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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | cannot exist in different times; therefore neither can one ~ 2 1, 10 | occur together, nor can many times exist all at ~once. But 3 1, 10 | But in eternity, days and times are in the plural, for it 4 1, 10 | Words denoting different times are applied to God, because ~ 5 1, 10 | His eternity includes all times; not as if He Himself were 6 1, 26 | Apostle says: "Which in His times He shall show, ~who is the 7 1, 31 | essence, as if we meant three times one; but ~we place the Persons 8 1, 43 | This was done in ~former times with the Fathers and the 9 1, 46 | changed an infinite number of times, from being uninhabitable ~ 10 1, 50 | to Him, and ten thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~ 11 1, 58 | heavenly bodies are at times in potentiality to being 12 1, 58 | the Divine wisdom, they at times form their ~opinions of 13 1, 64 | wicked; because, although at times he does something good, 14 1, 65 | certain heretics of modern times, ~who say that God indeed 15 1, 43 | This was done in ~former times with the Fathers and the 16 1, 47 | changed an infinite number of times, from being uninhabitable ~ 17 1, 51 | to Him, and ten thousands times a hundred thousand stood ~ 18 1, 59 | heavenly bodies are at times in potentiality to being 19 1, 59 | the Divine wisdom, they at times form their ~opinions of 20 1, 65 | wicked; because, although at times he does something good, 21 1, 66 | certain heretics of modern times, ~who say that God indeed 22 1, 83 | intelligence," it follows that at times ~the soul of an individual 23 1, 83 | information from the story ~of times and places?"~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 84 | Plato thought: since at times we ~know a cause through 25 1, 84 | should be secondary: since at times through sensible causes 26 1, 94 | subject to reason; hence at times our passions forestall and ~ 27 1, 94 | reason's judgment; at other times they follow reason's judgment, ~ 28 1, 104 | cut, who nevertheless at times does not ~give the axe its 29 1, 111 | Dan. 7:10: "Ten thousand times a hundred thousand stood 30 1, 111 | added, ~"and ten thousand times a hundred thousand assisted 31 1, 111 | to signify ~"a thousand times a thousand." And because 32 1, 111 | thousand." And because ten times a hundred is a ~thousand, 33 1, 111 | thousand, if it were said "ten times a hundred thousand" it would 34 1, 111 | is written ~"ten thousand times a hundred thousand," we 35 1, 112 | Infidels, also, though at times they perform good works, 36 1, 112 | But God ~forsakes man at times, according to Ps. 21:2: " 37 1, 112 | decree. But it happens at times in various kingdoms or various ~ 38 1, 113 | to tempt: for ~thought at times man tempts thus, he does 39 1, 113 | more therefore at other times do the demons ~perform lying 40 1, 113 | return to life. ~And if at times something of this sort seems 41 1, 114 | matter. Now it ~happens at times that the matter in the human 42 2, 1 | itself an infinite number of times: for I can will ~something, 43 2, 1 | indifferently ~once or several times.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[1] A[5] 44 2, 6 | of an ~animal, whereby at times an animal is moved against 45 2, 8 | to speak"; and again at times we wish for future things, ~ 46 2, 9 | being moved by ~them at times.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[3] 47 2, 22 | loses sickness. At ~other times the contrary occurs: thus 48 2, 23 | difficulty or struggle at times, in acquiring some such 49 2, 25 | precedence: although at times daring or even anger ~regards 50 2, 28 | masters of themselves at times. Therefore love ~does not 51 2, 34 | reason be interrupted at times. We must add, however, that ~ 52 2, 37 | above (A[2]), sorrow at times does not depress ~or consume 53 2, 51 | need to be repeated many times for ~anything to be firmly 54 2, 51 | have ~caused, so also, at times, for the manifestation of 55 2, 56 | against virtue; while at other times they are called virtues ~( 56 2, 56 | movements, by which, at times, they go against reason, 57 2, 58 | reason. But it happens at times that men are virtuous and 58 2, 66 | in relation to different times, or in ~different men. Because 59 2, 69 | shall receive a hundred times ~as much" even "in this 60 2, 71 | together." And ~although at times there may be disease in 61 2, 73 | father's life sins many times." But the kinship of a ~ 62 2, 74 | pleases him; while at other times the delight ~consequent 63 2, 77 | Further, as man sins at times through inordinate love 64 2, 78 | habit ~or a passion, but at times is something else. Moreover, 65 2, 84 | as we have stated many times before (Q[1], A[1], ad 1; 66 2, 88 | it does ~not bind for all times. Consequently everyone who 67 2, 96 | as to matters, and as to times. Because the community of 68 2, 96 | of instances, though at times and less ~frequently it 69 2, 97 | arts, the tenets of former times give ~place to others, if 70 2, 97 | individual. Now it happens at times that a precept, which is 71 2, 98 | Wherefore, after those times, it ~was necessary for a 72 2, 100 | precepts, not binding for all times, they ~can be binding, each 73 2, 101 | were they offered at fixed times: for which reason the solemn 74 2, 102 | was obliged to offer at times. Moreover these birds, on ~ 75 2, 102 | will bless the Lord at all ~times, His praise shall always 76 2, 102 | reason it behooved special times, a special abode, ~special 77 2, 102 | Gentiles put up various times to various gods: and so, ~ 78 2, 102 | of the tabernacle seven times"; for the number seven signified 79 2, 102 | believers; and this "seven times," in token either of ~the 80 2, 102 | inferior degree, who at fixed times served in the temple, should 81 2, 106 | do they live in ~various times. But God, "Who will have 82 2, 106 | have been at hand for all times, so as to be given from 83 2, 106 | places, but not for all times: although at all times there 84 2, 106 | all times: although at all times there have ~been some persons 85 2, 106 | frequent changes, since at times the laws ~were very well 86 2, 106 | well kept, and at other times were altogether unheeded. 87 2, 106 | regard to various ~places, times, and persons, according 88 2, 106 | not for you to ~know the times or moments which the Father 89 2, 107 | But the faith of olden times and of nowadays is the same, 90 2, 107 | shall receive "a hundred times as much . . . in this time, 91 2, 109 | natural ~knowledge. And yet at times God miraculously instructs 92 2, 111 | knowledge of effects, whereby at times he ~needs to manifest causes; 93 2, 112 | privilege reveals this at times to some, in order that the 94 2, 114 | seem impossible since at times meritorious acts are not 95 2, 1 | articles are of faith for all times?~(8) Of the number of articles;~( 96 2, 1 | to be hoped ~for at all times. Therefore, at all times, 97 2, 1 | times. Therefore, at all times, the same things are to 98 2, 1 | those who lived in later times some were known explicitly 99 2, 2 | certain places and at certain ~times. We must, therefore, say 100 2, 2 | Incarnation was ~necessary at all times and for all persons, but 101 2, 2 | according to differences of times and persons. The reason 102 2, 2 | things was necessary at all ~times and for all people: but 103 2, 2 | was not sufficient at all times and for ~all people.~Aquin.: 104 2, 3 | confess one's faith at ~all times and in all places, but in 105 2, 3 | certain places and at certain times, ~when, namely, by omitting 106 2, 3 | unbelievers: but at other times it is not the duty of all 107 2, 8 | itself profitably, for, at ~times, "when the mind is puffed 108 2, 10 | this reason the ~Church, at times, has tolerated the rites 109 2, 10 | their ~parents, although at times past there have been many 110 2, 11 | brother "not" only "till seven times, but till seventy times ~ 111 2, 11 | times, but till seventy times ~seven times," which Jerome 112 2, 11 | till seventy times ~seven times," which Jerome expounds 113 2, 12 | deviseth evil, and at all times he ~soweth discord." Moreover 114 2, 13 | until he has sinned ~many times; for the Philosopher says ( 115 2, 14 | from the ~soul, and yet, at times, it is prevented from exercising 116 2, 14 | of carnal vices are at ~times capable of subtle considerations 117 2, 24 | days shall come dangerous times, men shall be lovers of ~ 118 2, 28 | they may fall upon evil times, as also feeble and timorous 119 2, 30 | send ~him away empty; at times indeed you will give what 120 2, 31 | bind always and for all times. On the other hand, acts 121 2, 31 | brother at all places and times.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 122 2, 31 | been given once or several times, as long as there is ~probable 123 2, 33 | failing that occurs at fixed times is a sin. ~But sloth is 124 2, 33 | occurring at certain fixed times. Now all ~bodily effects, 125 2, 38 | or plundering. In olden times warlike exercises presented 126 2, 41 | according to the requirements of times and ~persons: wherefore 127 2, 56 | observe justice at all ~times and in all cases.~Aquin.: 128 2, 59 | making restitution several times over, because not only did ~ 129 2, 60 | bound to restore several times over the amount he has taken ~ 130 2, 60 | not be restored several times. Now ~sometimes several 131 2, 60 | receive restitution many times over, and because ~sometimes 132 2, 61 | good; for it happens at times that the less holy and less ~ 133 2, 61 | though this sign fail at times: wherefore, according to 134 2, 67 | to judge justly so many times.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 135 2, 71 | none at ~all who do not at times speak from lightness of 136 2, 75 | degree of nature, since at times a horse ~fetches a higher 137 2, 79 | firmness, ~wherefore in olden times the term "sancta" was applied 138 2, 79 | tinctus, since, in olden times, those who wished to be 139 2, 80 | to ~Him. Hence in olden times among the heathens a devotee 140 2, 81 | praying at certain fixed times, ~though interruptedly; 141 2, 83 | On the contrary, At all times and among all nations there 142 2, 83 | a manner befitting the times in which they lived, according 143 2, 83 | Moral. iv, 3) that in olden times original sin was remitted ~ 144 2, 84 | written (Ex. 23:14): "Three times every year you ~shall celebrate 145 2, 84 | certain oblations at fixed times, although this has the character 146 2, 86 | perchance to do it many times.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 147 2, 87 | all conditions and at all times are wont to swear ~by God. 148 2, 92 | found among ~men at all times. Now idolatry was not always, 149 2, 93 | it is lawful to do so at times for the good of ~others, 150 2, 93 | and by this means they, at times, reveal certain future things 151 2, 94 | experiences that certain times, or ~places, hearing of 152 2, 96 | truly or falsely, for at times he has doubts about the 153 2, 97 | thing, wherefore in olden times the rulers of a ~commonwealth 154 2, 98 | redeemed. ~Prelates also at times retain for themselves the 155 2, 104 | advantageously. Now it happens at times that the benefactor is very 156 2, 105 | nevertheless commendable at times that the object of a ~favor 157 2, 108 | those ~who, in prophetical times, are mentioned as being 158 2, 109 | will bless the Lord at all times." There is no need to excuse 159 2, 111 | things. Now it happens at times that a person, by outward 160 2, 112 | whom we dwell, unless at times, for some reason, it be 161 2, 113 | person defamed, since at times ~he defames him in secret, 162 2, 114 | contrary to charity. Whereas at times contradiction ~arises by 163 2, 114 | although quarreling arises at times from ~anger, it may arise 164 2, 115 | money], because in olden times ~men's possessions consisted 165 2, 116 | Therefore ~covetousness is some times a venial sin.~Aquin.: SMT 166 2, 135 | food and the like, which at times call for long endurance. 167 2, 145 | observed at all places and times. Therefore fasting is not ~ 168 2, 145 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the times for the Church fast are 169 2, 145 | It would seem that the times for the Church fast are 170 2, 145 | appointed specially for those ~times, when it behooves man to 171 2, 145 | punish that same body forty ~times. or, because, just as under 172 2, 145 | which are conferred at these times.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 173 2, 145 | anyone were to fast at these times in contradiction to the 174 2, 145 | itself is ~commendable at all times; thus Jerome wrote (Ad Lucin., 175 2, 145 | forbidden to eat several times.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 176 2, 148 | willingly, since he has many times experienced the strength ~ 177 2, 150 | for a vice. Now in olden ~times those were punished who 178 2, 150 | seldom happened in olden times that anyone refrained from 179 2, 150 | were in keeping with the ~times for him to do so. Wherefore 180 2, 150 | with the ~difference of the times: but John was continent 181 2, 150 | those ~women who in these times seek naught else from marriage 182 2, 152 | sisters goes back to olden times, it became all the more 183 2, 152 | be everywhere and at ~all times detested and punished, such 184 2, 166 | thee, spare ~thyself at times: for it becomes a wise man 185 2, 166 | recourse to such things at times. Moreover the ~Philosopher [* 186 2, 166 | latter had done this several times, he asked him whether he ~ 187 2, 166 | Hence it is necessary at ~times to make use of them, in 188 2, 166 | Although jokes are at times fitting and pleasant, nevertheless 189 2, 166 | make use of fun at undue times ~or places, or out of keeping 190 2, 166 | there in accordance with the times, the ~state of which required 191 2, 167 | varies according to different times and places. ~Hence Augustine 192 2, 168 | varies according to different times, as Augustine remarks (De 193 2, 169 | to effects; and then at times the event is ~otherwise 194 2, 172 | same prophet, at different times, receive ~various degrees 195 2, 172 | abroad." Wherefore at all times men ~were divinely instructed 196 2, 172 | the Church; and at all times there have not been lacking 197 2, 174 | 1:1, ~"God Who at sundry times and in divers manners spoke 198 2, 174 | divers manners spoke in times past to the ~fathers by 199 2, 178 | forwards or lag behind many times; others ~fly in a circle 200 2, 182 | and especially at these times, there is nothing so difficult, 201 2, 183 | thou shalt speak." At other times the impediment ~cannot be 202 2, 183 | A[4] Body Para. 2/3~At times, however, it happens in 203 2, 185 | which even lay people ~do at times, and not to those who perform 204 2, 185 | reproved. For in the early times all those who were ~consecrated 205 2, 185 | as on the ~other hand in times of festivity and joy they 206 3, 1 | believe in Him. But in such times and places as His Gospel 207 3, 2 | confess that in these latter times the only-begotten Son ~of 208 3, 10 | amongst other things, all times were made by Him. Now He 209 3, 11 | collative in ~use; as at times those who know, reason from 210 3, 15 | in us these movements, at times, do not remain in the ~sensitive 211 3, 31 | and Melchi, at different times, each begot a son of one 212 3, 31 | the ~life to come: for six times seven are forty-two. The 213 3, 31 | seven days." Now seven times eleven are seventy-seven: 214 3, 31 | they all reigned at various times: which was not the case 215 3, 35 | occurred ~in these latter times for our sake."~Aquin.: SMT 216 3, 35 | who runs at two ~different times, so can He be said to be 217 3, 35 | more ~than two different times, although each signifies 218 3, 36 | make himself known at all times, but at a suitable time; ~ 219 3, 36 | observations, ~who at stated times repaired to the summit of 220 3, 40 | that which is best. But ~at times Christ avoided the crowd 221 3, 49 | certain persons, ~and in times and places, according to 222 3, 50 | it ~does so indirectly at times: thus cold sometimes is 223 3, 52 | It is not according to ~times or places that we say that 224 3, 55 | how ~Christ appeared five times on the very day of His Resurrection: 225 3, 55 | to have appeared several ~times on the other days before 226 3, 55 | for Him to appear several times before them, to ~speak familiarly 227 3, 55 | appeared ~again only five times. For, as Augustine says ( 228 3, 56 | touch with all places and times; and such virtual contact 229 3, 60 | sacraments ~suit different times; just as different times 230 3, 60 | times; just as different times are signified by different ~ 231 3, 63 | sign thereof; thus in olden times ~soldiers who enlisted in 232 3, 65 | but since man is liable at times to both ~corporal and spiritual 233 3, 66 | Rightly were you dipped three times, since you were baptized 234 3, 66 | Rightly were you dipped three times, because you were ~baptized 235 3, 66 | once, whereas he eats many times, so is Baptism ~given once, 236 3, 66 | account of the stress of ~the times the celebration of the mystery 237 3, 68 | of ~intention, since at times they struggle and cry; but 238 3, 68 | Further, it happens at times that some part of the child 239 3, 69 | justification: ~indeed at times it does its best to resist. 240 3, 72 | conf erred in apostolic times by others ~than the apostles 241 3, 72 | were confined to certain times. But where ~it can be done 242 3, 72 | it ~was lawful at all times to prepare the chrism." 243 3, 73 | of the Lord at certain ~times," etc., Chrysostom observes: " 244 3, 73 | that there should be at all times among men something to show 245 3, 76 | sacrament an infinite number ~of times: which is unreasonable; 246 3, 76 | substance of any thing several ~times under its proper dimensions, 247 3, 76 | is Christ's body several times ~under the dimensions of 248 3, 76 | not an infinite ~number of times, but just as many times 249 3, 76 | times, but just as many times as it is divided into parts.~ 250 3, 76 | particle of ~flesh, or at times as a small child. Now it 251 3, 78 | the same in all places or times, but ~various portions have 252 3, 80 | previous thoughts. At other times they arise from some ~internal 253 3, 80 | a ~venial sin. At other times it is due to malice alone 254 3, 80 | Augustine (OBJ[1]). At ~other times such thoughts come of concupiscence 255 3, 80 | evening." For in olden times, the priest celebrated Mass 256 3, 80 | not be baptized several times, but only once, ~because " 257 3, 80 | were to receive it several. times daily; and yet this is not 258 3, 80 | account to communicate several times ~daily, for, by one daily 259 3, 80 | frequently, at least three times in the ~year, namely, at 260 3, 80 | the Church there are fixed times for ~fulfilling Christ's 261 3, 81 | Christ assumed at various times ~the four properties of 262 3, 83 | priest celebrates ~several times a day. Therefore it seems 263 3, 83 | from celebrating several times daily.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 264 3, 83 | the sign of the cross many times over this sacrament.~Aquin.: 265 3, 83 | stretch out his arms at times, to join his hands, ~to 266 3, 83 | Israel ~overcame." That at times he joins his hands, and 267 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Five times does the priest turn round 268 3, 83 | manifested Himself five times on the day of His ~Resurrection, 269 3, 83 | greets the people seven times, ~namely, five times, by 270 3, 83 | seven times, ~namely, five times, by turning round to the 271 3, 83 | touched be washed three times by the priest, holding the 272 3, 84 | forgive him? till seven times?" Jesus ~answered: "I say 273 3, 84 | not to thee, till seven times, but till seventy times ~ 274 3, 84 | times, but till seventy times ~seven times." Therefore 275 3, 84 | till seventy times ~seven times." Therefore also God over 276 3, 84 | Penance is useful, not many times, ~but only once.~Aquin.: 277 3, 84 | Penance can be ~repeated many times.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 278 3, 84 | could be washed several ~times in the laver of Baptism, 279 3, 84 | many blind men ~at various times, and strength to many infirm, 280 3, 84 | For if a man ail a hundred times it is for the physician 281 3, 84 | physician to heal him a ~hundred times: and if he failed where 282 3, 86 | Lk. 7); whereas at other times He sometimes first ~pardons 283 3, 89 | subsequent ~fault, since at times a man justly forfeits through 284 Suppl, 17| priests lack this key at times, through being ~without 285 Suppl, 18| desire for Baptism. At ~other times this disposition does not 286 Suppl, 18| by ~Divine instinct, some times refrains from enjoining 287 Suppl, 22| been excommunicated several times is further ~from the Church' 288 Suppl, 25| gain the indulgence several times a day, ~since they go there 289 Suppl, 25| from untruth, since, at times, indulgences are granted 290 Suppl, 27| without sin: and so if at times they are liable to punishment ~ 291 Suppl, 27| speaking, should be in want at times and in some respect, and ~ 292 Suppl, 29| sacrament ~is said several times during the one administration, 293 Suppl, 29| though it does ensue at times, for which reason James 294 Suppl, 41| bound to ~marry in olden times was lest the human race 295 Suppl, 50| asserts that at various times various persons have been 296 Suppl, 53| to scandal since it is at times somewhat public. Moreover ~ 297 Suppl, 54| impeded marriage at all times: yet this is not true since ~ 298 Suppl, 54| varied according to various times. For at the ~beginning of 299 Suppl, 54| wider play. Hence in ~olden times marriage was forbidden even 300 Suppl, 54| however, towards ~these latter times the prohibition of the Church 301 Suppl, 54| remain equally kin at all times: but it makes carnal intercourse 302 Suppl, 54| or unlawful at different times for different degrees of ~ 303 Suppl, 54| not the ~same at different times: wherefore that which it 304 Suppl, 55| And so the ~laws of bygone times did not forbid the same 305 Suppl, 63| cause which is ~wont at times to incite a person to a 306 Suppl, 64| be forbidden at certain times?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 307 Suppl, 64| holy things, so are certain times holy for the same reason. ~ 308 Suppl, 64| be forbidden at certain times? [*This article is ~omitted 309 Suppl, 64| be forbidden at certain ~times. For marriage is a sacrament: 310 Suppl, 64| is not forbidden at those times. Therefore neither should 311 Suppl, 64| be contracted at those times. Therefore it should not 312 Suppl, 64| celebrate marriages at those times when men ought especially ~ 313 Suppl, 64| spiritual things. Those times are from Advent until the ~ 314 Suppl, 64| celebrated at the aforesaid times, those who have done so " 315 Suppl, 65| debt ~to be paid at all times on being asked for. Hence 316 Suppl, 65| has the same power at all times and places." Now plurality 317 Suppl, 65| it was unlawful at all times.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[65] A[ 318 Suppl, 65| various conditions of persons, times, and other ~circumstances, 319 Suppl, 65| has the same force ~at all times and places; but accidentally 320 Suppl, 65| it may vary at certain times and places, as the Philosopher ( 321 Suppl, 65| natural things. For at all times and ~places the right hand 322 Suppl, 65| have a concubine. Yet at times it has been ~lawful to have 323 Suppl, 67| therefore, could he in olden times.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[67] A[ 324 Suppl, 69| saints have not at all ~times had the same rest after 325 Suppl, 71| pro mort. iii), "In ~olden times the funerals of just men 326 Suppl, 72| darkened, either at various times or all together, in order 327 Suppl, 74| not for you to know the times or ~moments which the Father 328 Suppl, 74| not for you to ~know the times or moments which the Father 329 Suppl, 75| common custom in olden times to burn the bodies of the 330 Suppl, 85| hidden, for ~as much as at times some persons are dealt with 331 Suppl, 85| not for you to know the times or moments which ~the Father 332 Suppl, 88| does ~now; the sun seven times as much as now, and the 333 Suppl, 88| bodies of the blessed ~seven times more than the sun, although 334 Suppl, 93| found ~equally as to all times.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 335 Suppl, 93| which has not been ~at all times praiseworthy. Now it would 336 Suppl, 93| Further, it happens at times that a person is wounded 337 Appen2, 1| who are in mortal sin, at times perform actions, ~generically


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