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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | seed it may happen that a ~child is born unlike its father 2 1, 51 | person born is not the ~child of a demon, but of a man.~ 3 1, 52 | person born is not the ~child of a demon, but of a man.~~ 4 1, 78 | affection which unites the child and its ~parent." Wherefore 5 1, 84 | true as regards time, for a child ~can distinguish man from 6 1, 88 | for if that were so, a child's soul would have no means 7 1, 92 | that which ~unites this child with its parent." From which 8 1, 98 | doubts it ~possible for a child to have, by Divine power, 9 1, 98 | effect on the body (of the child). Especially was this the 10 1, 99 | must be alike in parent and child, unless nature fails in 11 1, 99 | exist alike in parent and child. ~Now original righteousness, 12 1, 103 | may be said to preserve a child, whom he guards from ~falling 13 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a child has a rational soul for 14 1, 112 | is appointed ~to guard a child before its birth, for they 15 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 3: As long as the child is in the mother's womb 16 1, 112 | guards the mother guards the child while in the womb. But at ~ 17 1, 113 | he nevertheless becomes a child of the devil thereby, in 18 1, 116 | power over the ~soul of a child that he had slain, and that 19 1, 116 | pretended to be the soul of the child whom the magician had slain.~ 20 1, 118 | imperfect than the body of a child. Nor does it occur by creation 21 2, 46 | transmitted from parent to child, than a disposition to ~ 22 2, 81 | transmitted from parent to child - thus a ~leper may beget 23 2, 81 | soul is passed on to the ~child, through the transmission 24 2, 81 | of origin from parent to child, and ~granted that even 25 2, 81 | fact that the stain on the child's soul ~is not in its will, 26 2, 81 | human nature from parent ~to child, and with that nature, the 27 2, 81 | account, inasmuch as the child, as to its body, is part 28 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The child pre-exists in its father 29 2, 82 | that sought the life of the child"; ~or by the fact that all 30 2, 82 | transmits original sin to the child." But the act of generation 31 2, 83 | nature is transmitted to the child. But ~original sin can nowise 32 2, 83 | generative power ~of the child, but by the act of the parental 33 2, 83 | does not follow that the child's generative power is the ~ 34 2, 87 | Lord to blaspheme . . . the child that is born to thee shall 35 2, 87 | above, in so ~far as the child is the father's property, 36 2, 89 | fix the time at which a child is first ~able to commit 37 2, 89 | actual sin: and when the child comes to that time, it ~ 38 2, 89 | Now it is possible for the child to ~sin venially during 39 2, 89 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The child that is beginning to have 40 2, 91 | the Old ~Law to that of a child "under a pedagogue"; but 41 2, 94 | deficiency of his age, a ~child cannot use the habit of 42 2, 96 | same is not possible to a child as to a full-grown ~man: 43 2, 99 | people is compared to a child that is still ~under a pedagogue ( 44 2, 100 | reverse is the case. Again, a child ~is a part of his father; 45 2, 100 | the life of ~the unborn child; and adultery is more grave 46 2, 102 | day, because until then a child is very ~tender, and so 47 2, 114 | found ~there, since the child merits something from his 48 2, 4 | identical subject who was a child, becomes a man. Now lifelessness 49 2, 10 | against natural justice. For a child is ~by nature part of its 50 2, 10 | to natural justice, if a child, before coming to the use 51 2, 10 | this does not apply to a child before it comes to the use 52 2, 10 | comparison holds good after the child has come to the use ~of 53 2, 10 | the natural law, whereby a child is in the ~custody of its 54 2, 10 | he can know ~Him. Hence a child before coming to the use 55 2, 10 | for them to dispose of the child in all ~matters relating 56 2, 18 | filial fear, for it becomes a child to ~fear offending its father. 57 2, 25 | that so and so is their child than vice versa. ~Thirdly, 58 2, 25 | father begins to love his child at once, whereas the child 59 2, 25 | child at once, whereas the child begins to ~love his father 60 2, 25 | cases of ~necessity the child is bound out of the favors 61 2, 25 | Now a ~mother loves her child more than the father does: 62 2, 25 | birth ~and education to her child; wherefore it is written ( 63 2, 25 | the friendship between ~child and parent: while the friendship 64 2, 30 | the father: ~wherefore the child cannot give alms, except 65 2, 30 | the father ~authorize his child to dispose of any particular 66 2, 62 | one strike a woman ~with child, and she miscarry indeed . . . 67 2, 62 | that strikes a woman with child does something unlawful: ~ 68 2, 63 | Withhold not correction ~from a child, for if thou strike him 69 2, 63 | he strikes. And since the child is subject ~to the power 70 2, 63 | can lawfully strike his child, and a master his slave 71 2, 94 | if one were to fear ~for child lest it take harm from the 72 2, 98 | unwilling to baptize a dying child without being paid. Therefore 73 2, 98 | who is in charge of the child can, in such a ~case, lawfully 74 2, 140 | children," says that "a child persists not in anger, is 75 2, 140 | concupiscence, which is likened to a child in three ways. First, as ~ 76 2, 140 | both desire, for like a child concupiscence ~desires something 77 2, 140 | from other animals." Now a child does not attend to ~the 78 2, 140 | as to the ~result. For a child, if left to his own will, 79 2, 140 | becometh ~stubborn, and a child left to himself will become 80 2, 140 | applied to both. ~For a child is corrected by being restrained; 81 2, 140 | Withhold not correction from a child . . . Thou shalt beat ~him 82 2, 140 | Ethic. iii, 12) that "as a child ~ought to live according 83 2, 145 | gloss on Ps. 130:2, "As a child that is weaned is towards ~ 84 2, 149 | concupiscence, which, like a child, needs curbing, as the ~ 85 2, 149 | especially likened to a child, because the ~desire of 86 2, 149 | strong, as in the case of a child left to his own will. ~Wherefore 87 2, 151 | Civ. Dei xiii, 13), "the child, ~shackled with original 88 2, 152 | and ~advancement of the child when born, there is "simple 89 2, 152 | the upbringing of a human child requires not only the mother' 90 2, 152 | devolves the upbringing of the ~child: and this certainly would 91 2, 152 | opposed to the good of the ~child's upbringing, and consequently 92 2, 152 | for the upbringing of the child: because a ~matter that 93 2, 152 | opposed to the good of the child to be born, as we have ~ 94 2, 152 | disadvantageous to the future child.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 95 2, 152 | the good of the future ~child, is a mortal sin as to the 96 2, 152 | contrary to the good of the child to ~be born. Wherefore it 97 2, 152 | to the good of the future child's begetting and upbringing. ~ 98 2, 153 | man were to lay hold of a ~child with desire of eating him 99 2, 156 | for instance by pulling a child ~slightly by the hair, or 100 2, 162 | parents' sins, inasmuch as the child is something ~belonging 101 2, 162 | subject while carrying the child after conception, and this 102 2, 162 | sorrows and bring forth her child with pain: ~except the Blessed 103 2, 172 | Behold a virgin shall be with child," where it is ~stated that " 104 2, 187 | gloss on Ps. 130:2, "As a child that is weaned is ~towards 105 2, 187 | reaching the age of puberty a child makes a simple ~vow, not 106 2, 187 | cases. If, however, the ~child has passed the age of puberty, 107 2, 187 | Baptist ~(Lk. 1:80) that "the child grew and was strengthened 108 2, 187 | is ~made you make him the child of hell twofold more than 109 3, 7 | written (Lk. 2:52) that the child "Jesus advanced ~in wisdom 110 3, 12 | care of Him whilst He was a child. ~Hence in the same place 111 3, 15 | Is. 8:4): "For before the child know to ~call his Father 112 3, 15 | thus he says: "Before the Child" (i.e. in His human ~nature) " 113 3, 15 | the first spoils which the child took ~from the domination 114 3, 15 | in this way "before the child know" ~may be taken to mean " 115 3, 27 | fomes redounded from the Child to ~the Mother. This indeed 116 3, 27 | parents reflects on the ~child, according to Prov. 17:6: " 117 3, 27 | infant. Perhaps also in this child the use ~of reason and will 118 3, 28 | conceiving Christ. For no child having father and mother 119 3, 28 | together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost." Now 120 3, 28 | together" Mary "was ~found with child, of the Holy Ghost," not 121 3, 28 | Because by ~reason of her child she surpassed the whole 122 3, 28 | first-born, not ~only a child who is followed by others, 123 3, 28 | first. "Otherwise, if a child were not first-born unless 124 3, 29 | the safety of the new-born Child: lest the devil should ~ 125 3, 29 | that "the Magi found the Child Jesus small in body, ~dependent 126 3, 29 | as to upbringing of the child. Thus Augustine ~says (De 127 3, 30 | of God results from the ~child she conceived. But the cause 128 3, 30 | Virgin the ~conception of her child before acknowledging her 129 3, 30 | an old woman to be with ~child. Therefore the angel's proof 130 3, 30 | declaring the dignity of the child conceived, saying: ~"He 131 3, 31 | womb and fashioned into a ~child by the operation of the 132 3, 32 | together, ~she was found with child, of [de] the Holy Ghost."~ 133 3, 32 | in the conception of the child.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 134 3, 32 | in the conception of a child the woman supplies the ~ 135 3, 32 | the ~matter from which the child's body is naturally formed. 136 3, 33 | would have been a bigger child than others. The former ~ 137 3, 33 | Epiph.): "They found the child Jesus nowise differing from 138 3, 34 | OF THE PERFECTION OF THE CHILD CONCEIVED (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 139 3, 34 | consider the perfection of the child conceived: and ~concerning 140 3, 35 | His Person, He became the ~child of a woman, for this reason 141 3, 35 | mother of Christ" or of "the Child," as may be seen from Mt. 142 3, 35 | but on the part of the child there is but one filiation 143 3, 35 | in giving birth ~to her Child.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 144 3, 35 | in swaddling clothes" the Child whom she had brought forth, ~" 145 3, 35 | he, 'she wrapped up the ~child, and laid Him in a manger.'" 146 3, 36 | to show reverence ~to the child conceived in the womb, and 147 3, 36 | and was as yet a ~little child. It was therefore more suitable 148 3, 36 | containing the ~figure of a small child, and above it the form of 149 3, 36 | they had offered up the Child Jesus in the ~Temple - " 150 3, 36 | his anxiety to slay the child, or because he may have ~ 151 3, 36 | star, and not finding the child, as they had expected to, 152 3, 36 | because he feared lest a child whom the stars obey, might 153 3, 36 | and stood over where the child was." Whence it ~is evident 154 3, 37 | ACCOMPLISHED IN REGARD TO THE CHILD CHRIST (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 155 3, 37 | accomplished in regard to the Child Christ. Therefore ~there 156 3, 37 | accomplished, that the child should be circumcised."~ 157 3, 37 | were accomplished, that the child should be ~circumcised, 158 3, 37 | of the sin in ~which the child was conceived and born; 159 3, 37 | certain ~consecration of the child, because it was then presented 160 3, 37 | Virgin brought ~forth a male child without receiving the seed 161 3, 37 | Mother of God, who was with child "without receiving ~seed." 162 3, 38 | according to Lk. 1:76: "Thou, child, shalt be called the ~prophet 163 3, 46 | this city against Thy holy child Jesus whom Thou hast ~anointed, 164 3, 64 | danger; for instance, if a child in ~danger of death be brought 165 3, 66 | instance, if he be deaf, or a child. But it is useless to ~address 166 3, 66 | Alexander III: "If anyone dip a child ~thrice in the water in 167 3, 66 | the Holy Ghost, Amen, the child is not ~baptized."~Aquin.: 168 3, 67 | necessity, a ~woman baptizes a child in the name of the Trinity."~ 169 3, 67 | for instance, suppose a child to be in danger of death, 170 3, 67 | generation the new-born child needs nourishment and guidance: 171 3, 67 | that the parents of the child should hand it over to some 172 3, 67 | thenceforth take charge of the child, ~and be to it a spiritual 173 3, 67 | a ~midwife; and for the child to be suitably brought up 174 3, 67 | Baptism by him who ~raises the child from the sacred font. Consequently 175 3, 67 | the godparent of his own child. And ~yet this seems to 176 3, 67 | of Pope Leo, who says: "A child should not have ~more than 177 3, 68 | says on Ps. 130:2: "As a child that is weaned is towards 178 3, 68 | this respect, that as the child while in the ~mother's womb 179 3, 68 | Pelag. i) "when once the child has been ~begotten by the 180 3, 68 | whole Church, profits the child through the operation ~of 181 3, 68 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as a child, when he is being baptized, 182 3, 68 | the Church's faith in the child's ~stead, who is aggregated 183 3, 68 | sacrament of faith. And the ~child acquires a good conscience 184 3, 68 | But one ought to rescue a child that is ~threatened by the 185 3, 68 | law, in virtue of which a child is under the care of ~its 186 3, 68 | can know God. Wherefore a child, before it has the use of 187 3, 68 | be done in respect of the child.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 188 3, 68 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a child can be baptized while yet 189 3, 68 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a child can be baptized while yet 190 3, 68 | Apostle says (Rm. 5:15). But a child ~while yet in its mother' 191 3, 68 | of Baptism. ~Therefore a child can be baptized while yet 192 3, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a child, while yet in its mother' 193 3, 68 | mother is ~baptized, the child in her womb is baptized.~ 194 3, 68 | chosen. If, therefore, the child in ~the mother's womb cannot 195 3, 68 | mother ~to be opened, and the child to be taken out by force 196 3, 68 | baptized, than ~that the child should be eternally damned 197 3, 68 | times that some part of the child comes ~forth first, as we 198 3, 68 | be baptized, while the ~child is yet in its mother's womb. ~ 199 3, 68 | body is washed, reaches the child while yet in its mother' 200 3, 68 | impossible: both because the child's soul, to the sanctification ~ 201 3, 68 | does not overflow on to the child which is in ~her womb. Hence 202 3, 68 | follows, therefore, that a child can ~nowise be baptized 203 3, 68 | with the whole: whereas a child ~while in its mother's womb 204 3, 68 | to kill a mother that her child may be baptized. ~If, however, 205 3, 68 | the mother die while the child lives yet in her womb, she ~ 206 3, 68 | should be opened that the child may be baptized.~Aquin.: 207 3, 68 | we should wait until the child ~has entirely come forth 208 3, 68 | body has been baptized, the child, when perfect birth has ~ 209 3, 69 | not without him." But a child, through not having the ~ 210 3, 69 | the grace of God." But a child ~believeth not "in Him that 211 3, 69 | the ungodly." Therefore a child ~receives neither sanctifying 212 3, 69 | Ep. xcviii): "The little child is made a believer, not 213 3, 70 | for ~himself, or, being a child, someone else made profession 214 3, 71 | confesses his faith. Now a child ~cannot confess its faith 215 3, 71 | cannot know whether the child, having come to the right 216 3, 71 | 3: He who answers in the child's stead: "I do believe," 217 3, 71 | does ~not foretell that the child will believe when it comes 218 3, 71 | will believe"; but in the child's stead he ~professes the 219 3, 71 | is communicated to that child, the ~sacrament of which 220 3, 71 | sponsor, ~in answering for the child, promises to use his endeavors 221 3, 71 | use his endeavors that the child ~may believe. This, however, 222 3, 71 | is a mere sign. For if a child die after the exorcisms, ~ 223 3, 71 | of the Church, if it be a child. But these things that are 224 3, 72 | put away the things of a child." And thence it is that 225 3, 72 | spiritually a weakling and ~a child.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 226 3, 76 | under the appearance of a child or of flesh?~Aquin.: SMT 227 3, 76 | truly there when flesh or a child appears ~miraculously in 228 3, 76 | truly there when flesh or a ~child appears miraculously in 229 3, 76 | 6]). But when flesh or a child appears, the ~sacramental 230 3, 76 | or at times as a small child. Now it is evident that 231 3, 76 | sacrament flesh, or blood, or a child, is seen. ~Sometimes it 232 3, 76 | saw flesh, or blood, or a child, while no ~change takes 233 3, 76 | species of flesh or of a child, while to ~others it is 234 3, 76 | appearance of flesh or a ~child, and afterwards under the 235 3, 76 | but in the semblance of a child, ~because it lies within 236 3, 76 | that flesh, or blood, ~or a child, is seen. And, as was said 237 3, 83 | Introit" of which we say: "A child is born to us." ~Nevertheless, 238 3, 83 | seed; because, just as a child once ~baptized in the name 239 3, 85 | 26:17): "As a woman with child, when ~she draweth near 240 3, 86 | Nevertheless ~. . . the child that is born to thee shall 241 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, viz. his wife, child, slave, vassal or ~subordinate. 242 Suppl, 25| as a mother entices her child to walk by holding out an ~ 243 Suppl, 32| bodily washing, and not ~a child yet in its mother's womb.~ 244 Suppl, 41| and "education." Now a child cannot be brought up and 245 Suppl, 41| man, however, since the child needs the ~parents' care 246 Suppl, 44| a woman the mother ~of a child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 247 Suppl, 47| mother without having a ~child. Hence it is a common saying 248 Suppl, 48| which is evil, such ~as a child born of adultery; for it 249 Suppl, 49| this ~the directing of the child to God. Wherefore the intention 250 Suppl, 52| Animal. ii, 4). Therefore the child should follow ~the condition 251 Suppl, 52| value and will take the child thus born for ~his slave. 252 Suppl, 54| by reason of which the child is like the parent even 253 Suppl, 54| being that ~sometimes the child is not only like his father, 254 Suppl, 54| since a ~daughter can have a child of her father's semen and 255 Suppl, 54| father rear ~and teach that child in which things the good 256 Suppl, 55| which results in a grown child on the birth of a boy, is 257 Suppl, 55| Sent. iv, D, 41) that the ~child of a second marriage could 258 Suppl, 56| necessity baptizes his own child, for then he contracts a ~ 259 Suppl, 56| when a father baptizes his child who is at the point of death - 260 Suppl, 56| carnal ~father gives his child three things, being nourishment 261 Suppl, 56| person of whose seed the child is born; and not on the ~ 262 Suppl, 56| person who receives the child after birth. Therefore neither ~ 263 Suppl, 56| office ~to instruct the child. But instruction is not 264 Suppl, 56| father, of whose seed the child is born, is ~related carnally 265 Suppl, 56| related carnally to the child, but also the mother who 266 Suppl, 56| matter, and in whose womb the child is begotten. So too the 267 Suppl, 56| another (B), who baptizes A's child, or raises him in Baptism. 268 Suppl, 56| perchance it be his wife's child, for then she contracts 269 Suppl, 56| instance when he raises B's child from the sacred font, and 270 Suppl, 56| I may not marry my own child's godmother, nor the mother 271 Suppl, 56| the godmother of my wife's child."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 272 Suppl, 57| person lawfully takes for his child or grandchild and ~so on 273 Suppl, 57| belong to him." For the child should be subject to ~its 274 Suppl, 57| taking of ~someone as a child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 275 Suppl, 57| lay up for ~his adopted child, since sometimes the adopted 276 Suppl, 57| taking of someone as ~a child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 277 Suppl, 57| whereby someone is taken as a child, is ~likened to natural 278 Suppl, 57| natural procreation whereby a child is begotten naturally. ~ 279 Suppl, 57| is competent to beget a child naturally is competent to ~ 280 Suppl, 57| and ~yet they can beget a child naturally. Therefore, properly 281 Suppl, 57| the taking of someone as a child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 282 Suppl, 57| Further, to take as one's child one who is not one's own 283 Suppl, 57| to adopt someone as his child. But he is not ~competent 284 Suppl, 57| taking of someone as ~one's child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 285 Suppl, 57| where someone is taken as a ~child without carnal procreation, 286 Suppl, 57| a person is taken as a child without being carnally begotten, 287 Suppl, 57| adopted, is adopted as a child; and ~consequently it is 288 Suppl, 57| to himself another as a child in likeness to ~one that 289 Suppl, 57| likeness to ~one that is his child by nature, in order to take 290 Suppl, 57| that the person taken as a ~child must be a stranger. Accordingly, 291 Suppl, 57| term "whereto," namely a child or grandchild, and a term " 292 Suppl, 57| because it says, "as a child or grandchild ."~Aquin.: 293 Suppl, 57| that he might have been the child of his natural begetting.~ 294 Suppl, 57| be adopted in place of a ~child, so may someone be adopted 295 Suppl, 57| father provides for his child chiefly in three ~things, 296 Suppl, 57| directed. And since the adopted child dwells in the house of ~ 297 Suppl, 57| father ~and the adopted child?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 298 Suppl, 57| adopting father and the adopted child. For it would seem that ~ 299 Suppl, 57| father and the adopted child, the latter's child grandchild 300 Suppl, 57| adopted child, the latter's child grandchild and so on; ~the 301 Suppl, 57| second is between the adopted child and the naturally begotten 302 Suppl, 57| and the naturally begotten child; ~the third is like a kind 303 Suppl, 57| father dies or when the child ~comes of age, they can 304 Suppl, 59| intends to bring up the child to the ~worship of God according 305 Suppl, 59| Reply OBJ 4: Either the child has reached a perfect age, 306 Suppl, 62| substitution of another's child.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 307 Suppl, 64| cohabitation. And though the child ~begotten of them be diseased, 308 Suppl, 67| rearing and instruction of the child, for which purpose it is ~ 309 Suppl, 68| any other. Therefore every child is to be ~called legitimate.~ 310 Suppl, 68| saying that a legitimate child is one ~born of a legitimate 311 Suppl, 68| being illegitimate. For a child should not be punished on 312 Suppl, 68| and thus an illegitimate ~child incurs no loss. Secondly, 313 Suppl, 68| punishment to an illegitimate child that he has no right to 314 Suppl, 68| legitimized. For ~the legitimate child is as far removed from the 315 Suppl, 68| legitimate. But a legitimate child is never made ~illegitimate. 316 Suppl, 68| therefore, is an illegitimate child ever made ~legitimate.~Aquin.: 317 Suppl, 68| intercourse begets an illegitimate child. ~But illegitimate intercourse 318 Suppl, 68| Therefore an ~illegitimate child can be legitimized by one 319 Suppl, 68| answer that, An illegitimate child can be legitimized, not 320 Suppl, 68| once ~illegitimate. But the child is said to be legitimized, 321 Suppl, 68| losses which an illegitimate child ought to incur are withdrawn 322 Suppl, 68| whom he has an unlawful child (if it were not a case of 323 Suppl, 68| Hence an illegitimate ~child can be legitimized rather 324 Suppl, 68| comparison with an illegitimate child who ~has no such defect.~ 325 Suppl, 77| children that which his child derives from ~him must needs 326 Suppl, 77| of human nature in ~that child belonged also to the truth 327 Suppl, 77| of human nature in the child begotten of that seed. And 328 Suppl, 77| for the seed ~whereof the child is begotten to be detached 329 Suppl, 77| detached part multiplies in the child, so that he ~reaches perfect 330 Suppl, 77| into the seed whereof the ~child is begotten. But according 331 Suppl, 77| substance of food, since the child is ~nourished in the mother' 332 Suppl, 78| to be more perfect in a ~child than in a young man, as 333 Suppl, 78| it has in the age of a ~child, wherein the humors have 334 Suppl, 80| because the body of her child when coming forth did ~not


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