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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | who plans the form of the house is called wise ~and architect, 2 1, 8 | inspection; as things in a house are said to be present to 3 1, 8 | substance in every part of the house. Lastly, ~a thing is said 4 1, 9 | the sun is said to enter a house, or to go out, according 5 1, 9 | according as its ~rays reach the house, so God is said to approach 6 1, 11 | for instance, no part of a house ~is a house, nor is any 7 1, 11 | no part of a house ~is a house, nor is any part of a man 8 1, 11 | composed of unities, as a house is composed of ~not houses; 9 1, 11 | as also the parts of a house make up the house by ~the 10 1, 11 | parts of a house make up the house by ~the fact that they are 11 1, 12 | rational"; and in the idea of a house we understand the wall and 12 1, 14 | them; as, for instance, ~a house is midway between the knowledge 13 1, 14 | gathers his knowledge of the house from the ~house already 14 1, 14 | knowledge of the house from the ~house already built.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 14 | if a builder consider a house by defining and dividing, 16 1, 14 | builder should consider how a house can be made, not ordering 17 1, 15 | thus the ~likeness of a house pre-exists in the mind of 18 1, 15 | be called the idea of the house, since the builder intends 19 1, 15 | builder intends to build his ~house like to the form conceived 20 1, 15 | cannot conceive the idea of a house unless he has ~the idea 21 1, 15 | act. For the form of the house in the mind of the builder, ~ 22 1, 15 | likeness of which he forms the ~house in matter. Now, it is not 23 1, 15 | is said to ~understand a house, when he understands the 24 1, 15 | understands the form of the house in matter. ~But if he understands 25 1, 15 | understands the form of a house, as devised by himself, 26 1, 15 | the type or idea of the house. Now not only does God ~ 27 1, 15 | through the form of the house all the ~accidents that 28 1, 15 | that are superadded ~to the house when completed, such as 29 1, 16 | even as we may say ~that a house is related essentially to 30 1, 16 | to our intellect. For a house is said to be true that ~ 31 1, 18 | modelled. Thus the ~form of a house has in the mind of the architect 32 1, 18 | intelligible being; but in the house that exists outside his 33 1, 18 | mind, it is not. Even so a house has nobler being ~in the 34 1, 18 | in matter; yet a material house is called a ~house more 35 1, 18 | material house is called a ~house more truly than the one 36 1, 19 | architect is the cause of a ~house, because he wills to build 37 1, 19 | Ezechias: "Take order with thy house, for thou shalt die, and 38 1, 20 | just as the master of a house may give some costly ~delicacy 39 1, 23 | 2:20): ~"But in a great house there are not only vessels 40 1, 23 | is what the master of the house said: "Take ~what is thine, 41 1, 23 | definite measurements of a house, and also the ~definite 42 1, 23 | he wishes to make in the house; and ~definite measurements 43 1, 27 | builder the principle of the house, in the idea of such a ~ 44 1, 27 | first principle of the ~house. God, Who is the first principle 45 1, 41 | consubstantiality. We do not say that a house is "of" [de] the builder, ~ 46 1, 44 | divine idea, as a material house is like to the house in ~ 47 1, 44 | material house is like to the house in ~the architect's mind.~ 48 1, 46 | Thus he who wills to make a house tomorrow, and not today, 49 1, 47 | art; for the ~roof of a house differs from the foundation, 50 1, 47 | material; but in order that the house may be made perfect of ~ 51 1, 49 | evil because it burnt the house of a poor ~man. The judgment, 52 1, 56 | intended to build a ~larger house, would have made larger 53 1, 62 | the stones for building a house, from the fact that he ~ 54 1, 62 | more ornate part of the ~house. So it seems that God destined 55 1, 62 | whole; as the wall for a house. ~In this way the angelic 56 1, 64 | 5:1): "If ~our earthly house of this habitation be dissolved, 57 1, 64 | be dissolved, we have a house in ~heaven." Others, again, 58 1, 68 | as one might say: ~"This house was constructed by that 59 1, 72 | for ~the furnishing of our house, these things are necessary 60 1, 73 | end of the builder is the house ~that he makes by building. 61 1, 76 | order, such as the form of a house; and such a form is ~accidental. 62 1, 77 | roof, and foundations are a house. But the ~potential whole 63 1, 41 | consubstantiality. We do not say that a house is "of" [de] the builder, ~ 64 1, 45 | divine idea, as a material house is like to the house in ~ 65 1, 45 | material house is like to the house in ~the architect's mind.~ 66 1, 47 | Thus he who wills to make a house tomorrow, and not today, 67 1, 48 | art; for the ~roof of a house differs from the foundation, 68 1, 48 | material; but in order that the house may be made perfect of ~ 69 1, 50 | evil because it burnt the house of a poor ~man. The judgment, 70 1, 57 | intended to build a ~larger house, would have made larger 71 1, 63 | the stones for building a house, from the fact that he ~ 72 1, 63 | more ornate part of the ~house. So it seems that God destined 73 1, 63 | whole; as the wall for a house. ~In this way the angelic 74 1, 65 | 5:1): "If ~our earthly house of this habitation be dissolved, 75 1, 65 | be dissolved, we have a house in ~heaven." Others, again, 76 1, 69 | as one might say: ~"This house was constructed by that 77 1, 71 | for ~the furnishing of our house, these things are necessary 78 1, 72 | end of the builder is the house ~that he makes by building. 79 1, 75 | order, such as the form of a house; and such a form is ~accidental. 80 1, 76 | roof, and foundations are a house. But the ~potential whole 81 1, 84 | stones are known before a house is known. Secondly ~as belonging 82 1, 84 | its parts. For we know a house vaguely before we know its ~ 83 1, 84 | time, such ~as a man or a house. But a whole contains many 84 1, 92 | just as the shape of a house points to the ~idea of the 85 1, 92 | as also the use of the house ~points to the will of the 86 1, 102 | we enter a well-ordered house we gather ~therefrom the 87 1, 102 | attains his end by building a house; thirdly, as ~something 88 1, 102 | act of building, ~but the house he builds. Now it may happen 89 1, 103 | preserved in being; thus the house continues to stand after 90 1, 103 | the builder causes ~the house in its "becoming," but he 91 1, 103 | that the "being" of the house is a result of its ~form, 92 1, 103 | a ~builder constructs a house, by making use of cement, 93 1, 103 | Therefore the "being" of a house depends on the nature of 94 1, 112 | this sense Babylon and the House of Israel are said to have ~ 95 1, 113 | the storm ~struck down his house and with it his children - 96 1, 113 | I will return into my house from ~whence I came out."~ 97 1, 116 | alone; as ~the form of a house is caused to be in matter 98 2, 5 | 14:2): "In My Father's house there ~are many mansions"; 99 2, 28 | 2:17: "The zeal of Thy house ~hath eaten me up," a gloss 100 2, 33 | 16): "When ~I go into my house, I shall repose myself with 101 2, 39 | is better to go to the ~house of mourning, than to the 102 2, 39 | of mourning, than to the house of feasting: for in that 103 2, 45 | fire does not heat a large house as well as it ~does a small 104 2, 45 | well as it ~does a small house." He says also (De Problem. 105 2, 58 | manner [moris] to dwell in a ~house." For both these significations 106 2, 60 | and selling either of a house or of a horse ~belong to 107 2, 68 | the four ~corners of the house.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 108 2, 72 | complete ~generation of a house, while the laying of the 109 2, 73 | and, in like manner, a house is no darker if ~the light 110 2, 73 | whom he owes his lands, his house, his ~position in the republic." 111 2, 79 | darkness, as happens to a house whose ~window-shutters are 112 2, 79 | no way the cause of ~the house being darkened, since it 113 2, 79 | light up the interior of the house; and the cause of this is ~ 114 2, 81 | Holiness becometh Thy House, O ~Lord."~ 115 2, 89 | as these are stored in a house, ~without belonging to the 116 2, 89 | to the substance of the house, and can be burnt, while ~ 117 2, 89 | can be burnt, while ~the house is saved, so also venial 118 2, 90 | work of building and the house built; so ~in the acts of 119 2, 95 | determine the general form of a house to some particular shape. ~ 120 2, 98 | desert for forty years, O house of Israel? But ~you carried 121 2, 99 | aims at the building of a ~house: and yet it contains various 122 2, 102 | the price of a dog in the house of . . . God." ~For the 123 2, 102 | suffices for one tabernacle or house. Therefore it was unbecoming ~ 124 2, 102 | Thee, how much less this house which I ~have built" for 125 2, 102 | eyes may be open upon this house . . . of which Thou hast 126 2, 102 | this it is evident that the house ~of the sanctuary was set 127 2, 102 | standing by; and that the ~house was filled with the glory 128 2, 102 | for the ~magnificence of a house depends on its being well 129 2, 102 | cleansed from leprosy, or to a house; as laid down in Lev. 14.~ 130 2, 102 | infidels, by going out from his house and ~kindred, for this reason 131 2, 102 | on the ~transoms of their house doors, as though declaring 132 2, 102 | referred the ~command: "In one house shall it be eaten, neither 133 2, 102 | flesh thereof out of the house": because, to wit, on account 134 2, 102 | lamb should be eaten in one house, i.e. ~in a catholic church, 135 2, 102 | uncleanness of leprosy in a house or in clothes. ~For just 136 2, 102 | the stones with which a house is built, or in ~clothes. 137 2, 102 | name of leprosy, ~whereby a house or a garment was deemed 138 2, 102 | is that the leprosy of a ~house signified the uncleanness 139 2, 102 | anything of the idol into thy house, lest thou become an anathema 140 2, 105 | thou shalt not go into his house to take away a ~pledge"; 141 2, 105 | rent as soon as he takes a house. Therefore it seems an unnecessarily ~ 142 2, 105 | thou shalt not go into his house to take away a pledge, but 143 2, 105 | both ~because a man's house is his surest refuge, wherefore 144 2, 105 | to be set upon in his own house; and because the Law does 145 2, 105 | man that had ~built a new house, or who had planted a vineyard, 146 2, 105 | 5: The builder of a new house, the planter of a vineyard, 147 2, 106 | I will perfect unto the house of Israel, and unto the ~ 148 2, 106 | of Israel, and unto the ~house of Judah, a new testament," 149 2, 106 | which I will make to the house ~of Israel . . . by giving [ 150 2, 108 | wise man that built ~his house upon a rock." But a wise 151 2, 6 | believed, and his whole house"; ~and (Rm. 10:17) it is 152 2, 10 | Now men enter into the house of ~God, i.e. into Holy 153 2, 10 | heretic to perish. But the house of David did not deserve 154 2, 10 | to ~the children [Vulg.: 'house'] of Israel." On the other 155 2, 11 | the fold, lest the whole house, ~the whole paste, the whole 156 2, 15 | upon them sitting in thy house, and walking on thy ~journey, 157 2, 15 | upon them sitting in thy house," etc.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 158 2, 15 | and on the doors of thy house." Thus the continual ~remembrance 159 2, 15 | returning, for instance, to the house door. Moreover it ~is clearly 160 2, 23 | addition; thus the light in a ~house increases when another candle 161 2, 25 | especially of those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, 162 2, 30 | especially of those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, 163 2, 30 | a strumpet . . . in the house of . . . thy God." In like 164 2, 30 | especially of those of his house, he hath denied the ~faith, 165 2, 31 | after wickedness in the house of the just, nor spoil his 166 2, 34 | 68:10: "The zeal of Thy house hath eaten me up." ~Therefore 167 2, 42 | especially of those of his ~house," it means that we ought 168 2, 45 | external matter, such as a house, a knife and ~so forth; 169 2, 46 | foundations are parts of a house; "subjective," as ox and 170 2, 50 | of movement, even as a ~house, after it is built, ceases 171 2, 60 | another by ~destroying his house he is bound to pay him the 172 2, 60 | pay him the value of the house. ~Secondly, a man may damnify 173 2, 62 | under the ~ruins of the house, except the Holy Ghost, 174 2, 62 | be found ~breaking into a house or undermining it, and be 175 2, 62 | defend one's life than one's house. Therefore neither is a 176 2, 68 | cloudy or fine, whether the house were painted or not, or 177 2, 69 | especially of those of his house, he ~hath denied the faith 178 2, 74 | Curse him ~down with his house, away with everything,' 179 2, 75 | neither shall there be in thy house a greater bushel ~and a 180 2, 75 | fleet horse, ~a tottering house for a safe one, rotten or 181 2, 76 | consumption: thus to use a house is to dwell in it, not to 182 2, 76 | another the ownership of his house while reserving to ~himself 183 2, 76 | may grant the use of ~the house, while retaining the ownership. 184 2, 76 | charge for the use of his house, and, besides this, ~revendicate 185 2, 76 | besides this, ~revendicate the house from the person to whom 186 2, 76 | in renting and letting a house.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 187 2, 76 | mortgages his land ~or the house wherein he dwells. Therefore 188 2, 76 | of usufruct, for instance house or land ~property and so 189 2, 76 | extorted from ~another his house or land, he is bound to 190 2, 76 | to restore not only the house or ~land but also the fruits 191 2, 81 | that I may dwell in the ~house of the Lord all the days 192 2, 82 | written (Is. 56:7): "My house shall be called the ~house 193 2, 82 | house shall be called the ~house of prayer," which words 194 2, 84 | a ~strumpet . . . in the house of the Lord thy God." Therefore 195 2, 84 | price ~of a dog" in the house of God. But it is evident 196 2, 85 | there may be meat in My ~house." Hence the precept about 197 2, 86 | out ~of the doors of my house, and shall meet me when 198 2, 86 | enter another religious house, if they are unwilling to 199 2, 86 | being in her father's house, and yet but a girl in age," 200 2, 86 | while in (her father's) house without his consent; nor 201 2, 86 | consecrated, e.g. a ~chalice or a house. On the other hand, an animal 202 2, 94 | passes in front of one's house; to go back to ~bed if you 203 2, 95 | there may be meat in My house; and try Me in this, ~saith 204 2, 95 | there may be meat in God's house": ~wherefore they did not 205 2, 98 | stricter rule, or in some house of the same order, if a ~ 206 2, 101 | shine to all that are in the house." ~In this sense honor is 207 2, 105 | Nicolas threw gold into a house secretly, wishing to ~avoid 208 2, 127 | is said that we are the ~house of Christ, "if we hold fast 209 2, 132 | for instance to make a house, or something of the kind; ~ 210 2, 135 | builder ~begins to build a house, but does not complete it. 211 2, 139 | the end of building is a house, whereas sometimes the end 212 2, 145 | the tenth shall be to the house of Judah, joy ~and gladness 213 2, 152 | force from her father's house ~that after being violated 214 2, 152 | force from her parents' house, and have carnal knowledge 215 2, 152 | force from ~her father's house. Again, the force employed 216 2, 152 | force from her parents' ~house, and is forcibly violated: 217 2, 159 | chooses to be an abject in the house of the Lord, ~rather than 218 2, 159 | he went down ~into his house justified." Hence Chrysostom 219 2, 165 | after wickedness in the house of the just, nor spoil his 220 2, 169 | Take ~order with thy house, for thou shalt surely die, 221 2, 171 | 1, "Take order with thy house, for thou shalt die and ~ 222 2, 177 | 16: "When I enter into my house, I shall repose myself with ~ 223 2, 178 | 8:16, "When I go into my house, I shall repose myself with 224 2, 180 | that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days 225 2, 181 | 2:20) that ~"in a great house there are not only vessels 226 2, 183 | of the poor is ~in your house," says that "ecclesiastical 227 2, 184 | priest are defiled; and in My house I have found ~their wickedness." 228 2, 184 | wrought much wickedness in My house?" ~Thirdly, the sin of a 229 2, 186 | and my brethren, and the house of my ~father, have fought 230 2, 186 | To whom I have given a house in the ~wilderness" (Job 231 2, 187 | die of hunger, whilst thy house is ~full of all manner of 232 2, 187 | educated in a ~religious house.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 233 2, 187 | first to govern her own house, and to make a return of 234 2, 187 | of them that are ~at my house," says [*Cf. St. Thomas' 235 2, 187 | of them that were at his house, he shows he was somewhat ~ 236 3, 2 | with juxtaposition; and a ~house is made of stones and beams 237 3, 2 | an art, as the form of a house; and thus one nature ~would 238 3, 7 | sheep that are lost of the house of ~Israel"; and the Apostle 239 3, 8 | door that all enter the ~house; and it is Christ alone 240 3, 13 | that ~"entering into a house, He would that no man should 241 3, 15 | 58:10, ~"the zeal of Thy house hath eaten me up," were 242 3, 15 | eaten ~up by zeal for the house of God, who seeks to better 243 3, 22 | pray for himself and ~his house, and for the whole congregation 244 3, 23 | intelligibility: thus the form of a house already built is like the ~ 245 3, 23 | because the material form of a house is not ~intelligible, as 246 3, 28 | this closed ~gate in the House of the Lord, except that 247 3, 29 | the whore in her ~father's house."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 248 3, 29 | conceives in her husband's house is understood to have conceived ~ 249 3, 29 | entry of her husband's ~house. Wherefore the words, "not 250 3, 29 | understood of taking her to his house. Hence the evangelist adds 251 3, 29 | had the entry of ~Joseph's house by reason of her first promise 252 3, 29 | before she was taken ~to the house of her husband,' because 253 3, 29 | because she was already in the house. For ~it was the custom 254 3, 29 | not yet admitted to his house, but only betrothed to ~ 255 3, 31 | wrought vengeance on the ~house of Achab and Jezabel, so 256 3, 31 | great was the curse on the house of ~Joram, through the wicked 257 3, 32 | Wisdom hath built herself a ~house." Now, Christ is Himself 258 3, 32 | Wisdom of God." And the house of ~this Wisdom is Christ' 259 3, 32 | ways. For, first, Christ's house is the Church, ~which He 260 3, 32 | body may be called His ~house, just as it is called His 261 3, 35 | Because ~He was of the house and of the family of David." 262 3, 35 | Bethlehem is interpreted 'the house ~of bread.' It is Christ 263 3, 35 | for us in His Father's house."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 264 3, 36 | not have indicated the ~house distinctly, unless it were 265 3, 40 | was sitting . ~. . in the house, behold, many publicans 266 3, 42 | sheep that are lost of the house of Israel." And (Rm. 10: 267 3, 42 | sheep that are lost in the house of ~Israel," Jerome says: " 268 3, 44 | said ~to him: "Go into thy house to thy friends, and tell 269 3, 59 | and He shall reign in the house of Jacob for ~ever." Therefore 270 3, 61 | Just as the head of the house is not proved to have a ~ 271 3, 64 | receive him not into the house, nor say to him; God speed ~ 272 3, 67 | threatened by a falling house, or by the sword or something 273 3, 68 | be a fountain open to the House of ~David, and to the inhabitants 274 3, 72 | coming, ~"filled the whole house," whereby the Church is 275 3, 72 | of Confirmation, like a house already built, he is ~consecrated 276 3, 73 | complete; ~thus we speak of one house, and one man. A thing is 277 3, 73 | operation of his soul, and a house by having all the parts 278 3, 75 | begins anew to be in some house, either ~because it is carried 279 3, 78 | principally the ~form of the house constructed, and secondarily 280 3, 78 | I ~will perfect unto the house of Israel a New Testament . . . 281 3, 80 | of Christ entering his house, it seems to be lawful for 282 3, 80 | receive Christ into his house.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 283 3, 83 | ought to be celebrated in a house and with sacred ~vessels?~ 284 3, 83 | not to be celebrated in a ~house and with sacred vessels. 285 3, 83 | Christ did not suffer in a house, but outside the ~city gate, 286 3, 83 | not to be celebrated in a house, but rather in ~the open 287 3, 83 | and the apostles. But the house wherein ~Christ first wrought 288 3, 83 | prepared by the master of the house, as related in ~Lk. 22:11, 289 3, 83 | and, breaking bread from ~house to house, they took their 290 3, 83 | breaking bread from ~house to house, they took their meat with 291 3, 83 | rule to be celebrated in a house, ~whereby the Church is 292 3, 83 | to behave thyself in the house of God, ~which is the Church 293 3, 83 | world might ~serve as a house for Christ's Passion. Nevertheless, 294 3, 83 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The house in which this sacrament 295 3, 83 | except in a consecrated house. Hence it is enacted (De 296 3, 83 | and the consecration of a house the holiness of the entire ~ 297 3, 83 | above - namely, without house, and altar, consecrated 298 3, 83 | when thou goest into the house of God"; and (Ecclus. 18: 299 3, 88 | I will return into my house, whence I ~came out," Bede 300 3, 90 | together, as the parts of a house, or by continuation, as 301 Suppl, 17| keys that one may enter a house the door of ~which is open. 302 Suppl, 29| of several parts - as a ~house, which is, in a way, several 303 Suppl, 54| live together in the same house were not forbidden to ~be 304 Suppl, 57| adopted child dwells in the house of ~his adopted father like 305 Suppl, 69| Cor. 5:1): "If our earthly house of ~this habitation be dissolved, 306 Suppl, 69| dissolved, that we have . . . a house not made with ~hands, but 307 Suppl, 69| That I may dwell in the house ~of the Lord all the days 308 Suppl, 69| on Job 30:23, "Where a house is appointed for every ~ 309 Suppl, 69| liveth," says: "Hell was the house of all the living until 310 Suppl, 69| darksome air is the prison house of the ~demons (2 Pt. 2: 311 Suppl, 70| produces the shape of a ~house.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 312 Suppl, 71| with the plenty ~of God's house (Ps. 35:10), they are not 313 Suppl, 74| coming of a thief ~into the house (Lk. 12:39,40). But the 314 Suppl, 74| But the thief comes to the house at ~night-time. Therefore 315 Suppl, 76| another distinct form of a ~house.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 316 Suppl, 83| materially: thus the form of the house built by the craftsman is ~ 317 Suppl, 84| draw it from the treasure house ~of the memory. Now after 318 Suppl, 84| them from the ~treasure house of his memory. Therefore 319 Suppl, 90| 14:2): "In My Father's house there ~are many mansions": 320 Suppl, 90| so that the unity of a house corresponds to the unity


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