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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 7 | because it is impossible to pass through an ~infinite medium.~ 2 1, 10 | To extreme heat they will pass from snowy waters" (Job 3 1, 14 | although in operations which pass to an external ~effect, 4 1, 16 | of the true ~must needs pass from the intellect to the 5 1, 18 | twofold. Actions of one kind pass out to external matter, 6 1, 19 | wills a thing, it comes ~to pass; and every true conditional 7 1, 20 | himself, and ~causes him to pass, as it were, into the object 8 1, 20 | outside himself, and made to pass into ~the object of his 9 1, 20 | may seem presumptuous to pass judgment on these matters; 10 1, 22 | decree, and it shall not pass away." In this manner both ~ 11 1, 34 | an action which does not pass into an exterior effect, ~ 12 1, 43 | might ~signify, and then pass away." Thus the visible 13 1, 46 | least awaits ~for today to pass, and for tomorrow to come; 14 1, 46 | But it is impossible to pass ~through an infinite medium. 15 1, 53 | seem that an angel does not pass through intermediate ~space. 16 1, 53 | soul by taking thought can pass from one extreme to another 17 1, 53 | much ~more can an angel pass from one extreme to another 18 1, 53 | was necessary for him to pass ~through intervening space.~ 19 1, 53 | continuous, the angel cannot pass from one extreme to another 20 1, 53 | is possible for him to ~pass from one extreme to another 21 1, 53 | either that it does not pass through all ~the intermediate 22 1, 53 | continuous, he does not pass through all intermediate 23 1, 54 | another ~which does not pass outwards, but which remains 24 1, 55 | other it is necessary to ~pass through the middle. Now 25 1, 62 | the ~angel would have to pass through many stages of merit 26 1, 62 | the infinite; it comes to pass that the rational creature 27 1, 62 | once ~secured, it cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: 28 1, 63 | in whom ~evil comes to pass from seeking after sensible 29 1, 64 | did not know would come to pass, as we said when dealing 30 1, 67 | one place to ~another must pass through the intervening 31 1, 75 | since to be moved is to pass from ~potentiality to actuality, 32 1, 76 | the agent, and does not pass into ~something else, as 33 1, 43 | might ~signify, and then pass away." Thus the visible 34 1, 47 | least awaits ~for today to pass, and for tomorrow to come; 35 1, 47 | But it is impossible to pass ~through an infinite medium. 36 1, 54 | seem that an angel does not pass through intermediate ~space. 37 1, 54 | soul by taking thought can pass from one extreme to another 38 1, 54 | much ~more can an angel pass from one extreme to another 39 1, 54 | was necessary for him to pass ~through intervening space.~ 40 1, 54 | continuous, the angel cannot pass from one extreme to another 41 1, 54 | is possible for him to ~pass from one extreme to another 42 1, 54 | either that it does not pass through all ~the intermediate 43 1, 54 | continuous, he does not pass through all intermediate 44 1, 55 | another ~which does not pass outwards, but which remains 45 1, 56 | other it is necessary to ~pass through the middle. Now 46 1, 63 | the ~angel would have to pass through many stages of merit 47 1, 63 | the infinite; it comes to pass that the rational creature 48 1, 63 | once ~secured, it cannot pass to a higher degree.~Aquin.: 49 1, 64 | in whom ~evil comes to pass from seeking after sensible 50 1, 65 | did not know would come to pass, as we said when dealing 51 1, 68 | one place to ~another must pass through the intervening 52 1, 74 | since to be moved is to pass from ~potentiality to actuality, 53 1, 75 | the agent, and does not pass into ~something else, as 54 1, 88 | immediately, but ~the souls who pass hence thither, or by angels 55 1, 101 | where the sun does ~not pass vertically overhead, are 56 1, 104 | subject; since it does not pass into external matter; as 57 1, 112 | as regards ~things which pass away, the providence of 58 1, 112 | appointed for men who have to pass by ~an unsafe road, so an 59 2, 5 | goods of the present life pass away; since life itself ~ 60 2, 5 | time goes on, man should pass from happiness to misery, 61 2, 13 | this way, since he ~did not pass by the others, and there 62 2, 14 | But it is impossible to pass through the ~infinite. If 63 2, 19 | reason thereof; it comes to ~pass that the quantity of goodness 64 2, 19 | And therefore it comes to pass that a certain ~will is 65 2, 31 | that, ~since they do not pass into outward matter, they 66 2, 31 | because ~actions which pass into outward matter, are 67 2, 31 | are corruptible, and ~soon pass away; whereas spiritual 68 2, 32 | pleasant, so that one part may pass and another succeed, ~and 69 2, 49 | acts and passions, we now pass on to the ~consideration 70 2, 57 | there are various matters to pass judgment on, ~so are there 71 2, 67 | works of the active life pass away from the body." Therefore ~ 72 2, 67 | same identically, cannot pass from one species to ~another, 73 2, 71 | than vicious acts, that pass forthwith. Therefore a vicious 74 2, 73 | to sin is the same as to pass over a line. But passing 75 2, 74 | AA[1],6). Now some ~acts pass into external matter, e.g. " 76 2, 74 | there are acts which do not pass into external matter, but 77 2, 74 | efficient causes whose ~actions pass into external matter, and 78 2, 74 | members are actions that pass into ~external matter, as 79 2, 74 | that actions ~which do not pass into external matter are 80 2, 76 | except only original sin, pass as to guilt, yet remain 81 2, 81 | since accidents do not pass from one ~subject to another. 82 2, 93 | waters, that they should not pass ~their limits."~Aquin.: 83 2, 93 | decree, and it shall not pass away." And thus all actions ~ 84 2, 96 | because none is competent to pass sentence on him, if he acts 85 2, 96 | they are ~made they must pass judgment not on them, but 86 2, 96 | the lawgiver, he seems to pass judgment on the law. ~Therefore 87 2, 100 | daughter, making them to pass through the fire: . . . 88 2, 104 | But if the state or nation pass to another form of government, 89 2, 105 | son, his inheritance shall pass to his ~daughter." Therefore 90 2, 105 | 22:1-4): "Thou shalt not pass by, if thou seest ~thy brother' 91 2, 105 | think that his ~estate would pass to strangers. Nevertheless 92 2, 106 | this ~generation shall not pass till all (these) things 93 2, 107 | or one tittle ~shall not pass of the Law till all be fulfilled."~ 94 2, 113 | a thing we ought not ~to pass over the end, which is the 95 2, 113 | for heaven and earth shall pass away, but the ~justification 96 2, 12 | without?" She can, however, pass sentence of punishment on 97 2, 15 | so far as our ~movements pass from the state of vigil 98 2, 19 | matter, because, in order to pass from the ~universal opinion 99 2, 28 | comes near to us, so as to pass to us from him. Hence the ~ 100 2, 31 | extreme to another is to ~pass through the middle space. 101 2, 36 | 1 Kgs. 14:1, "It came to pass one day," etc. says: "Catholics 102 2, 47 | in ~order, so that he may pass easily from one memory to 103 2, 47 | the reason being that we pass quickly from the one ~to 104 2, 60 | external things, which can pass from one ~person to another, 105 2, 62 | evil-doer, since he can pass judgment on him. But no 106 2, 62 | his own life that he may pass to a happier life, nor that 107 2, 65 | would seem that a judge may pass sentence on a man who is 108 2, 65 | it seems that a man ~may pass sentence of condemnation 109 2, 65 | authorize him to proceed to pass sentence, except ~according 110 2, 69 | his burden, thou shalt not pass by, but shall ~lift him 111 2, 80 | Leo says [*Serm. viii, De Pass. Dom.] ~that the Jews "out 112 2, 81 | And ~it shall come to pass, that before they call, 113 2, 81 | they should have a mind to pass the ~limits to see the Lord, 114 2, 82 | His holy court," says: "We pass from these courts into ~ 115 2, 85 | and ~sheep and goats, that pass under the shepherd's rod, 116 2, 85 | trees" and animals "that ~pass under the shepherd's rod." 117 2, 104 | since thanksgiving seems to ~pass from one person to another. 118 2, 118 | earthly laws, although men pass judgment on them when they 119 2, 120 | Dt. 22:1, "Thou shalt not pass by if thou seest thy brother' 120 2, 135 | because often they soon pass away: wherefore it is not 121 2, 152 | movements in some degree pass" from the waking state to 122 2, 169 | 22: "When my glory shall pass, I will set thee in a hole 123 2, 170 | Lord, and it come not to ~pass, that thing the Lord hath 124 2, 178 | reason. For if the reason pass from the genus to the species, 125 2, 180 | they ~should have a mind to pass the" fixed "limits to see 126 2, 182 | not lawful for anyone to pass from a more ~excellent to 127 2, 182 | Lk. 9:62]. Yet a man may pass from the religious to the 128 2, 182 | Further, it is not lawful to pass from a more perfect to a 129 2, 182 | state. Yet it is lawful to pass from the monastic state 130 2, 182 | bishops. We may, however, pass this over and reply ~that 131 2, 183 | 4) Whether a bishop may pass over to the religious state?~( 132 2, 183 | For no one can lawfully pass from a more ~perfect to 133 2, 183 | state, so is it unlawful to pass from the episcopal to ~the 134 2, 183 | of grace ~it is lawful to pass from the religious to the 135 2, 183 | Therefore ~it is not lawful to pass contrariwise from the episcopal 136 2, 183 | going back, if he wished to pass ~to the religious state, 137 2, 184 | is easier for a camel to ~pass through the eye of a needle, 138 2, 186 | we wish the ~soldiers who pass from the monastic school 139 2, 187 | religion?~(8) Whether one may pass from one religious order 140 2, 187 | control, that is to ~say, we pass from simple doctrine, by 141 2, 187 | right order requires one to pass from that which comes first 142 2, 187 | follows that one ought not to pass to the ~observance of the 143 2, 187 | in so far as one has to pass ~from easy matter to that 144 2, 187 | arts with which they are to pass their lives.~Aquin.: SMT 145 2, 187 | priest or ~archdeacon to pass over to religion.~Aquin.: 146 2, 187 | Whether it is lawful to pass from one religious order 147 2, 187 | 1: It seems unlawful to pass from one religious order 148 2, 187 | righteous." Now those who pass from one religious ~order 149 2, 187 | is unlawful for anyone to pass from the state of canon ~ 150 2, 187 | unlawful for anyone ~to pass from one religious order 151 2, 187 | if a person may lawfully pass from one religious order 152 2, 187 | Therefore a religious may not pass from one ~religious order 153 2, 187 | the good of their soul to pass ~to another monastery on 154 2, 187 | Therefore one may lawfully pass from one ~religious order 155 2, 187 | It is not commendable to pass from one religious order 156 2, 187 | Nevertheless one may commendably pass from one religious order 157 2, 187 | is commendable for one to pass even to a less severe ~religious 158 2, 187 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Those who pass to a stricter religious 159 2, 187 | members to be lay monks, to pass from the monastic ~order 160 2, 187 | consequently it will be lawful ~to pass from an order of canons 161 3, 13 | and the ~contrary came to pass, for it is written (Mt. 162 3, 13 | knows ought not to come to pass."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[13] A[ 163 3, 13 | qu. 77): "What ~came to pass, this Christ must be said 164 3, 13 | sought; and so it came ~to pass." Or it may be said that 165 3, 14 | and thereby it came to pass that the beatitude remained 166 3, 18 | possible, let this chalice pass from Me; yet not My ~will, 167 3, 21 | 6:12): "And it came to pass in those ~days, that He 168 3, 21 | 26:39): "Let this chalice pass from Me." Therefore ~Christ' 169 3, 21 | He says 'Let this chalice pass from Me'; for this was the 170 3, 21 | chalice of His Passion might pass from Him (Mt. 26:39). Secondly, 171 3, 21 | When He asks ~that this may pass from Him, He does not pray 172 3, 21 | does not pray that it may pass by Him, ~but that others 173 3, 28 | opened, and no man shall pass through it; because the ~ 174 3, 28 | mean that 'no man shall pass through it,' save that Joseph ~ 175 3, 31 | of the world in which we pass this mortal life ~under 176 3, 31 | the fact that Christ would pass from the Jews to ~the Gentiles."~ 177 3, 36 | flock . . . And it came to pass, after the ~angels departed 178 3, 38 | Lk. 3:21): "It came to pass, when all ~the people were 179 3, 39 | Lk. 3:21): "It came to pass, when all ~the people were 180 3, 39 | the law was ~about to pass away after Christ's baptism: 181 3, 39 | Holy Ghost, to those who pass through the waters of baptism. 182 3, 39 | to signify ~something and pass away," as Augustine says ( 183 3, 40 | Mt. 9:10): "It came to pass as He was sitting . ~. . 184 3, 40 | Lk. 6:12): "It came to pass in those ~days, that He 185 3, 42 | Heaven and earth shall pass away, but My words ~shall 186 3, 42 | but My words ~shall not pass away." Therefore it seems 187 3, 43 | healed, the Evangelists pass quickly over, not mentioning 188 3, 43 | heaven and earth shall pass ~away'; but the salvation 189 3, 44 | eclipse, "and afterwards ~pass away." The fourth miracle 190 3, 44 | east to the ~west, did not pass the sun so as to be to the 191 3, 46 | if this chalice may not pass away but I must drink it, 192 3, 46 | Christ's ~Passion could not pass away; hence Hilary says ( 193 3, 46 | Therefore the chalice cannot pass except He drink of it, because 194 3, 46 | cannot ~let His justice pass; for it is written (2 Tim. 195 3, 46 | If this chalice may not pass away but I must ~drink of 196 3, 46 | Person: ~"O all ye that pass by the way attend, and see 197 3, 46 | hour ~was come for Him to pass out of this world to the 198 3, 47 | If this chalice ~may not pass away, but I must drink it, 199 3, 47 | prophets said would come to pass: but they did not know ~ 200 3, 49 | and the unclean shall not pass over ~it." Now there is 201 3, 50 | possible, let this chalice pass ~away from Me," as Augustine 202 3, 54 | economy that the glory did not pass from His soul to ~His body, 203 3, 55 | that they ~were going to pass from the people of Israel 204 3, 59 | is upright zeal, so as to pass ~judgment not out of hatred 205 3, 59 | who ~alone is Truth itself pass judgment on us, when we 206 3, 59 | Him: this will ~come to pass in the future, when He shall 207 3, 62 | sacraments, "are done ~and pass away, but the power," viz. 208 3, 62 | is an accident it cannot pass from one ~subject to another. 209 3, 62 | Although an accident does not pass from one subject to ~another, 210 3, 62 | nevertheless in a fashion it does pass from its cause into its ~ 211 3, 63 | above (AA[3],4). But some pass from the worship of God 212 3, 64 | ministry would certainly pass to both good and evil men . . ~. 213 3, 71 | And then, if ~the danger pass, they should be supplied, 214 3, 73 | fruition, which shall come to pass in ~heaven; and according 215 3, 75 | if this begin to come to pass before the consecration, ~ 216 3, 75 | being. But this comes to pass differently on the one side 217 3, 75 | of ~the extremes does not pass into the other, we cannot 218 3, 76 | there when ~the species pass, because the existence of 219 3, 77 | Therefore it cannot come to pass, even by ~miracle, that 220 3, 77 | because accidents do ~not pass from subject to subject, 221 3, 77 | hence it cannot come to pass for ~an accident remaining 222 3, 77 | again, when these species pass away; because then ~the 223 3, 77 | substance; and therefore it can pass to both, that is, into substance 224 3, 77 | that "this bread does not pass into the body," because, 225 3, 78 | animated instrument, can pass on to ~inanimate instruments. 226 3, 78 | 39): "Let this ~chalice pass away from Me": so that the 227 3, 79 | but that the ~just do not pass through this life without 228 3, 79 | from ~which it comes to pass that even here the whole 229 3, 79 | sacrament. For it ~can come to pass that after many venial sins 230 3, 80 | sacraments; but if they pass ~speedily, like the uncleanness 231 3, 81 | this ~could not come to pass were His relation to place 232 3, 83 | Further, it sometimes comes to pass owing to the cold that the ~ 233 3, 89 | 1: Just as sinful deeds pass as to the act but remain 234 Suppl, 14| Interior works, since they pass ~away altogether, are nowise 235 Suppl, 19| because certain Chapters can pass a sentence of excommunication, 236 Suppl, 20| external judgment no man can pass sentence of excommunication 237 Suppl, 23| excommunication does not pass on to a ~third person.~Aquin.: 238 Suppl, 41| those things that come to pass at the intervention or motion ~ 239 Suppl, 41| inclines although it comes to pass through the intervention 240 Suppl, 56| union of the spirit does not pass to the flesh. But ~marriage 241 Suppl, 56| spiritual kinship having to pass into a bodily relationship.~ 242 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not pass from ~husband to wife. For 243 Suppl, 56| Therefore it does not always pass from husband to ~wife.~Aquin.: 244 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not pass from husband to wife, ~unless 245 Suppl, 56| seem on the same grounds to pass to a woman ~of whom he has 246 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship cannot pass from husband to wife through 247 Suppl, 56| spiritual relationship does not pass to the ~godfather's carnal 248 Suppl, 56| Therefore it does not pass to the godfather's carnal 249 Suppl, 56| to ~son, it will equally pass from brother to brother: 250 Suppl, 56| the relationship does not pass from brother to ~brother, 251 Suppl, 57| 4: An inheritance cannot pass to posterity through one 252 Suppl, 57| very reason it ~ought to pass to those who ought to succeed 253 Suppl, 57| god-parent; wherefore it does not pass to one who is not ~baptized. 254 Suppl, 57| legal relationship does not pass from husband to wife.~Aquin.: 255 Suppl, 57| spiritual relationship does not pass to a grandchild. Neither, 256 Suppl, 57| spiritual relationship does not pass to a non-baptized person 257 Suppl, 57| whatever is in the son's power pass under the power of the ~ 258 Suppl, 58| happens to be so weak as to pass away quickly, and is therefore ~ 259 Suppl, 61| marriage. Now it is lawful to pass from a less strict religious ~ 260 Suppl, 61| it is also allowable to pass ~from a less strict - namely 261 Suppl, 69| on Lk. 16:22, "It came to pass that the beggar died," ~ 262 Suppl, 71| round about, and I cannot pass." Therefore the dead cannot 263 Suppl, 71| Vesperas, Fer. ii, post Dom. Pass.] ~can the suffrages of 264 Suppl, 71| deed done its effect can pass to another, ~which is not 265 Suppl, 72| matter. Therefore they must pass into its ~nature, and consequently 266 Suppl, 75| vinegar be corrupted and pass into the juice of the grape. ~ 267 Suppl, 76| only. Now such ~like forms pass away into complete nonentity, 268 Suppl, 77| form, so that one will not pass into another. Wherefore 269 Suppl, 80| The glorified body will pass through the heavenly spheres ~ 270 Suppl, 80| glorified body ~will be able to pass through the minutest opening 271 Suppl, 81| since it is a body, ~to pass through the interval and 272 Suppl, 81| is possible for it not to pass through the ~interval, and 273 Suppl, 81| follows that Z does not pass form A to B unless first 274 Suppl, 81| impossible for a body to pass from one place to ~another, 275 Suppl, 81| place to ~another, unless it pass through every interval.~ 276 Suppl, 81| nevertheless one glorified body can pass through the same space in 277 Suppl, 84| heart." Now ~man cannot pass a perfect judgment on a 278 Suppl, 85| 2:28, "It shall come to pass in the last days," etc., 279 Suppl, 86| wherefore ~it belongs to him to pass judgment on them. In this 280 Suppl, 88| being ~renewed man will pass from the state of corruption 281 Suppl, 93| Heaven and earth shall pass away, but My words shall 282 Suppl, 93| but My words shall not pass ~away" (Lk. 21:33): whereas 283 Suppl, 93| come to the number 100 we pass from the left to the right ~ 284 Suppl, 94| written (Job 24:19): "Let him pass from the snow waters ~to 285 Suppl, 94| Reply OBJ 3: The damned will pass from the most intense heat 286 Suppl, 94| instruments, so that it cannot pass from one ~body to another, 287 Suppl, 96| blessed will at length ~pass from their happy state to


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