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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | another science so far as they fall within revelation. Hence 2 1, 4 | unlike according as they fall short of their cause," not 3 1, 13 | substantially of God, ~although they fall short of a full representation 4 1, 13 | of whose form the effects fall short, although they derive 5 1, 14 | operable by Him, yet they fall under His practical knowledge, 6 1, 14 | them; as also ~sicknesses fall under the practical knowledge 7 1, 17 | themselves, in so far as they ~fall short of the form of the 8 1, 17 | as natural things cannot fall short of the being that 9 1, 17 | by ~their form, but may fall short of accidental or consequent 10 1, 19 | that although a thing may fall ~short of any particular 11 1, 19 | particular form, it cannot fall short of the universal form. ~ 12 1, 19 | active ~causes. Something may fall outside the order of any 13 1, 20 | not existence at all, but ~fall short of it; and this in 14 1, 23 | providence to permit some to fall away from that end; this 15 1, 23 | will to permit a person to fall into sin, and to ~impose 16 1, 23 | does not permit some to fall, without raising others; 17 1, 23 | that predestination can fall short of its effect.~Aquin.: 18 1, 23 | course and tendency of nature fall short.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 25 | Reply OBJ 2: To sin is to fall short of a perfect action; 20 1, 25 | to sin is to be able to fall short in action, which is 21 1, 25 | A[2]), there does not fall under ~the scope of God' 22 1, 25 | His ~power, because they fall short of being possible; 23 1, 25 | yet to be done, which now fall short of the nature of ~ 24 1, 27 | similitudes derived from these fall short in ~the representation 25 1, 50 | And because bodies alone fall under ~imagination, they 26 1, 50 | of the heavenly ~bodies fall within some small determined 27 1, 51 | s ~holy angels could not fall in such fashion before the 28 1, 57 | every created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; 29 1, 62 | they ~were created; the fall of some of them shows this. 30 1, 63 | between his ~creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest of 31 1, 63 | of the agent, can never fall short of rectitude. Were 32 1, 63 | in any kind of ~sin, can fall into the sin itself. But 33 1, 63 | God. For ~what does not fall under apprehension, does 34 1, 63 | under apprehension, does not fall under desire; ~because the 35 1, 63 | be God's equal does not fall under ~apprehension, because 36 1, 63 | they fell, those who would fall."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 37 1, 63 | between the creation and the fall of the ~angel? ~Aquin.: 38 1, 63 | angel's ~creation and his fall. For, it is said (Ezech. 39 1, 63 | devil's creation and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 40 1, 63 | between his creation ~and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 41 1, 63 | between his ~creation and fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 42 1, 63 | so much ~the less can it fall away from it. But the higher 43 1, 63 | some of every order did not fall, but only those of the ~ 44 1, 64 | highest one. Therefore their fall can be repaired by another. 45 1, 64 | death is to men, what the fall is to the angels." ~Now 46 1, 72 | deer and goats, seem ~to fall under none of these classes, 47 1, 72 | Moreover, should he ~carelessly fall into the fire, or wound 48 1, 51 | And because bodies alone fall under ~imagination, they 49 1, 51 | of the heavenly ~bodies fall within some small determined 50 1, 52 | s ~holy angels could not fall in such fashion before the 51 1, 58 | every created intellect, fall far short of ~God's eternity; 52 1, 63 | they ~were created; the fall of some of them shows this. 53 1, 64 | between his ~creation and fall?~(7) Was the highest of 54 1, 64 | of the agent, can never fall short of rectitude. Were 55 1, 64 | in any kind of ~sin, can fall into the sin itself. But 56 1, 64 | God. For ~what does not fall under apprehension, does 57 1, 64 | under apprehension, does not fall under desire; ~because the 58 1, 64 | be God's equal does not fall under ~apprehension, because 59 1, 64 | they fell, those who would fall."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 60 1, 64 | between the creation and the fall of the ~angel? ~Aquin.: 61 1, 64 | angel's ~creation and his fall. For, it is said (Ezech. 62 1, 64 | devil's creation and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 63 1, 64 | between his creation ~and his fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 64 1, 64 | between his ~creation and fall.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 65 1, 64 | so much ~the less can it fall away from it. But the higher 66 1, 64 | some of every order did not fall, but only those of the ~ 67 1, 65 | highest one. Therefore ~their fall can be repaired by another. 68 1, 65 | death is to men, what the fall is to the angels." ~Now 69 1, 71 | deer and goats, seem ~to fall under none of these classes, 70 1, 71 | Moreover, should he ~carelessly fall into the fire, or wound 71 1, 78 | For those things which fall under one division, seem 72 1, 86 | the objects of the will ~fall under the intellect, and 73 1, 86 | those of the intellect can fall under the ~will.~Aquin.: 74 1, 87 | substances which do not fall under sense and imagination, ~ 75 1, 88 | of being, so far does it fall short of being knowable. 76 1, 93 | in our present state, ~fall short on account of both 77 1, 103 | could it subsist, but would fall into nothingness were it 78 1, 112 | pains and are allowed to fall into sin.~Aquin.: SMT FP 79 1, 113 | Man can of his own accord fall into sin: but he cannot ~ 80 1, 114 | higher regions of the air and fall to the earth, is caused 81 2, 3 | present life, in as far ~as we fall short of the unity and continuity 82 2, 3 | that operation so do we ~fall short of perfect happiness. 83 2, 5 | can be changed ~so as to fall to vice from the virtue, 84 2, 5 | he that sees God ~cannot fall into a fault, since rectitude 85 2, 38 | all joy, when you shall fall into ~divers temptations": 86 2, 41 | which amazes him, fearing to fall short of the truth, but ~ 87 2, 44 | down below, he would ~not fall, through not being afraid. 88 2, 44 | imagination, through fear of the fall that is pictured ~to his 89 2, 58 | be led astray. ~But they fall short of being virtues: 90 2, 58 | the more heavily will it fall, and the more grievously 91 2, 62 | Para. 2/2~But these two fall short of the order of supernatural 92 2, 62 | subject to human power, fall short of the notion ~of 93 2, 64 | far as one may exceed or ~fall short of that rule. Now 94 2, 72 | way to exceed reason or to fall short thereof belongs to 95 2, 77 | sickness or some such cause fall into such a ~passion as 96 2, 78 | and lost, but must needs fall away little by little." 97 2, 78 | little." But ~the greatest fall seems to be that of the 98 2, 78 | true that a man does not fall suddenly into sin from ~ 99 2, 79 | far as God permits some to fall into sin, ~that by acknowledging 100 2, 84 | they "will ~become rich, fall into temptation, and into 101 2, 84 | is apostasy [Douay: 'to fall off'] from God." But apostasy ~ 102 2, 86 | prodigality, ~is so changed as to fall into a sin of the opposite 103 2, 87 | men by permitting them to fall into ~sin, this is directed 104 2, 87 | others, who seeing some men fall from sin to sin, are the 105 2, 88 | contemneth small ~things shall fall by little and little." Now 106 2, 88 | little he is disposed to ~fall away together into mortal 107 2, 98 | permits ~certain ones to fall into sin, that they may 108 2, 100 | mode of virtue does not fall under the precept.~Aquin.: 109 2, 100 | mode of ~virtue does not fall under the precept either 110 2, 100 | another respect does not fall ~under the precept, in so 111 2, 100 | mode of charity does not fall under the precept, ~it follows 112 2, 100 | mode of charity does not fall under the precept, that 113 2, 101 | much as to allow ~men to fall away into the worship of 114 2, 102 | might wish that place to fall to their lot, and strifes 115 2, 109 | natural to it, so as to fall short in ~nothing; just 116 2, 109 | even as of itself it can fall ~into non-existence, unless 117 2, 113 | inasmuch as we sometimes fall short of ~it and once more 118 2, 114 | Whether temporal goods fall under merit?~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 114 | merit restoration after a fall?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 120 2, 114 | himself restoration after ~a fall. For what a man may justly 121 2, 114 | to be restored after a ~fall, as Augustine says [*Cf. 122 2, 114 | merit to be restored after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 123 2, 114 | his restoration after a fall, ~even as his first grace. 124 2, 114 | himself ~restoration after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 125 2, 114 | himself restoration after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 126 2, 114 | restoration after a future ~fall, either condignly or congruously. 127 2, 114 | he is restored, do ~not fall under merit - the motion 128 2, 114 | himself restoration ~after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 129 2, 114 | for restoration after a fall is ~called just, and likewise 130 2, 114 | would not permit him to fall ~into sin. Hence perseverance 131 2, 114 | of the wayfarer does not fall under merit, since it ~depends 132 2, 114 | others, although it does not ~fall under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 133 2, 114 | 1~Whether temporal goods fall under merit?~Aquin.: SMT 134 2, 114 | seem that temporal goods fall under merit. For what is ~ 135 2, 114 | seems that temporal goods fall under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 136 2, 114 | Further, that would seem to fall under merit, which God bestows ~ 137 2, 114 | Therefore temporal goods fall ~under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 138 2, 114 | 19. Hence temporal goods ~fall under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 139 2, 114 | Therefore ~temporal goods do not fall under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 140 2, 114 | leads to this end; and these fall simply under ~merit. But 141 2, 114 | relatively; and this does not fall ~under merit simply, but 142 2, 114 | are led to heaven, they fall ~directly and simply under 143 2, 114 | relatively, and thus they do not fall under merit ~simply, but 144 2, 1 | about which some happen to fall into error, looking at it ~ 145 2, 3 | affirmative, it can only fall under an affirmative precept. 146 2, 9 | appropriated for those things which fall short of ~the most perfect, 147 2, 9 | convertible terms which fall short of this, retain ~the 148 2, 10 | if they see the faithful fall away. Hence the ~Apostle 149 2, 11 | of ~peace. But when they fall again, after having been 150 2, 12 | is apostasy [Douay: 'to fall off'] from ~God," and further 151 2, 12 | who when he said to them, "Fall into line for the ~defense 152 2, 12 | what place soever it shall fall, there shall it be": whence 153 2, 13 | man is a wayfarer, he can fall away from any virtue, ~since 154 2, 13 | perfection, can fail ~or fall suddenly; this can only 155 2, 16 | there is ~excess, if we fall short of the rule, there 156 2, 17 | Eccles. 11:3, "If the tree fall to ~the south, or to the 157 2, 17 | what place soever it shall fall, there ~shall it be." Now 158 2, 17 | or ~unhappy before their fall, since they had no foreknowledge 159 2, 18 | the pride of ~man is to fall off from God," that is to 160 2, 18 | lest, in our weakness, we fall, and possess ourselves in 161 2, 18 | of a Cause of Whom they fall short infinitely and immeasurably." ~ 162 2, 19 | he that despairs seems to fall into a condemned heresy, 163 2, 19 | soul, but to despair is to fall into hell."~Aquin.: SMT 164 2, 19 | those who are sorrowful fall the more easily into despair, ~ 165 2, 23 | he will become empty or ~fall away suddenly; but he must 166 2, 23 | quickly he does not appear to fall altogether," we may ~reply 167 2, 24 | ix, 3), when our ~friends fall into sin, we ought not to 168 2, 24 | friendship. When, however, they fall into very great wickedness, 169 2, 26 | But ~charity "does not fall away" as stated in the same 170 2, 26 | for their sake, so as to fall short of the ~true reason 171 2, 28 | consider that ~they may fall upon evil times, as also 172 2, 37 | as he lives, even if he fall into schism or heresy: ~ 173 2, 41 | against it, and be disposed to fall down: such an obstacle is 174 2, 41 | right, secures man against a fall, instead of conducing to 175 2, 41 | stumbles does ~not always fall. Therefore scandal, which 176 2, 41 | scandal, which is a spiritual fall, can be ~without sin.~Aquin.: 177 2, 41 | s word or deed a man may fall into any kind of sin: and 178 2, 41 | 3: Perfect men sometimes fall into venial sins through 179 2, 41 | human weakness wherein they fall short ~of perfection. Yet 180 2, 41 | perfection. Yet they do not fall short so far as to stray 181 2, 42 | act of love does, however, fall under special ~precepts.~ 182 2, 42 | that not only should it fall on its own ~matter, but 183 2, 51 | they know not where they fall." Now the darksome ways 184 2, 51 | imprudence leads a man to ~fall or to be precipitate.~Aquin.: 185 2, 52 | about Divine things, as to fall away altogether from the ~ 186 2, 58 | law, else ~judgment would fall short either of the natural 187 2, 62 | die nobly rather than to fall into the hands ~of the wicked, 188 2, 78 | that in some respect ~they fall short of the perfection 189 2, 78 | directed to ~another person fall short of the perfection 190 2, 79 | and therefore if a man fall short of equality which 191 2, 81 | He allows the sinner to fall yet deeper into sin. For " 192 2, 84 | Oblations properly so called fall to the use of the ~poor, 193 2, 85 | and thus it is that they ~fall into the hands of the laity.~ 194 2, 86 | there be the danger of a fall from the horse: else it 195 2, 87 | evils, let me deservedly fall empty before my ~enemies." 196 2, 87 | swearing habitually, we fall into ~perjury. Hence we 197 2, 111 | guilty, not only if ~he fall short of common righteousness, 198 2, 111 | truly a sin, but also if ~he fall short of perfect righteousness, 199 2, 116 | corruption of carnal nature, fall into covetousness. Therefore ~ 200 2, 120 | straitened, so that one must fall out," i.e. either the true 201 2, 120 | God or a ~false god must fall out from man's heart, "and 202 2, 120 | blasphemy, since man does not fall so often into the latter 203 2, 120 | sheep, and if the same fall into a pit on the Sabbath 204 2, 121 | more strongly impelled to fall or recede. Now man is ~impelled 205 2, 124 | and therefore a sin, to fall short of loving them in 206 2, 126 | not ~broken by sorrow, and fall away from its greatness, 207 2, 126 | five mentioned by Aristotle fall short of the true ~notion 208 2, 127 | others in so far as they ~fall away from God's gifts: since 209 2, 130 | vainglory does in truth fall short ~of being magnanimous, 210 2, 131 | pusillanimity makes a man ~fall short of what is proportionate 211 2, 131 | obstinately lest they should fall into pride.~Aquin.: SMT 212 2, 135 | Man is able by himself to fall into sin, but he cannot 213 2, 156 | fierceness of his anger a man fall away from the love of God ~ 214 2, 156 | anger by their reason, they ~fall into mortal sins, for instance 215 2, 156 | of the pride of man is to fall ~off from God," i.e. to 216 2, 156 | off from God," i.e. to fall away from reverence for 217 2, 160 | of the pride of man is to fall off from God." Now the ~ 218 2, 160 | of the pride of man is to fall off from ~God" because, 219 2, 160 | men by ~allowing them to fall into sins of the flesh, 220 2, 160 | remedy, God allows men to fall ~into other sins.~Aquin.: 221 2, 160 | beginning of . . ~. pride is to fall off from God." Therefore 222 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To fall off from God is said to 223 2, 161 | perfection cannot fail or fall ~suddenly: this can happen 224 2, 162 | he has committed, should fall down ~in the road. Such 225 2, 163 | demon's temptation man would fall into sin, and thus He knew 226 2, 163 | through being tempted, would ~fall into sin, so too He knew 227 2, 163 | that ~if at any time she fall away towards what is unlawful, 228 2, 165 | since by so doing men easily fall into error: wherefore ~it 229 2, 165 | Confess. vi, 8) that when "a fall occurred in ~the fight, 230 2, 167 | through ~despising her he fall into adultery. Hence it 231 2, 181 | says (Moral. vii, 17): "To fall by speaking harmful ~words 232 2, 181 | disturbance will make it fall." Now it is virtue that 233 2, 184 | desire of ~money-getting, fall into many sins, according 234 2, 184 | that ~will become rich, fall into temptation and into 235 2, 184 | imputed to them if they fall ~short somewhat of their 236 2, 184 | Ps. 36:24, "When he shall fall he shall not be bruised," ~ 237 2, 184 | to Eccles. ~4:10, "If one fall he shall be supported by 238 2, 184 | contempt; but sometimes they ~fall into a sin through ignorance 239 2, 186 | they are able to grasp, fall away into perverse doctrines, 240 2, 187 | orders. ~For he seeks a fall who aspires to mount to 241 2, 187 | and an ~ox or an ass fall into it, the owner of the 242 2, 187 | often ~happens that people fall into despair and various 243 2, 187 | Himself that thou shouldst fall. Cast ~thyself fearlessly 244 3, 1 | be fore-conscious ~of his fall, for the same reason that 245 3, 1 | being fore-conscious of ~his fall. For not everyone who knows 246 3, 1 | immediately after man's fall. For first of all God ~left 247 3, 2 | But both of these opinions fall into the heresy of Nestorius; 248 3, 2 | and therefore it cannot fall under merit. Secondly, because ~ 249 3, 2 | Secondly, because ~grace cannot fall under merit, for the principle 250 3, 2 | principle of merit does not fall ~under merit; and therefore 251 3, 2 | less does the Incarnation fall under merit, since it ~is 252 3, 2 | and therefore it does not fall under the ~merit of any 253 3, 6 | irremediableness of ~their fall, which cannot be said of 254 3, 8 | this end by sinning, they ~fall under the rule and government 255 3, 13 | them in being, lest they fall back to nothing. And thus ~ 256 3, 14 | which it ~had before the fall of the first man." For He 257 3, 16 | And into the same error fall those who suppose two supposita 258 3, 19 | you']." And thus it could fall under Christ's merit.~Aquin.: 259 3, 22 | part in ~this sacrifice, fall away from it by whatsoever 260 3, 25 | martyrs' relics we do not fall into the ~error of the Gentiles, 261 3, 29 | through want ~of caution, fall into dishonor. Hence Ambrose 262 3, 40 | shall have an ass or an ox fall into a pit, and will not ~ 263 3, 41 | was a ~mere man, He would fall into sin by attempting to 264 3, 41 | possession of these ~things, to fall down and adore him, which 265 3, 42 | blind lead the blind, ~both fall into the pit."~Aquin.: SMT 266 3, 45 | disciples should be afraid and fall ~down on hearing the voice 267 3, 46 | Secondly, especially the fall of the Jews and of the others 268 3, 51 | account of man's future fall, ~so these days are computed 269 3, 53 | fallen." But Christ did ~not fall by sinning, nor was His 270 3, 53 | Although Christ did not fall by sin, yet He fell by death, ~ 271 3, 53 | death, ~because as sin is a fall from righteousness, so death 272 3, 53 | righteousness, so death is a fall from ~life: hence the words 273 3, 53 | account of man's coming fall, so these days are ~reckoned 274 3, 65 | governor the people shall fall" (Prov. 11:14).~Aquin.: 275 3, 67 | great matter soever shall fall out, let ~them refer it 276 3, 79 | worthily, who ~afterwards fall into sin. Now this would 277 3, 80 | sacrament; which does not fall to ~the lot of the angels. 278 3, 82 | instance, ~if it were to fall upon the ground, or else 279 3, 82 | what a great snare they fall who believe that the Divine 280 3, 83 | ready, so that, when anyone fall sick, he may take Communion 281 3, 83 | forty days. But if a drop fall from the ~chalice on to 282 3, 83 | in a church, or if a part fall and be not found, ~shall 283 3, 84 | would for this very reason fall into sin and lose the fruit 284 3, 84 | in his penance, lest he fall again into sin.~Aquin.: 285 3, 88 | perdition? Yet he does not fall back into that which had ~ 286 3, 88 | Gallorum ii]) that "he does not fall back into ~that which was 287 3, 89 | light is that from which we fall the morning ~light is that 288 3, 89 | in the case of those who fall and never rise again, or 289 3, 89 | rise again, or who rise and fall ~yet again; but only to 290 3, 89 | however often they may ~fall, yet rise again finally. 291 3, 89 | same gloss adds that "their fall conduces to their good, ~ 292 3, 89 | serve at the Holy Altar fall ~suddenly into some deplorable 293 Suppl, 4 | should last too long, man fall into ~despair, cowardice, 294 Suppl, 6 | confession, but those only who fall into mortal ~sin after Baptism; 295 Suppl, 6 | so on, so that he would fall into many mortal sins ~for 296 Suppl, 6 | sin be forgiven, he ~must fall into another sin: for instance, 297 Suppl, 9 | several others, for a man may fall into one sin through ignorance 298 Suppl, 14| another?~(2) Whether if a man fall into sin after being contrite 299 Suppl, 14| would seem that if a man fall into sin after being contrite ~ 300 Suppl, 15| because a man does not ~easily fall back into sin when he has 301 Suppl, 17| grace man should no more fall into sin. Now the power 302 Suppl, 28| solemnization. And ~if the sinner fall again, he is not precluded 303 Suppl, 55| of affinity, because they fall short of true affinity, 304 Suppl, 59| of the parties does not fall ~into sin.~Aquin.: SMT XP 305 Suppl, 64| his wife's sin, should she fall into ~fornication on this 306 Suppl, 71| suffrages, and this will fall back upon those by whose 307 Suppl, 72| 24:29): "The stars shall fall from heaven, ~and the virtues [ 308 Suppl, 72| by being mixed together ~fall away from their own purity. 309 Suppl, 84| whereby those ~whom they guard fall headlong into sin through 310 Suppl, 88| sake deteriorated ~at his fall, and sun and moon diminished 311 Suppl, 91| beautiful of the objects which fall ~under the sight." Therefore, 312 Suppl, 91| all joy when you shall fall into divers temptations" ( 313 Suppl, 95| death is to ~man what their fall was to the angels." But 314 Suppl, 95| is ~irrevocable after his fall, so that he cannot withdraw 315 Suppl, 95| demons demerit after their fall, wherefore God inflicted 316 Suppl, 96| death is to men what ~their fall was to the angels." Now 317 Suppl, 96| angels." Now after their fall the angels could not ~be 318 Suppl, 96| death is to men what their fall was to the ~angels," as 319 Suppl, 96| who while yet in this life fall into sins of the flesh through ~ 320 Appen1, 2| wheresoever it shall fall, there shall it be" [*Eccles. 321 Appen1, 2| death is to men what the fall was to the angels." ~Therefore,


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