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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | bishop should "embrace that ~faithful word which is according 2 1, 21 | believe not, He continueth faithful: He cannot deny Himself." 3 1, 22 | is said (Mt. 24:45), "a faithful and wise ~servant, whom 4 1, 58 | same way the life of the faithful and the just is called light 5 1, 58 | yet this very life of the ~faithful, when set in contrast to 6 1, 59 | same way the life of the faithful and the just is called light 7 1, 59 | yet this very life of the ~faithful, when set in contrast to 8 1, 94 | possess the Holy Ghost, as the faithful possess ~Him now," who are 9 1, 99 | the angels who remained faithful to God, while the ~others 10 1, 107 | when He ~shall have led the faithful to the enjoyment of God 11 1, 115 | from the hearts of the ~faithful to think that fate is anything 12 1, 116 | is the union of all the faithful. Therefore some things are ~ 13 2, 58 | science ~which makes man to be faithful and to do his duty to God." 14 2, 65 | where it is written: "God is faithful, by Whom you are called ~ 15 2, 68 | Ghost comes upon all the ~faithful; but, in a singular way, 16 2, 68 | xiv, 1) that "many of the ~faithful have not knowledge, though 17 2, 91 | testimony of the Lord is faithful," because of the ~certainty 18 2, 97 | Who, thinkest thou, is the faithful and wise dispenser ~[Douay: 19 2, 98 | Jewish people alone ~remained faithful to the worship of one God, 20 2, 100 | men, ~especially by the faithful. But other solemnities were 21 2, 100 | 2:13), "God continueth ~faithful, He cannot deny Himself." 22 2, 102 | constructed signify the faithful of Christ, who compose ~ 23 2, 102 | four ~colors: because the faithful are inwardly adorned with 24 2, 102 | living tabernacle, i.e. the faithful of whom the ~Church of Christ 25 2, 102 | foreshadowed the assembly of the ~faithful in the kingdom of heaven: 26 2, 102 | and on the lips of the ~faithful, by which same Passion we 27 2, 102 | the blameless life of the faithful who ~partake of Christ's 28 2, 102 | because He is ~the Head of the faithful; and by the he-goat, on 29 2, 103 | Law, for the minds of the ~faithful, to be united by faith to 30 2, 103 | to the salvation of the faithful; therefore Augustine (Epist. ~ 31 2, 106 | inscribed on the ~hearts of the faithful": and elsewhere, in the 32 2, 106 | in the New ~Law; and the faithful need to be instructed concerning 33 2, 107 | should become a burden to the faithful. For ~he says in reply to 34 2, 108 | observances pertaining to the ~faithful should also have been instituted 35 2, 108 | to the discretion of the faithful, since they ~have not of 36 2, 113 | belongs to the grace of the faithful." Therefore the ~justification 37 2, 1 | them ~to be credible. The faithful, on the other hand, know 38 2, 1 | proved in the eyes of the faithful, ~as a conclusion drawn 39 2, 1 | symbol, concerns all the faithful. Now the faithful are not 40 2, 1 | all the faithful. Now the faithful are not all competent ~to 41 2, 1 | that even if ~some of the faithful lack living faith, they 42 2, 3 | encouragement to the rest of the faithful, or to check the attacks 43 2, 3 | not the duty of all the faithful to ~instruct others in the 44 2, 3 | either to the faith or to the faithful. Hence Our Lord said (Mt. ~ 45 2, 5 | the first sense in ~the faithful of Christ: and in this way 46 2, 5 | the same way as one of the faithful does, ~namely by adhering 47 2, 5 | equal degree by all the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[4] 48 2, 9 | xiv, 1) that "many of the faithful lack knowledge though ~they 49 2, 10 | belongs to the grace of the faithful." ~Therefore not to have 50 2, 10 | should be compelled by the ~faithful, if it be possible to do 51 2, 10 | this reason that Christ's faithful ~often wage war with unbelievers, 52 2, 10 | the Church forbids the faithful to communicate with certain ~ 53 2, 10 | person is forbidden to ~the faithful, in two ways: first, as 54 2, 10 | Church does not forbid the faithful to ~communicate with unbelievers, 55 2, 10 | and are condemned by the faithful to some temporal ~punishment. 56 2, 10 | the ~Church forbids the faithful to communicate with those 57 2, 10 | than to the aversion of the faithful from the faith. These are 58 2, 10 | special ~sins, withdraws the faithful from communication with 59 2, 10 | the reverse: and so the faithful are ~not forbidden to have 60 2, 10 | authority or dominion over the faithful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 61 2, 10 | authority or dominion ~over the faithful. For the Apostle says (1 62 2, 10 | have authority over the faithful. ~Therefore it seems that 63 2, 10 | have authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 64 2, 10 | subjects. Now some of the faithful were members of unbelieving 65 2, 10 | have ~authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 66 2, 10 | have authority over the faithful even as to dominion.~Aquin.: 67 2, 10 | pronounce ~judgment on the faithful, for the Apostle says (1 68 2, 10 | have authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 69 2, 10 | of unbelievers over the faithful as ~of a thing to be established 70 2, 10 | contempt, if they see the faithful fall away. Hence the ~Apostle 71 2, 10 | the ~Apostle forbade the faithful to go to law before an unbelieving 72 2, 10 | the distinction between faithful and unbelievers arises ~ 73 2, 10 | the distinction between faithful and unbelievers, considered 74 2, 10 | of unbelievers over the ~faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 75 2, 10 | forfeit ~their power over the faithful who are converted into children 76 2, 10 | preceded the distinction of ~faithful from unbelievers. Hence 77 2, 10 | should be a ~few of the faithful in the emperor's household, 78 2, 10 | defend ~the rest of the faithful. Thus the Blessed Sebastian 79 2, 10 | dominion or authority ~over the faithful, than that they should be 80 2, 10 | reason to fear that the ~faithful will be perverted by such 81 2, 11 | in the constancy of the faithful being put ~to the test, 82 2, 12 | and so she allowed ~the faithful to obey Julian the apostate, 83 2, 22 | written (1 ~Cor. 1:9): "God is faithful: by Whom you are called 84 2, 23 | progress, let none of the faithful say: 'Enough.' For ~whosoever 85 2, 24 | when we pray for all the faithful, or for a ~whole people, 86 2, 29 | unbelievers as well as for the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 87 2, 29 | civic matters, that of the faithful is in spiritual matters, 88 2, 30 | and ~usury: I speak to the faithful to whom we dispense the 89 2, 31 | and all the rest of the faithful should be most solicitous ~ 90 2, 37 | is the duty of Christ's faithful to lead back those ~who 91 2, 38 | oppresses those who are faithful and humble. But he who ~ 92 2, 38 | the ~end. Now, among the faithful, carnal wars should be considered 93 2, 38 | safeguarding the common weal of the faithful, it is lawful to ~carry 94 2, 45 | Who, thinkest thou, is a ~faithful and prudent [Douay: 'wise'] 95 2, 53 | Apostle does not counsel the faithful to be deceived in ~their 96 2, 65 | that the judge may have a faithful record of the truth of the 97 2, 66 | secrets; but he that is faithful, ~concealeth the thing committed 98 2, 68 | secrets, but he ~that is faithful concealeth the thing committed 99 2, 72 | Nothing can be compared to a faithful ~friend." Again, a man's 100 2, 78 | according to Mt. 24:45, "A faithful and wise servant, ~whom 101 2, 79 | virtue, because it makes us faithful, and fulfil our just ~obligations 102 2, 81 | representing the body of the faithful: wherefore such like prayer 103 2, 83 | things ~given to God by the faithful; (2) Of vows, whereby something 104 2, 84 | account of custom; ~for the faithful are bound at certain solemn 105 2, 84 | but also as regards the faithful dispensation thereof, ~by 106 2, 86 | For one to be accounted faithful one must keep one's ~promises. 107 2, 86 | 7)]. Now man ought to be faithful to God above all, both on 108 2, 88 | Apostle too besought the faithful "by the mercy of God" ~( 109 2, 92 | images set up which the faithful worship. Therefore idolatry, 110 2, 98 | Altare]): "None of the faithful is ignorant that ~buying 111 2, 99 | country ~and render them faithful service."~Aquin.: SMT SS 112 2, 102 | things?~(6) Whether the faithful are bound to obey the secular 113 2, 102 | Christ does not excuse the faithful from the obligation of ~ 114 2, 145 | concern the common weal of the faithful in ~spiritual goods.~Aquin.: 115 2, 145 | opposed to the freedom of the ~faithful, rather are they of use 116 2, 145 | most becoming that the faithful should rejoice spiritually 117 2, 145 | sin, and the minds of the ~faithful to be raised to God by devotion: 118 2, 145 | the common custom of the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 119 2, 150 | of the Church informs the faithful in no uncertain manner, 120 2, 169 | for the instruction of the faithful; yet not all to every one, ~ 121 2, 174 | nor does ~each one of the faithful now speak save in one tongue. 122 2, 181 | opposed to unity. Now the faithful of ~Christ are called to 123 2, 181 | threefold distinction ~among the faithful. One, with regard to perfection, 124 2, 183 | according to Mt. 24:45, "A faithful and a wise servant, whom 125 2, 183 | and robbery oppresses ~the faithful and the humble." Therefore 126 2, 183 | Tim. 5:16): "If any of the faithful have widows, let him ~minister 127 2, 183 | dispensers that a man ~be found faithful." Moreover ecclesiastical 128 2, 183 | or the offerings of the faithful ~only one part is to be 129 2, 184 | down the way in which the faithful are to give alms saying: " 130 2, 185 | by the offerings ~of the faithful, and it is of these that 131 2, 185 | live at the expense of the faithful is the stipend ~appointed 132 2, 185 | live on ~the alms of the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[187] A[ 133 2, 185 | live at the expense of the faithful, either in order to cut 134 2, 185 | princes or of any of the ~faithful any endowment whatsoever 135 2, 185 | movable ~goods from the faithful they can lawfully live on 136 2, 185 | that "the good works of the faithful should not leave God's servants 137 2, 185 | live at the charge of the ~faithful): "if they be ministers 138 2, 185 | offered is common to all the faithful. Thirdly, if they ~devote 139 2, 185 | live at the charge of the faithful, as stated above.~Aquin.: 140 2, 185 | without the alms of the faithful. Thus ~alms are besought 141 2, 186 | their livelihood from ~the faithful of Christ, according to 142 2, 186 | purpose, ~it follows that the faithful of Christ are bound to support 143 2, 186 | spiritual ~arms in defending the faithful against the errors of heretics 144 2, 186 | devil, than to protect the faithful by means of bodily ~weapons. 145 2, 186 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The faithful are not bound by law to 146 2, 186 | tithes and ~offerings of the faithful for that purpose, as well 147 2, 186 | willing to minister to the ~faithful by exercising the aforesaid 148 2, 186 | payment as of right, the faithful are not burdened thereby ~ 149 2, 186 | of the ~multitude of the faithful, and the difficulty of finding 150 2, 186 | belong, says: "Embracing that faithful word which is according 151 3, 1 | must be the mind of the faithful servant, to account the 152 3, 4 | men, especially of ~the faithful." But nature as it is in 153 3, 6 | Jn. 1:16), i.e. all the faithful of all ~time, as Chrysostom 154 3, 7 | by the conversion of the ~faithful does not pertain to the 155 3, 7 | ordained to the benefit of the ~faithful. But it does not seem that 156 3, 7 | Apostle desires for the faithful to whom he writes.~Aquin.: 157 3, 8 | But ~there are many of the faithful in whom is found the spot 158 3, 8 | not the Head of all the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[3] 159 3, 8 | men, especially of the faithful," and (1 Jn. 2:2): "He is 160 3, 8 | the congregation of the faithful: ~and in the angels there 161 3, 8 | the congregation of the faithful; ~but, in heaven, it is 162 3, 8 | Head ~not merely of the faithful, but of comprehensors, as 163 3, 20 | when He has brought the faithful, over ~whom He now reigns 164 3, 22 | Christ is presented to the faithful under the form ~of bread 165 3, 25 | Church as practiced by the faithful as time went on. ~Wherefore 166 3, 29 | For by this example the faithful are taught that if ~after 167 3, 36 | men, ~especially of the faithful." Therefore Christ's birth 168 3, 36 | summit of a mountain with faithful ~assiduity: whence they 169 3, 39 | is commendable that the faithful of Christ should be ~baptized, 170 3, 39 | heaven was opened to the faithful through Christ's ~Passion, 171 3, 39 | because, to ~wit, the faithful after baptism stand in need 172 3, 39 | Now the baptism which the faithful receive is hallowed by the ~ 173 3, 42 | avoid offending not only the faithful, but even unbelievers, ~ 174 3, 42 | witnesses, the same command to faithful men, who shall be fit to 175 3, 45 | as a reward to all the ~faithful (2 Cor. 3:18; Phil. 3:21), 176 3, 46 | believe ~not, He continueth faithful, He cannot deny Himself." 177 3, 47 | written (Dt. 32:4): "God is ~faithful, and without any iniquity." 178 3, 48 | Himself, but likewise in His faithful ones, as ~He says Himself ( 179 3, 48 | merited the ~salvation of the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 180 3, 48 | satisfaction belongs to all the faithful as being His ~members. Also, 181 3, 49 | soweth ~justice, there is a faithful reward." But the reward 182 3, 51 | foreshadowed the devotion of ~the faithful who in the time to come 183 3, 52 | not yet paid: just as the faithful are now delivered by baptism 184 3, 53 | in order the lives of the faithful: according to Rm. ~6:4: " 185 3, 54 | Hence our Lord assured His faithful ones by saying (Mt. 10:30): ~" 186 3, 57 | was withdrawn from the ~faithful by the Ascension, still 187 3, 57 | Godhead is ever with ~the faithful, as He Himself says (Mt. 188 3, 57 | For even to put ~the faithful beside the unbeliever is 189 3, 63 | that by their means the ~faithful receive a certain spiritual 190 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The faithful of Christ are destined to 191 3, 63 | military service. Now the faithful are deputed to a twofold 192 3, 63 | 2~Secondly, each of the faithful is deputed to receive, or 193 3, 63 | to Whose character the faithful are likened by ~reason of 194 3, 63 | manner the character of the faithful is that by ~which the faithful 195 3, 63 | faithful is that by ~which the faithful of Christ are distinguished 196 3, 63 | sacramental character ~Christ's faithful have a share in His Priesthood; 197 3, 63 | spiritual priesthood, so His faithful are ~likened to Him by sharing 198 3, 64 | unclean from the body of the faithful, or ~prepare them by their 199 3, 64 | but for the good of ~the faithful; lest they should put their 200 3, 65 | order and Confirmation the faithful of Christ are ~deputed to 201 3, 66 | whereby the devotion of the faithful is ~aroused, and the cunning 202 3, 66 | arouse the devotion of the faithful, and ~their reverence for 203 3, 66 | for the instruction of the faithful. Because simple and ~unlettered 204 3, 66 | which baptism, indeed, the ~faithful are not baptized, rather 205 3, 66 | of the ~salvation of the faithful in the Church; since then " 206 3, 68 | too, if they be good and faithful) as from the whole company ~ 207 3, 68 | company ~of the saints and the faithful. For they are rightly considered 208 3, 69 | which is proper to the faithful of Christ, as the Apostle 209 3, 70 | the congregation of the faithful. Now our faith is the same ~ 210 3, 70 | aggregated to the body of the faithful. Consequently, it ~is manifest 211 3, 70 | behooved the body of the faithful to be gathered together 212 3, 72 | gives edification to the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 213 3, 72 | under visible ~signs on the faithful, just as, at the beginning, 214 3, 72 | nor from the rest of the faithful, because this ~sacrament 215 3, 72 | is enjoined to all ~the faithful. Therefore a character is 216 3, 72 | by his employer. ~Now the faithful of Christ are a Divine work, 217 3, 72 | Pope Urban I says: "All the faithful should. after Baptism, ~ 218 3, 72 | Ghost was given to ~Christ's faithful on the day of Pentecost, 219 3, 72 | that, Our Lord promised His faithful (Mt. 18:20) saying: "Where ~ 220 3, 72 | of the multitude of the faithful, and on account of ~imminent 221 3, 73 | that then every one of the faithful becomes a partaker of the 222 3, 73 | of "Sacrifice"; and the faithful intercommunicate through 223 3, 73 | these expressions by the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 224 3, 74 | sacrament is the use of the faithful. Consequently, the quantity 225 3, 74 | comparison with the use of ~the faithful. But this cannot be determined 226 3, 74 | comparison with the use ~of the faithful who are actually present; 227 3, 74 | reference to ~the number of the faithful absolutely. But the number 228 3, 74 | absolutely. But the number of the faithful is ~not a determinate one. 229 3, 74 | But the number of the ~faithful, for whose use this sacrament 230 3, 74 | with the sincerity of the faithful, which is ~required in the 231 3, 74 | of this sacrament by the faithful, in this respect ~that by 232 3, 74 | while the ~usage of the faithful is not essential to the 233 3, 75 | ordained for the profit of ~the faithful. But according to Gregory 234 3, 76 | to the refection of the faithful, which consists in food 235 3, 76 | for the ~salvation of the faithful, not by virtue of the species, 236 3, 76 | body be shown apart to the faithful as food, and the blood as ~ 237 3, 78 | as it is the drink of the faithful, which is not implied under ~ 238 3, 80 | then every one of the faithful becomes a partaker," i.e. ~ 239 3, 80 | promote the ~welfare of the faithful. But the Church's statute 240 3, 80 | it was enacted that the faithful ~should communicate daily: 241 3, 80 | Innocent III commanded that the faithful ~should communicate "at 242 3, 80 | Eccles. Dogmat. xxiii, the faithful are counseled "to communicate ~ 243 3, 80 | not lie in the use of ~the faithful, but in the consecration 244 3, 82 | Who, ~thinkest thou, is a faithful and wise servant?" and afterwards 245 3, 82 | are not made for ~all the faithful, as in the mass; therefore 246 3, 82 | merely in ~relation to the faithful of Christ to whom the sacraments 247 3, 82 | those days on which the ~faithful usually communicate. And 248 3, 82 | accomplished in being used by the ~faithful, and therefore he alone 249 3, 83 | effect flows out to the faithful; but at Passion-tide Christ' 250 3, 83 | place but once; whereas the faithful receive daily the fruits ~ 251 3, 83 | already consecrated, and the faithful lie in it, it ~is lawful 252 3, 83 | the salvation ~of all the faithful. But in the celebration 253 3, 83 | the salvation of all the faithful and of ~the departed. Consequently 254 3, 83 | devotion on the part of the faithful is required in ~every sacrament. 255 3, 83 | Consequently, the devotion of the faithful ought not to ~be stirred 256 3, 83 | the instruction of the faithful, ~because this sacrament 257 3, 83 | is the instruction of the faithful who take part in this ~sacrament; 258 3, 83 | Christ it spreads ~to the faithful by the work of His ministers, 259 Suppl, 9 | confession:~Simple, humble, pure, faithful,~Frequent, undisguised, 260 Suppl, 9 | confession is said to be "faithful," ~i.e. true. Secondly, 261 Suppl, 21| things, viz. the body of the faithful and the participation of 262 Suppl, 21| presupposes the former, since the faithful ~are united together in 263 Suppl, 21| privation of communion with the ~faithful, but not of the participation 264 Suppl, 21| given, because, to wit, the faithful communicate together in 265 Suppl, 21| Now communion with the faithful is twofold. One consists 266 Suppl, 21| partaking together with the faithful in spiritual ~things, in 267 Suppl, 21| lawful communion with the faithful."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[21] A[ 268 Suppl, 21| charity which unites all the faithful, making them ~one in God, 269 Suppl, 21| from the whole body of the ~faithful, for whom she prays. Hence 270 Suppl, 21| sacraments received and from the faithful ~dwelling together.~Aquin.: 271 Suppl, 21| from the communion of the faithful that he may blush with ~ 272 Suppl, 22| from the communion of ~the faithful, it belongs to the external 273 Suppl, 22| from the ~communion of the faithful, he is deprived of the use 274 Suppl, 22| of the ~communion of the faithful. But when a man has been 275 Suppl, 23| of the communion of the faithful. Wherefore it is ~lawful 276 Suppl, 23| of the communion of the faithful. Wherefore it is not lawful 277 Suppl, 23| unbelievers as ~well as the faithful who are under her care: 278 Suppl, 23| from the communion of the faithful over whom she exercises 279 Suppl, 26| the congregation of the ~faithful, and since a congregation 280 Suppl, 29| in something used by the faithful, is that in respect of ~ 281 Suppl, 36| Our Lord describes the faithful servant whom He has set ~" 282 Suppl, 37| from the assembly of ~the faithful; this belongs to the doorkeepers. 283 Suppl, 49| faith" the duty of remaining faithful, ~and there can be no matrimony 284 Suppl, 57| a sacrament ~whereby the faithful are born again in Christ, 285 Suppl, 62| party and in favor of the ~faithful party, so that the latter 286 Suppl, 69| the Church ~prays for the faithful to be brought.~Aquin.: SMT 287 Suppl, 71| Para. 2/2~Further, all the faithful united together by charity 288 Suppl, 71| sacrifices offered for the faithful departed ~profit the saints, 289 Suppl, 71| Church or for the use of the faithful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 290 Suppl, 71| that the devotion of the ~faithful is fruitless. Now some, 291 Suppl, 71| iv), the devotion of ~the faithful is not fruitless when they 292 Suppl, 71| excite ~the devotion of the faithful, who are more inclined to 293 Suppl, 71| always to be said for all the faithful departed: and ~this is evidently 294 Suppl, 93| in order to rank with the faithful who are ~married."~Aquin.:


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