked miracles fittingly on men?~Aquin.: 299 3, 44 | seem that Christ worked miracles unfittingly on men. For ~ 300 3, 44 | Now Christ worked many ~miracles on bodies, but we do not 301 3, 44 | read of His working any miracles on ~souls: for neither did 302 3, 44 | convincing them with outward miracles, nor is it ~related of Him 303 3, 44 | it seems ~that He worked miracles on men in an unfitting manner.~ 304 3, 44 | 43], A[2]), Christ worked miracles by ~Divine power: to which 305 3, 44 | it seems that He worked miracles on men unfittingly.~Aquin.: 306 3, 44 | OBJ 4: Further, Christ's miracles were worked in order to 307 3, 44 | commanded others to proclaim the miracles worked on them; thus it 308 3, 44 | end for which ~Christ's miracles were worked was the health 309 3, 44 | did this pertain to His miracles, ~but to the end of His 310 3, 44 | but to the end of His miracles. In like manner by the Divine 311 3, 44 | are different from visible miracles, yet do they testify to ~ 312 3, 44 | signs and wonders and divers miracles, and distributions ~of the 313 3, 44 | Nevertheless Christ did work some miracles on the soul of man, ~principally 314 3, 44 | pertains to the end of ~miracles, but also by outwardly drawing 315 3, 44 | observed concerning Christ's miracles that ~generally what He 316 3, 44 | Chrysostom says: "Christ's miracles are ~such as to far surpass 317 3, 44 | 43], A[2]), Christ worked miracles by ~Divine power. Now "the 318 3, 44 | 1~Whether Christ worked miracles fittingly on irrational 319 3, 44 | seem that Christ worked miracles unfittingly on ~irrational 320 3, 44 | Christ should have worked miracles ~also on brute animals.~ 321 3, 44 | But Christ ~worked some miracles in the heavens, as stated 322 3, 44 | should also have worked miracles in the air ~and water, such 323 3, 44 | therefore, unfitting that in His miracles Christ made use of ~creation: 324 3, 44 | the loaves. Therefore His miracles ~in regard to irrational 325 3, 44 | As stated above, Christ's miracles were ordained to the ~end 326 3, 44 | it behooved Him to work ~miracles on every kind of creature, 327 3, 44 | since He had worked many ~miracles on the bodies of men, there 328 3, 44 | no need for Him to work miracles ~on the bodies of brute 329 3, 44 | OBJ 3: Christ also worked miracles befitting to Himself in 330 3, 46 | some other ~things made by miracles are better than others, 331 3, 47 | computed among His other ~miracles. Accordingly it is written ( 332 3, 53 | Further, among the other miracles which happened during the ~ 333 3, 55 | assertion ~supported by miracles. As to the angels who appeared, 334 3, 77 | miraculously, because the miracles ~which occur in this sacrament 335 3, 78 | 2: No creature can work miracles as the chief agent. yet 336 3, 84 | intended for the working of miracles, namely, that by the contact 337 3, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the miracles whereby our Lord healed 338 Suppl, 6 | nature, or in the working of miracles, or in the revelation of ~ 339 Suppl, 37| Gospel; the "working of ~miracles" to the subdeacon, who sets 340 Suppl, 67| supernatural, as in the case of miracles: and in this way there can 341 Suppl, 67| also happens in regard to miracles. ~Accordingly, if the indissolubility 342 Suppl, 71| differ from those of the miracles of the Divine power as Augustine 343 Suppl, 72| that order the working of miracles which ~especially will be 344 Suppl, 73| whom ~it belongs to work miracles. Yet it is referred, not


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